Monday, May 02, 2011

Intact 1-24-2011

On the white walls throughout the SHU stenciled in black letters are the words “Don’t take shortcuts”. This reminds me of Paul’s words in Galatians 2:5. The gospel is a certain message and no other. Men of every generation want to modify it (as though it could be) to their own likings.

When I began this fast it was to strengthen personal weaknesses I perceived in my spirit, early on God made it clear it had testimonial effect for His purposes. I honestly could give in to a thousand cravings to end this fast before the 40 days, but because I have been informed on some of the ways the Lord is using it to do so would be a shortcut and the message of the gospel would not remain intact.

Paul fought off shortcuts to keep the gospel intact for our benefit and we have all been richly blessed there from. I think we are all living epistles and speak of a gospel that must remain in tact.

Dorean is a story not yet completed. There were numerous shortcuts offered to us. Scott and I never took them. Our

codefendants all took them. I suffer for it but I delight that the testimony of the gospel remains intact. The word says we shall be known by our love. And this is how you recognize love for the Beloved, His testimony, and the benefit of those coming behind you, no shortcuts will be taken. Some how Christ stenciled on my heart a little warning to which I have found it wise to pay heed.

How about you?


Joseph said...

It is so obvious that Osama was not killed recently:

In fact he was killed in 2007. Now Obama takes credit. Does Washington have no shame?

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dr. ira gilac said...

dr. ira gilac said...

no sama bin ladlin fo quit some times now....

he was waating fo 2012 to cum...guss it cum early fo him....

Joseph said...

Obama got Osama?

Doubt it.

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Joseph said...

You've got to be kidding? That doesn't even look like Osama. Must be one of those fake photographs that some of the congressmen were talking about.

The reason given why Obama doesn't want to show the photographs to the public is because it will cause an uprising among Alkeida & might harm our service men.

Here's a thought. Keep it a secret then that Bin Ladin is dead and tell no one rather than lying about it to get publicity and ratings. LOL

It's so obvious that this story that Obama got Osama recently is a bunch of crap.

Joseph said...

What did President Bush know before hand about 911 & when did he know it?

His testimony obviously doesn't add up. He's describing an event he could not have seen on TV that day outside the classroom because it wasn't aired yet on TV until the next day.

Joseph said...

Carl F. Worden
May 2, 2011

I was only 14 years of age when John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and as
gullibly trusting of our government as any American was at the time. That
changed a few days later when my parents and I were on our way home from church
and it was announced that Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged lone assassin, had
himself been assassinated under the most unlikely of circumstances. It was
literally at that moment that I realized our government had lied to us -- but I
didn't know why.

Just five years later I would find myself in the unique position of being able
to investigate the Kennedy/Oswald mystery myself, and I came away convinced even
more that our government did lie to us, would lie to us again and would probably
use the same strategy and tactics as worked in the past.

I was right.

Let's look back on another highly suspect case, the bombing of the Federal
Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. The bomb goes off, and with luck that can
only be described as the same magical luck by which Lee Harvey Oswald was
arrested, the prime OKC suspect gets picked out of heavy traffic far away from
the scene, the cop sees a concealed Glock on driver Tim McVeigh, and the rest is
the history we are all being told to believe is real.

A relatively short time before Benazir Bhutto was assassinated, she was
interviewed by the BBC, and in that interview you can watch yourself at

you will see and hear Ms. Bhutto
matter-of-factly state that Osama bin Laden had been murdered -- and she even
named his killer! The BBC interviewer didn't pay so much as a never-mind to her
comments -- as if he himself accepted them at face value.

Joseph said...

Yesterday, May 1, 2011, will always remain in my memory -- not because bin Laden
was finally killed -- but because it was a classic repeat of the M.O. used in
almost every similar case.

Think about it: It is Sunday evening, and the feds know that Sunday evening is
the very best time to plant a story because most Americans are home, preparing
to face another work week, and the largest percentage of Americans watch TV on
Sunday evening. The White House staff announced a major, National Security
statement by President Obama, who delayed his statement by a full hour while
network talking heads scrambled to find anything at all to talk about while
being made to wait. If you want most Americans glued to the TV, tell them a
huge announcement is about to be made regarding national security, then make
them wait for it. In the meantime, those waiting Americans are calling friends
& family to alert them to the pending announcement, and that means you've got
the highest possible distribution of information to the public as is possible.

Here's where I find the story most interesting: When President Obama finally
made his statement about how Seal Team 6 had located bin Laden and had killed
him in a firefight, the president took no questions. In fact, the whole
announcement looked canned, like it was a taped concoction that had been very
carefully prepared and left nothing to chance -- like reporter questions.
Further, all the major news sources reported Americans rejoicing in the streets
of Washington DC over bin Laden's death, but where did they find all those white
folks? If you pay attention, the crowd of celebrants were all white in a city
that is overwhelmingly poor and black. Kinda fast response time, weren't it?
We had just been given the news of bin Laden's death when all those white people
appeared to be rejoicing in the street? On a Sunday night? Can you spell,

Oh, and to be expected, in order to comply with Muslim Tradition, bin Laden's
body had to be buried within 24 hours, so he had to be buried at sea and nobody
can tell us where. So we have a limited number of actual witnesses who are very
easy to control (Seal Team 6), we have no body to verify it is/was bin Laden,
and we have only the government's version to believe because that is all they
are giving us.

And they wonder how conspiracy theories get started?

Carl F. Worden

Joseph said...

X-CIA operatives tell the truth & speak their conscience about the horrible activities they were involved in:

This is tied to who really killed Osama Bin Ladin

Joseph said...

White House Insider: Obama Hesitated – Panetta Issued Order to Kill Osama Bin Laden

Read more:

Joseph said...

White House Insider: Obama Hesitated – Panetta Issued Order to Kill Osama Bin Laden

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"What Valerie Jarrett, and the president, did not know is that Leon Panetta had already initiated a program that reported to him –and only him, involving a covert on the ground attack against the compound."

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Note:This update comes some 24 hours after our longtime Washington D.C. Insider first outlined shocking details of an Obama administration having been “overruled” by senior military and intelligence officials leading up to the successful attack against terrorist Osama Bin Laden. What follows is further clarification of Insider’s insights surrounding that event.


Q: You stated that President Obama was “overruled” by military/intelligence officials regarding the decision to send in military specialists into the Osama Bin Laden compound. Was that accurate?

A: I was told – in these exact terms, “we overruled him.” (Obama) I have since followed up and received further details on exactly what that meant, as well as the specifics of how Leon Panetta worked around the president’s “persistent hesitation to act.” There appears NOT to have been an outright overruling of any specific position by President Obama, simply because there was no specific position from the president to do so. President Obama was, in this case, as in all others, working as an absentee president.

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« Good Riddance to Osama Bin Laden

President Obama Shouldn’t be Trusted: Osama Bin Laden Might Resurrect »

I was correct in stating there had been a push to invade the compound for several weeks if not months, primarily led by Leon Panetta, Hillary Clinton, Robert Gates, David Petraeus, and Jim Clapper. The primary opposition to this plan originated from Valerie Jarrett, and it was her opposition that was enough to create uncertainty within President Obama. Obama would meet with various components of the pro-invasion faction, almost always with Jarrett present, and then often fail to indicate his position. This situation continued for some time, though the division between Jarrett/Obama and the rest intensified more recently, most notably from Hillary Clinton. She was livid over the president’s failure to act, and her office began a campaign of anonymous leaks to the media indicating such. As for Jarrett, her concern rested on two primary fronts. One, that the military action could fail and harm the president’s already weakened standing with both the American public and the world.

Joseph said...

Second, that the attack would be viewed as an act of aggression against Muslims, and further destabilize conditions in the Middle East.

Q: What changed the president’s position and enabled the attack against Osama Bin Laden to proceed?

What Valerie Jarrett, and the president, did not know is that Leon Panetta had already initiated a program that reported to him –and only him, involving a covert on the ground attack against the compound."

A: Nothing changed with the president’s opinion – he continued to avoid having one. Every time military and intelligence officials appeared to make progress in forming a position, Jarrett would intervene and the stalling would begin again. Hillary started the ball really rolling as far as pressuring Obama began, but it was Panetta and Petraeus who ultimately pushed Obama to finally act – sort of. Panetta was receiving significant reports from both his direct CIA sources, as well as Petraeus-originating Intel. Petraeus was threatening to act on his own via a bombing attack. Panetta reported back to the president that a bombing of the compound would result in successful killing of Osama Bin Laden, and little risk to American lives. Initially, as he had done before, the president indicated a willingness to act. But once again, Jarrett intervened, convincing the president that innocent Pakistani lives could be lost in such a bombing attack, and Obama would be left attempting to explain Panetta’s failed policy. Again Obama hesitated – this time openly delaying further meetings to discuss the issue with Panetta. A brief meeting was held at this time with other officials, including Secretary Gates and members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, but Gates, like Panetta, was unable to push the president to act. It was at this time that Gates indicated to certain Pentagon officials that he may resign earlier than originally indicated – he was that frustrated. Both Panetta and Clinton convinced him to stay on and see the operation through.

What happened from there is what was described by me as a “masterful manipulation” by Leon Panetta.

Joseph said...

Panetta indicated to Obama that leaks regarding knowledge of Osama Bin Laden’s location were certain to get out sooner rather than later, and action must be taken by the administration or the public backlash to the president’s inaction would be “…significant to the point of political debilitation.” It was at that time that Obama stated an on-ground campaign would be far more acceptable to him than a bombing raid. This was intended as a stalling tactic, and it had originated from Jarrett. Such a campaign would take both time, and present a far greater risk of failure. The president had been instructed by Jarrett to inform Mr., Panetta that he would have sole discretion to act against the Osama Bin Laden compound. Jarrett believed this would further delay Panetta from acting, as the responsibility for failure would then fall almost entirely on him. What Valerie Jarrett, and the president, did not know is that Leon Panetta had already initiated a program that reported to him –and only him, involving a covert on the ground attack against the compound. Basically, the whole damn operation was already ready to go – including the specific team support Intel necessary to engage the enemy within hours of being given notice. Panetta then made plans to proceed with an on-ground assault. This information reached either Hillary Clinton or Robert Gates first (likely via military contacts directly associated with the impending mission) who then informed the other. Those two then met with Panetta, who informed each of them he had been given the authority by the president to proceed with a mission if the opportunity presented itself. Both Gates and Clinton warned Panetta of the implications of that authority – namely he was possibly being made into a scapegoat. Panetta admitted that possibility, but felt the opportunity to get Bin Laden outweighed that risk. During that meeting, Hillary Clinton was first to pledge her full support for Panetta, indicating she would defend him if necessary. Similar support was then followed by Gates. The following day, and with Panetta’s permission, Clinton met in private with Bill Daley and urged him to get the president’s full and open approval of the Panetta plan. Daley agreed such approval would be of great benefit to the action, and instructed Clinton to delay proceeding until he had secured that approval. Daley contacted Clinton within hours of their meeting indicating Jarrett refused to allow the president to give that approval. Daley then informed Clinton that he too would fully support Panetta in his actions, even if it meant disclosing the president’s indecision to the American public should that action fail to produce a successful conclusion. Clinton took that message back to Panetta and the CIA director initiated the 48 hour engagement order. At this point, the President of the United States was not informed of the engagement order – it did not originate from him, and for several hours after the order had been given and the special ops forces were preparing for action into Pakistan from their position in Afghanistan, Daley successfully kept Obama and Jarrett insulated from that order.

Joseph said...

This insulation ended at some point with an abort order that I believe originated from Valerie Jarrett’s office, and was then followed up by President Obama. This abort order was later explained as a delay due to weather conditions, but the actual conditions at that time would have been acceptable for the mission. A storm system had been in the area earlier, but was no longer an issue. Check the data yourself to confirm. Jarrett, having been caught off guard, was now scrambling to determine who had initiated the plan. She was furious, repeating the acronym “CoC” and saying it was not being followed. This is where Bill Daley intervened directly. The particulars of that intervention are not clear to me beyond knowing he did meet with Jarrett in his office and following that meeting, Valerie Jarrett was not seen in the West Wing for some time, and apparently no longer offered up any resistance to the Osama Bin Laden mission. What did follow from there was one or more brief meetings between Bill Daley, Hillary Clinton, a representative from Robert Gates’ office, a representative from Leon Panetta’s office, and a representative from Jim Clapper’s office. I have to assume that these meetings were in essence, detailing the move to proceed with the operation against the Osama Bin Laden compound. I have been told by more than one source that Leon Panetta was directing the operation with both his own CIA operatives, as well as direct contacts with military – both entities were reporting to Panetta only at this point, and not the President of the United States. There was not going to be another delay as had happened 24 hour earlier. The operation was at this time effectively unknown to President Barack Obama or Valerie Jarrett and it remained that way until AFTER it had already been initiated. President Obama was literally pulled from a golf outing and escorted back to the White House to be informed of the mission. Upon his arrival there was a briefing held which included Bill Daley, John Brennan, and a high ranking member of the military. When Obama emerged from the briefing, he was described as looking “very confused and uncertain.” The president was then placed in the situation room where several of the players in this event had already been watching the operation unfold. Another interesting tidbit regarding this is that the Vice President was already “up to speed” on the operation. A source indicated they believe Hillary Clinton had personally made certain the Vice President was made aware of that day’s events before the president was. The now famous photo released shows the particulars of that of that room and its occupants. What that photo does not communicate directly is that the military personnel present in that room during the operation unfolding, deferred to either Hillary Clinton or Robert Gates. The president’s role was minimal, including their acknowledging of his presence in the room.
At the conclusion of the mission, after it had been repeatedly confirmed a success, President Obama was once again briefed behind closed doors. The only ones who went in that room besides the president were Bill Daley. John Brennan, and a third individual whose identity remains unknown to me. When leaving this briefing, the president came out of it “…much more confident. Much more certain of himself.” He was also carrying papers in his hand that quite possibly was the address to the nation given later that evening on the Bin Laden mission. The president did not have those papers with him prior to that briefing. The president then returned to the war room, where by this time, Leon Panetta had personally arrived and was receiving congratulations from all who were present.

Joseph said...

In my initial communication to you of these events I described what unfolded as a temporary Coup initiated by high ranking intelligence and military officials. I stand by that term. These figures worked around the uncertainty of President Obama and the repeated resistance of Valerie Jarrett. If they had not been willing to do so, I am certain Osama Bin Laden would still be alive today. There will be no punishment to those who acted outside the authority of the president’s office. The president cannot afford to admit such a fact. What will be most interesting from here is to now see what becomes of Valerie Jarrett. One source indicated she is threatening resignation. I find that unlikely given my strong belief she needs the protection afforded her by the Oval Office and its immense powers to delay and eventually terminate investigations back in Chicago, but we shall see.

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