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    Behold, comrades, the changes on the DOJ website!

    Behold, comrades, the changes on the DOJ website!

    By Kay Daly
    September 3, 2010 2:09 AM

    Check out the US Department of Justice website. Ever visited the site before the Obama Administration took over? If so, do you notice something different about it now?

    All of the patriotic red, white and blue U.S. flag decorations, etc., have been stripped from the website and it is now in black and white.

    But removing any semblance of patriotism from the official Justice Department website isn't the only striking change.

    At the top of the page, there is a brand new quotation that reads, "The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people."

    Curiouser and curiouser!

    According to an American Spectator article by The Prowler, "Justice Loses Its Stars and Stripes": ... stic/print

    ...But other Department of Justice employees say the quote originates from British lawyer, C. Wilfred Jenks, who back in the late 1930s and after World War II was a leading figure in the "international law" movement, which sought to impose a global, common law, and advocated for global workers rights. Jenks was a long-time member of the United Nation's International Labor Organization, and author of a number of globalist tracts, including a set of essays published back in 1958, entitled The Common Law of Mankind.

    Most telling: Jenks, as director of the ILO is credited with putting in place the first Soviet senior member of the UN organization, and also with creating an environment that allowed the ILO to give "observer status" to the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and to issue anti-Israeli statements, which precipitated efforts by the U.S. Congress to withdraw U.S. membership from the ILO. The U.S. actually did withdraw in the mid-1970s due to the organization's leftist leanings.

    "It was Jenks's efforts that helped make the ILO a tool of the socialist and communist movement," says one of the DOJ lawyers. "We used to joke about how fitting it was that this was Janet Reno's favorite quote to use in speeches, and now the Obama folks think it encapsulates out department's mission."

    The clues as to the direction the Obama Administration is leading us toward are about as subtle as an elephant with a nosebleed in the snow. Let's work to make sure that after this election cycle, the momentum accelerates so that this Administration's extremist philosophy joins its comrades on the "ash heap of history." ... ebsite.php
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    I'm surprised they haven't posted the hammer and cycle

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