Email Thoughts of Tony Newbill


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Tony Newbill sends volumes of emails to me in which I fail to do him justice because lately I have had a rough time getting to those emails. I usually write little summaries to the links within Newbill’s thoughts however I simply do not have the time. I encourage you to peruse the link content because it is vital to connecting the point that is being made.

 

JRH 7/3/12

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What Happens to USA after Foreign Assembly Part Dependency?

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 5/30/2012 10:51 AM

 

What’s the USA GDP worth if WE are Dependent on assembly parts from a foreign supplier who does not want to take our dollar anymore? See how the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China), the main foreign suppliers of all world’s Assembly Parts supply and develop by years of out sourcing to Western Nations. Industrial manufacturing of the parts production all in the name of lowering production costs, but at the expense now of Our Self Reliance and Independence, is a huge mistake of economic imbalance that will lead to war no doubt.

 

Japan, China Currency Deal Symbolic Step

 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303552104577435530370406026.html 

 

China slowdown threatens US factory revival

 

This is why the USA and Europe need to be manufacturing MORE of the Assembly Parts supplies we need to at Least supply the basic Vital Infrastructure needs of our Nations!!!!! Being too Dependent on Asian Parts supplies is a National Security Threat!!!

 

http://economywatch.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/05/30/11942682-china-slowdown-threatens-us-factory-revival?lite

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Blaming Bush and Financial Thought of the Day

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/1/2012 8:41 AM

 

Watching Squawk Box this morning they had Steny Horner on and he Blamed Bush for the 400 millionth time and I had to ask for the 400 millionth time: How the hell did Bush bring down the whole cotton pickin world economy??? Watch the video and scream at the scream please!!!!  

 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=3000093622&play=1  

 

Trivia for a Private sector Financial thought of the day……..

 

You do know Hank Paulson is a Really Big time Environmentalist (Founded Nature Conservancy Group) and one of the Fund originating Banker to boot, so How many others are Like Him that are Heavily Influenced at the top of the Money Tree in the Private sector??? … Kinda a conflict of interest when it comes to financial policy to drive private sector growth, don’t you think??

 

Eric Canter’s right about the private sector being the Way forward with TRUE Stimulus growth. The problem is the Obama Environmentalists are standing in the way of this kind of Growth because THEY Fear Peak Earth and this Unfettered Growth is Harming the Earth and they THINK they need to Control Consumption rates. So this is why we have a stalled out supply-side growth economy….. Hum … How long before investors realize this and RUN for the EXITS???

 

Here is Canter talking about what is Needed to recover the Free Markets from the Grip of Environmentalism’s strangle hold on Growth, and we better get busy cause the supply-side pile of vital needs is not growing as fast as population is …. Can you say Bolsheviks?

 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=3000093640&play=1

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Let’s put things into perspective……

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/1/2012 12:00 PM

 

“Your First Amendment rights can be terminated,” yells the Chicago police officer, caught on video right before arresting two journalists outside a Chicago hospital.

 

http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/01/11998060-first-amendment-rights-can-be-terminated-when-cops-cameras-dont-mix?lite  

 

Now compare these 2 stories to the above action in US Constitutionality……. Khrushchev said in this Glenn Beck Video, the USA would be transformed to Communism with small slow doses of socialism and wouldn’t even realize it till it was too late….

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU2C4vYwpjI&feature=player_embedded 

 

 

Then we have Obama saying this to Russian Prez Medvedev:

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120558/Obama-open-mic-Microphones-pick-U-S-President-boasting-Medvedev-winning-reelection.html

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The Beginning of the One World Order?

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/2/2012 10:29 AM

 

Hey I pulled this sentence out of the article, Think how Obama is attacking the Coal Industry and what this will do to that???

 

Here’s the quote in the link that slapped me in the face big time as the beginning of a One World Order……

 

“Panetta also issued a strong call for Asian nations to set up a code of conduct, including rules governing maritime rights and navigation in the South China Sea, and then develop a forum where disputes can be settled”.

 

http://start.localnet.com/article.php?category=topstories&article=e3be2653b2144902a22f3ca9cbdb8f20  

 

This sounds like a One World Order in development that sides with the LOST Act Obama is trying to force through the Senate. Did you know about this vote coming up now?

 

http://www.jbs.org/legislation/senate-poised-to-give-the-un-control-of-everything-about-the-oceans-by-ratifying-the-law-of-the-sea-treaty-lost  

 

This is what a vote for LOST in the Senate will do: It will transfer control over Water Resource management over to the United Nations. Then Private Enterprise will be at the Mercy of the Environmentally Influenced United Nations. This will spread fear in the risk taking enterprise economy to the point that market collapse results. Then Obama will have no choice but to implement Executive Order National Defense Resource Preparedness Act: 

 

http://ppjg.me/2012/05/31/reject-the-law-of-the-sea-treaty-lost/   

 

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/16/executive-order-national-defense-resources-preparedness  

 

http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/habitats/riverslakes/index.htm   

 

Hank Paulson, Bush Treasurer, bailout KING of the TARP Bill, founded this environmentalist Organization. Is this conflict of Interest regarding Tier 1 Money allocations towards the financial Private sector or what??? 

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United States Budget Dilemma

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/5/2012 8:45 AM

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW5IdwltaAc&feature=youtu.be

 

 

They are using the dependency of the Western nations on the BRIC Nations parts manufacturing supply as the means to collapse the solvency and sovereignty of the Western nations’ financial and vitality as they pour more paper dollars off the backs of US citizens into the IMF bleeding more paper cash into Europe.  The problem with pouring more cash into the country is the same problem we have here in the USA. We have out sourced our primary wealth creator, Parts manufacturing down to where we are only an assembler of BRIC Parts manufacturing supply. This has capital circulating in the USA and Europe now maybe 2-3 times before it flows out of the USA and Europe over to the BRIC nations and this is why there is no recapitalization or capital formation taking place in the USA and Europe anymore just DEBT formation.
 

We need to Restore a balance to manufacturing not just because of financial displacement of capital but also so we are not Begging BRIC suppliers for Parts supplies like we are now to the point they are willing to defect from the Dollar, yes?

We have to be as tough on the BRIC nations as we are wanting to be with European budget gaps in terms of Currency valuation and revaluations regarding equality of nations GDP % or European divisions are going to drive them away from the USA and over to the BRIC nations alliance. This would be the first time since WW2. This would leave the USA and the Dollar wide open to defections and Isolate the USA from Parts supplies because we don’t have an Industrial base of manufacturing left to take the place of the Loss of imports that this kind of event would create.
 

It can’t be just all about pouring more paper into the IMF because if the BRIC suppliers still defect then what good is all that Paper capital going to do?? The defectors from the EU will transition to the Yuan. They are already talking about this. The leverage is not in the paper anymore because we out sourced to much of what represented the paper – dang it, and now the BRIC have too much of that Leverage!!
 

I use to run cattle out in the deserts of eastern Oregon and we would Put Green Goggles on the Cattle so they would think there was some Grass to chase and eat…. it didn’t work … neither will just putting the Green paper in the pockets of the same unproductive nations … Substance baby. It’s all about substance and who’s controlling the majority of it!!!

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Federal Supremacy Clause and Two Links Regarding Constitutionality

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/5/2012 10:01 AM

 

Do these 2 links below seem to follow the US Constitution regarding Federal Supremacy Clause??

 

1. http://www.patriotsunion.org/FederalSupremacyClause.htm 

 

Obama Admin Cites ‘Int’l Permission,’ Not Congress, As ‘Legal Basis’ For Action In Syria

 

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zNwOeyuG84&feature=player_embedded

 

 

Mueller: I Can’t Say Whether I Now Can Kill Citizens In The United States Under Obama’s Kill Doctrine

 

http://jonathanturley.org/2012/03/08/mueller-i-am-not-sure-whether-i-now-can-kill-citizens-in-the-united-states-under-obamas-kill-doctrine/

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Market rumor: Pimco and JP Morgan halt vacations to prepare for economic crash

 

Sent by Tony Newbill

Sent: 6/5/2012 11:29 AM

 

http://www.examiner.com/article/market-rumor-pimco-and-jp-morgan-halt-vacations-to-prepare-for-economic-crash

Let’s Lose LOST!


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Shame on me! When I get behind in reading my email notifications I let slip some important ones. One such important email is from Let Freedom Ring Executive Director Alex Cortez alerting the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is  being rammed through the current Democrat controlled Senate. LOST is yet another treaty that yields another chunk of American sovereignty to the United Nations.

 

The Cortez email briefly lists the evils of LOST and then points Let Freedom Ring President Colin Hanna’s Op-Ed at FoxNews.com which goes into greater detail why LOST must not become part of the American rule of law.

 

Senator Mike Lee from Utah questioned Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about LOST. Colin Hanna hails Senator Lee and claims Hillary was not as informed as Senator Lee. Here is the Lee-Question and Hillary-Answer from Senator Lee’s Senate website. Do you think Hillary is blowing smoke to obfuscate Senate Lee’s questions?

 

VIDEO: Senator Lee Questions Secretary Clinton on the Law of the Sea Treaty

 

The point of the email and Colin Hanna’s Op-Ed is that the Dems are trying to work LOST under the radar with amazingly some Republican support for it.

 

Below is the Cortez email followed by the Colin Hanna article on FoxNews.com.

 

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Let’s Lose LOST!

 

By Alex Cortez

Sent: 5/29/2012 2:52 PM

Sent by Let Freedom Ring

 

Dear Friend,

 

Have you seen Let Freedom Ring President Colin Hanna’s op-ed featured on FoxNews.com today entitled Congress needs to tell Law of the Sea Treaty to get LOST?

 

The editorial discusses how The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) empowers international bureaucrats to:

 

1) Force American energy companies to give money to an international body that can redistribute it to our enemies

 

2) Force these same companies to share proprietary technology with our economic competitors and military adversaries

 

3) Impose destructive environmental codes on us

 

4) Decide lawsuits brought against us by our enemies

 

Over 10,200 letters from patriots like you have already been sent to Senators asking them to Lose LOST! If you haven’t already taken action, go to www.LetsLoseLOST.com today and let YOUR Senators know where YOU stand!

 

Sincerely,

 

Alex Cortes

Executive Director

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Congress needs to tell Law of the Sea Treaty to get lost

 

By Colin Hanna

May 29, 2012

FoxNews.com

 

The American political system is still coming to grips with the loss of sovereignty resulting from the START treaty, rammed through the last Congressional lame duck session.

 

Flush with enthusiasm at how well that worked out, the Senate leadership is now repeating the pattern.

 

Last Wednesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a one-sided hearing addressing the ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea or, as it is more commonly known, the “Law of the Sea Treaty” (LOST).

 

LOST has been around in various forms for decades. When it was first completed in 1982 President Ronald Reagan refused to sign it, citing provisions that were contrary to U.S. long term strategic and economic interests.

 

After a series of revisions, President Bill Clinton enrolled the U.S. in the treaty in 1994 but the United States Senate has, to date, failed to ratify it as the U.S. Constitution requires.

 

The Senate now taking the first step down the path toward another attempt at ratification. Led by Massachusetts Democrat Sen. John F. Kerry, it featured testimony from Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, all of whom want the Senate to give its stamp of approval to LOST.

 

No one who opposes the treaty was invited to appear.

 

Moreover the ideological single-mindedness on this issue between recently-defeated but still-serving Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar, the ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Sen. Kerry, the chairman, meant the hearing was devoid of balance.

 

Another legislative ram job seemed about to occur, even though even thought the LOST supporters don’t seem to understand the threat that it poses to American sovereignty. That is, until Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) began to challenge Secretary Clinton on some of the fine points of the treaty.

 

Clinton came off as flustered and ill-informed, as it became clear to even the casual observer that the freshman Utah Republican had delved quite deeply into the treaty and its sovereignty implications, while she was captive to her talking points.

 

People are, for example, seemingly unaware that the treaty contains a backdoor tax increase on U.S. businesses that would be used to fund the operations of the international organization charged with overseeing it and could force America into the a Kyoto-style “cap and trade” system that would further damage the nation’s industrial productivity and move U.S. government funds offshore to yet another international body.

 

Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Inhofe – another treaty opponent – pointed out during the hearing that, according to a “conservative” estimate by the U.S. Extended Continental Shelf Task Force, the United States would transfer $70 billion to the International Seabed Authority, the organization charged with overseeing LOST.

 

The politics of the issue are clear.

 

The internationalists, joined by the environmentalists, many in the business community and those who support the redistribution of global wealth are for it.

 

Those who see a militarily and economically strong United States as the best guarantor of political freedom and opportunity are against it.

 

Lee, Inhofe and South Carolina Republican Sen. Jim DeMint are showing real leadership in opposing LOST’s ratification along with a handful of their colleagues who have studied what is in the treaty and gone on record against it.

 

So, too, at least in the only fashion available to it, has the U.S. House of Representatives, which constitutionally has no role in the treaty process but does control the nation’s purse strings. It recently approved an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013 offered by South Carolina Rep. Jeff Duncan and Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan that would ban federal funds from being use to implement the treaty if the Senate chooses to ratify it.

 

The Duncan-Jordan Amendment is a much needed “shot across the bow” against LOST.

Wanting to secure peace is an admirable sentiment, but not at the expense of U.S. naval superiority.

 

Ratification of LOST would produce a forceful change in American policy dating back over two centuries that holds that a strong United States Navy is the best guarantor of freedom of the seas.

 

Under LOST, the responsibility for preserving freedom of the seas would be relegated to a United Nations body whose mission is to resolve conflicts before they become shooting wars.

Let’s just say we’ve been down that road before, and it did not lead to peace.

 

During the period between the First and Second World Wars, the global powers developed a series of treaties intended to prevent war. Beginning with the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I, to a series of naval weapons limitation treaties, the United States, Japan, and the European powers placed their hopes for peace on a set of agreements that were supposed to produce a balance of naval power that would virtually guarantee the signatories would not go to war.

 

As history demonstrates, those efforts were futile.

 

The democratic states abided by them while the dictatorships in Germany, Italy and Japan did not. They cheated in ways that were fully apparent — but the world turned a blind eye to their dishonesty. This left the democracies at a distinct disadvantage and ill-prepared when war eventually came.

 

Peace, as Ronald Reagan famously said, is best secured through strength. Placing our trust in international agreements governed by bureaucratic global bodies whose representatives may not adhere to democratic values is to risk disaster.

 

The Law of the Sea Treaty, as an effort to police the maritime waterways and establish a code of behavior, harkens back to the agreements that gave cover to those whose belligerence eventually led to the Second World War.

 

America must rely upon itself, not international bodies under the United Nations.

Is it not foolish to believe, as Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta suggests, that Senate ratification of the treaty would produce a change in the behavior of the Chinese or the navy of any other ambitious country seeking to enlarge its power?

 

As its supporters point out, the terms of the treaty have been in force for nearly a decade, yet the Chinese, who are signatories, are even now behaving in ways that run counter to its restrictions. Why should the U.S. make itself a full party to a treaty the Chinese ignore when it is in their interest to do so?

 

Sen. Kerry has promised additional hearings will be held at which time LOST’s opponents will be able to make their case. He also suggested that no vote on ratification would come before the November election, which sounds a lot like the health care bill or the newest START treaty all over again.

 

To assume that LOST would secure “freedom of the seas” better than a strong U.S. Navy, as the Obama administration now seems to be saying in its argument in favor of ratification, is a naïve and dangerous proposition, a choice that this former Navy officer thinks the nation should not make.

 

The Senate should reject the treaty if it comes up for a vote on the Senate floor, whether in the regular or a lame duck session.

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Congress needs to tell Law of the Sea Treaty to get lost

 

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