Obama’s Social Security Number To Be Investigated In Court

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Obama’s birth records has been a mystery for many years.

Dr. Orly Taitz is investigating on Obama’s SS#.

She claims that Obama has been using the Social Security number of Harry Bounel, who was born in 1890. She’s been trying to get his records unsealed through a Freedom of Information Request but has been stonewalled by the Social Security Administration.

Recently Judge Ellen Lipton Hollender has given Taitz another shot at getting the SSA to comply with her requests, saying she’ll have 21 days to file a second amended complaint and add allegations of the SSA not doing proper research.

If you’ve followed this case at all, then you know that this could actually be a pretty big deal.

Below is the press release from Taitz;

Judge Hollander in Maryland gives Attorney Orly Taitz 21 days to file a second amended complaint and add allegations in regards to an improper withholding by the Social Security Administration of records of Harry Bounel, whose Social security number is being illegally used by Barack Obama. When Taitz filed the complaint, SSA did not respond at all. After the law suit was filed, SSA responded by fraudulently claiming that the records were not found.

Taitz responded that this is a fraudulent assertion, since the records were found before and denied to another petitioner due to privacy concerns, however Social Security has no right to claim privacy as according to their own 120 year rule they have a duty to release the records. The judge stated that the plaintiff Taitz might be correct, however at this time she cannot rule in her favor as her original complaint was filed before SSA responded, so the judge gave Taitz an opportunity to refile a second amended complaint and add new allegations, stating the SSA responded but improperly hidden the records . This is a great development.

This all but assures that the judge will order the SSA to release the SS-5, Social Security application of resident of CT, Harrison (Harry) Bounel, whose CT SSN 042-68-4425 was stolen by Obama and used in Obama’s 2009 tax returns, which initially were posted on WhiteHouse.gov without proper redaction, without flattening of the file. Taitz will be very careful not to be Breitbarted or Fuddied in the next 21 days.

Additionally, there is an increased tampering with the web site of Orly Taitz and with her ability to send mass -emails. It seems her private server is somehow affected and Taitz is unable to send mass e-mails on two different programs.

It’s interesting that Taitz points out that she will be “careful not to be Breitbarted or Fuddied,” indicating that she believes that both Andrew Breitbart and Andrew Breitbart and Loretta Fuddy were targeted by Obama for assassination.” Breitbart died on the very day that he said he would begin vetting Obama for the 2012 elections, which raised suspicions.

Fuddy, best remembered as being instrumental in issuing the Hawaii long-form birth certificate, was the only person to die aboard a small plane that crashed off the coast of Hawaii last week. Already, there are questions surrounding the narrative of her death.
Taitz alleged that Mr. Bounel was born in 1890, and therefore, under the “’120 Year Rule’ implemented by the SSA in 2010,” pertaining to “‘extremely aged individuals,’” Bounel’s “Social Security applications have to be released under FOIA without proof of [his] death . . . .”

The reason for the judge’s amendment seems to be a procedural one. Taitz filed suit with the court prior to receiving word back from her Freedom of Information Act request, which she did receive on July 29, 2013 from Dawn S. Wiggins, a Fredom of Information Officer. Wiggins replied to Taitz:

I have enclosed a copy of the SS-5s for Mr. Tsarnaev and Ms. Dunham. . . .
We were unable to find any information for Mr. Bounel based on the information you provided to us. Mr. Bounel may not have applied for a Social Security number (SSN) or may have given different information on the application for a number.

It appears that once the amendment is submitted, this may force the Social Security Administration to explain exactly what is going on with Barack Obama’s Social Security number.
We should know something about the case by the second week in January 2014.
It is within the abo
ve backdrop/prism that the mysterious death of Loretta Fuddy (Hawaii’s ex DOH Director) occurred, VERY SOON after Arpaio’s team announced criminally explosive findings re-eligibility. COINCIDENCE – OR NOT?

One also has to wonder: why precisely wasn’t the above preliminary decision (whatever the court finally decides, to hear the fraud case or not…truth be told, the judge will have her arms twisted…only the form it takes is anyone’s guess) SPLASHED all over the media’s airwaves? Don’t waste time thinking over this conundrum…what a head scratcher!

With these trails firmly in mind, the CRIME/HEIST OF THE CENTURY becomes Obama’s FORGED documents via his red/green accomplices, leading to an IMPERIAL Presidency!

Congress plots to pay for a trade deal by raiding Medicare

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Medicare means many things to many people. To seniors, it’s a program providing good, low-cost healthcare at a stage in life when it’s most needed.

To Congress, it’s beginning to look more like a piggy bank to be raided.

That’s the only conclusion one can draw from a provision slipped into a measure to extend and increase the government’s Trade Adjustment Assistance program, which provides assistance to workers who lose their jobs because of trade deals. The measure, introduced by Rep. David Reichert (R-Wash.), proposes covering some of the $2.7-billion cost of the extension by slicing $700 million out of doctor and hospital reimbursements for Medicare.

I’d characterize this as money stolen from Medicare.
– Max Richtman, CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
The plan on Capitol Hill is to move the Trade Assistance Program expansion in tandem with fast-track approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, possibly as early as this week. We explained earlier the dangers of the fast-track approval of this immense and largely secret trade deal. But the linkage with the assistance program adds a new layer of political connivance: Congressional Democrats demanded the expansion of the Trade Assistance Program, Congressional Republicans apparently found the money in Medicare, and the Obama White House, which should be howling in protest, has remained silent.

Medicare advocates have taken up the slack by raising the alarm. “To take this cut and apply it to something completely unrelated sets a terrible precedent,” Max Richtman, head of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, told me.

It’s proper to place this situation in the context of Washington fiscal politics. The Medicare cut is slated to go into effect in fiscal 2024, which gives it the flavor of a budget gimmick. The chances are good that lawmakers will revisit the cut long before it goes into effect–and the budget landscape a decade from now is certain to look very different from today’s. The $700 million cut is the equivalent of about 14 hundredths of one percent of Medicare’s budget today ($500 billion).

That said, Richtman and other advocates are right to do what they can to keep these crucial social programs walled off from debates over unrelated programs.
The Medicare provision came up so recently that members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus are just now gearing up to oppose it. “It was sort of buried” in the bill, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), the caucus co-chair, told me Monday. The caucus expects to circulate a letter opposing the arrangement as soon as later this week. Ellison, an opponent of granting fast-track authority on the TPP, says the Medicare cut amounts to piling the costs of trade liberalization onto its victims.

“There will be fabulous wealth generated by the Trans-Pacific Partnership,” he says. “The people who are hurt shouldn’t have to pay for it with their jobs and then have inadequate Medicare when they get older.”

Ellison labeled the extension of the assistance program a “consolation prize” for those injured by trade deals. But there are grounds to question how much good the Trade Adjustment Assistance actually does.
Some of its benefits are direct. The program extends unemployment benefits for workers laid off because of competition from international trade and subsidizes their healthcare insurance. It funds job retraining programs and subsidizes job searches. Older workers can get limited “wage insurance” covering a portion of any wage reductions they suffer in moving to new jobs.

But in a 2008 study, Kara M. Reynolds of American University and her associate John S. Palatucci found that workers receiving trade assistance did scarcely better than other laid-off workers at finding new employment — and that they earned on average 30% less at their new jobs, compared with the roughly 10% pay cut faced by unassisted workers.

One reason, they posited, is that the workers in the trade program were in worse-hit industries and were trying to replace relatively high wages. But taking advantage of job training also kept them out of the workforce longer, which may have made them less desirable to employers.
The Medicare cut is designed as an extension to the 2011 sequester, an economically damaging bit of fiscal hugger-mugger Congress devised as a route out of an impasse over the federal debt limit. Medicare was relatively but not entirely unscathed by the sequester: much of the program was exempted from cuts, though provider reimbursements were pared by 2% each year through 2023. Last year, the Medicare sequester was extended into 2024 to cover a reversal of cost-of-living cuts to veterans’ pension benefits — another case of raiding Medicare for an unrelated program. The new proposal cuts Medicare provider benefits by another quarter of a percentage point from October 2024 through March 2025.

This is different from the $700-billion cost reduction in Medicare enacted via the Affordable Care Act. That includes efforts to make the program more efficient by improving the incentives governing how doctors and hospitals deliver care to their patients, along with reductions in payments to Medicare Advantage plans. Richtman points out that much of this amounts to a reallocation within Medicare — “it’s piled back into the program by paying for improvements in preventive care, closing the ‘doughnut’ hole in Medicare Part D (the prescription drug benefit)” and other measures. In the broadest sense, the cost reductions in Medicare are netted against other healthcare costs within the Affordable Care Act.

By contrast, the new proposal would take $700 million out of Medicare, period. Nothing in the TAA will help Medicare function better or augment its services to members. Slicing into physician and hospital reimbursements may have the opposite effect, by reducing members’ access to care. “I’d characterize this as money stolen from Medicare,” Richtman says. Budget experts observe that the Trade Adjustment Assistance program does include subsidies for displaced workers’ health coverage, but there’s very little overlap between Medicare enrollees and the working population served by the TAA.
The greater danger is that Congress gets addicted to looking to Medicare for spare cash. Richtman and other social insurance advocates have grown accustomed to keeping their eyes on efforts in Medicare legislation to tamper with the program’s benefits and finances; now they have to watch out for raids from all directions.

Confirmed by IRS: Amnestied Illegals Can Claim Up To $35K in Tax Refunds Without Ever Having Filed Returns

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If I rob a bank, do I get to deduct the cost of my gun as a business expense? 

That’s essentially what Democrats and establishment Republicans have ensured as illegal immigrants granted executive amnesty can claim back tax credits for work performed illegally, even if they never filed a tax return during those years.

This was confirmed recently in a letter by IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in response to a query sent by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The new information clarifies an earlier assertion in which Koskinen stated that in order to claim the tax credits the amnestied illegal immigrant would have had to have filed returns in the past. In his written response to Grassley, he says:

“To clarify my earlier comments on EITC, not only can an individual amend a prior year return to claim EITC, but an individual who did not file a prior year return may file a return and claim EITC (subject to refund limitations under section 6511 of the Internal Revenue Code). I would note that filing new returns for prior years would likely be difficult, since filers would have to reconstruct earnings and other records for years when they were not able to work on the books,” Koskinen said in his written response.

According to the IRS, illegal immigrants granted amnesty, and with it Social Security numbers, can claim up to three years prior in back tax credits.

“Section 32 of the Internal Revenue Code requires an SSN on the return, but a taxpayer claiming the EITC is not required to have an SSN before the close of the year for which the EITC is claimed. At your request, the IRS has reviewed the relevant statutes and legislative history, and we believe that the 2000 Chief Counsel Advice (CCA) on this issue is correct,” Koskinen added.

As we reported earlier, illegal immigrants granted amnesty could up to $35,000 in tax refunds, courtesy of American taxpayers.

How is it that lawful, tax-paying citizens are beholden to pay millions of dollars in tax refunds for people who arrived to this country illegally, and who never filed tax returns?  Makes one wonder who our government thinks are the real criminals.

Finnish politician suggests sterilizing African immigrants ‘to avoid total collapse’ in Helsinki *(ABOUT TIME SOMEBODY SAID SOMETHING)*

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A City of Helsinki deputy councilor has come under fire after he publicly stated in a Facebook post that African men who come to Finland as refugees should not be allowed to have more than three children, and should be sterilized instead.

According to Olli Sademies, 67, the problem with African immigrants is that they have too many children. So forced sterilization is the way to tackle it, he suggested.

“Migrants put to the test our social security,” Sademies wrote. “Africa’s social security is based on a large number of children, which enables some children to live longer and take care of their parents.”

In order “to avoid total collapse” of a similar system in Finland, African refugees should be restricted, Sademies said. “Three children maximum. It would require the forced sterilization of African men, which will effectively discourage them from trundling into our country,” he wrapped up.

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The Finns Party that Sademies is a member of has rushed to distance itself from the controversial statement.

Party Secretary Riikka Sjunga-Poutsalo said on Twitter that Sademies’s comments are only his own views, not those of the party.

Seppo Kanerva, who leads the group of Finns Party councilors on the Helsinki council, slammed Sademies’ remarks.

“What he’s written is completely mad,” Kanerva told Yle’s Swedish language news service, according to Yle in English. “It’s fascism. Hitler thought in the same way. I don’t understand why he wrote that.”

The politician told Helsingin Sanomat daily he stands behind his words.

“This is a way to tackle the problem, and I wait for better suggestions. Tell us what would be better!” he told the HS.

In 2012, a Finns Party parliamentary assistant Helena Eronen raised eyebrows when she suggested on her blog on the Uusi Suomi website to make it compulsory for immigrants to wear armbands.

“If every foreigner was obliged to wear a mark on their sleeve stating their country of origin, then the police could see at a glance that ‘aha, there’s a Muslim from Somalia’, or ‘aha, that’s a beggar from Romania,'” Eronen wrote, as cited by the Helsinki Times.

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Phew – what a racist! Media watchdog slammed after exonerating Katie Hopkins’ migrant slurs

Earlier this month, over 300,000 people signed an online petition calling for the Sun to sack columnist Katie Hopkins, who described African migrants as “cockroaches.” The article, published just five days after 400 people died when a migrant boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea last month, provoked public outrage.

“NO, I don’t care. Show me pictures of coffins, show me bodies floating in water, play violins and show me skinny people looking sad,” she wrote. “Make no mistake, these migrants are like cockroaches. They might look a bit ‘Bob Geldof’s Ethiopia circa 1984,’ but they are built to survive a nuclear bomb. They are survivors.”

The UN’s human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, commented that UK tabloids like the Murdoch-owned Sun that published Hopkins’ comments, bring back the dark days of the Nazi media.

“The Nazi media described people their masters wanted to eliminate as rats and cockroaches,” the UN high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said in April.

​IRS says records of more than 100,000 taxpayers hacked

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Hackers have exploited an online service of the Internal Revenue Service to gain access to the information of more than 100,000 American taxpayers, the IRS admits.

The IRS said on Tuesday that its “Get Transcript” service had been breached thousands of times between February and mid-May this year during a span that includes the height of the tax season.

According to the Associated Press, the hackers were able to get tax returns and other tax information hosted on the site.

“In all, about 200,000 attempts were made from questionable email domains, with more than 100,000 of those attempts successfully clearing authentication hurdles,” the agency said. “During this filing season, taxpayers successfully and safely downloaded a total of approximately 23 million transcripts.”

That trove, according to AP, may include Social Security numbers, birthdays and other sensitive information.

Details about what exactly was taken and how it was accessed are still developing, however, while the IRS says it is notifying affected taxpayers.

News of the hack comes amid increased calls from Congress and the White House for the government to pass cyber bills, including efforts from the Obama administration to implement rules that would require online services to better protect user data.

“This extraordinary interconnection” made possible by the internet “creates enormous opportunities,” President Obama said during a speech at the Federal Trade Commission in January, “but also creates enormously vulnerabilities for us as a nation and for our economy and for individuals.”

Last year, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said that a 19-year-old hacker had exploited the highly publicized “Heartbleed” bug in order to steal nearly 1,000 records belonging to taxpayers that he pilfered from the Canadian Revenue Agency. In the US, meanwhile, federal investigators have been probing how cybercriminals have been able to generate profit by filing fraudulent returns through TurboTax, a program that enables Americans to easily pay their taxes to the IRS.

The Pentagon Admits They Are Preparing For a Mass Civil Breakdown in America

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This is an old story that has recently resurfaced — and it does make you think. On the one hand, the Pentagon does need to be prepared for any contingency, including a breakdown of order in the country. On the other hand, it makes you wonder if the Pentagon knows something we don’t.

A new US Department of Defense (DoD) research program admits that the Pentagon has long been concerned about widespread social break down. Even more striking of an admission is the fact that they have been funding universities to create models of the dynamics, risks and tipping points that would all be part of large-scale civil unrest in the United States.

The DoD program was funded under the overarching authority of a number of US military agencies.

….This program, costing millions of dollars, has been designed for the purposes of immediate and long-term “warfighter-relevant insights” development. The Pentagon explains that the purpose is for senior officials and decision makers in “the defense policy community” to form a contingency plan in the event of wide scale social unrest.

The recently revealed documents add that the purpose is further to inform policy implemented by “combatant commands.”

This all started back in 2008 when the global banking crisis formed the impetus for the DoD “Minerva Research Initiative“.

The DoD then decided to partner with universities in order “to improve DoD’s basic understanding of the social, cultural, behavioral, and political forces that shape regions of the world of strategic importance to the US.”

One of the products of this was a Cornell University-led study which was managed by the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research. It aimed to develop a model “of the dynamics of social movement mobilization and contagions.”

…This project is being managed by the US Army Research Office, and focuses on “large-scale movements involving more than 1,000 participants in enduring activity.” It will cover 58 countries in total.

The DoD’s Minerva Initiative funded a project last year as well, in order to determine “Who Does Not Become a Terrorist, and Why?”

It’s interesting that this started after the global banking crisis because the most likely source of a mass civil breakdown in America would be a debt-driven financial crisis. Let’s say America can’t pay the interest on its debt. Then afterwards, we couldn’t borrow any more money, which would mean that welfare, social security and Medicare checks could slow down, stop or be inflated into irrelevance.  Local law enforcement could be dramatically underfunded and the Left’s “The world owes you a living” mentality could come back to bite us in the behind. It’s not a pretty picture and if things started getting really far out of hand, yes, we might need the Pentagon to quell the violence.