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The Strange Case of Barrack Hussein Obama Part 2

By Mitch Santell, Producer, The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

15 September 2013:  Last night I was walking the dog and it was a lovely evening. The crickets sounded like they do on most California evenings. The longer I walked the longer my mind drifted to the past. First, I started thinking about the kind of world my grandchildren will live in after I pass on. Second, I thought about my parents and how they were crazy in love with each other for 48 years until my Father passed away in 2004. Third, I started thinking about something called “The Saturday Night Massacre.” Do you remember it? Have you ever heard of it? If you know your history and you are like me, you wish it would happen again. Take a look at this video and then continue to read “The Strange Case of Barrack Hussein Obama Part 2….”. Read the rest here.

The Hagmann and Hagmann Report on Sickness and Corexit in the Gulf

By the Producer of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report.

Tuesday - July 9, 2013 was a special show as Hagmann and Hagmann Interviewed Susanne Posel about what is happening with the Gulf of Mexico and illness.  A “Bateria Eating Fungus” that attacked and killed a elderly man who was splashed with sea water during a fishing trip.
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Jon “Patriot Jon Weber” Discusses The Police State

Our first show for July 2013 with two special guests the first hour. For the first 30 minutes of the show we heard an interview with Jon “Patriot Jon” Weber who has a show at Brave Heart Radio. 

The web site for Jon’s radio show is at:www.braveheartradio.net/ and you can read Jon’s blog at: keystone-iii.blogspot.com/

The second 30 minutes was with “Mike,” a former TSA (Homeland Security Employee) who shed great insight on his impressions of the agency as he was one of the first thousand people hired.

During the second and third hour on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report Doug and Joe covered cutting news stories and also took calls from our audience.

Douglas J. Hagmann openly discussed the fact that the same percentage of Americans who have a job today is the same as it was 3 years ago and yet the U.S. Government keeps saying that unemployment is going down.

Why do 53% of all Americans make less than 30,000 Dollars (USD a year)? Why are 76% of Americans living pay check to pay check? That is you and me folks. Living hand to mouth. The economy is important to all of us.

Central Banks are selling off record amounts of U.S. Debt that means we are about to enter a debt bubble at some point and we will see the collapse of the economy. According to Douglas J. Hagmann’s research mortgage loan applications have fallen by almost 30% in the past 8 weeks alone.

Here is the audio from our July 1st show: https://soundcloud.com/hagmannandhagmann/the-hagmann-and-hagmann-1

Glenn Beck Discusses DHS Insider, “Its About To Get Ugly!”

by The Producer of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

15 June 2013: On Monday of this week, June 10, 2013, Glenn Beck broke this story on his own syndicated radio show, “Its about to get ugly!” We have edited the clip down to only 4 minutes and 6 seconds so all of you can hear what he said on his show.

Read the rest and hear the audio clip HERE.

The Iraq Study Group: A HUMINT-based Assessment

by Sean Osborne, Associate Director, Senior Analyst, Military Affairs

28 November 2006: In the Middle East, in Europe, in Asia and in the Western Hemisphere the perception is emanating from the various political, military and religious leaders that no nation is capable of stopping Iran from becoming a nuclear armed state. Particularly in the Middle East is the expressed fear of a devastating war looming on the horizon, possibly within just a few short months. Wars and rumors of wars. Where do these perceptions originate and upon what are they based?

The Islamic Threat

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

  • 75% of British Muslims sympathize with French rioters
  • 77% of British Muslims, 83% of Muslims in Spain oppose the US war on terror
  • 71% of British Muslims have a favorable opinion of Iran

10 November 2006: No one should be surprised by the information provided yesterday by Eliza Manningham-Buller, the Director-General of MI5, about the terrorist threat facing the UK. The threat of Islamic terrorism predates the attacks of 9/11, and it will continue well into future generations until we lose the lies about Islam that the cancer of political correctness perpetuates. Manningham-Buller provided a tempered glimpse into the massive problem facing Great Britain, noting that the threat posed by Islamic terrorism is “real, here, deadly and enduring.”

The reality is that the threat facing our national security is much greater than anyone has yet dared to say, at least publicly. A 39-page report from July that outlines growing trends of Muslims worldwide provides some insight into the mindset of the “general Muslim population” about a number of topics, from their (lack of) desire to assimilate into western society to their overwhelming support of terrorist organizations like Hamas, and favoring their victory over Israel. As stated by Manningham-Buller , it is evident that more Muslims are moving from passive sympathy towards active terrorism, which has been and continues to be a trend inside the United States.

It is no accident that the UK faces the most serious threat to their country since WWII when one looks at the various results of the July poll. For example, [b]81%[/b] of Muslims in Great Britain consider themselves a Muslim before they consider themselves a citizen of the United Kingdom.  That’s [b][i]81% of Muslims from the general population of Muslims[/i][/b] – not just those who could be labeled as holding extremist views.

Also from the general Muslim population, a clear majority – 3 out of 4 out of 4 Muslims in the UK said that they are sympathetic to the Muslims rioting in France. According to the MI5 director, over 100,000 of UK citizens consider that the July 2005 attacks in London were justified.

imply stated, until people become educated on the Islamic threat and demand honesty from those in charge of protecting our population, we have little chance of prevailing against this insidious threat.

The Pew Global Attitudes Project is a series of worldwide public opinion surveys encompassing a broad array of subjects ranging from people’s assessments of their own lives to their views about the current state of the world and important issues of the day. The Pew Global Attitudes Project is co-chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright, currently principal, the Albright Group LLC, and by former Senator John C. Danforth, currently partner, Bryan Cave LLP. The project is directed by Andrew Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center, a nonpartisan “fact tank” in Washington, DC, that provides information on the issues, attitudes, and trends shaping America and the world.

UPDATED: The North Korean Nuclear Gambit

By Sean Osborne, Associate Director, Senior Analyst, Military Affairs

UPDATED: 20 October 2006: Below is recently posted report from Australia. The details in the report have the potential of critical importance regarding the longstanding relationship and alliance between the communist People’s Republic of China and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea). Based upon this account the alliance is not only fractured but possibly irreparably harmed to the point of possible conflict between the two nations.

LINK:  North’s spy coup upsets Red Army (Chinese People’s Liberation Army), Rowan Callick.

21 October 2006: CHINA’S People’s Liberation Army is pushing the Government to get tough with North Korea after a Chinese spy sold information to Pyongyang that led to the collapse of Beijing’s main intelligence network in the Stalinist state.

A well-informed Hong Kong-based Chinese language publication, Asia Week, reported that the co-ordinator of one of China’s intelligence networks in North Korea, who was based in the Chinese border city of Yanji, sold key information to the North Koreans for about $400,000.

“As a result, the network was dissolved. Since then, China’s intelligence on North Korea has been weak,” the report said. This accounts for Chinese intelligence continuing to downplay as unlikely a North Korean nuclear test, even on the eve of this month’s underground blast.

The October 9 nuclear test, in defiance of Chinese urging, coupled with the bribery and the shooting of a 19-year-old Chinese border guard by North Korean soldiers a year ago, has helped drive the PLA, the most powerful institution in China after the Communist Party, into pushing the Government to get tough with Pyongyang. Asia Week said yesterday that elements within the PLA were seeking the amendment of the alliance between China and North Korea formally agreed in 1961.

On Monday, the PLA held a memorial ceremony for Li Liang, who was killed by fire from five North Korean soldiers when he shot at them after they had crossed the border. Border guard Li, in the army’s Second Regiment, was attempting to prevent the kidnapping of Chinese intelligence officers at Guangping, a small town on the 1300km frontier.

An officer at Yanbian PLA base later said: “We have designated him as a model soldier.” A series of 30 articles about him is being published in the army newspaper.

The officer said the kidnappers eventually escaped without their targets: “North Koreans crossing the border to smuggle, rob or beg are quite common here.”

Li Jiehua, the father of the dead soldier, said that he had been told the North Koreans were intending “to kidnap Chinese intelligence agents responsible for North Korean information, who were based in a villa in Guangping”.

The Information Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, in Hong Kong, said that China had protested to the North Korean ambassador in Beijing and insisted that Pyongyang hand over those responsible for the shooting.

But North Korea failed to respond and, the centre said, “the relationship between the two armies has deteriorated rapidly”.

Incursions and kidnappings by North Korean soldiers have become so common that in the main Chinese border-crossing city of Dandong, people joke: “Don’t say anything against North Korea, or you’ll find yourself there tomorrow.”

Early this year, eight North Korean soldiers attempted to rob the Liangshui coalmine in the Yanbian border area. One was shot dead, three were captured and four escaped. China is building a substantial barbed-wire fence along sections of the border, including a road giving easy access for military vehicles.

Asia Week cited a senior PLA official in Beijing as saying: “North Korea will turn out to be a running dog, and will sell China off at any time, as soon as the US agrees to talk directly with them.’ It would instead place a higher priority on deals with the US, Russia and Japan.

The Beijing-aligned Hong Kong newspaper Wen Wei Po reported that after the nuclear test, all leave was canceled for PLA troops in the Jilin province, which borders North Korea, and anti-chemical warfare training had been stepped up.

After North Korea conducted missile tests in July, the PLA deployed an extra 2000 troops along the border, boosting the force to 7000. Despite the tensions, the official China Daily newspaper reported on Thursday that “life seems to be going on as normal” at Dandong, less than 150km from the nuclear test site.

North Korean H-Bomb?

17 October 2006: Over the course of the past week there have been enough reports and credible rumors circulating just below the surface to make the following assessment and forecast of near-term possibilities or probabilities:

1.) The now offically acknowledged nuclear test conducted by North Korea a week ago yesterday was actually a test of the first-stage of a two stage hydrogen bomb. The sub-kiloton blast is assessed to have been a complete success.

2.) The much-rumored upcoming test is expected or anticipated in US military cirlces to be a test of both stages of a hydrogen warhead.  The consensus is that North Korea plans to test its hydrogen bomb as soon as possible, possibly sometime this week.

One military source has stated the possibility that a combined missile test and h-bomb test might occur, with the warhead detonating in the upper regions of the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean.  The same source also suggests that Red China has been very embarrassed by the first North Korean nuclear test. To mitigate or prevent further embarrassment the Red Chinese are rumored to be covertly seeking the assassination or overthrow of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il.

Additional details will be provided as they are developed.