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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.

Stopping Agenda 21 Before It Stops Humanity Cold

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 Producer, The Hagmann and Hagmann Report.

 On Tuesday Night, August 6, 2013, Douglas J. Hagmann and his son Joe Hagmann interviewed one of the leading experts in America, Michael Shaw. Mr. Shaw is the President of Freedom Advocates.

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ONE “ESTABLISHMENT” RULES U. S.

Influence Co-Opts President, Congress, Courts

By Wayne Jett, guest contributor

The past 100 years have been phenomenally successful for a small, powerful circle often called “the Establishment.” In 1913, the Establishment got its long sought private bank (called the Federal Reserve) with the exclusive franchise to create and lend legal currency used by the U. S. government and the American people. The same year, 1913, they got a tax on all income earned by productive people, with rates graduated higher for more successful producers. The very next year, 1914, the Establishment commenced a landmark achievement: World War I. 

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The Hagmann and Hagmann Report With Jim Fetzer on The JFK Killing, NSA, & 9/11

Monday, 24, June 2013: Written by The Producer of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

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A very special interview with Jim Fetzer on the JFK Killing, 9/11, and the current issues with the NSA.

Here is a link that you can listen to, down load and share with others:

http://www.hagmannandhagmann.com/1/post/2013/06/the-hagmann-and-hagmann-report-with-jim-fetzer.html

Interview with Yoda ( a deep insider ) on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

Written by the Producer of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

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Last night we had the most amazing guest “Yoda,” who was interviewed for the first time on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report. To read Yoda’s bio and to hear the interview, simply click: here.

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.

From $1 M Bond to $0: Two CMU students freed on own recognizance

9 November 2006: The two Carnegie Mellon students arrested about 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning - about 14 hours before a scheduled football game - for trying to break in to Heinz Field, had their bond reduced from $1 million straight cash bond to a recognizance ticket. The incident followed a well publicized threat concerning terrorist attacks on stadiums, however the FBI dismissed any possible terrorism connections to either student. Authorities now say they believe the two men were trying to sneak into the stadium so to make a homemade music video.

There was no reference to the two positive hits for explosive residue discovered by police dogs during a search of their vehicle.

Terror Threats From Within – Lessons Unlearned

The arrest of Sami Ibrahim Isa Ardel Hadi

by Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

10 May 2005: It has been well publicized that on May 3, 2005, 39-year-old Sami Ibrahim Isa Ardel Hadi was arrested by Bergen County, NJ police during a traffic stop on Route 46 near Ridgefield Park for tailgating. When the officer called-in the North Carolina plates of Hadi’s car, the Bergen County Police report indicates the officer was told HADI was listed on several federal agency terror watch lists, and there was a “stop and hold order” on him – part of a recently implemented, standardized coded system supposedly being used by law enforcement agencies across the U.S. Taken into custody, it was determined after much initial confusion that HADI is indeed on the terror watch lists because (1) his visa had expired, and (2) authorities allegedly could not locate him.

This investigator watched the varied reactions of his arrest by media pundits, civil rights groups and even some members of the law enforcement community with interest. Many appeared to “yawn in unison,” downplaying the significance of the arrest. That collective reactionary trend continued even though it was verified that HADI, despite being in this country illegally, possessed a valid temporary I.D. to work as a painter on the George Washington Bridge – a known target of Islamic terrorists. Investigation verified that HADI is an employee of L & L Painting Company, Inc., on South Oyster Bay Road in Hicksville, New York.

The Real Problem is Misidentified or Overlooked

The fact that HADI was arrested on an immigration violation is not necessarily the real news story here, and the apparent inability of otherwise rational thinking Americans to recognize the real significance of this story is disconcerting but not surprising. As I perused through a number of Internet forums in search of various reactions regarding this incident, I found what I would consider a perfect example of terrorism-related myopia in the posting of a member of the popular Internet forum Free Republic. This poster wrote:

“How ridiculous. Now we are going to call someone a terrorist who overstayed his visa. Get a grip. He should be deported but lets not get carried away with the terrorist stuff.”

Correct only in the sense that a visa violation does not make one a terrorist, this poster – and others who adhere to this line of thinking – are missing the much larger issue that should concern all of us. The salient issue is the non-existence of background checks on an alarming number of individuals working on various parts of our infrastructure, despite warnings that our infrastructure is a terrorist target.

Quoting one PBA union official for Port Authority Police:

“What scares us is that workers on the Port Authority’s bridges and tunnels have no security background checks.”

According to published reports, the failure of administering appropriate background checks for those working at key areas of our infrastructure, including bridges and tunnels that have been named as targets by terrorists has been a contentious issue since the attacks of 9/11. Think about THAT the next time you are crossing the GWB or traveling through the Holland Tunnel, coincidentally, the same landmarks photographed by terrorist Tariq Javid who again coincidentally, was arrested on an immigration violation for allegedly lying on his immigration papers about his terror links.