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Interpol given immunity in the US

Why would we give them immunity in the US? This must be the beginning of the world police. http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2009/pdf/E9-30413.pdf

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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thats easy, the government wants to go after all those Americans who are hiding their money overseas and not paying their taxes

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thats easy, the government wants to go after all those Americans who are hiding their money overseas and not paying their taxes
That's not an acceptable answer IMO. Is this what they are actually claiming this executive order is for? Do you have a link?

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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thats easy, the government wants to go after all those Americans who are hiding their money overseas and not paying their taxes
Sounds like a great coverup to me!
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the 2009 offshore tax amnesty is about to end, (anyone hiding money over seas can come forward, pay a fine and not go to jail). this all goes back to a legal deal with UBS and a few other foreign banks and the US government, these banks will make information about their clients available to international investigators.

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Good thing? I think so?

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thats easy, the government wants to go after all those Americans who are hiding their money overseas and not paying their taxes
Seeing as how they have that authority already, I fail to see why giving Interpol carte blanche to fuck around in the US is a good idea.....
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Seeing as how they have that authority already, I fail to see why giving Interpol carte blanche to fuck around in the US is a good idea.....
the us government can not walk into a bank in a foreign country and demand the bank disclose all their secrets. to even try the us government would first have to negotiate with the government of the country where that bank is located, then in some instances negotiate with the bank, usually ends up in the legal system. the whole processes can take years and cost a lot of money, not to mention the fact that the bank usually informs its clients of what is going on. with interpol they have people in both countries who can quickly access information, obtain warrants, and conduct investigations.

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More control, more control, more control. It'll all come to a head one day, where the cup of liberty will be refreshed. But it'll probly be 50 years from now or something. It's like a vicious cycle. Hard working, self reliant conservatives build a country up to a wonderful status, which is the perfect breeding ground for parasitic socialists and all the variations thereof.
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thats easy, the government wants to go after all those Americans who are hiding their money overseas and not paying their taxes
OK, so they have money over seas, so? What does this have to do with giving a NON us police force immunity here in the states?

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the 2009 offshore tax amnesty is about to end, (anyone hiding money over seas can come forward, pay a fine and not go to jail). this all goes back to a legal deal with UBS and a few other foreign banks and the US government, these banks will make information about their clients available to international investigators.
OK, this part I get, but why do they need immunity here?

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the us government can not walk into a bank in a foreign country and demand the bank disclose all their secrets. to even try the us government would first have to negotiate with the government of the country where that bank is located, then in some instances negotiate with the bank, usually ends up in the legal system. the whole processes can take years and cost a lot of money, not to mention the fact that the bank usually informs its clients of what is going on. with interpol they have people in both countries who can quickly access information, obtain warrants, and conduct investigations.
OK, again I get it. It's a paper work pass, they can do this without total Immunity.

So again, why do they need total immunity here? Unless of course they intend to do shit that our own police will not do. As in something ILLEGAL, constitutionally illegal.



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OK, so they have money over seas, so? What does this have to do with giving a NON us police force immunity here in the states?

So again, why do they need total immunity here? Unless of course they intend to do shit that our own police will not do. As in something ILLEGAL, constitutionally illegal.

Bingo! Here come the REAL jack booted thugs.
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