- Following is the most detailed explanation to date of
what we can expect at the Trial of the Millennium - The
C.I.A. COLUMBIA OBAMA Sedition and Treason TRIAL - scheduled
to take place in New York City on May 14-19, 2010.
- IMPORTANT: You should archive and print out this report
for future reference, and for discussions with your family and friends
and neighbors as events unfold. Flyers for handing out everywhere can
- Here are some key excerpts from the report:
- MRS. RONDEAU: Do you have any other key witnesses
- PASTOR DR. JAMES MANNING: I have some very interesting
witnesses that I have subpoenaed it will be explosive. If they don't
show up, we're going to have them testify based on previous statements
they have made, I have subpoenaed George Stephanopoulos, Zbigniew Brzezinski,
and Condolezza Rice; Michael Sovern, the past President of Columbia University
; Rod Blagojevich; More recently, I have subpoenaed Louis Farrakhan and JesseJackson mainly
because they were in Chicago in an eminent way during the years that Obama
was an alleged community organizer.
- MRS. RONDEAU: Is there a penalty if anyone does
not honor your subpoena?
- DR. MANNING: The Tenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
gives us the absolute, mandated right to call for a trial with a jury of
we the people sanctioned by the Constitution if we discover that the
courts or government officials are not executing their duties and allowing
the people due process. Thusly, the Constitution empowers our court.
- MRS. RONDEAU: How many people do you expect to be
there, not counting media?
- DR. MANNING: I suspect we're going to see thousands
upon thousands I estimated at one point 30,000.
- MRS. RONDEAU: Was Columbia paid off?
- DR. MANNING: They were certainly compensated for
their efforts; Then we're going to move to demonstrating the CIA involvement,
the Afghanistan involvement, the Patrice Lamumba School in Moscow,
and what Obama's and the CIA's roles were during those years.
- MRS. RONDEAU: What will you be doing between now
and the trial?
- DR. MANNING: begin to reach out to the Harlem community.
We have 2000-3000 people, at the very least, expected to march through
the streets of Harlem, all coming from a conservative, Anglo-Saxon background.
Therefore, we want to make sure that we have done our homework in the
community, first of all, by informing the community that the people will
be coming and for the businesses, the restaurants, the shops, souvenir
places, to be prepared to receive this extra flow of business.
- MRS. RONDEAU: After the trial, will there be a way
to get the information to every single American, particularly if they don't
have internet access?
- DR. MANNING: the media know that this is going
on, because the New York City Police Department is making statements
such as, "We can't handle seven days of people marching around; we
don't have the resources to do that; we can't shut down the streets for
seven days." So the media has been informed. I guarantee you:
one of the mainstream media-types is going to break this story, because
they recognize that if they don't break it, someone's going to break it
before themtrust me, by the time the gavel falls, they'll be all over
- MRS. RONDEAU: So you do think that the mainstream
media, television, perhaps, will report this?
- DR. MANNING: I'm confident of it; they'll have to.
You can't have white people marching through Harlem and the media not
report it. I don't care how much they love Obama.
- MRS. RONDEAU: Do you think that will be an outcome
of the trial? (Arrests and prosecutions)
- DR. MANNING: If it's not, then the failure to arrest
will be a bigger issue. There is no way that this matter will not become
a national and international event. We have international people coming
to the trial who will be reporting about it in their nations.
- MRS. RONDEAU: Is there anything else you would like
to say about the trial and everything that has led up to it?
- DR. MANNING: The excuse passed around in board
rooms and situation rooms and think tanks has been that if we expose him,
it would tear the nation apart; black people in particular would rise up.
that's a misnomer; it's a red herring. First of all, it is a very condescending,
patronizing and disrespectful view of black people that their only recourse
is to riot. It's disrespectful.
- ... So to think that to hold a shotgun to the head
of the American people to say, "Let this man continue in office, albeit
illegally; it is the better of the two evils" is a farce.
It is absolutely the worst possible thing for America and for black people,
in particular. Let justice be done and let America rise up and accept
justice, and America will heal itself. So I think that people
using the argument that exposing Obama destroys America is absolutely criminal
and the worst kind of condescension toward black people.
- Neil B. Turner
- Citizens for the Constitution
- "With the privilege and honor of
knowing of, swearing to, and living under our Constitution,
- comes the responsibility and duty of
defending, maintaining and adhering to it."