Sunday, January 29, 2012
Eric Schneiderman, Obama's Trigger Man Won't Go Far Enough
New Rockefeller Drug Laws Hide Limits of Solution
by Winsip Custer CPW News Service
President Obama’s new leader of the government’s bank fraud team, Eric Schneiderman was the chief sponsor of the Rockefeller Drug Law reforms passed and signed into law in 2009. The reforms included a repeal of long, mandatory minimum sentences while allocating funds for alternatives to imprisonment.... rehabilitation, treatment and reentry of prisoners into society. The laws provide incentives to move the country away from a narco-economy, or so it is argued. Schneiderman’s legislative accomplishments also include passing the sweeping ethics reforms and the toughest law in the nation to root out fraud against taxpayers.
Joshua Hickman Urp, of the Center for The Expansion of Treason Laws, believes that Barack Obama and Schneiderman didn’t go far enough. “Undermining the economy through fraud is treason,” said Urp. “We believe that if we collectively elevate theft of over $10,000 as treasonous then we will quickly settle the bigger problems. This would, of course, mean that some of the finest criminal minds in the country will be forever lost against a brain splattered brick wall, but there will be others to replace them, I am sure.”
Urp believes that naming the new drug laws the Rockefeller Laws is itself disingenuous. He explains that before World War II when the USS Panay was struck by Japanese airplanes while it was plowing the upper reaches of the Chinese rivers as it supposedly provide defensive support for Standard Oil Company, “Rockefeller was looking for a lot more than oil,” Urp asserts.
“You will find in Asheville, North Carolina's airport a displayed model of the USS Asheville, a gun ship like the USS Sand Pebbles made famous by the movie of the same name. Those US gunboats were doing in China what the Brits had done for centuries. Within miles of the Asheville airport you will find the families of the Christian Missionaries who went to China as our cultural ambassadors, but who in many ways acted as guardians of the corruption. The boats were delivering drugs from the opium poppies of Pakistan, India, Afghanistan and the Golden Triangle to Chinese drug addicts. You wonder what we are doing in Afghanistan? Stop wondering. We were securing the poppy fields just as we were securing the Golden Triangle’s drugs with the excuse of the Gulf of Tonkin affair during the Vietnam War. It took a communist cultural revolution to throw off the shackles of this abhorrent behavior and we do not favor communism which is as open to corruption as George W. or Jeb Bush in the back of Yale fraternity limo on New Year’s Eve,” said Urp.
When asked what he favors in terms of tighter drug laws, Urp said “The Invisible Hand Law.” Urp explained that this law would legalize ten or less marijuana, coca and poppy plants owned by individuals over eighteen who could keep or sell the product to highly regulated government cooperatives that provide the finished products at cost to medical and pharmaceutical companies. Urp noted that currently there is only one company in the U.S. permitted to import coca plants. “With the Invisible Hand law comes a whistle blower rule that gives a good whistleblower a 50/50 split in reward from the profits of violators... individual growers trying to go commercial or pharmaceutical companies defrauding the public. The whistleblowers won't have to worry about criminal retaliation against their family since the treason rule will take care of that for them. You pull the hidden narco profits out of the US banking system and spread it around and you fix 99% of the narco-economy problems for good,” said Urp.