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High Treason and Espionage

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These pages have discussed the legal definition of ‘treason‘ as consisting of the waging of war against the states and the provision of aid and comfort to the enemy.  It was clear in 2008 that Obama intended to ‘wage war on the states’; two years later, he is suing Arizona, tar balling gulf coast states, and dragging the National Guard of the states out of the country and into a kill zone with ineffective rules of engagement.  The list is long.

In the context of having an undocumented  foreigner occupying the White House, and taking a broader look at Obama’s international travels and the events that have followed, a higher level of betrayal is underway.  In three excellent youtubes, Attorney Steven Pidgeon makes the case for probable High Treason against Barack Obama….defined as:

High treason is criminal disloyalty to one’s government. Participating in a war against one’s native country, attempting to overthrow its government, spying on its military, its diplomats, or its secret services for a hostile and foreign power, or attempting to kill its head of state are perhaps the best known examples of high treason.

Obama has effectively ‘killed the head of state’ of the United States by usurping the office; how is he now using those usurped powers to destabilize governments around the world?

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