Obama Signs Executive Order Declaring International Law for the United States....Still your savior?

Teri- Oregon 2012/05/03 06:01:44
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On May 1, 2012, our Glorious Leader, Premier Barack Obama AKA Barry
Soetoro AKA Barry the Rat, signed yet another Executive Order –
Promoting International Regulatory Cooperation. This dictate is
designed to standardize regulations between the United States and it’s so called trading partners.

What is a regulation? A law. So what is actually being attempted
here is a standardization of international law. It is an absolute
violation of the Constitution for the United States to legislate our law
outside of our borders.

Considering the many international security agreements the traitors
occupying our highest seats of power have entered into, this latest
executive order can absolutely be used to institute gun confiscation laws/regulations, without any consent by our Congress or our Judicial. And once these foreign laws
are brought to the United States under the various security agreements,
foreign troops will be brought in to enforce the foreign laws upon the people of the United States.

So look at what we have now.

  • The Patriot Act which allows unlimited spying on the American people by the government.
  • The National Defense Authorization Act with Sections 1021 and 1022
    for the military arrests and indefinite detention of American nationals
    without any due process of the law.
  • HR 347 Trespass Law for the implementation of Sections 1021 and 1022
    of the National Defense Authorization Act upon any citizen who dares to
    speak out against the insurgency.
  • Executive Order National Defense Resources Preparedness Act, which
    allows the dictator to confiscate every resource of the United States,
    including we the people as conscripts to be put in servitude to the

This is exactly what the Bolsheviks did to the Russian people in
1917. Now we have this new executive order for the implementation of laws
not legislated by our Congress. If we were to allow ourselves to be
disarmed by these international soviet socialists, the next step would
be to eliminate everyone who refuses to acquiesce to collective slavery.

This latest executive order is nothing more than another act of
blatant treason and we the American people must reject it absolutely.

Here is the Executive Order. Read and interpret it for yourself.


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By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to promote international regulatory cooperation, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy.
Executive Order 13563 of January 18, 2011 (Improving Regulation and
Regulatory Review), states that our regulatory system must protect
public health, welfare, safety, and our environment while promoting
economic growth, innovation, competitiveness, and job creation. In an
increasingly global economy, international regulatory cooperation,
consistent with domestic law and prerogatives and U.S. trade policy, can be an important means of promoting the goals of Executive Order 13563.

The regulatory approaches taken by foreign governments may differ
from those taken by U.S. regulatory agencies to address similar issues.
In some cases, the differences between the regulatory approaches of U.S.
agencies and those of their foreign counterparts might not be necessary
and might impair the ability of American businesses to export and
compete internationally. In meeting shared challenges involving health,
safety, labor, security, environmental, and other issues, international
regulatory cooperation can identify approaches that are at least as
protective as those that are or would be adopted in the absence of such
cooperation. International regulatory cooperation can also reduce,
eliminate, or prevent unnecessary differences in regulatory

Sec. 2. Coordination of International Regulatory Cooperation.
(a) The Regulatory Working Group (Working Group) established by
Executive Order 12866 of September 30, 1993 (Regulatory Planning and
Review), which was reaffirmed by Executive Order 13563, shall, as

(i) serve as a forum to discuss, coordinate, and develop a common
understanding among agencies of U.S. Government positions and priorities
with respect to:

(A) international regulatory cooperation activities that are reasonably anticipated to lead to significant regulatory actions;

(B) efforts across the Federal Government to support significant,
cross-cutting international regulatory cooperation activities, such as
the work of regulatory cooperation councils; and

(C) the promotion of good regulatory practices internationally, as well as the promotion of U.S. regulatory approaches, as appropriate; and

(ii) examine, among other things:

(A) appropriate strategies for engaging in the development of
regulatory approaches through international regulatory cooperation,
particularly in emerging technology areas, when consistent with section 1 of this order;

(B) best practices for international regulatory cooperation with
respect to regulatory development, and, where appropriate, information
exchange and other regulatory tools; and

(C) factors that agencies should take into account when determining
whether and how to consider other regulatory approaches under section
3(d) of this order.

(b) As Chair of the Working Group, the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) of the Office
of Management and Budget (OMB) shall convene the Working Group as
necessary to discuss international regulatory cooperation issues as
described above, and the Working Group shall include a representative
from the Office of the United States Trade Representative and, as appropriate, representatives from other agencies and offices.

(c) The activities of the Working Group, consistent with law, shall
not duplicate the efforts of existing interagency bodies and
coordination mechanisms. The Working Group shall consult with existing
interagency bodies when appropriate.

(d) To inform its discussions, and pursuant to section 4 of Executive Order 12866, the Working Group may commission analytical reports
and studies by OIRA, the Administrative Conference of the United
States, or any other relevant agency, and the Administrator of OIRA may
solicit input, from time to time, from representatives of business,
nongovernmental organizations, and the public.

(e) The Working Group shall develop and issue guidelines on the
applicability and implementation of sections 2 through 4 of this order.

(f) For purposes of this order, the Working Group shall operate by consensus.

Sec. 3. Responsibilities of Federal Agencies.
To the extent permitted by law, and consistent with the principles and
requirements of Executive Order 13563 and Executive Order 12866, each
agency shall:

(a) if required to submit a Regulatory Plan pursuant to Executive
Order 12866, include in that plan a summary of its international
regulatory cooperation activities that are reasonably anticipated to
lead to significant regulations, with an explanation of how these activities advance the purposes of Executive Order 13563 and this order;

(b) ensure that significant regulations that the agency identifies as
having significant international impacts are designated as such in the
Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, on
RegInfo.gov, and on Regulations.gov;

(c) in selecting which regulations to include in its retrospective review plan, as required by Executive Order 13563, consider:

(i) reforms to existing significant regulations that address unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements between the United States and its major trading
partners, consistent with section 1 of this order, when stakeholders
provide adequate information to the agency establishing that the
differences are unnecessary; and

(ii) such reforms in other circumstances as the agency deems appropriate; and

(d) for significant regulations that the agency identifies as having
significant international impacts, consider, to the extent feasible,
appropriate, and consistent with law, any regulatory approaches by a
foreign government that the United States has agreed to consider under a
regulatory cooperation council work plan.

Sec. 4. Definitions. For purposes of this order:

(a) “Agency” means any authority of the United States that is an
“agency” under 44 U.S.C. 3502(1), other than those considered to be
independent regulatory agencies, as defined in 44 U.S.C. 3502(5).

(b) “International impact” is a direct effect that a proposed or
final regulation is expected to have on international trade and
investment, or that otherwise may be of significant interest to the
trading partners of the United States.

(c) “International regulatory cooperation” refers to a bilateral,
regional, or multilateral process, other than processes that are covered
by section 6(a)(ii), (iii), and (v) of this order, in which national
governments engage in various forms of collaboration and communication
with respect to regulations, in particular a process that is reasonably
anticipated to lead to the development of significant regulations.

(d) “Regulation” shall have the same meaning as “regulation” or “rule” in section 3(d) of Executive Order 12866.

(e) “Significant regulation” is a proposed or final regulation that constitutes a significant regulatory action.

(f) “Significant regulatory action” shall have the same meaning as in section 3(f) of Executive Order 12866.

Sec. 5. Independent Agencies. Independent regulatory agencies are encouraged to comply with the provisions of this order.

Sec. 6. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to a department or agency, or the head thereof;

(ii) the coordination and development of international trade policy
and negotiations pursuant to section 411 of the Trade Agreements Act of
1979 (19 U.S.C. 2451) and section 141 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19
U.S.C. 2171);

(iii) international trade activities undertaken pursuant to section 3
of the Act of February 14, 1903 (15 U.S.C. 1512), subtitle C of the
Export Enhancement Act of 1988, as amended (15 U.S.C. 4721 et seq.), and
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1979 (19 U.S.C. 2171 note);

(iv) the authorization process for the negotiation and conclusion of
international agreements pursuant to 1 U.S.C. 112b(c) and its
implementing regulations (22 C.F.R. 181.4) and implementing procedures
(11 FAM 720);

(v) activities in connection with subchapter II of chapter 53 of
title 31 of the United States Code, title 26 of the United States Code,
or Public Law 111-203 and other laws relating to financial regulation;

(vi) the functions of the Director of OMB relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or
benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by
any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or
entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.


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  • HAlex1972 2012/05/06 05:30:26
    no way, Ron paul is our only hope!
    Does this guy have any idea what he's really doing?
  • ConLibFraud 2012/05/03 14:26:00
    no way, Ron paul is our only hope!
    America! Why are you letting the DC penitentiary control you?
  • Philo-Publius 2012/05/03 11:59:29
    no way, Ron paul is our only hope!
    I'm for Ron Paul, but after carefully reading the order I am just failing to find in it anything more nefarious than the continuation of a non-binding trade policy advisory board which had already been in existence since 1993. Far from imposing international law, it looks more like a guard against it; like a small watchdog to make sure that American business gets a fair shake.

    I do agree with Paul though, and he's pointed this out many times, that too many of these executive orders are outside the president's constitutional authority. This does not appear to my eyes to be one of them.

    (I can be swayed though, if someone can demonstrate how this is otherwise.)
  • Oaces_boss_yo® 2012/05/03 06:05:07

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