A stunning proposal from the Federation Council (FC), the upper house of the Federal Assembly of Russia, to President Putin that is circulating in the Kremlin today calls for the present government of the United States, under President Barak Obama, to be labeled as a “criminal regime” due to its failure to adhere to the rule of international law, while at the same time it continues to embark upon numerous “paths of conflict” Russian lawmakers warn could ignite a catastrophic global war.
Fueling this extraordinary action by the FC, this proposal emphasizes, is the so called Magnitsky Bill signed into law by Obama on 14 December meant to punish Russian officials that were thought to be responsible for the death of Russian attorney and auditor Sergei Magnitsky by prohibiting their entrance to the United States and use of their banking system.
Even though the Russian foreign ministry labeled this new US law a “performance in the theater of the absurd,” and Putin said about it that, “This is very bad. This, of course, poisons our relationship” with the United States,” this FC proposal notes that the top law enforcement officer in America responsible for enacting it is currently under criminal charges which the Obama regime refuses to prosecute him for.
Oleg Ivanov, a top professor at the Diplomatic Academy, Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, further warned that the Magnitsky Act would send US-Russian relations into dangerous territory, all such warnings, however, being ignored by the Obama regime.
To the FC statement in this proposal that US Attorney General Eric Holder, who is currently holding his position as America’s top lawman, while at the same time he is charged with both criminal civil offenses, is, indeed, true, and as confirmed by the BreitBart TV news service in their 17 January article titled “Holder Begs Court to Stop Document Release on Fast and Furious” which, in part, says:
“As the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform was voting Holder into contempt of Congress for his refusal to cooperate with congressional investigators by failing to turn over tens of thousands of pages of Fast and Furious documents, Obama asserted the executive privilege over them. The full House of Representatives soon after voted on a bipartisan basis to hold Holder in contempt.
There were two parts of the contempt resolution. Holder was, and still is, in both civil and criminal contempt of Congress. The criminal resolution was forwarded to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Ronald Machen–who works for Holder–for prosecution. Despite being technically required by law to bring forth criminal charges against Holder, under orders from Holder’s Department of Justice Machen chose to ignore the resolution.”
Even worse about Holder, this FC proposal says, was his refusal, for the first time in US history, to prosecute criminals for breaking the law out of fears of “collateral consequences” which, in essence, says that the Obama regime will no longer go after their criminal banksters because they are “too big to prosecute”.
This astounding ruling by Holder…………..