April 18th, 2012

Robin W. Tong: Final Disposition




Final Disposition


By Robin W. Tong * April 15, 2012

Here is a very graphic illustration from modern history. And it is exactly why the NDAA and other draconian legislation present such an eminent danger to our nation today. In the grand scheme of things, whom would notice the deaths and disappearances of several thousand people or more. Deaths and disappearances that were refuted by our government and ignored by our media?

Here is how former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla rose to power. He is currently serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. He and his military advisers had decided on “the disappearance of the bodies to avoid provoking protests inside and outside the country,” according to the book called “Final Disposition,” by Caferino Reato.


Excerpts from that article:

AFP – Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla admitted for the first time in a new book that “7,000 or 8,000 people” disappeared under his regime between 1976 and 1981…

“Let’s say there were 7,000 or 8,000 people who had to die to win the war against subversion,” the book quotes Videla as saying…

Sentenced to life in prison for crimes against humanity, the former dictator, 86, also admitted he decided on “the disappearance of the bodies to avoid provoking protests inside and outside the country,” according to the book by Reato, who is a journalist and political scientist.

“Each disappearance must certainly be understood as a way to hide, to conceal a death,” Videla is quoted as saying in excerpts published on the website of publisher Random House Mondadori.

Videla was the first president of the last Argentine dictatorship, which ran from 1976 to 1983.

He said insurgents compelled him to take action that ended in their disappearances and deaths.

“There was no other alternative,” Videla said. Military leaders “were in agreement that it was the price that must be paid to win the war against subversion and we needed that it not be obvious so society would not realize it. It was necessary to eliminate a large group of people who could not be brought to justice nor shot either,” he said.

“‘Final Disposition’ was the phrase used. They are two very military words and they mean to take something out of service that is useless. When, for example, you’re talking about a piece of clothing that you no longer use or is no good because it’s worn out, it goes to final disposition.”

The former general said that two months before the March 24, 1976 coup, military leaders began drawing up lists of people they thought should be arrested immediately after the overthrow of Isabel Peron, who was president from 1974 to 1976.

-end quoted passages from original article-

Beware of the lessons of history, and be very concerned that our government is killing and renditioning people without due process. It is unconstitutional for the U.S. government or its officers to rendition or murder an American Citizen without charge or public trial, regardless of the accusations. It is nothing less than Treason and an Act of War against the America People.

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9 Responses to “Robin W. Tong: Final Disposition”

  1. 1
    Austrian Economics is Color Blind Says:

    This article affords me the opportunity to say that, while the Marxists in my country may agitate for the destruction of what they mistakenly consider to be the free market, I actually welcome their dialogue;

    It’s only those Marxists who violate the law under the color of authority that I consider a threat to the free market and my liberty.

    Therefore, when the SHTF, I will respect the free speech rights of those Marxists who are not directly violating the rights of others;

    These include all Judges; the unelected staff members of those elected; and the family and friends of those elected. I am content to let my arguments in favor of the free market stand or fall on their merits, with regard to these people.

    But nobody has a right to violate the free speech and private property rights of others.

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    Robin W. Tong Says:

    If the government of the United States abandons the restrictions and separation of powers of the Constitution, and violates the Bill of Rights by the murdering and rendition of citizens without charge or trial, or, as you say, violates the free speech and other rights of citizens, the civil officers responsible for those Acts should be Impeached or Indicted, permanently barred from holding offices of honor, trust, and profit, and be held liable for Trial, Judgment, and Punishment in accordance with the equalities and equal protections of our Supreme Law.

    Our elected governance and its civil officers were not charged with office to rule over us. The were elected to office to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of these United States in fidelity and honor to their Oaths, and the powers charged to their holding office were intended for the administration of governance to establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.

    If the Officers of our governance will not Honor their Oaths, they should be held accountable by the legislature and impeached, or held directly accountable by the People seeking their Indictment, Disqualification, and Conviction in accordance with Law, or failing all else, voting them out of office for their infidelities and dishonor to their Oaths.

    For the Republic!

  3. 3
    Austrian Economics is Color Blind Says:

    To whom will you appeal for the integrity of the voting process?:

    Federalist Paper No. 28

    - Begin excerpt -

    If the representatives of the people betray their constituents, there is then no resource left but in the exertion of that original right of self-defense which is paramount to all positive forms of government, and which against the usurpations of the national rulers, may be exerted with infinitely better prospect of success than against those of the rulers of an individual state.

    - End excerpt -

    And on a related note, the Seventeenth Amendment removed a means to secure the several state governments against encroachments of the national government. With this amendment, it was easier to agitate for collectivist Senators, as opposed to having to rely on the republican form of government:

    Repeal the Seventeenth Amendment

    - Begin excerpt -

    The citizens of the states were to be represented by their state legislatures. As Roger Sherman wrote in a letter to John Adams: “The senators, being . . . dependent on [state legislatures] for reelection, will be vigilant in supporting their rights against infringement by the legislative or executive of the United States.”

    - Skip -

    Fisher Ames thought of U.S. senators as “ambassadors of the states,” whereas Madison, in Federalist #62, wrote that “The appointment of senators by state legislatures gives to state governments such an agency in the formation of the federal government, as must secure the authority of the former.” Moreover, said Madison, the mere “enumeration of [federal] powers” in the Constitution would never be sufficient to restrain the tyrannical proclivities of the central state, and were mere “parchment barriers” to tyranny. Structural arrangements, such as the appointment of senators by state legislatures, were necessary.

    - End excerpt -

  4. 4
    Cal Says:

    Remember, like the crime of murder, there is NO time limit on bills, amendments, laws, executive orders (that would be all of them, since only the legislative branch has the power to legislate), etc being illegal; or as Thomas Jefferson says: … “that a federal “law” that violates the Constitution is no law at all. It is “void and of no effect.”

    All it does is make criminals of those who enforce them unknowingly, and domestic enemies of those who wrote them and enforced them knowingly.

    Robin, those offenses are also prosecutable: Oath breaking and being a domestic enemy of the USA.
    “Domestic enemies pursue legislation, programs against the powers of the US Constitution. They work on destroying and weakening the Rights of the People guaranteed by the Constitution. Plus they create laws, amendments, etc that goes against the restraint on the three branches of our government by the Constitution.

    Ask yourself this: If there were never intended to be action to defend the Constitution from those who are domestically attempting to destroy its power and authority, why would each Oath require it of those who take the Oaths?

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    Cal Says:

    A Supreme Law of this land, our US Constitution requires all bills, laws, amendments, etc to meet its base criteria or surpass it. But it can NOT weaken it or go against it unless “We the People” decide to adopt a different way of government. I do not remember being asked, do you?

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    Chaplain Robert Poynter Says:

    We the people fell asleep when we let our representatives in the house and senate make these decisions for us, That’s why I have preached until I am blue in the face that we must hold our Representatives and Senators accountable for their actions, but no what do we do we sit back and say this is America and it will never happen here. Well folks it has happened and is happening right now. We are in our final battle and we must take a stand. We should have replaced everyone in Washington along time ago and let them no we meant business but Football games and beer were more important than politics. Repeal the 17th amendment and make our Senators accountable to us again at the state level. I went to the GOP convention this weekend and got myself elected as a delegate. what did you do this last weekend? Oh that’s right most everyone else in America was too busy for politics. Well you better get ready now, It’s time to wake up. I have an appointment with a man who liked my nomination speech this last Saturday and said he will finance my campaign if I decide to run for office, again what are the rest of the Americans doing to try and stop the tyranny. Just asking???

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    Chaplain Robert Poynter Says:

    I challenged the Chairman of the Convention for his spot.

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    Chaplain Robert Poynter Says:

    That’s Chaplain Gypsy Robert United States Marine Corp 1980-1986.

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    Billy Moschella, Jr. Says:

    There are ENORMOUS differences between this situation in Argentina and the one that we face today. First of all, these arrests took place during a time of great upheaval, a military coup, an overthrown of the government. One must also remember that the U.S. is NOT Argentina. There are millions of well armed, well organized, and educated patriots in this nation. What army exactly is going to arrest all of these millions of people? And how about the other 350 million or so U.S. civilians? Do you honestly believe that the New World Order oligarchs have the man power to suppress this many people? It’s a numbers game. The only way that this situation can be controlled is through massive depopulation. All of their efforts in this have thus far met with failure (at least here in the U.S. and in Europe). This whole situation is becoming too big for them to control now. Let’s take a deep breath, keep up the good fight, stay frosty, and remember to reflect upon just how ludicrous this whole agenda really is…

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