Monday, March 5, 2012

Wow, The Banksters Really Fear the People

President Obama has shifted the location of a G-8 summit from his hometown of Chicago to his Camp David retreat.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel — the former White House chief of staff who personally lobbied President Barack Obama to hold the summit in Chicago — was informed only hours before the official announcement, reports AP.

White House national security spokesman Tommy Vietor said that Camp David was a setting that would allow for more intimate discussions among the G-8 leaders.

The White House said the G-8 summit would take place May 18-19.

News of this shift comes only days after Congress passed legislation that makes it illegal to protest at secret service covered events.

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