Frank Maguire
Eric the Holder of the keys to the gates of progressive "paradise"
By Frank Maguire
June 4, 2010

"Byrdes of an kynde and color flok and flye always together." William Turner, c. 1545

In the escalating war between the Washington, D.C. Justice Department militia and Arizona, as well as the citizens of America, it has become patently clear that the current administration's Rottweilers (remember The Omen?) of "justice" are battling like dickens to prevail against the Constitution, the Law, and the legal citizenry. Against the United States of America!

It's crucial that we search the messy entrails of the Obama-select Eric Holder, in order to understand the intent of the open-borders cadres.

First, let me offer some currently accessible material that helps define what game is afoot: "Attorney General Holder and his non-transparency," by Jim Kouri; "DOJ and Arizona officials meet over immigration law," by ASSOCIATED PRESS writers Paul Davenport and Pete Yost (Washington; and "Border-law opponents want international fix in Arizona," by Bob Unruh, World Net Daily.

Now, let's move-on to a comprehensive detailing of the history of A.G. Eric Holder, contained in Culture of Corruption, by Michelle Malkin (Regnery Publishing Inc, 2009).

Holder held the position of U. S. Deputy Attorney General in the Clinton administration, where his salary was $200,000. Post Clinton, he graduated to the business and corporate law firm Covington & Burley, where he "represented the fattest targets in Big Pharm and Big Business, defending them in fraud and discrimination cases."

At C & B, Holder's yearly salary took a quantum leap up to $2 million. While still employed by Covington & Burley, Holder, in 2008, had a side-line working as a fund-raiser for the campaign of Barack Obama.

After the Obama coup d'etat, Holder left his lucrative position to enter the poorly-paid role of public servant. As Obama's attorney general, the great-sacrifice-for-the-good-of-the public Holder received the paltry salary of $186,000. In order to save Holder from penury, C & B, the Lefty law firm, provided Holder with a "separation payment valued at between $1 million and $5 million, plus a repayment of up to $1 million from the firm's capital account and a retirement plan of up to $500,000." Ah, the sacrifices one must make in order to serve the commonweal.

I think it is telling to give you some further information about Holder's co-laboring byrdes at Covington & Burley.

Malkin writes that the "law firm employed dozens of radical attorneys such as David Remes and Marc Falkoff," who, while still in the employ of C & B, did pro-bono work for "celebrity terrorist clients, which included 17 Yemenis held at Guantanamo Bay detention facility...(and) secured victories for several other Gitmo enemy combatants...."

It is interesting to know what motivated Falkoff, the conscientious objector to America's war against terrorism. His "confession" is, if we pay heed to it, ultimately good for the awakening of the "souls" of American citizens who are now under the sway of the transnational Progressives.

Falkoff wrote a gushing book of epic poetry, "Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak." He dedicated his fifth-column panegyric thusly: "For my friends inside the wire, Mahmood, Majid, Yasein, Saeed, Abdulsalam, Mohammed, Adnan, Jamal, Othman, Adil, Mohamed, Abdulmalik, Areef, Farouk, Salman, and Makhtar. Inshallah, we will next meet in your homes in Yemen."

," translated into French is "si Dieu veut." In the Falkoff context it means "If Allah wills it."

Let me refer you back to William Turner's "Byrdes of a feather flok and flye always together." Eric Holder in such a "byrde."

Referring to Holder in his book Inside Gitmo: The True Story Behind the Myths of Guantanamo Bay, Lieutenant Colonel Gordon Cucullu wrote, "(Holder) as a senior partner...surely knew that dozens of lawyers from his law firm (Covington & Burley) were among the 500-plus civilian lawyers representing the 244 or so remaining detainees at Gitmo. They're fighting hard to have detainees tried through the U. S. court system — essentially given the same rights as U. S. citizens."

These flocking raptors are the avians now engaged in the war against Arizona, and the increasingly aware citizens of America. Their determined goal is to open our borders to any and every illegal foreign national who seeks access to our nation, and to our cities.

Citizens, for your own safety and for the defense of our nation, keep an eagle eye upon our enemies within.

© Frank Maguire


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(Frank Maguire passed away on May 19, 2021. His obituary can be read here.

Frank Maguire was born in Dorchester, MA, 1938, attended schools in Massachusetts, California, and Arizona, where he completed degrees in music and English writing/Journalism. Frank has been married to Helen Isabel Maguire Estevez of Culver City, California, since 1957. They have six children, 14 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren.


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