As requested by the Obama regime, 7000 suspected U.S. citizens were recently identified by the Kuwaiti government, assumed guilty of crimes unless proven to be innocent.
Under the U.S. citizen locating program called FATCA, 7000 suspected U.S. citizens have been rounded up in a database of names now stored centrally in the Kuwaiti government, as reported by the Arab Times. Those suspected U.S. citizens await an unspecified fate.
These citizens had previously been living undisturbed in the country amongst other nationalities. However, the recent Obama legislation has required the government identification of U.S. citizens in every country of the world.
In Kuwait, it is identified that each American is worth approximately $328,000, although it is not specified as to how that value might be realized by other actors.
The Kuwaiti government now has the addresses, telephones, and asset values of all U.S. citizens that it was able to locate. The files are stored in ways that are not specified and are transferred over the open internet without encryption. It is not specified as to how many lower level I.T. contractors or politically connected managers have access to the information.
Some of the information collecting Kuwaiti organizations are Al Hilal Islamic Fund, Noor GCC ISLAMIC FUND, Al Durra Islamic Fund, and Kuwait Insurance Company. The collected information is delivered to the Kuwaiti government under Operation FATCA.
Global U.S. Citizen Target