OCCUPY Protests Globalists Corruption
So it is done. Congress passed repeal of the constitution w/ nary a shiver. You know all that bullshit at the start of the current session about Republicans reading aloud the constitution and the bill of rights? What a crock of shit!
Oh wait... the MSM has finally got a story on it. Hirschkorn no less... the MSM's spin meister on all things spooky and terrible. Hirschkorn... the Democrats' fair-haired boy. I can hear the editorial meeting, "Hey Phil, punch up 250 on this 'indefinite detention angle.' Better go low-key on the legality of it. Let's just use the word 'Controversial'. Yeah... 'Controversial,' that's the ticket.' Get it out tonite, cause tomorrow we're puttin' you on the Regis Philbin piece." ...We 'Dumb American Bastards' deserve it all.
Let's all get together and figure out who we're going to blow up next. Bookies got the odds-on favorite Syria at 3-7. Iran's running a close second at 5-3.
Let's get that defense spending up over a trillion dammit.
Full Metal Jacket (1987) ANIMAL MOTHER - "Well, if they'd send us more guys and maybe bomb the hell out of the North, they might, uh, well, they might just give up. ..."
Please, do me a favor. If you vote, it's just very simple. VOTE THE BASTARDS OUT! ALL OF THEM - NO MERCY. AND THEN THE NEXT ELECTION VOTE THOSE BASTARDS OUT! AND KEEP VOTING THE BASTARDS OUT UNTIL WE GET SOME REPRESENTATION FROM PEOPLE THAT ACTUALLY RESPECT THE CONSTITUTION. THE UNIPARTY HAS GOT TO GO! Oh wait... I forgot about the rigged elections. Ah well, we can dream dammit. Oh wait... I forgot about the chloroform in the water. Can't dream worth a shit when your zonked out on CHCl3. Ah well, there's always the Lottery and Costa Rica. Oh wait...
FEMA Camps Activated!
No Due Process for you America!
National Guard just asked if they "will use lethal force against the American People"
This treason will likely be passed by all of CONgress tomorrow, on the 220th anniversary of the signing of the Bill of Rights so Obama can officially declare permanent Martial Law...
The Conspiracy is proven!
"Rights defenders to protest oppression under Obama administration
As U.S. Rep. Justin Amish leads a group of ten congresspersons battling against the National Defence Authorization Act 2012, protests and funeral march mournings instead of celebrations are slated Thursday, Bill of Rights Day, marking the rights declaration ratified 220 years ago on December 15, 1791. Nationwide, people are readying for Thursday's demonstrations against congresspersons who voted away rights from Americans with the NDAA 2012 and against the 1% who rule the United States with increasingly oppressive military force under the Obama administration as demonstrated in the Occupy Wall Street protests."
'Nationwide NDAA protests on Bill of Rights Day slated',
No surprise! Indefinite Military Detention for All )
Please note- US troops are coming home from Iraq but they have been replaced with Private Security Contractors, at a higher cost to tax-payers. The change is only because Iraq government refused to continue to give immunity to US troops and Obummer needs something to campaign on... just another lie)
'White House Lifts Veto Threat of Defense Bill'
'Oath Keepers Receive Tip of National Guard Unit Stand-Down, Refusing to Answer Questionnaire Asking if They Would Use Lethal Force Against the American People'
'40 Members of Congress Protest ‘Indefinite Detention’ Bill: Legislation set for final vote Thursday',
"US Congresspeople and Senators may think that their power protects them from the treacherous wording of Amendments 1031 and 1032: but their arrogance is leading them to a blindness that is suicidal. The moment they sign this NDAA into law, history shows that they themselves and their staff are the most physically endangered by it. They will immediately become, not the masters of the great might of the United States military, but its subjects and even, if history is any guide — and every single outcome of ramping up police state powers, unfortunately, that I have warned for years that history points to, has come to pass — sadly but inevitably, its very first targets."
How Congress is Signing its own Arrest Warrants in the NDAA Citizen Arrest bill | Naomi Wolf
Final Vote Results. House 283-136 http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2011/roll932.xml
See my earlier post for more on NDAA and why the "compromised amendment" (1456 'existing law') does NOT exclude military detention of US citizens - 'Proof Obama will sign NDAA 1031 Citizen Imprisonment Law'
this is in the above post, along with petitions to impeach the signers of CITIZEN IMPRISONMENT, but this is a good idea. We may have to do this,
Obama’s veto-threat had nothing to do with military detention of US citizens [since HE REQUESTED it]. The veto-threat is removed with no change to citizen detention, so America, how's that for change?
Tyler Durden: It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything.
[while burning the Narrator's hand with lye]
Tyler Durden: Shut up! Our fathers were our models for God (US Government). If our fathers bailed, what does that tell you about God (US Government)?
Narrator: No, no, I... don't...
Tyler Durden: Listen to me! You have to consider the possibility that God (US Government) does not like you. He never wanted you. In all probability, he hates you. This is not the worst thing that can happen.
Narrator: It isn't?
Tyler Durden: We don't fuckin' need him!
Excellent post! See the real threat! Written in response to the Occupy Movement being placed on 'terror' list
'American Citizens include United States Congress on list of terrorists
Violations: A reading on the USA Patriot Act and the Bill of Rights',
The following letter expresses legitimate concerns by lawmakers. Regardless of rhetoric by the globalists, their puppets in DC, their media or their trolls... NO American should find any comfort in the above clip and knowing lawmakers have such serious concerns! As I listen to the Senate this very moment, there is still too much apprehension by lawmakers. They make the laws and they should have no hesitation to insert clear language to exclude US citizens and legal resident from military detention, indefinite or otherwise, yet they do not. They are supposed to follow the Rule of Law, and they do not even when lawmakers, civil rights groups and The American People have expressed their concerns. Who is the threat?
This letter was written by U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, before the House vote because, “As we learn more about the Senate’s detention provisions, we are increasingly concerned with their breadth and their potential to authorize the indefinite detention of American citizens without charge or trial,” Other signers were, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Detroit, Rep. Michael Capuano. D-Mass.; Rep. Morgan Griffith, R-Va.; Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C.; Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio,; Rep. Raúl Labrador, R-Idaho, Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va.; Rep. Bill Posey, R-Fla.; Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. and Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga.
Here is the full text of the letter:
Dear House Conferees:
The Senate’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) gives the President new authority to detain persons he suspects are associated with terrorism. As we learn more about the Senate’s detention provisions, we are increasingly concerned with their breadth and their potential to authorize the indefinite detention of American citizens without charge or trial. When you begin negotiations with your Senate counterparts in the coming weeks, we ask that you insist the detention provisions be stripped from the bill or modified to protect Americans’ constitutional rights.
Section 1031 of the Senate’s NDAA authorizes the President to detain persons who “substantially supported” forces “associated” with al-Qaeda or the Taliban that “are engaged in hostilities” against the U.S. or its “coalition partners.” None of the quoted terms are defined. We do not know what constitutes substantial support, hostilities, or our coalition partners. Critically, the bill does not attempt to define “associated forces,” either. Without knowing what qualifies as an associated force, no one can be sure they are safe from the government’s detention when they support any group.
We also are concerned that the Senate’s NDAA allows one past act of support for a group permanently to subject a person to detention. The Senate’s NDAA states that a person who “substantially supported . . . associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners” may be detained indefinitely. The bill thus allows one act of support for a group that at the time was not hostile to the U.S. to endanger the person’s future liberty.
For example, a person makes a one-time donation to a non-violent humanitarian group. Years later, the group commits hostile acts against an ally of the U.S. Under the Senate’s NDAA, if the President determines the group was “associated” with terrorists, the President is authorized to detain the donor indefinitely, and without charge or trial.
The Senate’s NDAA does not even distinguish between American citizens and non-citizens, or between persons caught domestically and abroad. The President’s power, in his discretion, to detain persons he determines have supported associated forces applies just as strongly to Americans seized on U.S. soil as it does to foreigners captured on a far away battlefield.
Our Constitution does not permit the federal government to detain American citizens indefinitely without charge or trial. We strongly believe in protecting the country’s security and equipping our Armed Forces with the tools they need to defeat our enemies. But we cannot support measures that, in the name of security, violate Americans’ constitutional rights.
House and Senate conferees will have the last chance to amend the bill. We ask that you take this final opportunity to narrow the broad and dangerous scope of the Senate’s NDAA." http://www.mlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2011/12/us_rep_justin_amash_gathering.html
Note to All - I realize this information is hard to accept but a lot of steps have been taken over the past decade but people are just catching on to the globalist agenda; the Police State has been growing but I suppose citizen imprisonment and permanent martial law will do that. The traitors who signed this bill, their globalist-master's media and trolls are feeding the lies about citizen imprisonment in NDAA; they say amendment 1456, [which refers the question to "existing law"] erases all concerns because it excludes US citizens and legal residents from military detention. It does NOT! (see here) This blog has a lot of facts and resources so if you're unclear about the globalist agenda, please peruse the site and/or do your own research. The recent post 'Proof Obama will sign NDAA 1031 Citizen Imprisonment Law' and/or 'popular posts' and the links within are a good start to show you, it is them against us. Do the research! PLEASE avoid the globalist-owned media spin, lies and half-truths because MSM (main-stream-media) is an affective tool for Mind-Steering-Manipulation. The globalist own MSM as a tool to distract and divide the people, whether it is left or right media, it all leads back to the same globalists (excellent example). Propaganda is a powerful tool so the globalist own MSM (the Big Six) and they are only telling you what THEY want you to hear because they want to control you. This site is one of many running the rinse cycle for the globalist propaganda; people MUST ignore the rhetoric and look at the facts, laws, whole-truths and events MSM doesn't deliver. Truthers and movements like Occupy merely strive to expose the lies about the globalists who endanger humanity; we do so peacefully and their response is citizen imprisonment. The truth is ugly but knowledge IS power because they can only accomplish their agenda if they remain in the shadow; illuminate the evil with light of truth. Open your mind and search for TRUTH. It is out there and the propaganda doesn't work if you are aware it is what it is... we all pay the price if you don't! FREE HUMANITY!
America, 86 Senators and 283 Members of the House have spoken. Their message is clear,
p.8 "The district court subsequently held that the President lacks the authority to detain Padilla, id. at 180-81, that Padilla's detention is in violation of the Constitution and laws of the United States, id., and that Padilla therefore must either be criminally charged or released."