Sunday, December 4, 2011

The National Defense Authorization Act



This is it. The National Defense Authorization Act is being called the most traitorous act ever witnessed in the Senate, and the language of the bill is cleverly designed to make you think it doesn’t apply to Americans, but toward the end of the bill it essentially says it can apply to Americans ”if we want it to.”

We thought this could never happen in North America. We were wrong. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights binds the government. The Senate's violation of those sacred documents is indeed illegal. It creates a Guantánamo for US citizens. Obama is legally bound to veto it when he made a plead to honour, uphold and protect the US Constitution.

NDAA the End of Our Republic.

‘Occupy’ Protesters Listed As Domestic Terrorists.

7 comments:

  1. Enjoy your writings even though I disagree politically on most, if not all of them.

    Just curious, who would be your choice for President in 2012?

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  2. I personally would lean toward Ron Paul although I don’t agree with the legalization of all drugs. I think the Democrats and the Republicans are so steeped in corruption on Wall Street that something needs to change. The two party system is problematic yet in Canada the multi party system has given one party a majority government with less than 50% of the vote and less than a 50% approval rating.

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  3. please see this!!!! U.S. Army has listed jobs for detainment centers on their Web site. this link I called the CBC- and CTV and Asked why the media Black Out? this is start of something very Evil.

    khttp://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/legal-and-law-enforcement/internment-resettlement-specialist.html

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  4. Thanks for the link. That job posting doesn’t specifically say if the prisons are in the US or not but one would assume that this new act would certainly create a demand for more military prisons. No doubt one of the questions will be the same as when the military was given a survey and asked if they would shoot US citizens. There was a plan for a huge number of military prisons in the US part of the extended version of Iran Contra but the claim sounded so outrageous no one really believed it enough to run the story. I’ll have to see what I can dig up on it.

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  5. Mr K thanks for posting my link, I remember the Iran Contra- Secret Camps - if you Google or YouTube- REX-84 you can find pretty good video clips-

    Please review this pdf the Army’s Civilian Inmate Labor Program 2005

    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/armyregulation_210-35.pdf


    Fides et Veritas

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  6. Interesting your a Ron Paul lean. He is definitely my favorite (by far). Got the impression from your Occupy posts you were a quasi-socialist, since you ripped on the one Province columnist, when I thought he was spot on. I like his policy on drugs....not everyone does from the standpoint that drugs are 'bad', but you cannot justify the money spent on the losing battle of drugs. Soft drugs should be legalized. What if that money went towards subsidizing healthcare. Its a losing battle, Ron Paul gets it.

    Less is more when it comes to government.

    On your note about the Harper majority...I am tired of hearing people complain about them having a majority with less than 50%. The rules of the game were laid out before election. If you want to blame anybody, you should be pointing your finger at the political suicide of the Liberal Party of Canada. To say its unjust or unfair having a majority is ridiculous.

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  7. I don’t think it’s unfair or unjust that Harper has a majority with less than 50% of the vote. I just think it’s one of the realities and perhaps down sides of the multi party system. One party can steam roll ahead and do whatever they want with less than 50% of the vote. It goes both ways. One reader pointed out it was the same when the Liberals had a majority.

    I do support most traditional conservative values. Less government is good when it comes to spying on us and setting up military checkpoints that violate the Charter of Rights. Yet I like public health care. I like it when publically controlled services like Power, Police and Prisons are publically accountable. I think privatizing something just to hide from public accountability is wrong.

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