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Nationwide NDAA protests on Bill of Rights Day slated

• The Examiner

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.  

A growing number of elected officials, former military leaders, couterterrorism experts and American rights defenders coast to coast are expressing outrage over the U.S. Congress voting for the NDAA 2012 in which President Obama required including that Americans can be treated without human rights, as foreigners have been in the 'war on terror,' and that any United States citizen activist stands at risk of designation as a potential terrorist, especially if their interests include foreign policy or enterprises impacting the environment.


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