The Internet has been literally burning
up over the National Defense Authorization Act. Another monstrous bill
with language that has produced headlines like: "Obama is going to
ship Americans to Gitmo!!!" And, "Americans will be detained
indefinitely in secret without due process!!!!" There is this dire
"The real danger lies in the government's definition
of what a suspected terrorist is.
"According to Sen Rand Paul (R-KY): "We're
talking about American citizens who can be taken from the United States
and sent to a camp at Guantanamo Bay and held indefinitely. There are laws
on the books right now that characterize who might be a terrorist: someone
missing fingers on their hands is a suspect, according to the Department
of Justice. Someone who has guns, someone who has ammunition that is weatherproofed,
someone who has more than seven days of food in their house can be considered
a potential terrorist. If you are suspected because of these activities,
do you want the government to have the ability to send you to Guantanamo
Bay for indefinite detention?"
"Paul says this is why he and twelve other senators
voted against the bill, because they saw the dangerous implications of
this provision which was designed to give the military certain powers during
the current conflict with al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations."
Not that the gangster administration under the usurper
(Obama/Soetoro/Dunham) wouldn't like to try something like that, but please
remember Obama/Soetoro does not occupy the White House as he was never
eligible to run for president; no one had the "right" to vote
for him. Anyone charged under any bill he has signed into law has the full
right to go after Obama. As a usurper, Barry has never had a shred of authority
to sign any legislation into law.
As for the Department of Justice, the Outlaws in the
Congress have the clear authority to impeach Holder today and immediately
pass legislation to stop any attempt to round up Americans. With enough
votes they can override a veto by the fraud in the White House. They also
have the power to pass legislation immediately which nullifies any definitions
of a "suspected terrorist" put forth by the corrupt DOJ. Does
anyone get constitutional militia yet?
Moving on. The two objectionable sections are: 1031 and
1032 in the Senate bill. Like so many others, I read those sections. There
is a great deal of references to the Law of War. These united States of
America are not at war with anyone. The last legal war was declared constitutionally
by the U.S. Congress on Dec. 11, 1941. Since then, other names have been
used to justify ignoring the U.S. Constituion: the Korean Conflict, Viet
Nam Era. The illegal, grotesque invasions of Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and
other "hot spots" are referred to as "overseas contingency
operations". Tragically, the American people have sat on their backsides
cheering on the slaughter and carnage.
Here is one article about the Senate bill:
"According to Firedoglake.com, sections 1031 and
1032 of the NDAA will:
1) Explicitly authorize the federal government to indefinitely
imprison without charge or trial American citizens and others picked up
inside and outside the United States;
(2) Mandate military detention of some civilians who
would otherwise be outside of military control, including civilians picked
up within the United States itself; and
(3) Transfer to the Department of Defense core prosecutorial,
investigative, law enforcement, penal, and custodial authority and responsibility
now held by the Department of Justice.
A provision of S. 1867, or the National Defense Authorization
Act bill, written by Senators John McCain and Carl Levin, declares American
soil a battlefield and allows the President and all future Chief Executives
to order the military to arrest and detain American citizens, innocent
or not, without charge or trial. In other words, if this bill passes and
the President signs it, OWS protesters or any American could end up arrested
and indefinitely locked up by the military without the guaranteed right
to due process or a speedy trial."