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They just let the military do that. And even
though the leaders of the military and the spy community have said they want
no such power, the Senate is poised to pass its bill as early as tonight.
Someone the government says is,
Those hostilities are currently scheduled to end the Wednesday after never.
The move would shut down criminal trials for terror suspects. But far more dramatically, the detention mandate to use indefinite military detention in terrorism cases isn’t limited to foreigners.
It’s confusing, because two different sections of the bill seem to contradict each other, but in the judgment of the University of Texas’ Robert Chesney - a nonpartisan authority on military detention:
An amendment that would limit military detentions to
overseas failed on Thursday afternoon. The Senate soundly defeated a measure
to strip out all the detention provisions on Tuesday.
And because the Senate is using the bill that authorizes funding for the military as its vehicle for this dramatic constitutional claim, it’s pretty likely to pass. It would be one thing if the military was clamoring for the authority to become the nation’s jailer.
But to the contrary:
President Obama has promised to veto the bill. Which is ironic.
After all, Obama approved of the execution without trial of Anwar al-Awlaki, al-Qaida’s YouTube preacher, based entirely on the unproven assertion that Awlaki was dangerous.
Awlaki was an American citizen. So Obama thinks
he has the right to kill Americans the government says are terrorists, but
he doesn’t want the military to lock them up forever without trial. OK then.
The bill would just let the government detain a
citizen in military custody, not force it to do that. Reassured yet?
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) added,
But there’s a reason this measure goes into the defense bill: Voting against the defense bill is usually considered political suicide. That’s why the bill will almost certainly pass tonight.
If Obama backs down from his veto threat, get
ready to see Americans at Guantanamo Bay.
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This is the open and blatant declaration of war against any who do not going along with,
...and other acts of
outright tyranny waged by an out-of-control government.
That U.S. Senators would knowingly and willfully attempt to pass a bill that legalizes the indefinite detainment, torture and killing of American citizens with no due process whatsoever - and on American soil! - is nothing less than a traitorous betrayal of the once-free American people. These are, our founding fathers would have said, acts of war against the People.
They reveal the insidious
plan to put in place a legal framework to end the Bill of Rights, murder
protesters, and overrun America with total police state brutality.
As Sen. Lindsey Graham explained in plain language on the Senate floor:
That means America, for those of you who are still wondering what "homeland" means.
It's a phrase borrowed from Nazi Germany, of course, which is the source of much of this legislation as you might have noticed.
If you question the government, you are suddenly an "enemy combatant" and they will cite this law as the legal justification for putting a bullet in your head, fire-bombing your little protest group, or literally running over you and your buddies with tanks.
(And they won't stop like China did in Tiananmen Square when that one brave citizen stood up against tyranny there in 1989.)
Of course, your rights to Free Speech, due process, owning a firearm and other rights are being obliterated in the process. Only the government has "rights" now, didn't you know?
The slaves of the nation (i.e. the citizens) are being
stripped of all rights, including the right to grow your own food, have a
picnic or even buy fresh dairy products from a farmer.
Once any government "legalizes" the murder of its own citizens, it
is inevitably followed by a mass-murder holocaust-style event.
It is the government agents, after all, who are statistically at the highest risk of engaging in mass murder, and very soon the U.S. Senate looks likely to effectively legalize that mass murder.
It's no longer a conspiracy theory, you see, that the government wants to have the legal right to openly murder U.S. citizens right on the streets of America.
It's written right into the Senate bill. It's public record. So all those out there still clinging to their pathetic denialist "conspiracy theorists" rants can now clamp shut their pie holes and throw themselves off a cliff or something.
It's time to face the reality of the total police
state tyranny that's now written in black and white, plain as day.
And I won't be there for you, either, because I'll
be holed up in Texas, handing out emergency food supplies to the local
churches and performing emergency medicine procedures on those protesters
wounded by U.S. government military attacks - the ones that are still
The very idea that the U.S. Senate is even considering such a
law to "legalize" the detainment and murder of U.S. citizens on U.S. soil by
U.S. troops is, all by itself, a complete and utter crime against the
And I don't mean that metaphorically.
They are trying to make this a military war where
anyone who opposes the U.S. government - even if they have nothing at all
to do with "terrorism" - is now a fair game target for precision bombings,
assassinations and heavy military armor (i.e. tanks rolling down your
You never know what these politicians will do when they think they have the power to murder their own citizens - they're drunk with power, after all, and they love to rule over the masses with a kind of devilish insanity.
So one day you call in to talk radio and express your discontent with the President, let's say, and the next day a U.S. marine scout sniper sets up his .338 sniper rifle a couple hundred yards from your house, waits for you to sit down to watch Anderson Cooper vomit out the evening's news propaganda, and then he pulls the trigger and blows your neck off, causing your head to land smack dab in that bowl of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese you were just trying to shovel down your threat because someone told you it was "food."
This will all be LEGAL under the new Senate bill 1867 because they will claim you were a "terrorist collaborator" who questioned the wisdom of the executive leadership of America.
Once due process is stripped away,
anything can be justified by the government, including the open murder of
its own citizens.
These are practically the exact words recently uttered by Newt Gingrich during a recent debate, in which he said due process and the Bill of Rights should only apply to people who engage in common criminal acts such as stealing or robbing people.
But no such rights
or due process privileges should exist when there is a "war" going on,
Gingrich insisted! And the U.S. Senate is about to declare the entire USA
"homeland" to be a battlefield of a never-ending war, get it?
And if Gingrich becomes President - oh my God
please don't let this happen - then we are looking at the runaway
militarization of everything in America, including a huge ramping up of the
so-called "war on drugs" which we've already exposed as a
failure and a complete hoax.
Here's the list of traitors in the U.S. Senate who have supported this bill:
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