NDAA Will Protect America And….
Amongst great resistance and uproar as President Obama signed into law the NDAA act. And yes, the’Enemy Expatriation Act‘ is on the table too! They love us! They really really love us!
In this country, we Americans really used to take our freedoms personally and used to understand that freedom isn’t free. It is just that simple.
It seems that we now expect our freedoms to be, no matter what. And with that we’ve been free to let our government representation run amok, unchecked and doing what they feel in necessary (see fit) to protect America, the country and its people.
The real deal is to ‘Protect and Defend’ in any police or military modus operandi. This means ‘the people’.
On The American Expatriation Act:
Here is a take on the American Expatriation Act by Alex Jones of infowars:
The Enemy Expatriation Act (H.R. 3166; S. 1698)…is similar to the Nazi Factions Nuremberg laws where Adolf Hitler took away Germans citizenship based on race, blood types, and those against the Hitler regime.
On the NDAA:
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) gives the government “the right to indefinitely detain, without charges or trial, anyone it deems to be a terrorists threat.”
But whether American citizens—who are guaranteed due process of law by their Bill of Rights—were included in the authority of the NDAA was not made absolutely clear.
Now the provision to arrest someone ‘suspected of terrorism’ and to have the held indefinitely with out bail or right to due process is very unsettling.
In fact this pretty much allows the government to eliminate our basic freedoms of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Reader, how happy would you be if you friend(s) or yourself is held in a box somewhere for some reason that would not have the power to know nor address though proper legal process?
Believe me, this is an issue. One example of the ‘execution of power’ would be a follow issue that ventures into the immigration fiasco we have presently:
I have first hand accounts from a friend that had associates (American citizens) arrested, and ‘without their papers’ (meaning their United States drivers license) was not on them at the time.
They were deported.
One to Mexico. The other to Columbia. Read our article on the drug war. To understand what risks they may have been dumped into, unsuspectingly.
One didn’t speak Spanish. Why? Wasn’t born in a primarily Spanish speaking country. Meaning this person was born in the United States.
Now in Columbia, one $4,000 plane ticket later.
And it didn’t look like there was much else that could be done, but simply get back home and get on with life. Won’t be so easy with these two ‘Acts’.
What really is happening…
Gradually, over time, our rights our slowly being eroded. Just look at SOPA and PIPA. Once you arrest the ‘dissenters’ you need to silence the ones who can do something about it. It is just that simple. It works in the Mid-East. It worked in Communist Russia. It worked in Libya, Iraq and today, it even work very well in Iran (with American made network spying and eavesdropping equipment).
Now we have two more bills to fight and they just won’t stop. NDAA and The ‘American’ Expatriation Act. Will they every stop…
So now we know:
What the government needs is not leadership and direction but power.
And a lot more of it. How else do you think the 1% can control and properly direct this country, safely?