Detention without trial for innocent Americans.
Today, Thursday, December 1, 2011, exactly six days shy of the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a majority of oath-breaking U.S. Senators will, barring the successful intervention of patriots, launch a major attack on the Constitution.
The U.S. Senate will vote on, and is expected to pass S.1867, the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012.” Embedded in it, though no longer hidden, is the effective repeal of the Bill of Rights.
It has long been predicted that confronted by invasion or severe shortages or civil unrest, the general public, even Americans, will cry out for order so desperately they will beg for a dictator to save them.
This Bill depends on public fear of terrorism even without the crisis. (Or perhaps we weren’t supposed to find out about it yet.)
What, exactly does the proposed law do?
The following video is a comprehensive answer to that question, well worth the time to watch it. It will make you the expert in your community on the nature of this disastrous legislation that, effectively, declares war on the American public.
Reagan Wing FAQs
Who is subject to this law? Anybody. Innocent American Citizens. . You don’t have to be convicted of anything. You don’t have to be tried. Only accused. You don’t have to be a foreigner or on foreign soil. This is explicitly an act that makes American citizens subject to its jurisdiction.
What, in the law, prevents the Administration from accusing and detaining its political enemies? NOTHING.
When does it apply? Whenever you’re targeted by the U.S. Military following orders, under the Commander in Chief (currently Barack Obama)
What happens if you become subject to this law? You can be placed in military custody, not placed under arrest. If you are seized, you’re read no rights. You may be held, interrogated, and transported as they please for any amount of time. That means you can be taken out of the country. You’re in military custody just as any member of Al Qaeda. You can be taken to Guantanomo Bay or a military base in Egypt or Afghanistan. If you die in custody, no investigation is required.
You can be held in secret. No notice will be given to your family or anyone of your whereabouts. You could simply disappear from the Street like a target of the KGB in Soviet Russia.
What are the criteria for being a terrorist suspect? Whatever the president decides.
You can be subjected to “enhanced interrogation techniques.”
Now, there’s been a lot of controversy over what “enhanced interrogation techniques” actually are. Some people say its torture. Other people say, “No, no, it’s just enhanced interrogation techniques.”
Well, the question then becomes, “How enhanced are they?”
They’re enhanced enough so that the previous administration explained to us that they convinced hardened terrorists, men willing to die for their cause, to cough up the important details of their operations.
But if you are an innocent person they’ve grabbed, what will you cough up?
Probably just blood.
Who does this proposed law apply to? Simply someone the government doesn’t like and makes a “suspect.”
Who actually will be suspected or accused of being a terror suspect and taken into custody? Well, fortunately we know the answer to that question. Numerous documents (created with the help of the hate group The Southern Poverty Law Center) have leaked out of government identifying for us in advance the suspected enemy belligerents.
- Are you a critic of the federal government?
- Do you favor local and state authority?
- Do you listen to, read, or publish, alternative or underground media that offers a radically different view?
- Are you opposed to abortion?
- Do you support animal rights?
- Are you opposed to illegal immigration?
- Have you participated in a “Tea Party?”
- Are you an environmentalist?
- Do you use cyber technology to achieve a political end?
- Do you oppose gun regulation?
- Do you own a gun? Are you a veteran?
- Are you a patriot?
- Do you dislike the IRS, BATF, or the Federal Reserve?
- Do you oppose war? Do you support third parties?
- Do you support the Constitution?
- Do you support Ron Paul? or Chuck Baldwin?
- Do you believe in or oppose the New World Order or the North American Union?
- Have you ever used a Gadsden flag?
… then you’re a suspected terrorist and could end up in custody.
What are the regulations and guidelines for your interrogation? Whatever the president decides.
How long, if you were an innocent person in military custody, can the government hold on to you in detention and submit you to enhanced interrogation techniques? Indefinitely. There is no limit.
During detention, when do you have a right to an attorney?
When do you get to contact your family?
When will they be notified of your status? Or where you are in the world?
When do you have a right to be either indicted or released?
When do you have a right to a fair trial?
When will you get back your rights to freedom of speech, of the press, to keep and bear arms, freedom of religion, of association, of assembly?
Not as long as there’s a War on Terror.
And assuming that you’re innocent, have committed no crime, what is your recourse under the Law?
You have none.
Who would propose legislation like this?
Is it some radical communist congressman from some unknown district? No, it’s the man at the mic in this photo:
That’s right. John McCain, long-time senator from Arizona. Recent presidential candidate, Guru to Washington state Senatorial and Gubernatorial candidates Mike McGavick and Rob McKenna.
Who has voted for it, so far?
Yesterday, the following Senators voted for “cloture” which will bring it up for a vote without further amendment. They should have voted “no.” But they could claim they simply wanted to dispose of the issue with a final vote. Please call and convince them to vote “NO” on final passage.
|Sessions, Jefferson [R]||AL||McCaskill, Claire [D]||MO|
|Shelby, Richard [R]||AL||Baucus, Max [D]||MT|
|Begich, Mark [D]||AK||Tester, Jon [D]||MT|
|Murkowski, Lisa [R]||AK||Johanns, Mike [R]||NE|
|Kyl, Jon [R]||AZ||Nelson, Ben [D]||NE|
|McCain, John [R]||AZ||Heller, Dean [R]||NV|
|Boozman, John [R]||AR||Reid, Harry [D]||NV|
|Pryor, Mark [D]||AR||Ayotte, Kelly [R]||NH|
|Boxer, Barbara [D]||CA||Shaheen, Jeanne [D]||NH|
|Feinstein, Dianne [D]||CA||Lautenberg, Frank [D]||NJ|
|Bennet, Michael [D]||CO||Menendez, Robert [D]||NJ|
|Udall, Mark [D]||CO||Bingaman, Jeff [D]||NM|
|Blumenthal, Richard [D]||CT||Udall, Tom [D]||NM|
|Lieberman, Joseph [I]||CT||Gillibrand, Kirsten [D]||NY|
|Carper, Thomas [D]||DE||Schumer, Charles [D]||NY|
|Coons, Chris [D]||DE||Hagan, Kay [D]||NC|
|Nelson, Bill [D]||FL||Conrad, Kent [D]||ND|
|Chambliss, Saxby [R]||GA||Hoeven, John [R]||ND|
|Isakson, John [R]||GA||Brown, Sherrod [D]||OH|
|Akaka, Daniel [D]||HI||Portman, Robert [R]||OH|
|Inouye, Daniel [D]||HI||Inhofe, James [R]||OK|
|Durbin, Richard [D]||IL||Casey, Robert [D]||PA|
|Kirk, Mark [R]||IL||Toomey, Patrick [R]||PA|
|Coats, Daniel [R]||IN||Reed, John [D]||RI|
|Lugar, Richard [R]||IN||Whitehouse, Sheldon [D]||RI|
|Harkin, Thomas [D]||IA||Graham, Lindsey [R]||SC|
|Moran, Jerry [R]||KS||Johnson, Tim [D]||SD|
|Roberts, Pat [R]||KS||Thune, John [R]||SD|
|McConnell, Mitch [R]||KY||Alexander, Lamar [R]||TN|
|Vitter, David [R]||LA||Corker, Bob [R]||TN|
|Landrieu, Mary [D]||LA||Hutchison, Kay [R]||TX|
|Collins, Susan [R]||ME||Hatch, Orrin [R]||UT|
|Snowe, Olympia [R]||ME||Leahy, Patrick [D]||VT|
|Cardin, Benjamin [D]||MD||Sanders, Bernard [I]||VT|
|Mikulski, Barbara [D]||MD||Warner, Mark [D]||VA|
|Brown, Scott [R]||MA||Webb, Jim [D]||VA|
|Kerry, John [D]||MA||Cantwell, Maria [D]||WA|
|Levin, Carl [D]||MI||Murray, Patty [D]||WA|
|Stabenow, Debbie Ann [D]||MI||Manchin, Joe [D]||WV|
|Franken, Al [D]||MN||Rockefeller, John [D]||WV|
|Klobuchar, Amy [D]||MN||Johnson, Ron [R]||WI|
|Cochran, Thad [R]||MS||Kohl, Herbert [D]||WI|
|Wicker, Roger [R]||MS||Barrasso, John [R]||WY|
|Blunt, Roy [R]||MO||Enzi, Michael [R]||WY|
Now, it’s clear that in proposing this legislation, Mr McCain has proposed, and in voting for cloture, these Senators have advanced something blatantly unconstitutional. Proposing OR advancing clearly and unequivocally unconstitutional legislation, is a violation of the oath of office, to protect and defend the Constitution.
And because this bill violates their oath of office, and attacks the Constitution, the reaction from Americans needs to be clear, unequivocal, and strong.
And here’s the action I’m asking for you to take.