Friday, December 16, 2011

Stewart Rhodes: Senate Has Declared War on American People 1/3

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Stewart Rhodes: Senate Has Declared War onAmerican People 1/3

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Guest Stewart Rhodes, founder of Oath Keepers, joins Alex todiscuss the implications of indefinite detention and torture for American citizens under the looming National Defense Authorization Act.

Note: This bill has passed the house and is expected to be signed in to law today by Obama.  Gives the U.S. Government the right to kill any us citizen at any time.  Expect this to be used to kill all occupy wall street protesters, and any one else who protests against the government.

Below is an urgent alert from the John Birch societyregarding Senate Bill 1867, the Defense Authorization Act of 2012, which will give clear congressional support and authorization for indefinite military detention and military trial of American citizens. If passed, this will amount to a declaration of war against the American people, authorizing the Obama Administration and all future administrations to treat Americans the same as citizens of occupied Iraq orAfghanistan, subjecting us all to military jurisdiction and the jurisdiction of the international laws of war, rather than ourBill of Rights and our domestic criminal laws, upon the mere say so of Obama or one of his minions.

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