“Freedom and Liberty at Stake”

24 Mar

Dententioin Camp RealityIt would seem apparent it is that time in our history…whereby as citizens of this nation, one must dig deep into the soul. The considerations, at stake are two vital elements of human existence they being, 1.FREEDOM and the other 2.LIBERITY we all need both. I use the term “we” because human beings are the same except for the diverse way in which we view ourselves and each other. We all desire the freedom to exercise our liberty. I bring this to the fore because each of these sociological human events is being assaulted by the government, established to protect those basic entities. Those empowered to administer the “law” for the populace are failing on many fronts. The term “broken-government” has taken a life, a reality of its own. It is apparent, in spite of the needs of the citizens the leadership of the nation has been overtaken by the corporate, global machinery that has one duty….control of the earth and the inhabitants. Detention Centers not a Myth

History is enumerated with the exploits of human behavior. Ancient conquerors, and contemporary world leaders, those that have the ability to START and STOP world conflict, continue the quest to”control the world”. There is little difference from then and now, except the methodology has become “high tech”. People are

caught in the grip of group persecution, which only facilitates the abolition of a free society and ultimately the slow humiliating death of liberty. This is not a new event…I would like for you to take a look at some legislation that was introduced 4 March 2010.  S.3081 Senator John McCain, publicly denounces big government

his voting record would indicate otherwise. This legislation is perhaps the Senators masterpiece. S.3081 if approved would authorize the government to detain American citizens and others indefinitely without trial, without being Mirandized or being charged with a crime. This would apply to anyone perceived

by the current administration as being hostile. I however would expect no less from a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Section5 of S. 3081 states: “An individual, including a citizen of the United States, determined to be an unprivileged enemy belligerent under section 3(c)(2) in a manner which satisfies Article 5 of the Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War may be detained without criminal charges and without trial for the duration of hostilities

against the United States or its coalition partners in which the individual has engaged, or which the individual has purposely and materially supported, consistent with the law of war and any authorization for the use of military force provided by Congress pertaining to such hostilities.”  

Would it be so very difficult to create a campaign of dishonesty directed at opponents, for the purpose of descent nullification? For example those that believe Lee Harvey Oswald, Sirhan Sirhan, or James Earl Ray, couldn’t have acted alone, perhaps those that accept the notion that there was some complicity on the part of the government in the 9/11 investigations. The point is anyone can be subjected to dis-information and deemed an enemy of the state. The abuse of authority is a reality that many times, goes without saying. The dire

consequences of such legislation being approved have far-reaching implications. Americans in spite of the fear mongering that has permeated the basic mind-set, need to be concerned by any and all issues that may hinder or otherwise diminish freedoms and liberties that millions have paid for with the ultimate sacrifice. 

Might I suggest reading S.3081, do not take my interpretation verbatim. I think I have read and understand what is being said in S.3081 but I also acknowledge that I could be incorrect (I don’t think so), but most importantly I implore to read for your self and then make a determination. 

NDAA 2012  S.3081 Mccain Attack on Liberty

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