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Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« on: August 21, 2007, 10:10:38 PM »

Watch the video and share your thoughts.

http://alternet.org/blogs/video/60085/
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2007, 12:44:28 AM »

Of course it is. It has already occurred in New Orleans. A coordinated terrorist attact on our nation could be just the excuse. Frightening to think that religion should be involved, what is it about the "opiate for the masses" Will the little lambs turn over their weapons. will they ever be returned?
How much more unrest and loss of homes will people take? will they revolt? Would our own Government put us down? Interesting questions to ponder.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2007, 01:07:45 AM »

Great post TPoKE.
It is food for thought.


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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2007, 07:18:07 AM »

Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US?

Yes I think it is possible and has been proven in New Orleans!
Our American Military are swore in to defend from foreign & domestic enemies.
Our Police are to defend the public for safety.
I also know that local, state and federal governments broke the law down there. Inturn are being sued by the NRA along with many other 2nd amendments rights groups!

Will this country stand for it as a whole...Dont know?? No I dont believe so!!!
I hate to think of the blood shed that could pervail!!!

For myself...If something like what broke out in LA, Californa had happen here.
I can tell you which house in the communitry you do want to be at to survive!!!
Because when it comes to family I will fight to the death and will in act my 2nd Amendment Rights to assemble a Free Militia!!

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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2007, 03:07:08 PM »

This is yet another step closer:

“Specially trained security personnel” will be watching passengers for “micro-expressions” that will reveal treacherous agendas and insidious intentions at airports around the country. These agents, who may literally hold your fate in their hands have been given a lofty, Orwellian name: "Behavior Detection Officers."

"Here’s where it gets really absurd. Apparently, these Behavior Detection Officers work in pairs. One scenario is that an officer might move in to “help” a passenger retrieve their belongings after they’ve been screened. And then the officer will ask where the passenger is headed. If the passenger’s reaction sets off alarm bells in the officer’s well-trained mind, another officer will move in and detain them. "

The rest here:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20298840/site/newsweek/page/0/
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #5 on: August 22, 2007, 03:14:28 PM »

martial law was declared on the skateparks
no warnings 85 dollar tickets for even parking your bike inside it
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2007, 03:19:18 PM »

martial law was declared on the skateparks
no warnings 85 dollar tickets for even parking your bike inside it

The kid kind of has a point.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #7 on: August 22, 2007, 03:26:31 PM »

We're only one executive order away.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2007, 06:48:38 AM »

Watch the video and share your thoughts.

http://alternet.org/blogs/video/60085/



   Henry Kissinger once stated, while being interviewed on his thoughts as to wether or not the American people would ever vote to give up their rights and America's soveriegnty in favor of the
peace and security offerred by joining an organization similar to the European Union that, ..."if the Americans will not willingly give up their rights and soverienty a situation will be brought upon them through which they will implore their government to suspend their rights to restore order..."

      On October 17, 2006 Bush did away with the Posse Comitatus and Habeas Corpus acts through his signing of Public Law 109-364.  How many Americans realize what these are, oops..."WERE"? Much less protested or otherwise took a stand in opposition to Bush signing this law? Next to NONE. Those who did were accused of sympathy toward terrorists...because our President stated that PUBLIC LAW
109-364 was a vital tool in the war on terror.

       Immediately following 9/11 the office of , now cabinate post, Homeland Security was established.
Since then Americans have most of their constitutional rights, through the passage of laws designed to
"combat" domestic terrorists/terrorism. Yet hardly anyone bothers to notice, or if they do they simply say, ..."well, we'll fix that in the next election". But what they don't understand is that once these laws are passed they are in effect.  They cannot be repealed, except by majority vote, which can take years, if it happens at all.  So...in the meantime, Americans loose more rights.

      It's not a question of IF martial law will be declared, but rather WHEN.  What if the stock market takes a serious dive, and doesn't recover? What if there are more terrorist attacks? What about natural acts such as Katrina or the recent flooding? Or, what if the nations such as China who have loaned America trillions to boost up the national debt suddenly get tired of U.S. mortgage problems and housing problems affecting THEIR economies and decide to to economic and /or trade action against America?  Would the resulting economic devestation bring about martial law?
     
      The experts and those in the "know" will continue to claim that it won't happen, that it is preposterous.  Terrorist striking  within the borders of the United States was also PREPOSTEROUS.....
...Until the morning of 9/11/01. The housing market decline was also preposterous...until about six monthes ago.   And so was the notion that the BIG THREE auto makers would loose their market base...But it happened.   So much for preposterousness.... 
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #9 on: August 26, 2007, 07:12:06 AM »

Watch the video and share your thoughts.

http://alternet.org/blogs/video/60085/




>>>>>>Want some really interesting reading...go here...http://www.hansenlawoffice.com/nasco/
  Read through what YOUR government is NOT telling you. Pay close attention to the documents
marked...NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE...
 
>>>>This lawyer is a TRUE PATRIOT, He cared enough about America, our Constitution, and his fellow Americans to file a FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT request on the NASCO organization, to reveal to America just what is going on with all the new highway construction around the Nation, the so called TRADE CORRIDORS.
               The work beong done on I - 75 just north of Monroe is part of TT-69.  Don't want to believe it?  READ IT FOR YOURSELVES.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2007, 04:29:48 PM »

Watch the video and share your thoughts.

http://alternet.org/blogs/video/60085/




>>>>>>Want some really interesting reading...go here...http://www.hansenlawoffice.com/nasco/
  Read through what YOUR government is NOT telling you. Pay close attention to the documents
marked...NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE...
 
>>>>This lawyer is a TRUE PATRIOT, He cared enough about America, our Constitution, and his fellow Americans to file a FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT request on the NASCO organization, to reveal to America just what is going on with all the new highway construction around the Nation, the so called TRADE CORRIDORS.
               The work beong done on I - 75 just north of Monroe is part of TT-69.  Don't want to believe it?  READ IT FOR YOURSELVES.

Here's NASCO's web site:
http://www.nascocorridor.com/

It states:

"NASCO’s purpose is to boost economic development activity by supporting:
    *  Multi-modal (rail, truck, ships, air cargo) infrastructure improvements
    * Technology and security innovations on existing infrastructure to improve security and efficiency
    * Enhanced visibility, security, and accountability of supply chains critical to every day life
    * Environmental projects to preserve quality of life and allow for future growth
    * Strengthened security in cross-border trade flows"

As always, the best way to "boost economic development", is for government to stay out of the way of productive individuals. The idea of NASCO "improv[ing] security and efficiency" is laughable. Look how efficient airport security lines are these days with the "improved" "security" in place.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2007, 11:17:54 PM »

We're only one executive order away.


The order is already written, it just needs to be implemented. Clinton had E.O. 12919, total control of every aspect of life, a dictatorship.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #12 on: August 27, 2007, 10:50:11 AM »

Mr. Liddy refered to the TSA people at the airport as "Thousands Standing Around".

Just what is it they are for again? To profile 80 year old grandmas with hair gel that are about to blow up an airliner?

Yeah that's it.
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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #13 on: August 28, 2007, 01:10:55 PM »

We're only one executive order away.


The order is already written, it just needs to be implemented. Clinton had E.O. 12919, total control of every aspect of life, a dictatorship.

So did Nixon.

Edit: Actually, so did Lincoln. He suspended Habeus Corpus.

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Re: Do You Think Martial Law Is Possible In The US??
« Reply #14 on: August 28, 2007, 03:04:54 PM »

Could you expand on Nixon and Lincoln?
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