2012 NDAA’s Unlawful Search, Seizure, Detainment, or Death Enjoined by Judge, then what?

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That means she don’ like it.  ;-` 

Read the venue of your choice. 

With a link like this, in a Yahoo News search, for “NDAA” over the past week, the entries will update. 

So, let’s keep looking for the “what’s next.”

 

 

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  1. Brandon Newbright says:

    The view that most Americans hold regarding NDAA is pretty scary. A lot of them have never even heard of it before. I asked one person what he thought of NDAA and he said “I don’t know, I don’t keep up with conspiracy theory stuff.” A law that allows US citizens to be detained by the military and shipped to Guantanamo Bay, and it’s a “conspiracy theory?” Now they want to conduct “military operations in cyberspace!” I can see it now: thousands of independent blogs being shut down by the military for alleged terrorist sympathies. I guess the transition to a dictatorship will be quite easy if people have attitudes like that. If you don’t believe that martial law could happen here, just take a look at http://www.martiallawusa.com/wp/?p=26. All the proof is there.

  2. Bloodless Coup says:

    A leaked Classified Army Document proves that US Internment Camps (aka Fema Camps) are a stark reality.

    http://info.publicintelligence.net/USArmy-InternmentResettlement.pdf

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