Saturday, December 31, 2011


Political pundit and talk show host Alex Jones
gives us the sad news of Obama's latest betrayal
of the American people who trusted him with their votes.

President Obama, who pledged to veto the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), has instead signed it. Of course his promise was only for public consumption. After all, lying to your enemy is what invading corporate takeover armys do.

It was the Obama administration all along that demanded the indefinite detention provisions be added while at the same time telling the American people he was fighting to protect their rights. This is treason on parade, in your face all out despotism!

Among many other horrible things in the bill, it would allow for the random "suspected terrorist" arrest and indefinite detainment in FEMA "detention centers" of any legal citizen or legal resident alien for any reason, including mere orderly public protesting.

Yes, the Nazi-influenced NDAA (SB 1867) now signed by Obama, makes local military, cops and TSA officially into the US version of the Gestapo. Wow, we'll actually miss 2011!

Just like they weekend-slipped in the Fed bill in 1913, this time they did it on the last weekend of the year, knowing everyone would be off to New Year parties, and not paying attention.

Sure, Obama SAID he won't abuse the FEMA camp-friendly NDAA, but then he also SAID he was going to veto it!

Verbal promises mean nothing - all that matters is what's in the actual document itself, written down on paper in black and white.

So happy New Year, folks - you're screwed!

Update: 1/2/12 - - According to reporter Paul Joseph Watson, President Obama's promise, in the form of a "signing statement" at the time he okayed the NDAA bill this week, saying that he will not use the law to detain Americans without trial is completely hollow - because it was his administration that demanded the power to do so in the first place.

As the bill’s co-author and co-sponsor (with John McCain) Senator Carl Levin said during a speech on the floor last month, it was the Obama administration that demanded the removal of language that would have precluded Americans from being subject to indefinite detention.

“The language which precluded the application of Section 1031 to American citizens was in the bill that we originally approved…and the administration asked us to remove the language which says that U.S. citizens and lawful residents would not be subject to this section,” said Levin, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee.

“It was the administration that asked us to remove the very language which we had in the bill which passed the committee…we removed it at the request of the administration,” said Levin.

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In addition to all of the above, even if a miracle happens and Obama does nothing with the NDAA himself, the door will then still be wide open for any future President to do whatever they want to with it!