Thursday, March 29, 2012

Obama's NDAA to Hold U.S. Citizens & Panetta The Mafia Boss

No wonder my parents were depressed in December of 2011.

They were already depressed by November 1, 2011, because my Uncle Howard was killed after I filed for injunction with federal court in Spokane and then realized, and blogged, about habeus corpus.

In December of 2011, President Obama signed a law that allows for indefinite detention of American citizens for any reason.

So basically, before it was possible to torture the U.S. children of U.S. parents the U.S. decided to torture for "interrogation" reasons, or to get something, and now, it's not just torture, but supposedly, a citizen so-tortured is not allowed to flee. It went from torture to allowing hostage-taking of United States citizens, either in this country, or outside of this country.

I am sure they might think it's a way to circumvent habeus corpus of children and parents stolen and kidnapped by the U.S. to work for them and be tortured as well. It's supposed to be about actual prison or detention but I am sure they left it vague to allow for "house arrest" and imprisonment of persons through restriction of travel.

So how does that work with the consitutional right to freedom of movement, right to trial, right to be charged and fundamental rights to property. If the U.S. allowed for torture of kids of U.S. citizens, they will make the same argument about detaining children of U.S. citizen parents to hold and use them in their own custody under any kind of auspice or cover. So before, they were allowing torture of U.S. children but I guess the guardians still had a right to try to leave and now they allow for imprisonment of children.

Are we given protections and rights as citizens, and recourse through habeus corpus, or are we slaves.

Basically, the same illegal provisions to hold "suspects of terrorism" who are NOT U.S. citizens, is now being applied to U.S. citizens.

Now WE don't get a trial or the right to know why we're charged or detained.

This bill is 100% unconstitutional. For how extremely dangerous and serious this bill is, I have not seen any ongoing coverage from the general media about it.

So when Fox News puts an article on their front page that belittles the idea of being retrained or custody of the state or unlawful detention or captivity, by making fun of the idea of arrest for holding a "captive audience", they're trying to play the other side of the coin. They are minimizing the seriousness of what captivity is and how it is not just being in jail. For whatever reason they chose to select a story that makes fun of the idea of extention of interpretation of custody or captivity, and try to appeal to religious freedom sentiment (in my opinion) rather than focus on the very bad law that is being requested by the Catholic Leon Panetta who is the one who would asked for this provision.

The person who heads the Department of Defense is the Secretary of Defense and that man is Leon Panetta.

Now his mobsters can not only torture people for the Vatican and themselves, they can hold them hostage too. International people with no U.S. rights, and now U.S. citizens.

My parents were then forced to go to a bunch of military sites and stayed at some hotel run by Eastern Indians, the same group Panetta bribed in a trade deal, to keep their mouths shut at the UN level. I know they were tortured and then they got home and I happened to overhear my mother sounding distressed and fearful after some people with Eastern Indian accents called our house to talk to her.

The advisory board is the U.S. National Security Council and here is the list of members (including the President). The members are almost entirely Roman Catholic:

Structure of the United States National Security Council (Current)[3]
Barack Obama (President of the United States)
Statutory Attendees
Joe Biden (Vice President of the United States)
Hillary Clinton (Secretary of State)
Leon Panetta (Secretary of Defense)
Steven Chu (Secretary of Energy)
Military Advisor
Gen. Martin Dempsey (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)
Intelligence Advisor
Lt. Gen. James R. Clapper (Ret.) (Director of National Intelligence)
Drug Policy Advisor
Gil Kerlikowske (Director of National Drug Control Policy)

Regular Attendees
Tom Donilon (National Security Advisor)
Jacob Lew (White House Chief of Staff)
Denis McDonough (Deputy National Security Advisor)

Additional Participants
Tim Geithner (Secretary of the Treasury)
Eric Holder (Attorney General)
Janet Napolitano (Secretary of Homeland Security)
Pete Rouse (Counselor to the President)
Gene Sperling (Assistant to the President for Economic Policy)
Susan Rice (Ambassador to the United Nations)
Jacob Lew (Director of Office of Management and Budget)
David Petraeus (Director of the Central Intelligence Agency)
John O. Brennan (Homeland Security Advisor)

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