Paragraph 1 of 4 -- While humans enjoyed Thanksgiving, the U.S. Senate passed S.1867. Unless President Obama vetoes the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) by December 26, the Bill of Rights is virtually canceled. NDAA is a Nazi bill that provides for indefinite military detention of Americans without criminal charges or trial. People who are afraid of military arrests without any opportunity of legal defense will be too intimidated to exercise their so-called freedom of speech, press, peaceful assembly and practice their religion if doing so would offend officials with the power to intern citizens without criminal charges. In fact, Americans may feel too restricted to question anything the government or individuals with governmental power require of them. Therefore, this one bill eliminates the Constitution of the United States and reduces every American to the condition of Africans in their villages in the 1600s who were subject to be removed for servitude by slavers in the USA at any time. Some people think it cannot happen here, but slavery is already as much a part of American history as the concept of personal liberty is. Please read "Three Myths About the Detention Bill" http://goo.gl/t6dey . It is time for everyone to show more concern for prison conditions. You or someone you love may be imprisoned one day, with or without cause.
Paragraph 2 of 4. Over a million prisoners work up to 72 hours weekly on jobs that were removed from the public sector, including former union jobs. There is little concern about overturning wrongful convictions partly because of the quest for free prison labor. What if corporations and government need more welders, administrators, computer programmers, or whatever your profession is? Under NDAA, they can just send soldiers to arrest you with no questions allowed. I have warned that many decision makers have zero regard for human and civil rights since my disabled brother was killed while under secret arrest for 18 days in Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003. For eight years, my family has been denied open disclosure and accountability about his government murder. I am sorry to say I told you so this soon, but we are all Larry Neal to them. If your neighborhood is rounded up to be sent to a military prison overseas and harvest poppy, would your relatives have the Internet to announce the human rights crime to the world? Not if the other two freedom-killing bills that are before Congress pass - S.968 and H.R.3261. Those bills propose putting the Internet in America under the U.S. Justice Department. Attorney General Holder and his successors would have the right to control online browsing, redirect links, prohibit uploads, and eliminate websites as the government sees fit. Therefore, Americans face absolute slavery with these three bills - NDAA, H.R.3261 and S.968. Our representatives would have the same power over the populace that Hitler had and misused very badly. This is called "overthrowing the Constitution."
Paragraph 3 of 4. My thoughts about Senate Bill 1867 are expressed in the FIFTY-TWO(52) tweets republished below and the tweet cyberdogs repeated at my third(3rd) numbered paragraph. S.1867 is a Nazi bill that President Obama should veto provides for indefinite military detention of Americans without criminal charges or trial. The year 1867 has a rich history. Interestingly, on January 8, 1867, a law was passed allowing black men to vote for the first time in America. It applied only to the District of Columbia. There's always a catch with these politicians, I found to my heartfelt disappointment. In 1867, the first volume of "Das Kapital" was published by Karl Marx: Power to government, not the People. Is that why Senate gave S.1867 that number? Revelation says that in the Last Days, plagues will be released on the world. Ironically, 1867 was the year that yellow fever killed 3,093 in New Orleans. Government often reneges on its promises like those in our Constitution. For instance, on October 21, 1867, Manifest Destiny, a landmark treaty, was signed requiring that Native American Plains tribes relocate to a reservation in western Oklahoma. The Army supervised the relocation like the resettlement relocation specialists the Army is recruiting today. See the link for the Army's personnel ad in my tweets below. I knew S.1867 would pass ahead of time because the ad was published ahead of Senate's vote. Military relocation is what happened to People who said, "Welcome. Here's how to plant corn and survive." It seems to be planned for people who said, "Here's my tax money, my sons and daughters. Use them to keep us "free." In 1867, the railroads in America experienced unprecedented growth. Between 1867 and 1873, Chinese, Scandinavian and Irish immigrants lay 30,000 miles (48,000 km) of railroad tracks here. Biomass incinerators are being erected near railroads in the USA lately, despite ecology concerns - to burn waste. In Mexico, Prince Maximilian was executed by firing squad on June 19, 1867, although he was a popular leader. Wikipedia reports, "To the dismay of his conservative allies, Maximilian upheld several liberal policies proposed by the Juárez administration – such as land reforms, religious freedom, and extending the right to vote beyond the landholding class ... Many foreign governments, including the United States, refused to recognize his administration." It is sad that liberty and justice for the 99% are still perceived as encumbrances by some decision makers in government. The year 1867 was eventful.
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