December 13, 2008
|Obama’s proposal for a National Civilian Security Force|
It’s all coming together. After Obama assumes control of the government as the decider-commander (a post Bush and the neocons have feathered with various extra-legal directives), he will organize his National Civilian Security Force and unleash this million man plus goon squad on thought criminals and other enemies of the global elite.
Behind the scenes at the corporate whorehouse on the Potomac, new “rules” are being fashioned to make this fascist “security” force operate like a well-oiled machine. Bob Unruh writes for WorldNetDaily:
New rules published in the Federal Register would allow certain civilians to call American soldiers into action inside the U.S. to prevent environmental damage or respond to “special events” and “other domestic activities.”
The alarming warning is contained in proposed rules published last week for the Department of Defense’s “Defense Support of Civil Authorities” plan.
Under the U.S. Constitution, soldiers inside the country essentially are tasked with the responsibility of quelling “insurrections” and repelling invasions as well as making sure each state has access to the republican form of government.
But the new rules go far beyond that, essentially establishing a plan to activate the U.S. military inside the country to deal with social issues under provisions that appear to be devoid of any connection to the Constitution, according to an expert.
|Russia Today report on 20,000 troops deployed inside the U.S.|
It is not explained what “special events” or “domestic activities” are but it does not take a lot of imagination to figure it out. The Pentagon, CIA, and FBI have spent billions and countless man hours monitoring, infiltrating, and sabotaging perfectly legal and constitutional activities such as demonstrating against the illegal neocon occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, so we can only assume this sort of behavior is at the top of their list.
Environmental crime is a cover for more sinister activity on the part of government. If the government sincerely cared about the environment, it wouldn’t dump military toxins in the oceans and poison the biosphere with tons of depleted uranium.
“I think the thing that’s of concern with respect to this set of rules is it appears to have no constitutional foundation, no reference whatsoever of any constitutional structure. It’s totally missing,” Herb Titus, a onetime candidate for vice president for the Constitution Party and a longtime constitutional professor, told WND.
|Jerome Corsi on PDD51, the martial law directive signed by Bush|
For the elite, however, the Constitution is merely a “goddamn piece of paper,” little more than an anachronism. As we reported earlier, our rulers are attempting to dilute the Constitution with a Constitutional Convention.
“This proposed rule will allow civil authorities access to the correct procedures when they are seeking assistance from the Department by establishing updated policy guidance and assigning the correct responsibilities within the Department for the Defense for support of civil authorities in response to requests for assistance for domestic emergencies, designated law enforcement support, special events, and other domestic activities,” the plan states.
As Titus notes, the proposed rule “is based on the assumption that government was created for the purpose of preventing things from happening in our lives.” In fact, the Constitution is a blueprint limiting what government can and cannot do. It is a cornerstone for making sure the government stays out of our lives.
WND notes the “new rules” apply to “potential or actual domestic crisis” and even confirms that conditions not always will allow “prior authority” before “action is necessary for effective response.”
In other words, the government will respond to thought crimes and dispense with centuries of legal precedent and the rule of law when it sends out Obama’s proposed National Civilian Security Force along with presumably heavily armed military goons.
WND’s report on the new rules published in the Federal Register follow a recent report that the U.S. military expects to have 20,000 uniformed troops inside the United States by 2011 trained to help state and local officials respond to a nuclear terrorist attack or other domestic catastrophe, according to Pentagon officials. “The Pentagon’s plan calls for three rapid-reaction forces to be ready for emergency response by September 2011. The first 4,700-person unit, built around an active-duty combat brigade based at Fort Stewart, Ga., was available as of Oct. 1, said Gen. Victor E. Renuart Jr., commander of the U.S. Northern Command,” the National Terror Alert Response Center reported on December 1 after the Pentagon plan was mentioned in the Washington Post.
All of this complements Bush’s presidential directive NSPD 51, or PDD51, the National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive, created and signed on May 4, 2007. It allows Bush — and all too soon, Obama — to execute procedures for continuity of the federal government in the event of a “catastrophic emergency,” in other words it allows the president to declare martial law in the United States without consulting Congress. It should be noted that Congress and the American people are not allowed to see the Continuity Annexes of the directive. On July 2007 U.S. Representative and Homeland Security Committee member Peter DeFazio made an official request to examine the documents but was refused under “national security concerns.”
“We’re talking about the continuity of the government of the United States of America… I would think that would be relevant to any member of Congress, let alone a member of the Homeland Security Committee,” said DeFazio. It was the first time DeFazio had been denied access to documents.