• drewm010

    List of Senators (twitter accounts) Who Voted Yes on the NDAA bill ……..which provides for indefinite detention of “any person who has committed a belligerent act” .The term “belligerent act” is extremely wide and could be applied to any form of resistance including protesting in the streets or even speaking out against the U.S. government.
    @senjohnbarrasso @senronjohnson @senrockefeller @sen_joemanchin @pattymurray @us_sen_cantwell @markwarner @senatorleahy @orrinhatch @kaybaileyhutch @senalexander @senbobcorker @johnthune @senronjohnson @grahamblo @senwhitehouse @sentoomey @senbobcasey @jiminhofe @robportman @sensherrodbrown @senjohnhoeven @kayhagan @senschumer @sengillibrand @tomudall @SenatorMenendez @senatorlautenberg @jeanneshaheen @senatorayotte @senatorreid @deanheller @mike_johanns @senbennelson @clairecmc @rogerwicker @alfranken @stabenow @sencarllevin @johnkerry @scottbrownma @senatorsnowe @senatorcollins @davidvitter @senlandrieu @mcconnellpress @moranforkansas @tomharkin @senatorlugar @sendancoats @senatorkirk @senatordurbin @daniel_inouye @senatorakaka @senatorisakson @saxby08 @senbillnelson @chriscoons @senatorcarper @joelieberman @senblumenthal @markudall @mbennet @barbaraboxer @johnboozman @senjohnmccain @lisamurkowski @senatorbigich @senshelbypress @senatorsessions @johncornyn @marcorubio @chuckgrassley @senatorburr @senatorsanders @jimdemint

  • drewm010

    List of Senators (twitter accounts) Who Voted Yes on the NDAA bill ……..which provides for indefinite detention of “any person who has committed a belligerent act” .The term “belligerent act” is extremely wide and could be applied to any form of resistance including protesting in the streets or even speaking out against the U.S. government.
    @senjohnbarrasso @senronjohnson @senrockefeller @sen_joemanchin @pattymurray @us_sen_cantwell @markwarner @senatorleahy @orrinhatch @kaybaileyhutch @senalexander @senbobcorker @johnthune @senronjohnson @grahamblo @senwhitehouse @sentoomey @senbobcasey @jiminhofe @robportman @sensherrodbrown @senjohnhoeven @kayhagan @senschumer @sengillibrand @tomudall @SenatorMenendez @senatorlautenberg @jeanneshaheen @senatorayotte @senatorreid @deanheller @mike_johanns @senbennelson @clairecmc @rogerwicker @alfranken @stabenow @sencarllevin @johnkerry @scottbrownma @senatorsnowe @senatorcollins @davidvitter @senlandrieu @mcconnellpress @moranforkansas @tomharkin @senatorlugar @sendancoats @senatorkirk @senatordurbin @daniel_inouye @senatorakaka @senatorisakson @saxby08 @senbillnelson @chriscoons @senatorcarper @joelieberman @senblumenthal @markudall @mbennet @barbaraboxer @johnboozman @senjohnmccain @lisamurkowski @senatorbigich @senshelbypress @senatorsessions @johncornyn @marcorubio @chuckgrassley @senatorburr @senatorsanders @jimdemint

    • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

      Somebody teach me how to mass tweet please.

    • chinagreenelvis

      http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/belligerent

      Belligerence as it is used here refers to an act of war, made evident by its context. To consider normal citizens engaging in protest as “enemies of the state engaged in acts of war” would basically be breaking the law as they’ve written it. Hence, no need to even write the law; they may as well just go ahead and lock everyone up.But that’s not going to happen. There are rights issues with this bill, certainly, but it doesn’t pave any legal means for the military to go all Tienanmen Square on OWS.Next time you say the government “could” do something, make sure you’re not just allowing that possibility in your imagination.

      • rtb61

        You obviously are ignorant of the difference between arrest and detention and having your day in court.
        The difference is, there is no evidence, no guilt, no crime and no dictionaries.
        You have simply annoyed someone and they in their position of legalised power seek to do the following;
        Have you violently assaulted, attacked with chemical weapons and electrocuted. Then violently strip searched and sexually abused.
        Then to cover up their crimes, they will employ harsh interrogation techniques, over an indefinite period, until you confess to what ever crimes they want to make up or you ‘accidentally’ die in custody as a result of those ‘harsh interrogation’ techniques.
        Until you have your day in court, you have nothing, no justice, no claim of innocence, no ability to challenge your arrest and no means to protect yourself or your family.

        • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

          Just a side note.  The only supposed ‘confessor’ for the crimes of 9/11, was waterboarded 183 times in one month.  As the brave Christopher Hitchens demonstrated admirably, that one time alone, is excruciatingly traumatic. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LPubUCJv58)

          So KSM is Tortured in the most heinous and traumatic fashion at least 6 times per day for a period of one month and his supposed ‘confession’, which is of course not independently verified is supposed to prove that he ‘masterminded’ 9/11…   It is well established that anyone subjected to such ‘interro(r)gation will confess to anything to stave off such medieval abuses.  For example:  

          Well, as the Telegraph notes today:
          Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed mastermind of 9/11, was waterboarded 183 times in one month, and “confessed” to murdering the journalist Daniel Pearl, which he did not. There could hardly be more compelling evidence that such techniques are neither swift, nor efficient, nor reliableIf one of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s major confessions (Pearl murder) was false, why should we believe his confession about 9/11?
          After all, tough-as-nails Navy Seals usually become hysterical when waterboarded once in training sessions. After 183 waterboarding sessions in a month, I wouldn’t be surprised if KSM also confessed to murdering Lincoln and Kennedy.
          Note: I am not saying that KSM did or didn’t have anything to do with 9/11 (I have no idea). I am saying that nothing that the government said about 9/11 should be accepted without independent verification, and that torture does not constitute independent verification. Indeed, given that the government used techniques which were developed especially for producing false confessions, the assumption must be that any confessions were, in fact, false.http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2009/04/self-confessed-911-mastermind-also-falsely-confessed-to-crimes-he-didnt-commit.htmlTo give carte blanche ‘permission’ to apply these same ‘strategies’ to American’s who are merely deemed “belligerent” for exercising their First Amendment rights,  is to revoke utterly the Bill of Rights and Constitution. 

          Of course for anyone willing to see the big picture, this type of behavior makes the most sense if you realize that KSM was not responsible for 9/11.  The torturers are creating more patsies to hide their crimes and know this insanity has bled into ‘the homeland’.  

          Americans if you have any courage or heart remaining than please research Building 7 and The Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.  We have a mighty Excalibur in the form of Scientific evidence for a new investigation.  We have a Military that remembers their sworn oaths to uphold the Constitution and they are speaking out and overwhelmingly support Dr. Ron Paul. 

          http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/07/20/ron-paul-campaign-raises-most-donations-from-military/  

          Step 1: Get Ron Paul elected and restore Constitutional Law.

          Step 2: Clean house and demand a new investigation for all of the crimes of 9/11 and the wars that were enabled by this false flag attack. Nationalize or remove the pernicious and cancerous control of the Federal Reserve.

          Step 3:  Be able to tell your future children and grandchildren with a gleam of pride in your eyes, that you did what was required to defeat tyranny when the time came.  Oh and not rot away in an ‘internment’ camp.

          Step 4:  SPACE BITCHES!  SMIL2E (Space Migration Intelligence Squared = Life Extension.
          You may say I’m a Dreamer, But I’m NOT the only one.

      • E.B. Wolf

        “Belligerence as it is used here refers to an act of war, made evident by its context.”Belligerence as it is used in the bill refers to whatever those enforcing the law say it means.

        • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

          Thank you E.B.  

  • Camron Wiltshire

    Somebody teach me how to mass tweet please.

  • Camron Wiltshire

    Joe and Duncan talk about NDAA, Chemtrails, The Military Industrial Complex, Psychedelics, Fire Shits,Baby Monkey Guard,  & Much More!  Thanks to Joe and Crew for keeping shit real and putting NDAA on blast.  For all the Soldiers and Vets you will find much wisdom regarding the American Empire.  We Love you, we need you to protect Liberty at home.  Thank you for supporting Ron Paul overwhelmingly (Military donations for Dr. Paul are greater than all other candidates combined) please continue to speak to your brothers and sisters in arms and refuse any orders that violate your Sworn Oaths to the Constitution.  Ossu.

  • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

    Joe and Duncan talk about NDAA, Chemtrails, The Military Industrial Complex, Psychedelics, Fire Shits,Baby Monkey Guard,  & Much More!  Thanks to Joe and Crew for keeping shit real and putting NDAA on blast.  For all the Soldiers and Vets you will find much wisdom regarding the American Empire.  We Love you, we need you to protect Liberty at home.  Thank you for supporting Ron Paul overwhelmingly (Military donations for Dr. Paul are greater than all other candidates combined) please continue to speak to your brothers and sisters in arms and refuse any orders that violate your Sworn Oaths to the Constitution.  Ossu.

  • chinagreenelvis

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/belligerent

    Belligerence as it is used here refers to an act of war, made evident by its context. To consider normal citizens engaging in protest as “enemies of the state engaged in acts of war” would basically be breaking the law as they’ve written it. Hence, no need to even write the law; they may as well just go ahead and lock everyone up.But that’s not going to happen. There are rights issues with this bill, certainly, but it doesn’t pave any legal means for the military to go all Tienanmen Square on OWS.Next time you say the government “could” do something, make sure you’re not just allowing that possibility in your imagination.

  • Anonymous

    You obviously are ignorant of the difference between arrest and detention and having your day in court.
    The difference is, there is no evidence, no guilt, no crime and no dictionaries.
    You have simply annoyed someone and they in their position of legalised power seek to do the following;
    Have you violently assaulted, attacked with chemical weapons and electrocuted. Then violently strip searched and sexually abused.
    Then to cover up their crimes, they will employ harsh interrogation techniques, over an indefinite period, until you confess to what ever crimes they want to make up or you ‘accidentally’ die in custody as a result of those ‘harsh interrogation’ techniques.
    Until you have your day in court, you have nothing, no justice, no claim of innocence, no ability to challenge your arrest and no means to protect yourself or your family.

  • E.B. Wolf

    “Belligerence as it is used here refers to an act of war, made evident by its context.”Belligerence as it is used in the bill refers to whatever those enforcing the law say it means.

  • Blind_901

    If I were you, I’d keep a grenade on my belt loop, and if the fuckers gave to detain me and treat me as a lesser, I’d pull the pin and give them a nice hug.

    Fuckers

  • Blind_901

    If I were you, I’d keep a grenade on my belt loop, and if the fuckers gave to detain me and treat me as a lesser, I’d pull the pin and give them a nice hug.

    Fuckers

  • Camron Wiltshire

    Thank you E.B.  

  • Camron Wiltshire

    Just a side note.  The only supposed ‘confessor’ for the crimes of 9/11, was waterboarded 183 times in one month.  As the brave Christopher Hitchens demonstrated admirably, that one time alone, is excruciatingly traumatic. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LPubUCJv58)

    So KSM is Tortured in the most heinous and traumatic fashion at least 6 times per day for a period of one month and his supposed ‘confession’, which is of course not independently verified is supposed to prove that he ‘masterminded’ 9/11…   It is well established that anyone subjected to such ‘interro(r)gation will confess to anything to stave off such medieval abuses.  For example:  

    Well, as the Telegraph notes today:
    Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed mastermind of 9/11, was waterboarded 183 times in one month, and “confessed” to murdering the journalist Daniel Pearl, which he did not. There could hardly be more compelling evidence that such techniques are neither swift, nor efficient, nor reliableIf one of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s major confessions (Pearl murder) was false, why should we believe his confession about 9/11?
    After all, tough-as-nails Navy Seals usually become hysterical when waterboarded once in training sessions. After 183 waterboarding sessions in a month, I wouldn’t be surprised if KSM also confessed to murdering Lincoln and Kennedy.
    Note: I am not saying that KSM did or didn’t have anything to do with 9/11 (I have no idea). I am saying that nothing that the government said about 9/11 should be accepted without independent verification, and that torture does not constitute independent verification. Indeed, given that the government used techniques which were developed especially for producing false confessions, the assumption must be that any confessions were, in fact, false.http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2009/04/self-confessed-911-mastermind-also-falsely-confessed-to-crimes-he-didnt-commit.htmlTo give carte blanche ‘permission’ to apply these same ‘strategies’ to American’s who are merely deemed “belligerent” for exercising their First Amendment rights,  is to revoke utterly the Bill of Rights and Constitution. 

    Of course for anyone willing to see the big picture, this type of behavior makes the most sense if you realize that KSM was not responsible for 9/11.  The torturers are creating more patsies to hide their crimes and know this insanity has bled into ‘the homeland’.  

    Americans if you have any courage or heart remaining than please research Building 7 and The Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.  We have a mighty Excalibur in the form of Scientific evidence for a new investigation.  We have a Military that remembers their sworn oaths to uphold the Constitution and they are speaking out and overwhelmingly support Dr. Ron Paul. 

    http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/07/20/ron-paul-campaign-raises-most-donations-from-military/  

    Step 1: Get Ron Paul elected and restore Constitutional Law.

    Step 2: Clean house and demand a new investigation for all of the crimes of 9/11 and the wars that were enabled by this false flag attack. Nationalize or remove the pernicious and cancerous control of the Federal Reserve.

    Step 3:  Be able to tell your future children and grandchildren with a gleam of pride in your eyes, that you did what was required to defeat tyranny when the time came.  Oh and not rot away in an ‘internment’ camp.

    Step 4:  SPACE BITCHES!  SMIL2E (Space Migration Intelligence Squared = Life Extension.
    You may say I’m a Dreamer, But I’m NOT the only one.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=662275727 Ruz Cumbre

    Must watch Century of the Self- I agree. BBC documentary.  Playing War Pigs underneath the podcast, awesome mashup.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=662275727 Ruz Cumbre

    Must watch Century of the Self- I agree. BBC documentary.  Playing War Pigs underneath the podcast, awesome mashup.