CodeBlackv2 wrote:BO doesn't want to be labeled a War President.
blackvault wrote:You knock my source, yet you offer a "Free-Press-Release.com" link to a press release by some "One World Order" group?
Here's my opinion... you aren't researching.
Senate Bill #1867? Have you even tried to research this? If you Google it, a bunch of "Patriot" sites come up, "Free Republic" sites, but no reliable source that says our freedoms are going to be overrun, and the days of Marshall Law are among us. It was nearly a 1,000 page bill, and people were up in arms over a couple paragraphs. It was all grossly overexaggerated... and does nothing like you copy and pasted below. Plus, this was passed about a year ago, and not a single case of anything that people were claiming was going to happen, actually happened.
Boston, city of one million people, locked down in the attempts to catch TWO men.
One million people. A whole city! For two people!
No sound of any pennies dropping yet John?
Homes invaded at gunpoint and without warrants in their search for TWO people! Mostly for Just One. ONE!
And STILL,In HR 658: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-112h ... 658enr.pdf
and in FAA MODERNIZATION AND REFORM ACT OF 2012 to Accompany HR 658: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CRPT-112hr ... rpt381.pdf
There is no mention of the "Wide Area Aerial Surveillance System" or "WAASS".
I hadn't looked at that no, but how about you look here.... ?
“.............the leading industry group representing companies developing drones for domestic use, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), released a new study earlier this month as well indicating UAV development may soon create tens of thousands of new jobs in the U.S. to support the growth of the industry nationwide. It is literally exploding, with sales expected to reach $6 billion annually in U.S. within a few years..........”
[READ: Oregon Company to Sell Drone Defense Technology to Public]
http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/201 ... -to-public
In addition, the Electric Frontier Foundation—the non-profit watchdog group that first raised privacy concerns about the use of drones by police departments—recently released a map that illustrates dozens of locations and cities where municipalities, universities, agencies or companies have applied to the FAA to fly UAVs such as unarmed Predator drones........”
.........Citing a page at US Central Command’s (CENTCOM) website, they highlight the “areas of responsibility” publicly listed:
The US Central Command (CENTCOM) is active in 20 countries across the Middle Eastern region, and is actively ramping-up military training, counterterrorism programs, logistical support, and funding to the military in various nations. At this point, the US has some kind of military presence in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, U.A.E., Uzbekistan, and Yemen.
US Africa Command (AFRICOM), according to the paper, “supports military-to-military relationships with 54 African nations.”
[Gosztola points out that the U.S. military is also conducting operations of one kind or another in Syrian, Jordan, South Sudan, Kosovo, Libya, Yemen, the Congo, Uganda, Mali, Niger and other countries.]
Altogether, that makes 74 nations where the US is fighting or “helping” some force in some proxy struggle that has been deemed beneficial by the nation’s masters of war.
A Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides an accounting of all the publicly acknowledged deployments of US military forces..............”
I would expect more from you... like a valid point.
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