BLOG: AND THE BEAT ( AGENDA? One-W-Order?) GOES ON
This just in folks. Read and be petrified. Literalists or literalists as cover?
( Goes with my previous post).
I can recall after hurricane Katrina I was watching a TV evangelists, a Pastor Smith I think, on Harvest TV saying how Bush had asked the Governor for authority to federalize the Louisiana National Guard and she had refused. Constitutional State Rights right back! The pastor was saying that this was a trial run that didn't quite work. So persistent are they, and coming right back again. Read..
I got the evangelist on tape (VCR no DVD) but my TV isn't working. Must be one of those low flying satellite again ( see DOSSIER).
Federal Usurpation: Takover of comand over State National Guards
Sign posts of tyranny:
Congress has given Bush the authority to...
1) Declare Matrial Law without consulting them and without their vote.
2) Deploy Federal Troops domestically with command above State Governors to 'maintain order' in an 'emergency'.
3) Imprison US citizens without charge or trial by declaring them 'terrorists'.
He has a billion dollar plan in place to deploy the troops in case of a 'pandemic'.
He is having the prisons built in the southwest in case of an influx of 'illegal immigrants' courtasy of a Halliburten no bid contract.
NOW the Congress is discussing giving his authority over STATE NATIONAL GUARDSMEN ABOVE THE COMMAND OF STATE GOVERNORS...CLEARLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL!!!!
Yes folks, the stage is set. All he has to do is wake up and throw the switch.
...so tell me, what you gonna do about it? Bend over or fight?
Governors Bristle at Guard Proposal
By ROBERT TANNER, AP National Writer
51 minutes ago
CHARLESTON, S.C. - The nation's governors are closing ranks in opposition to a proposal in Congress that would let the president take control of the National Guard in emergencies without consent of governors.
The idea, spurred by the destruction and chaos that followed Hurricane Katrina's landfall in Louisiana and Mississippi, is part of a House-passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act. It has not yet been agreed to by the Senate.
The measure would remove the currently required consent of governors for the federalization of the Guard, which is shared between the individual states and the federal government.
"Federalization just for the sake of federalization makes no sense," said Gov. Kathleen Blanco of Louisiana, a Democrat who had rough relations with the Bush administration after the disaster last year. "You don't need federalization to get federal troops. ... Just making quick decisions can make things happen."
Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina, a Republican, said "a whole bunch of governors" were opposed to the idea after the proposed change was brought up in a private lunch meeting.
Some two dozen governors met in Charleston for three days of discussions at the annual summer gathering of the National Governors Association. The association's leaders sent a formal letter of opposition to House leaders last week.
The language in the House measure would let the president take control in case of "a serious natural or manmade disaster, accident, or catastrophe," according to the NGA.
"The idea of federalizing yet another function of government in America is a, the wrong direction, and b, counterproductive," Sanford said. "The system has worked quite well, notwithstanding what went wrong with Katrina."
It it time for all 50 states to send their national gaurdsmen to Washington?
PS: And these folks are just sitting around waiting for disasters without the need for scalar EM technologies that can manipulate the weather? Do these folks strike you as "leave it to chance folks" or "plan to the last detail folks"? Although.....the difference between paper and the real world can be large; Iraq?