WARNING: PETITIONING GOVERNMENT FOR A REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES IS "BELLIGERENT" AND MAKES PEOPLE ELIGIBLE FOR INDEFINITE MILITARY DETENTION IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS UNDER SECTION 1021 OF THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT (NDAA) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012
Before NDAA was signed on December 31, 2011, Americans had a protected right to free speech, freedom of press, religion, and peaceful assembly as well as a right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. However, with the passage of NDAA, belligerence became grounds for indefinite military detention in concentration camps. "Belligerence" is defined as having angry, aggressive feelings; being quarrelsome or contentious. Speaking, writing, and assembling to express disagreement with any government act, law, or policy are belligerent (contentious) acts. Petitioning the government for a redress of grievances is necessarily a belligerent act in that such petitions demonstrate that one has a quarel with elitist decision makers in some respect.
On January 18, 2012, Rep. Ron Paul introduced H.R.3785 to repeal section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 http://www.opencongress.org/bill/112-h3785/show - OpenCongress.org registers votes for and against congressional bills. One hundred percent (100%) of voters have voted FOR H.R.3785 to date. OpenCongress.org records less than 90 votes as of February 17, 2012. Lack of participation is surprising since H.R.3785 would eliminate the threat of concentration camp internment for exercising the freedoms Americans used to have under the Bill of Rights. Perhaps Americans do not know about H.R.3785. At the Martin Luther King Day celebration in Atlanta, I discovered that most people did not even know about NDAA. Another observation is that on my view, OpenCongress.org has links to over 400 blogs written regarding H.R.3785, but the links seem to be repeats of only five blogs. That may be my cyberstalkers at work. The censorship force is capable of making IP-specific views of any online data. In other words, what I see on a web page may not be what you see.
See the official summary for H.R.3785 below:
1/18/2012--Introduced.Repeals the affirmation in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 that the Presidential authority under the Authorization for Use of Military Force (P.L. 107-40) includes the authority for the U.S. Armed Forces, pending disposition under the law of war, to detain persons who:
(1) planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, or harbored those responsible for those attacks; or
(2) were a part of or substantially supported al-Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners, including any person who has committed a belligerent act or has directly supported such hostilities in aid of such enemy forces.
1 : waging war <belligerent nations>
2 : eager to or showing eagerness to fight <belligerent remarks>
- belligerent noun
- bel·lig·er·ent·ly adverb
synonyms BELLIGERENT, PUGNACIOUS, QUARRELSOME, CONTENTIOUS mean having an aggressive or fighting attitude. BELLIGERENT suggests either being actually at war <the belligerent nations refused to have peace talks> or having angry, aggressive feelings <the new girl at school is belligerent and is not making many friends>. PUGNACIOUS suggests a nature that takes pleasure in conflict <a pugnacious fellow always getting into fights>. QUARRELSOME stresses a bad-tempered readiness to fight for no good reason <our neighbors are quarrelsome>. CONTENTIOUS suggests an odd and annoying fondness for arguing <irritated by contentious people>
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