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Stripped of citizenship by the Enemy Expatriation Act

January 19, 2012
Brasscheck TV
1/18/2012

With all the uproar over the possible indefinite detention of American citizens, a new bill has been introduced to strip Americans of their citizenship.

It’s called the Enemy Expatriation Act (H.R.3166), and it will fix everything.

They’ll just declare American suspects to be expatriated non-citizens before they stick the black bags over their heads.

Problem solved …

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  1. Rwolf permalink
    January 19, 2012 3:45 pm

    Can Americans Survive U.S. Government / Police Corruption Without Due Process?

    Reports of Police Corruption proliferate the Media— planting evident, Police taking bribes, smuggling, selling drugs—falsifying reports; providing perjured testimony—to send innocent Americans to prison.

    Americans have reason to Fear the Police. Corrupt Police could potentially have a field day with the Dec. 2011 passage of The National Defense Authorization ACT of 2012 (NDAA). Under (NDAA) U.S. Government (does not need probable cause or evidence to Indefinitely Detain Americans without charges, no right to an attorney, trial or Habeas Corpus if suspected of being involved in terrorism.) Corrupt Police and Government Agents that plant evidence, falsify reports—provide perjured testimony can now cause innocent Americans to be dragged from their homes and (indefinitely incarcerated) for being a (suspected) terrorist or supporting Terrorism: Note no violent act is required to be charged with involvement in terrorism under (NDAA). Importantly Note: The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA)—mandates holding Americans’ (Indefinitely) in Military Custody. That would appear to include “Belligerents.” The term “Belligerent” in (NDAA) is so expansive and vague U.S. Government could deem anyone a “Belligerent”; even for exercising First Amendment Rights—speaking out for or against any issue; protesting a U.S. Government Policy; agency or coalition Partner. Under (NDAA) some observers believe U.S. Government will threaten Americans with Indefinite Detention that refuse to act as informants. U.S. Citizens should EXPECT such heavy-handed tactics by local police under (NDAA) as U.S. Government continues—to militarize local police departments? The East German Stasi Police used the threat of Indefinite Detention to create an army of neighborhood and other informants. After the East Berlin Wall came down it was discovered (Stasi Police Informant Files) if lined up back to back would extend 12-miles. Huge numbers of East Germans informed on their friends, neighbors, even love one to please their government handler; out of spite, because of mental problems and or to receive—government perks.
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    Under the passed (NDAA) The National Defense Authorization ACT of 2012, corrupt police and false informant perjury are a serious threat to Americans’ Freedom because under the National Defense Authorization ACT there is no Due Process for Indefinitely Detained Americans. In effect Americans lost in Dec. 2011 their Constitution and Country To Fascist Legislation. It should be expected Indefinitely Detained U.S. Citizens not involved in terrorism or hostile activities, not given Miranda Warnings when interrogated or allowed legal counsel or a trial—will be prosecuted for non-terrorist (ordinary crimes) because of their (alleged admissions) while held in Indefinite Detention: Government can circumvent a U.S. Citizen Detainee’s right to assert the protections of the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendment among others.

    Congress is now considering HR 3166 and S. 1698 also known as the “Enemy Expatriation Act” sponsored by Joe Lieberman (I-CT) and Charles Dent (R-PA) that would let Government Strip Your Citizenship Without a Conviction. Once an American’s Citizenship is stripped they have no rights whatsoever if suspected of being involved in terrorism. To read article Re: this bill, search: New Bill Known As Enemy Expatriation Act Would Allow Government To Strip Citizenship Without Conviction. To read the full text of the bill, go here:
    http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h112-3166

    Importantly note: After the (Enemy Expatriation Act) is passed by Congress it will JOIN with the National Defense Authorization of 2012 (NDAA). If there was any doubt whether (NDAA) gave U.S. Government the power to Indefinitely Detain Americans on U.S. Soil including mere “Belligerents” that appears confirmed in the Enemy Expatriation Act. (The (Enemy Expatriation Act) grants U.S. Government the power to disappear U.S. Citizens (suspected of having or likely to provoke, engage in or support violent acts or hostilities against U.S. Government; U.S. Civilians; a U.S. Coalition Partner or threatens National Security.)

    Is the passed National Authorization Act of 2012 or recently introduced Enemy Expatriation Act (Retroactive)? American activists should be concerned. Most U.S. activists and protestors don’t know what other activists and groups they networked or associated did in the past—perhaps illegal under (NDAA) or the (Enemy Expatriation Act). Both the National Authorization Act of 2012; and USA Patriot Act that NDAA refers are expansive and vague—what constitutes (1) supporting or aiding terrorists, (2) a terrorist act; (3) when someone is a “Combatant” or (4) “a Belligerent.” For example, Americans advocating, attending or supporting a meeting or protest demonstration against a U.S. Government Agency; Policy or U.S. Military Action—could be charged with (1) (2) (3) and (4) under NDAA and the Patriot Act.

    Some U.S. writers might be subject to Indefinite Detention under (NDAA) and introduced (Enemy Expatriation Act. It appears “Americans” who write on the Internet express an opinion against any entity of U.S. Government or its coalition partners—may under the broad and vague provisions of The Defense Authorization Act and Patriot Act be deemed by U.S. Government someone likely to provoke, engage in or support violent acts or hostilities against U.S. Government; U.S. Civilians; a U.S. Coalition Partner; or threaten National Security.

    When other countries passed Police State Laws like The Defense Authorization Act of 2012 or Enemy Expatriation Act, Citizens increasingly abstained from politically speaking out; visiting activist websites or posting comments that might be deemed inappropriate by their Police State Government, e.g. cause someone to lose their job; be investigated; disappeared and or detained in Police/Military Custody.

    If U.S. Government abuses it new powers granted by The National Defense Authorization ACT and perhaps soon—The Enemy Expatriation Act, it is foreseeable Americans wills revolt at the polls, move to recall large numbers of Congressman; want to change their Government through the voting process. It is doubtful the political and financial interests behind passing The Defense Authorization Act of 2012 and now The Enemy Expatriation Act would give up easily their entrenched power and influence over Congress: to keep their power, they would have to suspend or terminate U.S. Citizens’ Right to Vote. While that is hard to imagine in America, one can’t help recall history—how Hitler in 1933 got the German Parliament to pass legislation (similar to America’s National Defense Authorization ACT of 2012; USA Patriot Act, and pending Enemy Expatriation Act) Hitler shortly thereafter suspended elections; suspended Provisions in the German Constitution that protected Civil Liberties; told Parliament and the Supreme Court to go home: Suddenly German Citizens lost all voice in Government. Could that be the direction America is headed?

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