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Patriot Coalition And Oath Keepers NDAA Resolutions

January 26, 2012
Jeff Lewis,


Patriot Coalition and Oath Keepers have partnered to address the dangerous usurpations of the Constitution and Bill of Rights that was inserted into the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA) by Senators John McCain and Carl Levin.

Attached are the PDF versions of the P.C.O.K. NDAA RESOLUTIONS for state legislators and sheriffs. They are the result of hundreds of hours of legal research and development, and are, in our opinion, both necessary and proper. Our combined legal teams have given much more “due diligence” to drafting these resolutions than most Members of Congress gave to their duties prior to voting for this bill.

Had Congress and the President taken the Hippocratic Oath, “to first do no harm” to our Constitution and Bill of Rights, instead of the apparently “hypo-critic” oath, well…

There is extensive information about the unconstitutional NDAA sections 1021 and 1022 on the Patriot Coalition Blog and on OathKeepers, as well as on our Livestream Channel Page here:

The files can also be downloaded directly here:



Jeff Lewis
National Director, FIRE Coalition
National Director, Patriot Coalition
Phone: 252-876-9489
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  1. Rwolf permalink
    January 27, 2012 1:53 am

    Can Patriot Coalition / Oath Keepers Survive A Fascist U.S. Government Without Due Process Under (NDAA)?

    (NDAA) The National Defense Authorization ACT of 2012 is a game changer for freedom loving Americans. Particularly alarming under NDAA, U.S. Government can without probable cause or evidence deem anyone to be involved in terrorism or a “Belligerent” when exercising their First Amendment and other Constitutional Rights. It is foreseeable U.S. Government could erroneously alleged the Patriot Coalition and Oath Keepers were “Belligerents” or Combatants under broad and vague provisions in NDAA and the USA Patriot Act to round up members. NDAA provisions mention being subject to authorities and following current Laws referencing the numbers of Public Laws in the Patriot Act. Unfortunately both the USA Patriot Act and National Authorization Act of 2012 are expansive and vague—what constitutes (1) a terrorist act; (2) supporting or aiding terrorists; (3) when someone is a “Combatant” or (4) “a Belligerent.” For example, Americans advocating, attending or supporting any meeting or protest march or demonstration against a U.S. Government or Agency; Policy or U.S. Military Action—might potentially be charged with (1) (2) (3) and (4) under NDAA and the Patriot Act.

    Where U.S. Government appears headed with the Patriot Act, The National Authorization Act of 2012 and introduced “Enemy Expatriation Act” that would let Government Strip Your Citizenship without evidence or a conviction—is having Congress grant U.S. Government (The Executive Branch) the power to arrest and Indefinitely Detain Americans not involved in terrorism as Belligerents because of their e.g. participation in 1st Amendment activities—if Authorities allege the 1st Amendment activities (appeared intended to support or provoke hostilities, terrorism or combatants against the United States or a Coalition Partner or threaten National Security.) Hitler’s 1933 Laws called for the arrest of any person or group that provoked or attempted to provoke public or national unrest—which could be anything.

    Too easily under NDAA and the Patriot Act, U.S. Government and police may allege any (ordinary crime) supported or involved terrorism to put U.S. Citizens in Indefinite Detention. No crime or violent act is required under (NDAA); the Patriot Act or introduced “Enemy Expatriation Act” to arrest and incarcerate someone. For example U.S. Government need only suspect someone or a group under 18 U.S.C. § 2331: (B) appear to be intended –(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.

    It is problematic any person, group or organization criminalized by the media or government could be alleged by U.S. Government or police to intimidate a civilian population simply by their presence in or near a populated area.

    Protesters that occupy federal and state buildings and other property and violate federal or state laws—may potentially open the door for U.S. Government to allege “an occupation” was a terrorist act or conspiracy under 18 U.S.C. § 2331; especially if there is violence or property damage: additionally U.S. government may charge occupation advocates and supporters under 18 U.S.C. § 2331. And invoke asset forfeiture provisions under Section 802 of the Patriot Act.

    In 1933 Germany before Hitler gained total power, Communists waged peaceful and violent street protests against the German Government; private property was destroyed. That created FEAR among German Citizens—but also generated public support for Hitler’s claim—that Germany’s National Security was under attack by Communists and anarchists. That resulted in more Germans voting for Hitler than any other candidate. In 1933 after Hitler blamed the burning of the German Parliament building on the Communists, Hitler moved quickly—getting Parliament to pass his Discriminatory Laws that suspended provisions in the German Constitution that protected German Citizen’s civil liberties. Hitler then arrested and terminated thousands of alleged German Communists, anarchists, including members of Parliament and others. Decades later it was alleged by some researchers that Nazi Provocateurs had in 1932-33 infiltrated many German communist groups to provoke street violence and riots—to generate voter support for Hitler and his fascist legislation.

    For your information see enclosed below: 18 U.S.C. § 2331 International Terrorism Definitions.

    Note Domestic Terrorism: (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.

    Both the Patriot Act and National Defense Authorization Act are subject to broad and vague Definitions what is Domestic Terrorism under 18 U.S.C. § 2331.

    Some observers believe The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 included the vague term “Belligerent” in the manner it did, so U.S. Government would have authority granted by Congress to Indefinitely Detain large numbers of Americans not involved in terrorism. Under NDAA, U.S. Government can arbitrarily deem anyone a “Belligerent” for indefinite detention. Hitler’s 1933 fascist laws share similarities with the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, The USA Patriot Act and introduced “Enemy Expatriation Act.”

    It is foreseeable U.S. activists in the future that unlawfully occupy government and other property could potentially be charged by U.S. Government with or supporting International or Domestic Terrorism under USC 18 2331: (appear intended (i)“to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;(ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion…”

    Any unlawful occupation could potentially as it did in 1933 Germany, play into the hands of individuals and corporations that may want to turn America into a Police State, perhaps for their own profit. It is problematic U.S. Government might charge some writers and publishers with supporting Terrorism or being Belligerents under provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012; the Patriot Act and introduced “Enemy Expatriation Act.” The Nazis used similar laws to silence and shut down entire newspapers claiming a news service or publisher’s reports were biased against the Nazi government and or threatened national security.

    18 U.S.C. § 2331 : US Code – Section 2331: Definitions of Terrorism
    As used in this chapter –
    (1) the term “international terrorism” means activities that –
    (A) involve violent acts or acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State, or that would be a criminal violation if committed within the jurisdiction of the United States or of any State;
    (B) appear to be intended –
    (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
    (ii) to influence the policy of a government by
    intimidation or coercion; or
    (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass
    destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and
    (C) occur primarily outside the territorial jurisdiction of
    the United States, or transcend national boundaries in terms of the means by which they are accomplished, the persons they appear intended to intimidate or coerce, or the locale in which their perpetrators operate or seek asylum;
    (2) the term “national of the United States” has the meaning given such term in section 101(a)(22) of the Immigration and Nationality Act;
    (3) the term “person” means any individual or entity capable of holding a legal or beneficial interest in property;
    (4) the term “act of war” means any act occurring in the course
    of –
    (A) declared war;
    (B) armed conflict, whether or not war has been declared,
    between two or more nations; or
    (C) armed conflict between military forces of any origin; and
    (5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that –
    (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;
    (B) appear to be intended –
    (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
    (ii) to influence the policy of a government by
    intimidation or coercion; or
    (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass
    destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and
    (C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of
    the United States.

    See Hitler’s Laws

    1933. ROBL. I 83.
    GERMANY Preliminary Compilation of Selected Laws, Decrees, and Regulations:


    Note: Based on translations by State Department, National Socialism, 1942 PP. 215-17, and Pollak, J.K., and Heneman, H.J., The Hitler Decrees, (1934), pp. 10-11.7

    In virtue of Section 48 (2) of the German Constitution, the following is decreed as a defensive measure against Communist acts of Violence, endangering the state:

    Section 1
    Sections 114, 115, 117, 118, 123, 124, and 153 of the Constitution of the German Reich are suspended until further notice. Thus, restrictions on personal liberty, on the right of free expression of opinion, including freedom of the press, on the right of assembly and the right of association, and violations of the privacy of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communications, and warrants for house-searches, orders for confiscations as well as restrictions on property, are also permissible beyond the legal limits otherwise prescribed.

    Section 2
    If in a state the measures necessary for the restoration of public security and order are not taken, the Reich Government may temporarily take over the powers of the highest state authority.

    Section 4
    Whoever provokes, or appeals for or incites to the disobedience of the orders given out by the supreme state authorities or the authorities subject to then for the execution of this decree, or the orders given by the Reich Government according to Section 2, is punishable—insofar as the deed, is not covered by the decree with more severe punishment and with imprisonment of not less that one month, or with a fine from 150 up to 15,000 Reich marks.

    Who ever endangers human life by violating Section 1, is to be punished by sentence to a penitentiary, under mitigating circumstances with imprisonment of not less than six months and, when violation causes the death of a person, with death, under mitigating circumstances with a penitentiary sentence of not less that two years. In addition the sentence my include confiscation of property.

    Whoever provokes an inciter to or act contrary to public welfare is to be punished with a penitentiary sentence, under mitigating circumstances, with imprisonment of not less than three months.

    Section 5
    The crimes which under the Criminal Code are punishable with penitentiary for life are to be punished with death: i.e., in Sections 81 (high treason), 229 (poisoning), 306 (arson), 311 (explosion), 312 (floods), 315, paragraph 2 (damage to railroad properties, 324 (general poisoning).
    Insofar as a more severe punishment has not been previously provided for, the following are punishable with death or with life imprisonment or with imprisonment not to exceed 15 years:

    1. Anyone who undertakes to kill the Reich President or a member or a commissioner of the Reich Government or of a state government, or provokes to such a killing, or agrees to commit it, or accepts such an offer, or conspires with another for such a murder;
    2. Anyone who under Section 115 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious rioting) or of Section 125 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious disturbance of the peace) commits the act with arms or cooperates consciously and intentionally with an armed person;
    3. Anyone who commits a kidnapping under Section 239 of the Criminal with the intention of making use of the kidnapped person as a hostage in the political struggle.

    Section 6
    This decree enters in force on the day of its promulgation.
    Reich President
    Reich Chancellor
    Reich Minister of the Interior
    Reich Minister of Justice

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