Senate Passes NDAA 2014 via Fast Tracking, President To Sign

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Vatic Note:  Well, here we are again with the Constitution busting NDAA bill.  This time, American citizens can  disappear without any law protecting them whatsoever.   These guys are completely insane and so are we if we let this stand without making a single sound about it.   We don't even know what sections are the bad ones.
We will have to wait and make adjustments in our local efforts.  We have 11 petitions before our county council who was going to decline to act on them, but instead, after an overflow room of citizens packed the place, spilling out into the hall, they decided to do a work study committee to deal with all those petitions that overturn all the dictatorship tyranny features that our Bill of Rights protects us from happening, but were passed in some unconstitutional form by the federal government.
Boy, when those bankers go down I hope its hard and permanent.  Be sure and check out your roll call votes and see what your senator did and how he/she voted and then move to unelect all those that voted for it.   Its time we flexed our muscles on this issue.  This is the third NDAA bill used to abrogate our Bill of Rights. 

Senate Passes NDAA 2014 via Fast Tracking, President To Sign
Updated with roll call...
By Andrew V Pontbriand
Activist Post, Dec 2013
Late Thursday night, the Senate passed the NDAA for Fiscal Year 2014, in a sweeping bill now being sent to the president which reports suggest he will sign.

The bill is infamous for its language on indefinite detention and "disappearing" of American citizens. Once again, the bill was passed via Fast-Tracking while most of the country was sidelined on the Phil Robertson issue with Duck Dynasty.

The bill, now being sent to President Obama, also leaves out an amendment by Sen. Gillibrand on sexual assault prosecution, which in and of itself is curious. (VN: not really when you consider all the satanic ritual sexual child abuse that goes on in DC). The bill passed the Senate in an 85-14 count, with the roll-call unavailable at this time.

“It’s a failure of leadership on the part of the majority leader,” Arizona Sen. John McCain told reporters, echoing Republican colleagues who said the accelerated process was designed to prevent tough votes on Iran sanctions and other controversial issues.

Also, the bill would authorize a release of $527 billion in base defense spending for the current fiscal year, plus funds for the war in Afghanistan and nuclear weapons programs overseen by the Energy Department, among numerous other controversial measures. (VN: taking care of the banker owned Military industrial complex companies, I see.... )
With the recent push by PANDA (People Against NDAA), having success on local levels blocking the Indefinite Detention provisions, it is no surprise the defense bill passed quickly, and while so many were distracted.

Andrew Pontbriand is an activist, researcher, radio show host, Contributor at Activist Post, and Founder of The Resistance Journals. Like his Facebook Page here

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