This is what I know so far from the mentioned below! Now I'm going to reach very far on a plausible but arguable theory, it is far fetched I, 100%
agree, but for whatever the reason that's what I keep conjuring up. You know all those supposed fema camps and the coffins stored everywhere that
everyone keeps talking about and all those youtube vids. What if the real reason for them was to house all the draft dodgers and people that were
against the US military complex during a declared time of war! You can either participate or relocate to a local centralized FEMA camp for sentencing.
With the population of today, jails I imagine could not support such an influx of people.
Now this is just a theory but seriously think about it, hypothetically how convenient would those resources be. And the question that has to be asked
would a WWIII scenario require a Draft in our present day? What would your position be as an American citizen regarding this? I don't know much but
I'd sure like to find out what other might think.
p.s. also I believe that highlighting such scenarios helps avoid them in the first place
The info below might provide some education for some.
The United States has employed conscription (mandatory military service, also called "the draft") several times, usually during war but also during
the Cold War. It discontinued the draft in 1973, moving to an all-volunteer force. However, males aged 18-26 are required to register with the
Selective Service System, which remains as a contemporary plan in the event that a draft is needed. Knowing and willful refusal to present oneself for
and submit to registration as ordered is punishable by a maximum penalty of up to five years in Federal prison and/or a fine of US$250,000, although
there have been no prosecutions of draft registration resisters since 1987. en.wikipedia.org...
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1. CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT AUTHORIZE A DRAFT. A crisis occurs which requires more troops than the volunteer military can supply. Congress passes
and the President signs legislation which starts a draft. It should be noted that the President cannot initiate a draft on his own. Congress would
first have to pass legislation (both the House and Senate), and the President would have to sign the bill into law.
2. THE LOTTERY. A lottery based on birthdays determines the order in which registered men are called up by Selective Service. The first to be called,
in a sequence determined by the lottery, will be men whose 20th birthday falls during that year, followed, if needed, by those aged 21, 22, 23, 24 and
25. 18-year-olds and those turning 19 would probably not be drafted.
3. ALL PARTS OF SELECTIVE SERVICE ARE ACTIVATED. The Agency activates and orders its State Directors and Reserve Forces Officers to report for duty.
4. PHYSICAL, MENTAL, AND MORAL EVALUATION OF REGISTRANTS. Registrants with low lottery numbers are ordered to report for a physical, mental, and moral
evaluation at a Military Entrance Processing Station to determine whether they are fit for military service. Once he is notified of the results of the
evaluation, a registrant will be given 10 days to file a claim for exemption, postponement, or deferment. For details, see Military Enlistment
Standards. It is possible that Congress could decide to lessen the standards during a draft. However, Congress would have to do so by either including
the changed standards in the draft legislation, or by separate legislative action.
5. LOCAL AND APPEAL BOARDS ACTIVATED AND INDUCTION NOTICES SENT. Local and Appeal Boards will process registrant claims. Those who pass the military
evaluation will receive induction orders. An inductee will have 10 days to report to a local Military Entrance Processing Station for induction.
6. FIRST DRAFTEES ARE INDUCTED. According to current plans, Selective Service must deliver the first inductees to the military within 193 days from
the effective date of draft legislation.
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