posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 05:32 PM
What is funny to me is each one of these kinds of topics is met with an abstract discussion, rather then a practical one. Folks go on about "oh, it
doesn't mean anything, they happen all the time" when we have to ask, in practical terms: why do it if it means nothing. This was the reply to NDAA,
and now, the gov is saying, "hey, we want the right to detain anyone, for anything, it is our right" though court challenge and the world is quiet.
In this case, lets add the two parts NDAA and this EO and look at the practical nature of them with a simply question:
You are driving back home from movies. A nice Friday night was had by the two kids and the wife, and you are driving your 99 Camry home after getting
ice cream. In the rear view mirror you see a black SUV, with no markings, not top light-bar but some on dash flashing lights. You don't if it's kids
or something serious. You don't know what to do as there was no PSA about what to do, so you drive to a lighted area when the truck cuts you off and
tells you to get out of the car. They offer no ID, they have no ID on the car: Keep in mind, failure to act in a manner consistent with complete
compliance with any authority, is automatic detainment due to NDAA, as such actions, are, automatically considered suspect by nature. Yet, submission
to a gun and black van is stupid by nature.
What do you do?