posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 10:20 PM
What's going on and why is the NDAA so important for the president. I can think of three scenarios why they are trying to sneak the provisions past
congress and the American people.
First, we need the NDAA in place to imprison the nearly 1.5 million Iranians when we finally go to war with Iran. This is just a preparation for a war
where nukes or nuclear pollution from bombing reactors might result. I can imagine the Iranian community here in the US protesting and becoming
violent when the death toll climbs into the hundreds if thousands. And while preppers are paranoid and think that they the target of fema camps and
the NDAA, I believe its really a provision for internment like they did with Japanese during WWII.
Second, that there already citizens being held presumably under an executive order signed under an emergency power or under the congressional
authorization on the war on terror. The NDAA is the codification into law of that executive order which is necessary because the emergency powers of
the president are meant to be temporary and I would say that the 911 emergency has long passed. A lot of the legislation under Obama that has passed
recently that assaults the constitution seems to be the codification of executive orders from W Bush that will be exhausted once the emergency is
Third, and this one is a little conspiratorial and based on the video footage of a missile hitting the pentagon and the lack of plane wreckage. The
lack of wreckage begs the questions where is the plane. Likewise with flight 93, where are the bodies, the seats, and the wreckage. Assuming that the
911 planes were landed elsewhere and the passengers detained to hide the false flag, that detainment would have had to be authorized by executive
order. The NDAA would be the law that codifies the executive order into law and enables the continued detainment of these people. Imagine the public
furor if it were revealed that these people were still alive and that would make the NDAA the most important legislation for the presidency, ever.
Either way, the NDAA is super important and it should not surprise anyone that they will try a legislative slight of hand to keep it.
IMO I believe that we have been under a continuous string of declarations of emergency for decades, possibly extending back to Roosevelt or even FDR
and that there are many secret and classified executive orders that have greatly enhanced the powers of the president to the point where the
constitution is now threatened. If we could have a decade or two of peace, I believe we would see a great change in the country for the better.