Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Can the Military Attack Civilians?

Tom's Journal.

Yes~  Read 'em and weep, America !!    "Never say Never!"   When a nation turns against the God of the KJV Bible, they will eventually be turned over to the devil for some nasty punishment, even as ancient Israel was allowed to be taken over by other heathen nations, to suffer big time !   Nothing ever changes, as I've found out after many years of Bible and History study and reading....  sorry.  
    I would like of think, hope and pray that these horrible things will take place AFTER the Rapture, but we Christian Believers are ready, willing and able [with the Grace from above] to take on and deal with what ever comes down the pike.   BTW,  someone 'close to me told me that he/ she didn't care to pray for the Rapture to come soon....  because that would mean that her kids, etc., would be left behind.  But the time does not belong to we humans on earth --- but to God Almighty.   I think that, if people feel that way about the loss of their kids and relatives -- they ought to share the Gospel with them, like yesterday !!!    Because,  just attending some church as if it was a 'Social Club' and helping others [good works] won't help a person...  sorry.     Realistically,  it seems to me that 'praying to God to speed up the time of the Rapture isn't all that sound, or proper.'  I feel that it is too insulting and condescending for us mere mortals to suggest that God doesn't know when to do something.  "Ours is not to ponder why --- Ours is but to do or die."    That's the worldly way of saying it....    "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart;  and lean not unto thine own understanding."  ~Proverbs 3: 5.   Also,   HAPPINESS is a bi-product of serving God.  
     I came back to revise this blog post because I just didn't want it hanging in the wrong direction, and was using my emotions, before, instead of the Spirit.    And I decided to not make the long trip to S.E. Wisconsin today.... and maybe some other time....  sorry to the ones who expected me to come.


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Hello Ruth

Can the Military Attack Civilians?
During my talk radio career – one of many professional hats I’ve worn – there was a question that listeners asked with increasing frequency after the Department of Homeland Security was created and rumors of the construction of internment camps began to circulate.
With the election of President Barack Obama, and his penchant for using executive orders to bypass Congress and the Constitution, the question cropped up even more frequently.
The question boils down to this: “Can the United States military imprison or kill American citizens on American soil?”
And before anyone scoffs at the notion of the military being turned on citizens, recall that in 2013 U.S. Senator Rand Paul conducted the longest filibuster in recent Senate history as he demanded that Obama affirm that he would not use drones to kill U.S. citizens on American soil.
As the hours wore on, Paul was joined by other conservative, libertarian, and Tea Party affiliated members of the Senate in his filibuster. Even one Democrat came on board.
So it is a valid question.
Can the United States military imprison or kill American citizens on American soil?
The answer is, “Yes.”
Yes, the U.S. military can imprison or kill American citizens on American soil.
Now I bet some of you, with good reason, are asking: “What about the Posse Comitatus Act? Doesn’t that forbid the use of the military against Americans here in the U.S.?”
The answer to that question is, “No, not always.”
This week, the good people over at ZeroHedge pulled together the information about the use of the military against citizens that you need to know and that you need to share with your friends and family.
The article is, Under What Conditions Can the U.S. Army Engage Citizens: The Army’s “Civil Disturbances” Primer.
I highly recommend you open and read the entire piece. Not only does it provide you with specific information about how the U.S. military can be used to imprison and kill Americans on U.S. soil, it provides you with the links to the government documents that purportedly authorize the military to take such actions under certain circumstances.
Those documents include:
1) ATP 3-39.33 Civil Disturbances (April 2014) which, among other aspects, lays out various scenarios where the U.S. military can be used against American citizens. As ZeroHedge puts it: “In other words, if and when the US Armed Forces decide that rioting infringes upon any of these exclusions, then the constitution no longer applies and the use of lethal force becomes a viable option against US citizens.”
2) FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations (February 2010) which ZeroHedge points out allows for Americans to “be herded into ‘temporary internment camps’ for reindoctrination purposes under the supervision of PSYOP Officer.”
ZeroHedge concludes that, based on these documents, “[I]f and when the time comes to "override" Posse Comitatus, random U.S. citizens may have two options: i) end up in the US version of a Gulag or, worse, ii) be shot.”
As always, I prefer that you read the source documents for yourself – that’s what we as self-reliant individuals should do.
Once you’ve assessed the documents for yourself, you can draw your own conclusions about whether the U.S. military could ever be turned against American citizens to conduct lethal or internment maneuvers.
Once you reach your conclusion, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Write me at
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