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NDAA: the end of the Bill of Rights

Updated on January 8, 2012

the end of America

While you were out partying on New Year's Eve, our president was signing a bill called the NDAA. Guess what this stands for? Though the initials NDAA mean the National Defense Authorization Act, it reall means the END OF AMERICA and the end of the BILL OF RIGHTS. According to this bill, any American can be detained for any suspicion of being a national security issue. It does not define what that issue is. Being detained means being put in one of those FEMA camps I mentioned in an earlier hub. This is all conducted completely outside the protection of law, with no jury, no trial, no legal representation and not even any requirement that the government produce evidence against the accused. This is like deleting our Bill of Rights.

Why do we need the Bill of Rights? It keeps us free as citizens. With this law we are all under suspicion. In other words, you're guilty until proven innocent. This law is a violation of our Constitution and our Rights as citizens. I see bad things about to happen. First, it will be the protestors, than anyone who is against the government in any way and finally, Big Brother will start apprehending those who speak against him. They will find people who write hubs against the process and detain them as well.

The bigger question is, who put the gun to the government's head? I don't think any right minded politician would sign this without scare tactics. Maybe we should ask the Illuminati.

We are one more step towards a One World Government and the Anti_Christ. Consider this the rantings of a crazy person or start looking this stuff up.


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    • ArtzGirl profile image

      ArtzGirl 6 years ago from San Diego

      You are a good writer, thanks for making us aware of this issue.

    • DavePrice profile image

      DavePrice 6 years ago from Sugar Grove, Ill

      Think everyone is afraid to comment? They should be, if they understand the vast scope of this act on the rights of American citizens. Thanks for having the courage to speak up on a very dangerous issue.