Is martial law next?

2/6/2009:

Martial Law imminent?

One Hoboken411 reader is quite concerned with our government, and the future of our country. He thought you might get some interest out of this video.

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MidnightRacer
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Here we go…

wiki says:

[quote]Established under Title 10 and Title 32 of the U.S. Code, state National Guard serves as part of the first-line defense for the United States.[3] The state National Guard is divided up into units stationed in each of the 50 states and U.S. territories and operates under their respective state governor or territorial adjutant general [4]. The National Guard may be called up for active duty by state governors or territorial adjutant general to help respond to domestic emergencies and disasters[/quote]

strand tramp
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strand tramp
[quote comment=”138335″][quote comment=”138323″]——– i would be inclined to think the US Govt is prepping for domestic violence following a full crash in our financial system. we are closer than most people think. have we seen any activity on the part of the National Guard recently? you all do understand that the Nat Guard is NOT in place to guard our shores from invaders right? the National Guard has one main purpose and that is to guard the Govt from the people.[/quote] Correct if I’m wrong, but wasn’t the National Guard set up originally in order that each state would have its own standing army to defend each state against federal tyranny (or forced fundamental nation change)? The way I think I understand it is that each state controls its own National Guard as that state’s sole and loyal military in the event that something fundamentally goes wrong with the country. At that point, each governor of each state of the union may call upon it to defend both the borders, sovereignty and constitutional rights declared to it against a tyrannical threat from centralized government which seeks to overturn the nation. Is that about right?[/quote] no i do not think that is exactly right. after all, the constitution prevents the POTUS from sending troops to any state without the expressed permission of that states Governor. (please note Katrina events.) but the national guard, as established, is under the control of the POTUS i believe? but i do know that the NG… Read more »
bmacqueens
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From http://www.acuratings.org/ The American Conservative Union’s rankings of legislators in Congress. The sponsor of this bill gets just about a zero score, never takes the ACU’s position. This is on par with Charlie Rangel’s score. By contrast, Boehner of Ohio got approx. a 94%. These numbers were posted in 2007. Now, considering that the liberals and Democrats hated everything to do with Department of Homeland Security and have been trying to shut down Gitmo since 9/13/2001, you tinfoil-hat crackpots want us to believe that this ultra-liberal from Florida want to create re-education camps, right out of Stalinist Russia, or maybe the movie “Red Dawn.” Hello, you stupid, dipshit idiots — he’s from Florida, which has been annihilated by hurricanes several times in the past few years. Does it ever occur in your sub-gerbil sized gray matter that perhaps, just perhaps, he’s thinking about the possibility of another Hurricane Katrina or Charlie roaring across the state and wiping out the entire Atlantic coastline? Nah. Can’t be. This is actually an ultra-liberal attempt to re-create Gitmo here, so that weenies with no guns and who wouldn’t know how to use one if given the chance (i.e., liberals) can imprison frothing-at-the-mouth lunatics who have gigantic personal amories and carry .45 S&W’s to Cub Scout meetings (i.e., conservatives). Lemme make sure I really, truly understand your theory … under cover of night, a smattering of gays, lesbians, vegetarians and people who want to smoke pot are going to forcibly attack, seize, convict and imprison… Read more »
brian_g
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brian_g

Katie and I got a little too heated before the election.

MidnightRacer
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[quote comment=”138323″]——– i would be inclined to think the US Govt is prepping for domestic violence following a full crash in our financial system. we are closer than most people think. have we seen any activity on the part of the National Guard recently? you all do understand that the Nat Guard is NOT in place to guard our shores from invaders right? the National Guard has one main purpose and that is to guard the Govt from the people.[/quote]

Correct if I’m wrong, but wasn’t the National Guard set up originally in order that each state would have its own standing army to defend each state against federal tyranny (or forced fundamental nation change)? The way I think I understand it is that each state controls its own National Guard as that state’s sole and loyal military in the event that something fundamentally goes wrong with the country. At that point, each governor of each state of the union may call upon it to defend both the borders, sovereignty and constitutional rights declared to it against a tyrannical threat from centralized government which seeks to overturn the nation.

Is that about right?

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