Turn the Lights out on the FEMA CAMPS for 2013!!! Did the Senate finally realize the NDAA indefinate detention clause might be a very BAD idea?!

Turn the Lights out on the FEMA CAMPS!!! Did the Senate finally realize the NDAA indefinate detention clause might be a very BAD idea?!

 

Wow is it over?! The fema camps are all set up ready for a martial law false flag event like a neocons wet dream a nuke going off in one of our major cities followed by the zionist shadow government rounding us all up into two killer lines RED/BLUE and based on what you know about real world events are you going to play along or do we euthanize you now?! Is it even up to me?, coffins are ready, gas chambers and trains to haul you in and out of camps . Is this Prison planet nightmare over?  Well the act got voted on listen to Senator Feinstein explain the act in this youtube video then see the traitors in the senate that don’t wish you well and voted against you having any constitutional rights!!!

 

Feinstein, Lee introduce Amendment to NDAA

to protect civil liberties:  funny I thought we have a constitution! Right?!

diane and lee
L to R: Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif
Diane Feinstein\Lee  has an upsurge in conscience and realizes the NDAA might do us all  in!
Cosponsors:Baucus (MT)
Collins (ME)
Coons (DE)
DeMint (SC)
Gillibrand (NY)
Heller (NV)
Johnson (SD)
Kirk (IL)
Lautenberg (NJ)
Lee (UT)
Paul (KY)
Sanders (VT)
Tester (MT)
Webb (VA)
Whitehouse (RI)

the good guys!

Rand Paul fights for Civil Rights and supports Feinstein NDAA Admendment.

Repost from prepper podcast

WASHINGTON D.C. – Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, introduced an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act Wednesday that would protect American citizens from being indefinitely detained.

The amendment, which is cosponsored by several other Republican and Democratic senators, uses essentially the same language as the Due Process Guarantee Act, which Feinstein and Lee introduced last year. The language of the amendment assures that no authorization to use military force, war declaration, or any similar authority would allow an American apprehended in the United States to be held without charge or trial.

Security is important, and precisely because it’s important, it must not be acquired at the expense of our individual liberty.

During a discussion of their amendment on the Senate floor today, Sen. Lee said, “Senator Feinstein and I have worked closely together over the course of the past year to craft what we believe represents a very prudent course in protecting both our nation and our liberties at the same time. Security is important, and precisely because it’s important, it must not be acquired at the expense of our individual liberty. It may well be said that government’s most important basic responsibility is to protect the liberties of its citizens. Our nation has fought wars on American soil and around the world in defense of individual liberty. And we must not sacrifice this most fundamental right in pursuit of greater security, especially when we can achieve security without compromising liberty. The Feinstein-Lee amendment does precisely that.

“We must stand behind our 225-year-old founding document as it’s been amended to ensure our liberty isn’t taken away from us, to give us a path to providing for our security without jeopardizing the freedom that our American citizens cherish so much and have fought so hard and so long to protect. Granting the United States government the power to deprive its own citizens of life, liberty, or property without full due process of law goes against the very nature of our nation’s great constitutional values. This amendment, the Feinstein-Lee amendment, protects those values.”

Feinstein said, “I want to be very clear about what this amendment is and what it’s not about.

On the floor, Feinstein said, “I want to be very clear about what this amendment is and what it’s not about. It’s not about whether citizens such as (Yaser Esam) Hamdi and (Jose) Padilla or others who would do us harm should be captured, interrogated, incarcerated and severely punished. They should be. But, what about an innocent American? What about someone in the wrong place at the wrong time, with the wrong skin color?

“The beauty of our Constitution is that it gives everyone in the United States basic due process rights to a trial by a jury of their peers. That is what makes this nation great. As Justice Sandra Day O’Connor wrote for the plurality in Hamdi v. Rumsfeld, ‘(A)s critical as the government’s interest may be in detaining those who actually pose an immediate threat to the national security of the United States during ongoing international conflict, history and common sense teach us that an unchecked system of detention carries the potential to become a means for oppression and abuse of others who do not present that sort of threat.’

 This evening, the U.S. Senate voted on Amendment No. 3018 to the National Defense Authorization Act

sponsored by Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah), and co-sponsored by Sen. Rand Paul, which protects the rights prescribed to Americans in the Sixth Amendment of the Constitution with regard to indefinite detention and the right to a trial by jury.

The amendment passed, 67-29!!

U.S. Senate Roll Call Votes 112th Congress – 2nd Session as compiled through Senate LIS by the Senate Bill Clerk under the direction of the Secretary of the Senate Vote Summary

Question: On the Amendment (Feinstein Amdt. No. 3018 )
Vote Number: 213 Vote Date: November 29, 2012, 10:05 PM
Required For Majority: 1/2 Vote Result: Amendment Agreed to
Amendment Number: S.Amdt. 3018 to S. 3254 (National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013)
Statement of Purpose: To clarify that an authorization to use military force, a declaration of war, or any similar authority shall not authorize the detention without charge or trial of a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States.
Vote Counts: YEAs 67
NAYs 29
Not Voting 4

Who voted especially NO the SWINE!!! 

NAYs —29
Ayotte (R-NH)
Brown (R-MA)
Burr (R-NC)
Chambliss (R-GA)
Coats (R-IN)
Cochran (R-MS)
Cornyn (R-TX)
Grassley (R-IA)
Hatch (R-UT)
Hutchison (R-TX)
Isakson (R-GA)
Johanns (R-NE)
Johnson (R-WI)
Kyl (R-AZ)
Lieberman (ID-CT)
Lugar (R-IN)
Manchin (D-WV)
McConnell (R-KY)
Nelson (D-NE)
Portman (R-OH)
Pryor (D-AR)
Roberts (R-KS)
Rubio (R-FL)
Sessions (R-AL)
Shelby (R-AL)
Thune (R-SD)
Toomey (R-PA)
Vitter (R-LA)
Wicker (R-MS)
Not Voting – 4
Heller (R-NV)
Kirk (R-IL)
Rockefeller (D-WV)
Wyden (D-OR)

These senators above  are in my opinion worse than Scum they are traitors whom think it is appropreate for our own military to come on our own soil to lock us up WITHOUT any due process of law and NOT allowed any lawyers or trial of any kind but based on SUSPICION of colaberation with a ficticious enemy.To serve a term for to the duration of the war. And a war on Terror could take more than one lifetime. You can’t stoop lower than that I wish the good people of each senators repectful state to recall this vermon.

 

The Yea’s

Hero’s!!! And  not to fall into the trap of a secure state has to give up all liberties for security.

YEAs —67
Akaka (D-HI)
Alexander (R-TN)
Barrasso (R-WY)
Baucus (D-MT)
Begich (D-AK)
Bennet (D-CO)
Bingaman (D-NM)
Blumenthal (D-CT)
Blunt (R-MO)
Boozman (R-AR)
Boxer (D-CA)
Brown (D-OH)
Cantwell (D-WA)
Cardin (D-MD)
Carper (D-DE)
Casey (D-PA)
Coburn (R-OK)
Collins (R-ME)
Conrad (D-ND)
Coons (D-DE)
Corker (R-TN)
Crapo (R-ID)
DeMint (R-SC)
Durbin (D-IL)
Enzi (R-WY)
Feinstein (D-CA)
Franken (D-MN)
Gillibrand (D-NY)
Graham (R-SC)
Hagan (D-NC)
Harkin (D-IA)
Hoeven (R-ND)
Inhofe (R-OK)
Inouye (D-HI)
Johnson (D-SD)
Kerry (D-MA)
Klobuchar (D-MN)
Kohl (D-WI)
Landrieu (D-LA)
Lautenberg (D-NJ)
Leahy (D-VT)
Lee (R-UT)
Levin (D-MI)
McCain (R-AZ)
McCaskill (D-MO)
Menendez (D-NJ)
Merkley (D-OR)
Mikulski (D-MD)
Moran (R-KS)
Murkowski (R-AK)
Murray (D-WA)
Nelson (D-FL)
Paul (R-KY)
Reed (D-RI)
Reid (D-NV)
Risch (R-ID)
Sanders (I-VT)
Schumer (D-NY)
Shaheen (D-NH)
Snowe (R-ME)
Stabenow (D-MI)
Tester (D-MT)
Udall (D-CO)
Udall (D-NM)
Warner (D-VA)
Webb (D-VA)
Whitehouse (D-RI)

Rand Paul’s Speech in support of Amendment : Transcript

TRANSCRIPT:
I rise in support of the Feinstein-Lee amendment to prevent the indefinite detention of American citizens without a trial by jury.
In the year 1215, the English barons gathered on the plain at Runnymede. They gathered to protest against King John. They gathered for their rights as free men and they gathered for the right to trial by jury. We’ve had it enshrined in both English law and American law for 800 years. It seems a shame to scrap it now.

People say, but these terrorists are horrible people. Yes, they’re horrible people, but every day and every night if our country horrible people are accused of crimes and they are taken to court. They have an attorney on their side. They have a trial. People whom we despise – people who murder and rape are given trials by juries. We can try and we can prosecute terrorists. People say ‘but they’re terrorists.’ Well, the thing is you’re an American citizen and you are accused of terrorism. Who’s going to determine who is a terrorist and who is not a terrorist? They don’t walk around with a badge. They don’t walk around with a card that says ‘I’m from al-Qaida.’ They will be accused of a crime and there will be facts. Someone must judge the facts. That’s what a jury does.

To give up on this because we’re afraid of terrorists is to give in to the terrorists. If we give up our rights, if we relinquish our rights, haven’t the terrorists then won?

Jefferson said that the right to trial by jury was the anchor. It was the anchor by which we protect the principles of the Constitution. Senator Lafollette, a Senator from Wisconsin, said that if we give up these rights, if we are unable to protect these rights, that ultimately the bill of rights loses its value. He said let no man think that we can deny civil liberties to others and retain it for ourselves. When zealous agents of the government arrest suspected radicals without warrant, hold them without trial, deny them access to counsel and admission of bail, we have shorn the Bill of Rights of its sanctity.

I would ask today of my colleagues that we have a chance to replace fear with confidence, confidence that no terrorist will ever conquer us if we remain steadfast to our principles, the principles of our founders.

We have nothing to fear except our own unwillingness to protect our rights. If we relinquish our right to the trial by jury, we will have given up so much. Don’t let those who would instill fear let you give up the both basic of rights, a right that prevents of oppression of government and evolution or devolution into despotism. I hope my colleagues will today vote to uphold an 800-year-old tradition, a tradition that is enshrined in the body of our Constitution, a tradition that is enshrined in our Bill of Rights, and a tradition that is in every constitution of all 50 states.

Are we to give that up because we’re fearful? We can and have convicted terrorists. We’re not talking about terrorists from overseas. We’re not talking about a battlefield somewhere else. We’re talking about American citizens accused in our country.

Why should you be wary? The government has descriptions of who might be a terrorist. If you have seven days of food in your basement, you might be a terrorist. If you have weatherized ammunition, you might be a terrorist. This is what your government describes as things you should report. Know your neighbor to report your neighbor. If you have weatherized ammunition, multiple guns, food in your basement, if you like to pay by cash, if these are the characteristics for which we might be accused of terrorism, would you not at the very least still want to retain your right as an American citizen to a right to a trial by jury of your peers?

I ask that we step up today and support an ancient tradition, and I worry about a country that would let a tradition like the right to trial by jury go so easily. Thank you, Mr. President.

 

 

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