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Posted: 3/20/2002 2:10:51 PM EDT
Just came across this while surfing World Net Daily. Could it be true? What would you do if it is? http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=26889
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 2:13:11 PM EDT
Can one of you techno wizards make this link active? I think it's pretty important. Thanks, muz
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 2:16:53 PM EDT
Originally Posted By muzlblast: Just came across this while surfing World Net Daily. Could it be true? What would you do if it is? [url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=26889[/url]
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Link Posted: 3/20/2002 2:17:35 PM EDT
[url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=26889[/url]
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Link Posted: 3/20/2002 2:48:49 PM EDT
I have read it. Yes, it is bad as they say. Martial law by governor declaration and most if not all your constitutional rights are down the drain.
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 2:59:24 PM EDT
If you’re interested you can read the bill that passed the Florida Senate today (3-20-02) by a vote of 34-0 [url=http://www.leg.state.fl.us/cgi-bin/view_page.pl?Tab=session&Submenu=1&FT=D&File=sb1262e1.html&Directory=session/2002/Senate/bills/billtext/html/] here[/url]. I think this may be a “watered down” version as described in the WnetDaily article. Mike
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 9:16:27 PM EDT
Well, let's add to the paranoia... A few years back, a lot of states passed laws that National Guard troops, when on duty, had the same powers (govt has powers, not rights) of search and arrest as a regular police officer. But, to make matters worse, many states have reciprocal agreements... when a National Guardsman is in your state doing whatever in times of emergency, he has the same powers and such as a homeboy NG. What does this mean? It means, your state gov can declare an emergency for whatever reason... flood, earthquake, hurricane, bio/chem/etc terrorist attack... and call out the Guard. He can also borrow NG from other states to help out. They all have the power to search, seize, arrest. Not only that, there was another thread re ammo sales restrictions from LC. I read that, but it was not what I thought... there are backdoor ways to restrict gun rights, by denying you ammo. There have already been cases in some states where ammo sales were temporarily halted during, for example, 4th of July weekend, or the immediate aftermath of a hurricane, and other temporary "emergencies". So, if they can deny you your 2nd Amendment rights for a few days, why not longer?
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 9:23:17 PM EDT
When are these frickin states and leaders realize that they can grab all the peoples rights during an emergency that they want and they still arn't going to have control over the situations that they are proposing. If a bomb goes off or a hurricane hits or a tornado demolishes your town or a city gets bioed passing laws to outlaw property, guns etc. Is not going to give them control over the situation. Benjamin
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 9:28:11 PM EDT
Sorry, Benny, but you are misreading hte intent of the measures... They are not intended or conceived to gain control of a natural disaster or terrorist activity, they are intended to gain control of US. Period. By disarming us - by means fair or foul - the government creates a monopoly on force, with us being the poor schmucks ont he wrong side of the sights. Period. Martial law during and after a disaster simply gives them the ability to pass unpopular measures without the hassle of dealing with the Legislature... FFZ
Link Posted: 3/20/2002 9:35:56 PM EDT
All the more reason to keep a distributed ammo stash.
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