The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
December 15, 2011

The White House is ‘signing off’ on a bill that will officially end America (freedom) as we know it — The military will now potentially be able to detain foreign and domestic “terror suspects” at will. 

The Obama administration announced it’s full support on Wednesday.

An excerpt from CBS reads;

The administration abandoned its long-held veto threat due to changes in the final version of the bill, namely that in its view, the military custody mandate has been “softened.” The bill now gives the President the immediate power to issue a waiver of the military custody requirement, instead of the Defense Secretary, and gives the President discretion in implementing these new provisions.

 “We have concluded that the language does not challenge or constrain the President’s ability to collect intelligence, incapacitate dangerous terrorists, and protect the American people, and the President’s senior advisors will not recommend a veto,” the White House statement said.

The detainee provisions are just one part of the annual NDAA authorizing $662 billion in federal defense spending next year.

While the bill never expanded the authority

If Obama signs the bill it could cause great controversy amongst the populace.

“By signing this defense spending bill, President Obama will go down in history as the president who enshrined indefinite detention without trial in U.S. law,” Kenneth Roth stated “In the past, Obama has lauded the importance of being on the right side of history, but today he is definitely on the wrong side.” 

Get ready for Nazi style covert and/or blatant  ‘snatch-n-grabs’ of protesters, constitutionalists, and ‘domestic terrorists’ (otherwise known as U.S. citizens).

The potential now remains for the activation of the secret presidential Red & Blue List.

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