Obama signs the NDAA and ends American Democracy: RIP America (1776-2011)

I had such high hopes for this man when I voted for him. I was so tired of seeing white men in office, even being white myself, that I wanted him to show people that they needn't conform to societal stereotypes. But he was a Trojan horse, and has now done more harm to this country than anyone President before him. I can no longer call him my president, as he has sold me into bondage. He has transformed the home of the free into a military dictatorship. It is now perfectly legal for him to come arrest me for even saying this; to lock me up without charge, detain me without recourse to trial or access to an attourney, even torture and assassinate me. And you as well, for reading this. Welcome to the rise of tyranny, my friends. I encourage you to disavow the rogue government and establish your own communal governments and police forces. No one in Washington, or commanded by them is any longer 'for the people, by the people.'

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Comment by Matt VDB on January 2, 2012 at 10:14am

Oh I still find this all highly amusing.

Particularly the injunction in the thread title that this law apparently means that the United States has stopped existing. A hundred years of slavery and women not being allowed to vote for one hundred and fifty, that was all fine, but harsher punishment on terrorists, it's just too much.

Speaking of which, are those SWAT helicopters circling your house already? After all they can torture and assassinate you legally now; I bet they can't wait to do just that.

Still nothing? My... you'd almost start thinking they're not actually interested in killing you after all.

Comment by John Camilli on January 2, 2012 at 10:04am

Rob, agreed

"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." -Ben Franklin


However, it is not our society becoming less free and just, it is our former government. I refer to them as "former" because I have renounced them as my government. From the US Declaration of Independence "...when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security."


It is our duty now to overthrow this rogue government. Stop paying your taxes, stop acknowledging the authority of the american police and military. Form your own local governments and militias until such a time as we become sufficiently unified to oust them. This is no longer our government; it is our enemy.

Comment by John Camilli on January 2, 2012 at 9:57am

Matt, you probably don't realize how close to home your jokes are hitting. Drones are already being used at Occupy rallies; there are pictures of them all over the net. Several locations have also rolled out microwave emitters and sound cannons. And december saw the unveiling of a 1.8 gigapixel, multiple-frequency helicopter drone that captures high-res images of a 65 sqare kilometer area. The use of military drones on US soil was legalized two months ago.


Not so funny anymore is it?

Comment by Rob van Senten on January 2, 2012 at 8:04am

It's always so cute to see how people are so eager to trade privacy and freedom for a (false) sense of security. Land of the free, except if you're detained indefinitely. But there's nothing to worry about, because nobody ever in the history of the US got wrongfully convicted or executed.

In their "war on terror" the US seems hellbent on becoming a less free and just society, what a pity.

Comment by Matt VDB on January 2, 2012 at 7:12am

Offensive cyberwarfare has been going on for years, with or without the public knowing. Given how instrumental information networks are these days, I don't know why anyone is shocked at the fact that future wars will be waged in cyberspace as well.



*dramatic music sets in as the lamentations of women and wailing of innocent children faints into the background*

Comment by John Camilli on January 2, 2012 at 5:43am

Will, if it were possible to know anything real about a candidate besides what he or she looks like, I would have voted for someone because I knew what they stood for. As it is, I believe the Presidential election process is a facade of choice aimed at placating people. I'm a hairless ape, bro, and so are you, and so were our ancestors, and they all fucked each other along with a slew of other homonids, so where the idea of ratial superiority crops up in that is beyond me.


ANYWAY, John D, my language about NDAA is not hyperbolic, which you would know if you had read the bill, but I understand if you didn't because it's over 900 pages long. If anything, my language is far too soft for describing what Obama and the congress has just done. I was going to post a synopsis of the particularly nasty parts of the bill here, but A/N's forum is so clumsy that I would have had to break it into three sections, and redo all of the formatting. Instead I'll just post a link to it that I posted on another site. If you haven't taken the time to read the bill yourself, please go look at this post. It's comment #12, is about a page and a half long, and uses direct quotes from the bill to blatantly spells out the unconstitutional arrest and detainment aspects therein, as well as an amendment that grants the DoD permission to wage covert, OFFENSIVE cyberwarfare.

Comment by Frankie Dapper on January 1, 2012 at 8:06pm

Will Faithless, it is very dissapointing to read your racist rant. If you did not know he is white too.

And John C. I am also dissapointed in Obama but he is hardly our worst president.

Comment by 1311 on January 1, 2012 at 3:55pm

I hear you on that John very loud and clear.  They passed this law when they knew that everyone would be very busy with the holiday getting drunk and having fun.  That's when they pass the most dangerous laws. Keep people away from what's REALLY going on behind the scenes.  They are a bunch of traitorous assholes.  Did you know that most people don't even know that this law has just passed?  They're like, "There's no way they could ever pass something like that. Where did you get that from?" Completely clueless!

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