The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby kapitokrug » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:45 pm

cat wrote:
Sandman wrote:
cat wrote:The Obama administration is trying to reinstate it, they proposed it.


As with the FEMA camps, the problem with your argument isn't that you're inventing policy, it's that you're inventing intent behind the policy for which there is no evidence. I don't necessarily agree with NDAA, and I'm sure not many people on this board do either, but there are plenty of completely valid and reasonable legal and ethical arguments being made for it by the administration, none of which involve reptilian illuminati wizards controlling the earth from a bunker at the core.


It was not my intent to bring in illuminati in the thread.

However, do you not know that almost all of our presidents are blood related to each other, including Obama, they have a common ancestor chased back to one of the king in England? Is it a coincidence or planned?

Why would Obama be so keen on destroy our Constitution?.....


Is that ancestor from the House of York or Plantagenet? :-P
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby Kane » Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:59 pm

If there's reptoids, I'm so there.
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby cat » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:20 am

kapitokrug2 wrote:
cat wrote:
Sandman wrote:
cat wrote:The Obama administration is trying to reinstate it, they proposed it.


As with the FEMA camps, the problem with your argument isn't that you're inventing policy, it's that you're inventing intent behind the policy for which there is no evidence. I don't necessarily agree with NDAA, and I'm sure not many people on this board do either, but there are plenty of completely valid and reasonable legal and ethical arguments being made for it by the administration, none of which involve reptilian illuminati wizards controlling the earth from a bunker at the core.


It was not my intent to bring in illuminati in the thread.

However, do you not know that almost all of our presidents are blood related to each other, including Obama, they have a common ancestor chased back to one of the king in England? Is it a coincidence or planned?

Why would Obama be so keen on destroy our Constitution?.....


Is that ancestor from the House of York or Plantagenet? :-P


http://wakeup-world.com/2011/07/04/are- ... s-related/

Think about it, this is weird, why so many American presidents related to European royal families?, espectially the British?
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby cat » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:22 am

Kane wrote:If there's reptoids, I'm so there.


You want to be with the giant lizards? They crave human fresh and blood, so I heard.
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby Boris Johnson » Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:11 pm

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Kane wrote:If there's reptoids, I'm so there.


You want to be with the giant lizards? They crave human fresh and blood, so I heard.

From this guy?

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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby eynon81 » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:08 pm

Boris Johnson wrote:If the appeal fails will you admit the Illuminati are not all powerful?


so...if it doesn't fail does that mean you'll admit they are all powerful?

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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby eynon81 » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:12 pm

Sandman wrote:Conspiracy theorists are, IMO, people who have glimpsed the uncontrolled chaos that is life in the universe, and it scared the living shit out of them. So they imagine an all-powerful group of people controlling every single event that happens on earth, from economic downturns to wars to tsunamis to terrorist attacks, because at the end of the day a malevolent God is more comforting to them than the prospect of no God at all. Plus, it gives them some identity, some meaning in life, to be pretending to fight this global battle of good VS evil with them as the central Paul Revere character. They are special, they are the "awakened ones" and the rest of humanity are just "sheep".
I like your theory. Totally fits with what I'm hearing on Coast to Coast AM.

But I repeat, if they really bought into any of their own horseshit, they wouldn't be on a computer trying to convince weirdos on a message board, forwarding youtube videos in between smoke breaks at their fast food jobs. They'd be flying planes into IRS buildings or something.


heh...I saw what you did there.
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby Boris Johnson » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:22 pm

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Boris Johnson wrote:If the appeal fails will you admit the Illuminati are not all powerful?


so...if it doesn't fail does that mean you'll admit they are all powerful?

No, but I might build a little shrine to Adam Weishaupt.
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby Homer » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:21 am

cat wrote:The do meet together and plot. The Bilderberg has meeting every year, they just have one this year at a Virginia hotel near Dulles International Airport .


So the Bilderberg group is a powerful, mysterious organisation which secretly runs the world, but they apparently can't hold a meeting without the location being made public knowledge?
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Re: The NDAA's Indefinite Detention Clause Isn't Dead Yet

Postby Professor » Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:22 pm

So, how does Tom Hanks figure into all this?
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