Topic: Freedom smashing legislation in the USA


As of June 17th 2011 from : www.activistpost.com/p/documentslegislation-research.html
See above link for latest listing or to submit new relevant legislation. You find also a small list of freedom enhancing legislation including bills that have not yet become legal - which means you can support it by putting pressure on representatives.


The Livable Communities Act -- S. 1619.  Chris Dodd is helping to embody the spirit of the UN's Agenda 21, which would reshape entire neighborhoods in any way the federal government pleases.  Local officials will be pressured to comply with federal standards from a new permanent bureaucracy "Interagency Council on Sustainable Communities."

Food Safety Accountability Act -- S. 3767.  More power for the FDA, enabling up to 10-year prison sentences for supplement makers.

Food Safety and Tracking Improvement Act -- S. 425.  The companion to H.R. 875 seeks to regulate organic and home gardening. 

Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 -- H.R. 875.  A bill created for Monsanto.  Introduced by Rosa DeLauro whose husband is connected to Monsanto. 

Food Safety Modernization Act -- S. 510.  Blanket authority for federal agencies to impose international guidelines on food producers.  Extends the power of the FDA, and seeks almost 4,000 new bureaucrats to be hired in 2010.


American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 -- H.R. 2454.  This has been passed in the House, and awaits Senate approval.  This goes even beyond the Lieberman-Warner bill.  This is a cap-and-trade bill which, under the guise of clean energy and saving the planet from debatable man-made global warming, includes such draconian measures as requiring a license of energy compliance in order to sell your own home. 


Weather Mitigation Research and Development Policy Authorization Act of 2009  -- S. 610.  A bill sponsored by Kay Bailey Hutchinson to officially, and openly, establish an office to research weather modification and control.


USA Patriot Act -- Perhaps the greatest overhaul of personal freedoms of American citizens that could have been contrived.   

Protect America Act -- Warrantless wiretapping authority.

Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 -- H.R. 1955.  Passed The House October 23, 2007.  Seeks to introduce American citizens to a total lack of due process including, but not limited to: surveillance, detention without charge, thought crime, and the role of the Internet.

Enemy Belligerent, Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010 -- S. 3081.  A bill to provide for the interrogation and detention of enemy belligerents who commit hostile acts against the United States, to establish certain limitations on the prosecution of such belligerents for such acts, and for other purposes. 


Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act -- S. 3804.  This could be the key legislation that, if passed, will end free speech on the Internet.  Sponsored by Patrick Leahy, this would allow the U.S. Department of Justice the power to block sites in the U.S., or block overseas sites by court order.

International Cyberspace and Cybersecurity Coordination Act of 2010  -- S. 3193.  the federal government would have "absolute power" to shut down the Internet under the terms of the new U.S. Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Barack Obama a figurative "kill switch" to seize control of the World Wide Web in response to a Homeland Security directive.   

The Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act -- S.3480.  Yet another bill aimed to give dictatorial power to the U.S. president.  This bill gives the president complete power to shut down the Internet for up to 120 days without Congressional approval.

Securing Aircraft From Explosives Responsibly: Advanced Imaging Recognition ("SAFER AIR") Act -- Making body scanners mandatory among other health and privacy violations. 


CENTCOM "Rapid Response Media Team" -- Special media division in Iraq to be sure the "correct" story is being sold.

Expressing support for the State of Israel's right to defend Israeli sovereignty -- H. Res. 1553.  The propaganda behind this resolution is covered in an Activist Post article HERE.


Debt Free America Act -- H.R. 4646.  This bill will create a 1% tax on every transaction at the bank.  This is not the way to get America out of debt; stopping the wars would be the correct way to start.

National Emergency Centers Establishment Act -- H.R. 645.  This is the bill that allows for the creation of FEMA camps (concentration camps) in America to be used for whatever purpose deemed necessary by the Secretary of Homeland Security.

DE-CLASSIFIED GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS (by the US government officially admitted crimes)

Operation Northwoods -- Proof of U.S. government-organized false flag operation in 1962 designed to blame Cuba for a terror attack.

Gulf of Tonkin -- Justifying entrance into the Vietnam War.

Project For a New American Century "Rebuilding America's Defenses" --  The now infamous document from 2000 citing the need for a "New Pearl Harbor-type Event" to galvanize support for a War on Terror.  For comprehensive information about the change to a preemptive war doctrine, visit Information Clearing House.

Alberto Gonzalez Torture Memo -- The get-tough memo that led to Guantanamo atrocities.

State Department Memorandum 200 -- Released in 1974, this is the official discussion of government control over population and food distribution and pricing.  Extremely relevant in 2010.  Henry Kissinger gave a keynote speech where he discussed using food as a weapon.

Rex 84 -- Over 1,000 pages, of which Operation Garden Plot is a subprogram.  The military's plan to impose martial law and intern dissidents in concentration camps.


Re: Freedom smashing legislation in the USA

There is an article on "7 (true or not so true) reasons for new freedom smashing legislation" here http://www.reportsfromearth.com/274/7-t … gislation/

..that also includes 2 powerful psychological effects (Milgram and Asch) in humans that media use to push new "security" laws amongst other things.