U.S. Congress to vote for a declaration of war without borders

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15.05.2011.Zakonoproekt allow the U.S. president to take unilateral military action inside the country and abroad, against all nations, organizations and individuals who are suspected of that, now or in the past, supported or participated in the hostilities, or assisting in the support of military action against the United States or of any State U.S. ally.

The bill will remove the requirement for congressional approval to use military force, and give the President totalitarian dictatorial powers uchastvovatv any military action for an indefinite period of time.

He also authorized the president to carry out attacks against American citizens within the United States without any oversight from Congress.

Simply list:

* Endless War — the war will continue until all the enemies are destroyed, which will never happen.

* The lack of boundaries — the president has full power to allow military strikes against any country, organization or person, including American citizens on American soil.

* Unilateral military action — full authority to invade any country at any time without the approval of Congress.

* This absence of a clearly defined enemy — the U.S. can declare or suspect someone of terrorism or suspected of supporting the "enemies" of the U.S. and carry out an attack against them.

* The power to invade a number of countries — the president will have full authority to invade Iran, Syria, North Korea and some other countries in Africa and the Middle East, and even in Russia and China, countries that are "known" for his support of and assistance in the conduct of military operations against the United States.

The American Civil Liberties Union says:

Congress may soon vote on a new declaration of an endless war with no clear enemy in the world.

President Obama is pushing for new powers for the war. In fact, his administration has made clear that it believes that already has all the necessary powers to fight terrorism.

But Congress is considering a new bill that would give the president and all presidents after him broad authority to go to war almost anywhere and everywhere. Unlike previous authority authorizing the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, the proposed bill would allow the president to use military force anywhere in the world where terrorists allegedly hiding, irrespective of whether the damage American citizens, attacks on the United States or an imminent threat of attack. The bill is wide enough to allow the president to use military force within the United States against American citizens. In the bill there is no expiration date, as there are no criteria for determining when the President's authority to use military force will be over.

The text uses the duality of interpretation to declare an endless war.

The text uses the phrase "confirmation" of the armed conflict, which is the terminology used by the Congress to declare war on each occasion since the Second World War.

Congress affirms that —

(1) The United States is engaged in armed conflict with al-Qaida, the Taliban associated forces, and that these organizations continue to pose a threat to America and its citizens, both domestically and abroad;

(2) The President is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force during the current armed conflict with al-Qaeda, "" Taliban "and associated forces in accordance with a resolution on the use of military force;

(3) the current armed conflict for countries, organizations and individuals that are:

(A) are part of, or provide substantial support to al Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States and its coalition partners or

(B) involved in hostilities or providing direct support of military operations, organizations, or individuals described in subparagraph (A), and

(4) The powers of the President in accordance with a permit for the use of military force, including the authority for detention of belligerents, including persons described in paragraph (3), before the end of hostilities.

That's right — the moment we've all feared has come as Congress prepares to pass the right to absolute power over the military, including the right to start military operations inside the United States against American citizens.

With the killing of Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil, many were naive enough to believe that the war on terror is over.

We have already seen that the government falsified reports that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction to justify the invasion of Iraq and its oil as a prize.

We have already seen that the U.S. government is beginning to resemble a fascist, and buys, and then burns all copies of the book, where there is evidence of concealment background of September 11, 2001. The Ministry of Justice has published a leaflet, where the constitutionalists and survivalist named potential terrorists.

Just remember, while we are at war, your civil and constitutional rights are largely invalid, and are executed only if the government is willing.

Even then, they may call you a terrorist, enemy combatant or a threat to national security, and immediately you will give up in your constitutional rights.

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