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Discussion in 'Legal' started by Seven©, Jan 19, 2008.

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  1. Seven©

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    FEMA was created in a series of Executive Orders. A Presidential Executive Order, whether Constitutional or not, becomes law simply by its publication in the Federal Registry. Congress is by-passed. Executive Order Number 12148 created the Federal Emergency Management Agency that is to interface with the Department of Defense for civil defense planning and funding. An "emergency czar" was appointed. FEMA has only spent about 6 percent of its budget on national emergencies, the bulk of their funding has been used for the construction of secret underground facilities to assure continuity of government in case of a major emergency, foreign or domestic. Executive Order Number 12656 appointed the National Security Council as the principal body that should consider emergency powers. This allows the government to increase domestic intelligence and surveillance of U.S. citizens and would restrict the freedom of movement within the United States and grant the government the right to isolate large groups of civilians. The National Guard could be federalized to seal all borders and take control of U.S. air space and all ports of entry.
     
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    This is not the forum for tinfoil hattery, black helicopters, or speculation on the trilateral commission, illuminati, or new world order.

    Our sister site, http://www.armedpolitesociety.com is.

    Furthermore, even IF the subject where on topic, it is expected that members will actually have something to say and or contribute, rather than an imperious command to "discuss!" some ball of wax or another.
     
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