Saturday, March 21, 2009

Brownshirt Act

I really wish I could get in Tammy Bruce here as her topic is on this very subject tonight. Here is a bit of information for those that may not know. Sorry my kids won't be a part of this BS. We do lots of volunteer services from nursing homes, to pet shelters to picking up garbage we see as we walk around, take food to a sick neighbor. It is being said to be a mandatory volunteer system ok well which is it...mandatory have to or volunteer only if I want to it can't be both.

Zero thinks he's Hitler, here's his brown shirts! There is enough history on this kind of venture ...

Lincoln picked up his troops to march or ride the train South for the occupation of the south and called them Transcripts. They came mainly from Chicago and NY. This aspect of Lincoln's doings is covered in the private Journal which someone knows has possession of.

Roosevelt had his personal army called WPA which he used to get early recruits for the Second WW.

Kennedy had his Peace Corp which he used in foreign Countries as he wished by the most part.

Soros has his army around the world and is using them after the model of the Peace Corp.

Now Obama comes along with his own private Army.

House adopts plan for 'volunteer' corps
Also requires new evaluation of 'mandatory' service for all

Posted: March 19, 2009
4:58 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a plan to set up a new "volunteer corps" and consider whether "a workable, fair, and reasonable mandatory service requirement for all able young people" should be developed.

The legislation also refers to "uniforms
" that would be worn by the "volunteers" and the "need" for a "public service academy, a 4-year institution" to "focus on training" future "public sector leaders." The training, apparently, would occur at "campuses."

The vote yesterday came on H.R. 1388, which reauthorizes through 2014 the National and Community Service Act of 1990 and the Domestic Volunteer Service
Act of 1973, acts that originally, among other programs, funded the AmeriCorps and the National Senior Service Corps.

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