Acts Against Americans
Worth watching: Acts Against Americans
I’ve seen that roped, gagged, blindfolded, handcuffed, hooded video segment before. But there is absolutely no reason that such treatment should have been used, or still being used. Just an example of what this country is willing to do to “suspects” (remember, none were convicted of anything when this was filmed).
But this is pretty minor considering how many other atrocities have occurred (and still occur).
The danger here, which should be perfectly obvious, is the treatment that we have engaged with “foreign combatants” can now be exercised upon anyone, including Americans. This means torture, imprisonment, kidnapping, rendition, even assassination, with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
And now to add insult to ongoing and grievous injury — the loss of citizenship, the Enemy Expatriation Act promises to pull both of these “authorizations” together against, anyone, anywhere for any reason.
Exactly how bad is it going to get in this country?
Well, isn’t it already obvious?