Do Obama’s Actions Reveal Hidden Agenda to Declare Martial Law?

Do Obama’s Executive Orders Reveal A Pattern?

President Barack Hussein “kill list” Obama has offered over 900 Executive Orders (EO), and he is not even through his first term.  He is creating a wonderland of government controls covering everything imaginable, including a list of “Emergency Powers” and martial law EOs.  And while Obama is busy issuing EOs to control everything inside the US, he has been issuing EOs to force us to submit to international regulations instead of our US Constitution.

And comments by North Carolina governor Beverly Perdue and former OMB director Peter Orszag only contribute to this pattern.

Is it now time to start connecting the dots?  Obama signed EO 13603 on March 22, 2012.  Then he signed EO 13617 on June 25, 2012, declaring a national emergency.  Then he signed EO 13618 on July 6, 2012.

In EO 13603, entitled, “National Defense Resources Preparedness,” Obama says (among other things) that [we must]:

be prepared, in the event of a potential threat to the security of the United States, to take actions necessary to ensure the availability of adequate resources and production capability, including services and critical technology, for national defense requirements;

Obama has the power, through this EO, to “nationalize” (not seize) private assets in order to protect national interests.  Further, the EO effectively states that he can:

1.   “identify” requirements for emergencies

2.   “assess” the capability of the country’s industrial and technological base

3.   “be prepared” to ensure the availability of critical resources in time of national threat

4.   “improve the efficiency” of the industrial base to support national defense

5.   “foster cooperation” between commercial and defense sectors

There are pundits that suggest that by signing  EO 13603, Obama has given himself power to declare martial law and suspend elections.

 (You should read the rest)
Then there is this:
Isn’t it the Left that is always telling us we should listen to whistle blowers? And didn’t they believe the same sort of warnings when they were said about Bush?  ;-)

22 thoughts on “Do Obama’s Actions Reveal Hidden Agenda to Declare Martial Law?

  1. So funny you should post this today. I was talking about the same thing on another blog. What I posted was this to save time:

    I predict Obama’s and Axelrod’s smugness revolves around the fact they know there will be no election. There will instead be a well timed, highly orchestrated massive outbreak of civil unrest which will lead to martial law being enforced, and the elections being held.

    The only way to stop this is if people start taking seriously the issues surrounding the legality of Obama’s Presidency. We have to get him out of office before its too late. The wimps in Congress need to wake up and do something to stop the destruction of America. By any means necessary? That’s a pretty loaded statement. For us, it may the only statement that matters right now.

    ————————–

    My use of “by any means necessary” refers to a memo sent out by the Obama administration regarding re-election strategies for the Usurper in Chief. Part of that memo included the statement that Obama must be re-elected “by any means necessary.”

    • LOL, well, you know, one could take the really conspiratorial view of all those unelected, unapproved “Czars” as “Ministers of” and assume they are the people in waiting to take over the many federal agencies once Congress is suspended ;-)

  2. It just kills some people that Obama was fairly elected, they just cannot bring themselves to admit it, preferring instead to indulge each other’s paranoid fantasies about this guy who is ‘different’ from the rest of us.
    You might want to provide a link to this alleged memo, or risk being marginalized as conspiracy nutcase.

    • “It just kills some people that Obama was fairly elected, they just cannot bring themselves to admit it, preferring instead to indulge each other’s paranoid fantasies about this guy who is ‘different’ from the rest of us.
      You might want to provide a link to this alleged memo, or risk being marginalized as conspiracy nutcase.”

      No so fast G. Have you read any of these Executive Orders? B did post several of these Executive Orders, and I will share the first link with you in a differently formatted source citation:

      National Defense Resources Preparedness
      A Presidential Document by the Executive Office of the President on 03/22/2012
      Executive Order 13603 of March 16, 2012

      https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2012/03/22/2012-7019/national-defense-resources-preparedness

      Now I would ask you to pick up your pocket Constitution, and then read this Executive Order printed on a piece of paper. Make notes in the margins of anything that sounds outwardly out of order, then go back and look for ambiguous statements such as this: “(a) identify requirements for the full spectrum of emergencies, including essential military and civilian demand;”

      Sounds innocent enough, right?

      Now I understand the stated purpose of this Executive Order is to ensure that resources could be gathered in a time of need, but we had that prior to the start of WWII. Upon the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the American industrial base ramped up in a history show of industrial strength, other commodities were rationed, and the military had everything it needed to wage a World War in fairly short order … all without this Executive Order. But here it is, in all it’s glory.

      You see, it’s not what is written that frightens everyone … it’s what is not written, and speculated upon that has everyone in a state of fright, and frankly … objectively I cannot blame them.

      This Executive Order with one fell swoop of a blanket gives this President so much power to extend the Federal Government in a “time of need” deemed by him, and his secretaries without the benefit of a single uttered word of the Congress, and the Supreme Court (which defends the public’s interests), that anyone who truly understood the concept of enumerated powers would likely have to end up on some anti-anxiety medication.

      Now the naysayers are going to say that everyone is overreacting, and that may be so. But I implore you to look back at the knee-jerk reaction of Bush II to the 9/11 attacks, and really think about the liberties we’ve lost since that time. Even though Bush II had the nation in his heart, his response was inappropriate to our liberty, and thus he was wrong then. And Obama is wrong now for extending those already overreaching powers of the Federal Government.

      As a “Constitutional Lawyer”, how in the heck could he not even see this himself?

      • Roosevelt signed many executive orders, Augger, including 9066, which authorized the internment of American citizens of Japanese descent.
        And you may not be aware that executive orders are not the only way to go. Roosevelt created the War Production Board to oversee the nation’s industrial efforts to supply planes tanks, and such for the war effort.
        You can pretend that Obama is doing something radically different, but it is not true, Everything he has done has precedent.
        Worrying about what Obama hasn’t done strikes me as the height of paranoia. Continuation of the Patriot Act (that name sticks in my craw) is enough to turm me against the man, I don’t need phony BS about his ‘rage’, his muslim faith, his communism. Islam and commies don’t have a good history, but I don’t expect logic to affect the right’s thinking on this score.
        At least Roosevelt had Harry Truman to be watchdog, investigating war-related fraud. Bush let his buddies loot the treasury in a time of war.
        This order of yours is a reason that I am as unhappy with Obama as I was with Bush, he will not relinquish powers assumed by Bush. But neither will Romney, which is why I am voting for the right guy, Gary Johnson, who will reduce the powers of the presidency, shrink them back to constitutional limits. Romney has no interest in doing anything of the kind.

        • “You can pretend that Obama is doing something radically different, but it is not true, Everything he has done has precedent.”

          Greg, with no intent to present myself as pugnacious, but you are putting words in my mouth, and that is not fair. I am pretending no such thing, and if I thought Obama was doing something radically different, I would have just simply said so. What I did do was point out the ambiguity of his Executive Order, and asked you to try to align the potential for extension of federal control over it’s citizens against the liberties the US Constitution protects each of against.

          Now whether poorly written, or by intent … documents such as these leave room for tremendous amounts of speculation, and those who are fearful for their civil liberties will cleave the president, and his executive orders in their attempts to vet the order and his intent … and rightfully so. Simply because you place a faith in someone you do not know personally to protect your liberty, does not mean you have to rail against that vetting process. It is completely inappropriate to vet one side, and then condemn those who would vet the other. By definition … that my friend is hypocrisy.

          “Gary Johnson, who will reduce the powers of the presidency, shrink them back to constitutional limits. Romney has no interest in doing anything of the kind.”

          Yes, that is Gary Johnson’s campaign platform, but you do realize that the very cornerstone of Romney’s campaign is to shrink the very same by his promise to repeal Obamacare or grant waivers to all 50 states thereby effectively not only killing the law, but also all the presidential powers over states contained within it?

          Not that I am supporting Romney against Johnson, but these are campaign promises at this point. Nothing more.

          • So you are going to vote for a guy who is going use Executive power to subvert the legally enacted laws of this nation? Please don’t talk to me about hypocrisy.

            • Even more ad hominem attacks from you Greg, so I must just simply ask …

              Exactly what part of “Not that I am supporting Romney against Johnson” did you misunderstand? I never stated who I was voting for … did I?

              • I’m sorry, this is a very sore subject for me, this and the stupid war. I am old enough that I saw the parallels between our conflict in SE Asia, where friends died or came home broken, and the stupidity of going into yet another country that had not attacked us. I am just a clod on a couch, and I knew it was wrong, why couldn’t the supposed best and brightest not see that?
                The only answer that makes sense is that Bush cronies wanted the war so bad, they did not care what it did to this country.
                And now we are talking ABOUT DOING IT AGAIN! This time, in Iran. Yes, I am upset that our country is the freaking deathstar, imposing our will on other nations.
                Did you know that Iraq had universal health care? After the invasion, we dismantled that system, along with every other facet of Iraq’s government infrastructure. We would do it to socialist Israel, if we could. I am ashamed of my country for what it has been doing for the last 30-40 years. we are losing friends fast, no one likes a bully.

                • Greg, my mother lost 3 of 4 brothers in Vietnam. I fought overseas in conflicts that were not ours to fight. My nephew has done 9 tours in his 12 year Army career. I am acutely aware of the parallels you are describing. But I will tell you this. I was not overseas fighting for myself, you, or the President. I was overseas protecting the poor bastard standing next to me. Somebody had to make sure that dolt got home to his mother safe. To fight in Bosnia and other places, meant us pawns had to simplify those wars any way we could. And that’s just what we did.

                  To Universal Healthcare in Iraq — it only applied to Hussein supporters as best I witnessed it through my experiences in the first Gulf War and the observations of my nephew David who helped secure Sadam’s home(s). Those that did not see things his way, provided healthcare for him with their lives. You see, Hussein had terrible headaches. Chronic in nature, and he had a bad habit of solving his headaches by shooting people in the back of their heads until his headache cleared. Several victims were found by David’s team in his courtyard the day they stormed his palace.

                  Believe me, you do not want Iraq’s brand of Universal Healthcare here.

          • So you are going to vote for a guy who is going use Executive power to subvert the legally enacted laws of this nation? Please don’t talk to me about hypocrisy.

            I am having to dip into my retirement to pay medical bills, because no one will insure me. When I was in the hospital, one of my nurses, after getting my assurances that I would tell anyone he was in favor of universal health care, told me that his thesis in college had to do with bankruptcies and a medical care. 30% of the home foreclosures in Florida were due to the high cost of an illness of a family member.
            Obama care may not be the answer, but what we have doesn’t work well, either.
            Obama folded on universal health care, folded on the public option, then gave the insurance companies 30 million new customers, maybe more, without any controls on spiraling costs.

            • Since you chose to restate your position: “So you are going to vote for a guy who is going use Executive power to subvert the legally enacted laws of this nation? Please don’t talk to me about hypocrisy.”, I will again ask you exactly what part of “Not that I am supporting Romney against Johnson” did you misunderstand? I never stated who I was voting for … did I?

              Now I also feel compelled to ask you what part of “Greg, with no intent to present myself as pugnacious” did you not understand as well? No part of that statement would lead any reasonable person to conclude I was attempting a ad hominem personal attack. Now I know you been wrestling with some others here lately, but I am not in that ring at the moment. Put your damn gloves down for a second ..geesh.

              Now to the rest. I hear you, and in fact, I spoke on that very thought with my post (my first and only post on this forum) about the issues with both the current, and upcoming healthcare models. But you did not offer an opine then, and now you are here attacking me over it without even having the first flippin clue where I stand on that specific issue. But for the sake of good relations, I will offer you my post and position for your opine now …

              Aligning Incentives with Reality in Government Healthcare Programs, on the State Level

              http://therionorteline.com/2012/07/10/aligning-incentives-with-reality-in-government-healthcare-programs-on-the-state-level-4/

              You would be wise to go read before you accidentally make yourself look like a buffoon.

              • You are right, I missed that post completely, as that was travel day. It got buried under a wave of other posts, and that is a shame, because it is a very good post!
                Your mention of competition in Lsaik surgery brings up a point, and you are the one to answer a question for me. I understand that the AMA does its level best to keep the numbers of doctors in this country artificially low, so as to avoid such price wars as the one in LASIK surgery. Is that a myth? Does the AMA wield that much influence over medical schools and the allowance of foreign doctors into the country?

                Anther question, we had a bill come in for 16k, for an emergency room visit. When we called to set up a payment schedule, I asked how much would they take if I paid up front. The answer was an astonishing 7K!, which I bargained down another thousand. That is a 66% reduction from the original bill.. Is there always that much fat in medical bills? We had no insurance at the time, Are there 2 payment schedules, one for the insured, and one for those without?
                Again, I am sorry for being nasty, I have just found out that our boat is being tied up for lack of work. That is no excuse for taking it out on you, who has been bending over backwards to be polite, but there it is.

                • No Greg. I have never seen the AMA try to guild itself by limiting available physicians in order to increase wage income potentials. If memory serves me right, that was an assertion by Friedman?

                  I am aware of the AMA standing against giving the same credentials to Chiropractors and Osteopathic Physicians as Medical doctors, but in all honesty, you would not want these practitioners performing many of the same procedures and writing some prescriptions either. They just are simply not trained the same.

                  It is a very wise, and ever growing common practice to negotiate hospital bills. I do it every time I visit an ER, or have a hospital stay. But the answer is no, not at all. Hospitals do not really have that much fat in medical bills from my experience, but of course there is some. I think it depends on the fiscal position of the hospital at the time you approach them. Physicians certainly do not. Most in these contemporary times are running pretty close to their margins if they have to support a practice. Internal medicine guys are taking a genuine beating already in this healthcare reform. Plastic surgeons and dentists so far as what I know are fairing much better, but theirs are generally cash only practices.

                  Sadly, indigent care costs have risen so much that a hospital is compelled to negotiate an upfront settlement (if you will) payment. What they do not recover is generally written off as a loss for tax purposes at a rate much lower than what you are able to pay. In all honesty, you likely could have pressed them for an even lower cost though at some point there are diminishing returns.

                • Oh, and I almost forgot (it’s getting late, and 5am comes early).

                  No apologies are needed my friend. Wrestling is sometimes a good thing, and we all have bad days.

                  We sit here in a fast moving forum with generally passionate opinions on very heated topics.

                  No harm, no foul. :)

  3. And don’t forget which side was suggesting 2nd amendment solutions to unwanted election outcomes. Hint: Harry Reid was ever so glad to have her as an opponent.

  4. OK, we know to expect poorly-sourced paranoid fantasy from Joe, but really?

    The “government whistleblower” story is in “RightMarch,” an organization famous for raising money supposedly for conservative actions while paying most of the money to itself (not that I mind if conservatives waste money, of course). That story is linked directly from a paranoid birther site, the Canada Free Press. Here’s the original, from back in May (written by true conspiracy loon Doug Hagmann): http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/46516

    By the way, Hagmann’s latest story, using the same “secret source,” offers this about Obama (sorry to scoop you on it, Joe): “He’s been instructed to fully remove ‘God, guns and guts’ from America and Americans, to neuter our military, bankrupt our country, and force everyone into dependency through a well-planned economic disaster that was crafted long before he stepped foot into the Oval Office. The financial crash of September 2008 was one such well planned economic terrorist attack. It had the blessing of many bankers and politicians in the U.S. and now I’m finding, some overseas. It was an important part of the framework given to Obama to ‘grease the wheels’ for a complete financial collapse. And I’m sad to say that a lot of people I once thought were on our side played an important role in setting us up – all of us.”

    But if Obama really is planning something to prevent an election, maybe Michele Bachmann is working with him. Thanks to her loony comments, the New York Daily News reports that Huma Abedin is now under police protection after getting death threats. So here’s my theory: Bachmann stirs up the crazies to bump off Abedin and her baby, and then Anthony Weiner swoops in as the distraut widower and joins Obama in seizing all power. And with control of the Internet, they can send photos of their privates to every home in America.

    Tell me that doesn’t make as much sense as almost anything Joe writes? :-)

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  6. the bible does say” in the end, the very elect will be deceived.Obama is everything anti-Christ, and his favorite adviser is not David axelrod, its Satan himself.

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