The Coming Military Draft Will Mean Compulsory Induction of
American Men and Women age 18-42
From Ken Adachi <Editor>
January 10, 2007
I posted a new addition to www.educate-yourself.org in February of 2004 titled the Military Draft and stated in the very first sentence of my commentary that a renewed military draft was coming soon and that the age of compulsory service would be extended from its former limit of 26 years, up to 42 years of age (initially decided to be 44 years, but then changed to 42 years), and will include BOTH men and women. I wish I had kept the chiding and derogatory e-mails that I had gotten from a dozen or so people who were so upset and outraged that I should suggest such a thing, as there was "no chance", they said, of bringing back the draft "because it wasn't needed or necessary."
How "irresponsible" it was of me to create such "alarm" and "needlessly scare" people. I "should be ashamed of myself" was the typical sign off (in case any of those original chiders might be reading these words, this would be a good time to send me a note of apology-if you retain a sense of responsibility, that is).
I will post in another article the entire draft bill that was put forward by House of Rockefeller representative Congressman Charles Rangle (D-NY) , a proud member of David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission since
1990, but in the paragraph below, note that the Rangle/ (House of Rockefeller) bill states in plain English that the new draft will "require all persons" between the age of 18 and 42 years to perform "national service" in either the uniformed military or civilian service sector. That means that all American womenwill now be drafted right along with men, irrespective of whether they are mothers, housewives, office workers, burger flippers, college students, or recent high school graduates.
Never in the 231 year history of the United States of America has the government ever attempted to require compulsory military service of women, yet this new draft bill does precisely that.
When and where, my fellow Americans, did we have a national debate about this incredible and fundamental change to the requirements of a military draft?
When did the American PEOPLE agree that their daughter and wives would now be drafted into the military?
The debate, of course, never took place and the American people
had not been given the opportunity to voice their approval or opposition to this profound
change. The wording for the bill was worked out by unseen NWO minions, unconcerned about the will of the American people and then quietly inserted within the body of this proposed "legislation" introduced into the House by an obedient Trilateral servant of the One World government Machiavellians.
It's one thing for a woman to decide to join the Military Meat Grinder of her own volition, but it's an entirely different story to have the women of this country inducted into compulsory military service. I realize that government apologists and brain washed flag wavers
will retort that only men engage in hand to hand combat, but realize that the lines are evaporating and that woman are now functioning as combat pilots, etc. American service women are also dying and becoming severely injured (physically and psychologically) in Iraq and in Afghanistan because that's what happens when you find yourself in a no-holds-barred war zone.
If you are a mother or father under 42 years of age, it's entirely possible that you and your children will be drafted into the military.
We used to have a national slogan that reminded us that "The Family that Prays Together, Stays Together" Now, we're going to have to re-arrange that a bit to accomodate the new imperative. How about "The Family that Gets Drafted Together, Disintegrates Together"?
It's time to organize on the local level and initiate Recall and Impeachment drives against those legislators, like Rangle, who are frontline warriors for the Destroy America/ One World government House of Rockefeller planners.
Mr. RANGEL introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Armed Services, and in addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned
To require all persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform national service, either as a member of the uniformed services or in civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, to authorize the induction of persons in the uniformed services during wartime to meet end-strength requirements of the uniformed services, to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to make permanent the favorable treatment afforded combat pay under the earned income tax credit, and for other purposes.
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