WAKE UP PATRIOTS!! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!
NDAA & AGENDA 21 PRESENTATION –
for the North Carolina General Assembly
(but the public is welcome and encouraged to attend)
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Room 544 – Legislative Office Building
300 N. Salisbury Street, Raleigh, NC 27603-5925
SPEAKER: Stewart Rhodes, founder of OathKeepers, a frequent commentator on FOX News, and strong opponent of the “Indefinite Detention of American Citizens” provision of the NDAA
This dual presentation is in support of the 2 items that NC Rep. Glen Bradley recently introduced – House Resolution 982 (H.R. 982) which formally opposes the “indefinite detention of American citizens” provision, and House Bill 983 (H.B. 983) which states that NC shall not comply with Agenda 21.
PLEASE CONSIDER ATTENDING THIS SESSION IF YOU OPPOSE AGENDA 21 and THE INDEFINITE DETENTION OF AMERICAN CITIZENS !
There are certain members of the NC Assembly that don’t want to support the resolution to denounce the NDAA which has been introduced by Rep. Glen Bradley (H.R. 982) simply because they don’t care for Rep. Bradley. The “litmus” test for whether to support legislation should NOT be whether the sponsoring representative wins a personality contest but rather whether the legislation is good for the citizens of North Carolina. And H.R. 982 stands up for the Bill of Rights which protects each citizen from a government which may try to take away his rights to life and liberty. Every citizen deserves to be charged with a crime before being detained, have the opportunity to challenge his detention, have his day in court, confront his accuser, and have access to the information and evidence used to bring charges against him.
If we allow the government to target American citizens who might be hostile to the United States (as the NDAA allows), how long do you think it will be before the government uses the same power to go after those who are political opponents?
If we can show up in numbers, we can send a message to our General Assembly. Several other states are already considering such resolutions. And Virginia’s NDAA Nullification bill, which passed with overwhelming support, goes into effect on July 1st.
North Carolina, which wouldn’t ratify the US Constitution until a Bill of Rights was added – wouldn’t even consider joining the Union until individual rights were sufficiently protected from the reaches of a federal government – has a legacy to live up to. INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY COMES FIRST !!
We are patriots and not nationalists. We pledge our loyalty to our country (and what it stands for) and not to our government.