If the United States of America has a military that sets the standard for the rest of the world, why would a second army be necessary? Two possible reasons come to mind:
- Since our military is spread thinly across the globe, a civilian militia would be helpful; however, the Second Amendment to the Constitution (contained in the Bill of Rights) already provides the right to bear arms to every citizen of this nation. We are the militia! Remember the movie, 'Red Dawn'? Case in point. If we are armed, invaders beware. Therefore, the 'brownshirts' are unnecessary.
- If a 'civilian national security force' (CNSF) is created, there would be no reason for the citizenry to own guns. (Remember, our founding fathers called every citizen the militia.) The UN Treaty to remove guns from every citizen, thereby usurping the Constitutional power we have , is now ready for action by the Administration. Obama didn't dare sign the Treaty before the election - just one of many items on his 'To Do' list reserved for 'after I'm elected.'
The announcement of the CNSF, reminiscent of Hitler era Germany, was ignored by the established media. Of course, the established media is but a pawn for the Illuminati front organizations. There was not a single question posed and the CNSF was never again mentioned, presumably because of the financial crisis.
Despite the fact that our present, standing military is going to sustain measurable cuts, the funding of the CNSF has proceeded behind the scenes, without major media report. From which part of the budget has the money been taken? Is this why the Administration has never presented a budget to Congress?
Yes, the brownshirts are back. In 1921, Adolf Hitler created his personal militia the Storm Section, commonly called the brownshirts. Is there any correlation between the actions of this Administration that bring the U.S.A. every-closer to Socialism and Hitler's socialist program both involving 'brownshirts'?
[You can read more stunning similarities here.]
The worst part of Obamacare is that it contains provisions that have nothing to do with healthcare - which is why Nancy Pelosi wanted to have the Bill passed without Congress reading it in its entirety first!
One item is the Obama 'brownshirts'. These 'commissioned Regular Corps and Ready Reserve Corps are ascribed duties as a branch of the 'Service' (Section 5210, H.R. 3590-496, page 496, 'ESTABLISHING A READY RESERVE CORPS") for deployment in time of 'national emergency'. They will serve in the same capacity as Military Reservists, but they will assist the RC in performing both routine public health and emergency response missions; and, will serve 'without regard to the civil-service laws' and 'compensated without regard to the Classification Act of 1923, as amended'.
The officers of the RRC can be called to active duty by the Surgeon General. I didn't know the Surgeon General was a part of the military!
Civil service laws govern civil servants, or public employees hired to provide services to the public by federal, state, county, and municipal governments.
The commissioned officers of the RC are appointed by the President and those of the RRC are appointed by the President with advice and consent of the Senate. The methods by which civil servants are selected and regulations governing the civil service are thereby violated by Obamacare in Section 5210 in that the President appoints his 'brownshirt' brigade.
The U.S.A. has a standing Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, National Guard, Reservists, State Troopers, State and Local Police forces, FEMA, First Responders, EMTs, Firefighters, et al. So, where is the need for another arm of the military? Even if this were necessary, why would this team be hand-picked by the President and report directly to him rather than the appropriate Military officials, Pentagon, or even Congress?
Any - and I repeat - ANY part of the U.S. government that usurps power and is not restrained by the other branches of the government (by their inaction), as has been the case with this administration (Executive Branch), without action by the Congress (Legislative Branch) or the Supreme Court (Judicial Branch), places the citizens' constitutional rights and freedoms in danger of being unilaterally sabotaged.
See also Your Constitutional Rights Have Been Revoked