Wednesday, May 13, 2009

HR 2159

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y) has sponsored the bill known as HR2159 or the Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act of 2009. In an article at roguegovernment.com, Lee Rogers says,

This legislation is incredibly disturbing because since the 9/11 false flag terror attacks, the government has been utilizing the bogus war on terror as a pretext to label a myriad of people as domestic terrorists.

The bill will enable the Attorney General to put American citizens on a "suspected terrorist" list that will bar them from purchasing firearms. If you think this means disarming Muslim training compounds across the U.S., take a look at where the politicos & bureaucrats have focused their attention lately.

Chuck Baldwin of Covenant News sums it up very well:

First, it was a Missouri Analysis and Information Center (MIAC) report; then it was a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report; now it is a New York congressman's bill. Each of these items, taken on their own, is problematic enough; taken together they portend "a clear and present danger" to the liberties of the American people. It is getting very serious now.

As readers may recall, the MIAC report profiled certain people as being potential violence-prone "militia members": including people who supported Presidential candidates Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and myself. In addition, anyone who opposed one or more of the following were also included in the list: the New World Order, the U.N., gun control, the violation of Posse Comitatus, the Federal Reserve, the Income Tax, the Ammunition Accountability Act, a possible Constitutional Convention, the North American Union, the Universal Service Program, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), abortion on demand, or illegal immigration.

The MIAC report prompted a firestorm of protest, and was eventually rescinded, with the man responsible for its distribution being dismissed from his position. The DHS report profiled many of the same people included in the MIAC report, and added returning Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans as potentially dangerous "extremists."


I encourage all Christian Martialists to read the entire article by Baldwin here.

1 comment:

Dr. Paleo Ph.D. said...

I just blogged this.

God help us now.

Spencer