All, thanks to Georgia Senator Judson Hill, Madison Forum Member, for the below information. We need to understand those who opposed this important Resolution calling for the the protection of citizens from the unconstitutional force of the NDAA. A resolution is not law, but it is a significant step in the right direction. Those in the Georgia legislature who could not support this Resolution identifies them as supporters of the NDAA. They are the "NDAA Deniers," and they they should be held accountable in the next election. The Madison Forum appreciates Senators Hill, Loudermilk, Crane, McKoon, and Rogers for their willingness to take a strong stand protecting Georgia citizens. Citizens must begin paying attention to the events and laws our Representatives and Senators are passing. That is the essence of Good Government and Freedom! Please forward to your lists.
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|Subject:||RE: FEMA Camps|
|Date:||Sun, 20 Jan 2013 12:49:14 -0600|
|From:||Senator Judson Hill <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Please see the attached which I drafted and sponsored last year to begin protecting Georgians in this regard. A small step. The Resolution did not pass and more should be done, especially at the national level.
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S. R. 1104
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Senate Resolution 1104
By: Senators Hill of the 32nd, Loudermilk of the 52nd, Crane of the 28th, McKoon of the
29th and Rogers of the 21st
1 Urging state and local officers and employees and members of the Georgia National Guard
2 and State Defense Force not to assist or cooperate with the armed forces of the United States;
3 and for other purposes.
4 WHEREAS, H.R. 1540 of the 112th Congress, the "National Defense Authorization Act for
5 Fiscal Year 2012" which provides for appropriations for the armed forces for Fiscal Year
6 2012, provides, in Section 1021, "Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing
7 law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of
8 the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States";
10 WHEREAS, the idea of detaining natural born citizens of this country under military
11 jurisdiction is repugnant to the citizens of this state.
12 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE that the members of this body
13 encourage state and local officers and employees and members of the Georgia National
14 Guard and State Defense Force not to assist or cooperate with the armed forces of the United
15 States if such aid would, in the opinion of the responsible individual, place any Georgia
16 authority in violation of the United States Constitution, the Constitution of Georgia, any
17 provision of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, any Act of the General Assembly, or
18 any rule, regulation, or ordinance of a state agency or authority, political subdivision, or local
20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate is authorized and directed
21 to transmit an appropriate copy of this resolution the public and the press.
Senator Judson Hill
From: Michael Opitz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2013 1:23 PM
To: Madison Forum
Subject: Fwd: FEMA Camps
All, thanks to Lamar Cheatham, Madison Forum Member, for the below information and link. As you watch the video, think about the passage of the NDAA for both 2012 and 2013, which provides for the arrest and apprehension of American citizens without warrants or the opportunity to have a lawyer and to go before a judge (habeas corpus), and then be held indefinitely anywhere with anyone not knowing where you are.
When I ran for Congress in Georgia's 11th District, I spoke on the dangers of the NDAA, and the fact that all of Georgia's Representatives voted for it with the exception of one. Everyone should check the voting record of their congressional representative to see who voted for against our constitutional rights. Several States have now introduced legislation nullifying the NDAA sections 1021 & 1022 in their states. Georgia has not yet done so. The clear danger of the NDAA is one of the reasons I ran for Congress in Georgia's 11th District. Citizens need to know the details of the legislation enacted in Washington. Some of it is a clear and present danger to us all ... and now they want to take our guns. The dots have been connected, and it is not a pretty picture.
"Knowledge is power... Ignorance is slavery." M. Opitz
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Fwd: Need to see this, if you haven't already!!! - js
Sat, 19 Jan 2013 17:56:57 -0500
Lamar Cheatham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michael Opitz <email@example.com>
Lamar, have you seen this one before and did you know about the place in GA.???astounding, ron
If you haven't already seen this video, you need to see. It even hits closer to home when it brings up whats going on in Georgia. (and no this isn't a virus or scam, call me if you aren't sure)