RED ALERT: Anti-NDAA Legislation in MO

Zachary Cole

January 11, 2013

Late last night I received an urgent call from the founder of P.A.N.D.A (People Against the National Defense Act), Dan Johnson. He tipped me off to new legislation that is going to the table concerning the NDAA and how it applies in Missouri.

Particularly, this legislation will seek to nullify and/or amend through the state level, the indefinite detention section (1021), thus stripping the federal government of their power to indefinitely detain US citizens without a trial or jury. Unfortunately at this time I don’t have all the details like who is proposing the legislation and the specific wording but as soon as we get an update from our local P.A.N.D.A. chapter head, Heather Cottner, we will pass information on to the public.

Mr. Johnson indicated that we need to locally form a coalition to get the word out and to call local politicians to make sure they do the right thing. We will soon be announcing when and where we’re going to meet up. Also we will create a call list and assembling a team to contact legislators in our state. If interested, you may contact Heather Cottner at (314) 803-2364 or reach me at and we will plug you in where you are needed most.

For those of you who are new to the NDAA, here is a short refresher. First, it is important to read the actual text of the specific subsection within the bill. It reads as follows:

(a) In General- Congress affirms that the authority of the President to use all necessary and appropriate force pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (Public Law 107-40; 50 U.S.C. 1541 note) includes the authority for the Armed Forces of the United States to detain covered persons (as defined in subsection (b)) pending disposition under the law of war.
(b) Covered Persons- A covered person under this section is any person as follows:
(1) A person who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, or harbored those responsible for those attacks.
(2) A person who was a part of or substantially supported al-Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners, including any person who has committed a belligerent act or has directly supported such hostilities in aid of such enemy forces.
(c) Disposition Under Law of War- The disposition of a person under the law of war as described in subsection (a) may include the following:
(1) Detention under the law of war without trial until the end of the hostilities authorized by the Authorization for Use of Military Force.

A key thing to note, and what some people don’t seem to realize, is that this is a bill that is signed at the end of each year for next year’s defense operations. A lot of it has to do with funding but like with many bills politicians try to throw in things that are not necessarily essential to the operations of the military. One thing that was included in last year’s updated bill was a reference to bestiality. The deceptive and somewhat shrewd actions (as far as stratagem is concerned) are when “pet-project” legislation is slipped into a bill that must be signed so that various agencies and branches of the government can function.

Usually, when people talk about the NDAA, they are really referring to section 1021 that refers to “indefinite detention” of US citizens. It is basically activists using shorthand. As seen in the above subsection of the bill, it creates a homeland battlefield that uses the military as police (which violates posse comitatus). It also reinforces a couple other bills that give the military overreaching powers.

The implication of this subsection declares that enemy combatants can be any US citizen that has associations with anybody that is on a terrorist watch list. Some might find this sensible but in reality, if you are a law-abiding citizen but are a thorn in the government side, they could “black bag” you, whisk you off to a secret location, and hold you there until they deem you not a threat anymore. This could include anyone from political dissidents, journalists, veterans, and any other person that is not going along with the program.

The indefinite detention section of this bill was early on concealed from the public until the last-minute because the authoritarians in the House and Senate knew a few vague sentences could legally change drastically how enemies of the state are dealt with. This is why the bait and switch tactic was used. When subsection 1021 was exposed, politicians in Washington claimed it couldn’t be used against Americans but later came out and said that it could.

During the same time the Obama administration criticized the indefinite detention section and said he would veto the bill when it came to his desk. This caused an outcry from one of the co-authors of the bill who exposed the president by saying that it was his idea of putting it into the bill. Simultaneously other politicians were coming out and admitting that it could be used against Americans and that anybody that this section would apply to, deserves their rights being stripped and even being killed.

Despite the outrage of the public the bill quietly reached Pres. Obama’s desk late on New Year’s Eve, when they obviously knew that activists, media, and other politicians who are against indefinite detention would not be quickly aware of what was going on. Barack, to appear concerned and defiant of section 1021, attached to the bill a ridiculous signing statement that said he would not use this against American citizens even though he had the power to do so. This of course would later prove to be a lie.

Since then thousands of activists from all over the country have engaged their legislators, have taken to the streets in protest, and have formed small cell groups planning actions to educate the public and rally support from those people in DC that claim to be our representatives. This is the state we’re in now and this is where we need people to become active on the growing police state. As more develops we will give you the updates.


TW Radio Archives – Interview With Mike Heise of

Michael Heise

Mike Heise of and Lead Organizer of the Nationwide End the Fed Let’s Coin Together Rally

Previously Recorded 08/30/12 during the Republican National Convention. We discuss the Police State, Anarchists, and the DHS/FBI Joint Intelligence Bulletin about homegrown terrorism at the RNC.

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Does STL Really Need Military on the Streets?

Notice the “Internment-styled” camp behind the badger

As it was long ago spoken, “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” By now it is no secret in St. Louis from 21-29 of this month the military police from Ft. Meade, MD are training our local 345th company to become more efficient in driving armored weaponized vehicles in urban areas. Like many cities around the country, civil unrest exercises have been increasingly common place and we are no exception.

Apparently most of the urban training will be carried out in the 6th district (Baden, Calvary-Bellefontaine Cemeteries, Mark Twain, Mark Twain I-70, North Point, North Riverfront, O’Fallon Park, Penrose, Penrose Park, Riverview, Walnut Park East, Walnut Park West and portions of O’Fallon) while the highway miles will be on I-270. Every night they will be parking these very same vehicles in an undisclosed location in St. Charles County.

Not a surprise to locals, these drills will be taking place in “working poor” class neighborhoods riddled with crime and drugs. Of course these types of operations never seem to take place in affluent neighborhoods similar to Brentwood or Creve Coeur. Rather, they strategically pick places with a high density of minorities who, already in STL, is barricaded in on countless blocks like a bunch of animals. What were once open streets are now obstructed by huge cement blocks and so the victims are punished for degenerate criminals and their impotent local government who could think of no other solution then to create a human zoo. But this is a whole other issue altogether.


Chicago Prepares for Terror Plot


“You never let a serious crisis go to waste.”

As the NATO Summit on May 20-21 approaches in Chicago, we see a heightened sense of paranoia being pushed upon the people of the Windy City. With the recent announcement by the Obama administration that the war on terror is over, a new threat is emerging – citizen terrorists.

The Chicago NATO host committee is not divulging much information but it appears they are preparing for riots and acts of violence to break out by protestors. There are reports of security forces in full armored gear that will be standing guard around federal buildings in the Loop as the date draws near. The Emanuel administration has also put up bids for training aids and new riot gear for horses. According to Mike Shields, president of the Fraternal Order of Police, in addition to new high impact gear for horses they also purchased about 3,000 protective face shields to guard against human waste or flammable liquids being pelted at the officers.

According to the Red Cross, there are plans for a mass evacuation of the downtown area if such an event occurs. Although the Secret Service is denying such a plan, the Milwaukee branch, confirms in a memo that the Summit “may create unrest or another national security incident. The American Red Cross in southeastern Wisconsin has been asked to place a number of shelters on standby in the event of evacuation of Chicago.” The chapter spokesperson of the Red Cross in Milwaukee confirmed that this plan was not there own but the product of the city of Chicago and the Secret Service.

This is not the only measure that is taking place during the globalist Summit. Starting on the 19th a no-fly zone will also be imposed for the downtown area with another 10-30 mile ring around the perimeter. To add to the fear factor they have given the order “shoot-to-kill” to any unauthorized aircrafts. Last February Vislink confirmed that they would be equipping both air and ground vehicles with new surveillance gear to monitor the public. Furthermore, USPS on the 13th will implement a safety tactic by removing their mail collection boxes within the downtown area, McCormick Place, and the scheduled protest route.