Military Martial Law Bill Sneaked Through By Senate | Infowars Kit Daniels

Posted by Admin.    Original date:  January 22, 2016.  Courtesy of From The Trenches World Report.com

Sen­ate Ma­jor­ity Lead­er Mitch Mc­Con­nell is attempting to fast track a “war powers” bill that will allow President Obama nearly unlimited power to deploy the military anywhere in the world for any length of time – including on U.S. soil.   

“The Authorization for Use of Military Force put for­ward by Mc­Con­nell would not re­strict the pres­id­ent’s use of ground troops, nor have any lim­its re­lated to time or geo­graphy,” Defense One reported.

In other words, the authorization allows the president to deploy the military anywhere at his discretion – both foreign and domestic – for as long as he wants.

Several senators, including Sen­ate Ma­jor­ity Whip John Cornyn, were surprised by McDonnell’s decision to fast-track the bill after a year of deep in-fighting over similar measures in the Senate.

“He did?” he asked the Na­tion­al Journ­al on Thursday morn­ing when reporters informed him about the bill.

Even some Senate Democrats have an issue with a new authorization without geographical restrictions placed on the president.

“I’m for the Con­gress vot­ing on an AUMF; of course it de­pends what the AUMF looks like,” Sen. Robert Men­en­dez said Thursday. “I don’t want a blank check.”

It’s also interesting to note McConnell is trying to push through the bill on a Friday as an unprecedented blizzard slams the northeast U.S., including Washington, D.C.

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Elites Spill Massive Intel in Davos: America’s Obsolete! It’s Now Time For Global Governance, The NWO Rule | Before Its News

Posted by Admin.  From Thursday January 21, 2016.

Source:  Before Its News, by Lisa Haven

Happening now through January 23rd, 2016 the New World Order’s World Economic Forum is hosting their annual Davos-Klosters meeting, in Switzerland where 2,500 politicians, celebrities, and business leaders from all over the world are attending this “Bilderberg style” meeting. Their attendees include 53 people who own as much wealth as the poorest half of the world and over 1,000 of the world biggest multinational corporations all of whom have their eye set on The New World Order. 

One of the biggest discussions held at this meeting is the fact that citizens are no longer trusting their governments:

“If this growing disconnect between governments and citizens is not fixed rapidly, there can be no legitimate, accountable and trusted global cooperation, problem solving or governance.” WEF Everybody’s Business Report

Their proposed solution includes getting rid of the voice from the average person, who in their words, are unfit to make decisions that need to be left to the globalists.

In a document called Global Redesign Initiative (GRI) put out in by the World Economic Forum they proposed a transition away from international government decision making body into a system of multinational-stakeholders governance. Simply put they are, by stealth, replacing our model of voting in governments who negotiate treaties which are then ratified by our elected representative, to a model where a self-selected group of ‘stake-holders’ make decisions on our behalf. This is a terrifying thought to anyone who values freedom.

Other topics of discussion at this meeting include: Middle East conflicts, the fact that Donald Trump is the front-runner for the Republican presidential candidate (which means the globalists don’t like him), technological innovation, Agenda 21, and other twisted details.

In the video below I cover all the above and more! You won’t believe some of the things at play in Davos…

To be frank, the wealth gap is quickly widening and the middle class is starting to fade into the distance. If we continue to allow these creeps to rule over us, then we can project that we will land head first into a Socialism/Communism style rule with once percent ruling over the rest.

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Harney County Video Updates | January 22 2016 Collection

Posted by Admin.  Harney County Situational Videos.

Government employee brags about stealing land.

FBI “NO-SHOW” – Breaks Promise to Meet/Negotiate With Ammon Bundy

Update from Brandon Curtiss | 1-22-2016

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EsgwNV1RtA)

BREAKING: Ammon Bundy Meets & Negotiates With FBI [EXCLUSIVE]

 

BREAKING: Harney County Fire Chief Resigns. FBI Caught Posing As Militia At Local Armory

Organ Peaks National Monument | Harney County Related Case in Point

FROM EMAIL 1-22-2016:  QUINTUS DIAS TO MANTICORE –

Organ Peaks National Monument

FYI
We have seen discussion from fedgov about expanding the national monument system and intense opposition to it.  This construct is operative right now in Harney County, OR.  It appears that fedgov and elites are using this construct to even withdraw more land from private ownership.  It also appears that they are subverting and co-opting sportsmen, legislators, and businessmen to encourage and support the system.
Link to Malheur Co. National Monument plan.
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Walden hosts town hall on Oregon Wild’s Ochoco plan

PRINEVILLE — With a national spotlight hanging over the typically obscure topic of federal land management in the rural West, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, v…
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I received a letter from Sen. Martin Heinrich in New Mexico.  Heinrich is a poseur and statist associated with bummer and the green collectivist movement.
January 20, 2016
Dear Friend,
Over the weekend I was honored to join local sportsmen and community leaders in welcoming hunters and anglers from across the nation to Las Cruces to learn about and visit Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. I was also proud to receive the Doña Ana County Associated Sportsmen’s Conservationist of the Year award. I hope you can take the time to read the article below from the Las Cruces Sun-News on my visit.
In the year and a half since the designation of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks, Las Cruces business owners have seen a boost to local tourism and positive impacts on their businesses. A coalition of national sportsmen’s organizations recently highlighted both Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks and Rio Grande del Norte National Monument as model case studies for developing national monument proposals that generate strong support from hunters and anglers and from local communities and stakeholders.
I will continue fighting to protect our public lands for future generations of New Mexicans and Americans to enjoy.
Sincerely,
MARTIN HEINRICH
United States Senator

LAS CRUCES — The conversation was rich at a breakfast early Saturday morning in a small conference room at Hotel Encanto. Sen. Martin Heinrich, wearing a camouflage vest and blue jeans, addressed a dozen sportsmen — hardcore hunters and anglers from as far away as Oregon to learn about Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.
Attendees included representatives from Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and Trout Unlimited. The group will spend three days in Las Cruces, Friday through Sunday, exploring OMDP and hunting. They have picked up the mantle of political activism, intent on conserving public lands and protecting the rights of hunters and fishermen to access them.
“We are trying to protect the outdoor heritage that we all enjoy,” said Land Tawney, president and chief executive officer of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. “We want to protect the opportunity to find adventure in the great outdoors, to be able to hunt that way, and to ensure that the experiences that I’ve been able to enjoy are available to future generations.”
Heinrich, an avid outdoorsman, was presented with the Conservationist of the Year award Friday night by the Doña Ana County Associated Sportsmen. He said he intends to continue his efforts to protect and improve access to public lands for hunters and fishermen.
“We have, over time, lost access to a lot of public lands, where roads that used to be open get gated,” Heinrich told the Sun-News Saturday. “We have lost legal ways to get into a lot of land that belongs to the American people. So I am working on something called the HUNT Act, which is in the Sportsmen’s Bill, to really prioritize access within the public land agencies like the BLM.”
Heinrich said he would also push to focus Land and Water Conservation Fund dollars on buying easements to trails and roads at fair market value, to provide greater access to landlocked public lands.
“OMDP is actually a great story, from an access point of view,” Heinrich said. “It has really great access, and we just need to keep that in place. We have not had a lot of conflicts over access issues.”
Tawney said it is critical that federally-managed lands remain open as multiple use lands.
“The federal government, or government agencies, manage it for us — that’s our land,” Tawney said. “When that land is managed for multiple use, you can have grazing, mineral development, but also hunting and fishing, which plays a vital role.”
Corey Fisher, from Missoula, Montana, is the energy field coordinator for Trout Unlimited. Fisher said OMDP is a model for the way national monument designations should be approached.
“It’s such a good model for how to bring local stakeholders and interests together to help create a vision for a landscape that everyone cares about,” Fisher said. “We feel it’s a model that can be transferred and applied to other places in the West.”
Fisher said when monuments are designated through the work of coalitions, it creates a greater permanence.
“Without having diverse stakeholders come together and identify common values that want to be preserved for the future, nobody’s values are going to be preserved,” Fisher said.
The conference continues Sunday, when Heinrich is expected to join the group for quail hunting at the monument.

REPLY FROM BOB BOWEN, NEW MEXICO Constitution Party
I received that same letter from Heinrich and when I saw the reference to the Organ Mountains, I deleted the email without reading it.  The Obummer simply wrote an executive order  to place that area inside the National Monument system.  I believe it displaced 9 families, but I can’t remember how many for certain. 
 
–Bob Bowen
  Los Lunas, New Mexico

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Sent: Friday, January 22, 2016 9:02:41 AM
Subject: Organ Peaks National Monument