In addition, as reported by CNS News earlier this month, a health-care bill approved by the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension Committee called The Affordable Health Choices Act, will fund the creation of state “intervention” teams that will carry out home visits in order to check that both children and adults have been vaccinated and also provide “provision of immunizations.”
“Home visits" will be made by the state and will send representatives to “implement interventions” in private homes designed “to improve immunization coverage of children.”
By placing combat troops amongst Americans these type of measures will be enforced. Americans, for example, who opposed the FEMA actions in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, had their weapons seized.
And recently, the U.S. Northern Command (Northcom) was assigned its own fighting unit-–the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team, which had been fighting in Iraq for five years before that. The Posse Comitatus Act states that troops will not be deployed in the U.S. As reported on this blog for some time, solders have been appearing at the Boston Marathon, at the Kentucky Derby, at the last Inauguration, and in routine murder investigations. This desensitization to un-American activities, has conditioned Americans to accept combat troops on the streets and highways as a part of everyday life.
Troops in daily life is absolutely unprecedented in American history when troops were called up under only the most extreme conditions such as during the Civil Rights struggle, war demonstrations, and the occupation of the South after the Civil War.
HR 8791 Homeland Preparedness Bill:
Rep-PA. John Haller introduces bill bringing martial law to the U.S.