U.S. Military Grants Itself the Authority to Deploy Troops in American Cities Without Presidential or Local Approval
May 16, 2013
Military no longer under civilian control? In a move that makes clear the direction that our country is increasingly heading towards, the Department of Defense has published an update to a US code that outlines military power during civil unrest. The code, ““Defense Support of Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies,” was slightly altered during a May 13th update which now allows the military to unilaterally declare martial law without presidential approval
The Zetas addressed this on May 25.
The Posse Comitatus Act has been tightened under Republican presidents in the past. In 1956 Eisenhower was president and in 1981 Reagan was president. Republicans are deemed by nature to be more aware of the agendas behind power grabs. Bush, eager to install martial law to increase his own power only temporarily convinced Congress after Katrina to loosen the act in 2006. In 2008, the issue of returning troops being used to suppress domestic rioting again raised its head, due to anticipation of the Wall Street and housing bubble collapse.
Why at this current time has the Republican House allowed the rule to be relaxed, handing control to a Democratic President? This statutory change was enacted in anticipation of the admission over the near presence of Nibiru, aka Planet X in the inner solar system – the announcement by Obama and NASA that has been anticipated for almost a year. It has been clear that Obama made this an open secret, informing key Senators and Representatives and the media. Should widespread rioting occur, during a time when cataclysmic changes make communications difficult, those in governance want the US military to engage.