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Pentagon: Journalists Now Classified as ‘Belligerents’ Who Can Be Shot on Sight

Sunday, July 12, 2015 2:04
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By: Voice of Reason

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In the video below, DAHBOO777 gives you an introduction to Obama’s newly re-written 2015 Edition of the United States War Manual. I’ll cut to the chase: The new version makes It much easier for soldiers to be able to defend killing JOURNALISTS! I’m sure some of the naive folks out there are scratching their heads asking, “Why would Obama want to kill journalists?” NEWS FLASH: He wants to kill bloggers and citizen journalists, and I will prove it. 

Do you recall what the architect of the Obamacare Bill, Jonathan Gruber, said when he didn’t think anyone was paying attention? Referring to American voters (and the die hard Obama supporters I might add), Gruber said, “call it the STUPIDITY of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really really critical for the thing to pass…”

Allow me to summarize that for you. Said another way, “Thanks to the public schools that have become nothing more than liberal indoctrination centers, and a mainstream media that doesn’t dare challenge the Democrat Party, American voters have absolutely zero facts about anything these days, so they’ll fall for whatever you tell them, and they’ll laugh and point fingers at those who DO know the facts.” First, listen to the video, and let DAHBOO777 send chills up your spine. As you can see compliments of Dave Hodges of the Common Sense Show, shooting journalists is merely the most recent development by Obama and the Fourth Reich.

Oh what? Is that not politically correct for me to say? I tell you what, in case you missed it, we just learned that Obama’s Pentagon has declared JOURNALISTS to be ‘Unprivileged Belligerents’ Who Can Be Shot or Killed on Sight. Below is just a few links as a TINY sample of Obama’s all out assault on the First Amendment (along with all the rest of them). This country was founded on the ability to criticize the government. As you’ll see below the video, Dave Hodges points out the new additions to the Obama Army Manual that call for the shooting of UNARMED AMERICANS for merely protesting the government. Don’t take my word for it, READ IT! I think Obama and the Obama Youth can now begin to start referring to themselves as the Fourth Reich. 

DESTROYING FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS IS NOTHING NEW TO OBAMA:

How many times have I SCREAMED about Net Neutrality and how it has NOTHING to do with being neutral? Even liberals might be able to figure this one out for themselves with this most recent development. I’m not even sure the normal IQ of 6 is even required to figure this one out. Maybe NOW that JOURNALISTS can be SHOT on sight, people will pay more attention to what I said about What Net Neutrality REALLY is, and How it Could Affect You. Take one look at the links outlining Obama’s assault on free speech above. Now, do you think the same guy would champion free speech on the Internet? If you do, let me be the first to congratulate you on making it this far in life with an IQ under 3.

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Dave Hodges of the Common Sense Show points very specifically to the code I just mentioned. There is no ”CONSPIRACY THEORY” here, this is the UNITED STATES CODE!

On the surface, the Posse Comitatus Act (18 USC 1385) act should prevent the Army from deploying the troops in the midst of a protest that is not on the scale of something like the 1992 LA Riots. However, the Army claims exemption from Posse Comitatus in the four following areas. 

10 USC 331. When a state is unable to control domestic violence and they have requested federal assistance, the use of the militia or Armed Forces is authorized.

10 USC 332. When ordinary enforcement means are unworkable due to unlawful obstructions or rebellion against the authority of the United States, use of the militia or Armed Forces is authorized.

10 USC 333. When a state cannot or will not protect the constitutional rights of the citizens, due to domestic violence or conspiracy to hinder execution of State or Federal law, the use of the militia or Armed Forces is authorized.

House Joint Resolution 1292. This resolution directs all departments of the U.S. government, upon request of the Secret Service, to assist in carrying out its statutory duties to protect government officials and major political candidates from physical harm.

With regard to 10 USC 331, if the local authorities have lost control in the midst of a profound display of domestic violence (e.g. LA Riots), most Americans support the use of National Guard or the military.  However, in 10 USC 332, 333 and House Joint Resolution 1292 are ripe with exceptions which open the door to federal authorities abusing the public for exercising their Constitutional right to protest.

In 10 USC 332, the phrase “unlawful obstructions or rebellion against the authority of the United States, use of the militia or Armed Forces is authorized,” permits the federal government from being demonstrated against. An act of demonstration, or the most benign demonstrations of civil disobedience gives the government the authority to take “deadly action” against the public  because there are no clear distinctions on when the use of lethal and nonlethal force is appropriate.

In 10 USC 333, any disruption of federal law can be decisively dealt with by the federal government. The phrase “…conspiracy to hinder execution of State or Federal law, the use of the militia or Armed Forces is authorized” is a telling passage of this Army document. If 10 USC 333 is applied to the letter of the written Army policy, the protesters who recently objected to illegal aliens being deposited in Murietta, California, could be subject to deadly force.

My personal favorite is the party about peaceful protestors protesting the government can be ventilated: 

“An act of demonstration, or the most benign demonstrations of civil disobedience gives the government the authority to take “deadly action” against the public  because there are no clear distinctions on when the use of lethal and nonlethal force is appropriate.”

Yell “Conspiracy Theorist” all you want. The actual law can be read with your own two eyes in the Unites States Code… LOOK IT UP! (10 U.S. Code § 332)

 

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CONSPIRACY WHAT NOW?

I published a piece yesterday titled, Under 50% Of Youth In the U.S. Are Even Proud to be American, and I was sickened at how little attention it got. Folks, if you want to know HOW the President is authorizing journalists and protestors to be shot on sight, it’s because today’s youth have NO IDEA what powers the President DOES and DOES not have. I suggest you READ it and watch the videos.

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(NaturalNews) Can journalists be considered enemies of U.S. and allied military forces? Absolutely, the Pentagon has declared in a thick, new instruction manual for waging war the “legal” way, and they can thus be targeted.

According to The Washington Times, journalists can also be terrorists, the 1,176-page Department of Defense Law of War Manual states. The book is designed to provide commanders with correct and incorrect ways of killing an enemy of the United States.

The manual says it is okay to shoot, explode, bomb, stab or cut the enemy; surprise attacks and killing retreating troops is permitted as well, though U.S. forces cannot employ poison gases.

The new manual is the first comprehensive, all-in-one legal guide for all four military branches; for decades, the services each had issued their own guides for air, sea and land warfare conduct.

The Obama-era document brushes aside the prior Bush Aadministrations label of “unlawful enemy combatant” for terrorist organizations like al Qaeda in favor of a new term: “unprivileged belligerent.”

 

SPIES HAVE OFTEN POSED AS JOURNALISTS:

But one notable section of the new manual pertains to a definition of journalists and how they are expected to stay out of any fighting.

“In general, journalists are civilians,” the manual says, as cited by the Times. “However, journalists may be members of the armed forces, persons authorized to accompany the armed forces, or unprivileged belligerents.”

Grouping terrorist journos with those from bona fide news outlets and agencies led one officer to describe the paragraph as “odd.” And one civilian lawyer who discusses war crimes cases labeled the wording “an odd and provocative thing for them to write.”

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Michael Rubin, a Middle East expert at the American Enterprise Institute, told the paper that the manual reflects today’s sometimes confusing world of journalism.

“It’s a realization that not everyone abides by the same standards we do,” Rubin said. “Just as Hamas uses United Nations schools as weapons depots and Iran uses charity workers for surveillance, many terrorist groups use journalists as cover.”

Over the decades of the Cold War, Warsaw Pact nations and the Soviet Union often posed undercover KGB and intelligence operatives as journalists. In one infamous case, as reported by the UK’s Telegraph, then-KGB operative Vladimir Putin, now the Russian president, was photographed posing as a tourist during a visit to the Soviet Union in 1988 by then-President Ronald Reagan. Putin, the paper reported, was part of a group of “tourists” who asked Reagan pointed questions about the U.S. human rights record.

The Times noted that Rubin recalled a pair of al Qaeda terrorists posed as journalists to assassinate Taliban leader Ahmad Sha Massoud. Also, Chechen Islamists went on missions with camera crews in tow.

 

“JOURNALISTS CAN BE COMBATANTS, TOO”

“Journalists are the new consultant. Anyone can claim to be one,” Rubin said. “No American serviceman should ever be killed because a politician told them they had to take a foreign journalist at his or her word.”

Pentagon spokesman Army Lt. Col. Joseph R. Sowers spoke to the Times, dismissing the inclusion of “unprivileged belligerents” for journalists. He said that the Defense Department does “not think that there is any legal significance to the manual listing” them “as sometimes being journalists because the manual does not, itself, create new law.”

“That last sentence simply reflects that, in certain cases, persons who act as journalists may be members of the armed forces, persons authorized to accompany the armed forces or unprivileged belligerents rather than civilians. The fact that a person is a journalist does not prevent that person from becoming an unprivileged belligerent,” Sowers added.

In the age of attacks committed by radical Islamist militants, unprivileged belligerents are usually classified as terrorists. If they are captured, they are not provided with all the rights of a prisoner of war under the Geneva Conventions. They can be subject instead to indefinite detention and tried by war crimes commissions instead of civilian courts.

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By: Voice of Reason

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