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It gets even more sinister. The National Socialists in our government are openly recruiting party members who will enforce the party line. (part 4)
In 2008, Presidential candidate Obama called for a civilian national security force as powerful, and strong, and well-funded as our military.15
President Obama was sworn in January 20, 2009, and on January 23rd the Department of Defense issued Directive 1404.10 to create the DoD Civilian Expeditionary Workforce. The directive supersedes the 1992 directive (same number) DoD U.S Citizen Civilian Employees with a few interesting changes made.
In the older directive, the term “overseas” is used 33 times, and in the new one the terms appears only five times.16 In the older directive, some contingency situation is mentioned 4 times, but “contingency operation(s),” where individuals are involved in military operations as armed forces engaged in hostilities against the enemy of the United States, is not mentioned once. In the new directive the exact term is mentioned 6 times; 5 times in reference to civilian deployment.17 The direction the revised directive takes is in much more emphasis on civilian active duty in the theater of operations, and far less traveling outside America to see that action.
Then, in March 2009 the House passed the Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act (GIVE Act) to create 175,000 service opportunities. The legislation, cosponsored by Congressman George Miller (D-California) was reportedly written to provide “additional funding to match the renewed interest in national service since President Obama’s election and the acute need for volunteerism” in our struggling economy.18 The legislation calls for $6 billion, to start out, but tough times call for tough choices, and as we will see later Miller had already identified some choices he wants Americans to make the pay for this.
The GIVE Act is for the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce what the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) is for the Army, but with a twist.
The Act focuses on secondary (high school) education service-learning projects for meeting community needs, and also calls for training educators to build a national infrastructure for this service.19 It is focused on poorer communities, where government stipends are more attractive. But that’s only the start.
For example, in the Bill’s original form was contained a provision for establishing a commission to determine:
Whether a workable, fair, and reasonable mandatory service requirement for all able young people could be developed, and how such a requirement could be implemented in a manner that would strengthen the social fabric of the Nation and overcome civic challenges by bringing together people from diverse economic, ethnic, and educational backgrounds.20
The authors and supporters were heading straight for mandatory service requirements for everyone, and funding for the Bill would have contained budget for a commission to write legislation to bring it about. In order for the authors of the Bill to obtain its successful passage, that section of the aggressively fascist law was amended out in 2009, but the clear and present danger posed by National Socialists was exhibited as a stark reality in the House, and is a force to be contended with (most of the Bill passed intact).
Echoing ‘infill development’ in the Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act of 2008, the political indoctrination aspect of the Give Act can be seen in its ‘social fabric’ requirement of purposely bringing together groups of people from diverse backgrounds. Without a gathering of individual with opposing views and different beliefs with respect to moral, ethical, and political issues; trained government facilitators would be unable to apply Hegelian Dialectical process to change the beliefs and thus their behavior by forming the new consensus view.
The facilitators require thesis and antithesis to work the group towards synthesis. Forever in search of the vaunted ‘middle ground’ individuals can be pried away from their belief in absolute truths and transcendent values to compromise for the sake to the greater good. Individuals who do exhibit truth separation anxiety are mollified with an assortment of platitudes like ‘it’s not a hill to die on’ and ‘you can still keep your truth.’ But possessing your truth that doesn’t exist anywhere else or apply to anyone else, or even to you as you are moved forward with the group consensus produces cognitive dissonance; where it has been proven that when behavior does not match beliefs, beliefs over time change to match behavior.
Although the mandatory service requirements for the young did not make the Bill’s final cut, in its current form the GIVE Act even provides for establishing a National Senior Service Corps. For retirees and seniors (‘There is nobody who can’t serve….’). Eventually, everyone will be pressed into community service, and community consensus.
15. Lee Cary, “Obama’s Civilian National Security Force.” American Thinker (July 20, 2008). http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/07/obamas_civilian_national_secur.html
16. Directive 1401, April 10, 1992, Department of Defense. http://biotech.law.lsu.edu/blaw/dodd/corres/pdf/d140410_041092/d140410p.pdf
17. Directive 1401, January 23, 2009, Department of Defense. http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140410p.pdf
18. Kelley Vlahos, “House passes Volunteerism Bill Critics Call Pricey, Forced Service,” Fox News (March 18, 2009). http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/03/18/house-passes-volunteerism-critics-pricey-forced-service/
19. Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act of 2009, H.R. 1388, 111th Cong., 1st sess. http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?c111:6:./temp/~c111Qj8ODb::
20. H.R. 1388 as reported in the House, March 9, 2009. (emphasis added) http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?c111:1:./temp/~c111Qj8ODb::