Joe Lieberman’s fascist agenda to strip Americans of their Constitutional rights -Robert Stark

May 14, 2010

Senator Joe Lieberman is sponsoring a bill with Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown called the “Terrorist Expatriation Act” that would strip terrorist suspects of their citizenship. The bill applies to any American that supports a foreign terrorist organization or any organization that is deemed a supporter of terrorism by an ally of the United States. The bill gives the State Department the power to determine who is a terrorist, and strip away their citizenship.

Joe Lieberman

Lieberman introduced the bill stating, “The State Department will make an administrative determination… the State Department will now have the authority to revoke their citizenship… they will not enjoy the rights and privileges of American citizenship in the legal proceedings against them…. he could then be tried by military commission as the Unprivileged Enemy Belligerent that he is.”

Even though Lieberman claims the bill is to target Americans who have joined Islamic Terrorist Organizations such as Al Qaeda, it has implications affecting many American political dissidents, not just those who one would usually think of as terrorist. Hypothetical scenarios that the bill might apply to are Americans such as former Congresswomen Cynthia McKinney who are helping out Palestinians in Gaza with food and medical aid. Since Israel considers Hamas a terrorist organization and Israel is considered as ally by the US Government.

Another scenario is American Patriots who are helping out the Afrikaner Resistance Movement, which is a secessionist movement in South Africa. Let’s say the ANC Government in South Africa declares the movement a terrorist organization and the US state department decides to go after Americans who are helping the organization.

Joe Lieberman also sponsored another bill in the Senate with John McCain called the “Enemy Belligerent, Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act”. This bill which has been described as the “Patriot Act on steroids” gives the President the power to determine if an individual poses a terrorist threat so that they can be detained and interrogated. Under this Bill the suspects would loose their Miranda rights and Sixth Amendment Right to an Attorney and fair trial.

McCain explained it stating, “we still don’t have a clear mechanism, legal structure, and implementing policy for dealing with terrorists who we capture in the (alleged) act of trying to bring about attacks on the United States and our national security interests at home and abroad.”

Lieberman added, “These are not common criminals. They are war criminals. Anyone we capture in this war should be treated as a prisoner of war, held by the military, interrogated for information that will protect Americans and help us win this war and then where appropriate, tried not in a normal federal court where criminals are tried but before a military commission.”

These two bills sponsored by Joe Lieberman tie in to each other. One bill strips Americans of their citizenship, and the other of their right to a fair trial once they lose their citizenship. Many conservatives supported the Patriot Act under Bush thinking it would only be against Islamic extremists, but now Obama can use it to go after those in the Tea Parties and the patriot movement who have already been labeled by the establishment as “domestic terrorist”.

These bills create a dictatorship where the State Department is given the power the strip the rights of any American citizen, especially political dissidents. Maybe some day when Americans take back their country, this law may be used against the same traitors who are behind this bill who also happen to have ties to foreign terrorists.



4 Responses to “Joe Lieberman’s fascist agenda to strip Americans of their Constitutional rights -Robert Stark”

  1. Philip K. on May 14th, 2010 4:35 pm

    Joe Lieberman and this bill are perfect examples of terrible leadership with in the Democratic Party, he is still technically a Democrat right?. How can you believe and sentence of what comes out of his mouth. This is another Patriot Act in disguise, ultimately protecting his agenda. I echo the stance of the guy in this video Adam.
    If we aren’t on these people 24hrs a day they will just give away everything.

  2. Dave on May 15th, 2010 8:36 pm

    Ok, you have to understand something very important here: If they want to drag any of us on the carpet for helping the South Africans they will have given us a great deal more power to tell the story of the vicious genocide against White people in general, and the genocide of White people in South Africa in specific. They won’t go after us for that reason; It would just shine too much light on the fact that they Anglo-Elites in Angloshpere have turned a blind eye on the vile genocide that they have allowed to be perpetrated upon innocent White people in South Africa. It would finally show them for the vicious anti-White genociders that they really are.

    So don’t worry, keep on sending anything you can to these people to help them because the elites won’t go after you; they can’t afford to be outed any more than they already have been so far. And also, it’s only going to get worser for them; their reign is coming to an end because they have totally destroyed and bankrupted the western world in their failed attempt to genocide the White race. It’s over for them and they know it.

    Keep up the great work guys.


  3. torgriim on May 16th, 2010 12:10 pm

    This Senate Bill is an act of desperation.

    How will this ever pass a Supreme Court challenge? This Bill, SB3081, might have been written by King George of merry old England.

  4. torgriim on May 16th, 2010 1:28 pm

    From above;

    Lieberman added; “These are not common criminals. They are war criminals. Anyone we capture in this war should be treated as a prisoner of war.”
    Notice, the word war is not captialized, yes, because it has not been a declared war as in Article 1 Section 8 of the US Constitution, “To Declare War.” Has there been a Declaration of War? No. To do that we would have a debate in Congress and with proper input we would have a vote of the Legislature to either declare war or not.
    This is what happens when the Constitution is abridged, by the Executive.
    Do not forget Vietnam! Another Executive Action, that violated the Constitution.

    Lieberman should be run out of office for even suggesting this Bill!