Monday, December 26, 2011

Racial agitation rampant amid state militia rumors

14 Governors have 'state defense forces' -
Civil war talk rumbles American heartland

The governors of Texas and Minnesota have voiced fears that the Obama Administration is appeasing America's enemies and shunning its allies.

Governor Tim Pawlenty of Mr. Obama includes his perception that the President is appeasing America's enemies by de-emphasizing a long-standing partnership with Israel.

Published reports have attributed statements to Governor Rick Perry that say he thinks the President is punishing Texas by dumping tens of thousands of illegal immigrants into Texas cities and small towns.

According to Dr. Lyle J. Rapacki, an intelligence analyst and consultant who receives and disseminates critical intelligence and policy information from and to law enforcement, intelligence operatives, homeland security officials, government and community leaders, the two governors have joined an additional dozen to form “State Defense Forces.”

These defense forces are described in this way.

“State Guards, State Military Reserves, State Militias in the United States are military units that operate under the sole authority of a state government; they are not regulated by the National Guard Bureau nor are they part of the Army National Guard. State Defense Forces are authorized by state and federal law and are under the command of the governor of each state. State Defense Forces are distinct from their state’s National Guard in that they cannot become federal entities.

“Mr. Obama is fearful of these State Defense Forces, in that he does not have control of said forces, and with the U.S. Military stretched to near breaking from multiple deployments and theatre actions in Iraq and Afghanistan, these State military forces would be under the direct command and authority of the Governors in which states have said forces. In essence, the Governors would have 'de facto control' of the United States..,” according to Dr. Rapacki.

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