Geneva Conventions Redefined – Part 3: UCMJ and the separation between military and civilian affairs

By Lt. Eric N. Shine, USNR – USMMRR/ USMMA KP

As we saw in Part 2, the Coast Guard is acting as an extra-Constitutional Branch of Military, which is under Title 10, yet can somehow impose itself upon, police, regulate, even decide civilian affairs and by this, make civilian laws.

Only Branches of the Military, as in the Army as covered under Article I and its branch in the Air Force as was previously the Army Air Corps, and the Navy as covered under Article II and its branch in the form of the Marine Corps, were to come under military law as in Title 10.  Continue reading

Walter Cronkite – Glad to sit at the right hand of Satan

A bit of relevant history. Here is Walter Cronkite speaking his mind in the support of global governance, and advocating America’s yielding of sovereignty for the greater union. Also, Hillary Clinton chimes in supporting him and his efforts.

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