Obama’s planned use of the military against American citizens has now gained substantial acknowledgment in the mainstream media. A report in The Washington Times earlier this year entitled “Inside the Ring: Memo outlines Obama’s plan to use the military against citizens” it was revealed that the 2010 Pentagon Directive No. 3025.18, “Defense Support of Civil Authorities,” gives President Obama authority to violate the Posse Comitatus Act – which forbids using our own troops against us on American soil.
“This appears to be the latest step in the administration’s decision to use force within the United States against its citizens,” said one defense official opposed to the directive.
The directive does include several innocent and positive provisions, such as support for civilian safety and rescue services, special events and the use of the Army Corps of Engineers within United States borders, but other provisions seem far more sinister. The directive provides for “emergency authority,” under which Federal military forces may be used to “quell civil disturbances” under authorization of the President.
“Quell civil disturbances.” If that sounds disturbing, read on. On the next page you'll learn that it's much worse than it seems: