Army Manual gives permission to kill Americans


This is an excerpt from an Army manual specifying the procedures for civil disturbances.

This applies to U.S. soil as well. If my grade school scholastics in reading are accurate, this specifies permission to murder U.S. civilians inside our borders.

Field Manual No. 3-19.15 Civil Disturbance Operations

Our forces should never be seen as a military policing force on our own soil or as an occupying force in another country.

The Constitution of the United States places the military under civilian control and designates the President as commander-in-chief.

The Posse Comitatus Act prescribes criminal penalties for the use of the US Army or Air Force to execute the laws of or to perform civilian law enforcement functions within the United States Prohibiting the military from executing the laws means that military personnel may not participate directly in:

  • An arrest; a search and seizure; a stop and frisk; or an interdiction of vessels, aircraft, or vehicles.
  • A surveillance or pursuit.
  • A civilian legal case or any other civilian law enforcement activity as informants, undercover agents, or investigators.

Generally, federal military forces may not give law enforcement assistance to civil authorities without conflicting with the Posse Comitatus Act. However, constitutional and statutory exceptions to this prohibition do exist.

Under the Constitution of the United States, exceptions allow the use of military force to execute or enforce the law.

The federal government may use military force to protect federal property and federal government functions

In today’s world, peace operations are usually conducted by a coalition of forces operating under the purview of the UN charter and customary international law. Therefore, the UN may mandate certain restraints.

A Few Procedures

Military police perform four functions of maneuver and mobility support (MS), area security (AS), law and order (L&O), and internment and resettlement (I/R) (FEMA Camps)

Civil authorities must provide adequate detention facilities for all subjects. Authorities must be prepared to detain large numbers of people. (FEMA Camps)

Searching people, placing them under apprehension, and detaining them without probable and just cause or without concern for their constitutional rights create problems and hinder due process. (NDAA)

Handling Civil Disturbances

A large reserve of soldiers should be maintained during civil disturbance operations.

The presence of the MWD (Military Working Dogs) may produce a profound psychological effect on the crowd

Choose the M9 pistol for extraction and apprehension teams. The use of a long weapon (for example, an M16 with an M203, an M4 with an M203, or a 12-gauge shotgun)

Commanders should not dispatch NL (Non-Lethal) patrols.There is no such thing as a NL mission.

NL munitions and equipment are not completely NL; they are NL by intent.

NL munitions can be used as a lethal response if the situation dictates and the intent of the soldier is to inflict death.

During any crowd control operation, the commander must protect the control force with lethal overwatch.

DM (Designated Marksmen) in an overwatch position scans the crowd to identify threats and designate personnel for recovery and lethal rounds firing. They are ideally suited for flank security and countersniper operations.

Armed with a standard infantry rifle that is mounted with a high-powered scope they can scan the crowd, identify agitators and riot leaders for apprehension, or fire lethal fire if so ordered or warranted

John Parks
For two years I've thoroughly enjoyed researching the food additives "scientests" produce and put into all processed food. Also how the FDA classifies them as G.R.A.S. (Generally Recognized As Safe) With about 95% of the research I've done over the last two years the actual science, toxicity reports, manufacturing processes and pure technical aspect of it suggests otherwise.

When you see something that is "hazardous by definition", toxic, poisonous or corrosive and it's in the food you're eating, you would surely have to stop, think and ask, "That's going to go in me. Wait... It passes through the placental barrier? It decreases the testicular weight in mice? It's produced with volvano ash? It's processed with asbestos and krypton gas?"

Now, my main argument is this: If you know the food additive is toxic, corrosive or hazardous by definition, if it requires flammable or corrosive DOT stickers while transporting, if it has saftey precautions, spill procedures and you must wear suitable protective clothing while handling... Can you even assume it's safe to eat?

Irregardless of the exposure limits, the actual amount in food itself, how many regulations and standards there are or how low the toxicity may be... It is the general principle that the additives are still put in the foods you eat on a daily basis. I personally don't believe that when a tomato is dropped you have to evacuate the area and seal off the exits. Because that is exactly the procedure for some of the chemcial agents the FDA allowed in food.