H.R. 5741: Universal National Service Act

To require all persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform national service, either as a member of the uniformed services or in civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, to authorize the induction of persons in the uniformed services during wartime to meet end-strength requirements of the uniformed services, and for other purposes.

H.R. 5741: Universal National Service Act

6 thoughts on “H.R. 5741: Universal National Service Act

  1. Granny

    And to think that *Stinkin’* Lincoln* OUTLAWED (cough cough) SLAVERY only to have a half assed Black bring it back.

    This is the CHANGE that he promised – Enforced SLAVERY –

    Wonder how those NEW BLACK PANTHERS are gonna like this one??????
    Or maybe they are gonna be the New Field Bosses…..

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  2. C. Jeffery Small

    Our government run educational system has done a fine job of inverting, in the minds of many citizens, the relationship between the individual and their government. Our Declaration of Independence clearly spell out that it is “self-evident” that each sovereign individual possesses “unalienable Rights” including “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”. These are inherent rights which we possess as part of our human nature, and are not some gift bestowed upon us by a benevolent state. The Declaration continues: “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the consent of the governed”. Individuals are not duty-bound to serve the state; just the opposite! Government is created for one very explicit purpose, which is to serve the need to protect those rights possessed by every individual member of society — and nothing more. Period!

    When some government bureaucrat proposes to force you, me, or anyone else, against our respective voluntary wills, to serve the government’s interests under direction of some state administrator, whether that be for an hour, a day, two years, or a lifetime, this is nothing less than slavery, and no amount of weasel words or Orwellian doublespeak will alter or hide this simple fact.

    If you value your life and the freedom to decide how you wish to live it, then you should be alarmed that this bill is even being discussed in the halls of Congress by a body of elite members who have made it clear that they intend to be the masters, ruling over us and directing every aspect and decision affecting our lives. Do not wait until it is too late to fight back against this tyranny. Rise up today in protest over this abomination and work to insure that it never sees the light of day.

    For a full take on this bill, see my article at: http://go-galt.org/Galt_Pledge/JG_Current.html

    And for a discussion of the philosophical meaning underlying this issue, refer to the following web page: http://go-galt.org/Galt_Pledge/

    In liberty,

    C. Jeffery Small

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  3. Rod Kennedy

    Very Well said Jeffery,
    ( deriving their just Powers from the “consent, consent, consent” of the governed ).

    This is the key people need to understand. I also believe you misspelled bureaucrat, I think BUREAURAT is more like it.. Thanks for your post, need to re-educate (deprogram) folks away from 13+ years of the public fool system. It’s a pretty good mind warping program they have been using, making us believe we are Free. Can anyone name one thing that is not taxed or regulated by the ‘Givern’ment, in one form or another. Every option you could possibly think of at one point either pre or post action, there would be an interaction with an ordinance, rule, code, regulation, tax or a supposed law. Still think your free. Hell, my dog is supposed to have a license and he don’t even drive…… Wake up and educated your neighbors, get prepared for the worst, because it’s sure coming.

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  4. hippybiker

    I hope they give them nice unique uniforms. That way, they will stand out and make easy targets. hb Florida Cracka Boy!

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  5. TED

    I’m reading this and that halfassed black is on TV (AGAIN) flappin’ his lips about education. Nothin’ pisses me off more than hearing some damned politician flap his lips about education. WHY THE HELL DO WE HAVE A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION?

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  6. Neal

    The only National Service I would like to see is for Washington D.C. to sink to the bottom of the Potomac, sort of like the lost continent of Atlantis. The only problem is that the pollution would be hundreds of times worse than the Gulf oil spill.

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