National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)
The American bill signed into law on December 31, 2011 known as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) grants US officials, most notably military police, the right to arrest and detain citizens of any nation without charge, conviction, or a phone call home. Suspension of rights is virtually complete and by law allowed no time limit. I propose that anyone who believes in ending this law before it becomes a more serious threat than it already has, call now for it to be ended (which, so far, the only candidate for US President to object is the almost-out-of-the-running Ron Paul, the Senate and House voted overwhelmingly in favor, President Obama signed the bill instead of vetoing it, and there is no protest in the media or anywhere else to speak of.) If you are interested in networking with me on this issue, please say so; I am willing to give out my email. NDAA must be amended or struck down (it was a defense bill) before the US, wherefrom I hail, takes on more power internationally than it did under Bush, and with laws in place to allow it to continue. The road ahead could be horrible, or it could be put back where it needs to be now. This is an international issue, because the militaristic powers given can be applied against any citizen of any country, on suspicion of terrorism, no charge to that effect being needed; and the US has military bases all over the world, as well one of the top most powerful armed services in any category in the world today.