"To require all persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 25 to perform national service, either as a member of the uniformed services or as civilian service in a Federal, State, or local government program or with a community-based agency or community-based entity, to authorize the induction of persons in the uniformed services during wartime to meet end-strength requirements of the uniformed services, to provide for the registration of women under the Military Selective Service Act, and for other purposes."
The above site gives it a 1% chance of being passed, but as an Occupy activist who has watched cops arrest 7400 of us and more, beaten several (I was assaulted by PD for attempting to film them tackling completely innocent fellow Occupiers), and created laws against it, the above bill appeals to the cynic in me as the =potential= formation of enforcers and thugs who would happily bring down the Stanford Experiment upon the nation. If they are "deployed" within the US, it would breach Posse Comitatus.
1400 riot police destroy the Occupy LA encampment:
My Occupy LA Arrest, by Patrick Meighan (Family Guy writer. Warning: Graphic)
Why would anyone create enforcers and thugs? There is a business lobby in LA which employ faux police around the downtown area, including to criminalize and daily harass the homeless out of the area (which cca intend to gentrify). Here are "red shirts" on Skid Row attempting to create a reason to call LAPD to make arrests (very short):
Here is a red shirt on Skid Row saying that he's an "enforcer", at 13 minutes 46 seconds in. What is this corporation telling them they are?
And here are "purple shirts" acting =as police= alongside LAPD as they both attack an OccupyLA march:
But mind you, they are NOT police. They are private corporate-owned patrols, which is fascism.
Here is one of them telling musician Michelle Shocked that she can't leave art in the arts district. You can skip to 1.27.. :facepalm:
From a CCA website capture:
"Do you deserve a place in LA’s most powerful rolodex? Our members are shaping the future of Los Angeles. They’re connected. They’re influential. They belong because they believe in making a difference."
Hopefully this is tinfoil but Trends force me to see things in worst possible terms. Hopefully it's different in your town. But what was nationally done to Occupy, a peaceful, righteous 1st Amendment protest against real actual crimes, amounts to domestic terrorism, by the government's own definitions.