Should of known this was coming down the pike. If ones not enough, then two is better. The bad thing with this, again we pay for our own demise. This is also a way not to pay you social security, retirement or any other benefit (not welfare) you have already paid for.

New legislation would strip you of your citizenship

(NaturalNews) You remember that loathsome, constitutionally questionable provision of the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act that allows the U.S. military to indefinitely detain even American citizens only suspected of terrorist and other activities, right? Now comes its evil twin, the Enemy Expatriation Act, or H.R. 3166, which would strip you of your citizenship as well.

According to a summary of the bill, the act would amend “the Immigration and Nationality Act to include engaging in or purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the United States to the list of acts for which U.S. nationals would lose their nationality. Further, the bill defines hostilities as any conflict subject to the laws of war.”

Like the language of the NDAA, the language of H.R. 3166 sounds innocuous, but when put together, the two pieces of legislation literally give the government the right to come into your home, arrest you on suspicion of illegal activity, and then, as a final act of humiliation, strip you of your citizenship and/or hold you indefinitely.

Does that sound like the America our founders fought – and died – for? Or the tens of millions of Americans since? Not hardly, and as word of this insidious legislation spreads, it is eliciting the strongest of negative responses.

“Never before in our lifetime has the government come so close to fully transforming into a dictatorship as it has now. The new defense bill, if coupled with this expatriation bill, makes me shudder at the thought of what else is hiding beneath our soon-to-be king’s well-guarded sleeves,” writes Rebecca DiFede, a contributing editor to Americans for Limited Government.

Granted, the term “dictator” may be a little extreme, since neither of these pieces of legislation put the enforcement onus strictly on the president. Instead, they spread responsibility for carrying out the bill provisions across several agencies – the Defense Department, Justice Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, as well as the Department of Homeland Security.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/034661_Enemy_Expatriation_Act_citizenship_America.html#ixzz1jkSkUB20

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