Monday, January 30, 2012

Some examples of the new jobs created by Barack Hussein Obama.

The 2012 presidential campaign has started off with bang and our Dear Leader is flooding the airwaves with boasts about all the new jobs he has created. Well, besides the campaign workers he's hired I can't deny that he hasn't created a few new jobs but I wouldn't go around bragging about some of them if I were in his shoes. You all heard about the controversial provision Obama wanted inserted in the National Defense Authorization Act FY2012, the part about suspending the Constitutional Rights of American Citizens and giving the U.S. Army the authority to snatch off the streets anyone they want and hold them indefinitely. Well, some people began to doubt that such a Police State atmosphere could ever exist in the United States of America. Sorry to have to bust your bubble but the U.S. Army has already listed on their web site some new job openings for what they call Internment/Resettlement (I/R) Specialists. Read it below.
The following  Careers & Jobs is the complete text taken from the U.S. Army web site
Read it carefully and then consider the controversial sections 1031 and 1032 of the National Defense Authorization Act FY2012 (Senate Bill 1867 just passed in the Senate that grants authority to the government to detain indefinitely without trial any American it considers to be a threat.
Subtitle D--Detainee Matters
      Sec. 1031. Affirmation of authority of the Armed Forces of the United States to detain covered persons pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force.
      Sec. 1032. Requirement for military custody.
Also consider that Homeland Security has previously defined the sources of these threats to be American citizens who support 2nd Amendment Rights, Pro-Life and returning combat veterans. As I wrote in my blog on December 2, 2011:
Following the Islamic motivated attacks on America on 9-11-2001 Congress hastily passed The Patriot Act. Then they created the Department of Homeland Security. Then Homeland Security issued two revealing documents that identified the targets of their concerns about domestic terrorists. (U//FOUO) Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment and (U//FOUO) Domestic Extremism Lexicon. Then, in 2009, Democrat leftist Rep. Alcee L. Hastings from Florida introduced H.R. 645, which was described by the very knowledgeable columnist Jerome R. Corsi, in a WorldNet Daily News story:  Bill creates detention camps in U.S. for 'emergencies' Sweeping, undefined purpose raises worries about military police state posted on February 01, 2009, as "calling for the secretary of homeland security to establish no fewer than six national emergency centers for corralling civilians on military installations." "The proposed bill, which has received little mainstream media attention, appears designed to create the type of detention center that those concerned about use of the military in domestic affairs fear could be used as concentration camps for political dissidents, such as occurred in Nazi Germany."

Waiting a few years till the ripples of discontent had subsided and citizens memories faded we then have in the last few days another bill, S.1867 which has just passed in the Senate. The National Defense Authorization Act bill contains the following section. SEC. 1031. AFFIRMATION OF AUTHORITY OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES TO DETAIN COVERED PERSONS PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF MILITARY FORCE. None other than the ACLU has described this as: "The worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial provision is in S. 1867, the National Defense Authorization Act bill, which will be on the Senate floor on Monday. The bill was drafted in secret by Sens. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) and passed in a closed-door committee meeting, without even a single hearing."
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Internment / Resettlement Specialist (31E)
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Internment/Resettlement (I/R) Specialists in the Army are primarily responsible for day-to-day operations in a military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility. I/R Specialists provide rehabilitative, health, welfare, and security to U.S. military prisoners within a confinement or correctional facility; conduct inspections; prepare written reports; and coordinate activities of prisoners/internees and staff personnel.

Some of your duties as an Internment/Resettlement Specialist may include:
  • Assist with the supervision and management of confinement and detention operations
  • Provide external security to confinement/corrections facilities or detention/internment facilities
  • Provide counseling and guidance to individual prisoners within a rehabilitative program
  • Prepare or review reports and records of prisoners/internees and programs


Job training for an Internment/Resettlement Specialist requires nine weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and eight weeks of Advanced Individual Training. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in a field environment. Some of the skills you'll learn are:
  • Military laws and jurisdictions
  • Level of Force Procedures
  • Unarmed Self-Defense Techniques
  • Police Deviance and Ethics Procedures
  • Interpersonal Communications Skills
  • Close confinement operations
  • Search and restraint procedures
  • Use of firearms
  • Custody and control procedures
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Helpful Skills

Helpful attributes include:
  • An ability to think and react quickly
  • An ability to remain calm in stressful situations
  • An interest in law enforcement and crime prevention
  • Being physically fit
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Advanced Responsibilities

Advanced level Internment/Resettlement Specialist provides guidance, supervises and trains other Soldiers within the same discipline. As an advanced level I/R Specialist, you may be involved in:
  • Supervise and establish all administrative, logistical and food support operations, confinement/correctional, custodial, treatment, and rehabilitative activities
  • Responsible for all personnel working in the confinement/correctional facility, including security, logistical, and administrative management of the prisoner/internee population
  • Provide command and control, staff planning, administration/logistical services, and custody/control for the operation of an Enemy Prisoner of War/Civilian Internee (EPW/CI) camp
  • Provide command and control, staff planning, administration/logistical services, and custody/control for the operation of detention facility or the operation of a displaced civilian (DC) resettlement facility
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Related Civilian Jobs

The skills you'll learn as an Internment/Resettlement Specialist will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies or the federal penal system. You might also be able to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions.
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Civilian Certifications Earned

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Let me simplify these qualifications because they probably won't be read by anyone who is too highly educated. The job opening should say: "If you like the idea of walking around with a gun and you like to push people around, beat them up and act like a goon, then your government needs you. If taking an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States doesn't mean much to you then you are the kind of person we're looking for." Just remember one thing. Americans like being free and probably won't take to kindly to seeing you in their neighborhood. Oh, and one more thing, go back and read some stuff about the first American Revolution, its called American History. You might get an idea about how far we'll go for our freedom.


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