Martial Law: Curtailment Or Absolute Control

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Martial Law is, it Curtailment or Absolute Control? Einstein once said, “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.” Unfortunately, it is those who we have placed our utmost trust in that are doing the evil. Whereas, those who are watching and are doing nothing, have been made incapable of doing so. As we travel through this essay we will be briefly covering what Martial Law is, what Martial Law enforces, why it is unacceptably unconstitutional and why an extreme situation isn’t needed for its uprising. What is Martial Law? Ironically, the definition will vary depending who is asked, which website one may choose, and even the search engine that is used. (Google) states that,…show more content…
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Firstly, Martial Law supersedes all actions, laws, by-laws, authority, and the rights of both business’s and any human. We the people of the United States. Is this not what our constitution clearly begins with? The people? As for the so called extreme situation that would be needed for these curtailments to be implemented, the Martial Law has even found its way around this. According to Jim Garrison at (huffingtonpost). “Like the NDAA, the new Executive Order puts the government completely above the law, which, in a democracy, is never supposed to happen. The United States is essentially now under martial law without the exigencies of a national emergency.” So how is this possible? Or what is the emergency? The supposed war on terror is the answer, which according to our government is among every inch of our US boarders. Thus, the of declaring Martial Law is and has been active since 2012, but without pressing activity, or that we can see at
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