Yes, it sounds
like something out of a science fiction novel, but you’d better
believe that it’s happening, and it’s happening right
here and now.
U.S. citizen and Mississippi resident Wade Hicks boarded a military
flight to visit his wife, a Navy lieutenant stationed in Okinawa,
Japan, he did not think it would be a one-way trip. Stopping off
in Hawaii to refuel, upon reboarding the plane, Hicks
was quickly escorted back off again by armed guards. He was then
taken to a secure interrogation room where Hicks was informed
he would not be flying anywhere because he turned up on the no-fly
since been stranded on the island state without a way home.
asked to get off the plane, “It started out like something fairly
routine,” Hicks said in his interview with Infowars. “About 15-20
minutes later, two heavily armed Air Force security forces
guys showed up.”
It was then
Hicks was told he would not be flying anywhere. There is no indication
as to why Hicks was able to first fly from San Francisco to Hawaii
without being notified he was supposedly on the list.
to Infowars that a supposed disabled veteran claiming to be a
Navy Seal had joined his prepper group earlier in the year, but
Hicks felt the man’s story seemed suspicious. Through a Freedom
of Information Act request, Hicks learned the man had never been
in the military even though he possessed an authentic military
ID. Sometime later while out driving, Hicks saw the man’s car
and ended up tailing him to a Mississippi Department of Homeland
Security branch office where the man parked his car.
asked if he thought his affiliation with a prepper group caused
him to get detained, Hicks responded, “If it does, that’s a pretty
is a law abiding citizen; this has been confirmed
by a background check performed by the Northeast Intelligence
Network which was authorized by Hicks.
His only “crime,”
it seems, is that he is associated with the preparedness movement
and that he has a preference for limited government.
Last year Senator
Rand Paul warned us about scenarios much like this one. To the
apathetic and indifferent ears of the American public Paul said
“that some day there could be a government in power that is
shipping its citizens off for disagreements.”
That day has
come and Rand Paul’s prescient warnings are becoming a frightening
are laws on the books now that characterize who might be a terrorist.
missing fingers on their hands is a suspect according to the Department
of Justice. Someone who has guns, someone who has ammunition that
is weatherproofed, someone who has more than seven days of food
in their house can be considered a potential terrorist.
you are suspected by these activities do you want the government
to have the ability to send you to Guantanamo Bay for indefinite
Hicks may not have been sent to Guantanamo, but he was detained
against his will and restricted from travel by his own government
– and for no reason at all. In fact, Hicks may never learn
why he was added to the no-fly list because of national security
secrecy laws made possible through the Patriot Act.
has been found guilty without ever having been charged, with no
evidence having been presented, and without being tried in a court
of law as is mandated by the Constitution of the United States –
the supposed fundamental law of the land.
there’s a strong possibility that if you store emergency food,
or visit alternative web sites, or put a Gadsden bumper sticker
on your car, or like to collect guns, or associate with certain
groups on social networks, you are already on the red list, or soon