GITMO Ready For Inmates

Q Post Dec 2: #2523 – GITMO READY FOR NEW INMATES – Everything Ready for ROUND-UPS!!! Trump Can Use Deadly Military Force for Round Ups!!! (GreatAwakening)

submitted 21 days ago by GodsAngell

Some of the links back to the Q post documents don’t work, so I posting the source here:


Q!!mG7VJxZNCI 2 Dec 2018 – 10:03:21 AM


Define Treason:

The crime of betraying one‚Äôs country, especially byattempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.

Define Subversion:

The act of subverting: a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within.

FAMOUS: Senator Lindsey Graham Questions Brett Kavanaugh Military Law vs Criminal Law (3 minutes).

American Citizens CAN be deemed Enemy Combatants and be Tried by Military Tribunals.

Trump tweets “Treason?” on Sept 5, 2018.

I have posted this link and extracted key statements, further below.ūüďĀ

Yahoo! Military Police Company Deploys to GITMO!!! Ready for inmates as we speak!ūüďĀ

Trump has expanded military prison at GITMO, added a hospital, and court rooms, etc.ūüďĀ

Pentagon delivers new guidelines on transferring detainees to Guant√°namo

“They are unlawful enemy combatants” Amen,legal definition of enemy combatants here:

Questioning: Graham > KAV re: ‘enemy combatants’ [unusual?]

This line of questioning has never been done before in a Supreme Court Justice confirmation hearing like this. Kavanaugh agreed that U.S. Citizens can be deemed Enemy Combatants and thus required to be tried by Military Tribunals. (It shocked the demoncraps. You could hear a pin drop as the astonished Demoncraps finally shut up during the hearing and listened intently to this line of questioning. It was wonderful!)

Define ‘Treason’

The crime of betraying one‚Äôs country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.

EO effective 1.1.19?

What Executive Order becomes effective Jan 1, 2019? Jan 1, 2019 the Military Tribunal Executive Order issued by POTUS on March 1, 2018 goes into effect, removing all wiggle room for these psychopaths to try to get out of being tried as Enemy Combatants and thus they must be tried by Military Tribunal.

2018 Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States

DOJ Office of Legal Counsel opinion re: detain re: US Citizen(s) re: ‘Enemy Combatant’

Yes, I have posted the link and key passages further below. Trump is authorized to use the Military to round up and incarcerate these enemy combatants, and Trump is authorized to use deadly force and they must be kept far from the front lines of the battle, which means they must be kept away from the U.S., they must be detained GITMO, so they can do no further harm. (These psychopaths are toast!)

Drops combined paint a full picture. We’ve got the Picture and we are loving it! GITMO is ready. Military Police are deployed to GITMO so they are ready. It is established that the criminal elite are deemed Enemy Combatants, and thus they will be detained at GITMO and tried under Military Law (Military Tribunals). Trump can use the U.S. Military and Deadly Force to round up these creeps, and detain them at GITMO. So the bigger question IS: Why is Q telling all of this NOW??? He is preparing we Patriots so we know the laws and we know exactly what is going on, so when lame stream media claims this is unconstitutional round up, we Patriots will be able to spread the TRUTH to counter MSM propaganda. So We The People have been Briefed and are ready FOR ACTION!!!

Do you believe in coincidences? Used to, but not anymore! This is all planned to the endth degree, all i’s dotted and all t’s crossed! We Patriots have now received our briefing of what is about to transpire, so we are ready too! Everything ready for the round ups to begin!

May GOD BLESS those who fight to defend our great Nation. Amen! Praying for them daily! Praying for a peaceful round up.

We, the PEOPLE.


This document was referenced by Q above:

DOJ Office of Legal Counsel opinion re: detain re: US Citizen(s) re: ‘Enemy Combatant’….opinion drafted in 2002!


As we explain below, **the President’s authority to detain enemy combatants, including U.S. citizens, is based on his constitutional authority as Commander in Chief. ** We conclude that section 4001(a) does not, and constitutionally could not, interfere with that authority.

In order to understand the scope of section 4001(a), we first set out the proper context established by the President‚Äôs authority to detain enemy combatants during WAR. That authority arises out of the President‚Äôs constitutional status as Commander in Chief. Under the Commander in Chief Clause, the President is authorized to detain all enemy combatants, including U.S. citizens. Finally, we note that Congress has specifically authorized the President to use force against enemy combatants in response to the terrorist attack of September 11.

Article II of the Constitution‚Ķ.the Supreme Court has unanimously stated that it is** ‚Äúthe President alone [] who is constitutionally invested with the entire charge of hostile operations.‚ÄĚ** Hamilton v Dillin, 88 U.S‚Ķ.1874‚Ķ..

…..One of the core functions of the Commander in Chief is that of capturing and detaining members of the enemy….Numerous Presidents, for example, have orderd the capture and detention of enemy combatants during virtually every major conflict in the Nation’s history, including recent conflicts such as the Gulf, Vietnam, and Korean wars.

Recognizing this authority, Congress never has attempted to restrict or interfere with the President‚Äôs authority on this score. It is obvious that the current President plainly has authority to detain enemy combatants in connection with the present conflict, just as he has in every previous armed conflict.

‚Ķ.We should emphasize here that military detention of enemy combatants serves a particular goal, on that is wholly distinct from that of detention of civilians for ordinary law enforcement purposes. The purpose of law enforcement detention is punitive: to punish individuals, to collect evidence establishing that a crime may have been committed, to ensure that an individual will appear at a criminal trial,‚Ķ..The purpose of military detention, by contrast, is exclusively preventive‚Ķ‚Ķ(‚ÄúThe object of capture is to prevent the captured individual from serving the enemy. He is disarmed and from then on he must be removed as completely as practicable from ‚Äėthe front‚Äô:‚Ķ‚ĶAs Commander in Chief, the President **may order the detention of enemy combatants in order to prevent the individual from engating in further hostilities against the United States **(like trying to assassinate the President?), to deprive the enemy of that individual‚Äôs service, and to collect information helpful to the United States‚Äô efforts to prosecute the armed conflict successfully‚Ķ..

While enemy combatants also may be subject to criminal prosecution under United States or International law, ‚Ķ..evidence of criminal liability is legally unnecessary in order for the U.S. Armed Forces to detain an enemy combatant‚Ķ..

‚Ķ.**The fact that a detainee is an American citizen, thus, does not affect the President‚Äôs constitutional authority as Commander in Chief to detain him, once it has been determined that he is an enemy combatant. ** As the Supreme Court has unanimously held, all individuals, regardless of citizenship, who ‚Äúassociate‚ÄĚ themselves with the military arm of the enemy‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúwith its aid, guidance and direction enter this country bent on hostile acts are enemy belligerents‚Ķ.Nothing further need be demonstrated to justify their detention as enemy combatants. The individuals need not be caught while engaged in the act of war or captured with the theatre of war.

We accordingly conclude that, ‚Ķ. the President‚Äôs constitutional authority as Commander in Chief to detain enemy combatants extends to U.S. citizens and noncitizens alike. (That means the Clintons & Co AND Soros and Soros minions, Israel, five eyes, etc.!

Finally, we note that the President‚Äôs constitutional authority to detain enemy combatants during the present conflict is bolstered by Senate Joint Resolution 23, which went into effect on Sept 18, 2001. That resolution recognizes that ‚Äúthe President has authority under the Constitution to take action to deter and prevent acts of international terrorism against the United State.‚ÄĚ Authorization for Use of Military Force‚Ķ‚Ķthe resolution explicitly authorizes ‚Äúthe President to use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations, organizations, or persons he determines planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on Sept 11, 2001 or harbored such organizations or persons, in order to prevent any future acts of international terrorism against the United States by such nations, organizations or persons.‚ÄĚ Thus, Congress has specifically endorsed the use not only of deadly force, but also of the lesser-included authority to detain enemy combatants to prevent them from furthering hostilities against the United States.

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