America Is Now Under Martial Law

Thursday, July 11, 2013
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
TheCommonsenseShow.com
July 11, 2013

Martial law is defined as when the “Military government engages in the suspension of ordinary law.” The term martial law is thrown around quite a bit these days and the elements of martial law often gets lost in the conversation. Government critics maintain that this administration is merely looking for an excuse to put the country into total state of martial law and begin to act upon their various “enemies of the state” lists and to ultimately suspend the Constitution. I have got news for the more conservative “Glenn Beck” type of fence sitters, martial law is already here and most of the worst elements of martial law have been put into place and are just awaiting a catalyst.

Two Types of Martial Law

Although the terms may differ, there are essentially two types of martial law. There is the hard core, very overt from of martial which is not disguised, it is simply brutal and deadly. The second type of martial law is often referred to as a “soft” type of martial law.

Hard core martial law is most often declared through a series of directives issued by executive civilian authority or most often by the military commander who has just seized control. Martial law which emanates from civilian authorities most often occurs in stages or in response to a significant crisis, real or false flag. In these instances, false flag attacks are often used to eliminate civil liberties prior to the elimination of the perceived opposition.

Hard Core Martial Law Characteristics

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