Alamance County introduced a “Martial Law” ordinance via the Consent Agenda, but it was tabled

The video below is preset to start at the relevant time:

July 16th, 2012

Alamance County Commissioners Meeting

An attempt to pass an Emergency Declaration Ordinance in Alamance County, NC was tabled. What are your county commissioners doing?

David DeGerolamo

h/t David Andrews

      
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brocktownsend
9 years ago

I have the trees.

david hance
david hance
9 years ago

Crazy control Freak Government!
Table it! Kill it!

Jordan
Jordan
9 years ago

And to think it was only contained at the national level.

David
David
9 years ago

Go to the 1:28:00 mark to see them discuss it.
Go to http://www.alamance-nc.com/publicftp/AgendaPacket071612.pdf

and look at page 39-40 on the pdf document to look at the language
it said

“ORDINANCE TO DECLARE A LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZE
OFFICERS AND STAFF TO EMPLOY CERTAIN EMERGENCY MEASURES AND
RESTRICTIONS IN ALAMANCE COUNTY
WHEREAS, pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Section 14-288.12 (a), as applicable to
county government through North Carolina General Statute Section 153A-445 (b), Alamance County has
the authority to declare a local state of emergency and enact ordinances to deal with a local state of
emergency; and
WHEREAS, this Ordinance authorized by statute permits the following prohibitions and
restrictions:
(1) Of movements of people in public places;
(2) Of the operation of offices, business establishments, and other places to or from which people may
travel or at which they may congregate;
(3) Upon the possession, transportation, sale, purchase, and consumption of alcoholic beverages;
(4) Upon the possession, transportation, sale, purchase, storage, and use of dangerous weapons and
substances, and gasoline; and
(5) Upon other activities or conditions the control of which may be reasonably necessary to maintain
order and protect lives or property during the state of emergency; and”

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David A. Laibow
David A. Laibow
9 years ago

I suspect that at 11:45 PM on the evening of Tuesday, November 6, 4 TV networks — NBC, CBS, ABC and CNN — will call the election for Mitt Romney, regardless of the numbers (unless there’s a landslide for Obama, which is more than possible, given the unspeakable stupidity and shortsighted greed of millions of Americans). This will be the signal for pre-planned suburban violence in areas with predominantly white residents and police forces that can’t control imported mobs; the real role of the “Occupy” crowd is to be a force-in-being for this purpose, the same as the Nazi SA (Sturmabteilung or Storm Troopers). This provides a pretext for President Obama to declare martial law and thus continue in office.
I also suspect that if this happens, by Saturday morning, November 10, most of the leadership of the Republican Party down to the county level (and their families) will be either dead or behind federal barbed wire, and you’ll be living in the North American People’s Democratic Republic. I hope you’ll enjoy it.

william readling
william readling
9 years ago

Declare martial law, because of gasoline nearing $5 per gallon? Now that’s what I call an over reaction. What are these people going to do when it really hits the fan?