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Ready To Send Your Sons To Die For Ukraine? The House Just Passed a Mandatory Military Registration Bill For Ages 18-26!

Just a day ago, the House of Representatives voted to send your sons, brothers, and boyfriends into the meat grinder. They call it “streamlining,” but let’s be real – it’s forced conscription, plain and simple. 

This new bill doesn’t just register young men for the draft automatically; it’s a blank check and a perfect recipe for endless war.

The amendment to the Military Selective Service Act, tucked into the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), leaves no room for doubt:

“SEC. 3. (a)(1) Except as otherwise provided in this title, every male citizen of the United States, and every other male person residing in the United States, between the ages of eighteen and twenty-six, shall be automatically registered under this Act by the Director of the Selective Service System.”

They’re throwing billions at new weapons and expanding the military while cutting funding for things that actually matter, like healthcare, education, and infrastructure.

At least they are giving soldiers a raise. Don’t be fooled. It’s a bribe, an attempt by the government to silence critics and fill ranks.

They want our young men turned into cannon fodder, and they are willing to pay top dollar for it.

This is a wake-up call. The current government consistently seeks to control our lives, demanding our sons, our money, and our obedience. It’s time to say NO and fight back! I agree with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s stance:

Fox News has the full story on this controversial draft registration bill.

The House of Representatives passed a measure on Friday automatically registering men aged 18 to 26 for selective service.

It was part of the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which sets out the U.S. government’s military and national security priorities over the next fiscal year.

This year’s NDAA authorizes $895.2 billion in military spending, a $9 billion increase from fiscal 2024.

While it hasn’t been invoked in over half a century, it’s mandatory for all male U.S. citizens to register for the selective service, also known as the military draft, when they turn 18. Failure to register is classified as a felony and comes with a host of legal challenges.

Supporters of the amendment argue that it would cut down on bureaucratic red tape and help U.S. citizens avoid unnecessary legal issues, as well as cutting down on the taxpayer dollars going toward prosecuting those cases.


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