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FREEDOM Must Be Defended: People Against the National Defense Act (PANDA)

In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its maximum hour of danger. YOU are that generation. THIS is your role. Freedom must be defended.”
– Judge Andrew Napolitano

by SGT

SGTreport is proud to support the work of Americans who are standing up for our Constitutional rights, and against the winds of tyranny sweeping this nation. And PANDA ‘People Against the National Defense Act‘ is doing just that. They just launched their brand new website which you can visit, here.

PANDA’s young patriotic founder, college student Dan Johnson started the organization in January 2012 in response to the indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act. PANDA is now in 5 states across the country and counting.

Johnson says, “The Liberty movement is basically people getting together and saying the government is too big. They’re encroaching on our liberties, they’re taking away civil liberties left and right, and the Liberty movement says enough… With the NDAA being debated and deliberated behind closed doors, they really didn’t ever want the public to know about this. And that’s why it takes alternative media, media that actually cares about the people, to report on these types of things.

And that’s where SGTreport comes in. We are pleased to bring you the real news minus the corporate propaganda. We are also eager to help try to find solutions and to support freedom defending organizations like PANDA. So check out PANDA’s new web site and find out how you can GET INVOLVED.

The liberty movement doesn’t exist without you. Join the fight against tyranny.

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