H.R. 4350: Prepare for Martial Law
On October 18th, 2021, Democratic U.S. Representative Adam Schiff of California first introduced H.R. 4350, otherwise known as the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022.” Inside the 3,268 pages of this proposed legislation contain populist ideals like increasing funding to support military veterans, their families, victims, increasing education, sentencing reform, increasing aid to foreign countries, increasing collaboration with foreign intelligence, increasing national security, and a variety of other innocuous benefits. However, entwined within the bill lies a nefarious deceptive recipe for mass financial devastation for the American population. Once enacted, this suggested legislation would have the capability to invoke a state of martial law should these new federal regulations receive public resistance.
Covering topics such as NATO, Russia, Ukraine, China, Taiwan, Israel, Korea, Singapore, climate change, digital health surveillance, Military land acquisition, reduction in the consumption of meat, counterterrorism, extending the use of National Guard authorities to Mayor of the District of Columbia, nuclear weapons, artificial intelligence, missiles, the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights violations, and even a 1952 C-119 Flying boxcar, this legislation is a medley for the destruction of America. In addition, this imperial legislation ensures either a military or congressional presence in many international countries, in an effort to influence foreign policy, while laundering U.S. tax dollars into the foreign nation’s government, at both the American economy and the citizen’s personal expense. This arrives nationally in the form of supply shortages, which can easily be blamed on a variety of alternate factors, none of which involve the U.S. federal government. This blame be can distributed to a variety of entities and attributes, including contrasting ideologies or beliefs, which target gender, race, and ethnicity. The result, is a strategically coordinated national divide, summoning more authoritative legislation, which can be implemented through various amendments often occurring behind the scenes.
One of these horrifying manifestations, operates under the guise of our national security and economic protection. H.R. 4350, a bill which seeks to dismantle the United States’ working class, readdress a multitude of geopolitical topics, while simultaneously yielding the power of the west to the global medical narrative. While many amendments written into the policy are designed to be implemented only for a period of time before expiring, their existence will facilitate the necessary change required to transfer America’s power and resources from the hands of the citizen, placing the full weight of humanity into a universal one-party system of control. The full magnitude of H.R. 4350’s revolutionary policy is enough to rattle the cage of society, rendering traditional means of compliance obsolete. We no longer exist in a world where freedom of decision exists without consequence. Once H.R. 4350 is enacted, a political overhaul will ensue carrying forth the orders entwined within the legislation to distribute our national resources to various sectors of the planet, while offering oligarchs a second opportunity in procuring a plethora of sustainable cash at the people’s expense.
What’s in Bill H.R. 4350?
The development of H.R. 4350 manifested into a 3,268-page legislative proposition which seeks to install revolutionary societal revisions through official amendments to multiple U.S. Codes. In addition, H.R. 4350 calls for the transfer of authoritative powers, enacting the ability to install martial law, furthering the climate change initiative, and requests official congressional perspectives on major geopolitical issues. The combined Divisions of the bill depict the furthering of the federal government’s reconditioning of our everyday lives to uphold a global agenda through ‘necessary changes’ to move the power away from the people. An overview of the bill depicts how our federal government plans to spend billions of dollars for the creation of new military facilities, building defense of natural resources, and controlling global access to energy. The bill also relays legislative techniques to prevent future pandemics, publicly defined as “biosecurity.” In order to be implemented into society, the government’s proposed tyrannical tactics demand full compliance, in exchange for basic liberties and civil rights, such as access to public resources, personal property, sustainable food, and clean water, “on behalf of the people.”
The H.R. 4350 legislation contains seven divisions.
Division A - Department of Defense Authorizations.
Division B - Military Construction Authorizations.
Division C - Department of Energy National Security Authorizations and Other Authorizations.
Division D - Funding Tables.
Division E - Non-Department of Defense Matters.
Division F - Department of State Authorities.
Division G - Global Pandemic Prevention and Biosecurity.
Division A - Department of Defense Operations
Division A prepares the U.S. military to “force posture” in regions such as the Indo-Pacific, while calling for official congressional reports of cooperation between the U.S. National Guard and Taiwan. Calling for a “sense of congress” on many countries throughout the world, H.R. 4350 provides a unique opportunity for a modern congressional perspective to influence U.S. foreign affairs. Mentioning the control of everything engaging in “irregular warfare,” [Sec. 1201.] to the “establishment and implementation of the Space National Guard,” [Sec. 921, 923] to the quest of obtaining a steady supply of synthetic graphite for the Department of Defense (DOD) [Sec. 839.]
Sec 529A. Chapter 89 - Countering Extremism in the Armed Forces
“In General — Part II of subtitle A of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new chapter” warns H.R. 4350.
Section 529A. Chapter 89 reveals the strategic method which will be used to enforce the new legislative amendments. Unlike abortion, which was never codified during the nearly 50 years of Roe v. Wade, the federal government seeks to immediately implement the ingredients to enact martial law into our U.S. Code. One example, H.R. 4350 will add an amendment to the existing Title 10 of the U.S. Code to “prescribe regulations regarding the separation of a member of the armed forces who engages in extremist activities or is a member of an extremist organization.” This proposition would include virtually any conflicting belief or ideology which dares to defy the narrative, moving the defenses of our national to cater to a one-party ideology. This very well may one of the last attempts to condition human soldiers before Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be implemented to carry out orders which would otherwise infringe upon the moral compass of human beings. A state of totalitarian control seeking to enslave humanity and curb the western military to uphold a global new world order. These include:
1801. Office of Countering Extremism.
1802. Training and education.
1803. Data collection and analysis.
1804. Reporting requirements.
Sec. 569E. Continued assistance to schools with significant numbers of military dependent students
Section 569E of Division A merges the Secretary of Defense into partnerships with elementary schools, secondary schools, postsecondary educations institutions, and nonprofit organizations under the guise of promoting the Women, Peace, and Security Act of 2017. There is no mention of intended oversight to ensure this message is actually the one being directed to children through various forms of propaganda, and that the youths of America are not being indoctrinated with dangerous political ideologies which both enforce bias and procure both compliance in an effort to win future votes.
“The Secretary of Defense shall seek to enter into partnerships with elementary schools, secondary schools, postsecondary educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations, to support activities relating to the implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security Act of 2017.”
Sec. 1067. Extension of National Guard authorities to Mayor of the District of Columbia.
Section 1067 of Division A’s official title reads “‘‘An Act to provide for the organization of the militia of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.” First approved on March 1, 1889 [sec. 49–409, D.C. Official Code], H.R.4350 calls for a permanent amendment to be made by striking ‘‘President of the United States’’ and inserting ‘‘Mayor of the District of Columbia’’. This condition also extends to the U.S. Reserve Corps, in Section 72 (sec. 49–407, D.C. Official Code). What this means is that the Mayor of D.C. can implement Marshall Law at their own discretion, superseding the U.S. Constitution, and enabling the revocation of the civil rights from those who reside under its rule: the people themselves.
Section 1067 also allows the Mayor of the District of Columbia, alongside the Commanding General to act as the commanding officer.
Many amendments found throughout this section indicate the striking of “‘the commanding general of the National Guard of the District of Columbia’ and inserting ‘‘the Mayor of the District of Columbia.’”
Sec. 839 - Supply Of Synthetic Graphite For The Department Of Defense.
Section 839 reveals the federal government’s plea for Graphite. Officially designating Synthetic Graphite as “ a strategic and critical material for defense needs” Section 839 demands that the U.S. government’s procurement of Graphite “to the maximum extent practicable.”
This process will occur from three ambiguously-named sources.
“First, from sources domestically owned and produced within the United States.”
“Second, from sources located within the United States or the national technology and industrial base (as defined in section 2500 of title 10, United States Code).”
“Third, from other sources as appropriate.”
What’s the bigger picture behind the federal government’s plot to hoard Graphite?
Graphite can be used to make Graphene, the thinnest and most conductive substance known to man. It is with Graphene Oxide that high quality remote wireless connections can be made, ushering in a new wave of surveillance. With increased interest in Graphene Oxide production, its evident that the great transition from Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) to 5G-enabled remote wireless surveillance through biometric technology, has finally arrived.
Sec. 1256. - Palau
Section 1256 calls for a stronger U.S. military presence in sovereign country of Palau [Sec. 1256] Although the United States has officially claimed responsibility for Palau’s defense until 2044, the country has recently requested to hold an even stronger U.S. military presence, for purposes of national defense. The United States and Palau are both members of the same elite global organizations like the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Bank — entities which demand compliance and increased commitment to ensure universal progression. As the Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.) routinely defends, the long term strategy for for global compliance is for oligarchs to obtain all planetary resources, building a collectivist utopia only experienced by the privileged. at the expense of the individual, and an even greater expense to its resistance.
“(2) Congress is receptive to the Republic of Palau’s request to the United States to establish a regular United States military presence in Palau for purposes of Palau’s defense and encourages the Department of Defense to review such request.”
Sec. 1307. Funding For The Nato Strategic Communications Center Of Excellence.
Section 1307 describes unwavering financial support for other globalist entities like that of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). providing a $5,000,000 increase to their overall budget. Despite the current state of national inflation, this extra cash will encourage better “cooperation” and “information sharing” between NATO, its Member Countries, and Partners. This means U.S national security will be shared with international entities to “enhance capability.” The legislation claims that providing open access from NATO Members to sensitive U.S. intelligence and technology will facilitate “education, research and development, lessons learned and consultation in strategic communications and information operations.” Beyond facilitating re-education, and furthering strategic research and development, H.R. 4350 justifies that this budget increase of U.S. tax dollars distributed to NATO will improve the their ability to prevent, counter, and suppress “disinformation, active measures, propaganda, and denial and deception activities of Russia and China.”
Sec. 1309. Sense Of Congress On Enhancing Nato Efforts To Counter Misinformation And Disinformation.
Section 1309 of Division A calls for a congressional sense on methods of enhancing NATO’s ability to combat misinformation and disinformation, i.e. alternative thought. Thinking outside of the narrative is so dangerous it has become on of the primary focuses of NATO and its funding, as the U.S. federal government takes the censorship war to a global level.
The silencing of diversity, referred to as “technological resilience,” is financially supported through the syphoning of revenue from the very populous subject to its conditioning. The eradication of free speech will now be upheld by the same force originally formed as an alliance to combat oppressive communist ideology during the Soviet Union.
“It is the sense of Congress that the United States should—”
(1) prioritize efforts to enhance the North Atlantic T reaty Organization’ (NATO’s) capacity to counter misinformation and disinformation;
(2) support an increase in NATO’s human, fi- nancial, and technological resources and capacity dedicated to understand, respond to, and fight threats in the information space;
(3) support building technological resilience to misinformation and disinformation;
(4) reiterate United States commitment to women’s equal rights and dedicate additional resources to understanding and countering the effects of gendered disinformation to democracies; and
(5) prioritize the importance of democratic resilience and countering misinformation and disinformation during ongoing negotiations over a new NATO Strategic Concept to be adopted at the 2022 NATO summit.
Sec. 1332. Report On Participants In Security Cooperation Training Programs And Recipients Of Security Assistance Training That Have Been Designated For Human Rights Abuses, Terrorist Activities Or Participation In A Military Coup.
Section 1332 advocates that the President shall exercise all powers granted to block and prohibit all transactions in any property — even an interest in property of an entity described in paragraph (1)(B) if such property and interests in property are in the United States
“Blocking of Property of Identified Persons.— The President shall exercise all powers granted to the President by the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) to the extent necessary to block and prohibit all transactions in all property and interests in property of an entity described in paragraph (1)(B) if such property and interests in property are in the United States, come within the United States, or are or come within the possession or control of a United States person.”
USC Title 50, Chapter 35
Under Chapter 35 of Title 50 U.S. Code - “International Emergency Economic Powers” the President may enact,
(a) Any authority granted to the President by section 1702 of this title may be exercised to deal with any unusual and extraordinary threat, which has its source in whole or substantial part outside the United States, to the national security, foreign policy, or economy of the United States, if the President declares a national emergency with respect to such threat.
(b) The authorities granted to the President by section 1702 of this title may only be exercised to deal with an unusual and extraordinary threat with respect to which a national emergency has been declared for purposes of this chapter and may not be exercised for any other purpose. Any exercise of such authorities to deal with any new threat shall be based on a new declaration of national emergency which must be with respect to such threat.
50 U.S. Code § 1702 - Presidential authorities
50 U.S. Code § 1702 describes what it is that the President may enact under § 1701 of U.S.C. 50. If the President perceives “any unusual and extraordinary threat,” to U.S. “national security, foreign policy, or economy of the United States,” under the declaration of a national emergency, the following powers may be enacted:
The Presidential ability to investigate, regulate, and even prohibit transactions, transfers, and the importing of currencies by any person subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
Sec. 1325. Imposition Of Sanctions With Respect To Nord Stream 2.
Section 1325 allows the acting President to investigate, regulate, or prohibit transactions, transfers, and the importing of currencies by any person subject to the jurisdiction of the United States based on U.S. Code 50 Sections 1701, 1702, and 1704 of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. Providing legal exceptions for authorized intelligence, law enforcement, or broadly defined ‘national security activities,’ these conditional sanctions will not apply.
“The President may exercise all authorities provided to the President under sections 203 and 205 of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1702 and 1704) to carry out this subsection.”
“A person that violates, attempts to violate, conspires to violate, or causes a violation of this subsection or any regulation, license, or order issued to carry out this subsection shall be subject to the penalties set forth in subsections (b) and (c) of section 206 of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1705) to the same extent as a person that commits an unlawful act described in subsection (a) of that section.”
EXCEPTION FOR INTELLIGENCE, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND NATIONAL SECURITY ACTIVITIES. — “Sanctions under this subsection shall not apply to any authorized intelligence, law enforcement, or national security activities of the United States.”
EXCEPTION TO COMPLY WITH UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS AGREEMENT. — “Sanctions under this subsection shall not apply with respect to the admission of an alien to the United States if the admission of the alien is necessary to permit the United States to comply with the Agreement regarding the Headquarters of the United Nations, (signed at Lake Success June 26, 1947.)”
Division B - Military Construction Authorizations
Division B authorization land acquisitions for the U.S. Military, including studying “irregular warfare,” digital technologies, and the stockpiling of munitions. Furthering funding for NATO, Division B of H.R. 4350 advocates for international division, using American tax dollars to fund global wars, intimidate non-NATO countries, and advance new world imperialism through NATO’s military capabilities. NATO offers a single narrative which advocates hegemony over alternative cultures and governments. In addition, NATO’s advancement continues to increase tensions with other world superpowers and dictatorships which may otherwise remain isolationists. The American federal government claim that they are not the world police, yet the views and allocations of U.S. finance in H.R. 4350 contrast that statement.
In addition, the bill authorizes military construction funded by the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Republic of Poland. This includes hundred of millions of dollars for military construction for South Korea’s Camp Humphreys, Camp Mujuk, Gimhae Air Base, and Osan Air Base. South Korea’s projects include a $149 Million Dollar Black Hat Intelligence Fusion Center, and a $171 Million Dollar Munitions Storage Area Move Delta (Phase 2), among other various projects. The total predicted cost of the South Korean construction is $505,200,000 USD. Poland plans to secure $37 million in funding for Poznan for both Command and Control, and Information Systems Facilities. The total estimated cost of Poland’s construction is $37,000,000 USD.
Division C - Department of Energy National Security Authorizations
Division C discusses Nuclear Waste, Nuclear Weapons, and Nuclear Fuel, including MOX facilities to convert existing nuclear weapons into fuel. MOX (Mixed Oxide) fuel, first developed in 1963, uses the burning of weapons-grade plutonium combined with re-purposed uranium to create fuel for nuclear reactors. MOX fuel produces a large amount of radioactive dust, and requires the attainment of plutonium, a concern for bioterrorists. About 40 nuclear reactors are currently licensed to use MOX fuel, out of the nearly 440 nuclear reactors currently used in operation throughout the world.
Sec. 3113 - Plutonium Pit Production Capacity
Section 3113 calls for revisions to Section 4219 of the Atomic Energy Defense Act (50 U.S.C. 2538a). This Act will be amended by adding new requirements, including one that the Administrator for Nuclear Security shall submit a report on national defense strategies to congressional defense committees. This information will include data such as the number of war reserve plutonium pits planned to be produced annually over the next decade, along with the associated warhead type.
Sec 3114 - Report on Runit Dome and Related Hazards
Section 3114 calls for an investigation into the effects of climate change on the Runit Dome nuclear waste disposal site. One of forty remote islands located in the pacific, “the Marshall Islands” inside the Enewetak Atoll, the Runit Dome — Earth’s “Nuclear Coffin” — is a nuclear waste disposal site, and one of the most radioactive places on the planet, featuring a large dome covering extremely hazardous material. The Marshall Islands house a population of 60,023 residents.
The Runit Dome. Using 357 individually formed, trapezoid-shaped concrete panels spanning 377 feet in diameter, the Runit Dome boasts an 18” [45-cm] $100 Million dollar concrete barrier at sea-level, housing debris from nuclear tests conducted in the 1940’s and 1950’s. The Runit Island Waste Containment Structure Enewetak Radiological Cleanup through the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) lasted from 1972- 1980 and harbors residual contaminants from some of the most dangerous elements and substances known to man, including Plutonium, and Americium-241, both which produce alpha particle radiation. Although external alpha radiation is stated to be “harmless,” exposure does the most damage when alpha radiation enters the body, either through inhaling particles, or drinking contaminated water. For this reason, high-chief (Iroij) Johannes Peter and the people of Enewetak placed Runit Island under an indefinite quarantine stating that it should remain “OFF LIMITS.”
Since its creation, the cement dome has begun to weather, exposing the radiation to surrounding soil. Seawater has also entered from the soil below the radioactive material, causing extreme ecotoxicity. As of 2013, there were at least nineteen (19) concrete panels which met “the definition of containing significant spall or crack elements.”
An archived un-official government report from the Marshall Islands reads,
“The structure is clearly vulnerable to leakage and the sustained impacts of storm surge and sea-level rise.”
“Except for plutonium, the level of fallout contamination measured in offshore lagoon waters is very similar to that observed in the open ocean. We conclude that potential leakage of contaminated groundwater into the lagoon is being effectively masked (disguised) by local sources of fallout contamination in the lagoon or from worldwide fallout deposition.”
“In general, all fishes collected from inside Enewetak lagoon are safe to eat.”
“There is little or no added risk of external or internal radiation exposure from walking around the dome. External exposure rates atop of Runit Dome are less or very similar to those experienced when walking on other concrete formations. Exposure is dominated by natural occurring uranium isotopes in the concrete.”
H.R. 4350 seeks to continue and update the results of Runit Dome investigation, gaining a greater understanding of the ecological challenges which persist alongside its increasing need for repairs.
Although the Runit Dome is stated to be ‘safe from residual alpha particle radiation emission,’ Section 3114 calls for an “Independent Entity,” assuring that “the Secretary shall select an entity under paragraph (1) that is not part of the Federal Government.”
Division D - Funding Tables
Division D further derails the American economy with mass funding, enlisting the Federal Reserve to print billions more U.S. dollars. This, in itself is a form of national taxation upon the people, who in turn must compensate through willingly spending more and individually receiving less. The total amount of House Authorized U.S. currency to be printed by the Federal Reserve for military construction amounts to $789,251,741 which will be added on top of our national debt of nearly -$31 Trillion USD.
Here are some of the largest FY 2022 House Authorized requested amounts:
$147,064,524 - Total Military Procurement (SEC. 4101. PROCUREMENT)
$118,073,500 - Total Research Development Test & Evaluation (SEC. 4201. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION)
$253,032,629 - Total Operation & Maintenance (SEC. 4301. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE)
$9,337,175 - MERHCF (SEC. 4401. MILITARY PERSONNEL.)
$157,521,920 - MILPERS (SEC. 4401.)
$41,073,455 - Total Other Authorizations (SEC. 4501. OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS)
$13,420,950 - Total, Military Construction (SEC. 4601. MILITARY CONSTRUCTION.)
$28,031,670 - Total, Atomic Energy Defense Activities (SEC. 4701. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL SECURITY PROGRAMS.)
$15,944,295 - Total, Weapons Activities (SEC. 4701. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL SECURITY PROGRAMS.)
$1,896,418 - Total, Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Programs (SEC. 4701.)
$1,994,500 - Total, Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (SEC. 4701.)
$1,860,705 - Total, Naval Reactors (SEC. 4701.)
TOTAL. FY 2022 HOUSE AUTHORIZED REQUEST.
$789,251,741.00 - TOTAL AMOUNT REQUESTED
Division E - Non-Department of Defense Matters
Division E places the digital realm of surveillance deeper into American society, carefully monitoring and observing all those in pursuit of the “American Dream.” Under this Division of H.R. 4350 society will endure an artificial intelligence-powered takeover, reimagining society and all that we know. Under these circumstances, compliance is the only method of survival.
Sec. 5203. Resourcing plan for digital ecosystem.
Section 5203 describes a “modern, robust and digital ecosystem,” calling upon the Secretary of Defense for guidance to establish a governance structure which enables the development, testing, fielding, and continuous update of artificial intelligence-powered applications at speed and scale from headquarters to the tactical edge. This “Digital Ecosystem” is another reason for Division A’s Section 839 need to stockpile Synthetic Graphite.
Sec. 5206. Artificial intelligence readiness goals.
Section 5206 asks the Secretary of Defense to review “artificial intelligence and digital technology to Department of Defense platforms, processes and operations, and establish performance objectives.” This includes disclosing accompanying metrics for each method of implementation for artificial intelligence referring to it as “digital readiness.” This readiness will likely result in the establishing of inactive drone artificial intelligence which will be programmed to enact and uphold martial law. Countries like China have already implemented similar autonomous intelligence to patrol the streets. These contraptions will be available for deployment at the flip of a switch, providing the federal government less resistance to tyrannical policy.
Read more: China Unleashes Crime Fighting A.I.
Sec. 6235. Plan to reduce the spread of coronavirus at passenger screening checkpoints.
Section 6235 represents a plan to “enhance security operations at airports” during what is referred to as “the COVID–19 national emergency” in order to reduce the risk of the spread of the coronavirus at passenger screening checkpoints and among the TSA workforce. In other words, more federal surveillance implemented by the state revoking the privacy of the very people in which it was enacted to protect. This health surveillance is already written to remain in place long after the national emergency ends. H.R. 4350 highlights the potential benefits to security, public health, and travel facilitation by “continuing any procedures and practices implemented in response to the COVID–19 national emergency beyond the end of such emergency.” As with modern legislation of today, amendments can be touted in response to a national state of emergency, as we are likely to see again in the near future as more pandemics and national states of emergency are declared.
Sec. 6438. Global Health Security Act of 2021.
Section 6438 The President shall establish a Global Health Security Agenda Interagency Review Council which will meet minimum four times per year to discuss “policy-level recommendations to participating agencies on Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) goals, objectives, and implementation, and other international efforts to strengthen pandemic preparedness and response.”
In response to the World Health Organization’s call for its Member States, such as America, to reform legislation to comply with the global regime of the new world order, Section 6438 enacts these demands. Setting up the public for a coordinated strategic alignment will require more than one branch of the federal government. H.R. 4350 aims to develop “The Council” through the Department of State (DoS), the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Justice (DoJ), the Department of Agriculture (USDA), The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), The Department of the Treasury (USDT), The Department of Labor (DoL), The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), The National Institutes of Health (NIH), The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), along with “Such other agencies as the Council determines to be appropriate,” which could include a host of other entities. The vague contributor drafted into the proposed legislation is likely to include participants such as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and other authoritative one-party narratives seeking to enforce global health at the expense of individual freedom.
Sec. 6439. Codification of the FedRAMP program.
Section 6439 describes the General Services Administration’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). The FedRAMP program is designed to establish a governmentwide program that provides a standardized, reusable approach to security assessment and authorization for cloud computing products and services that process unclassified information used by agencies. This measure will provide quicker access to resident’s sensitive information, furthering the U.S. federal government’s geopolitical assault on America, alongside their encouraged self-renouncement of individual civil rights, for the greater good. The state of surveillance which began with 9/11 continues to manifest itself within our nation, ushering new-age communism and digital feudalism into American culture.
Sec. 6450. China Economic Data Coordination Center.
Section 6450, referred to as “The Center,” represents the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis of the Department of Commerce’s newest division, a “China Economic Data Collection Center.” The purpose of this added section is to collect (and “synthesize”) official (and “unofficial”) Chinese economic data on developments. This measure states that it will include data on China’s financial markets and the United States’ exposure to “risks and vulnerabilities” as a result.
Sec. 6453. National biodefense science and technology strategy.
Section 6453 acknowledges the authorization of the “deployment of innovative technologies to address and eliminate biological threats.” This umbrella terminology can easily translate into both graphene-oxide based health surveillance devices, autonomous artificial intelligence, and other forms of contact tracing.
The bill aims to involve academia, industry, and nongovernmental organizations to uphold a state of national biodefense. Traditionally, America was created to ensure private sectors remained out of the hands of government control.
Sec. 6456, 6457. Semiconductor Production Incentive Expansion.
Both Sections 6456 and 6457 disclose America’s commitment to producing domestic semiconductors. Could this move be in response to China’s demand that the United States government cease funding and assisting Taiwan’s independence. This includes funneling US Dollars into Taiwanese economy to purchase semiconductors, as Taiwan is the largest producer of semiconductors in the world. Taiwan’s semiconductor monopoly is known to be its greatest defense against a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) invasion. How will the decision to manufacture semiconductors nationally impact the independence of Taiwan, and how much was this choice influenced by Xi Jinping?
Sec. 6458. Authority For Secretary Of Health And Human Services To Accept Unused Covid–19 Vaccines For Potential Redistribution.
Section 6458 aims to recycle old vaccines, in an effort to squeeze as much profit as possible from their mRNA revolution. The Secretary of Health and Human Services now seeks to accept the return of an old, unused COVID–19 vaccine from any entity, for redistribution. This means the leftover concoctions from mandated mass inoculations can now be refurbished and given to foreign allies and partners. The federal government’s position on the matter? Those receiving the novel vaccines won’t know the difference. Even if the concoction fails to work due to expired contents, or contains harmful contaminants incurred through transport, each unused old vaccine will have yielded revenue to the bloodthirsty pharmaceutical industry, fueling the global iatrarchy.
Division F - Department of State Authorities
Combatting Public Corruption
Sec. 7101. Diplomatic Programs.
Section 7101 appropriates a staggering $9,476,977,000.00 authorized for ‘‘Diplomatic Programs’’ during fiscal year 2022. These fourteen words vaguely describe programs which pertain to some form of diplomacy, allowing for the further misappropriation of funds to entities within the interests of the federal government and those who reside behind the curtain of society.
Sec. 7102. Sense of Congress on Importance of Department of State’s Work.
Section 7101 of the H.R. 4350 bill calls for Congress to reaffirm the “importance of the Department of Sates’ (DoS) work,” referred to formally as a “sense of congress.” By stating that both of the work of the Department and the The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is necessary for “alleviating global poverty and hunger, fighting HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases, strengthening alliances, expanding educational opportunities for women and girls, promoting good governance and democracy, supporting anti-corruption efforts, driving economic development and trade, preventing armed conflicts and humanitarian crises, and creating American jobs and export opportunities;” the federal government can dictate any order they see fit to the general public, in the name of economic utopia.
This will likely result in the updated acknowledgement that the USAID and the Department of State are essential for national security, obtaining increased funding and universal compliance. Once an updated health surveillance contact tracing system is rolled out, humanity will likely succumb to the enacted and enforced updated basis of daily life. This means reliance on international partnerships and allies, which hold “shared interests and values”
“This funding will allow United States security and prosperity depend on having partners and allies that share our interests and values, and these partnerships are nurtured and our shared interests and values are promoted through United States diplomatic engagement, security cooperation, economic statecraft, and assistance that helps further economic development, good governance, including the rule of law and democratic institutions, and the development of shared responses to natural and humanitarian disasters;”
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) requested a “sustained and robust funding” to execute global orders. Their decisions default our national influence to upholding their political values and economic principles, further projecting their communist dictatorship across America. While more Americans turn to the government for assistance due to the inhumane economic conditions as a result of the mass deficit compensated through the printing of more money which then enters into circulation, our federal government has begun to turn to international entities for guidance in the revision of domestic legislation. These changes are clear in H.R. 4350, alongside the proposed amendments ushering in a global New World Order.
Sec. 7116. Office of Global Criminal Justice.
The name says it all. Section 7116 calls for an establishment created through the Department of State, which will be called the Office of Global Criminal Justice. Their primary goal will be to advise the Secretary of State and senior officials “issues related to atrocities, including war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide.” This will include assisting the development of United States policy “on the prevention of, responses to, and accountability for atrocities.”
If H.R. 4350 is passed, allowing the Office of Global Criminal Justice to be established, the Office plans to be led by an “Ambassador-at-Large for Global Criminal Justice” who will be politically appointed by the Senate after obtaining approval from the President of the United States. What entities could influence these nominations and appointments?
The Office of Criminal Justice will also work with international governments, organizations, and nongovernmental organizations (NGO). Their objective will be self-defined “fact-finding missions,” and “tribunals to investigate, document, and prosecute atrocities around the world.” What other objectives will the Office of Global Criminal Justice inedibly take on? How will this invasive global organization influence national legislation, imposing greater health surveillance upon society?
Sec. 7806. Report on efforts of the Coronavirus Repatriation Task Force.
Section 7806 designates the Coronavirus Repatriation Task Force submit a report which evaluates efforts led by the Coronavirus Repatriation Task Force of the Department of State to “repatriate United States citizens and legal permanent residents in response to the 2020 coronavirus outbreak.” This includes “significant impediments” to repatriation, “lessons learned” from repatriations; and any changes which were planned for future repatriation efforts.
One of the economic lessons America learned from the repatriation process during the COVID-19 pandemic was publicly disclosed by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). Within the first six months (Jan ‘20 - June ‘20) the United States government repatriated more than 100,000 individuals from 137 countries. Almost as if it were preconditioned to be intentional, the very Task Force which enabled people to return home during the pandemic from foreign nations was unable to prove if the cost each passenger was charged for chartered flights back into the U.S. complied with its own fare policy.
This massive oversight was a result of failure to gain any form of written guidance for calculating and documenting actual costs. In other words, the cost of each seat on the private flight could be any amount, courtesy of the U.S. working-class. This erroneous detail was likely a deliberate measure whited allowed further frivolous spending of U.S. tax dollars throughout the pandemic. Without proper documentation or written guidance, could it be possible that an unknown percentage of the funds for repatriation could have been misallocated to other sectors?
Division G - Global Pandemic Prevention and Biosecurity
Calling on organizations like The Bureau for Africa, The Bureau for Asia, The Bureau for Economic Growth Education and Environment, The Bureau for Global Health, The Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean, The Bureau for Resiliency and Food Security, and The Democracy Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance Bureau, the H.R. 4350 proposed legislation seeks to avoid risks which could contribute to a zoonotic spillover. This bill believes that can be achieved by facilitating “international cooperation to prevent commercial trade in live wildlife and raw or unprocessed wildlife parts and derivatives for human consumption”
Touted as a method to "prevent pandemics, stop spillover” by reducing, eventually eliminating, the demand for fresh and live wildlife source foods. While the authorized integrated zoonotic diseases program expires a decade after the enactment of H.R. 4350, its primary goal is to reduce the demand for wildlife for human consumption, by transitioning to other sustainable sources of protein, like bugs. Using terms like “food security,” “global health,” and “biodiversity protection,” the bill strives to advocate their position through an effective way to prevent future pandemics: avoiding eating animals altogether.
Suggesting a “change in livelihoods” for wildlife suppliers, the one-party narrative aims to “re-train” individuals previously associated with wildlife to find new careers including transportation, market analysis, sales or marketing. If the individual ongoing re-education continues their desire to be around animals, the bill suggests becoming a veterinarian, or establishing a micro-enterprise.
Beyond a change in career paths, the proposed H.R. 4350 bill suggests establishing advocation for a permanent change in source of daily protein: insects. Eating bugs has been suggested for years by the World Economic Forum, in an effort to normalize the consumption of these creepy critters. With over 2,000 edible species worldwide, bugs are boasted as the food of the future. Not all will be immediately banned from traditional forms of protein. The bill promises to ensure “full consideration” to the needs and rights of “Indigenous Peoples and local communities that depend on wildlife for their food security.” This means those who depend on wildlife for food security can continue to consume meat until a different alternative can be established and mandated. This assurance that the freedom to choose what protein sources are consumed will not be extended to the average consumer. The main way to prevent future pandemics claims the federal government, is to reduce the demand for fresh and live wildlife sourced foods. This will reduce global emissions from cattle, preventing the rising of global temperature, which may thaw out ancient glaciers with prehistoric pathogens of concern. That’s at least what the narrative suggests, in order to initiate a state of fear-induced compliance, funneling tax dollars to allow the federal government to play God, adjusting the climate to prevent future pandemics through methane emissions from cattle.
(3) Change in livelihoods. — “Multisectoral country plans shall include programs to re-train individuals no longer engaged in supplying wildlife markets in fundamental components of commercial animal source food production, including agriculture extension, veterinary care, sales and marketing, supply chains, transportation, livestock feed production, micro-enterprise, and market analysis.”
Sec. 8010. Establishment Of Conservation Corps.
Section 8010 of Division G establishes the “Conservation Corps,” a taxpayer funded organization that aims to send American volunteers to convince residents of other countries that they must eat bugs instead of meat, in order to prevent zoonotic spillover, and avoid future pandemics. The Conservation Corps are nothing more than professional propagandists which seek to spread misinformation in order to enact regime changes, in their favor.
“(a) IN GENERAL.—The Administrator shall establish a Conservation Corps to provide Americans eligible for service abroad, under conditions of hardship if necessary, to deliver technical and strategic assistance to in-country leaders of demonstration projects, stakeholders, and donors implementing and financing the multisectoral strategy under section 8008 to reduce demand for wildlife for human consumption through food security, global health, and biodiversity and related demonstration projects.”
H.R. 4350 Bill -
Division A - Department of Defense Authorizations
TITLE II—RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION
Subtitle B—Program Requirements, Restrictions, and Limitations
- Sec. 216. Consortium to study irregular warfare
- Sec. 217. Development and implementation of digital technologies for survivability and lethality testing.
- Sec. 225. Funding for hypersonics advanced manufacturing.
- Sec. 226. Funding increase for 3D printing of infrastructure.
- Sec. 227. Funding increase for cold weather capabilities.
- Sec. 228. Funding for soldier lethality technology.
Subtitle C—Plans, Reports, and Other Matters
- Sec. 235. Strategy for autonomy integration in major weapon systems.
TITLE III—OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
TITLE IV—MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATIONS
TITLE V—MILITARY PERSONNEL POLICY
- Sec. 511. Prohibition on commissioning or enlistment in the Armed Forces of an individual convicted of a felony hate crime.
- Sec. 524. Petition for DNA testing under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
- Sec. 525. Punitive article on violent extremism.
- Sec. 529A. Countering extremism in the Armed Forces.
- Sec. 554. Expansion and codification of matters covered by diversity training in the Department of Defense.
- Sec. 559A. Codification of establishment of United States Air Force Institute of Technology.
- Sec. 569E. Continued assistance to schools with significant numbers of military dependent students.
TITLE VI—COMPENSATION AND OTHER PERSONNEL BENEFITS
TITLE VII—HEALTH CARE PROVISIONS
- Sec. 714. Mandatory referral for mental health evaluation.
- Sec. 715. Inclusion of exposure to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances as component of periodic health assessments.
- Sec. 716. Prohibition on adverse personnel actions taken against certain members of the Armed Forces based on declining COVID–19 vaccine.
- Sec. 720. Department of Defense procedures for exemptions from mandatory COVID–19 vaccines.
- Sec. 724. Digital health strategy of Department of Defense.
- Sec. 726. Standardization of definitions used by the Department of Defense for terms related to suicide.
- Sec. 750. Survey on effects of COVID–19 mandate on matters relating to recruitment and reinlistment.
TITLE VIII—ACQUISITION POLICY, ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT, AND RELATED MATTERS
Subtitle C—Provisions Relating to Supply Chain Security
- Sec. 831. Department of Defense research and development priorities.
- Sec. 835. Reduction of fluctuations of supply and demand for certain covered items.
- Sec. 836. Prohibition on certain procurements from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
- Sec. 837. Ensuring consideration of the national security impacts of uranium as a critical mineral.
- Sec. 839. Supply of synthetic graphite for the Department of Defense.
Subtitle E—Other Matters
- Sec. 859. Briefing on expanded small unmanned aircraft systems capability.
TITLE IX—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
- Sec. 914. Coordination of certain Naval activities with the Space Force.
- Sec. 916. Report on establishment of office to oversee sanctions with respect to Chinese military companies.
Subtitle C—Space National Guard
- Sec. 921. Establishment of Space National Guard.
- Sec. 923. Implementation of Space National Guard.
- Sec. 924. Conforming amendments and clarification of authorities.
TITLE X—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle A—Financial Matters
- Sec. 1003. Budget justification for operation and maintenance.
- Sec. 1021. Inclusion in counterterrorism briefings of information on use of mili- tary force in collective self-defense.
Subtitle E—Studies and Reports
- Sec. 1022. Extension of authority for joint task forces to provide support to law enforcement agencies conducting counter-terrorism activities.
- Sec. 1044. Continuation of certain Department of Defense reporting requirements.
- Sec. 1050. Force posture in the Indo-Pacific region.
- Sec. 1057. Independent assessment with respect to the Arctic region.
- Sec. 1058. Annual report and briefing on Global Force Management Allocation Plan.
- Sec. 1062. Annual report on use of social media by foreign terrorist organizations.
- Sec. 1063. Report on Department of Defense excess personal property program.
- Sec. 1065. Report on recovery operations of 1952 C-119 Flying boxcar, call name ‘‘Gamble Chalk 1’’.
- Sec. 1065B. Report on Taliban’s illegal drug trade.
- Sec. 1065D. Report on status of certain aircraft and equipment moved from Afghanistan to Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, or other foreign countries.
Subtitle F—District of Columbia National Guard Home Rule
- Sec. 1067. Extension of National Guard authorities to Mayor of the District of Columbia.
- Sec. 1068. Conforming amendments to title 10, United States Code.
- Sec. 1069. Conforming amendments to title 32, United States Code.
- Sec. 1070. Conforming amendment to the District of Columbia Home Rule Act.
TITLE XI—CIVILIAN PERSONNEL MATTERS
- Sec. 1103. DARPA personnel management authority to attract science and engineering experts.
- Sec. 1106. Implementation of GAO recommendations on tracking, response, and training for civilian employees of the Department of Defense regarding sexual harassment and assault.
- Sec. 1108. Repeal of 2-year probationary period.
- Sec. 1109. Amendment to diversity and inclusion reporting.
- Sec. 1115. National Digital Reserve Corps.
TITLE XII—MATTERS RELATING TO FOREIGN NATIONS
- Sec. 1201. Extension of support of special operations for irregular warfare.
- Sec. 1213. Prohibition on providing funds or material resources of the Department of Defense to the Taliban.
- Sec. 1217. Quarterly report on the threat potential of Al-Qaeda and related terrorist groups under a Taliban regime in Afghanistan.
- Sec. 1220G. Prohibition on use of funds for military cooperation or intelligence sharing with the Taliban.
- Sec. 1229B. Report on Iranian operations on United States soil.
- Sec. 1247. Sense of Congress on Taiwan defense relations.
- Sec. 1248. Sense of Congress on inviting Taiwan to the Rim of the Pacific exercise.
- Sec. 1264. Establishment of China Watcher Program.
Subtitle D—Matters Relating to Russia
- Sec. 1231. Extension of limitation on military cooperation between the United States and Russia.
- Sec. 1232. Prohibition on availability of funds relating to sovereignty of Russia over Crimea.
- Sec. 1233. Modification and extension of Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative. Sec. 1234. Report on options for assisting the Government of Ukraine in addressing integrated air and missile defense gaps.
- Sec. 1235. Biennial report on Russian influence operations and campaigns tar- geting military alliances and partnerships of which the United States is a member.
- Sec. 1236. Sense of Congress on Georgia.
- Sec. 1237. Cooperation between the United States and Ukraine regarding the titanium industry.
Subtitle E—Matters Relating to the Indo-Pacific Region
- Sec. 1241. Sense of Congress on a free and open Indo-Pacific region.
- Sec. 1242. Clarification of required budget information related to the Indo-Pacific.
- Sec. 1243. Report on cooperation between the National Guard and Taiwan.
- Sec. 1244. Report on military and security developments involving the People’s Republic of China.
- Sec. 1245. Biennial report on influence operations and campaigns of the Government of the People’s Republic of China targeting military alliances and partnerships of which the United States is a member.
- Sec. 1247. Sense of Congress on Taiwan defense relations.
- Sec. 1248. Sense of Congress on inviting Taiwan to the Rim of the Pacific exercise.
- Sec. 1249. Sense of Congress on enhancing defense and security cooperation with Singapore.
- Sec. 1250. Sense of Congress.
- Sec. 1251. Sense of Congress with respect to Qatar.
- Sec. 1252. Statement of policy.
- Sec. 1253. Report on intelligence matters regarding Taiwan.
- Sec. 1254. Supporting Taiwan’s investment in asymmetric capabilities.
- Sec. 1256. United States military presence in Palau.
- Sec. 1257. Report on enhancing security partnerships between the United States and Indo-Pacific countries.
- Sec. 1258. Sense of Congress on Korean and Korean-American veterans of the war in Vietnam.
- Sec. 1260. Department of Defense study on the emergence of militia fleets in the South China Sea.
- Sec. 1261. Statement of Congress regarding ongoing abuses against Uyghurs.
- Sec. 1262. Defense and diplomatic strategy for Syria.
- Sec. 1264. Establishment of China Watcher Program.
- Sec. 1265. Compliance by China with Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
TITLE XIII—OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO FOREIGN NATIONS
- Sec. 1302. Sense of Congress on United States defense posture in Europe.
- Sec. 1303. Sense of Congress on security assistance to the Baltic countries.
- Sec. 1304. Report relating to Nordstream 2 Pipeline.
- Sec. 1305. Audit of NATO sexual harassment and sexual assault policies and processes.
- Sec. 1306. Report on efforts of NATO to counter misinformation and disinformation.
- Sec. 1307. Funding for the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence.
- Sec. 1309. Sense of Congress on enhancing NATO efforts to counter misinformation and disinformation.
- Sec. 1309A. Sense of Congress relating to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
- Sec. 1317. Plan for vetting security assistance participants for participation in groups that have a violent ideology
Subtitle C—Other Matters
- Sec. 1321. Extension of authority for Department of Defense support for sta- bilization activities in national security interest of the United States.
- Sec. 1325. Imposition of sanctions with respect to Nord Stream 2.
- Sec. 1328. Department of State efforts regarding firearms trafficking to Mexico.
- Sec. 1334. Prohibition on support or military participation against the Houthis.
- Sec. 1336. Prohibition on security cooperation with Brazil.
- Sec. 1337. Briefing on Department of Defense Program to Protect United States Students Against Foreign Agents.
- Sec. 1338. Sense of Congress on Israel as a critical defense partner.
- Sec. 1346. Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership Program.
- Sec. 1347. Human rights awareness for American athletic delegations.
- Sec. 1348. Report on human rights in Colombia.
- Sec. 1351. Report on Israeli regional military coordination.
- Sec. 1352. Arctic Region Diplomacy Policy.
- Sec. 1355. U.S.-Israel Military Technology Cooperation Act.
- Sec. 1356. Report on open radio access networks technology.
- Sec. 1357. Report the Grey Wolves organization.
TITLE XIV—OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
- Sec. 1402. Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense.
- Sec. 1403. Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense-Wide.
- Sec. 1404. Defense Inspector General.
- Sec. 1405. Defense Health Program.
- Sec. 1411. Acquisition of strategic and critical materials from the national technology and industrial base.
TITLE XV—CYBERSPACE-RELATED MATTERS
- Sec. 1501. Cyber threat information collaboration environment.
- Sec. 1521. Notification requirements regarding cyber weapons.
- Sec. 1522. Cybersecurity of weapon systems.
- Sec. 1537. United States-Israel cybersecurity cooperation.
- Sec. 1538. Cyber incident response plan.
- Sec. 1539. Report on plan to fully fund the Information Systems Security Pro- gram and next generation encryption.
TITLE XVI—SPACE ACTIVITIES, STRATEGIC PROGRAMS, AND INTELLIGENCE MATTERS
- Sec. 1610. Report on space debris.
- Sec. 1610C. Report on sensing capabilities of the Department of Defense to assist fighting wildfires.
- Sec. 1611. Notification of certain threats to United States Armed Forces by foreign governments.
Subtitle C—Nuclear Forces
- Sec. 1621. Exercises of nuclear command, control, and communications system.
- Sec. 1624. Review of engineering and manufacturing development contract for ground-based strategic deterrent program.
- Sec. 1625. Long-range standoff weapon.
Subtitle D—Missile Defense Programs
- Sec. 1643. Missile defense radar in Hawaii.
- Sec. 1647. Certification required for Russia and China to tour certain missile defense sites.
- Sec. 1650A. Sense of Congress on Aegis Ashore sites in Poland and Romania.
Subtitle E—Other Matters
- Sec. 1651. Cooperative threat reduction funds.
- Sec. 1652. Establishment of office to address unidentified aerial phenomena.
- Sec. 1654. Sense of Congress on indemnification and the conventional prompt global strike weapon system.
TITLE XVII—TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS RELATED TO THE TRANSFER AND REORGANIZATION OF DEFENSE ACQUISITION STATUTES
Division B - Military Construction Authorizations
- Sec. 2101. Authorized Army construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2201. Authorized Navy construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2301. Authorized Air Force construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2401. Authorized Defense Agencies construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2501. Authorized NATO construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2502. Authorization of appropriations, NATO.
- Sec. 2511. Republic of Korea funded construction projects.
- Sec. 2512. Republic of Poland funded construction projects.
- Sec. 2601. Authorized Army National Guard construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2602. Authorized Army Reserve construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2603. Authorized Navy Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2604. Authorized Air National Guard construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2605. Authorized Air Force Reserve construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2702. Conditions on closure of Pueblo Chemical Depot and ChemicalAgent-Destruction Pilot Plant, Colorado.
- Sec. 2801. Special construction authority to use operation and maintenance funds to meet certain United States military-related construction needs in friendly foreign countries.
- Sec. 2802. Increase in maximum amount authorized for use of unspecified minor military construction - project authority.
- Sec. 2806. Use of qualified apprentices by military construction contractors.
- Sec. 2807. Modification and extension of temporary, limited authority to use operation and maintenance funds for construction projects in certain areas outside the United States.
- Sec. 2808. Improved congressional oversight and public transparency of military construction contract awards.
- Sec. 2809. Flood risk management for military construction.
- Sec. 2901. Authorized Army construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2902. Authorized Navy construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2903. Authorized Air Force construction and land acquisition projects.
- Sec. 2904. Authorization of appropriations.
- Sec. 4601. Military construction.
- Sec. 5405. Rules of construction.
Division C - Department of Energy National Security Authorizations
- Sec. 3103. Other defense activities.
- Sec. 3104. Nuclear energy.
- Sec. 3111. Improvements to annual reports on condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile.
- Sec. 3113. Plutonium pit production capacity.
- Sec. 3114. Report on Runit Dome and related hazards.
- Sec. 3115. University-based nuclear nonproliferation collaboration program.
- Sec. 3116. Prohibition on availability of funds to reconvert or retire W76–2 warheads.
- Sec. 3117. Department of Energy study on the W80–4 nuclear warhead life extension program.
- Sec. 3118. Release of reversionary interest in certain real property, Springfield, Ohio.
Division D - Funding Tables
- Sec. 4001. Authorization of amounts in funding tables.
- Sec. 4101. Procurement.
TITLE XLII—RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION
- Sec. 4201. Research, development, test, and evaluation.
TITLE XLV—OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
- Sec. 4501. Other authorizations.
TITLE XLVI—MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
- Sec. 4601. Military construction.
TITLE XLVII—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL SECURITY PROGRAMS
- Sec. 4701. Department of Energy national security programs
Division E - Non-Department of Defense Matters
TITLE L—BARRY GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP AND EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION MODERNIZATION ACT
- Sec. 5004. Stipends.
- Sec. 5006. Sustainable investments of funds.
TITLE LI—FINANCIAL SERVICES MATTERS
- Sec. 5105. United States policy regarding international financial institution as- sistance with respect to advanced wireless technologies.
- Sec. 5110. China Financial Threat Mitigation.
- Sec. 5116. Study on the financing of domestic violent extremists and terrorists.
TITLE LII—RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY COMMISSION ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Sec. 5203. Resourcing plan for digital ecosystem.
Sec. 5204. Digital Talent recruiting officer.
Sec. 5206. Artificial intelligence readiness goals.
TITLE LXI—PREVENTING FUTURE PANDEMICS
Sec. 6101. Wildlife Market Defined.
Sec. 6102. International cooperation.
TITLE LXII—DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY MEASURES
- Sec. 6205. Impacts of shutdown.
- Sec. 6222. State and local cybersecurity grant program.
- Sec. 6228. National Cyber Exercise Program.
Subtitle C—Transportation Security
- Sec. 6231. Survey of the Transportation Security Administration workforce re- garding COVID–19 response.
- Sec. 6235. Plan to reduce the spread of coronavirus at passenger screening checkpoints.
- Sec. 6238. Threat information sharing.
- Sec. 6239. Local law enforcement security training.
TITLE LXIII—COVID–19 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPPLIES
- Sec. 6302. Determination on emergency supplies and relationship to state and local efforts.
- Sec. 6303. Engagement with the private sector.
- Sec. 6304. Enhancement of supply chain production.
- Sec. 6305. Oversight of current activity and needs.
- Sec. 6306. Enhancements to the Defense Production Act of 1950.
TITLE LXIV—OTHER MATTERS
- Sec. 6405. Advancing Mutual Interests and Growing Our Success.
- Sec. 6417. Prohibition on United States persons from purchasing or selling Russian sovereign debt.
- Sec. 6438. Global Health Security Act of 2021.
- Sec. 6439. Codification of the FedRAMP program.
- Sec. 6450. China Economic Data Coordination Center.
- Sec. 6453. National biodefense science and technology strategy.
- Sec. 6458. Authority for Secretary of Health and Human Services to accept unused COVID–19 vaccines for potential redistribution.
- Sec. 6465. Attorney General report on war crimes and torture by United States citizens in Libya.
- Sec. 6469. Review of sanctions with respect to Russian kleptocrats and human rights abusers.
- Sec. 6470. Modifications to and reauthorization of sanctions with respect to human rights violations.
- Sec. 6473. Prohibition on contributions to support the G5 Sahel Joint Force.
- Sec. 6486. Blocking Deadly Fentanyl Imports.
- Sec. 6499F. National equal pay enforcement task force.
- Sec. 6499I. Amendment to Radiation Exposure Compensation Act.
Divison F - Department of State Authorities
Subtitle A—Organization and Operations of the Department of State
Sec. 7108. Importance of foreign affairs training to national security.
Sec. 7113. Art in embassies.
Sec. 7116. Office of Global Criminal Justice.
Subtitle G—Combating Public Corruption
Sec. 7701. Sense of congress.
Sec. 7703. Transparency and accountability.
Sec. 7704. Designation of embassy anti-corruption points of contact.
Subtitle H—Other Matters
Sec. 7801. Case-Zablocki Act Reform.
Sec. 7802. Limitation on assistance to countries in default.
Sec. 7806. Report on efforts of the Coronavirus Repatriation Task Force.
Division G - Global Pandemic Prevention and Biosecurity
- Sec. 8003. Definitions.
- Sec. 8004. Findings.
- Sec. 8005. United States policy toward assisting countries in preventing zoonotic spillover events.
- Sec. 8006. Global zoonotic disease task force.
- Sec. 8007. Preventing outbreaks of zoonotic diseases.
- Sec. 8008. USAID multisectoral strategy for food security, global health, biodiversity conservation, and reducing demand for wildlife for human consumption.
- Sec. 8009. Implementation of multisectoral strategy.
- Sec. 8010. Establishment of conservation corps.
A Global Regime Change
With a global regime change underway, the United States continues to reform their legislation to comply with the demand of the new world order. From psychological deception to societal implementation, proponents of global ordinance have one agreed upon universal vision for the future. Those who oppose, or stand in the way of this illusive utopia, are either cast aside or step down from their position, to make way for the new global state of governance. That form of governance will demand control of the natural resources and the global economy, ensuring the people will proposer as a result of this consensual transfer of power. The truth is, the people will fuel these proposed changes, while the elite oligarchs prosper achieving their own similar interests while attaining total world domination.
UK - Boris Johnson: "In the last few days I've tried to persuade my colleagues that it would be eccentric to change governments when we're delivering so much,” stated Boris Johnson, upon his official resignation to step down as UK Prime Minister, upon the resignation of nearly sixty cabinet members.
Italy - Mario Draghi: "The political situation led to this decision," announced Italian Premier Mario Draghi upon his resignation on Thursday July 14th, 2022, in order to yield Italy to new governance.
“The majority of national unity that has sustained this government from its creation doesn’t exist any more,” concluded Draghi
France - Emmanuel Macron: France’s President Emmanuel Macron has denied Elisabeth Borne’s request to resign from her appointed position, "so that the government can remain on task and act."
Japan - Shinzo Abe: Japan’s longest running Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot by a disgruntled 41-year old man with a homemade firearm. This tragedy clearly displays what happens in a society with immensely strict gun laws to prevent gun-related crime. Criminals will always find a way to commit crimes. Five and a half hours after the shooting, Shinzo Abe was pronounced dead.
"I am simply speechless over the news of Abe's death," responded Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Abe's protege, adding “This attack is an act of brutality that happened during the elections - the very foundation of our democracy - and is absolutely unforgivable.
Estonia - Kaja Kallas: Estonia’s Prime Minister Kaja Kallas and the entire government resigned on July 14th, 2022, requesting a mandate for a new government coalition with Isamaa and Social Democratic Party. Kaja Kallas posted a message to the country’s official website, “Our government came to lead the country at a very difficult time, with the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia's war against Ukraine and the energy crisis. Despite the difficult time, we did many good and great things to make the Estonian state stronger and to support our people,” said Kaja Kallas. “During the pandemic, we kept society open and the children in school, helped people cope with high energy prices, invested a billion euros in strengthening Estonia's defence capabilities, and achieved strengthening the defence of NATO's Eastern flank, and we have been one of the biggest supporters of Ukraine. I am grateful to the ministers, with whom we led the country for a year and a half. Estonia has been in good hands.”
Sri Lanka - Gotabaya Rajapaksa: Sri Lanka’s President Gotabaya Rajapaksa emailed his resignation after fleeing to Singapore. According to Reuters, one human rights group has already filed criminal complaints against the ex-President for his involvement in the Sri Lankan civil war.
What is the motivating factor conditional to their resignation? What entity is responsible for the global influence with such authoritative and immediate control? Across the board, regime changes continue to reimagine what is nationally available per country for contribution to the global state of affairs. Organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.) seek to revoke national sovereignty, redistribute populations, and gain total control of natural resources. Has Joe Biden and his Presidential Administration comprised the national security and geopolitical integrity of America? The unfolding of modern events may seem that this may be the case. This includes global health provisions, like that of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Constitution, which has increasingly demanded further contributions from Member Parties, along with enacting national legislative reform. The United States federal government couldn’t be happier to oblige. In fact, they are willing to prescribe the entire U.S. population to uphold the values of a handful of disconnected individuals seeking to control each individual’s thoughts, actions, and decisions to align with the collectivist narrative, creating a state of iatrarchy.
The only solution to resist tyrannical bills like H.R. 4350 is peaceful resistance. That includes the ability to think for yourself, alongside the capacity to accept alternative forms of thought, even those against one’s individual beliefs. In the end, although many implemented legislative decisions are beyond our control, the awareness of what occurs behind the scenes provides a vast understanding of exactly who benefits as a result of these national changes. At the end of the day, that is the none other than the omnipresent Establishment that seeks to monopolize global resources, suppress the will of the people, and harness total control of personal decisions, removing the need for ‘the individual.’ By advocating a state of illusive utopia, entities that draft legislative proposals like that of H.R. 4350 are provided overwhelming influence which result in drastic adjustments to previously functioning aspects of national policy.
Aside from lining up national defense with potential for nefarious domestic intent, H.R. 4350 displays which public sectors the U.S. government feel require the most influence to reform America into a globalist counterpart. Through mass media manipulation the American people are carefully being deceived to evade utilizing their own natural resources, neglect protecting their currency, stampede over the U.S. economy, leaving the average working citizen wondering where it all went wrong, why they are seemingly working more and earning less, and what sacrifices they can further make to help. Often times many citizen’s default to their last resort — asking the federal or state government for assistance, perpetuating this process. By encouraging societal division, and self-censorship and suppression, each individual is forced into an isolation chamber inside of themselves. This makes global unification sound all that much more appealing.
Their message is clear “give up control, so the government can fix things,” however the truth is that dictatorships never relinquish control, largely due to paranoia of being turned on by members of their own party. In order to maintain the illusion of control, dictators often eliminate their own party members even with the slightest doubt of loyalty, or political conflict. The world is constructed to ensure that appointed leaders can be ejected on demand, forcing compliance to the agenda of the New World Order. We now live in an age where every aspect of our physical existence aims to find it’s place within United States federal legislation, forcing compliance and demanding submission to yield profits to an Establishment which seeks to end modern life as we know it. A transition which will likely be faced with in our lifetime, as the configuration of the free nation of America has already begun to shift. What does it mean to actually be free? Will greater freedom result from the demand for more government regulation in private sectors of society? If H.R. 4350 becomes official legislation, will America itself fall to the influence of the global New World Order?