February 19, 2018


Prepare Your Children (or Yourself) For The Draft!

Most of America is against war…any war. Most of America would not want their son or daughter drafted into a war they don’t believe should be waged, especially when the country that war is being waged against didn’t attack us. But what can you do to stop this madness of warmongering and protect your sons and daughters from the possibility of a draft?

We currently don’t have a draft, but it is law that a male aged 18-25 must sign up for the Selective Service, so they have the names and addresses.

I somehow managed to not have to sign up for Selective Service because I fall into a group that happened to be born at the right time.

“Men born from March 29, 1957, through December 31, 1959, were not required to register with Selective Service because the registration program was suspended when they would have reached age 18. The requirement to register with Selective Service was reinstated in 1980, but only for men born January 1, 1960, or later.

Men born between these dates will not have a Selective Service number; however these men are still eligible for all the benefits and programs linked to the registration requirement.”

Well that’s interesting. I wonder what “benefits and programs” I’m missing by not signing up? Is it the benefit giving me the opportunity of fighting undeclared wars? Or is it the program of being on a special list so I can have my body immunized against anthrax?

I think I’ll pass.

One thing you must do now and that is tell all the illegal immigrants who cut your lawn and pick your fruit that it’s the law that they must go down to the U.S. Post Office and register with the Selective Service:


If you are a man ages 18 through 25 and living in the U.S., then you must register with Selective Service. It’s the law. You can register at any U.S. Post Office and do not need a social security number. When you do obtain a social security number, let Selective Service know. Provide a copy of your new social security number card; being sure to include your complete name, date of birth, Selective Service registration number, and current mailing address.

Selective Service does not collect any information which would indicate whether or not you are undocumented. You want to protect yourself for future U.S. citizenship and other government benefits and programs by registering.”

It’s rather laughable eh? Make sure and point out to the illegals you speak with that by signing up, it will lead to U.S. citizenship and all those “benefits and programs.” I guess that’s one way to solve the illegal immigrant problem huh?

But what is it with war anyway? Why is the U.S. the big bully on the block these days? What the heck are we doing and why?

One reason is that it its easier to defeat a weak enemy now than ever before. It seems that today the way to go to war is via the air first, and then send in the ground forces to pick up the pieces and restore order. It’s working so well in Iraq right? Ha!

If you’ve ever played the game of “Risk,” you know that spreading yourself too thin is paramount to defeat. This is what the U.S. is doing by occupying 130 nations and currently warring with two. So this leads us to the coming draft.

With our armed forces already strained from duty, more battle ready souls are needed. If the draft is incorporated into the picture to supply these needed bodies, I think you would see a drastic change in the attitude towards the administration(s) that want to continue drilling for oil, erm, I mean spreading democracy to other countries.

It’s much easier to just take another countries oil than drill in our own back yard. I mean…we can use our own oil as a last resort right? So let’s just take everyone else’s until that time ok? A few lost souls obtaining it won’t matter as long as you have affordable gasoline! Oh…wait a minute…. we don’t have cheap gasoline….

There is no way I would allow my child to be drafted to fight these types of wars. They would be conveniently out of the country on vacation and I wouldn’t know where they are when the Selective Service came a knocking (thanks to Richard Maybury for that idea in recommending that children that are selective service age – or before that age – obtain a passport now).

But since I don’t have a child living here, I have to speak up for my nephews who are of age, as well as those who I’m not related to (someone has to speak for them right!).

When the draft is implemented, the government and media twist will be that you are not patriotic if you don’t do what the government and selective service says to do and be there when they come knocking.

I’m sure I’ll see some of you in the Swiss Alps. I’ll recognize you by your constant looking over your shoulder. We’ll have a drink and say a prayer for those who got caught up in the government’s game of Risk.

The above article is a reality folks. The complacency of the American public and their being fooled by this “War On Terror” will lead to the eventual drafting of your sons, and if necessary, your daughters (because of some lawsuit for equal rights).

Personally, I’m doing something about this nonsense. What, may I ask in a non-offending way, are you doing?

Lastly, I have one last question. What happens when all the folks who are aged 18-25 are conveniently vacationing when the Selective Service calls? Who will fight their wars then?

Doug Eberhardt