H. Rep 758:
It’s a bill authorizing Obama to supply weapons to the bankrupt Ukrainian Government to exterminate (and/or drive out into neighboring Russia) the people in the areas of Ukraine’s southeast that had voted 90% for the Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych, whom Obama overthrew in a bloody coup in February 2014; but, of course, that’s not how it’s worded. Here is how it’s worded:
"This resolution, rushed to a vote only two weeks after it was introduced, depicts Russia as an “Aggressor Nation” which has invaded Ukraine and was behind the downing of MH-17.
The resolution virtually calls for war on Russia.
Take a very good look at the language:
The President of the United States, in consultation with the US Congress, must…
“conduct a review of the force posture, readiness, and responsibilities of the United States Armed Forces and the forces of other members of NATO to determine if the contributions and actions of each is sufficient to meet the obligations of collective self defense under article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty and to specify the measures needed to remedy any deficiencies” .
Translation: the US Congress wants the Empire of Chaos to use NATO’s collective security doctrine under article 5 (an attack on one member is an attack on all members) to advance a war on Russia, even though Ukraine is not a member (but will soon become a major non-NATO ally).
The resolution now goes to the Senate.
If it becomes law, the resolution allows the President of the United States to declare war on Russia bypassing the formal permission of Capitol Hill.
The lame duck wouldn’t have the balls. But the Hillarator will."~Pepe Escobar
Here’s the vote, on December 4th:
Here’s the discussion of it (prior to the vote):
There were 411 votes for the bill, 10 votes against it.
These were the 10 votes against:
California’s George Miller (D)
California’s Dana Rohrabacher (R)
Florida’s Alan Grayson (D)
Florida’s Alcee Hastings (D)
Kentucky’s Thomas Massie (R)
Michigan’s Justin Amash (R)
North Carolina’s Walter Jones (R)
Tennessee’s John Duncan (R)
Texas’s Beto O’Rourke (D)
Washington’s Jim McDermott (D)