Good-bye to the Draft?


Fifth Estate # 409, Summer, 2021

The Selective Service Repeal Act of 2021 was introduced in Congress on April 14 with bipartisan support in both the House and the Senate. If this becomes law, registering for the hated draft will no longer be required.

The draft laws have always contradicted the 13th Amendment that forbids involuntary servitude. The draft laws are the worst kind, forcing citizens to do the dirty, and often criminal work of the government in its endless wars, almost all of which are based on lies.

The Selective Service Repeal Act would:

  • Repeal the Military Selective Service Act, in its entirety;
  • Repeal Presidential authority to order registration for a military draft;
  • Abolish the Selective Service System and local draft boards in every county in the U.S.;
  • Repeal all Federal sanctions for not having registered with the Selective Service System; and preempt all state sanctions for non-registration.

The same day the repeal act was introduced in Congress, the Biden administration, the darling of the liberals, filed a Supreme Court brief asking the court not to consider a case challenging the Constitutionality of the current Selective Service registration requirement.

The Biden administration ordered more U.S. battle-ready troops to Europe in April in response to what it says was a Russian troop mobilization on the Ukraine-Russian border Also, it approved sophisticated arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) assuring the deaths of more civilians in the Middle East by weapons marked “Made in USA.”

Whether it was blackmail over pee tapes the Russians had on Trump, or if he was a conscious agent of Putin, or just wanted to build a Trump Moscow Tower (the most probable explanation), the former president wanted to unwind the Cold War II initiated by Obama, and now ramped back up again by Biden.

Thank you to Edward Hasbrouck at for the information in this article. The opinions are those of the Fifth Estate.