Subject: Is the DRAFT coming back to carry out the Bush Neocon agenda?! YES!
Date: 3/2/2005 9:16:22 AM Pacific Standard Time
Selective Service Ready
To Restore The Draft
Stop The Draft Before It Starts
On March 31, the Selective Service System will report to President Bush that it is ready to implement a draft within 75 days. We have to organize now to stop the draft before it starts.
Despite what politicians say, there is a high probability that the Bush Administration will attempt to reinstate the draft.
Out of 10 Army Divisions, part or all of 9 of them are either deployed in
Enlistment rates not even able to maintain current force levels, much less provide troops for new invasions and occupations. All four services missed their enlistment quotas last year, and enlistments in the Reserves, National Guard, and regular military are at a 30-year low. Many current members of the armed forces plan to get out as soon as their current enlistment ends. According to a poll conducted by the military newspaper Stars & Stripes, 49% of soldiers stationed in
The President has given the Selective Service System a set of readiness goals to be implemented by March 31, 2005. As part of these performance goals, the System must be ready to be fully operational within 75 days. This means we can look for the Draft to be in operation as early as June 15, 2005.
March 19 is the second anniversary of the war. On the weekend of March 19-20, activists all over the globe will take to the streets to demand and end to the war and occupation.