Raphaelle O'Neil joins the PANDA team as Press Chief.

            Born in Paris, France, Raphaelle immigrated to the United States at the age of five, and became an American citizen at fifteen. At that time she took an oath. “I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

            As changes occurred in the land she had grown to love, Raphaelle considered the promise she had made. She refused to sit idly by and watch misguided men and women destroy the good which noble souls had instituted for her benefit 200 years earlier.

            Raphaelle joined the free press, revealing various assaults on liberty online. She fought the creeping miasma of soft tyranny in many other ways than just the 2012 NDAA. However, the government's unconstitutional violation of basic human rights put forth by the NDAA threatens to prevent even the mere mention of crimes perpetrated against U.S. citizens. After all, if someone who speaks out against the government is accused of, for example, “inciting terrorism”, how will we speak about anything? Therefore, Raphaelle realized the resistance must begin with striking down the NDAA.

            I'm referring specifically to subsections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA FY 2012, which say that the government can accuse anyone on U.S. soil of being a terrorist, arrest him, forbid him counsel, incarcerate him, and send him to a foreign prison for the rest of his life. Unethical forces have infested our government. Forces which subvert the highest law in the land.

            We are grateful that Raphaelle will lead the PANDA team as its new press chief, so that together we may rally the American people to take back our liberty.

            Continually check our website for new information. Expect frequent updates on the progress that we are making against the NDAA.


–Ed R. Green