800 US Concentration Camps- FEMA and the REX-84 Prog

#1
800 Detention camps have been constructed over the past few years throughout the USA to house American citizens at the stroke of one signature from the president "If you are not for us, you are against us"
How concerned should the average american really be?

http://onlinejournal.com/artman/publish/article_2964.shtml
http://www.zoneoftruth.com/CAMPS.html
http://www.greaterthings.com/News/Concentration_Camps/
http://www.apfn.org/apfn/camps.htm
http://www.prisonplanet.com/090402camps.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P-hvPJPTi4
http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/con_camps.htm
 
#2
I think most Americans would feel reassured that their government has some sort of contingency planning and resources in place - for whatever purposes. Try to imagine any type of war/ disaster scenario in UK Plc, and you can only conclude "we're fnucked"....
 
#3
"How concerned should the average American really be?".

Depends how big their tin foil stetsons are.
 
#5
4(T) said:
I think most Americans would feel reassured that their government has some sort of contingency planning and resources in place - for whatever purposes. Try to imagine any type of war/ disaster scenario in UK Plc, and you can only conclude "we're fnucked"....
In bold. Fatal that one I think.

Thats what an administration up to no good would rely on, that the citizen would remain complacent and just assume that the government is operating with an overall benign intent.

But that very outlook must surely be questioned when you see the senator being blocked from asking Col Oliver North (Iran/Contra arms deal) questions about the program. If its for the good of the public why does it have to be kept secret from the public?

Over the past few years whilst our attention has been diverted to matters of war in the Middle East, Cheney and the Department of Homeland Security have been busily building the physical and administrative infrastructure necessary to run a totalitarian state.

Whilst to us, the poor benighted citizen who shortly will be suffering the mother of all, shock and awe economic collapses and seeing this as a catastrophe, others in power in America will view it as an opportunity to institute Directive 51.
National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive

NATIONAL SECURITY PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE/NSPD 51

HOMELAND SECURITY PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE/HSPD-20

Subject: National Continuity Policy

Purpose

(1) This directive establishes a comprehensive national policy on the continuity of Federal Government structures and operations and a single National Continuity Coordinator responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of Federal continuity policies. This policy establishes "National Essential Functions," prescribes continuity requirements for all executive departments and agencies, and provides guidance for State, local, territorial, and tribal governments, and private sector organizations in order to ensure a comprehensive and integrated national continuity program that will enhance the credibility of our national security posture and enable a more rapid and effective response to and recovery from a national emergency.
http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2007/05/20070509-12.html
 
#6
the_guru said:
Who gives a fcuk anyway?
I would have thought everybody who wishes to remain living in a civil, democratic society under the rule of law where the elected rulers have to be accountable to and work in the best interests of those who elected them.

Isn't that what our grand parents fought for in the second world war?

That said, if you are one who has served in either the Iraq or Afghan theaters, the element of total despair and cynicism in your remark is thoroughly understandable.
I'm sure had I gone through that experience I also would have been inclined to express the very same thought before reaching for another can.
 
#7
EthanEdwards11 said:
the_guru said:
Who gives a fcuk anyway?
I would have thought everybody who wishes to remain living in a civil, democratic society under the rule of law where the elected rulers have to be accountable to and work in the best interests of those who elected them.

Isn't that what our grand parents fought for in the second world war?
Ethan,
Do we have an elected Prime Minister,no we do not.
Our leaders and their cronies are interested in themselves,no-one else.
 

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#8
Yeah, who gives a fcuk? I'd be interested (if this wasn't a proper tinfoil hat thing with loads of links to bacofoil sites) to see what your good ol' redneck with his 'right to bear arms' would make of a suggestion that internment camps were being set up across the US with a view to 'controlling a potentially hostile people'.

"Yeeehaaaww cuzzin-paw, you sure shot dat there haypachy thingymabob good'n'proper with yowa 30 ort siiex, but he's'a'still cummin, wut we gunna do now?"
 
#9
Do we have an elected Prime Minister,no we do not.


The British system is to NOT elect a PM, we , the electorate , elect an MP , the largest group (party) of MPs then elect a leader. That means that our elected representatives have , on our behalf, elected a PM. This is as it always has been . The oft made statement that this PM was not elected is therefore no argument.

Incidentally I wouldn't p**s on this one if he was on fire but until such time as the party are voted out we have to live with him.
 
#10
vvaannmmaann
Ethan,
Do we have an elected Prime Minister,no we do not.
Our leaders and their cronies are interested in themselves,no-one else.
Its an old riposte but I'll use it anyway - 'Hitler was elected.'
There is a major difference in merely electing them and holding them to account when we have done so.

There is a general misconception about the electoral process. Lots of people seem to think it is like how the Poles used to elect their kings.
A vote was taken, a king installed then everybody blindly obeyed whatever the king told them to do.
That of course isn't democracy.
 
#11
actiontoday said:
800 Detention camps have been constructed over the past few years throughout the USA to house American citizens at the stroke of one signature from the president "If you are not for us, you are against us"
How concerned should the average american really be?

http://onlinejournal.com/artman/publish/article_2964.shtml
http://www.zoneoftruth.com/CAMPS.html
http://www.greaterthings.com/News/Concentration_Camps/
http://www.apfn.org/apfn/camps.htm
http://www.prisonplanet.com/090402camps.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P-hvPJPTi4
http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/con_camps.htm
This would be alarming if it wasn't from the same type of people who believe the New World Order is out to get them, 9/11 was planned by Mossad/G.W Bush/CIA/whatever, the Jews are one step from world domination and the Queen is a reptillian alien shapeshifter. :roll:
 
#14
I had heard tales of NY muslims involved in terror plots being whisked away without trial. I assumed that they were taken to Cuba.
 
#16
Biped
Yeah, who gives a fcuk? I'd be interested (if this wasn't a proper tinfoil hat thing with loads of links to bacofoil sites) to see what your good ol' redneck with his 'right to bear arms' would make of a suggestion that internment camps were being set up across the US with a view to 'controlling a potentially hostile people'.
Its the red necks in uniform that will be imposing the martial law. Its from the red neck areas that most of the soldiers came who fought in the wars.
Now with the wars looking like a disaster for ordinary people. a busted economy, shortage of work and the Repugs on the electoral run, Mr Red Neck would be grateful for Martial Law for giving him a new employment opportunity.

One not to be missed. Being bussed in to break Liberal heads who were against the wars from the beginning.
Sh'it, Mr Red Neck is going to be in red neck heaven.
Rabid nationalism and plenty of violence, just what he was born for.

(By the way, expect plenty of agent provocateurs and hard core police action at the Dem conference in August. It will be a preliminary exersize to try and frighten the doofars into not voting for the Dems. And the trouble they will create will later any way be used as part of the excuses for introducing Emergency rule.
They'll make Mugabe look like an amateur.)
 
#17
EthanEdwards11 said:
Biped
Yeah, who gives a fcuk? I'd be interested (if this wasn't a proper tinfoil hat thing with loads of links to bacofoil sites) to see what your good ol' redneck with his 'right to bear arms' would make of a suggestion that internment camps were being set up across the US with a view to 'controlling a potentially hostile people'.
Its the red necks in uniform that will be imposing the martial law. Its from the red neck areas that most of the soldiers came who fought in the wars.
Now with the wars looking like a disaster for ordinary people. a busted economy, shortage of work and the Repugs on the electoral run, Mr Red Neck would be grateful for Martial Law for giving him a new employment opportunity.

One not to be missed. Being bussed in to break Liberal heads who were against the wars from the beginning.
Sh'it, Mr Red Neck is going to be in red neck heaven.
Rabid nationalism and plenty of violence, just what he was born for.

(By the way, expect plenty of agent provocateurs and hard core police action at the Dem conference in August. It will be a preliminary exersize to try and frighten the doofars into not voting for the Dems. And the trouble they will create will later any way be used as part of the excuses for introducing Emergency rule.
They'll make Mugabe look like an amateur.)


Sorry E-E, but this is a load of BOLLIX, along with 'unmarked helicopters' and the 'Illuminati', which, last time I looked, included Peter Mandelson, ffs.

Wibble
 

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#19
King_of_the_Burpas said:
EthanEdwards11 said:
Biped
Yeah, who gives a fcuk? I'd be interested (if this wasn't a proper tinfoil hat thing with loads of links to bacofoil sites) to see what your good ol' redneck with his 'right to bear arms' would make of a suggestion that internment camps were being set up across the US with a view to 'controlling a potentially hostile people'.
Its the red necks in uniform that will be imposing the martial law. Its from the red neck areas that most of the soldiers came who fought in the wars.
Now with the wars looking like a disaster for ordinary people. a busted economy, shortage of work and the Repugs on the electoral run, Mr Red Neck would be grateful for Martial Law for giving him a new employment opportunity.

One not to be missed. Being bussed in to break Liberal heads who were against the wars from the beginning.
Sh'it, Mr Red Neck is going to be in red neck heaven.
Rabid nationalism and plenty of violence, just what he was born for.

(By the way, expect plenty of agent provocateurs and hard core police action at the Dem conference in August. It will be a preliminary exersize to try and frighten the doofars into not voting for the Dems. And the trouble they will create will later any way be used as part of the excuses for introducing Emergency rule.
They'll make Mugabe look like an amateur.)


Sorry E-E, but this is a load of BOLLIX, along with 'unmarked helicopters' and the 'Illuminati', which, last time I looked, included Peter Mandelson, ffs.

Wibble
I suspect he was being rather ironic.

Flibble (they're watching me, and I can feel their death rays melting my brain).
 
#20
Far too many people mock democracy until they need it.

Like the lack of people standing up to a bully, people use the old "he hasn't picked on me, so I don't have a problem" excuse to do nothing. Finally, when they've locked up, tortured and killed everyone else, they'll come for you. Who will be there to defend you?
 

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