“With the establishment of a relationship of oppression, violence has already begun. Never in history has violence been initiated by the oppressed. How could they be the initiators, if they themselves are the result of violence? How could they be the sponsors of something whose objective inauguration called forth their existence as oppressed? There would be no oppressed had there been no prior situation of violence to establish their subjugation. Violence is initiated by those who oppress, who exploit, who fail to recognize others as persons - not by those who are oppressed, exploited and unrecognised.”—
KBR, a Halliburton subsidiary, calls for the immediate staffing of the long empty FEMA camps which have been in construction for the past 20 years all around the United States. This has happened as a direct response to the senate overwhelmingly passing the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
WAIT. Doesn’t America already have the largest prison population in the world? Why yes…yes it does. 1 in every 100 people is behind bars. Think about that for just a second. 1 in every 100. Are we a safer country because of it? Not so much, considering countries that imprison at much lower rates have much lower crime than the grand ol’ USA: http://www.nationmaster.com/compare/Sweden/United-States/Crime - and don’t be thrown off by the high rape in Sweden. Most of that can be accounted for simply due to less stigma when it comes to reporting rape. So therefore: it’s reported, and then recorded in crime stats.
If I recall, I haven’t seen too many terrorist attacks as of late. Have you? Am I missing something here?
Glaring questions everyone should have: WHO ARE THESE CAMPS FOR? What is the emergency that requires staffing for these prisons camps? Are there really that many terrorists around or does the media/government just want you to think that there are? What are they going to do with these “campers” at these places? Are we just one terrorist attack away from having thousands of Americans swept into these prisons and held there without trial because they were accused of being “terrorists”? Is this why the definitions of people who can be considered terrorists by law keeps getting broader and fuzzier? Is there another false flag on the horizon?
Whoa…sorry about that. That might be a tad bit…alarmist?
No. No, I don’t think so. I think these are all valid questions and the most important ones should be: What happened to the America we once knew? Where will America be in 10 years? How do we stop this quiet robbery of rights and desecration of the constitution?
- I’m an alarmist because I don’t even want actual terror suspects to be held without due process of law. I must be pro-muslim or even a terrorist myself!
- I’m an alarmist because I know the ratio of actual terror suspects being detained/killed to bad…
NOT TO MENTION THE EVER WIDENING NET OF DEFINED TERRORISM. ENVIRONMENTALISTS ARE TERRORISTS. PREPPERS ARE TERRORISTS. RON PAUL SUPPORTERS ARE TERRORISTS. WHAT’S NEXT? HMMM? KEEP THE LIST GOING, NOT EVERYONE CAN BE SUSPECTED YET.
"It’s not conspiracy, it’s frightening: The United States may be taking a leap forward towards becoming completely beholden to its military. Last week the Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act which, pending full approval, would essentially declare the U.S. homeland a battleground, allowing the military to arrest and detain American citizens defined as “enemy combatants” indefinitely without due process. This is happening in the hallowed name of the War on Terror, and it’s spitting in the face of the Bill of Rights."