Baldaev drawing of Russia’s Gulag. Does the world want to go through it all again? Apparently we do, this time in the USA.
Hi Tap, you have probably seen this on beforeitsnews. It is an analysis of the tender for bids to staff the new FEMA camps. The contractor must be able to set up with only 72 hours notice, and “displaced citizens” (displaced from what?) may be employed by the camp. There is also reference to space for large vehicles and a camp within a camp. They are across the whole US.
I have been vaguely following these camps for a while, as they seemed related to Occupy, and the new US law to detain indefinitely without charge anyone deemed a threat to the state, whoops I mean the US people. Includes Occupy protestors, whistleblowers, and investigative journalists.
This article suggests a similarity with Nazi concentration camps, and the camps must last for up to 5 years, coincidentally the same sort of timeframe as WW1 and WW2. One or two comments say they could be camps to keep elite people safe from the masses.
TAP The word terror comes to mind. Nothing will be visible. No news reports. No media coverage. People will just keep disappearing. No doubt many will be ‘extradited’ from Britain and elsewhere, as there is no extradition process any more. Julian Assange just the first of many. They can take whoever they want from wherever they want. They used to keep ‘terrorists’ in Guantanamo Bay to get around the laws that protected the innocent from state oppression. The laws are all now in place to run 100 Guantanamo Bays within the US. The war with Iran beckons, drawing in Syria, possibly China and Russia. We’re awaiting the match to light the fuel of war, all carefully prepared.
WASP adds – Leaked Information from an insider:-
Halliburton subsidiary KBR. The documents reveal current on-going operations to staff the FEMA and U.S. Army camps it runs around the United States. According to our info, KBR is contracting services for temporary fencing and barricades, laundry and medical services, power generation, refuse collection, catering and other services required for temporary “emergency environment” camps located in five regions of the United States.
Disturbingly, this comes immediately after the Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), including the controversial amendment to the bill which allows the indefinite detention of American citizens.
All this at a time which economic conditions and mass demonstrations sweep the country and threaten potential unrest. Meanwhile, focus has fallen on President Obama’s real reason for threatening to veto the NDAA legislation – experts say it would hold the U.S. to the Geneva Convention and disrupt a tradition of executive fiat wherein presidents have long declared their own right to hold Americans.
Here is the Link
JULIA adds –
This is an extract from a post just received from Avaaz.
“The Arab League’s observers have failed to stop the brutal crackdown, but pressure on Assad is mounting. Avaaz has just released a terrifying report revealing the scale of Syria’s detention facilities, including what they did to Manhal. If we build a massive global outcry now, we can force key governments to confront the horrors in this report and accelerate the end of Assad.”
Avaaz are targeting Syria now. Strangely convenient that Syria is next on the US war shopping list along with Iran, so this plays into the US hands. I am wondering if Avaaz has been infiltrated? It has been getting very influential, and along with 38 degrees and Occupy has engaged a whole new load of people in politics and activism, and had several successful campaigns. I have also noticed that Amnesty UK has been doing a lot against the Iranian government in the last few months which is also very convenient.
Mr Low adds – US Sec of Defence admits Iran is not deceloping nuclear weapons at all.
Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer
Astoundingly, United States Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta openly admitted on national television that Iran is not, in fact, developing nuclear weapons, yet still justified the Western assault on their nuclear program.
On the CBS show “Face the Nation” Panetta stated, in no uncertain terms, that Iran is not trying to develop a nuclear weapon, making one wonder why the United States and the United Nations feel justified in pressuring Iran.
“Are they [Iran] trying to develop a nuclear weapon? Uh, no,” Panetta said, adding, “but we know that they are trying to develop a nuclear capability.”
This begs the question: what right does Panetta think the United States – or any nation for that matter – has to dictate if a sovereign nation can conduct peaceful nuclear research?
Furthermore, what is wrong with developing a nuclear capability for research and power generation purposes?
After all, the enriched uranium that the Iranians have been bragging about is only enriched to about 20 percent, whereas weapons-grade uranium is typically enriched to roughly 85 percent.
Uranium-235 enriched to 20 percent is considered “weapons-usable,” but not weapons grade, due to the fact that it would make for a relatively inefficient weapon.