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No, they aren't Nazi concentration camps. But they are similar (and very similar to when the US government rounded up 120,000 Americans citizens of Japanese descent during WWII, an action with which the US Supreme Court sanctioned). They're called "residential centers" but, by looking at one, you will not be able to differentiate it from a prison - double fences, flood lights, barbed wire to keep people from getting out, slides and swings for children and, at the main entrance... railroad tracks, just like Nazi Germany. Run by FEMA, Halliburton built them and holds the contracts. William Lewis has claimed he's identified over 800 detention facilities across the US, all created by a bill called H.R. 645, National Emergency Centers Establishment Act. Rep. Steve Cohen, a co-sponsor of the bill, claims that these camps don't exist. The sign at the entrance says that you will be criminally prosecuted if you bring in any instrument that could aid in an escape. If there is a "national emergency," the Council of Governors can quarantine the country into ten sectors and take control from the governors and state legislatures. Thousands of coffins made by a company connected to Halliburton were being stockpiled in a storage yard (and quickly moved after they were discovered).

Meanwhile... They're called fusion centers, and they are popping up all over the country (72 in all so far). They are command centers that gather and analyze information from around the country purportedly to prevent terrorism. They combine 55 agencies of federal, state, and local police enforcement. Each fusion center is purportedly managed separately (e.g., they are not managed nor overseen by the federal government). Who are their targets? People like peace protesters. Put this fact in the context that Wal-Mart will be showing a "video message" from the Department of Homeland Security asking people to look out for "suspicious" activity and report it (later to be rolled out to malls, retail outlets, and hotels across the United States).

Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel once said "There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest." There is now a significant amount of evidence that American concentration camps have been built and that the American government is preparing for martial law. What we need is a story that ties the evidence together. Jesse Ventura has provided one. As to the accuracy of the story, that judgment is left to you. The government holds many secrets. Wikileaks is proving how serious these secrets are and how the "official" government story is usually anything but true. After completing production, Tru-TV pulled this particular episode of Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory and wouldn't allow it to air. Why? It is unclear how long these videos will be up, so watch them while you can... and speak out... while you still can.

USA - FEMA Camps - Police State (Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura)

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Original posting by Braincrave Second Life staff on Dec 16, 2010 at http://www.braincrave.com/viewblog.php?id=406

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