- Last Act Of Congress Preserves Internment Camps Suspicious restoration in name of historical interest will raise fears of link to Halliburton camps forMessage 1 of 1 , Dec 8, 2006View Source
Last Act Of Congress Preserves Internment Camps
Suspicious restoration in name of "historical interest" will raise fears of link to Halliburton camps for dissidents
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, December 8, 2006
One of the last acts of Congress was to send President Bush a bill that establishes a $38 million program of National Park Service grants to preserve Japanese POW internment camps in Hawaii, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Idaho. Is this really in the name of historical interest or does it dovetail with programs on the books to intern hundreds of thousands of dissidents in a time of crisis?