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GIANT CONCENTRATION CAMPS. IT'S THE FEDERAL PLAN. YOU'VE GOT TO WARN EVERYONE NOW. ---SOYLENT GREEN -- IT'S MADE OUT OF PEOPLE -- IT'S MADE OUT OF PEOPLE!!!
The agency plans to create emergency, makeshift cities that could house hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of Americans who may have to flee their urban homes if their cities are attacked.
ALEX HAS VIDEO OF WHAT THEY'LL DO TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY -- FOREIGN TROOPS GRABBING YOUR CHILDREN ETC...IN HIS VIDEOS POLICE STATE 2000 AND POLICE STATE II THE TAKEOVER THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT WILL ATTACK US CITIES WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY ATTACKING IRAQ AND BLAMING IRAQ FOR THE ATTACKS. THIS HAS BEEN ALEX JONES' ANALYSIS ALL ALONG. WE'VE BEEN IN A SLOW-MOTION RED DAWN SITUATION FOR YEARS, NOW IT'S GOING INTO HIGH GEAR
ALEX KNOWS THE ATTACKS ARE COMING SOON. IT'S CLEARER THAN EVER THAT THE BALLOON HAS ALREADY GONE UP. THE NEW WORLD ORDER HAS PUT THEIR PROGRAM IN HIGH GEAR. WE DON'T HAVE TO TELL YOU THAT WE ARE IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. THE GLOBALISTS WOULDN'T BE MOVING THIS FAST IF THEY WEREN'T DESPERATE. THEY KNOW THAT HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WORLDWIDE ARE NOT CONSCIOUS AND KNOW WHAT THE GLOBALISTS ARE. ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! THE ENEMY IS PUTTING OUT SYSTEM-WIDE COMMANDS. THEY HAVE LOADED THE GUN AND IT'S POINTED AT OUR HEADS. ONE CAN SEE THE TENDONS IN THE HAND BEGINNING TO CONSTRICT...TELL EVERYONE THAT THE GOVERNMENT IS ILLEGITIMATE AND IT'S CARRYING OUT THE TERRORIST ATTACKS. TELL THEM NOW. IT'S OUR ONLY HOPE TO BACK THEM OFF.
Here's a fake leak that Saddam is planning to destroy the US with bio, chemical and radiological weapons if the US attacks them. We know for a fact that the US Govt. controls thousands of Iraqis in this country, which they can activate to engage in terrorists activities. The NWO is scripting it all...
Saddam's War Plan Includes Bioweapons to Make U.S. a 'Living Hell'
US planning to recruit one in 24 Americans as citizen spies
The Bush Administration aims to recruit millions of United States citizens as domestic informants
(They Like the Hegelian Dialectic in Russia, too)
In 1999 a Series of Explosions Ripped Through Russian Apartment Buildings. The Bombings Were Conveniently Blamed on the Chechnyans, Thus Increasing Putin's Popularity and Strengthening the Russian Police State While Creating a Pretext for a War in Chechnya.
It Later Emerged, That Putin Had Arranged for the FSB to Carry out the Bombings. As You Will See in This Video Clip, Putin Used the Hegelian Dialectic of Problem-Reaction-Solution to Get What He Wanted.
Russian tycoon blames Moscow for blasts
Too Risky? It's a Dictatorship.
President Bush's proposal to create a Department of Homeland Security "merges too many different activities into a single department" and should be significantly scaled back if it is to have any chance of success, according to an independent study
'Corrupt' CIA Ensures US Vulnerability to Terrorism
The Central Intelligence Agency is "politicized" and "corrupt," the idea of a cabinet level Department of Homeland Security is a "ridiculous notion," and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were "not an act of war," but "a terrible criminal act..."
Terrorizing Your Children and Training Them for the Police State
The Norman Police conducted their third annual school shooting scenario drill Thursday morning
All of This Is Just Advertisement for Mentally Ill People to Shoot Up Schools
Endless Promotion--------------------------------------------Today on The Alex Jones Show:1:00 PMMichael CroninExecutive Director of the Coatlition of Airline Pilots Association. He Will Talk about Arming the PilotsRelated Article:Coalition of Airline Pilots Association Applauds House for
Approval of Bill to Arm Pilots
Talk about indoctrination! On Sesame street the other day, all the muppets
were arguing about who would get to sing the alphabet song when Kofi Annan
showed up and the muppets announced, "Let's do it the United Nations way--
together". Sick, Alex, sick. They are after our kids' minds. Keep up the
good work and god bless.----------------------------I know there's a groundswell of support to let local cops arrest and
detain migrants on immigration violations, but I'm also worried about
locals being asked to enforce Federal laws....it's another step toward
federalizing of the police. The cops will say they need additional
funding, training, equipment and manpower to carry out these mandates,
so the Feds will allocate it to them, with strings and oversight
attached, making the local agencies even more dependent on Washington.
It's creeping Federal, centralized control over our local police
Hamilton would have loved it, and Jefferson would have hated it.
Immigration is already a hot-button issue that people seem to want to
do *anything* to abate, even at the cost of surrendering local control
over their local law enforcement agencies. Now that Homeland Security
is being combined with immigration enforcement, it will be
"unpatriotic" soon to even question the wisdom of this.
Just like school vouchers, Federal funding = Federal control
From The Arizona Daily Star, available online at:
Expansion of foreigner arrest plan is feared
By Tim Steller
ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Friday, 12 July 2002
Southern Arizona law enforcement agencies are willing to enforce
immigration law to the limited extent requested by the U.S. attorney
general last month, but critics warn those limits could expand.
Attorney General John Ashcroft announced the Immigration and
Naturalization Service will begin issuing arrest warrants for foreign
visitors who pose a national security risk and who violate the terms of
their visas. Those warrants will be listed in a national crime database
routinely checked by local law enforcement officers during traffic
stops, he said.
If there's a valid arrest warrant from the INS in the National Crime
Information Center database, local police are willing to make the
arrest, said representatives of the Tucson Police Department, the Pima
County Sheriff's Department, the Arizona Department of Public Safety
and three other agencies questioned.
Immigrant-rights activists argue that Ashcroft's current plan may cause
problems in the long term. Isabel Garcia, a Tucson lawyer who is
co-chair of the Coalición de Derechos Humanos, said the attorney
general could later order that immigration law violators of any
nationality be listed in the database.
Mexicans and other Latin Americans might be next, she warned.
"They're starting with this smaller program, but we still believe it's
going toward a larger law enforcement strategy of targeting immigrants
of all nations," Garcia said. "It's a very slippery slope here."
The local departments' reactions to the recent Ashcroft plan contrast
with the clamor of resistance that arose earlier this year when the
Justice Department proposed deputizing local law enforcement officers
as immigration-law enforcers.
"I do not believe it is appropriate to allocate the limited resources
of the Tucson Police Department to the issue of immigration control,"
Tucson Police Chief Richard Miranda said in a May memorandum responding
to that proposal.
"We have worked hard to build bridges and establish partnerships with
the diverse population of our city. I believe that taking on the
additional role of enforcing immigration laws would jeopardize those
relationships and create unneeded tension in our community," Miranda
On June 5, Ashcroft announced the implementation of a new system to
track the entries and exits of foreign visitors, particularly those who
come from countries considered national security threats. The existing
system limited such tracking to people from Iraq, Iran, Sudan and
But Ashcroft reserved the right to expand or narrow the definition of
those who potentially pose a national security threat.
"Those categories are fluid and can be adjusted from time to time to
meet new requirements," Ashcroft said.
The entry and exit system set in motion by Ashcroft requires people who
meet the security-threat definition to visit an INS office at the
30-day point in their visits. Thereafter, they will be required to
visit an INS office every 12 months.
At those visits, the people will be asked to provide proof of residence
at a U.S. address, proof of enrollment at an educational institution if
the person has a student visa, or proof of employment if the person is
a work-visa holder.
Arrest warrants will be entered into the national database for those
who don't make the required INS visits or who otherwise violate the
terms of their stay. Ashcroft asked any law enforcement officer who
encounters these people to arrest them.
"The Department of Justice has no plans to seek additional support from
state and local enforcement in enforcing our nation's immigration laws
beyond our narrow anti-terrorism mission," he said.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada said a system that focuses on
people who pose a national security threat would not overly burden his
agency. Neither, he said, would it create additional concern among
illegal residents about reporting crimes to police.
"That's always a problem anyway," Estrada said. "Anyone that's here
illegally is going to be hesitant to report anything to police."
If the attorney general tries to expand the categories of people
targeted by INS warrants, that could make compliance with the policy
unaffordable, Estrada said. It also would make illegal residents less
likely to call police to report crimes, he said.
"We cannot extend ourself any more beyond that," he said.
* Contact reporter Tim Steller at 434-4086 or steller@...