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      Confirmation Of Concentration Camps For Americans In America



      Confirmation Of Concentration Camps
      For Americans In America


      Free Press International
      10.23.2004

      During World War II more than 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned
      behind barbed wire concentration camps in Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming,
      Arkansas, California, Indiana and Utah. President Roosevelt himself
      called the facilities "concentration camps" and more than half of
      these American prisoners were children.

      Former Texas Congressman Henry Gonzales, who is now deceased, was
      asked about the existence of civilian detention camps in America
      replied, "The truth is yes -- you do have these stand by provisions,
      and the plans are here...whereby you could, in the name of stopping
      terrorism...evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in
      detention camps."

      The week before August 14, 2002 Attorney General John Ashcroft
      disclosed a little publicized plan that would allow him to order the
      indefinite incarceration of U.S. citizens and summarily strip them of
      their constitutional rights and access to the courts by declaring them
      "enemy combatants."

      According to Army Regulation 210–35, The Civilian Inmate Labor
      Program, a new regulation provides Army policy and guidance for
      establishing civilian inmate labor programs and "civilian prison
      camps" on Army installations.

      After 9/11 FEMA moved ahead with plans to create "temporary cities"
      that could handle millions of Americans after mass destruction attacks
      on U.S. cities. President Bush also unveiled a Homeland Security
      proposal to allow soldiers to "enforce quarantines" of civilians in
      the event of a chemical or biological weapons attack.

      Since the attack on the World Trade Center about 5,000 people, many
      who are Americans, have been arrested and "detained" by the Justice
      Department with no due process. Sound familiar? Not one single person
      has been successfully prosecuted and convicted by Ashcroft's Justice
      Department.

      The Civilian Inmate Labor Program .pdf
      PBS: Children Of The Camps
      Presidential Executive Order 12656
      Camps for Citizens: Ashcroft's Hellish Vision
      Bush Unveils Homeland Security Plan
      The Henry B. Gonzalez Archives
      FEMA's Plan for Mass Destruction Attacks
      Executive Power Grab On Tap At White House?
      The Case Against Bush


      http://www.freepressinternational.com/army.10232004.camps.7817625340989.html
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