The Katrina disaster - a beta test for continuity of government, and internment facilities to contain Americans?


Mark Matheny
April 7, 2010
This is footage taken September 2, 2005 during the Katrina disaster. Several people were herded into a convention center and left without food, water, or any type of real medical help.

Most people refuse to believe a scenerio of "FEMA" detention facilities could ever become a reality in the United States, but they have existed in the past (just ask the 120,000 Japanese Americans that were arrested and relocated to internment facilities during the WWII and left there for 4 years).
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt authorized the internment with Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942, which allowed local military commanders to designate "military areas" as "exclusion zones," from which "any or all persons may be excluded." This power was used to declare that all people of Japanese ancestry were excluded from the entire Pacific coast, including all of California and most of Oregon and Washington, except for those in internment camps.[7] In 1944, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the exclusion orders,[8] while noting that the provisions that singled out people of Japanese ancestry were a separate issue outside the scope of the proceedings.[9] The United States Census Bureau assisted the internment efforts by providing confidential neighborhood information on Japanese Americans. The Bureau's role was denied for decades but was finally proven in 2007.[10][11]            Wikipedia-  Japanese American Internment

With the state of our economy, 'continuity of government' plans are certainly prepared in order to control and detain Americans here in the U.S. in case of an economic collapse, or any civil unrest. At this moment both scenerios are likely to bring this about. Most credible economists are in agreement that there will be a U.S. sovereign default soon, and a collapse of the dollar.

The results of inflation (higher prices) will cause many Americans to go further into debt, losing homes, jobs and retirement savings. As a result, many groups will unite and begin to expose the fraudulant agenda of the current government administration, resulting in massive roundups of "dissidents" for sedition, and other charges. Many of these events are taking shape at this time with the Hutaree Militia, and with the Tea Party meetings. These groups are currently being targeted for smear campaigns, and as "hate" groups in order to break them. In reality, these groups are certainly the only bulwarks left in the fight to keep the Republic from totally eroding into a totalitarian regime.

While I don't know all the details of the Hutaree Militia or their particular motives, I do certainly defend the right for each state to have a state militia, as our founding fathers envisioned in order to keep government at bay. It will certainly be in the interests of the current administration to demonize state militia groups in order to keep these groups from growing in numbers, as the state militias are under the authority of their respective states (their authority coming from the governor of each state), and are not subject to federalization, and cannot be called overseas.

It is my opinion that the Elite do not want an all out confrontation with Americans, because it would result in pushing back the advent of Global government, and therefore would be to their hurt. No, I think they are willing  to use the "boiling frog" formula, where they introduce legislation bit by bit, each time allowing a 'simmering period' to allow Americans to get used to the temperature of their enslavement, so to speak. The internment camps are ever at their disposal in the event resistance crops up faster than anticipated, or in the event that their plans get thwarted.

There is certainly enough evidence however,  to say that there are provisions set to detain Americans (as needed) in the event of a national emergency. Rex 84, HR 645, Military Commisions ActDefense Department Directive 1404.10, and several other official documents rebuke the shills such as Glenn Beck and others who would have us think differently.

This FOX News report shows rare footage of a real fema concentration camp "scenerio" during a state of emergency in the united states. This one is for those of you who still think the government is uncapable of locking you and your family up in a federal emergency detention camp or "convention center" as they like to call them... shocking and sad but true.

Let us pray that we, as our founding fathers once did, can preserve liberty in this great land.


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