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Yes, it's all true and there is so much more.
If you would like to see the training materials first hand, go to the following...
www.infowars.com and www.calltodecision.com . Both are offering that and more in their "Documents" links.
Since the publication of the email mentioned in the Baptist Newsletter, I have given several interviews on shortwave programs. You should be able to access those programs from those two sites.
News: How the Federal Emergency Management Agency learned to stop worrying -- about civilians -- and love the bomb.
James Lee Witt, like his boss and friend, Bill Clinton, is a well-meaning man and a would-be reformer. A native of Wildcat Hollow, Arkansas, Witt is a modest fellow who wears ostrich-skin cowboy boots and is not above taking a Greyhound bus or helping to salt icy roads.
Originally posted by seagull
This by all appearances, and I hope to God I am wrong, seems to be wanting us to become a nation of informers.
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
For some reason people don't like this story and aren't willing to consider there may be some truth to it and therefore discount the source. It happens all the time.
The problem is that the FEMA program exists in the first place!
Originally posted by sdcigarpig
There is a book called, "Kingdom Come." It is very specific on how some of the more radical members of the Christian faith are using the Church to move their ideas forward to include directing how the government runs and operates. For me, what is more scary is that there are a few whose ideas are to the point of fanaticism. What is being suggested in the original post is not something that is far out there. Consider, if you were a government with a lot of churchs behind you, what could you really do, to get your point across, or even remain in power?
That is my thoughts.