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what we have to look forward to Concentration Camps

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posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by acegotflows
In the not so distant future, I believe that these camps will be here. They have been around for a long time. I can't seem to get the link to work so I'll try later. These things seem to be right around the corner for us. Be prepared to stand for yours. I'll try and get the videos up in a few.


The Internet is a concentration camp, dude. It's even worse than television, because TPTB can track everything you look at and do online. So they don't have to physically lock you up anymore. That's too expensive. All they need to do is lock up you MIND.





posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 02:45 PM
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670, could you find a link to the station and the article to back that one up? I realize there are so many jaw dropping events happening so quickly these days it is hard to follow it all and keep your sanity, but I would like to see some thing more of what you report before I can make a clear oppinion.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 06:13 PM
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i wonder if these could be set up for the great civil unrest that follows an economic collapse of sorts, or shake down where there are many who lose there life savings or jobs and are forced rather quickly into poverty.

if you think this is a joke, understand the BIS the bank of international settlements (which is a group that speaks about all the central banks in the world) recently said

www.gata.org...

www.freemarketnews.com...

both very sobering, all the while the troops (which are broken down, tired, lack necessary equipment) have been ordered to sit in iraq and protect the globalistic american beaurocrats and there oil gold mine intrests in the middle east

seems the corporations have left the american worker for dead and with manufacturing shipped overseas, the future of america is very chaotic and uncertain, maybe a further seperation of the classes, and a building american "slave labor" as people do whatever it takes to put food on the table. as the american consumer's bills become higher and higher and in turn buys less and less, forerign investment in U.S assets (net inflows) is declining rapidlly. because of china doing what is best for itself and finding it time to cut the intresting trade win/win relationship the two have had for a while. and as mortagage defaults rise higher and higher the banks will be tighter and tighter on there lending (credit) financing that the american consumer has been largely financed from.

what can we expect



In a financial economy such as the U.S. where a disproportionate share of capital is invested in the capital markets, additional credit leads to speculative bubbles. Greenspan/Bernanke & Co. have argued that the Fed has unlimited ability to create unlimited amounts of new money (helicopter money) and intervene endlessly in the financial markets to support asset prices of stocks, bonds, or real estate. Therefore as long as this ability isn’t curtailed through constitutional means or through gold and silver backing, the Fed can create sufficient quantities of money to bail out any financial entity be it a bank, hedge fund, or government enterprise such as Fannie and Freddie.



hyperinflationary depression with bouts of deflation is what we will see

let me explain it in a way that lets you know why you should care about the monetera inflation we have been seeing from an expert

jen's o parrson's ("dying of money)




“Everyone loves an early inflation. The effects at the beginning of inflation are all good. There is steepened money expansion, rising government spending, increased government budget deficits, booming stock markets, and spectacular general prosperity, all in the midst of temporarily stable prices. Everyone benefits, and no one pays. That is the early part of the cycle. In the later inflation, on the other hand, the effects are all bad. The government may steadily increase the money inflation in order to stave off the latter effects, but the latter effects patiently wait. In the terminal inflation, there is faltering prosperity, tightness of money, falling stock markets, rising taxes, still larger government deficits, and still roaring money expansion, now accompanied by soaring prices and ineffectiveness of al traditional remedies. Everyone pays and no one benefits. That is the full cycle of every inflation


let me thrust this into the context of the political-economical-military reality america is in.

let me state something not reported in the newspapers or television

Never dismiss or discount or underestimate the impact on the USDollar currency from the US Military standing down in its buildup and threat toward Iran

(especially if you "could be" ignorant of the fact that iran is no iraq) and iran has support from russia and china, should any attack occur coupled with our forces being weakened. if we were to attack iran i think world war III would brake out .

alot of people (me included) often have the luxury of thinking about peaceful solutions to alot of things and thinking about some of the more abstract discussion (alternative theories and the like) and we dont understand or want to believe that we were born into this luxury which (others dont have, where there lives are focused on finding food or shelter or staying alive) may have been provided by the strong-arm tactics of the same u.s gov't and military we like to ridicule for not being up front with the public about going into war. what i am starting to realize is that when the economy falls we may get what we inadvertantly had been asking for

did the u.s govt lie about going into iraq and afghanistan yes

did they sacrifice the lives of 3000 nyc citizens to extend the comfy lives of the rest of our us citizens a few more years, and buy themselves enough time to set up corporations and contracts globally and have enough fat cash to retire for good. probably IMO


could they have done it without the staged false flag ? with a more carefully planned attack in iraq and afghanistan with less civilian losses? to set up there oil intrests and company in a society very umm not happy to have a foreign power take over. well maybe if the american people understand that in today's day in age (wether we are aware or not) to have the luxury of being on top as an economy it is a very bloody game that most of us would rather not know about , which may involve killing lots of people averse to a take over of the biggest exports of there economy) it was alot easier to get support from american's initially by getting them angry, especially since they are greedy and decided iraq's bad decison to try to buy oil in euro's not dollars should be punished and teach other nations a lesson in the process and i think they sacrificed 3000 lives so 200,000,000 million could have 5 more years of comfort and the elite would have time to make more money and then get out. even though i think there could have been a better action which would have made an example out of iraq to other country's threatening to do this, and keep the petro dollar strong, i think there GREED MADE THEM GO THE EXTRA STEP

also these foreign country's also have to suffer from high inflation from holding these devalued dollars in the reserve banks also

sometimes life is cruel in the sense that both choices cause pain.

(wether you agree with my assesment of the war and attacks or not which were tragic but they are not the focal point of this discussion of the current economic state


i don't think it would be a bad idea to make serious alternae plans to have the option of moving out of the united states and hold your money in gold and the Euro very soon




mods sorry for this is a double post but i tried to edit an earlier post 8 hours ago and left this post up on the edit screen which i just finished and thought it was important not to have it buried a page back when the discussion had moved forward.

[edit on 9-7-2007 by cpdaman]

[edit on 9-7-2007 by cpdaman]



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 08:51 PM
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the way I see it as it stand now, there will be 2 distinct classes of society. Those who have and add to soceity, and those who don't and detract. The detractors will probably be forced into these camps as a way for the Bank Backers to get their investment back.

Why would I use the term investment? An american citizen is nothing more than a bank asset. Our real birth cirtificates have bank numbers on them, tracking us and tying us to the system. When that system goes under, we're going to be blamed for it's failure and will be working off our debt so to speak. That's what I feel is in the fold.

Nazi germany wasn't much different after their eceonomy died and they created the rentenmark . Then things turned for the worst.



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by DCP
the term "banker's hours" have been around forever. Banks were never user friendly.

i would think that ATM usage went up as more women joined the work force. 25-30 years ago Daddy worked, and Mommy did the chores, went to the bank, and whatnot. Then as more women joined the work force and banks didn't change their hours, the need for ATMs increased(not to mention the banks can make more money by hiring less people)


One would think so, but no. It was a strategy to make sure that people didn't pull resources that weren't available. ATM's were around 25-30 years ago. They just weren't popularized. The make more money by hiring less ppl thing is a common practice by all coroprations as they focus on Profit margin. Thus jobs being sent overseas. It was a weaning process. The powers that be don't do things right away. They have to allow time to do their cover ups for them.

There was a thread on here a while ago with somebody explaining or at least mentioning the banker's plan for the ATM. I'd have to find it again...

[edit on 7/12/2007 by acegotflows]



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