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Originally posted by Salt of the Earth
Glen Beck is "debunking" the FEMA camps, not exposing them.
He is trying to reassure the neocons and fake conservatives who watch Fox that all is well, that the only people we have to fear are the people who live in Iran and Iraq and Afghanistan and Pakistan.
He claims there are no FEMA camps, that it's all an Internet hoax. He got somebody from Mechanics Illustrated to back him up.
Alex Jones hates Glen Beck, and so do I. A sly, sneaky, creepy guy, real slimy, as Alex says a one-way sewar pipe to Hell, who pretends to be a conservative but is working for the Illuminati all the way.
brightonchemtrails (1 hour ago)
Your wrong, 1st off he was making an example of that hand signal I saw that episode. and 2nd that symbols not actualy on his site if you look, probably an april fool. he's gone into all of the masonic symbolism with david icke on his show and in his films! and you could have played the full clip for the sake of context? if anything at least hes made you look and think as to regards to symbolism. Theres tons of anti nwo sites with pyramids with eyes its letting them know we know theyre tactics.
The actual city came into existence as a 'company town' for a new railroad repair facility constructed by the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis Railroad (nicknamed the "Big Four"). Through acquisitions and mergers over the years, the railroad "shops" have been run by the New York Central, Penn Central and, presently, Amtrak rail systems. Although Beech Grove was incorporated in late 1906, it did not see rapid growth until the completion of the railroad facility in 1908; by July 1907, for example, there were only four homes and two businesses in place.
In recognition of its heritage as a railroad town Amtrak's business car 10001 is named The Beech Grove and is often used by agency officials when they travel the system
As I have family in Indianapolis, I travel there several times a year. When I can, I like to drive out to Beech Grove to see what's going on. They won't let me in, but I always stop at the Amtrak Police office and seek permission to take pictures from along the fence. Today the nice officer even let me park in the employee lots, which are close to the cars outside the buildings, so I was able to get a few nice pictures.
$1.3 billion federal investment in Amtrak will trickle down to the Beech Grove Amtrak maintenance facility, the White House announced Friday.
Originally posted by tide88
So either you are mistaken or are lying. Here are a whole slew of articles about that facility dating back 10+ years
beech groove amtrak
Originally posted by projectvxn
reply to post by tide88
Yeah, ok, Mix these prison camps in with HR 645 and HR 1388, and then tell me there's no possible way these could be used to send innocent people to prison camps.
Go ahead an ignore history while your at it. The legislation passed between 1930 and 1942 in Germany was worded very innocently, and the rest is history. BTW, who is going to round up these citizens and put them in these camps?