Camp Fema - the movie

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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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I understand there is a thread about this movie, but when I read it
It was before it came out and it was already getting bad mouthed
just because some have seen Alex Jones in the trailer.

First off, I am not a basher of not supporter of Alex Jones.
Yes, he is in the movie but not the whole thing.

I do recommend watching this movie -
It is not a yelling, screaming in your face movie that some may think it is.
It is well done and thought out.

For those who can not find it or would like the info that is there
I am compiling a list, not all the stuff in the movie, in the order they appear.
That would be to much work.

Camp Fema movie site


*** Spoiler Alert ****
** I don't do the movie Justice but Heres some Info from it**

Movie start:


Japanese American internment refers to the forcible relocation and internment in 1942 of approximately 110,000

Japanese Americans and Japanese residing in the United States to housing facilities called "War Relocation Camps," in

the wake of Imperial Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.The internment of Japanese Americans was applied unequally

throughout the United States. Japanese Americans residing on the West Coast of the United States were all interned,

whereas in Hawaii, where more than 150,000 Japanese Americans composed nearly a third of that territory's population,

only 1,200 to 1,800 Japanese Americans were interned. Of those interned, 62 percent were United States citizens.


More Info:
Japanese American internment
Executive Order 9066

43 years later, Reagan signed HR 442 aka
Civil Liberties Act of 1988 which

these actions were without security reasons and without any acts of espionage or sabotage documented by the

Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, and were motivated by racial prejudice, wartime

hysteria, and a failure of political leadership


After Sep,11 2001 It happened again, the rounding up of 1000's of people based on Race Prejudice, war hysteria,

failure of political leadership. I found one artical on this US: 13,000 Arab and Muslim men face deportation I haven't searched more for it for I want to finish

this "review"

Intro Credits:

Brings up in background newscast: "indefinite detention of about 50 terrorism suspects being held without charges at

at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba" Obama to Use Current Law to

Support Detentions




Obama's decision was buried on page A 23 of The New York Times' New York edition on Thursday. It didn't appear on

that page in the national edition. (Meanwhile, the front page was graced with the story, "Richest Russian's Newest Toy:

An N.B.A. Team.")
from here

End Intro Credits:

John Stadtmiller "radio talk host" speaks on Japanese American Interment camps.

April 1, 1979 Under Jimmy Carter Executive Order 12127 Fema was created 12127

Upone creation Fema absorbed : Federal Insurance Administration, National Fire Prevention & Control Administration,

National Weather Service Community Preparedness Program and several other programs.
Given control over civil defence, used to be D.o.D.

2003 it became part of Dept. of Homeland Security - following 3 main goals
1. National Emergency Recovery
2. Continuity of Government
3. Combating perceived threats to the existing social and political order.

Then in to details about those.

Then into Project Megiddo

miac

strategic report


Catherine Blesh "Founder: Liberty Resoration Project" speaks of MIAC reports
then in to more info about MIAC


Department of HOmeland Security Report April 7th 2009 (info about and news clips around)


Army Regulation 210-35 info on

*** 1/2 way though now ***

Patriot Act

removal of Habeas Corpus

National Emergency Centers Establishment Act aka H.R.

645


I won't post anymore info since it would be all the movie and I wouldn't want to spoil it more then I have
















[edit on 10/9/2009 by EvilBat]

[edit on 10/9/2009 by EvilBat]






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