posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 07:46 PM
It started on the last day of my life. At that time we were almost dead anyway from starvation. I looked at my daughter for the final moments we had
there together. We were in a large room, light blue in color. There were many rooms like it that held about 20 to 25 people. No beds, no clothing,
just four walls and the floor. Some were dying and then others were already dead and just left on the floor, all of us stayed near to the walls. I
looked at my daughter with such love. I heard footsteps on the catwalk above and turned to see a young woman with dark hair who had stopped and got
low to the edge of the wall above seeming to bid me to go to her. I used almost all of my strength and she held out her hand and offered me something
to eat. It was only a few bits of something. I took it and turned and went to give it to my daughter but she was too weak. her only strength came from
my presence there with her. Behind me a door opened and we were told to go into a room. I carried my daughter with me and went inside. each of us were
given an injection and quietly died. First my daughter and finally me. That was my experience, and it was all true. The rest is what I knew from being
And this is what I knew. When it all started, we were taken to a facility and put in large rooms where we were asked certain questions. Those who
answered a certain way were told to leave. Those of us who answered another way such as us were also told to leave into another area. We were given
blue jumpsuits to put on and taken the facility where we eventually died. When they got you there they tried to get you to change what you believe and
trust. They were methodical and used a very slow starvation method that took a very long time. Other very bad things also happened there as well too
painful to describe. People were separated into cell blocks with about 20 to 25 people in each. There were many such blocks like the one we were in.
The workers of the facility were everyday Americans like you or me. To them we were the bad people who were being processed and nothing more than
that. These workers often had their way with any of us there when they wanted. Other people were there who were in uniform, dressed in black with red
cuffs or stripes but I remember black with hints or red trim. If a person changed their resistance to acceptance they were given the task of abusing
the rest of us before being taken to a re-education center. That was how they knew you had changed because those who were classified blue were there
because of their moral beliefs. Often, when newcomers came in, still wearing their jumpsuits, they would be asked to do something bad to some of the
people held there. Those who refused were taken immediately and stripped naked before entering one of the cell block rooms. Those who obeyed were sent
to a re education center. Each cell block was a room that had a large viewing window on one wall that could see in but not out. There were small
windows about 15 feet up along the top of the walls and also a catwalk on another wall where any who wanted could stand and watch us below. I had been
there almost a year and my daughter for almost two.
The system that was set up was well planned and even the method used to break the will of a person well thought out. A system of centers were spread
out across the nation so that no one place could alert the unsuspecting public. In fact the public were fed lies about the people inside the
"residential relocation centers" that they were terrorists, illegals, and criminals.
I experienced what is described above even though it has not happened yet. However, the centers are real and the residential relocation centers are
real. They are under FEMA and Homeland Security, and under "REX84". The most recent event is ( H.B. 645 ) that calls for further construction of
more centers on unused military bases. Notice section 2 part 4.
Watch this episode with Gov. Jesse Ventura and take a peek at 15 min into the video. I saw this video only after my experience within the facility. I
am not saying this was that facility I was in but it is one of the many throughout the US.