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Defence Regulation 18b and the NDAA

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posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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One part of history exluded from our history textbooks is the fact that during WW2, Britain enabled Defence Regulation 18b.



Defence Regulation 18B, often referred to as simply 18B, was the most famous of the Defence Regulations used by the British Government during World War II. The complete technical reference name for this rule was: Regulation 18B of the Defence (General) Regulations 1939. It allowed for the internment of people suspected of being Nazi sympathisers. The effect of 18B was to suspend the right of individuals to habeas corpus.


In 1940 there was no room in prisons so the government set up concentration camps to hold the people arrested under 18b-



A person subject to 18B would be arrested without warning. Some were in the forces and arrested while on parade. They would be taken first to police cells, and then to prison. The first detainees were sent to HM Prison Wandsworth for men and HM Prison Holloway for women; the men were later moved to HM Prison Brixton. With the expansion in numbers in 1940 came a shortage of prison accommodation and some derelict wings of prisons (including Stafford and Liverpool women's prison) were brought back into use to house 18Bs.

Eventually it was decided to hold the detainees in camps. The winter quarters of Bertram Mills's circus provided one camp at Ascot Racecourse, and uncompleted council housing at Huyton near Liverpool was used from March 1941



Now if you look at some of the people held for years during WW2, you will see many of them simply were advocates of peace. They were not supporting Germany, they claimed that forces were guiding Britain into a war with Germany that Britain did not want. They didn't think Britain should fight a war over Poland. History can easily repeat itself. We don't war with Iran, but our countries seem to be pushing for it relentlessly. Will people be considered enemies of the state for saying they don't war, or that false flags are used to justify wars on the people?

The influence of 'conspiracy theorists' in 1940 would have been tiny in comparison to modern times.

With the spread of the internet, there are thousands of alternative news agencies and websites that cover 'conspiracy theories'. Their message literally reaches millions of people.

So the scale is much larger today. This is where the NDAA comes in.

When the SHTF, perhaps conflict in the middle east regarding Iran will set off soaring pertrol prices that lead to civil unrest, or the world is plunged into another world war, the NDAA will be used to detain people who speak out against the government. They will, through propaganda, be labelled 'sympathisers of the enemy' just as the hundreds locked up in Britain during WW2 were labelled Nazi sympathisers

The NDAA is preparation, hundreds of thousands, if not millions will be falsely considered 'enemies' and friends of the enemy.

It also serves therefore, as evidence events have been planned to happen, otherwise they wouldn't be preparing with stuff like the NDAA in the first place.




posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 02:25 PM
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seems like there was the same thing in america just with a different target audience EO 9066



posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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americans did it as well ... was born in an american internment camp because my parents were japanese their only crime - immigrating to america at the wrong time ...

after the war they returned to japan ...

the day is coming when the americans will again open the camps ... Ive no intention of being in one of them ...



posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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Originally posted by Expat888
americans did it as well ... was born in an american internment camp because my parents were japanese their only crime - immigrating to america at the wrong time ...

after the war they returned to japan ...

the day is coming when the americans will again open the camps ... Ive no intention of being in one of them ...



Exactly, and that's why it's mind boggling why people can't accept the truth regarding FEMA camps.

FEMA camps are going to be used as internment camps for dissenting americans.

They will probably figure out the identity of all ATS members (except for the planted disinfo agents who will get raises), and then round us all up and throw us in one of them...



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by v1rtu0s0

Originally posted by Expat888
americans did it as well ... was born in an american internment camp because my parents were japanese their only crime - immigrating to america at the wrong time ...

after the war they returned to japan ...

the day is coming when the americans will again open the camps ... Ive no intention of being in one of them ...



Exactly, and that's why it's mind boggling why people can't accept the truth regarding FEMA camps.

FEMA camps are going to be used as internment camps for dissenting americans.

They will probably figure out the identity of all ATS members (except for the planted disinfo agents who will get raises), and then round us all up and throw us in one of them...


As crazy as it sounds, you are right. Camps are being built, preparations made, people won't care though until it starts happening!



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 11:46 AM
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www.abovetopsecret.com...

start.umd.edu...

Conspiracy theorists are being painted as national security threats in America.

Millions of Americans have been woken up by alternative media sites, it is wrong, people should have the right to question what the government does, but there we have it.



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