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Originally posted by butcherguy
It may not be for a nationality, necessarily.
They may be meant for a race, color, creed.... or something else.
Originally posted by BigBrotherDarkness
February 19, 1942 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. This executive order authorized the internment of tens of thousands of American citizens. The American citizens ethnic nationalities were: Japanese, Italian and German. None of the Americans had been charged with a crime against the government; yet they were placed in these internment camps and detained. Roosevelt's executive order 9066 was supported by Congress without a single vote against it, and was eventually upheld as constitutional by the Supreme Court.
The government called these camps "relocation centers." Surrounded by barbed wire and guarded by armed soldiers, families lived in poorly built, overcrowded barracks . The barracks themselves had no running water and little heat. There was almost no privacy, and everyone had to use public bathrooms.
History has a way of repeating itself; and it is in my firm opinion that this is what the FEMA camps, NDAA detainment language and massive ammunition stocking are really for.
The real question though, is what nationality are they for? Obviously, there has been a plan in place for quite a few years, and they have been slowly building towards Implementation of this plan. Undertaking such a task in 1942 was much easier than it would be today. In the 1940's people were not overly discontent with how the government operated, they tended to go along with whatever the government asked in the spirit for "A Greater Good" and that the government could be trusted.
That is certainly not the case today...This time last year in October; the New York Times and CBS took a poll and found: 89 percent of Americans say they distrust government to do the right thing, 74 percent say the country is on the wrong track and 84 percent disapprove of Congress. Any movement to do such a thing today like Roosevelt did in 1942 with executive order 9066; would be met with a lot of resistance. To undertake such a plan, it would take several years of planning ahead of time, for the steps to go unnoticed as a whole, so it could be implemented as fast and casualty free as possible; it is in their best interest to minimize damage to those not their target when the plan gets the green light...I would expect it would occur at night and fast in a nationwide coordinated effort.
Of course such an undertaking wouldn't go without public notice, we noticed when the FEMA camps started popping up. We noticed when the NDAA was passed. We noticed when the massive buying and stocking of ammo occurred. Those are the facts; the reason why for each of these has always fallen to conjecture or conspiracy. Perhaps my reasoning falls into the same category...but the fact that what I have described has happened before; and it meets all of the same criteria for what happened with executive order 9066, it ties all three of the conspiracies: FEMA camps, NDAA, and ammunition buys together to form a logical whole.
So I figured, I would present it to members of ATS for inspection and discussion, thanks for reading.
sources and links:
Roosevelt's Executive Order 9066: historymatters.gmu.edu...
Article about the impact of 9066 caused Japanese Americans: The War at Home: teacher.scholastic.com...
NDAA for 2012 with fiscals: en.wikipedia.org...
NDAAfor 2013 with currently debated fiscals: en.wikipedia.org...
New York Times/CBS News poll article: www.nytimes.com...edit on 18-9-2012 by BigBrotherDarkness because: forgot link
Originally posted by BigBrotherDarkness
reply to post by flyswatter
A lot of ATS members would disagree that FEMA camps are a hoax...but I suppose you know that; if not you may soon find out for yourself.