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Originally posted by MentorsRiddle
People would not buy a car cover, unless they owned a car.
They wouldn't buy bullets, unless they wanted to shoot them.
They wouldn't build Concentration, uh-hem...., "relocation" camps, unless they intended to use them....
Your thinking is very logical, and probably accurate.edit on 18-9-2012 by MentorsRiddle because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by deckdel
reply to post by BigBrotherDarkness
As long as they do not order body bags in equal amounts - no worries...
Originally posted by hesse
reply to post by butcherguy
Yeah but dont you think in the days of mass media and internet the US would recieve massiv international criticism? The US does still have a face to loose, that would be gone for sure. Back in FDR´s days, like another poster said, people trusted the gov. more. Today it would make America the new Reich... But that could just be it... I have read a lot of Joseph P. Farrell, so it could be the nazis never "really" died out anyway. Since I live in Germany, FEMA Camps smell a lot like concetration camps to me. If something like that does happen, some massiv terror attack or something would have to happen, so people would somehow support such action.edit on 19-9-2012 by hesse because: (no reason given)
All we can do is hope that if something like this becomes a reality, it IS for the criminals, and not for the common citizen what only wants to be left alone
Last year, Department of Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano directed ICE to prepare for a mass influx of immigrants into the United States, calling for the plan to deal with the “shelter” and “processing” of large numbers of people.
Originally posted by BigBrotherDarkness
reply to post by flyswatter
You haven't posted any links thus far in this thread, perhaps that was on The Gut's thread? Please stay focused if you're serious about debating/debunking a topic. But as I said the topic is really about laws and the frameworks in place for interning American citizens not the existence of the camps.