American Gulag

American Gulag

American Gulag

An Executive Order signed by then President BUSH in 1989
authorized the Federal Emergency Management Agency (F.E.M.A.) to
build 43 primary Concentration Camps having a capacity of 35,000
to 45,000 prisoners EACH and also authorized hundreds of
secondary facilities. It is interesting to note that several of
these facilities can accommodate 100,000 prisoners. These
facilities have been completed and many are already manned but as
yet contain no prisoners. In south Georgia there are several
state prisons that, except for a few guards, are completely
devoid of prisoners.

One of the many USA Concentration Camps

One of the many USA Concentration Camps

Don Bradley reports, saying - I’ve personally visited
these camps and taken pictures. They are REAL. They are manned.
They have moats, motion sensors, inner berms to hide the main
complexes, guards at the gates, electric gates, processing
centers, and of course, high fences with razor wire. The larger
facilities are called golf courses or water treatment plants.
When was the last time you saw a golf course (Portland, Oregon)
with armed guards carrying M16’s? Why do the larger
facilities have smokestacks? Ever seen a crematorium? The smaller
facilities are usually holding facilities, obviously designed for
the short-term round ups prior to the hapless souls being shipped
off to their final destination somewhere else.

Reporting this type of information has made me very unpopular
with the government and I’ve been warned by the FBI to
‘mind my own business.’ Unlike some of my
contemporaries however, I’ve chosen to research these camp
claims for myself. The real question that needs to be asked - and
fast - is why? Why are they being built? Who are they for? And
why does the government deny their existence? A friend of mine
and I discovered 32 camps in just one county in Colorado alone.
You can drive right up to them. However, the Department of
Corrections in Colorado, the Marshall’s Office, the County
Sheriffs office, and

the Federal agencies all claim there is nothing at these sites
except lonesome prairie. And that’s just a flat out
lie.

How do we determine that they are concentration camps? This
one is easy. Have you ever seen a prison up close? They have
certain features which are unmistakable from other types of
buildings like schools or churches. Here are the determining
factors, they must have:

  1. Barbed wire or razor wire fences that point inward. Look at
    most security fences. The top portion points out to keep
    trespassers out. Prisons, labor camps and the like all have their
    fence tops pointing in so that the inmates are greatly hampered
    in climbing them.
  2. Some type of guard facility that is defendable and wired with
    microwave transmitters.
  3. Armed guards, in this case parading around in golf pro shirts
    or Department of Water clothing. I wasn’t aware that our
    utilities were arming their employees with MP5’s and
    M16’s. Even at the smallest facility we found five armed
    guards in tactical gear.
  4. Tactical berms to hide the main complexes from the road.
    These also have moats, not yet filled with water, that surround
    the inner complex. The camp at Pearblossom is an excellent
    example of a full-service camp. The people go in but they
    don’t come out.

Again, the question is - Why the lists? Why the camps? Why so
many? Why the moats and electric fences? Why turnstiles that are
color-coded for processing? Why are there angry white (I
don’t know why, but so far the guards we have run into have
all been white males in their late twenties or early thirties)
guards carrying automatic weapons and telephoto cameras?

Texe Marrs writes - During the French Revolution, as the
Masonic/ Illuminist plotters ominously rounded up frightened
legions of bewildered men, women, and children targeted for rape,
torture, mass drownings, and the guillotine, the revolutionary
leaders of the government in Paris, led by Robespierre, Voltaire,
and other Illuminists, cried out "Everything now is different.
Everything has changed. Liberty requires action. Carpe Diem!
(Seize the day!)" Listen closely, my friends, for that same,
fatal cry is being loudly cried out, even today, in the U.S.A.
And the same devils are behind it.