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    New Nationwide FEMA Camps Should Raise Eyebrows
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    Of all the rumors flying around on the internet, one just refuses to die, and it concerns America's FEMA camps.

    In a nutshell, there seems to be a solicitation of bids occurring for the staffing of FEMA camps within 72 hours of implementation by an order from either Homeland Security or the president. This situation begs to be investigated, with special consideration paid to the motives of the present administration.

    I went to the source, the FedBizOpps.gov, and searched for the solicitation number HSFEHQ-10-R-0027, titled National Responder Support Camp. >>>

    The size of these camps will vary around 5 acres per 1,000 inhabitants, though they will never be less than 3 acres for populations of 500 or fewer inhabitants within the camps' boundaries.

    This requirement also had a minimum square footage for each inhabitant: either the camp's cadre and first responders of 63 square feet, or approximately 8 feet on each side. This is slightly less than current Federal Court(s) requirements for housing prisoners, which is approximately 72 square feet. Perimeter fencing or barricades is required to be six feet high, enclosing the camp, with all traffic in or out to be recorded on a daily log and with security restricting all traffic and access. The contractor shall also provide fencing and barricades around areas which are "off limits" to occupants. ID Badges are required and are either blue or red, depending on the carrier is temporary or considered an occupant of the camp. >>>

    As citizens, we need to know the exact purpose of these camps, given President Obama's propensity to bend our constitutional republic to his own purposes!

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    Considering world history, it is wise to keep an eye out on these kind of preparations just as a matter of course. People who do not study History are doomed to repeat it.
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    They were talking about this on Quinn and Rose this morning, Quinn said he would start researching it.
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    Obama Demanded NDAA Include Americans for Indefinite Detainment
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    Using his threat of vetoing the controversial National Defense Authorization Act, known as the NDAA, President Obama demanded that indefinite detainment include American citizens, sources say. >>>

    Later in the press release, Obama states that he has no intention of indefinitely detaining American citizens.
    There’s only one problem with Obama’s press release—according to major sources, Obama himself allegedly demanded that indefinite detention of American citizens be added to this bill In fact, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee and co-sponsor of the NDAA, Carl Levin, stood on the floor of the Senate and made that very claim.

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    "According to Senator Levin, it was Obama who required the powers to be able to detain anybody for no reason, including US citizens. The original bill was focused on enemies of America, terrorists specifically. Levin said there was language in the bill to exempt US citizens but Obama asked for that language to be removed. Lindsey Graham has said the same thing, according to the Congressional Record." Lindsey Graham said, "Why did we take out the language Senator Levin wanted me to put in about an American citizen could not be held indefinitely if caught in the homeland? The administration asked us to do that."

    The NDAA's Historic Assault on American Liberty
    Business insider: The IRS & DOJ Are Grabbing New Powers in the Hunt for Revenue
    ACLU, Others Slam Obama for Signing Defense Bill That Includes Detainee Provisions
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    0bama signed this thing, the new Defense Authorization Act on New Year's Eve. So four days ago this was signed. Of course it's a weekend, and not a whole lot of this is being reported, certainly not being discussed. And you know what this thing does? It allows the United States military to detain anybody for no reason. They don't even have to charge you. This is specified. This is not the Patriot Act. This is way beyond. This is total authoritarianism. This is the kind of stuff that exists in Third World banana republics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    They were talking about this on Quinn and Rose this morning, Quinn said he would start researching it.
    hate to break it to people but NDAA was bipartisan idiot effort and started by our "buddy" McCain.

    It has it's roots in the Patriot act too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    hate to break it to people but NDAA was bipartisan idiot effort and started by our "buddy" McCain.

    It has it's roots in the Patriot act too.
    Yes it does and that doesn't make it any better.
    Adam says it doesn't exist though and has proven it by his line by line refutation of the article.
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    There was a story about 4-5 years ago in the WSJ about bids for building three 1 million man camps, but you were a kook if you talked about it.

    Then sometime in 2009 the government was looking for 100,000+ "internment and resettlement specialists" (whatever the hell that is) which is a story that I forgot about until NDAA came up. Again, you were a kook if you talked about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tecate View Post
    There was a story about 4-5 years ago in the WSJ about bids for building three 1 million man camps, but you were a kook if you talked about it.

    Then sometime in 2009 the government was looking for 100,000+ "internment and resettlement specialists" (whatever the hell that is) which is a story that I forgot about until NDAA came up. Again, you were a kook if you talked about it.
    Not that you mention it, I do remember them looking for internment and resettlement specialists! I forgot about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tecate View Post
    There was a story about 4-5 years ago in the WSJ about bids for building three 1 million man camps, but you were a kook if you talked about it.

    Then sometime in 2009 the government was looking for 100,000+ "internment and resettlement specialists" (whatever the hell that is) which is a story that I forgot about until NDAA came up. Again, you were a kook if you talked about it.
    This was posted in the American Thinker, hardy a conspiracy advocate.
    We will still have a handful of self proclaimed conservatives lining up telling us we can't even discuss an article without the need for tinfoil hats.
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