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Re-education camps in America confirmed

May 4, 2012

Obama administration approves of American Gulags for Americans

Obama’s war against local law enforcement

February 16, 2012

Something extraordinary and historic took place mere days ago in Las Vegas, Nevada.

For three days, from January 29 and 31, 2012, in the Tuscany Hotel & Casino, more than 120 county sheriffs, from across the United States of America, met in a first annual, “Constitutional Sheriffs Convention”.

This is what Wikipedia says about U.S. sheriffs: “In the United States, a sheriff is a county official and is typically the top law enforcement officer of a county. Historically, the sheriff was also commander of the militia in that county. Distinctive to law enforcement in the United States, sheriffs are usually elected. The political election of a person to serve as a police leader is an almost uniquely American tradition.”

Elections indefinitely suspended after Obama declares Martial Law

January 8, 2012

Amendments passed in NDAA Act authorize the establishment of total martial law

Obama demanded power to detain American citizens without trial

January 2, 2012

Barack Obama’s signing statement that was added to the passage of the NDAA bill in an effort to dampen concerns over the ‘indefinite detention’ provision of the bill is smoke and mirrors for a number of reasons – prime amongst them the fact that it was the White House itself – not lawmakers – who demanded Section 1031 be expanded to empower the government to detain U.S. citizens without trial.
On first reading, Obama’s signing statement appears to assuage fears that American citizens could be targeted for arrest and detention without trial.
“My administration will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of American citizens … Indeed, I believe that doing so would break with our most important traditions and values as a nation,” wrote Obama.
However, the statement is meaningless for a number of reasons.

Big Brother Obama moves Orwell’s 1984 to 2012

January 2, 2012

Obama administration approves of American Gulags for Americans/
Democrats encouraging social unrest so they can declare Martial Law before the 2012 elections

Obama demanded this power but claims he won’t use it…

January 1, 2012

As Americans look upon this treacherous legislation, it it should first be remembered that the very bill President Obama threatened to veto was controversial due to the language the Obama White House pressured Congress to add to the bill, according to Sen. Carl Levin.
Second, Signing Statements are not law, and are not a Constitutional power granted to the executive branch; any reassuring (or troubling) language within has no binding status– though it may shed light on the character of the chief executive. However, the statement itself does not indicate any deviation of intent from the law as written and signed.

Obama schemes for American detention camps концентрационный лагерь

December 27, 2011

Congress allows indefinite detention of Americans on American soil

Obama Gestapo stretching out it’s TSA tentacles

December 27, 2011

Obama administration approves of American Gulags for Americans

Obama getting his demand for American Gulags концентрационный лагерь

December 15, 2011

Even at this 11th hour – when all of our liberties and freedom are about to go down the drain – many people still don’t understand that the indefinite detention bill passed by Congress allows indefinite detention of Americans on American soil.
The bill is confusing. As Wired noted on December 1st:
It’s confusing, because two different sections of the bill seem to contradict each other, but in the judgment of the University of Texas’ Robert Chesney — a nonpartisan authority on military detention — “U.S. citizens are included in the grant of detention authority.”

Obama Gestapo may throw dissenters into American gulags indefinitely

December 15, 2011

Services up for bid include catering, temporary fencing and barricades, laundry and medical services, power generation, refuse collection, and other services required for temporary “emergency environment” camps located in five regions of the United States.