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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Wesley Clark Calls For Interning “Disloyal” Americans

This is what 9/11, the DHS, and the Patriot Act were all about. The freedom loving patriotic American citizen was the target all along. That is why the government bent over backwards not to associate Muslims with terrorism. I remember how many Americans were frustrated because the government would not call them Muslim or Islamic terrorists. They wanted to term terrorism disassociated so they could apply it to American citizens!



You've seen the lists put out by DHS for law enforcement to be on the lookout for Christian evangelicals, returning vets, pro 2nd amendment types, anti abortion types, conspiracy theorists, UN opponents, new world order opponents, etc., and the list goes on but doesn't include Muslims, nor Middle Easterners with beards and turbans!



DHS was not created to protect the people of the homeland but to protect the government from the people of the homeland!



Wesley Clark Calls For Interning “Disloyal” Americans

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This article was written by Kurt Nimmo and originally published at Infowars.com
Retired US Army General and the former Supreme Allied Commander of Europe for NATO Wesley Clark advocates rounding up “radicalized” and “disloyal” Americans and putting them in internment camps for the “duration” of the war on terror.
“In World War II if someone supported Nazi Germany at the expense of the United States, we didn’t say that was freedom of speech, we put him in a camp, they were prisoners of war,” Clark told MSNBC.
The difference is that World War II was a war declared under Article I, Section 8, Clause II of the Constitution whereas the war on terror is undeclared and thus illegal.
Clark is in essence advocating a life sentence for people who have not committed a crime but merely engaged in speech — often reprehensible, yet constitutionally protected — the government considers radical and in opposition to its foreign policy.
The Bush administration declared the war on terror would last a generation or more. Senior officials with the Obama administration meanwhile have said — when formulating “disposition matrix” to determine how terrorism suspects will be disposed of — they had reached a “broad consensus that such operations are likely to be extended at least another decade” or more.
The Edward Snowden “leaks reveal that the war on terror at home continues to grind on, capturing in its dragnet millions of Americans and foreigners, many of them innocent of any crime. The war on terror has become institutionalized, and the domestic costs of this war continue to mount: privacy is being eroded; communications are being monitored; and dissent is being cracked down on. The primary targets of the domestic war on terror continue to be Muslims and Arabs, though it is now clear that the sweep of the domestic war has ensnared millions of other Americans. And there is no end in sight to this domestic juggernaut,” writes Alex Kane.
Clark’s remarks reveal the mindset of the upper echelon of government. Those who disagree with the government are now to be rounded up and shut up indefinitely in political internment camps.
Mass internment of official enemies on par with Nazi Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union is now “on the table” and openly discussed as suspicious attacks and FBI orchestrated and grandstanded terror plots continue to grab headlines and build a reactionary consensus as the designed result of an incessant, decades-long propaganda campaign.

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