Sunday, December 03, 2006
Contract Granted For American Concentration Camps
For years, whispers have ebbed and flowed across the currents of cyberspace that the U.S. government had plans on the drawing board for the establishment of detention and relocation camps to heard massive swaths of the population into during times of declared national emergency.
Haughty sophisticates regularly dismissed such nuggets of information, claiming such warnings were the ravings of kooks and the paranoid. However, at last more mainstream news sources are willing to admit such holding pens of dubious constitutionality are in the works.
According to a FoxNews.com report titled "Critics Fear Emergency Centers Could Be Used For Immigration Round-Ups", a contract has been granted to a subsidiary of Halliburton no less for the establishment of emergency relocation centers for use during a national disaster or immigration crisis. Though marketed as a way to house illegals as they are processed back to their countries of origin, the American people need to be warned this might not be the only purpose for such facilities.
For starters, as Representative Bennie Thompson of Mississippi points out in the FoxNews.com story, "An emergency is basically anything DHS (the Department of Homeland Security) deems an emergency." Thus Americans could theoretically be herded into such facilities over reasons far less ominous than natural disasters and calamities....................................
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