Revealed within this documentary are the last 70 years of the shadow government’s secret programs and dissent suppressing legislation, showing undeniable proof that this is no conspiracy theory. The disaster relief agency known as FEMA has been designated as the enforcer of America’s descent into a police state, by overseeing the construction of detention centers, or concentration camps, at locations throughout the United States where anyone who disagrees with the governments plans could be detained indefinitely and without due process, according to recent law.
Readiness Exercise 1984 was an armed forces exercise conducted on behalf of the United States federal government to test our military’s ability to detain large number of American citizens in case of civil unrest or national emergency. The military exercise anticipated civil disturbances, major demonstrations and strikes that would affect continuity of government.
One of the programs that got exposed during Iran Contra was Rex 84. Congressman Jack Brooks, in those hearings brought up the fact that in reality FEMA was a cover for a huge continuity of government program in case the American people ever rebelled, and that was the architecture of the blueprint for the illegitimate shadow government to fully take over the functions of the entire federal government, suspend the Constitution, suspend the Bill of Rights, and arrest whoever they wanted to, and that FEMA was going to control the camps that the people were going to be put into. And, FEMA would be the main governmental institution with different directors over every agency. And now when you watch FEMA on television, it’s always a Colonel or a general or an admiral in uniform who is over the different departments.
The martial law portions of Rex 84 were outlined in a 1982 memo, written by FEMA deputy John Brinkerhoff. Martial law was to be declared in the event of a national crisis, yet the plan did not define the term “national crisis”. The plan allowed FEMA to take control of both federal and state governments, appointing military commanders to replace duly elected officials. The plan also called for the rounding up of at least 21 million “American Negroes”, for delivery to various military bases converted into prison centers, also known as FEMA relocation camps. Why? Because at that time African Americans were classified as one of the largest threats to the continuity of the federal government. Who does the federal government consider the biggest threat these days?
The FBI’s counter intelligence program (COINTELPRO) was a series of covert, and often illegal programs conducted by the united States government, and aimed squarely at investigating and disrupting dissident political organizations within the United States. According to a Senate Select Committee Study, chaired by Senator Frank Church, and including such members as Phil Hart, Walter Mondale, and Barry Goldwater, the FBI’s motivation for conducting these programs was protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order. Targets included the Black Panther Party, the Ku Klux Klan, communists and socialist organizations, as well as nonviolent civil rights organizations, anti-war groups, and a broad range of organizations lumped together under the title “New Left” which included groups labeled for intensified attention, such as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, and Congress of Racial Equality.
Over the course of four presidential administrations, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, ordered FBI agents to expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, or otherwise neutralize the activities of these movements and their leaders. Speakers, teachers, and writers, even individual student demonstrators with no group affiliation were all fair game.
In October of 1999 the FBI released a report title Project Megiddo. The report was intended to alert U.S. law enforcement to new threats of domestic terrorism. The new FBI watch list now included citizens who support: Gun ownership rights, private property rights, home schooling, the U.S. Constitution. The list also included individuals who believe that U.S. elections are rigged, a new world order exists, and that American military bases will be used as concentration camps.
H.R. 5122 In 2006, the John Warner Defense Act, signed by President Bush, effectively nullified Posse Comitatus in the United States. The bill allows the President to station troops anywhere in America without consent of the governor or local authorities for the express purpose of “suppressing public disorder”.