If you live in a country that has a federal reserve bank, then the World Bank, a privately run company that is able to legally create money from thin air, is who supplies your country with money, at interest. And you as the individual is required to pay a tax on your labor to pay off the interest on the governments’ loan from this private bank.
Many people are duped into believing that their taxes pay for infrastructure, and without taxes their would be no roads or schools and the country would fall apart, but this is completely untrue. The government has the legal right to coin its own money and control its value, but it does not. It borrows money from a private bank and uses this bank loan to pay for infrastructure and then you are taxed in order to pay off the interest on the loan. Interest, which from a business perspective, is pure profit for the international banksters.
The idea of putting people in detention camps is not so far fetched. Because several years ago, a subsidiary of the Haliburton Corporation, which has done a lot of the private contract work, and made a lot of money off the tax payers backs in so called rebuilding Iraq – was given a $385 Million contract to build concentration or detention camps in this country, supposedly for, and this has been the argument for illegal aliens or illegal immigrants and those kind of people, but the language is so vague in the contract that it could mean anyone even people who are politically opposed, who exercise their free speech rights, either on the internet or through demonstrating or whatever, they could be considered a dangerous individual and be put in one of these detention camps.
…but gun confiscation is exactly what happened during the state of emergency, following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. U.S. troops also arrives. Something far easier to do even now thanks to last year’s elimination of the 1878 Posse Comitatus Act. That forbid U.S. troops from policing on American soil. If martial law were enacted here at home, like depicted in the movie The Siege, easing public fears and quelling dissent would be critical, and that’s exactly what “the cleargy response team” as it’s called helped accomplish in New Orleans. Such clergy response teams would walk a tightrope between the needs of the government verses the wishes of the public.
Martial law is defined as the rule by military authorities imposed on a civilian population. According to an article in the Army Times last month, the administration’s threats of implementing martial law in not idle talk. In this shocking article, the U.S. Army admits they’re bringing a combat team back from Iraq to continue their mission in America. And that this combat team will be assigned to NORTHCOM to assist in “civil unrest and crowd control” through non lethal weaponry. This deployment is of course in direct violation of longstanding laws, known as Posse Comitatus and the Insurrection Act which strictly prohibit the U.S. Army from policing American citizens on American soil.
Many of us were told in private conversations that if we voted against this bill on Monday that the sky would fall, the market would drop two or three thousand points the first day, another couple of thousand the second day, and a few members were even told that there would be martial law in America if we voted no.
We also began to receive information about the Federal Emergency Management Agency known as FEMA, such as this FEMA facility in Texas. FEMA operations are divided into ten regions, as we were told in this letter from FEMA. The American public has been led to believe that FEMA is for disaster relief operations. Yet, if we look as military manuals, such as FM-41-30, the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Operations manual, you’ll find the details about who FEMA really is. The government doesn’t want this information out as because you cans see the manual says to destroy is by any means that will prevent its dissemination.
I was standing at the back with my hands in the air… automatic rifle pointed at you you don’t have much choice. I mean they didn’t just have them pointed from their hip, I mean they had them up at their shoulder pointed, ya know. I mean they weren’t playing. They asked where we were going… so they said ok we’re seizing these weapons… they didn’t care what you rights were, they were going to deny them. It’s not America as we’ve known it before, it’s changing.