Skip to comments.National Guard reveals 'internment' job sites
Posted on 08/14/2009 3:26:44 AM PDT by Man50D
Soldiers recruited to be "Internment/Resettlement" specialists by a series of National Guard ads concerning "civilian resettlement" locations would have assignments overseas, not within the U.S., says a National Guard spokesman who reports members pledge to follow the U.S. Constitution and take orders from American civilian authorities.
The response came several days after WND submitted questions to the National Guard about the advertisements for "Internment" soldiers who could operate in a "civilian resettlement" center.
As WND reported, the ads were raising alarm because of a series of other government moves, including the recent Department of Homeland Security report describing those who oppose abortion or support third-party political candidates as "extremists" and the Department of Defense's own categorization of protesters as "low-level terrorists."
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I would say "liar, liar, pants on fire!"
This defensive response raises more questions.
There’s something very sinister going on here folks. This reeks of 1930’s Germany. When will dissenters/christians/patriots get the orders to attend “re-education camps”?
How easy would it be, if the government owned everyone’s medical records, to proclaim a that due to a “new deadly strain of pandemic virus”, it was deemed necessary to put those of us at risk, or suspected carriers of that virus into these camps- never to be seen again?
Then why are there so many camps being built in America as we speak?The old Japanese camps of WW2 are being redone for what purpose?
“Soldiers recruited to be “Internment/Resettlement” specialists by a series of National Guard ads concerning “civilian resettlement” locations would have assignments overseas,”
And vice versa. Overseas soldiers would be assigned to the U.S.. It works better that way - eliminates obstacles like Patriotism.
Interesting...do you have a link?
Interesting...do you have a link?
I knew someone who worked for fema as a subcontractor back in 2005 and his company traveled all over America rebuilding the WW2 Japanese camps.Thats all the info I have but at least it’s from someone that had 1st hand knowledge.
But we won't have to worry about their firing up the ovens.
(Pollution, you know. Cap and Tax, you know.)
Maybe..... it gets you off the "evil" fossil fuels, it doesn't deplete the precious forests, it isn't the "evil" nuclear that'll kill us all, it isn't the unsightly (& dangerous to one particular bird) wind mills.... and it rids the planet of conservatives.... sounds like the perfect RAT fuel source for the 21st Century (SARC off now)!
Canada already cancels pilots', and probably others licenses if they deem that the individual failed to meet some medical standard the State has set. While good for public safety on the face of it, it is W I D E open to abuse.
In this country, everything from occupational to hunting licenses are canceled if the person is late in child support payments. Just imagine the "good" they could do with your medical records. (Tell your doc you're depressed? then ban gun purchases as you are "potentially" unstable.)
The subset of this proposed healthcare is nothing more than total control of the population.
[National Guard reveals ‘internment’ job sites]
Are the communists politicians of Washington D.C. and the Obamanation of America got plans we are not aware of?
Some strange things are happening in DC .
The problem in this field is keeping enough people for this work, here is a year 2000 article about retention efforts in the “95C I/R (corrections internment / resettlement) or “Charlies” (called 31C “Charlies” since 5/01/2006). Look at the very last sentence. That description goes back at least 40 years and probably much further, they are normal words for the military to have used for centuries.
>Military Corrections Locking Down The Retention Problem Military Police, May, 2000 by Dennis R. Reiber <
“Without the protection of a sidearm or baton, they maintain custody and control of the military criminal element around the world. Across the centuries they have been called turnkeys, prison guards, cage-kickers, jailers, and corrections specialist. The list of nicknames for the personnel who work the military prisons is nearly as varied as the number of daily missions they are tasked to carry out
Beginning with this article and expounding on in future articles, we will examine the situation of below-average reenlistment figures for the correction field and what options may be available to address the problem. In this article, we emphasize essential factors a soldier considers in reenlistment as factors surrounding the work environment.
At any given time, a soldier working in the confinement arena can be assigned to perform any one of 53 mission-specific tasks either individually or with fellow corrections personnel. Working in a military confinement facility rates as one of the most critical, yet most heralded, military occupational specialty (MOS) in today’s Army. Yet, for those who choose to embark on this career path, it can also be one of the most rewarding professions in the military.
In addition to a physical building, proper locations, and the variety of physical security requirements for the facility itself, there is the additional, and by far the most critical, requirement—having enough soldiers to administer and operate these confinement facilities. Unfortunately, in this career field, we are losing an alarming number of these highly trained and specialized soldiers. The MOS responsible for this job may be found in the Career Management Field 95 (Law Enforcement). They are referred to as 95C I/R (corrections internment / resettlement) or “Charlies.”