Along the Danube River in Austria about forty miles from Vienna, a prison camp
called Stalag 17 was one of many prisoner of war facilities during WWII, containing
wooden barracks surrounded by double fences of barbed wire and guard towers. The
1953 Billy Wilder film "Stalag 17" is a close reproduction of the actual
facilities, although the actors were obviously not as hungry, dirty, and overcrowded
as the real prisoners were.
Similar facilities exist in America, many in remote areas across our country
adjacent to major highways, railroads, and airports. The infrastructure for
incarcerating and executing resisters and dissenters in the coming American
Holocaust has been already set up, according to the 1968 government plans code-named
Operation Cable Splicer and Operation Garden Plot (FM 19-15), sub programs of
the Rex 84 Program.
Field Manual 3-19.40 or FM 19-40 is the August 2001 version of Military Police
Internment/Resettlement Operations. This publication supersedes the FM 19-40
of February 1976 and FM 19-60 of May 1986 by order of the Secretary of the Army
signed by administrative assistant, Joel B. Hudson.
Pending the approval of the Army Chief of Staff, currently Eric. K. Shinseki,
the military can detain and jail citizens en masse. Rex 84 called for many military
bases to be closed and turned into prisons, based on the pretext that if a mass
exodus of illegal aliens crossed the border, they would be quickly rounded up
and detained in detention centers by FEMA. A more honest and realistic scenario
would be the detention of Americans.
Under "Rex" the President could declare a state of emergency, empowering
the head of FEMA to take control of the internal infrastructure of the U.S.
and suspend the Constitution...
The President could invoke Executive Orders 11000 through 11004 which would
draft all citizens into work forces under governmental supervision, empower
the postmaster to register all men, women, and children, seize all airports
and aircraft, and seize all housing to establish forced relocation of all citizens.
Congressman Henry Gonzales clarified the question of the existence of civilian
detention camps by stating, "The truth is yes - you do have these standby
provisions and the plans are here...whereby you could, in the name of stopping
terrorism...evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention
Equipped with flexible "military operations in urban terrain" and
"operations other than war" doctrine, lethal and "less-than-lethal"
high-tech weaponry, US "armed forces", and "elite" militarized
police units are being trained to eradicate "disorder", "disturbance",
and "civil disobedience" in America. The American corporate/military
directorship has the power to enforce its definition of "disorder"
and sees our Constitutional Republic as a threat and permanent counter-revolution
as a "national security" requirement.
Their rationale for civil disturbance "tactics and techniques" contingency
planning is simple: self-preservation. They are systematically organizing to
protect their interests, profits, and plots against growing opposition to their
criminal activities, while rapidly consolidating an infrastructure of repression
designed to "suppress rebellion against the authority of the United States".
According to the Pentagon, "US forces deployed to assist federal and local
authorities during times of civil disturbance will follow use-of-force policy
found in Department of Defense Civil Disturbance Plan - Garden Plot." The
United States Air Force Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2 - Garden Plot, is the implementing
and supporting plan for the Department of the Army Civil Disturbance Plan -
Garden Plot (March 1984), which provides for the employment of USAF forces in
assisting civil authorities with airlift and logistical support.
The Amtrak Railcar Repair Facility at Beech Grove, Indianapolis, contains at
least ten maintenance barns covering 129 acres, two separate fences with the
tops leaning inward, high security NSA-style people turnstiles, and high intensity/security
lighting for 24-hour operation. One barn is large enough to put four box cars.
Under martial law, this box car (gas chamber) facility will be used for the
handling and execution of category RED and BLUE people, hence becoming a death
The box car building fence is marked with special 'RED/BLUE Zone' signs that
correspond to the RED/BLUE Lists which surfaced in June and July of 1996, when
an FBI agent got hold of the Region Three BLUE List from a CIA agent and found
his own name on it. The Red List is for pick-up and execution before preparations
for martial law are initiated and the BLUE List is for execution at a later
date, within six weeks of actual martial law declaration. There are no 're-education'
plans for either category, just execution.
They will take people from their homes and put them in a black van, drive them
to a helicopter that will fly them to a big CH-47 Chinook helicopter.... all
black, unmarked, and illegally operating under the Treaty of Open Skies. Then
people will be flown to one of 38 cities to board a 747, 737, or 727 and taken
to a temporary detention facility, where if RED listed will be taken to a red
This RED/BLUE List policy parallels the Nazi plan by Heinz Hohne in "The
Story of the Nazi SS: The Order of the Death's Head" (published 1966) and
is the same blueprint the Nazi's used for rounding up people in 1934. The horrors
of Nazi death camps are in store for Americans and yet there are those who don't
think it can happen again..... especially here in the Land of the Free and Home
of the Brave.
The Indianapolis News ran an article on January 27, 1995 entitled 'Amtrak Lays
off 212 at Beech Grove: 170 Lose Jobs at Maintenance Center Today' with the
following information, "Late last year, Congress ordered Amtrak to spend
at least $5.9 million patching holes in the roof and fixing masonry on the walls
of the giant machine sheds at Beech Grove" which leads to the question,
why? These buildings have been 'sealed' airtight and constructed to allow gas
to be blown into all the buildings via the newly installed, two-story, hot air
heating furnances so why perform renovations worth $6 million and then lay off
people? Because the 'slots' of the 212 Americans who were laid off will be filled
with foreigners, who will have no qualms about gassing Americans in the newly
renovated gas chambers, in the Dachau and Auschwitz of America.
In 1996, the US Army Military Police Corps restructured its four combat support
missions into five functions, which describe Military Police capabilities in
support of US forces deployed worldwide. These functions are maneuver and mobility
support, area security, law and order, internment/resettlement, and police intelligence
operations. While our own troops are sent all over the globe, who do you think
will be minding the store? Foreign troops have been brought and trained to do
just that, as they will not have the same objections to imprisoning Americans
that American troops would be inclined to have.
Unlike enemy prisoner of war (EPW) and civilian internee operations in the
past, internment/resettlement (I/R) operations include additional detained persons
and the handling, 'protecting', and accounting for dislocated civilians as well
as conducting battlefield confinement of US military prisoners. A civilian internee
(CI) is a person who is interned during armed conflict or occupation if considered
a security risk or if 'protection' is needed because of committing an offense
(insurgent, criminal) against the detaining power, a dislocated civilian (DC)
is a civilian who has left his/her home for various reasons, and a displaced
person (DP) has been dislocated because of war, natural disaster, or political/economic
Besides FEMA, the other federal agencies that provide advice, assistance, and
resources to plan, implement, and accomplish internal settlement operations
are: Departments of Transportation, Agriculture, and Justice, US Agency for
International Development, Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, US Information
Agency, Public Health Service, and Immigration and Naturalization Service.
There are three principle types of civilian organizations which are international
(IO), nongovernmental (NGO), and international humanitarian (IHO). An international
organization is established by intergovernmental agreements and operates at
the international level which includes the United Nations of course. The UN
is involved in the entire spectrum of "humanitarian assistance" including
UN Disaster Relieve Coordinator (UNDRC) and UN High Commissioner for Refugees
(UNHCR). The UNDRC coordinates assistance to persons compelled to leave their
homes because of disasters and the UNHCR facilitates repatriation, reintegration,
or asylum of refugees among other things.
The internment of civilians is authorized and directed, as determined by US
military to be necessary. The internees are to be escorted to the receiving
area where the internment process begins. The processing actions start in the
processing area with being assigned temporary internment serial numbers (ISNs),
removing and labeling clothing, showers and haircuts, medical evaluation, immunizations
and reimmunizations as prescribed, and medical records with dates and places
of inspection, immunization, and disinfection. The movement of the internee
will be supervised to the next station, where basic personal items will be issued
before being escorted to the processing line, to be assigned a permanent ISN
and ID documents are initiated. Then, it is on to being fingerprinted, photographed,
and issued an ID card. After CIs have been formally processed into the internment
facility and entered into the Internment/Resettlement Information System (IRIS)
database, the internment/resettlement information center (IRIC) forwards the
information to the national IRIC for dissemination to 'protecting' powers.
An internee committee is a form of self-government within a facility that will
be allowed in order to minimize the impression that CIs are prisoners.
When use of force is deemed necessary, to 'protect' internees/facilities and
to control unruly and rebellious internee populations, squad to platoon sized
QRFs (quick-reaction forces) are trained and organized to respond to civil disturbances
inside and outside the facility. The application of any or all of the priorities
of force depends on the situation encountered. The six priorities of force are
verbal persuasion, show of force, chemical aerosol irritants, use of physical
force other than weapons fire, presentation of deadly force, and deadly force.
Deadly force is authorized for self-defense, protection of assets, serious offenses
of violence or threats, arrests and apprehensions, and escapes.
Non Lethal Weapons (NLWs) are designed to reinforce deterrence to accomplish
discouraging hostile actions, limit escalation, protect US forces, and take
military action in situations where the use of lethal force is not the preferred.
The two riot control agents to be used to quell riots and disperse crowds are
CS (O-Chlorobenzylidine-Malonitrile) and OC (Oleoresin Capsicum). The latter
is derived from a blend of 300 varieties of pepper plants and 750 times more
powerful than CS.