Yes, The Re-Education Camp Manual Does Apply Domestically to U.S. CitizensDoes anyone actually think that this is the first one? More than likely just one of the latest updated versions, but go and grab it and read all 326 pages (if the link above does not work, use this one) and spread it far and wide.
The time for denial is over
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, May 4, 2012
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A shocking U.S. Army manual that describes how political activists in prison camps will be indoctrinated by specially assigned psychological operations officers contains numerous clear references to the fact that the policies do apply domestically to U.S. citizens.
Despite the fact that the manual is well over 300 pages long and would take hours to read properly, within minutes of posting our story yesterday a minority of commenters were claiming that the policies outlined in the document only pertained to foreign combat operations and did not apply domestically to U.S. citizens.
This is similar to the denial witnessed prior to the passage of the NDAA when some argued that the indefinite detention provisions did not apply to American citizens despite numerous legal analysts asserting they did and President Barack Obama himself acknowledging they did when he signed the bill.
Click here to read the full document entitled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations.
Oh and the boys in camouflage- just remember the supposed wise words of Isoroku Yamamoto:
"You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass."There are other quotes at the link, but this one is spot on:
"A military man can scarcely pride himself on having 'smitten a sleeping enemy'; it is more a matter of shame, simply, for the one smitten. I would rather you made your appraisal after seeing what the enemy does, since it is certain that, angered and outraged, he will soon launch a determined counterattack."WP