Monday, September 19, 2005

URLs for Evacuee Concentration Camps

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/fema.html

I just got back from a FEMA Detainment Camp
I’m extremely depressed to report that things seem to only be getting sadder concerning the people so devastatingly affected by Katrina last week.

View this story online at: http://www.alternet.org/bloggers/evan/25229/

FEMA is giving proof that the have the "Final Solution" in their concentration camps.

http://www.globalnewsmatrix.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2449
Refugees from New Orleans behind barbed wire in UtahPosted on Wednesday, September 07
Utah's Governor Jon Huntsman has taken in some of the New Orleans refugees, at Camp Williams. Replete with barbed wire, armed soldiers with weapons at ready, police and sheriff with weapons at ready, and hell, they must surely feel right at home. In America yet. What bulls**t! I’m not done with this outrage, not by a long shot. I’m actually just getting started.

Denver Post even used this phrase about what is happening to the NOLA Detainees:
Evacuees’ stories are moving, but fence isn't
Article Last Updated: 09/07/2005 03:37:49 AMBy Diane Carman http://www.denverpost.com/carman/ci_3006502
If I didn’t know better, I’d have thought I was peering through the fence at a concentration camp. (more)

http://www.theleftcoaster.com/archives/005403.php#

Thursday :: Sep 8, 2005Welcome To George's Holiday CampHere we go again.

The other day, I wrote about Katrina evacuees being taken to Utah with no prior knowledge of their destination, and that they were reportedly being kept behind barbed wire.......

And then there is that report I have noted in recent days of the 1,000 evacuees flown to Roosevelt Roads naval base on Puerto Rico's eastern tip. What of them?

Please send questions to http://www.Congress.org/ and media: Why are Evacuees Being Sent to Puerto Rico Against Their Will?

The Katrina Evacuees are being treated like POWs behind fences, not allowed to leave with heavy military guard. Please investigate and help these survivors of Katrina who are being treated like Gitmo detainees. They haven't committed any crime! The following article has a photograph of two very unhappy, oppressed and worn looking women behind orange fence.

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