Friday, October 07, 2005

FEMA Detainee Camp isolated in Falls Creek - story I Just Got Back From Fema Detainee Camp on

The Blackwell Mercenaries, the 82nd Airborne, the illegally armed Mexican troops in NOLA call out for investigative reporting by the Mainstream Media and if you could explore these issues on your show would be of great benefit to the many people who are asking questions and people who should know about decisions being made that are not in the best interests of the American people.

The forum thread for the Report on Fema Detainees would not work as a link or when I typed into search engine but can be found on the abovetopsecrets home page.

Thank you for caring about human life and doing something to really help.
God Bless,

~Sometimes you need more than faith, you need action. Positive, compassionate action. The world has always been evil. I don't believe that God in is anyway active in our affairs - he neither protects or punishes - he just creates.

We can pray but we need more - we must act. One antidote to evil is communication. Hence, my previous observation. If we truly care, we have to reach out and touch those who are isolated and suffering great injustices. Then they are no longer alone or afraid.

~In the meantime, I have hunted for ways to find a way to write letters to these inmates - no luck so far. So I wrote a note to Anderson Cooper and PBS to keep an eye on this story. It's important especially when one takes into account the story of the BLACKWATCH SS Troops now stationed in NO!

~btw. You are wise and compassionate. We must take care of our own. But no, our administration is too busy worrying about nuclear weapons to take any notion for human being. God have mercy.

~I've been to Falls Creek, as a teenager, although I am not and have never been Baptist. It's impossible to get anything in or out of there unless you're part mountain goat, or a very determined teenager, who'll go through anything to get what you're after ...

It's likely, from what I'm hearing from folks at home, that communications are being censored. You may try, but don't hold your breath.

~I have spent this Lord's Day reading the news...and I want to weep. And I am scared. What kind of world are we living in? Has it always been this evil? Well, for those without a daddy. What does the scripture say? The Lord will protect the widow and the fatherless...

What a time to have to rely on one's faith. These poor souls is right. I am in shock at these times. Utter shock. God help. ~

COMMUNICATIONS on Sep 9, 2005 6:45 AM
Isolation. That is an excellent move by FEMA. So what I would like to know is if the local churches could set up a webpage so we can send snail-mail letters to these poor inmates. If they won't let these people out then it is our responsibility to let them know that they are not forgotten. That for the next 5 or 6 months, we are thinking of them. We have to set up a communications link between these innocent inmates and ourselves. IS THIS POSSIBLE?

~Yes, there are - I'm originally from Oklahoma, so called the folks back home, including relatives in the military.. This is authentic, and the camp's on lockdown. The people being taken there are, essentially, interned, without charge, for the next 5 months, or, I hear (and I'm PRAYING it's a joke), until they sign up for the National Guard so they can be shipped to Iraq. ~~~~~~


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