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Review:Jesse Ventura:American Concentration Camps Conspiracy Theory

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look at stacks of coffin containers, which Jones says will be used for the mass die-off scheduled from a false-flag biological break-out to thin out the population and give reason to declare martial law. As they were there, loads of these began being hauled off (removing the evidence).]]

by Sterling D. Allan

Pure Energy Systems News

Nov. 19, 2010

In episode 4 of season two of his "Directory:Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory Series" series, professional wrestler, former Navy SEAL and former Minnesota governor, Jesse Ventura and his team take a look at American Concentration Camps as the ultimate destination of the police-state destiny being foisted on the country by the New World Order conspirators.

They hone in on what are called "Fusion Centers", which the governments latest way for gathering information about citizens. The Fusion Centers are headquarters for a network of concentration camps, ready to be activated under martial law. There is a plan called Rex 84, launched under the Reagan Administration, which would suspend the Constitution, declare martial law, and round up anyone deemed a national security threat.

H.R. 645 calls for the establishment of such camps, run by the Department of Homeland Security. Ventura talks to one of the congressmen who cosponsored the legislation, and he denied that any such camps exist. When Ventura and Directory:Infowars and Prison Planet by Alex Jones visited one of the camps, surrounded by barbed wire, the person who finally came to the locked front door said it was a residential center, and the security was for the occupant's "safety".

Regarding the "reason" for these things being to provide security, Jesse concludes: "'I'd rather face the dangers than lose my freedom.'"

That quotation captures the essence of what is wrong with the invasive scanning that is taking place at airports, and which the conspirators want to expand to the streets of America. Someone ought to come up with a phrase that in just one to a few words brings up that idea, such as "don't touch my junk", but having wider application.

Free energy ties into this inasmuch as it is a major antidote to this tyranny. Free energy devices break us from dependence on these central corruption planners. You can see why these thugs have been Directory:Suppression free energy technologies for decades from coming forward. Supporting free energy emergence is an act of moral resistance.

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