Do you know what this is? Look for yourself. It’s an ad placed by the Army. Your government is planning large scale rendition, internment name it. Why do I believe that? Look, it’s right before your eyes. It’s in the media. Sorta. It’s there, look. But better yet, care. Give a damn.
Every soldier that enlists in the Army chooses a Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). Designated by a number and a letter, the 31E MOS now includes advanced responsibilities including command and control of prisoner of war and civilian internee camps.
The Business Insider notes that “[w]hile the civilian designation likely applies to foreign nationals in their home countries, it reads more ominously now that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is getting nods from legislators as it makes its way through the Senate.”
Whenever members of the alternative media mentioned FEMA camps, rendition and now increased threat of incarceration and internment via the NDAA, the first reaction from the Ted Baxter sockpuppet media was to dismiss it as insane conspiracy bunkum. In a Pavlovian obeisance conditioned through years of fear and the heightened realization of their marginalized relevance, the media act as the diversion dupe. The rodeo clown.
And if weren’t weren’t for a significant number of folks and me (thank you), no one would know anything. Ever. And even when you do, the complacency factor weighs heavily. What does the government have to do to inspire outrage?
But if instead, you were to say something, complain, object — if you just opened your mouths! If the citizenry complained, think of what would be changed and stopped dead in its tracks. That’s the power of knowledge. Knowledge coupled with action.
That’s the power of just being in possession of the facts. What a simple concept.