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Wal-Mart Detention Camps: Longtime "Conspiracy Theory" Now a Household Phrase!

Guess what America? All that stuff online about empty Wal-Marts being converted into prisons and jails and "detention centers" for the incarceration of American citizens and others wasn't such a load of bullshit after all.
Well- there it is all over the news. Wal-Mart detention centers filling up with thousands of "illegal" children, toddlers and infants. It's all a deliberate NWO dog and pony show designed to soften us up for the coming mass round-ups of protesters and others as Americans finally begin to awake from their TV induced comas and come to the realization that, yes, the potential for an actual Nazi-like police state is more than possible. It's becoming probable as the deranged policies of Donald Trump and his General Staff continue to drive us all into a whirlpool of true domestic and international insanity. The only thing holding this nightmare together at all is the economy, but the now fully declared trade war with not only China, but our own allies and biggest trading partners virtually guarantees a depressed economic lookout in the long run. When that happens, watch out for massive protests and social upheavals on a scale never seen. There are YEARS to go with this crazy administration yet. Don't bank on the FBI nailing Trump enough to cause his impeachment or resignation. Mueller may very well be compromised by the Red Headed Monster. Probably over his tenure during 911 and it's aftermath. Cover-ups are cover-ups after all. Trump's close association with fear-meister Alex Jones is indicative of just how ironic and complex the whole online troll business has become. Now Jones loves Giulinani- the high demon of all 911 conspiracy theories- as espoused by Jones for almost two decades. Yes- politricks does make for strange bedfellows I suppose. But it's all been designed to confuse the fuck out of the average person in the long run. But that's getting harder to do now that Trump's true Nazi colors are being displayed in such a high profile and nauseating manner before the world. Trump is so evil that even a Bush or a Lindsay Graham looks like a moral compass in comparison. Now that's creepy as hell. The Bush's- 911's biggest conspirators- are crying crocodile tears over immigrants all of a sudden. The guy who made fun of a woman about to be executed in Texas is suddenly the arbiter of morality for us all. You could just PUKE, right? So anyway there's the future for all those who aren't really welcome in the Wonderful World of Disney these days: a hard cot in an empty Wal-Mart awaits you. Ready for that? They'll find some reason to implement mass round-ups. Earthquake refugees? Right this way please. It's certainly not a rumor or some manufactured bullshit from Alex Jones- they are really turning Wal_marts into prisons. All these photos are real.

I wrote this 20.Jun.2018 21:33

rAT

yes

RE: " I wrote this " 20.Jun.2018 23:21

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Losing your touch, rAT.

noticeably in the past couple years. Time to hang it up?

FEMA camps? ...............................

yeh, but where's the Nazi Child Kidnapping Ring? 20.Jun.2018 23:54

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fer realz

tattoos 21.Jun.2018 08:54

rAT

Trump forgot to tattoo the kids so they could be reunited with the right parents.

Pentagon asked about housing 20K migrant children at military bases 21.Jun.2018 16:22

By Ellen Mitchell - 06/21/18 03:42 PM EDT

The Trump administration may place up to 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children on military bases starting as early as next month, according to a new Pentagon memo.

The notification, sent to lawmakers on Wednesday and first reported by The Washington Post, says the Defense Department received a request for assistance from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

"HHS has requested DOD determine its capabilities to provide up to 20,000 temporary beds for unaccompanied children at DOD installations," the document states.

If the Pentagon finds that it can provide such lodging, "the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) requests the facilities be available for occupancy as early as July through December 31, 2018."

HHS personnel or contractors would run the sites, providing care to the children, "including supervision, meals, clothing, medical services, transportation or other daily needs," the memo states.

The Defense Department "would be fully reimbursed" for all expenses as stipulated by the Economy Act, the document adds.

The Pentagon on Thursday acknowledged it had received the request for assistance and "HHS and DOD are working closely to determine the requirements and timing for support," according to spokesman Lt. Col. Jamie Davis.

Defense Secretary James Mattis on Wednesday said the military would house immigrant children if asked by the administration.

"We'll see what they come in with. We support DHS, and right now this is their lead, and we'll respond if requested," Mattis told reporters outside the Pentagon.

Pressed on the issue, Mattis listed other situations when the military has housed people in need.

"We have housed refugees," he said. "We have housed people thrown out of their homes by earthquakes and hurricanes. We do whatever is in the best interest of the country."

"While four bases (three in Texas and one in Arkansas) have been visited by HHS for possible housing, it doesn't mean any or all children would be housed there," Davis said in his statement.

"Secretary Mattis' guidance has been clear: that the DoD will support our federal partners."

Mattis spoke just before President Trump signed an executive order intended to end family separations at the U.S. southern border, attempting to staunch the controversy over the administration's "zero-tolerance" policy on illegal immigration.

Announced in April, the policy has led to an estimated 2,000 children being separated from their adult guardians and placed in detention centers while the adults await prosecution for illegally crossing the border.

DOD has not yet officially received a request from HHS to house migrant children but if it does, Trump's executive order directs that Mattis "take all legally available measures to provide the Secretary of Homeland Security, upon request, any existing facilities available for the housing and care of alien families," the memo notes.

The executive order also says that the Pentagon must "construct such facilities if necessary and consistent with law."