Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Some goodies from Ol' Remus

art-link-symbol-small.jpg Involuntary resettlement - An American military document just uncovered appears to detail an US Army plan that calls for detaining “political activists” at re-education camps staffed by military-hired “PSYOP officers” in both America and abroad. The website Infowars.comart-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only.gifart-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only.gifhas unearthed the smoking gun, a copy of a United States military manual entitled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operationsart-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only.gif, says this article, Alleged US Army doc: re-education camps and psy-op missions aimed at activists, at Russian Times. Followup article at RT, hereart-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only.gif.

art-link-symbol-small.jpgThe rise of the progressive state was closely tied to its exploitation of shortages. Its challenge has been to win the race with industrial productivity by manufacturing shortages and destroying wealth faster than it could be created. While the machine of industry created wealth, the machine of government destroyed it. Today the machine of government is very close to winning the race, creating a state of permanent shortages, says Daniel Greenfield in this article, The Empire of Poverty, at Sultan Knish. [A brilliant and original don't-miss analysis]

We have reached a profound point in economic history where the truth is unpalatable to the political class - and that truth is that the scale and magnitude of the problem is larger than their ability to respond - and it terrifies them.
--Hugh Hendry, The Milken Institute, via Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com

Unwise charity has done a great deal of harm, mainly by persuading its recipients that if they choose not to carry their own weight, others will carry them. Charity should be kept strictly local so its effects can be monitored, given to persons whose troubles are not of their own making and NEVER given in cash, always in sustenance goods (i.e., food, clothing, or shelter).
--Francis Porretto at bastionofliberty.blogspot.com

No one knows for sure how much government is manipulating the data it issues. Suffice to say that the burden of credibility continues to mount against their numbers and their claims... If there were a real recovery there would be no need to manipulate numbers. Now, even with what seems blatant manipulation, the results are still dismal. The charade is getting old, the promoters appear to be getting desperate and the wiggle room for manipulation keeps shrinking. Soon it will become to embarrassing to continue the charade.
--Monty Pelerin at economicnoise.com

The program I propose is daring, probably illegal within a decade, but the only solution remaing for independent thinking citizenry. First, go out today and by every pre-1965 textbook you can get your hands on along with any history books written before 1970... Second, take some time to brush up on your history, as many of us were brought up under the misconceptions and deliberate diversions of the NEA based globalist ideals.
--John Galt at johngaltfla.com/wordpress


  1. Don't give infowars to much credit. They didn't just uncover it by some hard work. It is easy to find I saw it a while back. There is even an MOS in the Army call internment and resettlement specialist. If you just google army FMs you can find a list of them and this one is listed. It isn't hidden. I don't trust the government myself, but sometimes infowars just blow things up to much. It wasn't some secret smoking gun. It can be googled and found on the list of fms on the first page of google results.

  2. Yes, I have seen that and thanks.