Twice now, I have seen reference to a secret meeting in the House of Repreesntatives in which people were informed that the US is on the verge of financiall collapse and martial law. It was reported here: click here . The meeting, one of only four such secret meetings in the last 25 years, Congresspeople were alledgedly told:
* The imminent collapse of the U.S. Economy to occur sometime in late 2008
* The imminent collapse of the U.S. Government finances sometime in mid 2009
* The possibility of Civil War inside the United States as a result of the collapse
* The advance round-ups of “insurgent U.S. Citizens” likely to move against the government
* The detention of those rounded up at The REX 84 Camps constructed throughout the United States
* The possibility of public retaliation against members of Congress for the collapses
* The location of safe facilities for members of Congress and their families to reside during massive civil unrest
* The necessary and unavoidable merger of The U.S. with Canada and Mexico establishing The North American Union
* The issuance of a new currency called the AMERO for all three nations as an economic solution.
While there are wars going on, and a FISA aftermath, and impeachment to push, and so much more, obviously if the items listed above are accurate, investigating and reporting on about this seem rather logical things to happen now.
And if there are camps being built to intern "insurgent" ("critical," "dissenting"?) Americans in preparation for martial law, does that not take a bit of priority over anything else anyone is doing politically?
Many are concerned about staged terrorists attack or some other emergency to declare martial law. So, when there is news that Congress is being informed of "imminent collapse" and of internment camps in preparation for martial law, it seems ... prudent (sane, patriotic, logical, necessary, urgent?) to make as little bit of noise about this.
And yet headline reporting on this was listed low on the list of political things happening and the article itself contained no actions to be taken.
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