Tuesday, December 1, 2009

CNN Spreads Detention Camp Disinformation

Columbia MO December 1, 2009 -- In a new CNN report deeply rooted in Department of Homeland Security propaganda, CNN’s John Acosta says that the Federal government is not building detention camps around the country and that there is absolutely no proof of these kinds of activities. However, a highly controversial documentary released a couple of months ago offers the viewers almost 90 minutes of heart-stopping proof that plans for martial law and FEMA camps are indeed very real.




“Camp FEMA” has been called the most comprehensive documentary made on the topic of concentration camps in America. In the opening moments of the film, viewers are very quickly reminded that our government has turned to the use of detention camps to solve its problems before with the forced detention of over 120,000 Americans of Japanese decent in the early 1940’s. Forced labor, compulsory vaccinations, and mandatory “Americanization” classes top the list of atrocities committed against fellow citizens, on behalf of their Federal government.

CNN has conveniently chosen not to address the legislations, the government reports or the list of terror suspects that the US government keeps adding to a database on a daily basis. “You don’t keep a list unless you intend to use it,” said William Lewis writer of Camp FEMA. Producer Gary Franchi added, “There are now over 1.2 millions names on the DHS watch list. How did we let this happen in the United States of America?” Why is CNN deliberately misleading the public about internment camps? You may find the answers in Camp FEMA.
Read the full article here: 
http://campfema.com/CNN-Spreads-Detention-Camp-Disinformation.html
 
See Camp FEMA trailer here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iBcI05t5tA
 
Get the full documentary here:
http://www.campfema.com/

PRESS: Contact Debbie Morgan - info@campfema
Contact:

Debbie Morgan
media@CampFEMA.com
Bridgestone Media Group
P.O. Box 30576
Columbia, MO 65205-0576
U.S.A.
Ph: 573-378-9123

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