This program is presented as a simple means to a provide free labour force to the government and to give inmates the opportunity to participate in 'meaningful work' and alleviate overcrowding in regular prisons(Chapter 1, section 5.a-2)details of the document provide insights into the true implications of this program. In Appendix C, section 6.c states that inmates will not interact with the general public: they will not be permitted to have access to telephones or computer modems. The implications of this are extremely serious. Inmates of regular prisons are permitted access such communications. The fact that inmates of prison camps will be barred from such implies that once they are in there, they will have absolutely no way of ensuring that their rights respected, no way of contacting family or media to notify them if they are being subjected to torture or other mistreatment. Why would the government make special provisions to ensure that prisoners are completely disempowered in this respect, unless it is because they plan to treat inmates in an wholly unacceptable way, and wish to prevent them from being able to disclose violations of their human rights, and even the commission of atrocities, to the outside world? This is a terrifying prospect. This is one detail of the prison camp plan that betrays its true sinister nature.The American government is supposed to represent the voice of the people, but the people have been put to sleep by the media which serves as propaganda and even mind-control. The good citizens of the USA will never be motivated to mobilize against this encroaching tyranny unless they turn off their TV sets, wake up, seek out real information and spread the truth that will strike enough fear into their hearts to shake them out of their complacency.
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