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About noctambulations

Political junkie - researcher. Conservative and proud to be an American. Worked several political campaigns not party person - best person for the job. Like to stay up late and dig through the media rubble. Involved with defending freedoms through education and networking. Interests include: Preserving our Constitution, Agenda 21, and supporting our wonderful Military despite our many cowardly politicians.

Re-Education/Interment and Resettlement Job Postings **** FEMA, Army and National Guard

We’ve all heard about it before, Glenn Beck and Judge Napolitano discussed in great detail the rumors of Internment/Resettlement FEMA camps by the Obama administration. The latest rash of rumors came from the ObamaCare Health bill and the posting of jobs by the military at the National Guard and Army Careers & Jobs site fueling the rumor mill even further.

The current military Army job description, known as 31 Echo since the reorganization of MOSs (Military Occupation Specialties) in the’80s, was long used as supplemental training for 31 Bravos–military police. This has been modified over the years as certainly all MOS have. All military MOSs benefit from available additional training of military police more often used as guards on military bases at entrances, military prisons, domestic problems and helping with security issues on base. This new MOS description would come into play as our own police force trains. See below several of the new training additions:
• Assist with the supervision and management of confinement and detention operation
• Provide external security to confinement/corrections facilities or detention/internment facilities
• Provide counseling and guidance to individual prisoners within a rehabilitative program
• Prepare or review reports and records of prisoners/internees and programs

Since 1984 and before there have been rumors referred to as Night Train 84, Rex-84, Garden Plot or Lantern Spike, and NSPD 51– and FEMA has been central to some of these rumors. Even Col. North was questioned about them in the Iran-Contra hearings in 1987. You can look any of these up and there will be the long list of prominent names, articles and papers written. The question is how much truth is any of them. To read it, it’s all in the wording on how a particular group wants it perceived by the reader. Are they trying to milk toast the strategies, and make them seem like it’s an exercise that would never happen? But they argue these rules must be in place, it’s nothing more than protection for the masses?

Most of the exercises and plans seem to come from civil readiness exercises, whether it be a worldwide exercise involving other countries or one in the US. These exercises were in preparation for civil disturbances caused either by natural disasters, demonstrations, plagues, and/or subversive activities. Even as far back as the Viet Nam war rumors of these camps existed. This would allow the government to move, and relocate civilian population during war demonstrations (Garden Plot as in the 60’s) and possibly the military for the H1N1 swine flu as CNN reported in 2009. For an epidemic they would move the population to camps? It seemed the media was preparing for something big at that time, but it never happened. People were concerned as to why they were hyping the swine flu so much ? Did they just want an exercise in evacuations? But it didn’t happen. Granted they probably generate scenarios and plans to deal with health epidemics as a matter of readiness. The next question might be if they are doing this – how much money is being spent on these preparedness drills?

Presidents Reagan, Carter, Clinton and Bush have all upgraded FEMA’s capabilities. One such program Rex 84 supposedly written by a NSC liaison of FEMA John Brinkerhoff and Col. Oliver North was for the detention of millions. This was a secretive drill originated by the US federal government and would be able to suspend the United States Constitution and declare martial law. It would put military commanders in charge of our state and local governments all the while detaining a great number of Americans supposedly who were threats to our national security. The FBI kept a list (ADEX List) from 1967-1971 of 100,000 people and more they felt were subversives who might need to be rounded up.

If you Google Garden Plot, Rex 84, you will find reference to camps supposedly set up for different groups and reasons, illegal aliens, blacks, war protesters, even Muslims were concerned these camps were for them. Many news articles were written about their concerns as well.

What could be more against our Constitutional rights than detainment for voicing a difference of opinion or being of a specific ethnic group? Certainly not what our forefathers fought and died for. Written into our own Constitution our Founding Fathers put in safeguards for the people just in case this ever happened. Articles I and II in the Constitution of the United States of America, freedom of speech and the right to bear arms.
President Obama’s newest Executive Order on March 7, 2011 will institutionalize indefinite detention and use military commissions for the Terrorism Czars. This order has many concerned although it is designed for Guantanamo Bay prisoners/detainees.

Not only are the rumors of camps for so-called dissidents causing alarm, but the new AmeriCorps bill that will re-educate our children. Michelle Bachmann, US Rep. from MN stated in April, 1990, her concerns regarding the federal government and a new AmeriCorps bill expanding volunteer services for our youth ages 18-24. This bill contains provisions that would call for re-education of our young people; to train them in a new government philosophy. The end result will be to put them to work in these political forums. Once again, it is taking our freedoms away.

While one can only speculate if there really are internment camps for United States citizens for holding one against ones will or demanding their children to join an organization for specific service and/or re-education. We need to be very watchful. With that I conclude – we forever research and vet carefully those we send to Congress. If you ask the man next door to go to the store for you and give him $25.00 to do it – you probably have a good idea if he’s going to do the errand, or take the money and run. Why have we in the past entrusted elected officials with so much more (our very livelihood and lives) with so little knowledge of their intentions or past history. We must be forever diligent –in our election of Presidents and elected officials.

Our Constitution assures us of specific rights – we must never allow those rights to be compromised by people who think they know what’s best for us. The only one who knew that was probably our own mother and she wasn’t always right either. In this debate – you be the judge.

Resources: – USPHS Commissioned Corps – Army Jobs List – MccClatchy Report – Michelle Bachmann’s statement – Journalist Ron Ridenhou – Garden Plot and the New Action – Rep. M. Bachmann (2009) on AmeriCorp Re-education camp – National Civilian Community Corps – Ready Reserve Corp – (60 years old) – Oliver North questioning – Rex 84 Secret – Readiness Exercise – Clinton Internment camp question – President Obama’s newest order on detention

Authored by: Noctamblulations 9/2011


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Why Afghanistan?

As a military family member where some have done recent tours, I have given a lot of thought to war, why we go and why we stay. I am against political wars – meaning we go in and make so many mandates on our military they can’t defend themselves or protect the folks they are there to help. I am for a war to win. We go in, kick down doors, take names, do our job and come home. I think the wars where we quit trying to win and putting our men at risk began in Viet Nam. It became a political war – which I am against and what I think we are dealing with now.

Many ask why we are in Afghanistan? To me it’s simple. We’re there because if we leave – we are leaving a country that depended on us to help them win democracy – as they’d like to pursue it. Afghanistan has been called the crossroads of Central Asia. We’re there because if we leave, our bases and intelligence we’ve gathered will be for not. To leave and just close up shop and go home makes no sense. We have to have bases for our military – and we need to own our bases to insure our men are protected while they are on them. Due to the current environment to leave makes us vulnerable on the home front. You better believe this war of Terror does not stop at their borders. We need to be able to have a base where our planes, men and equipment can go in and out to keep a pulse on the politics of the country.

Do you know what we’ve done while we’ve been in Afghanistan? Let me share some facts you won’t find in any newspapers.
• Four thousand plus paved roads now cross the country compared to when the Taliban ruled
• 16 million children have been vaccinated against childhood disease – 1 in 4 children die before the age of 5.
• 2,000 public schools have been built and girls are now attending – in 2001 less than 1M children (all boys) had school opportunity.
• There are five Universities open
• Over one hundred hospitals are operational
• 68 of Afghans 249-member Parliament are now women (27%). Compared to only 18% in the US House and Senate combined.

How was much of this possible? Our military, British, French and Afghan troops worked tirelessly – not only defending the Afghan people but helping to rebuild. President Karzai (A Philadelphia Liberty Medal Winner) is responsible as well. While not wanting occupation they do want Democracy. He has said he will not seek a third term due to conflicting rumors he wants to change the constitution. He has been a big proponent of women’s issues as his wife, a doctor, spent years helping women and children in refugee camps .We did help them against the Russian invasion, and we are helping them now and to pull out prematurely is not something we can do as we did before. They need help training their security forces, they continue to need help in the rebuilding of their country.

The Afghan people want our help and don’t want us to leave, they want us to help them continue with their fight. They want to win. Ask the troops. Without us they lived in rubble, with us they have clean drinking water, electricity, schools, hospitals and pride.

References: Priority Projects, Wikipedia, UK Telegraph, Inside the Revolution – Joel Rosenberg.

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Who is the real Rick Perry?

While many have been waiting for Gov. Rick Perry to toss his hat in the ring,  many are only going by his success of job growth in Texas and know nothing more.  Gov. Perry has an interesting past and has been involved in some very controversial issues in Texas. Many Texans do not approve of him.  Gov. Perry is a globalist, he is a Christian and that is wonderful but Christians have many views on how the world should be run. He speaks and presents himself well.  To vote for him on that reason alone is a mistake. Look at his record. We’ve already had charismatic votes for  Presidents and look what it got us – Kennedy, Carter, Clinton and now Obama? As conservatives we know what to do to create jobs; cut taxes and give business incentives. Many of our candidates are capable of doing what Perry did – they own or ran businesses.  Gov. Perry has given huge “incentives – millions of dollars in tax breaks” to bring Dell, Facebook,  etc. to Austin. Texas has lower taxes and is very business friendly.  But please – look at what he has supported: 

For some reason a shortened link won’t bring up the correct site but please read this – in his own words.

  1. Gov. Perry is light handed on immigration (giving free instate tuition to children of illegals – Texas Dream Act), and disagrees with Gov. Brewer’s Arizona immigration law.
  2. The Texas Corridor (we lease our toll roads to Spain ) why?
  3. Our many cities (Austin one of many) are signed up for Agenda 21  – a legal land grab and deterioration of our rights/liberties, etc.
  4.  NAFTA

Gov. Rick Perry: he’s not what he appears to be.

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