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Friday, December 9, 2011

Who Will Staff the Concentration Camps?

In 2009, Congress passed a bill authorizing the construction of FEMA "emergency center" camps around the country. (see here) Last week, Congress passed a bill authorizing the military to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens without formal charges or trial. (see here)

This week, the U.S. gov't has taken steps that will make it possible to activate the camps on short notice. (see here) Who would staff such camps to imprison fellow Americans?

This video makes a powerful presentation of a concept that citizens inside and outside the Church need to hear. If you've ever had to make the choice between following orders or taking a lonely stand for what's right, then you know why simple and easy are not synonyms.


  1. Very, very interesting video there. The film clips (not the WWII ones) are from the dystopian sci-fi film Equilibrium. While it turns out that director Kurt Wimmer had a little bit of anti-Christian sentiment behind the film, I still think the end product is useful. I'd recommend at least one watching of it.

    "It is not the message that matters but rather our obedience to it." Father, from Equilibrium

  2. Or to [mis]quote Jayne Cobb, "Do you understand the chain of command? It's the chain I beat you with 'til you understand who's in command."

  3. Hahaha, love it! So very true...and my buddy just got me Firefly for Xmas.

    The next thing Father says in the film, "Call it faith. You have it, I presume?"

    Clearly, a very bad character!