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New 24 Season Showcases Mass Terror, Concentration Camps February 16, 2007

Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.

Propaganda Keeps Being Pushed by FOX

Steve Watson
Tuesday, January 9, 2007

The new season of 24, that is to air this coming weekend, is to prepare the American people for the idea of concentration camps, detention centers and the rounding up of people in times of crisis.

The opener depicts an America besieged by mass terrorist attacks and public paranoia, with 11 cities, including New York, Atlanta, San Antonio and L.A., having been attacked in the space of a few weeks.

A Fox news broadcast pumps out on street corners and at bus stops from TV screens as the terrified public are urged to report anyone they consider suspicious.

A brown skinned man is refused entry onto a bus as the people around him look at him as if he is some kind of space alien.

Cut to the Oval Office were there is an argument going on between the National Security Advisor and the President’s aides about the morality and constitutional implications of using concentration camps/detention centers in America.

The National Security Advisor, who the President’s aides are surprised to find is opposed to this, states “These places that you keep building, they are nothing more than concentration camps.”

Note how the Security Advisor states that camps are already built and keep being built. She goes on to state that a “revised plan” on behalf of the White House “justifies locking up every American who prays towards Mecca.” Read more

As if things could not get any worse



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