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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Concentration Camps Part 1 (fwd)

>The following was edited from the transcript of a taped message.
>Mr. Gerard Beeman (714) 521-0693 has offered to assist those
>wishing further information. (Sept. 1993)
>                       by William R. Pabst
>     Introduction: Civil Action Number 76-H-667
>     Chapter 1: A National Emergency
>     Chapter 2: Implementing the New Government
>     Chapter 3: Controlling the Masses
>     Chapter 4: Plans for a Police State
>     Chapter 5: Preparing to Take Prisoners
>     Chapter 6: Mind Control -- Drugs and Propaganda
>     Chapter 7: The People vs. The Conspirators
>     Chapter 8: The Geneva Convention
>     Chapter 9: Ignoring the Constitution
>     Chapter 10: Summary of Evidence
>     Chapter 11: Are You On Their List?
>     Chapter 12: The Price of Apathy
>            Introduction: Civil Action Number 76-H-667
>This is William R. Pabst. My address is 1434 West Alabama Street,
>Houston, Texas, 77006. My telephone number is area code 713
>521-9896. This is my 1979 updated report on the concentration camp
>program of the Department of Defense of the United States.
>On April 20, 1976, after a rapid and thorough investigation, I
>filed suit on behalf of the People of the United States against
>various personages that had a key part in a conspiratorial program
>to do away with the United States as we know it. This is a progress
>report to you, the plaintiffs, the People of the United States. The
>civil action number is 76-H-667. It is entitled, "Complaint Against
>the Concentration Camp Program of the Dept. of Defense". It was
>filed in the U.S. District Court for the southern district of
>Texas, Houston division. The judge responsible for the case was
>Judge Carl Beau (phonetic spelling).                  
>You have no doubt heard the story: Once upon a time, under the Nazi
>regime in Germany, a man worked on an assembly line in a baby
>carriage factory. His wife was going to have a baby, but the Nazi
>government would not let anybody buy a baby carriage. The man
>decided he would secretly collect one part from each department and
>assemble the carriage himself. When this was done he and his wife
>gathered up the pieces and assembled it. When they were finished
>they did not have a baby carriage; they had a machine gun.
>And that is exactly the situation that I am going to present to you
>at this time. The center for the Study for Democratic Institutions
>recently completed a proposed constitution for the "Newstates of
>America". The Center is Rockefeller funded. To give you an
>indication of the type of constitution proposed, the term "national
>emergency" is mentioned 134 times. The document did not have a Bill
>of Rights and the right to own arms was taken away. At the same
>time, House Concurrent Resolution #28 awaited for calling a
>constitutional convention on or before July 4, 1976.
>The presiding officer of such are event would have been Nelson
>Rockefeller, Vice President and president pro tem of the Senate.
>This particular resolution awaited in committee. Obviously money
>would not be spent on these massive programs unless there would be
>the chance for the actual implementation of such a scheme.
>However, in case the American people do not voluntarily adopt a new
>constitution less troublesome to those who desire dictatorship,
>there is Executive Order #11490, which will include its
>predecessors when it is cited herein. The Executive Order
>authorizes the secretaries of the various agencies to prepare for
>any "national emergency" type situation; including, but not limited
>to, those specified in the Executive Order itself. If you read the
>Order, there is nothing at all left to the imagination. For any
>conceivable pretext, a national emergency may be declared based
>upon this frightening decree, dated October 1969. The Order itself
>was prefaced in March of 1969 by another Executive Order which
>established the federal regions and their capitals. All the
>departments of the government were involved, including the Law
>Enforcement and Health, Education and Welfare. Congressman Larry
>McDonald has revealed to Congress that various guerrilla and
>terrorist groups were being financed by the federal government. If
>they (the terrorist groups) actually began in search of activities,
>Executive Order #11490 would be activated.
>But as mentioned previously, if you will read Executive Order
>#11490, you will see that a "national emergency" may be declared
>for any conceivable pretext whatsoever. If the Order itself were
>activated, here is what would happen. The next day you and your
>family would be standing in front of your local post office with
>your neighbors; the front doors bursting with block-long lines of
>people waiting to be registered. After waiting in line with your
>family for hours, you finally get channeled through the doors. Once
>inside, you overhear the postal clerk with his sidearm on telling
>a frightened registrant, "Look there is nothing I can do. The truck
>behind the building will take you to a work camp where you have
>been assigned.
>Your wife has been assigned to a factory and there's nothing I can
>do." Then your son or daughter looks up at you with a quivering
>voice and asks, "Dad, why are we here?"             
>There's much more to life in a "free country" than paying your
>mortgage. You have to be aware of what is going on and act
>accordingly and participate in government; that is, get involved.
>Examine the organization chart on Executive Order #11490 to
>discover how we have all helped finance (through our tax dollars)
>the mechanics of the overthrow of our Constitution. Executive Order
>#11490 designates certain authorities to the Office of
>Preparedness, which in turn designates authority to the various
>departments of the federal government.
>If the Order were implemented, the Post Office Department would be
>responsible for a national registration. The State Department would
>be responsible for the protection of the United Nations personnel
>or property and prevention of escape from the United States. The
>Department of Defense would be responsible for its expropriation of
>industry; direction of service and national production system;
>control of censorship; and communication expropriation of non-
>industrial facilities.
>The Commerce Department would be responsible for expropriation,
>selection and international distribution of commodities (which
>would be the actual looting of the United States), census
>information and human resources.
>The Treasury Department would be responsible for collection of cash
>and non-cash items and the recreation of evidence of assets and
>liabilities. The Justice Department would have concurrent
>responsibility with the Department of State for prevention of
>escape from the U.S.; for replenishing the stockpile of narcotics;
>for a national police force; for correctional and penal
>institutions; for mass feeding and housing of prisoners, and for
>use of prisoners to augment manpower which would be slave labor.
>The Federal Bank (which is not a FEDERAL bank) would be responsible
>for regulation of withdrawal of currency.
>The General Services Administration would be responsible for
>confiscation of private property for government use. Health
>Education and Welfare would be responsible for nationalization of
>education (which the Department of Education has already done),
>health services, hospitals and mental institutions. The Labor
>Department would be responsible for recruiting manpower; referring
>manpower; and allocating manpower so each particular person that
>was registered at the post office in this regional registration
>would be told where be (or she) was going to work. Housing & Urban
>Development would be responsible for transfer of persons to
>temporary or permanent housing in regional emergency planning and
>cooperation. The Transportation Department is responsible for
>emergency enforcement and control and movement of passengers and
>the emergency operation of the Alaskan railroad.
>There are two specific agencies here that we need to look at and to
>keep in mind. They are: Health Education and Welfare, and the
>Justice Department, as those two agencies are related to the
>Department of Defense. The various military departments are part of
>the Department of Defense. Under it, we have the secretary of Army,
>Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel and law
>enforcement, U.S. Army's forces command, and continental Army
>Reserve & National Guard. And under that we have the four armies
>dividing up the United States. Under the Fifth Army we have the
>provost marshal, who is directly connected to the Deputy Chief of
>Staff for law enforcement personnel. Under the provost marshal for
>the Fifth Army we have the 300 Military Police Prisoner-of-War
>Command at Livonia, Michigan.
>At this point I quote from retired Admiral Elmo Zumwalt's book 'On
>     Henry Kissinger: I believe the American people lack the will
>     to do the things necessary to achieve parity and to maintain
>     maritime superiority. I believe we must get the best deal we
>     can in our negotiations before the United States and the
>     Soviet both perceive these changes and the balance that
>     occurs. When these perceptions are in agreement, and both
>     sides know the U.S. is inferior, we must have gotten the best
>     deal we can. Americans at that time will not be happy that I
>     have settled for second, but it will be too late.
>     Zumwalt: Then why not take it to the American people? They
>     will not accept the decision to become second best while we
>     are in a position of Gross National product twice that of the
>     U.S.S.R.
>     Kissinger: That's a question of judgment. I judge that we
>     will not get their support and if we seek it and tell the fact
>     as we would have to, we would lose our negotiating leverage
>     with the Soviets.
>     Zumwalt: But isn't that the ultimate immorality in a
>     democracy; to make a decision for the people of such
>     importance without consulting them?
>     Kissinger: Perhaps, but I doubt that there are 1 million who
>     could even understand the issue.
>     Zumwalt: Even if that presumption is correct, those 1 million
>     can influence the opinions of the majority of the people. I
>     believe it is my duty to take the other course.
>     Kissinger: You should take care, lest your words result in a
>     reduction in the Navy budget.
>So we see what the intention of the State Department is regarding
>the People. Another fact: On Dec. 30, 1975, the California National
>Guard announced in a press release (which I have) that the state's
>Military Police battalions were organized and trained to provide
>immediate response to virtually every civil and man-made disaster,
>as well as to assist law enforcement officers in emergency
>situations; to carry out their law enforcement as well as their
>military mission. When I asked four of the defendants in this case
>for their mission statement they did not provide it, although they
>say it is public information.
>The training spoken of for the California National Guard covers
>such subjects as dealing with individual civilians/civil
>population, detention procedures, citizen's rights, and similar
>matters. And you know as well as I do that when there is Martial
>raw, or Martial Rule, citizens have no right, because the
>Constitution is preempted. Even the uniforms of the National Guards
>who participate in this program are different from the regular
>uniforms. Army spokesmen will not reveal more about the uniforms,
>but the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department para-military unit, who
>have received this training have army fatigues dyed black for their
>A further fact is the disaster preparedness plan for the Marine
>Corps Supply Center in Barstow, California. Quoting from that
>     Under the Constitution and the laws of the United States, the
>     preservation of law and order is the responsibility of local
>     and state government. And the authority to maintain the peace
>     and enforce the law is invested in the authority of those
>     governments.
>There are specific exceptions to the above concept. One of these
>pertains to federal intervention to civil disturbances in certain
>situations. Military commanders are deemed to have the inherent
>authority to take any measure reasonably necessary for the
>protection of life and property in the event of a sudden unexpected
>public calamity which disrupts the normal process of government and
>presents an emergency so eminent as to make it dangerous to await
>instructions from appropriate authorities. This includes law
>enforcement duties. The manual mentions something called "Garden
>Plot Forces" which we will discuss at length in a few minutes.
>Don Bell (who writes a weekly report) reported on July 25, 1975
>that in May of 1975 the 303 Civil Affairs group of the U.S. Army
>Reserves in Kearny, New Jersey conducted an exercise to sharpen
>plans for a military takeover of the state government. According to
>Colonel Frances Clart they had conducted similar studies on how to
>seize municipal and county government over the past few years. But
>this was the first time they had studied STATE government. Such
>units were trained during World War II to operate captured
>governments. We never had federal troops training to take over
>government in the United States. When local violence or catastrophe
>struck, the National Guard, under command of the governor, went
>into action. This is definitely not the situation at this time.
>On February 16, 1975, in the 'San Gabriel Valley Tribune' it was
>reported that the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, funded
>by the Department of Justice, and the Police Foundation, funded by
>the Ford Foundation, are prime movers toward implementing a
>national police force. Each, however, contends they support local
>police agencies. The total program involves military units that
>have the function of taking over the administration of local and
>state governments. That program is "Operation Cable Splicer" by
>Army civil affairs groups, a sub-plan of "Operation Garden Plot"
>(the Martial law program).
>The method by which the national police concept is being presented
>to the public has changed. It was first disguised under the cover
>of protection against civil disturbances. This program was as
>     A) Keep the people from gathering in the streets.
>     B) Isolate and neutralize the revolution's leadership.
>     C) Dispersal of crowds and demonstrators.
>This is followed by successful prosecution in order to:
>     1) Validate the action of the police;
>     2) Deny the arrestee's propaganda materials, and;
>     3) Deny them the opportunity to recover money damages against
>     the police for arresting them.
>Let me quote for you the scenario which was developed for Cable
>Splicer One, Two and Three to justify the needs for dealing with
>civil disturbances:
>     Phase One - an arrest and shooting provoke crowd unrest and
>     threats against public officials and a riot begins to form:
>     Phase Two - police vehicles are ambushed, various attempted
>     assassinations of public officials occur, destruction and
>     raiding of armories occur, and thousands of people begin to
>     gather and local police lose control;
>     Phase Three - increased movement of rioters and the crowds
>     must be dispersed before they become sympathetic with the
>     rioters. The National Guard and the local police lose
>     control."
>This scenario provides for an orderly transition from state to
>federal control. The Deputy Attorney General of California
>commented at a Cable Splicer Three conference that anyone who
>attacks the State, even verbally, becomes a revolutionary and an
>enemy by definition. They are the enemy and must be destroyed. This
>program was taught in almost every state west of the Mississippi
>River and included as participants local active military, reserve
>military and civilian police. The course name was "Civil Emergency
>Management Course". The official explanation that was to be given
>if any questions were asked about the program was: "This activity
>is a continuous, joint law enforcement-military liaison effort and
>a continuation of coordination established last year."
>In 1976, the 'Oakland Tribune' carried the most complete
>explanation of what is planned. It is reported in its entirety in
>the 'National Chronicle' which added an analysis to the story. (The
>'Oakland Tribune's editor died suddenly after the story was
>published.) And I quote:
>     Last Saturday the California National Guard unveiled a new Law
>     Enforcement Assistance Force, L.E.A.F., a specially trained
>     and outfitted Military Police Unit, whose members will serve
>     as shock-troops in the state's war against political
>     protesters and demonstrators.
>     I saw a full-dress exhibition of what the California National
>     Guard has planned for the next American revolution.
>     Helicopters, SWAT teams, civilian military policemen in jack
>     boots and helmets, twelve-gauge shotguns,.38 and.45 caliber
>     pistols, radios, walkie talkies, and electrically-controlled
>     intelligence centers wired for instant communications with any
>     police force in the state.
>     L.E.A.F. is a 1,000 member unit put together this year to
>     handle unique law enforcement problems such as mass civil
>     disobedience, protest demonstrations and riots. In other
>     words, breaking heads and taking names. L.E.A.F. has the
>     support of Governor Brown, a quarter-million dollars worth of
>     grants from the federal government, and no public opposition
>     from civil liberties groups.
>     For all its ineptitude however, L.E.A.F. has a frightening
>     possibility from a civil liberty standpoint. It is a direct
>     product of the California "Cable Splicer" conferences -- a
>     series of high-level secret meetings between government
>     officials, law enforcement officers and military planners held
>     during the late '60s and early '70s. The meetings were held as
>     late as 1975 so far, as many public records show. These were
>     the conferences which Counter-Spy magazine had identified as
>     California's "Garden Plot Sub-plan".
>     Gray Davis -- Gov. Brown's right hand man -- says L.E.A.F. is
>     to assist civil police, not to replace them. Gray says,
>     "Civilians could expect a civilian type law enforcement rather
>     than what is commonly known as Martial Law." Despite this
>     assurance, L.E.A.F.'s exercises look disturbingly like the
>     military coup described in the novel, Seven Days In May.
>     L.E.A.F. soldiers with nightstick's stood at intersections,
>     stopping cars with suspicious occupants, checking I.D. cards
>     and generally intimidating onlookers with their SWAT style
>     uniforms, their sidearms and helmets. Perhaps more ominously,
>     several participants in the role-playing exercises Saturday
>     admitted that even under simulated pressure there has already
>     been a number of incidents where the L.E.A.F. troops used
>     excessive force to quell disturbances -- even though their
>     orders forbade it.
>Former L.E.A.A. administrator, Charles Ross Dovan (phonetic
>spelling), is on record as having stated that local law enforcement
>has failed and must be replaced by a national police force. Patrick
>Murphy, the administrator of the Police Foundation, states, "I have
>no fear of a national police force. Our 40,000 police departments
>are not sacred." Ex-Attorney General William Saxby warned that if
>we can go on as we are, crime will invade us and the national
>police will take over.
>For the policemen who do not cooperate and still want to be
>policemen, there is the program of Contemporary Research, Inc., an
>organization of psychologists, sociologists, education specialists
>and economic experts, who work toward a solution of many of today's
>social problems. The same organization develops specialized
>computer programming for the new world-wide military command and
>control system, as well as computer base systems for law
>enforcement agencies at all levels of government.
>The L.E.A.A. alone will receive over a billion dollars a year over
>the next 4 years, even though it has been ineffective against
>crime. This is because the L.E.A.A. is not geared to fighting
>crime; it's geared to developing a system for takeover of the
>United States with the assistance of the Department of Defense.
>One of the programs the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
>works on in its fight against crime is psycho-surgery. If you don't
>cooperate with their programs, you are merely operated on so that
>you will be as cooperative as an adding machine. Or, the L.E.A.A.
>supports drug research for the same purpose-to neurological sources
>violence. Hence, as an example, if a law were passed whereby the
>ownership of firearms was declared to be illegal, you would be
>placed in one of these programs if you did not cooperate. The
>L.E.A.A. control exercise (at the state's level) is from the Office
>of Criminal Justice Planning of the Governor's Office. Here in
>Texas, Mr. Robert C. Klowers is still the executive director in
>that office. But all states have that particular department.
>In May, 1975 the 'L.E.A.A. Newsletter' describes the function of
>one of its organizations: the National Institute of Law Enforcement
>& Criminal Justice. This organization funds something called the
>"United Nations Clearinghouse" in Rome, Italy. The function of that
>organization is, among other things, the exchange of Criminal
>Justice System information with the Soviet Union. And it goes
>without saying that we have nothing to learn from the Criminal
>Justice System of the Soviet Union. These incredible projects are
>being funded with our tax dollars.
>The code name for these projects are: "Garden Plot" and "Cable
>Splicer'. Garden Plot is the program to control the population.
>Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state
>and local government by the federal government.
>An investigation was completed in November 1975 by 4 sources: The
>Conservative publication, 'American Challenge'; the leftist 'New
>Times'; the foundation financed Fund for Investigative Journalism,
>and; Don Wood of the trustworthy 'Ozark Sunbeam'. It involves the
>potential creation of a Police State through the use of the
>Pentagon and its computerized intelligence dossier (lodged in the
>Pentagon basement) of thousands of citizens by the National Guard,
>state and local police departments, the L.E.A.A., plainclothes
>military forces, SWAT teams, and the Department of Justice.
>Brigadier General J. L. Julienit (phonetic spelling), senior Army
>officer of the Pentagon National Guard Bureau, has admitted, "I
>know of no state that did not have some form of these exercises
>within the last year."
>Today the Cable Splicer handbook is composed of 6 loose-leaf 3-ring
>binders that are merely an outline for the impending takeover and
>destruction of our Constitution. The Sixth Army used the term
>"Cable Splicer" for the name of the operation, but it is not
>revealed the name of the operation in the other military areas
>within the U.S.
>On page 4, paragraph 10 on Public Information, the instructions
>     As a means to prevent adverse publicity or misleading
>     psychological effects in regard to coordinating, planning, and
>     conducting this exercise, all military participants involved
>     will perform such duties in civilian clothing when exercise
>     oriented activities are conducted at law enforcement
>     facilities. In the event inquiries are received regarding this
>     exercise, the response should be limited to identifying the
>     activity as a continuous, joint law enforcement military
>     liaison effort and a continuation of coordination established
>     last year.
>On page 6, security guidance is explained to the effect that if
>anybody asks any questions, limit the information that is given out
>on the basis of it being in the interest of "national interest" 
>Now, in the festivities celebrating the success of completion of
>the exercises, Attorney General Stanley R. Larsen, the commanding
>general of the Sixth Army stated:
>     The most serious challenge facing all of us will be the
>     challenge of discharging our legitimate responsibilities. For
>     a significant portion of a society at large is likely to
>     regard us with suspicion and t question, even challenge our
>     authority on the basic assumption of our profession. Part of
>     this challenge we must be prepared to deal with; a potentially
>     dangerous portion of our society which, in truth, could well
>     become the domestic enemy.
>The manual includes instructions on operation of confinement
>facilities, handling and processing prisoners; including searching,
>transporting, feeding, housing and handling of the special class of
>persons called "detainees". The plan also specifically includes a
>proposition for confiscation of privately-owned weapons and
>The Army has over 350 separate record centers containing
>substantial information on civilian political activities.
>Virtually every major army unit has its own set aside from this.
>The Fifth Army of San Antonio has over 100,000 files of its own.
>The overall operation command post is a domestic room at the
>Pentagon. There are 25 million card on individuals and 760,000 on
>organizations held by the Defense Central Index of investigations
>alone. And this information includes political, sociological,
>economic and psychological profiles. All this type of information
>on 25 million Americans.
>Since 1970 local county and state police forces all over the
>country have undertaken crash programs to install various kinds of
>computerized information systems. A large portion of this is being
>paid for by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.
>Beginning in 1970, Congress and the Joint Chiefs of Staff ordered
>the destruction of all these data banks, but they were not
>destroyed. All the outlawed collection is now located at Mt.
>Weathey, Clark County, West Virginia and similar Pentagon
>facilities designed as adjuncts to the president's emergency powers
>under the Executive Orders.
>The cadre of specialized persons to enforce this plan are found in
>the U.S. Army Reserves Military Police POW Command at Livonia,
>Michigan. Mr. Fenren (phonetic spelling) of the 300th Military
>Police POW Command at Livonia told me, when I called him from the
>Federal Information Center at Houston, that the camps in the
>Command were for foreign prisoners of war and for "enemies of the
>United States". I asked him if enemies of the United States
>included U.S. citizens. He became angry, wouldn't deny it and
>referred me to a very sinister individual at the Army Reserve
>facility here at Houston who I talked to; who explained to me that
>the prisoners were called "inventory" and "internees". He would not
>deny that the camps were for U.S. citizens.
>I called the Pentagon, spoke with the defendant there, and then
>with the provost marshal for the Fifth Army, and do you know what?
>Not one of these persons would deny that the system was for U.S.
>citizens. The provost marshal for the Fifth Army, when I mentioned
>the names of all the camp sites, said; "Well at least you've got
>that right."
>The names of the detention facilities that I gave him were a list
>that I had acquired from the 'Ozark Sunbeam'. That list of names
>was the same list of facilities designated under the old Detention
>Act of 1950 as "emergency detention centers". But there is only one
>problem: That act was supposed to have been repealed in 1971. After
>some research, I found out what the problem was. One Congressman,
>when the hearings were held for the repeal of the Emergency
>Detention Act, mentioned that there are 17 other bits of law that
>provided for the same thing. So it didn't matter whether they ever
>repealed the Emergency Detention Act. The public was in fact
>tricked by the Congress of the United States!
>Here are the designated sites: Tucked away in the Appalachian
>Mountains of central Pennsylvania is a bustling town of approx.
>10,000 people. Fifteen to twenty years ago it was a sleepy village
>of 400. Allanwood, Pennsylvania is linked to New York City by
>Interstate U.S. 80. It takes up approximately 400 acres and is
>surrounded by a 10-foot barbed-wire fence. It now holds
>approximately 300 minimum security prisoners to keep it in shape.
>It could hold 12,000 people from one day to the next.
>Thirty miles from Oklahoma City on U.S. 66 is El Reno, Oklahoma
>with an approximate population of 12,000. Due west, 6 miles from
>tow, almost in sight of U.S. 66 is a complex of buildings which
>could pass for a small school. However, the facility is
>overshadowed by a guard house which appears to be something like
>airport control tower, except that it's manned by a vigilant,
>uniformed guard. This is a federal prison camp or detention center.
>These camps are all located near super-highways or near railroad
>tracks or both.
>The federal prison camp at Florence, Arizona could hold 3,500
>prisoners. It is presently kept in condition by approximately 400
>legally convicted prisoners. Wickenberg, Arizona is famous for its
>municipal airport, which was once government-owned. It is now
>occupied by a private party. It is rumored to be capable of being
>taken back by the federal government without notice.
>Now there are a couple other of these facilities which probably
>exist under the same arrangements. This particular rumor has
>existed for about 9 or 10 years. The only way it can actually be
>established is by looking at the local contract for the Wickenberg
>Municipal Airport itself and the parties that have possession of
>As I mentioned previously, these names were ratified by the provost
>marshal of the Fifth Army who is in charge of the 300th Military
>Police POW Command. He is the one who verified them. He said, as I
>mentioned before, "Well at least you've got that right."
>Some of the locations are: Tool Lake in California, now in private
>hands. It can be retaken without notice. Mill Point, West Virginia.
>I couldn't find a thing on Mill Point, but in that area we have all
>kinds of prisons; Alderson, W.V., a women's federal reformatory;
>Lewisburg, W.V., a federal prison; Greenville, S.C. in Greenville
>County is now occupied by the State Youthful Offenders Division.
>Even that is a mystery to the people of that area.
>At Montgomery, Alabama we have a federal civilian prison camp at
>Maxwell Air Force Base. Now does that sound right? There's one at
>Tucson, Arizona, David Munson Air Base. In Alaska we have Elmendorf
>at Eielson Air Force Base.
>And that brings us to a facility in Florida called Avon Park,
>Florida. I sent a representative to see what was there. He found
>the Avon Park Bombing and Gunnery Range, which is also listed as
>the Avon Park Correctional Institute. No one is permitted entrance
>and probably there is no over flight permitted because it is a
>bombing and gunnery range. This was one of the places ratified by
>the provost marshal of the Fifth Army.
>In 1976, as well as on March 20, 1979, I went to the Sheriff's
>Department in Houston to see if our local Sheriff had been
>infiltrated by these plans. Well, it appears so. I was put in
>contact with a Lt. Kiljan (phonetic spelling) who is in charge of
>some secret unit in the department. I asked him if be had
>participated in military training or in training with military
>personnel here in the Sheriff's Department. He denied it, and when
>I asked him if be would testify so under oath he became angry and
>stated, "You are just an ordinary citizen. I don't have to tell you
>anything." I later discovered that Lt. Kiljan is the ex-director of
>the Houston branch office of the U.S. Secret Service. Now where
>does his money come from? The area is administered by the Houston-
>Galveston Area Council.
>In this regional government plan, each federal region is divided
>into state clearinghouses, and each state clearinghouse is divided
>into area clearinghouses. And for our area we have the Houston-
>Galveston Area Council. It serves as a conduit for federal funds in
>two major areas: L.E.A.A. and H.E.W.
>Most everybody thinks this organization (the Houston-Galveston area
>Council) is for the development of the area; the geographical area
>here in Houston. It is not. It is for the development of L.E.A.A.
>and H.E.W. projects. Now this finds its counterpart in every
>community across the U.S. It provides for these agencies a liaison
>for intergovernmental communications, interaction and coordination.
>I examined their projects to see what they were doing. This
>regional government program distributes federal funds for two major
>     1) Radio hookups between every police agency in the state to
>     Fort Sam Houston, and;
>     2) Mental health programs,including programs for the mentally
>     ill having priority of beds and hospitals.
>Another interesting fact to consider is that in the Pine Bluff
>Arkansas Arsenal "B-Z" is stored. It's a nerve gas which creates
>sleepiness, dizziness, stupor, and the incapacity to move about.
>According to the Associated Press, the agent can be sprayed by
>aerosol, injected or sprayed over large areas by a bomb. The
>Military has admitted that one potential use of the gas is for
>civilian control. So whatever they planned, they've also planned a
>way for you to go to your destination in a tranquil state of mind.
>H.E.W., by law, is operated in conjunction with the United Nations
>through the World Health Organization. Back in 1948, the
>International Congress on Mental Health, a U.N. organization,
>declared in its pamphlet "Mental Health and World Citizenship"
>     Prejudice, hostility or excessive nationalism may become
>     deeply embedded in the developing personality without
>     awareness on part of the individual concerned. In order to be
>     effective, efforts of changing individual must be appropriate
>     to the successive stages of the unfolding personality. While
>     in a case of a group of society, change will be strongly
>     resisted unless an attitude of acceptance has first been
>     engendered.
>     Principles of Mental health cannot be successfully furthered
>     in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the
>     concept of world citizenship,...
>     Programs for social change to be effective require a joint
>     effort of psychiatrists and social scientist, working together
>     in cooperation with statesmen, administrators and others in
>     positions of responsibility.
>The three phases of the development are:
>     1) Mental hospitals for segregation, care and protection of
>     persons of unsound minds.;
>     2) Community Mental Health Care Centers, so that persons may
>     be treated in their own neighborhood.;
>     3) Child Care Centers for dealing with early difficulties of
>     nationalism in a child's life.
>Two years earlier, Major General G.B. Chisholm, Deputy Minister of
>Health in Canada, who later became director of United Nations World
>Health Organization, explained;
>     "Self defense may involve a neurotic reaction when it means
>     defending one's own excessive material wealth from others who
>     are in great need. This altitude leads to war...
>So his solution to the problem is: Let's redistribute the wealth
>among everyone.
>Further, the reinterpretation and eventual eradication of the
>individual's concept of right and wrong which has been the basis of
>child training are the belated objectives of practically all
>effective psychotherapies. Now if we digress even further, to Buria
>(phonetic spelling), the director of the Soviet Secret Police in
>the 1930's, we see he explained the communist political strategy
>through the use of "mental healing" of psychiatry:

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