ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012

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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #80 on: February 25, 2008, 08:58:06 PM »
WOW! just came back in.took a little walk and looked at about 8 or 9 signs.didn't see anything at first but when I got to a 4 way stop-3 of the stop signs had the marks on them.the other ones did not.does anybody have an exact description?I have a pic but I would like confirmation.I got a real good pic(somebody had to have seen the flash-I'm waiting for the fuzz to come a knockin on my door) >:(
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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #81 on: February 25, 2008, 09:52:03 PM »
I cannot imagine they are still using this shit, I mean why not RFID.  I think that system is completely outdated and now completely exposed.

But still, there is little doubt that it was used and may still be used (I guess as a backup in case of EMP type false flags or something).
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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #82 on: February 25, 2008, 10:10:44 PM »
I haven't noticed this with all the hispanic gang graffiti that's been showing up all over my sleepy community...that's all I see lately...will have to look for this tomorrow...

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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #83 on: February 25, 2008, 10:28:53 PM »
Used to use various stickys and reflective markers and mark routes when doing protection details with them.Secret Service uses something like these as well.You can make up your own codes regarding colors and heights of markers.

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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #84 on: February 25, 2008, 10:43:11 PM »
I cannot imagine they are still using this shit, I mean why not RFID.  I think that system is completely outdated and now completely exposed.

But still, there is little doubt that it was used and may still be used (I guess as a backup in case of EMP type false flags or something).

funny you should mention RFID because it looked like one of those tab thingys from a box from a store.not the actual tag but the tape over it showed a pattern of some kind under the covering layer.
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ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #85 on: February 26, 2008, 07:42:59 PM »
Your a f**king tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist it doesnt exist.


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** Military Police Battalion - Internment and Relocation (I/R) **
« Reply #86 on: February 29, 2008, 08:21:31 PM »
Found this here: http://www.ct.ngb.army.mil/pao/guardian/2008/CG_Jan08.pdf


As of Oct. 1, 2007 Connecticut is authorized 46 units consisting of 3,685 Soldiers in Force
Structure Authorizations (FSA).  By the conclusion of this fiscal year, transformation
actions which began approximately 18 months ago will be almost complete.
The 134th Military Police Company, 223rd Military Police Detachment and 192nd
Chemical Battalion will be deactivated and consolidated with the newly formed 192nd
Military Police Battalion - Interment and Relocation (I/R) which is authorized 148
Soldiers.

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Re: America, WAKE-UP! "Quadrant Sign Code"--EXPOSED! This Way To CAMP FEMA
« Reply #87 on: March 01, 2008, 12:04:46 AM »
I heard years ago that there were codes on signs that were able to be read by the "black helicopters" to direct them to various points of interest.

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Re: ** Military Police Battalion - Internment and Relocation (I/R) **
« Reply #88 on: March 01, 2008, 12:33:02 PM »
Found this article this morning:  http://www.usnews.com/usnews/news/articles/040612/12weidenbush.htm


The below information provides doctrinal capabilities of an Internment Resettlement Brigade, limitations and resources authorized for this type unit.


The 800th MP Bde is one of only 2 Bde's in the Army whose mission is Internment and Resettlement. According to FM 3-19.40, and FM 3-19.1, an I/R Brigade conducts operations in rear area located in the COMMZ (communications zone), away from the combat zone.  MG Taguba's report supported this by stating "The 800th MP Bde experienced challenges adapting its task organizational structure, training, and equipment resources from a unit designed to conduct standard EPW operations in the COMMZ.  Further, the doctrinally trained MP soldier to detainee population ratio and facility layout templates are predicated on a compliant, self-disciplining EPW population, and not criminals or high-security internees." I conducted a further analysis in comparing a Combat Support MP Brigade vs. an MP I/R Bde's structure, capabilities and personnel authorizations.  There is a striking difference in how the organizations are structured with regard to its capabilities and personnel authorizations.  This is important to note because the 18th MP Bde, a Regular Army Combat Support Bde, was originally tasked to perform this mission but was overwhelmed.  Therefore, CJTF-7 tasked the 800th MP Bde to assume the corrections mission and support CPA while retaining its other on-going EPW missions.  In effect, the 800th MP Bde's mission grew from 2 facilities to over 15 within the entire country and had the added responsibility of providing support to CPA.  As explained within, CPA prisons department was poorly staffed and non-functional.  MG Taguba failed to state that the 800th MP Bde senior leaders expressed concern to the 377th Theater Support Command and CJTF-7 Commander that the Brigade was not structured to handle such a monumental mission nor trained in correctional type missions.  Despite these concerns, CJTF-7 knowingly took risk and assigned the 800th MP Bde its mission. . . .

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« Reply #89 on: March 01, 2008, 12:41:39 PM »
More info!  Just found this article: http://209.85.173.104/search?q=cache:PS0v5vobpP8J:www.ftmeade.army.mil/soundoff/archives/SO2001/20Dec2001/html/Cover-Story.htm+Military+Police+Battalion+-+Interment+and+Relocation+(I/R)&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us


The horrific events of Sept. 11 and the following mobilization of the nation's armed forces were a trial by fire for the Army's new slogan, "Army of One."

The massive call-up of Army Reserve units in the weeks following the terrorist attacks has placed America's citizen-soldiers in a position not experienced since Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm more than 10 years ago.

Now, as they were then, active and Reserve components are standing side-by-side for the defense of the country.

The 400th Military Police (MP) Battalion is the installation's latest partner in the fight against terror.

The unit has been providing force protection and Access Control  services for the National Security Agency (NSA) here since its activation in late October.

The battalion is accomplishing its mission with soldiers from its Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC).

This makes the task especially interesting since the majority of the troops at the gates are not MPs, according to Master Sgt. James Cox, the battalion operations sergeant major.

"In developing our training program, we had to ensure that our support personnel were given the same training as our MPs," said Cox.

The 400th is classified as a Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW) Internment and Resettlement (I/R) MP battalion.

Its traditional wartime mission is to conduct operations to shelter, sustain, guard, protect and account for up to 4,000 EPWs, civilian internees and/or displaced persons in the 3rd U.S. Army area of operations.

To do this, the battalion and HHC are assigned cooks, engineers, medics, mechanics, carpenters,  intelligence specialists and other non-police occupational specialties.

Cox and other senior noncommissioned officers (NCOs) in the battalion operations section, or S-3, developed a training program to ensure that both their MPs and support troops were qualified to perform Access Control duties here.

"We formed our training program around standards used by the Installation Provost Marshal Office (PMO) to certify garrison MPs," said Cox.

Battalion personnel underwent a rigorous, 30-day train-up under the watchful eyes of observers from 1st Army.

The soldiers learned or refreshed  defensive driving, first aid, marksmanship, unarmed self-defense, traffic control, force protection and legal skills, as well as learning Access Control procedures unique to Fort Meade and the NSA.  "As reservists, we bring skills and training used in our civilian jobs to the mission.

"For example, the NCO that conducted the defensive driving block is also a driving instructor certified by the state of Maryland," said Battalion Command Sgt. Maj. Kurtis Timmer, an officer with the U.S. Capitol Police.

"And, I chose (Master) Sgt. Cox and my other two NCOs in the S-3 because of their real-world experience as police officers. Their skills are current because of their day-to-day jobs," Timmer continued.

Cox is a K-9 officer with the Metro Washington Airport Police Department who took part in clearing Dulles and Reagan National airports immediately following the  attacks Sept. 11.

Other examples of civilian training used by reservists in uniform are Sgt.

William Hise, an  automotive technician for a Cadillac dealership who is the battalion's motor pool shop foreman, and Spc. Leslie Applegate, a cook at NASA Langley and a food service specialist for the unit.

Following the train-up, the battalion was certified as "ready-for-duty" by 1st Army, and they headed to the gates.

Shift supervisor 1st Lt. Robert Wyks is responsible for the well-being of the soldiers at each position.

"It's my job to make sure that each soldier gets fed and relieved for breaks," he said.

The guards generally work in teams and rotate between posts to relieve the monotony of static assignments, according to Wyks.

Each soldier is given breaks throughout the day, and all are given a chance for hot chow at the Four Hats Dining Facility, an arrangement that greatly benefits the battalion because of the facility's quality of services and location near the gates, said Cox.

The hard work and dedication of the soldiers in his command have made the activation easier than it might have been, according to Timmer.

"Everyone has had to make adjustments, and for some, it has been harder than for others.

"Probably 95 percent of these troops have never deployed before. Long work days, relocation, pay differences and family separation have all taken their toll," said Timmer.

Soldiers from cities outside the immediate area have moved into the consolidated barracks on 6th Armored Cavalry Road.

Those within reasonable driving distance are allowed to go home when not on duty, but many spend free time with their comrades living in the barracks.

"The soldiers are taking care of each other," said Timmer.

While their civilian jobs are protected by federal law during activation, few of the reservists reported any other problems with their employers.

"My department offered to supplement my Army pay if it was less than what I made with them," said Wyks, a firefighter and medic with the Prince William County Fire Department.

"My company has been real supportive. Before I left, they told me to be careful," said Spc. Keenan Hankins, a security officer and MP.

The battalion's biggest challenges, now that the train-up is complete, is the continuation of readiness training, maintenance of morale and the alleviation of monotony, according to Timmer.

"I would rate our morale as average, and in the case of some of the younger soldiers, above average.

"Most of the troops are really excited to be doing something for the country," he said.

Although leaders are sometimes removed from the feelings of their subordinates, Timmer's assessment seemed to hit the mark.

"I'm proud to serve any way I can," said Spc. Jamison Greene, a full-time student before being activated.

Greene volunteered for the mission — putting his education at Tidewater Community College in Virginia Beach, Va., on hold.

"This is what we train for. When Uncle Sam says 'Go,' we say 'Okay,'" said Sgt. 1st Class Chris Conner, a program analyst for the Department of Defense.

In an effort to maintain morale, the battalion is concentrating on several areas.

"First, we made sure every soldier had the equipment necessary to perform the mission.

"We provide them with 24-hour support, making sure they get breaks, hot chow, post rotation and days off," said Timmer.

"Many of the battalion's senior NCOs are going to stand watch during the holidays so that soldiers can get some time with their families.

"We've also selected a BOSS (Better Opportunities for Single Service Members) representative to work with the installation BOSS program," he said.

Perhaps the greatest morale booster, according to Timmer, has been the Family Readiness Group.

The group conducted numerous readiness briefings for soldiers and their families, including a make-up session at the McGill Training and Education Center Dec. 8.

Attendees, many of whom were not familiar with Army benefits, received briefings on TRICARE health and dental programs, Army Emergency Relief assistance and  American Red Cross services.

Shuttle buses were also provided to transport soldiers and family members to the Military Personnel Division for identification cards.

"The adjustments are hard, and I understand what you are going through," said Brig. Gen. Theodore Szakmary, 220th MP Brigade commander, to the assembled families at the Dec. 8 briefing.

"This is our time to defend what we stand for, and sometimes the easiest part is putting on the uniform.

"Thank you for giving us your loved ones," he said.

The general offered families the opportunity to e-mail or call him at home if any problems arose that could not be fixed through normal channels.

The battalion falls under operational control of the installation, sharing information and resources with the PMO.

"Everyone here has been great about getting us what we need to accomplish our mission," said Timmer.

"Being a part of this mission really brings home the slogan, 'One Team, One Fight,'" he said.
It seems that at least on Fort Meade, "Army of One" is more than a catchy advertising campaign.  Here, the philosophy of active and Reserve units, family members, retirees and Department of the Army civilians working together  has proven itself worthy of the nation it serves.

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« Reply #90 on: May 06, 2008, 02:14:14 AM »
Is the above "article" supposed to justify the mass murder (see genicide) the "army of one" is currently commiting in the middle east and Africa or what?? Sure sounds like it to me!

Blackwater, are you a mole for the administration of G.W. Bush or what??

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I see 2012 as another NWO misinfo as Y2K: http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=34698.msg158393#msg158393

I see the 2012 date helping point #1.


1.  Make dates-prophecy of some impending event, like Y2K, a Rapture and the coming 2012--this will cause people to wait and do nothing, as they rely on the date to fix the problem and not themselves to fix it.  This stall tactic will create burnout to lessen the numbers and intensity.


2.  Plug the "time isn't right" to take action because not enough sheep are awakened, and that the WWW or whatever media platform will deliver them from evil and the movement with the right amount of money and people will snowball into millions. Post, Post, read, wait & listen will be the mantra--stay in house, don't come out "just yet."

3.  Always hint at a possible political solution (Ron Paul) that will save the day and we won't need to do hard work, the Republic will come as a feather bed.

4.  Have your movement hinge on one personality, no real hierachy beyond that.  Listen to him/her like it was the word of God.

5.  Be paranoid and negative and not progressive and hopeful.

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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #93 on: October 07, 2008, 11:14:53 PM »


1.  Make dates-prophecy of some impending event, like Y2K, a Rapture and the coming 2012--this will cause people to wait and do nothing, as they rely on the date to fix the problem and not themselves to fix it.  This stall tactic will create burnout to lessen the numbers and intensity.


2.  Plug the "time isn't right" to take action because not enough sheep are awakened, and that the WWW or whatever media platform will deliver them from evil and the movement with the right amount of money and people will snowball into millions. Post, Post, read, wait & listen will be the mantra--stay in house, don't come out "just yet."

3.  Always hint at a possible political solution (Ron Paul) that will save the day and we won't need to do hard work, the Republic will come as a feather bed.

4.  Have your movement hinge on one personality, no real hierachy beyond that.  Listen to him/her like it was the word of God.

5.  Be paranoid and negative and not progressive and hopeful.

what's this?.. how to make a cult for dummies or something? ;D I bet the advanced version teaches to balance the dos and donts so u can do the donts without doing them, and make it seem ur not doing some of the dos even tho u are.. :b

gd stuff tho..
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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #94 on: February 28, 2009, 03:18:32 PM »
And now you know why 250 million of the "stimulus" package goes to more concentration camps
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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #95 on: March 02, 2009, 11:12:19 AM »
And now you know why 250 million of the "stimulus" package goes to more concentration camps

Its probably more money than that. The stimulus bill gave each branch of the military arounf $80 million for something like "family centers." I can't remember the exact name of what they were called, but it would be easy enough to find in the stimulus bill.

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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #96 on: December 20, 2009, 11:48:50 PM »
http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/630.html

Doesn't this just make you want to go out and arrest Obama for possible future crimes?
Indefinite detention
Are you going to be one of them for standing up for your rights?


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« Reply #97 on: December 21, 2009, 12:18:30 PM »

FEMA Administrator Fugate Meets Top Israeli Official To Discuss Emergency Management Issues
http://www.fema.gov/news/newsrelease.fema?id=48950

Talk about an axis of evil...

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« Reply #98 on: December 21, 2009, 11:58:50 PM »
Talk about an axis of evil...


  8)             Yes it's insane
                     and yes they're working on it.


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« Reply #99 on: December 15, 2011, 04:41:32 PM »
What...we're supposed to be surprised that, as 2012 approaches, KBR contracts are going active and DHS is warning about the same "influx of foreigners" they were drilling for in 1984?

This is a thread that people might want to review...
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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #100 on: December 15, 2011, 07:05:28 PM »
12 JOBS to be had in the NWO !!!!

1) FEMA Camp Counselor.  Just cuz the members are due to be incinerated doesn't mean they can't find peace with their Maker first.

2) Incinerator Operator.  Must be willing to work 12-15 hour shifts as we will have lots of bodies that need cremating.

3) FEMA truck driver.  Must possess a CDL-A and be hazmat qualified.  After all between the vaccines, nerve gases, and bio-weapons you'll never know what you are transporting.

4) San-Fed-ren - Must have a legal background and be willing to convict no matter what in the new NWO Kritocracy (governmental council of judges).  Misdemeanor or Felony no un-Constitutional conviction rejected.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanhedrin

5) UAV remote pilot.   Hey do you like X-Box, are you kinda nerdy ?  Then a UAV remote pilot may be the career for you.  Have all the safety of a FEMA Camp bunker while you bomb poison all the insurrectionists who want to take away your gov't job and video gaming rights.

6) GMO Food Prep. Chef.   While the "guests" are waiting for their turn in the incinerators use your culinary experience to serve them nice hot and steamy GMO foods supplied by Monsanto.  After all all prisoners are entitled to a last meal.  Your job will be to make it palatable for the short term. 

7) NWO Chemist:  That fluoride compunds for water and the thimerisol compounds for vaccines aint going to prepare themselves.   That and any bio-weapons will need precise engineering.    ;D

8.) Response Clergy -  Your job will be to bring them to the FEMA Camps, provide spiritual assistance, and possible fluroide compound for a relaxing effect, until the FEMA Camp counselors can get them situated.  No denomination turned away.

9) Fuel transporter - The FEMA Camp incinerators and trucks won't fuel themselves.  Be a part of a team that supports the national Globalist cause.

10) Fuel miners and refiners - Again nothing will work without the fuel supplies.

11)  Truck and Incinerator Mechanics -  Due to the high volume of service, many technicians may be needed to keep up with demand.

12) Coffin Warehouse Worker -  In case people die before getting to Camp FEMA workers will need to be able to load coffins from FEMA warehouses onto trucks heading out to pick up areas.  Workers must be able to lift 50 - 100 pounds on a repetative basis.

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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #101 on: January 22, 2012, 10:13:23 PM »
This report mentions Endgame...it basically makes a case for "more beds".

Very interesting numbers concerning "deportable aliens" and how many aliens are released from detention...

http://www.oig.dhs.gov/assets/Mgmt/OIG_06-33_Apr06.pdf


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two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions which mandate the release of criminal and other high-risk aliens
180 days after the issuance of the final removal order except in “Special Circumstances.” Collectively, the bed space, personnel and funding shortages coupled with the other factors, has created an unofficial “mini-amnesty” program for criminal and other high-risk aliens.
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Re: ENDGAME: Department of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan 2003-2012
« Reply #102 on: July 08, 2014, 07:52:13 PM »
ICE should have plenty of bunk space after ten years of preparing for a huge influx. Not counting the Rex 84 preparations begun over 30 years ago...

This is a good time to go back and look at the beginning of this thread...
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