US: Continuity of Government and Martial Law


Added: July 16, 2008
Source: YouTube

Video compilation about continuity of government plans for martial law including the KSLA News report of the 26,000 pastors recruited for handling the people during a martial law take over.

There are over 800 camps throughout the United States.
Recently 26,000 pastors were recruited by FEMA(Federal Emergency Management Association) to instruct their congregations that in case of an emergency they are to peacefully hand over their arms and their children and go to the camps.
In a case like Hurricane Katrina, people were starving, and had no home.
They had no choice but to go to the FEMA camps or die of starvation.
Is this the choice you want to be left with in the event of a local or national emergency, or might it be smarter to prepare now with emergency food, water and supplies?

To further your education listen to and watch everything by G. Edward Griffin and Alex Jones on the Internet, the GCN network at gcnlive.com and RBN.
Support congressmen Peter DeFazio and Ron Paul.

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1 thought on “US: Continuity of Government and Martial Law

  1. HAND OVER MY GUNS AND PROCEED TO THE CAMPS? COME TAKE THEM, I’LL BE WAITING!!
    AMERICA WILL NEVER BE OVERTHROWN, EVEN BY ITS OWN GOVERNMENT!!

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