Millions of Americans around the United States, go about their daily tasks, without much thought of the more in depth workings the Government does in plain daylight. They feel comfortable, and secure to them ignorance truly is a sort of bliss, but unfortunately when things eventually hit the fan, its not bliss that anyone is left with.
Currently in the United States, there are more than 800 US concentration camps set up. The first thought that may come to your mind is Nazi concentration camps, or the Japanese concentration camps, that sprang up in the wake of the Pearl Harbor raid, and both of those would be accurate. These concentration camps are fully functional, and are ready at a moments notice to hold prisoners in the event of an emergency. Some of the camps are smaller and can only hold 10-20,000 people, but the largest of the facilities is located in Fairbanks Alaska, and could possibly hold over 2 million people.
All of these facilities are guarded pretty heavily with camera's, armed guards, even helicopters and black patrol vehicles can be seen while camera crews investigated them earlier this year. Roads and railroad tracks lead in and out of each facility, and some of the large ones, even have airstrips, or airports nearby. Barbed wire fences surround the structures, with the barbs pointing inward, not outward. This suggests that they are not trying to keep people from entering the property, they are trying to keep people from leaving it. There are large gas chambers, with pipes leading in and out of them, and large housing buildings where large amounts of people can easily be housed, and guarded.
Now your probably wondering to yourself, how there could be over 800 detention camps, sitting around the US, and you haven't seen or heard about them yet? The fact is the Government is very good at hiding things, and if there is nobody to question what they are doing, then nobody will ever find out. These buildings are operated by FEMA, also known as the "Federal Emergency Management Agency", in case Martial Law was implemented inside the US. So that answers the question of who is going to be locked up inside of those detainment facilities....you
On March 18, 2008 congress met in a "secret session," something that has only happened 6 times since 1825. Congress is allowed to meet in these secret meeting to discuss very important topics concerning the US, such as trade agreements with Great Britain back in May of 1830. The meeting was concerning FEMA, and information about the secret session was accidentally leaked. The meeting, which, according to news sources, was to discuss new surveillance techniques to be used in the United States for homeland security. Also rumored was information regarding a possible economic collapse by January of '09. In March, this information seemed impossible, but as we have seen our country go in to a recession, and our economy suffer more and more this year, the rumored information seems to be more truthful then once believed.
Now you may be thinking at this point, that rumor is rumor, and even if Martial law was implemented, you as a US citizen, would be protected. What about the rights to the US citizens, that happened to be of Japanese descent during the war with Japan? After the bombing on Pearl Harbor, those citizens in the US were rounded up, detained, and placed in those concentration camps, to be held until the duration of war. Their US constitutional rights were stripped and they were treated as if they were terrorist. The government doesn't need a reason to nab you in the night and take you away. You leave your digital camera out on the table, well in Martial Law, that can be considered propaganda material, and away your shipped to be detained.
The fact is that you can never be sure what is going to happen in the event of such emergencies, but wouldn't you want to know that your Government is doing everything it can to help you? not detain and/or take away the constitutional rights that are yours as a US citizen? I think it would be appropriate to note the quote by Thomas Jefferson.
"When the people fear their government, there is tyranny. When the government fears it's people, there is liberty.