Moves To Block Free Speech
Troubled by the blatant omission of the episode in
reruns, Camp FEMA Producer Gary Franchi said, "They have only
fanned the flames and brought greater attention to the issue. It's an
admission to the truth about FEMA camps in America."
Jones, on his radio program InfoWars, said that he was at liberty
to speak about part of the cover-up.
He says Tennessee Representative Steve Cohen “sent letters to
Time Warner. He sent
letters to the subdivision, TruTV” and he even managed to get “the
ADL involved behind the scenes.”
Toward the end of the program in question, Ventura
speaks to Cohen about the legislation, HR 645, The National Emergency
Centers Establishment Act. Cohen
seemed not to recognize the bill until Ventura presented him with a
copy, on camera.
In response to Ventura and the Police State
episode, Cohen took a Southern Poverty Law Center-type stance in his
scathing Op Ed for Roll Call on December 7, 2010 in which he stated,
“…when the media purposely distort the facts to create confusion and
mislead people, they must be held accountable.”
Franchi stated, "The censorship of TruTV almost mirrors the
attack levied against our film Camp FEMA: American Lockdown by the
Southern Poverty Law Center after it's broadcast on PBS."
Cohen wrote that the legislation he “co-sponsored
with my colleagues, H.R. 645, which has never even passed out of a
subcommittee” would be used to “establish emergency operations
centers to share information and provide assistance in case of
emergencies and natural disasters.”
That part is true, but what Cohen conveniently forgets to mention
is that this sort of thing has happened before in the United States, and
it wasn’t as innocent as he claims.
Lewis and Franchi remind viewers, in their
documentary Camp FEMA, that American citizens have already been the
victims of internment, as more than two-thirds of those interned during
World War II in the United States were, in fact, American citizens.
Internment camp survivor, Sam Ozaki, gives a chilling account of
what happened while in the facilities.
“…when Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066,
we were all rounded up like cattle and placed into America’s
concentration camps.” Ozaki
reminds viewers “they called them Assembly Centers.”
A newscaster at the time stated that these assembly centers were
“bounded by a wire fence and guarded by military police.”
Ozaki remembers that ”at least 10 persons shot and killed by
American guards” for getting too close to the fences surrounding the
Ventura, along with Jones, and Lewis and Franchi,
simply want to know, if these are for emergencies and natural disaster,
why would there be barbed wire facing toward the facility, keeping
people in, and why on military bases?
Since the release of Camp FEMA: American Lockdown
and Enemy of the State: Camp FEMA Part 2 and the one airing of the
Ventura/TruTV Police State episode, Lewis and Franchi have received
e-mails telling of peculiar behavior in several areas of the country.
Most notably, the Charlotte, NC area, where there are several
“guard towers” going up all over the city, but especially near
vacant warehouses. Some
were even going up near football stadiums.
He even noticed towers going up in Virginia, as well.
One person speaks of FEMA building on to every exposed area at a
school in his area in Kansas. Another
writes that a major facility to be shared by the Armed Forces, National
Guard and “emergency housing for FEMA” is being built near a major
artery in Wichita, KS.
Cohen and the government are bent on covering up
any of this information and demonizing anyone who speaks out about it.
Lewis and Franchi have already been targeted by the Southern
Poverty Law Center and CNN in what can only be described as damage
control. Lewis states.
“The harder they try to cover this up, the more apparent it becomes. FEMA camps are a reality in the United States of America and
Representative Cohen’s actions prove that beyond a shadow of a
For more information on the two FEMA documentary
films and to view the trailers, please visit http://CampFEMA.Com.
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