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Washington State is trying to create COVID concentration camps

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posted on Jan, 11 2022 @ 12:30 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
You a reply to: [post=26296911]projectvxn[/post
Do people actually think the government is in charge of the US? Open your eyes! Nixon gave over government power. Money controls the world. Money is power. Who controls the money controls the world. That’s always been true. The Fed runs the US and the world. It has no government oversight. It’s privatized. And controlled by the World Banking system. Who controls the WHO, the CDC, and WEF.
The Fed is in control of the stock market with its balance sheet of 6 trillion in treasury bonds and 2 trillion in stock bonds. It can crash if whenever it wants by simply unloading its balance sheet onto the market. Which it did in March of 2020. Do you realize the power these people have now? They shutdown the entire world economy using the Spanish flu and a 99.7% survival rate. That’s insane. Getting rid of the government would be like cutting off your pinky toe. It will give you a slight gimp maybe but you would hardly notice.
The path of Truth is narrow and hard to find. The road of lies is wide and traveled by many.
They are the Internationalist Ruling Elite running things and as Prof Antony Sutton wrote, they have no loyalties to any country. This is why all the commies floating around Congress complain and moan about nationalism.... it’s because they are not loyal to any country. It is the exact opposite of what our Founding Fathers envisioned. I have posted umpteen times about the UN and Agenda 21 here.



posted on Jan, 11 2022 @ 06:23 PM
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Sure didn't look or feel like concentration camps.
More like temporary internment camps and no one will/ would (hopefully) be starved, shot, hung or whipped.
That's the feeling I got at least but I guess the first inspectors of the Reich camps thought the same.

Be mindful and vigilant.
edit on 11-1-2022 by Factory because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 11 2022 @ 10:06 PM
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a reply to: Factory

I appreciate your view on this.

I take it you've been to these facilities? If so, can you elaborate on what you were shown?



posted on Jan, 11 2022 @ 11:09 PM
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a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus


The DOJ expanded their network today. Doubled its size.



posted on Jan, 12 2022 @ 04:54 AM
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originally posted by: Factory
Sure didn't look or feel like concentration camps.
More like temporary internment camps and no one will/ would (hopefully) be starved, shot, hung or whipped.
That's the feeling I got at least but I guess the first inspectors of the Reich camps thought the same.

Be mindful and vigilant.
How do you know they won’t whip or starve people? And that’s not an excuse anyway for locking people up for a fake pandemic in the first place.



posted on Jan, 14 2022 @ 08:34 PM
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posted on Jan, 15 2022 @ 11:06 PM
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a reply to: Guyfriday

This doesn't explain the ACTUAL Legislation that's being proposed here. Let me start with the following links:

This establishes the state's authority to enforce.

This establishes on what grounds one can be held against their will.

And this outlines how that will be done.

This is FAR more than a Native issue, and is a GROSS overreach of the State's powers, in my very subjective opinion.

TheBorg :-|
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posted on Jan, 17 2022 @ 10:46 AM
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a reply to: TheBorg

Misdemeanors, wowzers.

We're all going to die in the concentration camps soon!



posted on Jan, 17 2022 @ 12:48 PM
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a reply to: TheBorg

That's what I keep telling people but they aren't actually listening, don't believe it, or don't care.



posted on Jan, 17 2022 @ 04:37 PM
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a reply to: TheBorg

The concentrations camps are a Native American issue, and not a public issue. These camps are the main driver of all these discussions.

Now in case you were unaware these laws have been on the books for a while now, the only reason these are now being brought up is because of how Inslee has discussed using these laws against people who speak out against him.

If you were to go back and read WAC 246-100-045 that you posted, you would see that it in unenforceable.

At his or her sole discretion, the local health officer may isolate infected individuals declining treatment for the duration of their communicable infection.

That line right there is a violation of human rights and in effect prevents this law from being used. You cannot isolate a person or place them into quarantine when a treatment is available by preventing them from having access to that treatment. If a person enforced this law, then that person would be violating the "isolated" persons rights. Unlawful detainment is a thing.

As for the notion of "So what, the State will violate blah blah blah". That is the only reason that this issue is being brought up. In case you weren't aware of how things are going here in Washington State, the governor thinks he's a king. Inslee has broken the law so many times now that it boggles the mind. He has prevented members of the elected state congress for going into their offices, he has prevented the people of the state from having their voices heard on the floor of the state congress, he has violated Federal Laws on a number of occasions as well. Not to mention the outright theft of public property and back door dealings with other countries. Inslee was even involved with the planning of removing parts of the US and giving those areas over to NGOs.

So if you think these older laws are going to do anything, or protect anyone, or enable anyone. Well you don't understand how bad Inslee has been.



a reply to: projectvxn

It's not that no body cares or aren't listening, it's more like what would you like done?

(A) Want to vote him out, Inslee cheats the vote. Don't believe me look at his last election cycle and how little say anyone has in figuring that out.

(B) Go after him legally. That won't work since the state goes about that tactic in one of two ways; They either refuse to accept the lawsuit (as seen in Culp challenging the election) or the state will just take it to an Inslee appointed judge and have the case dismissed.

(C)Protest against his actions. Say hi to antifa and BLM since that's exactly who will show up and start the violence against anyone protesting. Fight back and state law enforcement will be brought in to arrest anyone other than state approved protestors (ie antifa and BLM)

So unless you want to advocate shooting him in public or something along those lines, it's not going to work getting him out of office. The Federal DoJ won't do anything against Inslee as long as the Socialist Alternative supports him, and the same goes for anyone else in the Federal Government. None of this is secret knowledge, and most people will just come out and admit that Inslee is a blatant Trotskyist criminal. Hell, Inslee has even taken control of the media by threatening them with revoking their right to work in the state if they run certain types of stories. (I know this from very reliable personal sources) Inslee can be linked to human sex trafficking, child exploitation, drug running, weapons running (I would say gun running, but military anti-aircraft weapons are hardly a "gun").

So what do you think we should do?

Back to the topical point here. Those concentration camps are not public areas. They are on Native American tribal lands and are for their policies. The laws that are being discussed have been on the books for a while now and were only getting renewed views since Inslee has threatened to use them against people who speak out against him. Does anyone in Washington State think that Inslee needs a law to do that? Nope the answer is nope. Inslee will end up doing that anyways. With or without a law.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 07:40 AM
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That line right there is a violation of human rights and in effect prevents this law from being used.


How asinine and naive.



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