The US Gov't vs We the People
Posted by Common Core Diva on Monday, August 31, 2020
Special thanks to my friend Joe Bantam for this post.
Lynne M Taylor, known as Common Core Diva, is featured in this 26 minute video. Lynne carefully highlights the points outlined in the military field manuals regarding Psyops and Internment Camps.
Per Joe (a 13 year army veteran), manuals are treated like gospel to the soldiers and commanders in field operations. They are like the bibles of warfare. So whatever is contained in them is adhered to like glue.
Two important manuals are FM 33-1-1 Psychological Operations Techniques and Procedures and FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations. They outline the procedures and rules of operation against civilians, including Americans (if necessary) in the event of a national emergency. The crisis we have at hand today qualifies as such an event.
At this time, no one is saying that these measures will occur, yet, but we are slowly creeping towards that moment when American civilians might be considered in some form an enemy of the state, considered enough to be detained for the “good of all people”. Given this, it’s our duty to be informed.
Please watch this 10 minute video which exposes FM 3-39.40:
The PDF link to:
U.S. Army FM 3-39.40
Internment and Resettlement Operations
Education (especially skill based) mentioned 90 times
Civilians are mentioned 203 times
Schools and their use mentioned 13 times
U.S. Army Field Manual FM 33-1-1
Psychological Operations Techniques and Procedures
Education is mentioned 18 times
Civilians is mentioned 83 times (especially how they can be classified)
Look especially for page 3-9 where ‘state enemy and state friend’ are mentioned.
(also note that in both FM guides UN groups are listed as helpers in the interment camps, as well as FEMA.)
Job listing for INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT SPECIALIST (31E) – Army
Remember that in the Field Manual guides, any building can be ‘squatted’ in and used for these resettlement/internment camps.
Author: Expat Gal
Expat Gal has been blessed to have known God as long as she can remember. She was raised Catholic and was baptized, made her First Communion and was confirmed in the Catholic faith. At 21, she left the Catholic faith to become a non-denominational Christian as she began to question some Catholic doctrine. One of her life’s highlights was her family’s lake baptism in 2013. In late March 2015, she received a strong Word from the Lord that your “family is no longer safe here” so she and her family permanently relocated outside the U.S. Her goal is to serve the Lord in any capacity He calls her to serve in.
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