They Have a Little Dissident List - 8 Million LongSubmitted by hawkiye on Wed, 04/08/2009 - 02:59
A They also have top secret Detention Centers for dissidents. Perhaps the Fema Centers are a decoy? The Dissident list is a classic Key piece in the Mussolini blue print for closing down a free and open society. Mussolini and Hitler just murdered them all after round ups. No reeducation!
Go to the link and read the whole article with all it's links for reference etc. Here are some excerpts:
The business end of government: It always comes down to the barrel of a gun or the edge of an Executioner's blade.
For a long time, filed in the category of "Things We Always Knew But Couldn't Prove" we could find the assumption that the Regime has a Little List -- a database of people who would be subject to questioning, detention, or worse, in the event of a "national emergency."
We now can file that assumption in the category of "Awful Things We Know For Sure.
According to "The Last Roundup," a diligently researched and carefully written investigative piece in Radar magazine: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19871.htm
The List is not an artifact of overheated imagination, but rather a tangible and portentious reality...
"There exists a database of Americans who, often for the slightest and most trivial reason, are considered unfriendly, and who, in a time of panic, might be incarcerated. The database can identify and locate perceived `enemies of the state' almost instantaneously"...
The "List" is actually a database called Main Core that reportedly contains the names of at least 8 million Americans. Based on what is known of previous lists compiled by the FBI and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Radar speculates -- quite responsibly -- that Main Core "includes dissidents and activists of various stripes, political and tax protesters, lawyers and professors, publishers and journalists, gun owners, illegal aliens, foreign nationals, and a great many other harmless, average people..."
At about the time Hoover (who, ironically enough, opposed the WWII-era roundup and detention of Japanese-Americans) was poring over his list of potential detainees, the security establishment was beavering away at "Operation High Point," a crash program to build a sprawling underground survival complex at Mount Weather, a tract of federally owned land near Bluemont, Virginia.
"The true priorities of our ruling class can be deduced from this fact: While it has undertaken a detailed, expensive plan to ensure the continuity of government, there is no corresponding effort to ensure the continuity of freedom."
In its expose the following year, The Progressive reported that Mount Weather's computer systems could "obtain millions of pieces [of] information on the personal lives of American citizens by tapping the data stored at any of the 96 Federal Relocation Centers" -- which, Radar helpfully explains, was "a reference to other classified facilities." The FEMA/Mount Weather surveillance program was run entirely outside the law, and its information was inaccessible even to House and Senate "oversight" committees...