Continuing my investigation into those states that are supposedly declaring their “sovereignty” from the federal government under the Tenth Amendment, I have added further to my case that the so-called “sovereignty movement” is a farce used to conceal the several states’ cooperation with an increasingly fascistic federal government.

This additional evidence comes in the form of the various martial law drills and exercises that have been conducted in recent months across the nation.

Colorado, one of the states declaring it’s “sovereignty,” was host to martial law drills in Denver during the 2008 presidential campaign, as well as in Colorado Springs. Colorado has two FEMA camp locations.

Alabama hosts a company named Body Guard and Tactical Security (BATS), which supplied personnel for the martial law takeover drill in New Orleans following Katrina (see the eighth paragraph of this article). In addition, Alabama is host to six FEMA camp locations.

The town of Helena, Arkansas was under martial law in the summer of 2008. Arkansas is among the states declaring its sovereignty. Arkansas also hosts several FEMA camps.

California has held martial law and FEMA camp drills since 2001. California’s governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger is an admitted admirer of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, as well as being the son of a Nazi police officer who was in the SS in WWII. California is also among those states now supposedly declaring it’s “sovereignty” from the federal government. California has several FEMA camp locations, including Vandenberg Air Force Base.

The Third Infantry’s 1st Brigade, which returned from Iraq in October 2008 to police the United States in violation of the 1876 Posse Comitatus Act, is under the command of NORTHCOM (also a violation of Posse Comitatus, as well as the Constitution) and is stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia. Georgia is also a state alleging to declare “sovereignty” from the federal government. Fort Benning, among several other locations in Georgia, has a FEMA detention center.

Recently, there were martial law drills in Hayden, Idaho. Idaho is yet another of the several states declaring its “sovereignty.” Idaho also has a probable FEMA detention camp.

Indianapolis, Indiana hosted martial law drills in 2008, disguised as “urban warfare drills” for troops going to Iraq. Indiana is also “declaring sovereignty.” Indiana has several FEMA camps.

Missouri’s SB1212 calls for, among other things, “members of the Missouri National Guard [to be] ordered to active duty in the case of a declaration of martial law.” Missouri is another of the states supposedly not cooperating with that sort of thing anymore, having declared its “sovereignty.” Missouri will also host “detainees.”

A U.S. Marine drill sergeant boasted, in early 2008, that the U.S. military is preparing troops to “fire on women and children wherever appropriate, ‘show no mercy’ etc.” and that martial law and FEMA camps are being prepared for in the U.S. and prisoner boxcars are being pre-positioned in Montana for this purpose. Montana is also among those states that has supposedly declared “sovereignty.”

An alleged FEMA camp is located in Northernwestern New Hampshire, near Lake Hampshire. New Hampshire is also among the states now declaring sovereignty.

The states declaring “sovereignty” under the Tenth Amendment also include Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington.  All of these states also host FEMA detention facilities.

So, given the track record of the states “declaring sovereignty,” can any of these “resolutions” be worth the paper they were printed on?

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