U.S. Army Military Police School Civil Disturbance Operations Course

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  1. poncho

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    The following self-learning course from the U.S. Army Military Police School, which was formerly located at Fort McClellan, describes procedures for military police involvement in civil disturbance operations. The course makes it clear that temporary detention facilities in the event of a civil disturbance overloading local resources would be operated under existing military doctrine for internment facilities. The course cites U.S. Army FM 3-19.40 Internment/Resettlement Operations, which is now numbered FM 3-39.40 since its most recent revision in 2010, as the primary reference for the operation of these facilities.

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  2. mont974x4

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    So.

    The Army has plans for a lot of situations. The hope is that they have plans for every contingency.

    People need to not read too much into these things.
     
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    In other words bury your head in the sand. :BangHead:

    Poke yer head up and look around the USA is fast becoming a militarized police state with no due process and no habeas corpus. No fourth amendment, no fifth amendment, very little first amendment, Posse Comitatus is ignored and treated as though it's null and void and now they're trying to do away with the second amendment! But we don't need to read about how they intend to treat us after the dollar's total collapse. And it's going to collapse soon!

    What do you think is gong to happen after that? Civil obedience?

    Have you heard about or read the Posse Comitatus act?
     
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  4. billwald

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    I have been hearing "dollar collapse" for 20 years.
     
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    The following are 65 signs that the economic collapse is already happening all around us....

    1. Since Barack Obama entered the White House, the number of long-term unemployed Americans has doubled from 2.7 million to 5.4 million.

    2.
    The average duration of unemployment in the United States is nearly three times as long as it was back in the year 2000.

    3.
    The unemployment rate in the U.S. has been above 8 percent for 40 months in a row, and 42 percent of all unemployed Americans have been out of work for at least half a year.

    4.
    Unemployment in the eurozone has hit another brand new record high. It is now sitting at 11.2 percent. It has risen for 14 months in a row.

    5.
    The U.S. economy lost more than 220,000 small businesses during the recent recession.

    6.
    The percentage of Americans that are self-employed fell by more than 20 percent between 1991 and 2010.

    7.
    Overall, the number of "new entrepreneurs and business owners" dropped by a staggering 53 percent between 1977 and 2010.

    8.
    The unemployment rate in Spain is now up to 24.6 percent.

    9.
    Morgan Stanley is projecting that the unemployment rate in Greece will exceed 25 percent in 2013.

    10.
    Since Barack Obama became president, the price of a gallon of gasoline has risen from $1.85 to $3.49.

    11.
    The average American household spent approximately $4,155 on gasoline during 2011, and electricity bills in the U.S. have risen faster than the overall rate of inflation for five years in a row.

    12.
    About three times as many new homes were sold in the United States in 2005 as will be sold in 2012.

    13.
    While Barack Obama has been in the White House, home values in the United States have declined by 12 percent.

    14.
    According to AARP, 600,000 American homeowners that are 50 years of age or older are currently in foreclosure.

    15.
    Right now there are now 20.2 million Americans that spend more than half of their incomes on housing. That represents a 46 percent increase from 2001.

    16.
    According to Gallup, the current level of homeownership in the United States is the lowest that they have ever measured.

    17.
    Federal housing assistance increased by a whopping 42 percent between 2006 and 2010.

    18.
    In some areas of Detroit, Michigan you can buy a three bedroom home for just $500.

    19.
    All around us our cities are crumbling. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, 2.2 trillion dollars is needed just to repair critical infrastructure in the United States.

    20.
    The unemployment rate in New York City is now back up to 10 percent. That equals the peak unemployment rate in New York City during the last recession.

    21.
    Back in 1950, more than 80 percent of all men in the United States had jobs. Today, less than 65 percent of all men in the United States have jobs.

    22.
    The U.S. Postal Service is about to default on a 5.5 billion dollar payment for future retiree health benefits.

    23.
    According to Graham Summers, "when we account for all the backdoor schemes Germany has engaged in to prop up the EU, Germany's REAL Debt to GDP is closer to 300%."

    24.
    According to the Federal Reserve, the median net worth of families in the United States declined "from $126,400 in 2007 to $77,300 in 2010".

    25.
    The U.S. trade deficit with China during 2011 was 28 times larger than it was back in 1990.

    26.
    The United States has lost more than 56,000 manufacturing facilities since 2001.

    27.
    During 2010 alone, an average of 23 manufacturing facilities permanently shut down in the United States every single day.

    28.
    The U.S. government says that the number of Americans "not in the labor force" rose by 17.9 million between 2000 and 2011. During the entire decade of the 1980s, the number of Americans "not in the labor force" rose by only 1.7 million.

    29.
    Eight million Americans have "left the labor force" since the recession supposedly ended. If those Americans were added back into the unemployment figures, the unemployment rate would be somewhere up around 12 percent.

    30.
    Approximately 53 percent of all U.S. college graduates under the age of 25 were either unemployed or underemployed last year.

    31.
    At this point, one out of every four American workers has a job that pays $10 an hour or less. If that sounds like a high figure, that is because it is. Today, the United States actually has a higher percentage of workers doing low wage work than any other major industrialized nation does.

    32.
    Back in 1980, less than 30% of all jobs in the United States were low income jobs. Today, more than 40% of all jobs in the United States are low income jobs.

    33.
    According to one study, between 1969 and 2009 the median wages earned by American men between the ages of 30 and 50 declined by 27 percent after you account for inflation.


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    In that case your hearing is fine Bill.
     

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