your're asking us to factually debunk things that already have no basis in fact. any argument on this thread is going to be circular.
video one is a blurry 30 second video of a trucking company that uses a symbol similar to the masons; just like angels and airwaves and half the statues on every college campus.
video 2 a conspiracy theorists rant. "no way, he's a former police officer!" just stop...stop.
video 3 is fucking glenn beck, seriously, a glenn beck video?
if you search long enough, you'll eventually convince yourself of anything.
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1. Clearly and obviously the Freemason logo.
2. Just because what the "former police officer" was saying isn't something that you believe doesn't mean it can't be true and you wouldn't have no clue if it is or isn't true so telling conspiracy theorist to "stop" over something you're not 100% about is dumb.
3. The Glen Beck video was only posted there because earlier that day he admitted that they were actual prisons and that he can't debunk them. Then he says he doesn't believe in them. You riddle me that.
It was a "scenario and drill" developed by the federal government to suspend the United States Constitution, declare martial law, place military commanders in charge of state and local governments, and detain large numbers of American citizens who are deemed to be "national security threats", in the event that the President declares a "State of National Emergency" to combat what the government perceived as "subversive activities", the plan also authorized the military to direct ordered movements of civilian populations at state and regional levels.
Rex 84 was written by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, who was both National Security Council White House Aide, and NSC liaison to the FEMA, and John Brinkerhoff, the deputy director of "national preparedness" programs for the FEMA.
Transcripts from the Iran-Contra Hearings in 1987 record the following dialogue between Congressman Jack Brooks, Oliver North's attorney Brendan Sullivan and Senator Daniel Inouye, the Democratic Chair of the joint Senate-House Committee.
[Congressman Jack] Brooks: Colonel North, in your work at the N.S.C. were you not assigned, at one time, to work on plans for the continuity of government in the event of a major disaster?
Brendan Sullivan [North's counsel, agitatedly]: Mr. Chairman?
[Senator Daniel] Inouye: I believe that question touches upon a highly sensitive and classified area so may I request that you not touch upon that?
Brooks: I was particularly concerned, Mr. Chairman, because I read in Miami papers, and several others, that there had been a plan developed, by that same agency, a contingency plan in the event of emergency, that would suspend the American constitution. And I was deeply concerned about it and wondered if that was an area in which he had worked. I believe that it was and I wanted to get his confirmation.
Inouye: May I most respectfully request that that matter not be touched upon at this stage. If we wish to get into this, I'm certain arrangements can be made for an executive session.