View Full Version : FEMA sources and Bush Martial Law decree

Chris Ostlind
10-08-2008, 05:11 PM
This is from the Wayne Madsen Report. Madsen is a DC-based investigative reporter, formerly a US Navy Officer and employee of the NSA.

Madsen has some fairly solid credentials as a guy in touch with the government, as well as professionally in the field of journalism. Take what you will from the piece and do your own research on the potential before you go off half-cocked.


October 8-10, 2008 -- FEMA sources confirm coming martial law

WMR has learned from knowledgeable Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) sources that the Bush administration is putting the final touches on a plan that would see martial law declared in the United States with various scenarios anticipated as triggers. The triggers include a continuing economic collapse with massive social unrest, bank closures resulting in violence against financial institutions, and another fraudulent presidential election that would result in rioting in major cities and campuses around the country.

In addition, Army Corps of Engineer sources report that the assignment of the 3rd Infantry Divisionís 1st Brigade Combat Team (BCT) to the Northern Command's U.S. Army North is to augment FEMA and federal law enforcement in the imposition of traffic controls, crowd control, curfews, enhanced border and port security, and neighborhood patrols in the event a national emergency being declared. The BCT was assigned to duties in Iraq before being assigned to the Northern Command.

On April 3, 2008, WMR reported on a highly-classified document regarding the martial law scenario: WMR has learned from knowledgeable sources within the US financial community that an alarming confidential and limited distribution document is circulating among senior members of Congress and their senior staff members that is warning of a bleak future for the United States if it does not quickly get its financial house in order. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is among those who have reportedly read the document. The document is being called the "C & R" document because it reportedly states that if the United States defaults on loans and debt underwriting from China, Japan, and Russia, all of which are propping up the United States government financially, and the United States unilaterally cancels the debts, America can expect a war that will have disastrous results for the United States and the world. "Conflict" is the "C" word in the document. The other scenario is that the federal government will be forced to drastically raise taxes in order to pay off debts to foreign countries to the point that the American people will react with a popular revolution against the government. "Revolution" is the document's "R" word.

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10-08-2008, 05:59 PM
Chris, you should know that as soon as someone speaks out against the powers that be, they no longer have any credibility. Mr. Masden, by dint of this assertion, is a left-wing nut job.

George Roberts
10-08-2008, 06:02 PM
It is unlikely that the US has enough of a military/police presence to control nation wide riots.

10-08-2008, 06:11 PM
Another good reason to bring the troops home.

George Roberts
10-08-2008, 06:44 PM
So the economic collapse is a democratic plan to end the wars by bringing the troops home. :)

I love it.

10-08-2008, 07:48 PM
This report is behind a pay wall. I can see people putting this stuff out for personal gain. No thanks.