Fed Hiring of Concentration Camp Guards: AD NOW WITHDRAWN!

Fed Hiring of Concentration Camp Guards: AD NOW WITHDRAWN!


Would you like a job putting people into concentration camps?

Your government's "help wanted" ads say that you can earn while you learn to be a "Internment / Resettlement Specialist"

Definition of Internment- SEE Wikipedia: Internment
Internment is the imprisonment or confinement[1] of people, commonly in large groups, without trial.
Here was where the Army National Guard had their actual video:



We were particularly interested in the part about bringing in "detainees" to reeducate and return them to productive life! The thought criminal's mind will be cleansed of all unauthorized thoughts. YEAH!

Here is the CURRENT main index of jobs:


At this time a search on this page, for the word Internment, shows no matches.

Here is a discussion of the ad:


Here is where the ACTUAL ad was:


This redirects to jobview.monster.com

This NOW directs to the following message:

"We're Sorry.
This job has been removed from the site and is no longer available for viewing."

Thank the Lord for the internet; shedding the light of day on the building of tyranny before it is too late! A small amount of exposure does a big job.

BUT, please do not assume that they are not still trying. They will just be more careful now. They will just try not to be so obvious.

BUT, they will not be able to undo what we now know. They will not be able to undo what we can now prove about their goals. The "cat is out of the bag". It is too late. THE PLAN HAS BEEN EXPOSED!

Here is the text of ad that they have now withdrawn:

Job Title: Corrections Officer – Internment/Resettlement Specialist
Company: Army National Guard
Location: Multiple locations
Job Status: Part Time
Job Category: Security/Protective Services
Career Level: Student (High School)
Experience: Less than 1 Year
Occupations: Correctional Officer
Military Combat
General/Other: Security/Protective Services
Job Description

As an Internment/Resettlement Specialist for the Army National Guard, you will ensure the smooth running of military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility, similar to those duties conducted by civilian Corrections Officers. This will require you to know proper procedures and military law; and have the ability to think quickly in high-stress situations. Specific duties may include assisting with supervision and management operations; providing facility security; providing custody, control, supervision, and escort; and counseling individual prisoners in rehabilitative programs.

By joining this specialty, you will develop the skills that will prepare you for a rewarding career with law enforcement agencies or in the private security field.

Earn while you learn

Get paid to learn! In the Army National Guard, you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.

Job training for an Internment/Resettlement Specialist requires approximately 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training, which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training. Part of the training is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Some of the skills you'll learn include military laws and jurisdictions; level of force procedures; unarmed self-defense techniques; police ethics procedures; interpersonal communications skills; close confinement operations; search and restraint procedures; use of firearms; custody and control procedures.


· Paid training

· A monthly paycheck

· Montgomery G.I. Bill

· Up to 100 percent Tuition Assistance for college or vocational training (up to $4,500 per fiscal year, 1 October – 30 September)

· Retirement benefits for part-time service

· Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage)

· 401(k)-type savings plan

· Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans)


· High School Diploma or GED (If you do not have a diploma or GED, you may still apply – ask a recruiter about how the Army National Guard can help you earn your GED.)

· Must be between the ages of 17 and 35

· Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards

· Must meet citizenship requirements (see http://www.nationalguard.com/monster / for details)


  You mention having downloaded the National Guard video. May I ask what means you use to download video from the Internet? I'm interested in acquiring the means to do that.

Love & Liberty,
        ((( starchild )))

On Aug 15, 2009, at 5:43 PM, jperna2 wrote (in part):

Very sad conclusion to this saga -


Sad indeed...

The fact that according to the article, three jurors were weeping along with many of the defendants and their supporters suggests that this is a situation where better public knowledge of jury nullification could have been vital. Thank goodness they plan to appeal the unjust verdict.

Love & Liberty,
        ((( starchild )))


I recently downloaded a free version of RealPlayer 11 from the following website:

The free version of the current RealPlayer system allows me to download audio and video from internet sites, for example YouTube,?and store those recordings on my computer and replay them offline using the RealPlayer. Please note, the upgraded version that you can pay for enables you to store audio and video to CD, various devices?and other formats that the free version does not allow. I believe the upgraded version also?makes editing possible. I hope this information is helpful.

All the best,

Don Fields

Thanks, Don! Definitely helpful!

Love & Liberty,
        ((( starchild )))

This is very discouraging. Bernie Madoff caused far more damage to our economy than Robert Kahre, and he'll be out of prison in 150 years, a century before Kahre will ever be able to walk the earth again as a free man. All for the crime of just paying his employees with real money instead of imaginary monopoly money.

Kahre's complete honesty and openness about how he ran his business is what's being punished here. Deception and dishonesty were the specific characteristics of Bernie Madoff's crime, so he enjoys the lighter sentence for committing the less serious offense.

Terry Floyd