Suppose I told you the U.S. Federal Government had commissioned the preparation of detention camps throughout the country. Paranoid - right?
Then I told you the government had actually put out specifications for the camp size based on the number of individuals to be housed (300-2000). Ridiculous rumors - still?
OK, what if I told you there were proposals out to subcontractors for bid including food preparation, fencing and barriers. Prove it you say...
Lastly, I tell you the KBR a subsidiary of Halliburton was behind it all. Oh shit! You say, this is really happening.
Here is the document specifying the size and material requirements for these "camps" including that: "This is a contingency project and it should be stressed that lead times will be short . . . subcontractors must be flexible and able to handle multiple shifting priorities in an emergency environment."