I never thought I would take this seriously, not in America. But I do, I’m no longer sure that it is even avoidable.

John Malcolm

By Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul | May 4, 2012 | Before It’s News

In a riveting interview on TruNews Radio, Wednesday, private investigator Doug Hagmann said high-level, reliable sources told him the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is preparing for “massive civil war” in America.

“We have problems . . . The federal government is preparing for civil uprising,” he added, “so every time you hear about troop movements, every time you hear about movements of military equipment, the militarization of the police, the buying of the ammunition, all of this is . . . they (DHS) are preparing for a massive uprising.”

Hagmann goes on to say that his sources tell him the concerns of the DHS stem from a collapse of the U.S. dollar and the hyperinflation a collapse in the value of the world’s primary reserve currency implies to a nation of 311 million Americans…

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  1. Freedom, by the way says:

    This is frightening. However, it makes perfect sense. All the more reason we MUST GET THE ECONOMY GOING AGAIN AND THE FIRST STEP IS TO UNSEAT OBAMA.


  2. I agree, Freedom. It does make sense and connects with dots we know about. Scary times. And yes, we must get this economy moving. I noted this morning that the raw numbers in the work force are the lowest since 1981, which is of course when Reagan took office, but we have far more people now. It took Reagan close to 4 years to get it really humming again and we didn’t have the debt then we do now. I think it can be done but, its going to be very difficult, especially if the Republicans don’t grow a pair soon.


  3. mejustice says:

    With everything that is going on around us, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least. The prison issue would go right along with this too.


    • Agree, it easily could.


  4. mejustice says:


    I’m not a normal ACLU advocacy. But this is one that tells our Senators that we do not want our internet personal records to be shared and made public to the military.


    • Nor am I, but they do tend to believe in individual freedom, so a few times a year we end up on the same side of the issue, this is one of those times.

      Good link, recommended, Thanks mejustice.


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