“It was a very submissive atmosphere. There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested. Once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws – the Brown Shirt laws”.
These were the statements made by a psychiatric counselor regarding the conditions at an Air Force Base turned refugee camp in Texas that is now responsible for the temporary housing of thousands of illegal alien’s.
The camp, located at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, has become a cesspool of disease and sickness that the government has deliberately hidden from the publics attention. For instance, five days ago the government reported that an illegal immigrant housed at Lackland Air Force Base had been diagnosed with H1N1, commonly known as swine flu.
On July 1, 2014, the Border Patrol confirmed that two more cases of H1N1 had been detected among illegals in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. It appears that it is spreading.
Yet, seemingly worse than the measles, scabies, chicken pox and bird flu that fills the air, is the atmosphere of intimidation the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has created against the medical staff. In the words of one of the counselors, “the children had more rights than the workers” as the workers were “under orders not to say anything” or face arrest.
Right now these children are being flown around the country from camps such as these, while a government-contracted security force known as the “Brown Shirts” suppresses the health concerns of our medical officials.
The “Brown Shirts” as they call themselves, serve as a security force from Baptist Family and Children’s Services, (BCFS) which the HHS hired to run the Lackland camp. According to the “Brown Shirts” official website, the Lackland camp isn’t the only location that this security force is in charge of.
On June 12, 2014, the organization also began support for the HHS department’s operation at Fort Still, Oklahoma, as stated on the official BCFS Health & Human Services website.
On July 2, 2014, Representative Jim Bridenstine (R., Okla.), decided to head down to Fort Still to get a look at the HHS operation. When he approached the camp, that today holds a little over 1,200 illegal alien’s, the congressman was refused entrance to the barracks. The security at the entrance stated, “without HHS approval” Rep. Bridenstine could not enter the facility, even though he is a member of Congress.
The most troubling and outright disturbing overall picture this creates is the idea that a contracted security force can arrest a U.S. citizen. Essentially, through the threat of arrest, this “security force” is asserting their power in attempting to silence those who are concerned over the threat illegal aliens pose to our country.
This concern is over the threat of a viral outbreak and is multiplied tenfold when you look at the actions taken by the Department of Homeland Security.
Border Patrol agent Chris Cabrerra elaborates that the DHS is “transporting people to different parts of the country” regardless of the diseases and viruses each individual may posses.
By transporting the sick to states across the country, the spread of diseases and viruses becomes all but inevitable. Dr. Janet Orient, the Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons states that, “by admitting these huge groups of children who come from countries where medical screenings are minimal and hygiene is poor, the United States is at risk for epidemics of serious diseases and viruses that the nation has not seen in years and for which we have no immunity”.
At the end of the day the American people, the actual citizens of this country, must acknowledge the threat this creates and question why a government-contracted agency, the “Brown Shirts”, are seemingly given the authority to keep us in the dark by threatening medical officials concerned for our safety.
Then again, if your an establishment politician following the dictates of Barack Obama, you will view this illegal immigration influx as an opportunity to add future voters to the democrat base. So what difference does it make if they bring their diseases with them?