Sherman H. Skolnick
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The Hitler-Style Plan
By Sherman H. Skolnick
Producer/Moderator, Public Access Cable TV Program "Broadsides"
Since 1963, Founder/Chairman, Citizen's Committee to Clean Up the Courts
There are an estimated one hundred thousand to a quarter million Serbians living more or less quietly in the U.S. as alien residents. With the undeclared war of the U.S. against Serbia, is there a plan regarding such Serbians?
Not mentioned in what some call the monopoly press are the presidential edicts to deal with so-called "emergencies". Blunt-talking sorts call them martial law provisions. (To misdirect the public, CBS has started a series called "Martial Law".)
There is a growing clamor by Serbs in the U.S. against the Clinton White House and Pentagon. In efforts to stop this, Clinton has ordered that Serbians with green cards, resident aliens, be deported as silently as possible. Apparently this original plan has been scrapped in favor of an alternative one, to send the Serbs to certain detention camps, a replay of the Hitler-era.
Plans to counter this, such as by federal court lawsuits, might not even be publicized. Why? The monopoly press seems to be acting like under war-time orders. (For a sinister analogy, see the book The Captive Press in the Third Reich by Oron J. Hale.)
The largest concentration of Serbs, both aliens and naturalized citizens, is in the Chicago-area. Too many federal judges, such as in the Windy City, are both tied to the banking system and are blackmailable because of ties to questionable if not criminal enterprises. So an appeal to the courts for a remedy may well be fruitless.
One of the most secret detention camps is offshore Alaska, originally designed to house blacks because of racial riots. This writer had this confirmed during a radio talk show he did in Anchorage. Is that where the alien Serbs are to be sent?
The Immigration and Naturalization Service, as well as the FBI, have been told they could as well grab and detain Serbian-Americans, that is, citizens, who do not quickly supply their naturalization papers. Much of this has been confirmed by sources in and out of the INS and elsewhere. A cynical historian contends the calendar stating the year as 1999 is a fraud. It is, he loudly insists, actually 1938 and we are all in a time-warp. Stay tuned.
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