After 15 Jan. 2007, US citizens can't leave without permission of Homeland Secur
Date: Tuesday, November 07 2006
Another major milestone in the descent of the US into fascism, and the loss of the old American freedoms:
As of early 2007 the US government is instituting prohibitions on anyone entering or leaving the United States without permission from their 21st century gestapo, their Department of Homeland Security. This includes US citizens as well as any foreigners.
In typically devious style, these provisions are being imposed by administrative measures of the US "war on terra" rather than by direct legislation openly discussed in Congress.
We see here the US government moving toward a totalitarian lockdown in the full fashion of Hitler or Stalin. Not only no one getting in - no one getting out, either, without the government's approval.
This means that Americans who are thinking of escaping from the US against the wishes of their government, might now be sent to prison for violating "anti-terrorism" laws, just for trying to leave or for even planning to leave.
No wonder the US is planning for even more concentration camps to expand its gulag of more than 2.2 million prisoners, already 25 per cent of the prisoners held in the entire world.
For a story on these new rules of US "Homeland Security", see the article "Over the Line" by Sara Robinson at the Orcinus log of articles by journalist David Neiwert:
To help illustrate the significance of these measures preventing US citizens from leaving, the above article has an extensive and shockingly relevant quotation from the book:
"They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933-45" by Milton Mayer.
There should be little doubt now that the US is far down the fascist and neo-Nazi pathway.
This note is by Dr Les Sachs, who is a political refugee from the US in Brussels, Belgium (http://dr-les-sachs.tripod.com/).