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Former FBI agent explains how and why Obama could send 50 million Americans to concentration camps

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(NaturalNews) Little-discussed in the run-up to Barack Obama's first presidential campaign in 2008 (or since) were some facts about his earlier life that were otherwise well-known in his hometown of Chicago -- namely, that he was a student of Communist radical Saul Alinsky and "revolutionary" Bill Ayers.

For those who are unfamiliar with these men, Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals, was a prominent "community organizer" (like Obama used to be) who, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, influenced generations of organizers, "including the church-based group" that hired "a young Obama to work on Chicago's South Side in the 1980s."

Ayers, meanwhile, was a co-founder of the Weather Underground, a domestic terrorist group that conducted a series of bombings during the 1960s and early 1970s. In October 2013, Ayers admitted holding Obama's initial fundraiser, and even "uncharacteristically" donated some money to his campaign.

They were planning "to eliminate 25 million people"

Ayers, in particular, is noteworthy, because of plans he and his organization developed during their "revolutionary" period which smacked of something right out of Nazi Germany: Namely, that their goal was not just the overthrow of the constitutional republic of the United States, but the mass elimination of tens of millions of Americans who he and other members of his group believed would never go along with them.

This was discussed in some detail by former FBI undercover agent Larry Grathwohl, now deceased, in a 1982 documentary called No Place to Hide.

And it is why now, in the context of the coming Jade Helm 15 exercises, in which scores of U.S. military special operations forces will be operating among the general public in several South and Southwestern states for eight weeks beginning in mid-July, the commander-in-chief's personal history is especially important.

In his interview, Grathwohl laid out the sinister plan of Ayers and his Weather Underground:

I brought up the subject of what's going to happen after we take over the government. You know, we -- we -- become responsible, then, for administrating, you know, 250 million people. And there was no answer. No one had given any thought to economics, how are you gonna clothe and feed these people.

The only thing that I could get was that they expected that the Cubans and the North Vietnamese and the Chinese and the Russians would all want to occupy different portions of the United States.

They also believed that their immediate responsibility would be to protect against what they called the "counter-revolution." And, they felt that this counter-revolution could best be guarded against by creating and establishing reeducation centers in the Southwest
[our emphasis]... where we would take all of the people who needed to be reeducated into the new way of thinking, and teach them how things were going to be.

I asked, "Well, what is going to happen to those people we can't reeducate -- that are diehard capitalists?" And the reply was that they would have to be eliminated. And when I pursued this further they estimated that they would have to eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers. And when I say eliminate, I mean
kill. Twenty-five million people.

Now, I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people -- most of which have graduate degrees from Columbia
[University in New York] and other well-known education centers -- and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination of 25 million people.

And they were dead serious.

Two peas in a pod - and here comes another one

In their heyday, members of the Weather Underground, who included Ayers' wife, Bernadine Dohrn, stayed extensively in the communist enclaves of Vietnam, Russia (then the USSR) and Cuba, according to this 1976 report by the FBI.[PDF]

All old news, right? Maybe -- and maybe not. Obama's recent overtures to still-communist Cuba and the authoritarian Iranian regime belie his stated allegiance to the U.S.

One other thing. As noted on the back cover of Alinsky's Rules for Radicals, the master revolutionary also "impressed a young [Hillary] Clinton, who was growing up in Park Ridge at the time Alinsky was the director of the Industrial Areas Foundation in Chicago."

Clinton announced her own bid for the White House April 12.







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