APPLICATIONS OF DEEP POLITICAL ANALYSIS - THE FIRST OF WHAT MAY BE AN ONGOING SERIES
Wesley Clark, the retired general who ran for president as a mainstream/voice-of-reason Democrat, recently told MSNBC's Thomas Roberts that internment camps for "disloyal Americans" should be built.
This and similar overtly Fascist proclamations from prominent American political and cultural figures more often than not are offered not as preludes to and/or conditioning for implementation of Hitlerian measures. In point of fact no such actions are either contemplated or necessary, for the simple reason that psychological control methods are in place and far stronger than physical constraints.
The planned futility of such wholly contrived calls for Fascist interventions is meant to A) fortify the illusion that this country, champion of dissent and diversity, never would act in such a fashion, B ) reinforce the illusion of political self-determination in America, and C) marginalize all who would offer valid warnings of true ruling class threats, existing and pending, to constitutionally-protected rights.
The barbed wire is in your mind.