General Wesley Clark Suggests Putting "Disloyal Americans" In Internment Camps

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

If these people are radicalized and don’t support the United States, and they’re disloyal to the United States, as a matter of principal that’s fine, that’s their right. It’s our right and our obligation to segregate them from the normal community for the duration of the conflict.


– General Wesley Clark in a MSNBC interview

Noting that the recent tyrannical, entirely anti-American comments made by General Wesley Clark during a MSNBC interview are statist and disturbing would be the understatement of the century.

What General Clark is advocating in no uncertain terms is that the U.S. rewrite it laws to allow for the internment of Americans who the government feels have engaged in thought crime. Mind you, laws on the books are sufficiently strong to punish people engaged in actual criminal behavior. What Clark is suggesting is forcibly separating people based on their political views.

Sure, he couches it in the war against ISIS (an entity created by U.S. government foreign policy), but once you make it policy to disappear people based on one particular type of thought, it will quickly spread to other undesirable political views.

Please share this video with everyone you know. It’s that crazy:


The interview is so fascist, desperate and creepy you wonder why General Clark is willing to say such totalitarian things. Does he owe powerful people favors for his crime of telling the truth about the Iraq war  many years ago when he outed U.S. Plan To Invade Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran right after 9/11?

Perhaps he has to make certain amends to his overlords, recall that he took a job with financial giant Blackstone a couple of years ago: Meet the Military-Industrial-Wall Street Complex: Blackstone Hires General Wesley Clark.

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I wonder, did MSNBC mention that General Clark works for Blackstone? Moreover, what should happen to foundations that accept money from countries directly funding ISIS? Should their founders also be placed in internment camps? Seem like Hillary and Bill might qualify for such treatment: Hillary Clinton Exposed Part 2 – Clinton Foundation Took Millions From Countries That Also Fund ISIS.

With generals like these…

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q99x2's picture

And thus he condemns himself and the globalist traitors that support him.

22winmag's picture

Wesley Clark = Clinton-era loser known as the butcher of Serbia.


Just another blowhard looking to sell a book and profit from his past war crimes.

BoPeople's picture
BoPeople (not verified) Jul 20, 2015 10:19 PM

Hoping that Clark guy does not think it is normal to send military people around the world terrorizing complete strangers and murdering them so that bankers can get rich.

That seems kind of abnormal to me and people like that SHOULD be segregated and put in prisons.

Omega_Man's picture

That's too expensive, let's terrorize them at home! 

Ms No's picture

That's a good point.  If we think it's bad now just wait until the functioning of the whole apparatus falters and then comes home to roost.  Probably would get a tad uncomfy. 

Okay I'm on board for WWIII now.. JK

hound dog vigilante's picture

Wesley Clark can go F himself.  He may as well carve "Fascist" on his forehead...

Omega_Man's picture

so if I am a vetern they will first take my gun, then if I vote for Trump, they will lock me up in a FEMA camp and call me un American!! Plus if I am in CA they will give me forced injections and offer me tranny surgery in a sanctuary city. 

I will have to train my illegal replacement for my job and then go on food stamps before knocking down my door.


StychoKiller's picture

Yeesh, no wonder yer a "Grumpy Cat" (avatar)! :>D

BustainMovealota's picture

What conflict???  And who decides the definition of "loyal"?  Him?  Fucking POS

Burticus's picture

A sissified dog like Wethley would probably choose lethal injection as his form of execution, after a speedy trial by a jury of his "disloyal" peers.

kchrisc's picture

Notice how the treasonous one uses the term "United States."

He is of the DC US, the governors of and for Zion, the colonial occupiers of the American country. His loyalties lie with them, and not with the American country or people.

Accordingly, he's an Article 3, Section 3 traitor.

Liberty is a demand. Tyranny is submission.


America is the country of people and the land they inhabit. The US is the criminal nation that is criminally occupying and oppressing the American country and people.
An American citizen, not US subject.

NevadaMirage's picture

Welp, it's safe to add this fascist dickhead to the list.

shovelhead's picture

We ought to send ol' Wesley to ISIS land and let him talk tough guy stuff to them.

With a rubber K-Bar blade.

What fun.

Ms No's picture

I don't know... old Wesley may have trained some of those guys.  It may be a better idea to drop him into Bosnia.  He was also accused of being involved in the Waco siege.  His family immigrated from Balarus.

Surveyor4Pres's picture

This is a TRIAL BALLOON being floated by the Progressive Communist Left.

Note this is how all of their policies start.  First, they float the idea out there on mainstream media or Commie left news channels, like MSNBC.  Soon, this rhetoric will become tweets and facebook mainstays.  Then, it is elevated onto the controlled opposition channel, FOX News.  Kudos to ZH to run this story, however, it was on InfoWars two days ago.

Once FOX News gets a hold of the story, it will be mainstream discussion on their entertainment shows such as Fox & Friends, Outnumbered, and The Five.  Then it will hit Hannity.  O'Reilly might run it, if there's ratings to be had.

But know this:  Just as Obamacare was never overturned, and just as the TPA was passed, and just as a fully Republican Congress hasn't put one thing across Obama's desk like they promised they would, and just like Gay Marriage was forced down our throats via the "Supreme Court", this Obama et al trial balloon will end up becoming REALITY.

What I'm saying is that anyone who is shown to be "disloyal to the US" will eventually be interned in FEMA camps.  Go to Google Images and type in FEMA Domes, TX, if you don't believe me.  The future internment of mostly white, Patriotic, Constitution loving Americans has just been announced by this administration.  Nothing that comes out on MSNBC is said in a vacuum.

TPTB mean business, and the future internment of millions of Americans may only be a short time away.

Trucker Glock's picture

"This is a TRIAL BALLOON being floated by the Progressive Communist Left."

How does this differ from the ideas of the neocon right?

"And when they say, 'I want my lawyer', you tell them, 'Shut up.  You don't get a lawyer.  You're an enemy combatant."  -  Lindsey Graham

Surveyor4Pres's picture

Wow, are you really that thick?  The "Neocon Right" is in bed with the globalist progressive communist left--all part of the NWO.  John McCain, Lindsey Graham, USAID, the EU, the IMF, The FED, Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Soros, and the rest of them, are all part of the system to destroy the sovereignty of the United States of America.  Even the progressive RINO's such as all the Bush's, are complicit.

The neocon right helped create ISIS and overthrew the government in Kiev.  But they're all useful idiots to the real controllers--the Progressive Leftist Commies, aka Fabian Socialists.

But of course, don't try and disprove my theory, instead, focus on the left/right bullshit paradigm.  Fool.

Trucker Glock's picture

You obviously don't have a clue about what I think of the right/left paradigm.  Fool.

me or you's picture

Is Clark Russian or Chinese because that the people MSM told us were the enemy?

Neue Regel's picture

Unfortunately for us Americans the legal precedence has already been established not long after the founding of this nation with the Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798 by John Adams, one of the founding fathers. If such liberty can be taken in the interpretation of the Constitution by those who established the nation than what hope can we have for such jelly brained people of which are in positions of power today? 

falconflight's picture

Considering the level of public bile against an American flag of the Confederacy versus the Flag of Islam, I'd say General Clark is really thinking about those who don't love the Obamanation.  Of course, the Obamanation loves them some Mohammedans.  

The Merovingian's picture

Hmmm ... curiously boating accidents with no loss of life and no 'reportable' property damage other than the boat are on the rise. For the life of me I can't figure out why that might be.

me or you's picture

They are coming with all they got to take your guns and if you let them success FEMA camps will be your next and final stop.  It's in the SOUL and Bone of every American re-take the country back.  

falconflight's picture

Here's an act of resistence;  dirty bomb, POTUS, assasination, infrastructure, revolution, blood, nuclear, biological, Ak-47, sarin, chemical, ISIS, white, Obama, progressives, communists....Let the NSA et. al. earn their bloody reward.

HamFistedIdiot's picture

The NSA computers just froze up with your list. A lot of fear porn junkies over there.

One of these is not like the others..'s picture

Urchin, iniitiator, spalliator, hexaflouride, polonium, radio controlled, physics package, rolling encryption, spread spectrum, vestigial carrier, electrogravitic, neutron source, neutron tube, tritiated polystyrene, weapon pit, PAL, assymettric, binary agent, plume. These are the sort of words that they like these days I believe.




rejected's picture

I took an oath when entering the service eons ago to defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and domestic. I will assume the General took the same oath. Don't know about the General but I haven't rescinded that oath.

Defending the constitution is completely different than defending the united states government which has pretty much trashed that constitution for the last 154 years. One could actually make the argument that it has ignored the constitution since its inception.

It is my opinion General Clark has contributed to that trashing,,, again assuming he has taken the oath to protect the constitution, and should surrender himself to the nearest military police unit to be tried for his crimes against the People.

XRAYD's picture

Do the same with those who are "disloyal" to bankers too?

HamFistedIdiot's picture

Disloyalty applies only when the MSM says it does. 2 + 2 = 5 That's why Clark's a loyal patriot and you are not.

Otrader's picture

Every man has his price.

chosen's picture

Sounds like Clark needs to be put away, and soon.

DutchBoy2015's picture
DutchBoy2015 (not verified) chosen Jul 21, 2015 1:07 AM

Exlode his pumpkin from 1500 yds

The Wizard's picture

Wesley needs to be more specific as the meaning of "disloyal to the United States".  Is the term United States referring to an existing government or the country and its founding principles. Also, a clearer definition of what is meant by "disloyal" would be appreciated. 

In law one of the definitions of the United States is the several states which means 50 different governments.

Depending on the meaning given to the terms could place Wesley in a category of being  "disloyal to the United States".

HamFistedIdiot's picture

The meaning of "disloyalty" changes from situation to situation. You have to wait to see how the MSM calls it. It's about obeying authority and cheering your abuser. That's what Common Core and George Orwell have taught us.

The Wizard's picture

Yes, indeed, the term "loyal" and "disloyal" are very subjective as are most terms used by the media in the English language. In that he uses the term normal, it can be assumed he is referring to the dictates of the mainstream media.

But I am confused. Isn't this the same Wesley Clark who, years ago, revealed the "United States" had secretly planned to disrupt the Mideast? I would like to see the invoice he sends to Blackstone.

TVP's picture

Holy shit, we are all fucked.   

I thought Clark was among the few decent people left in this world when he outed the plan to invade 7 countries in as many years.  

Appears as though he's been corrupted too, consumed by bankers who have their hand so far up his ass he has literally become their puppet.   

Dublinmick's picture

Disloyal means everyone who does not possess the magic cohan gene, E1B1B, Y haplogroup DNA. Tommy Franks had it also, and not too many people ever heard of him in Midland Texas.


Listen up rubes, you are either khazar or you are anti-semitic and disloyal. Noahide laws and guillotines for you.


By the way Stalin and Castro were jesuit trained. Let that sink in.


The Salem witch trials and burning at the stake were just a warm up.


Goyim pride world wide!

falconflight's picture

How's the potato crop this year? How many Third Reich supported bombings of civilian targets did the Micks plant in the 1930's into the 1940's against England? Dirty drunken Mick, I am I am...

falconflight's picture

And?  You're a peaceful Floridian now?

GRDguy's picture

I find it hilarious, and frightening, that General Clark is saying these things while cashing checks written by Blackstone.  These are the very highest agents of The Great Red Dragon that have caused our world so much financial trouble by creating thin-air paper promises and using them to buy legal title.  Even in 1889, when the book was published, their goal "was to own the earth in fee-simple."  The general sold his soul for a few dollars more. Disgusting and sad. No wonder respect is at a long time low.

WTFUD's picture

Netanyahoo seems almost sane compared to this dude!

You can imagine the fodder he's sent into the badlands on a whim. ISIS have learned their trade from these types, not the other way around.

falconflight's picture

FDR and the DemPublican party rounded up how many American-Japanese and the case against their loyalty was in retrospect far more tenuous than the case against Muslims who in a recent poll showed 52 percent favor Sharia over American law, where 25 percent favor violence to install Sharia in these US of A. There Holy Koran makes it clear, and they confirm that Islam will never play second to the US body of juris prudence.  

Chris Dakota's picture
Chris Dakota (not verified) Jul 20, 2015 11:20 PM

Clark was a Rhodes Scholar like Bill Clinton.

NWO all the way, he just wanted Lady Clinton running the police state not Bush.

401K of Dooom's picture

Heeey everybody, I see that the gang here at ZH does their homework every night.  No one pointed out that good old Wesley was the commanding officer of the First Cavalry Division back in 1993 during the Waco siege.  He supplied the M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles to the units around the Branch Davidian compound who "accidently" ignited the compound and killed everyone in it.  Then good-old "Man-thing" Attorney General Janet Reno goes before the media and cops a plea.  Of course the media gives her and slick willy a pass. 


Someone like him telling me what constitutes patriotism?  I'm so thankful for The Second Amendment.  That and the television remote control.  Oh and Wesley, go screw yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Falconsixone's picture

One fool makes many.

semperfi's picture

I agree - hang anyone in public office present & past who are disloyal to the Constitution, who swore to uphold it.