Thursday, 02 March 2006 By Chato
Freedom Camps and Joy Camps get
further public funding. Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg,
Brown and Root (KBR) had been
awarded a $385 million (US)dollar
contract by Homeland Security to
construct detention and processing
facilities in the event of a
"national emergency".

These are the people who back
Uncle Suckhole and virtually own
the Adelaide/Darwin military rail
link. They and Suckhole are very
keen to get the labour camps
contracts in Oz.


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