From Arutz 7:
An advertising campaign featured on a United States Army website seeking those who would be interested in being an "Internment/Resettlement" specialist is raising alarms across the country and around the world, generating concerns that there is some truth in theories about domestic detention camps, a roundup of dissidents and a crackdown on "threatening" conservatives, as well as Jews. WorldNetDaily reported last week that the campaign is only weeks behind a report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warning about "right-wing extremists" who could pose a danger to the country.Anyone seen this ad, or is this more fear mongering?
Shifra Hoffman of the Aliyah (immigration to Israel) advocacy group shuva (www.shuva.net) told IsraelNationalNews on Friday that the ads don't bode well for Jews, especially in the light of stories in recent months and years about the building of 600 detention centers around the United States. She also noted the words of American Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell about America being primed for anti-Semitism because of the economic situation, and pointed to recent anti-Semitic incidents, such as the killing of a guard in an attack on the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. and the comments of the man accused of killing a Jewish co-ed at a Connecticut college.
While there is no specificly ethnic language that could be directed at Jews, Hoffman pointed out that there was also no such language leading up to the US internment of Japanese during World War II. She said the story about the camps and staffing for them is another reason for American Jews to accelerate their plans for aliyah.