They have already been built
Wesley is another Rhodes scholar, no need to explain that one, and a knight!
Exactly what defines a “radical” we do not really know. Who decides who is a radical, Vickie Nudelman, Hillary Clinton, John McCaine? Is there a think tank in Washington sitting around eating peanut butter sandwiches that decide now days who lives and who dies? Apparently there is. What is the criteria to meet these guidelines for gulag camps?
Is Rita Katz going to be in charge?
Apparently Guantanamo was just a test case and not to many Americans seemed to upset about it. Just when you think it cannot get any crazier, it can! History is full of this as we saw in the Salem witch trials, Mayan indian slaughters, Wounded Knee, Bolshevik revolution, German prisoner of war camps under Eisenhour, Japanese internment in America, catholic purges for heresy and the list goes on.
Insanity in individuals is something rare..but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs it is the rule….Nietzsche
Looks like we are about to go full steam bolshevik here in America. If you don’t know what that means.
“The orgy of murder, torture and pillage which followed the Jewish triumph in Russia has never been equaled in the history of the world… Christians were dragged from their beds, tortured and killed. Some were actually sliced to pieces, bit by bit, while others were branded with hot irons, their eyes poked out to induce unbearable pain….Some were nailed to the ceiling by their fingers or by their feet, and left hanging until they died of exhaustion….Others were chained to the floor and hot lead poured into their mouths. Many were tied to horses and dragged through the streets of the city, while the mob attacked them with rocks and kicked them to death.” …Pregnant Christian women were chained to trees and their babies cut out of their bodies.”
In fact dissidents in Siberian camps had portions of their skulls removed and injected with fluoride to see how their brain reacted.
General Ike Eisenhour starved millions of German men in open air cages after the war was over. He was known at West Point as the terrible Swedish Jew. He was something like second to last in his class. Prisoners were denied food and water and had to drink their own urine and this with an open stream just outside the fence. Germans who sneaked up to the fence to share what little food they had were shot. General George Patton tried to stop it but was overruled. He later remarked on how he never thought he would see Americans sink so low and that possibly he fought on the wrong side. He was later killed in a jeep accident on a military base which some feel were suspicious circumstance.
Clark’s father’s family was Jewish; his paternal great-grandfather immigrated to the United States from Belarus in response to the Pale of Settlement and anti-Semitic violence from Russian pogroms. Clark’s grandfather, Jacob Kanne, graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve as an ensign during World War I, although he was never assigned to a combat mission. Kanne, living in Chicago, became involved with ward politics in the 1920s as a prosecutor and served in local offices. He served as a delegate to the 1932 Democratic National Convention that nominated Franklin D. Roosevelt as the party’s presidential candidate (though his name does not appear on the published roll of convention delegates). His mother was of English ancestry and was a Methodist. 
Kanne came from the Kohen family line, and Clark’s son has characterized Clark’s parents’ marriage, between his Methodist mother, Veneta (née Updegraff), and his Jewish father, Benjamin Jacob Kanne.
Actually we are not sure who Tommy Franks is either as many in Midland, Texas never heard of him.
He likes the mano carnuto however.
“My faith in God is important,” Franks said in an interview, however, it is not known which faith he belongs to. Although it has been said that Franks is of Russian Jewish extraction, the son or grandson of Khazar Jewish refugees from the Soviet Union, like Gen. Wesley Kanne Clark (who was raised as a Protestant in Little Rock), the religious and ethnic background of Tommy Franks is simply not known.