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Old 02-13-2012, 01:42 PM
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The FEMA camp in Sedona, AZ fits with the supposed future home of the UN Headquarters.

http://nastypolitics.criketx.com/?p=53
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Really?? I mean find something useful or funny to post.... FEMA on googleearth??? I must now refrain from DS language, but use your GIANT IMAGINATION
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Sharing something I found. I do not vouch for the accuracy.



well the one here in idaho near minidoka is a museum and it was renovated to show what really happened to the Japanese in WW2... There are maybe 25 beds there and in only one of the buildings.... An 8 foot tall chain link fence with no razor wire and little to nothing else..... scrap that theory

The other is allegedly up near lolo pass in Idaho.... BS the land there is owned by ralph carlson.... and he lives in Lewiston...It is an older hunting and guide airfield landing strip.... there are stalls for 12 horses, 1 barn with a couple of hundred bales of hay in it, and a barracks that has 26 beds in it and a wood burner stove....scrap this one as well.

That i know for sure because i go there every year to go elk hunting and hunting for bear....

so scrap all the theories on Idaho...
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Oh my the gobermint is coming to re-educate us all....The OP needs to hang with jim boonie and his illuminati and superbowl/music thread.
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It's funny how the Columbus, Ohio "camp", states "data needed". Kind of like there isn't one there but since the population is so high, someone determined it probably has one.
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Seriously you think they would allow their "camps" to be viewed from satellites they supposedly control?????????
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calling BS also especially the one for richards gebaur first it is not in kansas it is in missouri
2nd I grew up living on the base in the 80s after the 442nd left for whiteman went thru all the old buildings hey what does a teenager have to do 3rd now it is a car auction site nothing there time to go home children
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I live near Fort Wayne and there is no facility there!

Also, this one!
Jefferson Proving Ground, IN
Last Updated by Todd on Nov 15, 2008
Southern Indiana - This facility was an active base with test firing occurring daily. Portions of the base have been opened to create an industrial park, but other areas are still highly restricted. A camp is believed to be located "downrange". Facility is equipped with an airfield and has a nearby rail line.

Bull crap!
I drove truck for 23 years, pulled a lot of loads out of there, they have a land reclamation project going on in the down range area where there are still a lot of unexploded ordinance from the old days and what has been re-claimed is now prime natural habitat and hunting grounds!

They started a project like a homesteading deal, where a person can do a reclamation on a parcel and be granted title deed and live there, thought about doing that myself!
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well the one here in idaho near minidoka is a museum and it was renovated to show what really happened to the Japanese in WW2... There are maybe 25 beds there and in only one of the buildings.... An 8 foot tall chain link fence with no razor wire and little to nothing else..... scrap that theory

The other is allegedly up near lolo pass in Idaho.... BS the land there is owned by ralph carlson.... and he lives in Lewiston...It is an older hunting and guide airfield landing strip.... there are stalls for 12 horses, 1 barn with a couple of hundred bales of hay in it, and a barracks that has 26 beds in it and a wood burner stove....scrap this one as well.

That i know for sure because i go there every year to go elk hunting and hunting for bear....

so scrap all the theories on Idaho...
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I'll be the first to call Bull **** on this based on the Google Maps Okanogan County WA location.
GOOGLE should not be trusted FOR ANYTHING!! (Especially stuff like this)
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McClellan AFB in North Highlands, California is now an industrial park under the control of Sacramento County. It never housed more than 10,000 Air Force Personnel. I grew up across the street from it in the 1960's and 1970's.

That one is a false flag
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I thought sure the old Farragut Navy Base in N Idaho would be one. Nope, they put in it the woods near Lolo Pass which is under 12 feet of snow!!!!


That one near lolo pass in Idaho.... the land there is now owned by ralph carlson.... and he lives in Lewiston...It is an older hunting and guide airfield landing strip.... there are stalls for up to a dozen horses, 1 old barn with a couple of hundred bales of hay in it, and a barracks that has 26 beds in it and a wood burner stove.. I think it was once part of some sort of a navy radar place, but right now like you said there is 12 to 18 feet of snow on it

I go up there every year to go elk hunting and hunting for bear....with a couple of other people out of Kamiah and Lewiston
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That one near lolo pass in Idaho.... the land there is now owned by ralph carlson.... and he lives in Lewiston...It is an older hunting and guide airfield landing strip.... there are stalls for up to a dozen horses, 1 old barn with a couple of hundred bales of hay in it, and a barracks that has 26 beds in it and a wood burner stove.. I think it was once part of some sort of a navy radar place, but right now like you said there is 12 to 18 feet of snow on it

I go up there every year to go elk hunting and hunting for bear....with a couple of other people out of Kamiah and Lewiston
Hey Cowboy, You think I might be able to join ya this season? I live down in the valley, and would love to go with y'all for bear/elk. Last 3 seasons they have skunked me. But I think it's because of the wolves.
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Hey Cowboy, You think I might be able to join ya this season? I live down in the valley, and would love to go with y'all for bear/elk. Last 3 seasons they have skunked me. But I think it's because of the wolves.


you bet.... I grew up in that area of the state.. kinda like my back yard.... I got the horses and mules to pack the kills out.... big trailer to haul everything... I usually go into Lewiston a few days before and rest up, double check everything..... and then up the hill.....

There have been some wolf problems up there but not that much.... The elk are still pretty thick back in towards the saint regis area on the montana side... but i always stay in idaho. About a 25 mile road run into where we saddle up and set elk camp...

rememmber it something like 5200 feet plus back in there... so get used to thinner air....
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you bet.... I grew up in that area of the state.. kinda like my back yard.... I got the horses and mules to pack the kills out.... big trailer to haul everything... I usually go into Lewiston a few days before and rest up, double check everything..... and then up the hill.....

There have been some wolf problems up there but not that much.... The elk are still pretty thick back in towards the saint regis area on the montana side... but i always stay in idaho. About a 25 mile road run into where we saddle up and set elk camp...

rememmber it something like 5200 feet plus back in there... so get used to thinner air....
Sounds good! PM me with details if you like. I will need around 1 month notice prior to the actual date we will be leaving, so I can make sure everything is copacetic with the wife and work schedules.

Remember to bring a shovel!

Ya I hunt/play right at around 6000ft up behind Grangeville, so elevation isn't an issue.
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Seriously? If the government was to try to put US citizens in concentration camps, the firearms owners in America wouldnt allow that to happen,being that Obummer is the Firearms salesman of the century.
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I checked the "FEMA Camp" listed here nearest me. It's an intersection in the middle of Crossville, TN. right between a CVS Pharmacy and a gas station.

This one must be underground.
That might have been one of the ones I added last year.
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