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I have read many articles, topics etc. about FEMA and how they own several camp / refugee facilities in the United States that will be used (or have been used) as concentration camps....of course FEMA denys these accusations.
When I did a Google search on the topic, many websites were provided and some of these website even contained pictures from satellite maps showing the "camp" and where it was located. I also saw a documentary on this topic but I don't remember if it was on the History Channel or National Geographic.
I guess my question is what are your opinions on this topic & do u think FEMA is for us....or aganist us???
http://www.freedomfiles.org/war/fema.htm

http://www.rinf.com/columnists/news/fema-concentration-camps-locations-and-executive-orders
 

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As I understand it, FEMA is designed to manage "crises" in whatever form they take- and insurrection or rioting is one of those potential emergencies. If rioting began, then FEMA and local authorities would likely benefit from the ability to detain many people short-term. The presence of such camps makes me wary, but I don't trust the Federal Government to manage much anyway. While they can certainly help in the event of natural disasters, search and rescue, etc, I would not want the Federal Government trying to swoop down to "restore order."

Rent the movie "The Siege." It's dramatized, but it addresses the very issue of mass detainment and military deployment within US borders.

To quote the General in the movie:
"The Army is a broad sword, not a scalpel. Trust me, senator - you do not want the Army in an American city... Twelve hours after the President gives the order we can be on the ground. One light infantry division of 10,700 men, elements of the Rapid Deployment Force, Special Forces, Delta, APCs, helicopters, tanks and of course the ubiquitous M-16 A2 assault rifle. A humble enough weapon until you see it in the hands of a man outside your local bowling alley or 7-11. It will be noisy, it will be scary and it will not be mistaken for a VFW parade. "
 

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They're an "emergency management" organization.

In an emergency, whole cities might need to be evacuated. You can call those sites "concentration camps" if you want. But if there's a major disaster, I don't think the people being fed and clothed there would call them that.

Could they be used as concentration camps? Sure, just like you can use a gun to be a mass murderer vs using a gun to defend your family (or use your car for a trip to the grocery store vs using it to run over a pedestrian so you can rob him).
 

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Here's one cool thing FEMA maintains: a map that lets you identify potential hazards where you live:
https://hazards.fema.gov/femaportal/wps/portal/!ut/p/.cmd/cs/.ce/7_0_A/.s/7_0_CM9/_s.7_0_A/7_0_CM9

The interface is clunky, but you can customize views of different disasters and save/print them later. It can help you identify potential hazards to prepare for.

The notion of them having lots of plastic coffins seems ominous and grotesque, but there are actually legitimate reasons to have that ready. If you look at FEMA's published guides and instructional materials on dealing with specific types of emergencies, they also detail the handling of corpses in the event of a NBC attack or other form of mass casualty. If you do not quarantine or dispose of bodies properly, they can quickly become a dangerous disease vector and biohazard to the surviving populace.

Yea, sticking grandma in tupperware stinks... but what else would you do if a natural or manmade disaster killed thousands of people and left their bodies floating around?

FEMA is IMO a tool of the Federal Government. It could be used for good or bad. They do recommend preparedness; their officials have been quoted as saying people should really have a week's worth of food and supplies in case of a disaster, and not just 72 hours (but most people are too lazy to prepare for that long. 72 hours is more a trip to the grocery store.)

Treat it like anything government-funded: use em if the opportunity arises, but don't expect to rely on them.
 
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The notion of them having lots of plastic coffins seems ominous and grotesque, but there are actually legitimate reasons to have that ready. If you look at FEMA's published guides and instructional materials on dealing with specific types of emergencies, they also detail the handling of corpses in the event of a NBC attack or other form of mass casualty. If you do not quarantine or dispose of bodies properly, they can quickly become a dangerous disease vector and biohazard to the surviving populace.

Yea, sticking grandma in tupperware stinks... but what else would you do if a natural or manmade disaster killed thousands of people and left their bodies floating around?
Yes but did u look at the 2nd video that I posted? It's a news report. Watch it and listen to what it says....it's honestly scary!
 

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One theory goes, they have been and plan on bankrupting the american economy(9 trillion bailout bill), demonitizing the dollar, creating the north american union thus ending the american republic, selling off all the infrastructure to foriegn banks cheap! and using the us military against the people and if you don't like it, or don't buy into believing what's on tv, you'll end up in the fema camps for re-education or death. Globalist psychocorpornationalism.
 

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One theory goes, they have been and plan on bankrupting the american economy(9 trillion bailout bill), demonitizing the dollar, creating the north american union thus ending the american republic, selling off all the infrastructure to foriegn banks cheap! and using the us military against the people and if you don't like it, or don't buy into believing what's on tv, you'll end up in the fema camps for re-education or death. Globalist psychocorpornationalism.
I heard that theory also. New World Order, killing 80% of world population so that the elite 20% can a better life. All the theorys are disturbing to me....ur screwed no matter what.
 

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They're an "emergency management" organization.

In an emergency, whole cities might need to be evacuated. You can call those sites "concentration camps" if you want. But if there's a major disaster, I don't think the people being fed and clothed there would call them that.

Could they be used as concentration camps? Sure, just like you can use a gun to be a mass murderer vs using a gun to defend your family (or use your car for a trip to the grocery store vs using it to run over a pedestrian so you can rob him).
I'm not sure I'd trust the government to corral me into a building with tall fences and barbed wire. If they don't intend on keeping you there against your will then why the fence?
 

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I'm not sure I'd trust the government to corral me into a building with tall fences and barbed wire. If they don't intend on keeping you there against your will then why the fence?
My point exactly....that second video surly did point out a lot of valid points and even verified things that the first video said....did u see the black helicopter flying over the site in the 2nd video? Remember what the 1st video said about black helicopters!:eek:
 

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Ive seen an exercise where the National Guard erected a "tent city" capable of holding probably 100,000 people easily. There were literally a thousand HUGE tents, each easily capable of holding several hundred people. The site was complete with barbed wire "for security" I suppose, bathing facilities, mess halls, etc. Of course it was just an exercise but they had the camp up and running in 2 days and they were able to take it all down in about the same amount of time.

Ive heard from many sources that there is a FEMA camp in Alaska capable of holding more than 2 million people.

Of course Ive never seen it but Ive never heard it be disputed either.

What purpose would a facility in Alaska capable of holding 7 times the entire population of the state be used for?
 

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Can somebody tell me Why TF everyone thinks the federal government has the responsibility of taking care of everyone in the event of any sort of disruption or disturbance? There are a lot of Americans who need to go back and read the Constitution. The federal government was established to basically regulate commerce between the states, raise an army and navy, and make laws for the good of the union. Everything else was relegated to the states. If New Orleans is subject to flooding, then New Orleans and Louisiana should manage the flood management plan. If they can't do it correctly, the residents are free to move to another state. The same goes for earthquakes in Cali, tornadoes in Oklahoma, hurricans in South Carolina, and mother-effing mass polar bear attacks in Alaska. Now we have this enormo-mother-effing government agency that is swinging its brass balls around, sucking up tax dollars so it can misnamage every crisis imaginable all over the ***forsaken planet. FEMA itself is probably larger than the founding fathers ever envisioned for the entire federal government.
 

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I just found this tread about the FEMA trains and it includes actual footage of one of the "ventilated" FEMA trains. They had benchs and shackles in them! It was passing in the middle of the night and was filmed by a local citizen. Here is his post.

I was tipped off by a friend that he has been seeing strange trains fly by on their way to a fenced in area, that is heavily guarded.

He gave me directions to where one of these trains were.

On June 15- 16th There was a large storm that knocked all the power out everywhere, My friend called me, one was stopped on the tracks for some reason. Fearless I went out with my camera (Not a night vision camera)in the middle of the storm...Alone...

I walked down these tracks for along time till I came upon a Double Decker Train, that when I looked inside had benches and shackles in each car. Cattle don't need benches or shackles.

The train had ventilation. The camera I used wasn't meant for taking footage in the dark but I tried my best. I did eventually notice men coming my way and fled the seen. I am not kidding when I tell people this but there is something NOT right going on and no one seems to get it. If these death camp trains are in my home town guess what! They are not far from you either!

I beg everyone to seriously pass this video on and look for more trains like this.

The UAFF Fema camp watch page has more info of Concentration Camp near you, Check it out, The trains in that website match the one I found perfectly.

I really dont know what to do at this point, I thought we have more time but if trains are here they are everywhere.
No one seems to care enough to do anything about this, Just get angry and then turn back on the TV or something...
I feel kinda like I am in the twilight Zone...

I hope this video wakes people up and gets a 100,000 hits by the end of the month since I don't know how long my account will be up.

Btw its stormed non-stop for about 2 months now, this is very unusual, As is the Black Helicopters flying over head day and night.
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=46043.0

 

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And another thing. Anyone who says that the elected officials in the nation (or most other civilized nations for that matter) aren't at least partially controlled by other people/organizations, is on crack. To answer the question in the original post, FEMA is absolutely diabolical.

"Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order [referring to the 1991 LA Riot]. Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated [made up], that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead to deliver them from this evil." -Henry Kissinger

Tell me the global elite don't have some higher agenda. Anyone with the power that Kissinger wields (via the CFR), should not be taken lightly.
 

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Can somebody tell me Why TF everyone thinks the federal government has the responsibility of taking care of everyone in the event of any sort of disruption or disturbance? There are a lot of Americans who need to go back and read the Constitution. The federal government was established to basically regulate commerce between the states, raise an army and navy, and make laws for the good of the union. Everything else was relegated to the states. If New Orleans is subject to flooding, then New Orleans and Louisiana should manage the flood management plan. If they can't do it correctly, the residents are free to move to another state. The same goes for earthquakes in Cali, tornadoes in Oklahoma, hurricans in South Carolina, and mother-effing mass polar bear attacks in Alaska. Now we have this enormo-mother-effing government agency that is swinging its brass balls around, sucking up tax dollars so it can misnamage every crisis imaginable all over the ***forsaken planet. FEMA itself is probably larger than the founding fathers ever envisioned for the entire federal government.
Yea, pretty much.

Unfortunately, a member of congress or a president telling voters "I support your right to take care of yourself in an emergency" just isn't as sexy as saying "I will provide for all of your needs." We are also isolated from a lot of tangible military threats; we don't have border states that want to kill us like Israel does. Over there, I'll bet people are more preparedness-minded.

Also, technology and overspecialization has made us lazy; the urban/suburbanite has been raised under several beliefs:

1. That s/he performs a specific function in society, and anything not in their area of expertise is going to be handled by someone else.
Disasters = "Oh, there are EMTs and firemen and FEMA for that..."

2. Ubiquitous big-box stores and local shops allow for convenient and immediate self-indulgence. Since these stores and services are available most of the time, people grow accustomed to relying on them.

3. It's ok to live in condition white. Most people are completely wrapped in their own little world, and have no sense of their immediate surroundings, let alone what the government is doing. Younger middle and upper-class people are even worse. In college, I remember taking the campus transit bus back to my apartment and overhearing a girl say: "I am always embarrassed when I ride the bus... I feel like I'm some poor person or something..." :headshake:
 
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Is FEMA for or against us ? I think that question can easily be put to rest by asking one simple question : What does the "F" in FEMA stand for ? ;)
 

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Yea, pretty much.

Unfortunately, a member of congress or a president telling voters "I support your right to take care of yourself in an emergency" just isn't as sexy as saying "I will provide for all of your needs." We are also isolated from a lot of tangible military threats; we don't have border states that want to kill us like Israel does. Over there, I'll bet people are more preparedness-minded.

Also, technology and overspecialization has made us lazy; the urban/suburbanite has been raised under several beliefs:

1. That s/he performs a specific function in society, and anything not in their area of expertise is going to be handled by someone else.
Disasters = "Oh, there are EMTs and firemen and FEMA for that..."

2. Ubiquitous big-box stores and local shops allow for convenient and immediate self-indulgence. Since these stores and services are available most of the time, people grow accustomed to relying on them.

3. It's ok to live in condition white. Most people are completely wrapped in their own little world, and have no sense of their immediate surroundings, let alone what the government is doing. Younger middle and upper-class people are even worse. In college, I remember taking the campus transit bus back to my apartment and overhearing a girl say: "I am always embarrassed when I ride the bus... I feel like I'm some poor person or something..." :headshake:
Hear, hear.
 
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