FEMA Camps?

Katherine - posted on 08/14/2010 ( 45 moms have responded )

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Ok so I know some of you are hard core anti-conspiracy theorists. I just saw this on youtube and it really caught my attention. Now some say it's a Federal Emergency Management Agency(which is what it stands for), others concentration camp. Coffins, genetic engineering etc...


So what's the truth?

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Isobel - posted on 09/02/2010

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You had to ruin it by quoting GB didn't you? By the way, where was Tea Party when GW passed the Patriot Act...now that's some scary shit.

Bailey - posted on 09/02/2010

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Yes, it's very upsetting. Basically, Homeland Security will be given absolute control. Also, the notion that some such "disaster" or "state of emergency" could be purposely set into motion in order to bring about martial law is not outside of the realm of possibility. I wasn't able to watch the video from there because it was removed due to "terms of use violations." What scares me the most about this is that most people (even people that recognize something strange is going on) don't seem to care much about this. An example would be the post that someone made at the beginning of this thread: She said more or less that she knew something was going on, but she wasn't going to waste time worrying about it! Tragically, most people feel this way.

One source that I have found to keep up with what's going on with all of this is Alex Jones. He is pretty abrasive, and his method of delivering his message is very in-your-face. I think that turns a lot of people off to him, but his information is well-researched, (he lists multiple sources) and solid. http://www.infowars.com/

You can keep up with what's really happening on the economic front by following the National Inflation Association. This is a group that was started by a bunch of former stock brokers that realized what was happening, and formed a group to inform people about it. Their videos are really explanatory, and easy for the common person to understand, even if you know nothing about finances. "Meltup" is a great one, and so is "Japan: America's Lost Decade!" I would strongly urge anyone to watch both if you have any interest in protecting your assets during this economic catastrophe. "Meltup" is about an hour long, but seriously informative. The other one is less than 15 minutes long. You can find both of these videos at this link: http://inflation.us/videos.html

On the health front, (anther area they are attacking us with) Mike Adams is a great resource for staying informed on what's happening. His information is solid, but again, he can be pretty abrasive and controversial. http://www.naturalnews.com/

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Bailey - posted on 09/03/2010

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Alex Jones really has done so much good by getting the word out, and waking people up. When you first find out about all this stuff, it's almost crippling, it's so scary, but once you begin to process, the knowledge really is empowering.

Lynn - posted on 09/02/2010

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Bailey, you are one smart cookie by checking out Alex Jones and his InfoWars website. He also has his Prison Planet website as well. That guy has it right on!

Katherine - posted on 09/02/2010

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I have sen the infowars one. I'm going to look at the other ones. Thanks!

Katherine - posted on 09/01/2010

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Pretty damn scary huh? Did you readthe "language" in the bill? This is some crazy s***.

Heather - posted on 09/01/2010

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Holy rusted metal Batman! How did I miss this bs bill?! I wonder if Congress bothered to read it...I suppose that would take time out of their precious vacations. :P

Heather - posted on 09/01/2010

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yeah...sometimes I have a good day and slip off the "hatin' on everybody" bandwagon. ;D hehe

C. - posted on 09/01/2010

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"I don't think the answer is moving out of the country though. I think it would make a bigger difference if people stood up for what they believe in and refuse to give up the idea of what America was founded on."

Geeze, Heather! You're on a roll! Well said.

C. - posted on 09/01/2010

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(Quoting Heather Telley) "Obviously you feel very passionate about this subject Bailey, so please don't take this the wrong way..."

Haha.. Dear Lord.. I AGREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who ever thought that I would say that about her posts after what happened in the epidural thread :)

Isobel - posted on 09/01/2010

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That's what I assumed we were talking about.

I think though, that they are supposed to be for in case a pandemic breaks out and martial law is necessary.

Bailey, where are you planning to go?

Katherine - posted on 09/01/2010

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@ Bailey, that is the whole reason I started this thread. Not because of the dirty trailers, but because of the camps that were constructed to keep people in and the other statements you made. I think they are very real, and if I had nothing to back it up,I'd consider it wacky too. It is all over youtube and the net. There are very reputable sources that question their intentions.

Bailey - posted on 09/01/2010

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True, but we plan on leaving for the sake of our children. There will be no opportunity here for them. This country will not recover from the economic crisis we are in. At least not in our lifetime. The government just keeps printing more and more worthless money, while at the same time driving the debt higher and higher. They say that things are getting better, but that is a lie. What is coming for us now will be much worse than what are ancestors experienced in the Great Depression, and we are much less prepared for it than they were. If we didn't have kids, we'd stay and fight it out, but looking at their faces I just can't bear the thought of putting them through all that is coming. I do agree with you though; a revolution is exactly what the US needs now.

Heather - posted on 09/01/2010

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I don't think the answer is moving out of the country though. I think it would make a bigger difference if people stood up for what they believe in and refuse to give up the idea of what America was founded on. People have to start taking responsibility for their lives and not allowing the government to become their sole provider. I think there's a good place for government in our society, but we've lost the sense of community and family and helping each other on an individual basis. When we made our poor, tired, and hungry someone elses problem we gave the government and the people who abuse their power an excuse to take more of our money and our freedom. We have to take back our power as citizens by taking away the need for excessive government.

Bailey - posted on 09/01/2010

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I completely agree with you. We're hoping to move out of the country within the next year.

Heather - posted on 09/01/2010

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Oooohhhh! I see what you're saying. Yeah, I don't know about any gas chambers or furnaces. I've not heard about this. The curfew thing isn't new though. Curfews are in effect in most towns and cities, it just depends on where you are as to how staunchly they're enforced...but our citizens are allowing this country to become a communist society(yep, socialism doesn't truly exist except as an idea), so the next step is a police state or martial law. we're walking a very fine line right now.

Bailey - posted on 09/01/2010

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Sorry, but you misunderstood me. My concern is not with the FEMA camps that are currently inhabited. Not that I don't feel for those people, quite the contrary. It's just that I'm not deluded into believing that the US gov't is the slightest bit concerned with our safety, so the fact that those trailers are hazardous is not the slightest bit surprising to me. What I'm concerned about are the thousands of un-occupied camps that are being constructed around the country. What are those for? Why do they have gas chambers and furnaces? Why are they built right on railroad tracks? Why are there prison bars, and barbed wire pointing toward the inside, so as to keep people in, not out?

Another point worth noting is that many larger cities across the country are already implementing curfews, and are giving no explanation whatsoever. These curfews are being enforced by agents in un-marked cars who are armed with shotguns. Again, why? Is this to begin preparing us for martial law?

Heather - posted on 09/01/2010

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Obviously you feel very passionate about this subject Bailey, so please don't take this the wrong way, but I find mildly entertaining that so many people think the government didn't do enough during Katrina or other natural disasters and you're flaming that they've done to much. What would your alternative be? (seriously)

I gotta say, I'm sure the trailers were built as fast as possible and as cheap as possible, but I think it's because there were so many people displaced and there was such a push on the federal government to do something about it. They look like concentration camps because there's very little area they can house that many people. They have to stack the trailers pretty close together and I'd like to think the chain-link fence was to prevent wild animals(or people) from entering the trailer park(for lack of a better term). It's horrible that these natural disasters happen, but isn't a trailer that might have mold a better alternative to nothing at all? It sucks that the trailers are moldy and it's probably not good for the people living in them, but I have to believe it's better than being homeless.

Bailey - posted on 09/01/2010

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You are entitled to your opinion, of course, Laura. Just out of curiosity, who do you think the "bad guy" is? I just feel that when the information is coming from numerous sources, and even beginning to appear on the mainstream "news," it's time to start asking questions, to start thinking for ourselves, and to start acting like human beings, not sheep. I hope I'm wrong about this, but I'd much rather be prepared and wrong than unprepared and ignorant. The biggest problem that we have in this country is that we've allowed ourselves to be so thoroughly brainwashed. The citizens of other nations know this is true. They mostly think Americans are a bunch of idiots, and they are right. Time to look outside the box. Sorry to be so blunt, but this is a serious issue, an it's one that I feel strongly about.

Isobel - posted on 09/01/2010

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I must admit...these are the kinds of things that make me put my foil hat on. I just disagree with who's the bad guy with most that's all.

Bailey - posted on 09/01/2010

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This absolutely is not crap, and if you really think it is, then you are lying to yourself out of fear or ignorance. This link explains what FEMA is, and it's intended purpose as well as what the government's powers would consist of in case of a declared state of emergency. Basically our constitutional rights would be dissolved, and martial law would go into effect. Points 3 and 4 are particularly alarming: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?c...

Here you will see photos of one of the concentration camps that is currently under construction in IN. This camp is complete with furnaces and gas chambers:

This video is an interview with a man who stumbled across thousands of FEMA coffins that are equipped to hold several people in each one, and can be stacked:

Millions of informed people are leaving this country, in fact at least 700 Americans have renounced their US citizenship in the last year as is reported here: http://rt.com/Top_News/2010-08-18/americ...

This is a serious issue which we should all make ourselves more aware of.

Katherine - posted on 08/17/2010

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So they are pretty bad. I mean not concentration camps, but barely livable.

Rosie - posted on 08/17/2010

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in cedar rapids iowa. we had a HORRIBLE flood here in june 2008. same problems with the fema trailers, same horrible row upon row upon row of white trailers side by side crammed together like sardines inside of a fence.



there were alot of fema trailers that were moved to local crappy trailercourts. as well, they all weren't in the fenced in areas. i don't know if it was that those people had money to move them or not..

Rosie - posted on 08/16/2010

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we had that problem with the FEMA trailers too sara! problems with mold, when half the city was underwater and moldy already. a GREAT alternative to their flooded out house, huh? FML....

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I've never been IN one. Just passed by and talked to a few people who had lived in them. I guess it's kind of like prison...a free place to live, but no one is going to stay longer than they have to. But then if you drive around some nice neighborhoods in New Orleans, you see the trailers in yards. People are still (or last time I was there a year ago, don't go as often as I did pre-Katrina) in the process of rebuilding their homes and having the trailer allows them the time and money necessary to do so.

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I remember chain link fences, but not barbed wire. For a while I remember guards, but that didn't last long.

Katherine - posted on 08/16/2010

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That is really sad. I guess they say people come in and don't come out...but they also said they were surrounded by barbed wire and walls. So obviously that isn't true.

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Just a large field with rows of white trailers packed as closely as possible as far as the eye can see...

Katherine - posted on 08/14/2010

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The second video was sowing pictures of the camps. What do they look like?

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I can't see the second video. For a long long time after Katrina there were reports of toxins in the FEMA trailers. People getting sick and being ignored... But then these are the same people that lived in a city that had been completely flooded in the dead heat of Louisiana summer. Mold heaven. Regardless, living in a FEMA camp has to suck the soul out of you. There were two within twenty minutes of here. Sad to drive by.

Joanna - posted on 08/14/2010

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Meh. Whether or not it's true or not, I'd rather not waste my time thinking about it. Personally I think it's just a bunch of crap, but I don't doubt there's some shady stuff going on (I just don't think it's this).

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