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  • Lifer Prepper
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    KBR did have a contract for "camps". I read the actual contract on the White House web site years ago. It was for portable and rapid set-up enclosures, with specific requirements for design, maintenance and operating personnel. If I remember correctly, the initial period was 5 years, with 1 year renewals after that.

    It sent a lot of people running around and making guesses as to what the "real purpose" of the program happened to be. Prior to that, was the scare regarding the FEMA coffins stacked high and wide at three fields.

    I visited the nearest to me, which was a re-purposed ammunition plant. It is now being used commercially, and as time passes, more and more of it comes under local control. The fences are still up. No new ground has been broken as of my last visit, and if they wanted to stuff people in there, it would hold quite well with the expected security.

    But there are no obvious signs as to how it would differ from most other current or former military sites with protective fencing. If there are what some call concentration camps, they wouldn't be obvious at this point in time, anyway. Really, all that is needed is a good perimeter fences. The interior equipment can be rolled in quickly and needs no in-the-open storage to make that possible. I just don't believe that these are what many say they are. Even if they are, if that is your belief, your plans needs to include an early warning routine that will allow you to bypass the steps that would need to be in place to activate and populate.

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  • Applejack
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    I knew about the ammo and the freeze dried food, because at that time I to was buying these items and the places that I was buying the freeze dried food ran out and took almost a year before I could buy from those companies again. I did find other resources to buy the food from but even those were low on some things. Something might be going on, but it could be the government is stocking their own bunkers. Even the president has a bunker to run to in the event of something major happening.

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  • Recently_Awoken
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    Just another angle

    In regard to FEMA camps... I think it's important to consider their possible purposes. To do that, I toss out all rumor and go on fact. It is fact that government is purchasing massive amounts of ammo, specialized (Navistar Defense) armored vehicles, weapons, and a few years back had placed massive 'unexplained' orders of freeze dried foods that took more than a few distributors off the map for nearly a year (I saw it, lived it, bought around it). These are all facts. In my estimation, based on those facts, the government is arming/preparing itself for a bunch of pissed off people state side.

    I don't think they're coming after us, the US citizen. I think THEY THINK we may come after them when the dollar goes poof, the big ponzi scheme is unveiled, and it's no longer a viable reality to hide it from the people. And even if the overall population does not react with violence, large groups will. Some of those groups could be opportunists, gangs, possible escapes (en-mass), and the feds know they'll need a place to put them (hopefully a temporary police-related detention for safety's sake).

    I think the Feds know/see the financial inevitable and are procuring resources ahead of time. Prepping.
    Or I'm totally wrong, and you'll find me slinging soy burgers in my local FEMA camp in the New World Order ;)
    RA

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  • Buggyout
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    Originally posted by Sierra 173 View Post
    The thing is that I was around when the government had to come up with some detention facilities back in the 1980s for all the people from the Muriel or Cuban Boatlift. What they did, almost overnight, was take old Army barracks and surround them with razor wire. Then they placed armed guards walking around outside of the barracks areas. That was their fast, simple and easy solution to detaining thousands and thousands of foreign people. So when I read about the FEMA camps, I had to check out some of the camp sites near me. I found nothing at three locations. This leads me to believe that whoever came up with the FEMA camp idea is just making up stuff.

    I also noticed how they had the so-called "FEMA district map" in some of their posts too. What they did was clone the map for the CRT groups or Civilian Response Teams. The CRT groups are part of the Army National Guard and would respond to any threat in the U.S. that involves chemical, nuclear or biological weapons. So, if you find the so-called "FEMA district map" and compare it to the national map for various CRT groups, you'll find that they are exactly the same. So SOMEBODY was even too lazy to come up with something original when it came to designating a FEMA map.
    Yeah.... Too much free time on their hands for sure.

    -Buggy

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  • Sierra 173
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    The thing is that I was around when the government had to come up with some detention facilities back in the 1980s for all the people from the Muriel or Cuban Boatlift. What they did, almost overnight, was take old Army barracks and surround them with razor wire. Then they placed armed guards walking around outside of the barracks areas. That was their fast, simple and easy solution to detaining thousands and thousands of foreign people. So when I read about the FEMA camps, I had to check out some of the camp sites near me. I found nothing at three locations. This leads me to believe that whoever came up with the FEMA camp idea is just making up stuff.

    I also noticed how they had the so-called "FEMA district map" in some of their posts too. What they did was clone the map for the CRT groups or Civilian Response Teams. The CRT groups are part of the Army National Guard and would respond to any threat in the U.S. that involves chemical, nuclear or biological weapons. So, if you find the so-called "FEMA district map" and compare it to the national map for various CRT groups, you'll find that they are exactly the same. So SOMEBODY was even too lazy to come up with something original when it came to designating a FEMA map.

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  • Buggyout
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    I also have never believed the whole FEMA concentration camp thing, and I trained with FEMA for disaster relief. We were taught to use schools, churches and such for short term shelters. The only thing I can think of is the regional supply points, FEMA uses... some of these ARE fields and such to be used to centralize supplies and equipment. There is ALWAYS a small level of truth to every conspiracy theory.

    -Buggy

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  • Sierra 173
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    Do your own test of the sites, if you can do so. Load up the car and drive to some of the listed sites and check them out yourself. I've been to 3 of the sites and have determined that there's no camps there. Whoever made up the list is blowing smoke that's heavily laced with "heavy recreational drugs." If you doubt me, go check out the sites yourself. Some of these sites are so easy to locate and get to that there is no way you could ever miss them at all.

    Take the one listed as being just south of the federal prison south of Pekin, Illinois. You can even use Google earth on that one and see that it's between 2 roads and is a field. Some years it's a cornfield. Other years it lays fallow. Other years there's soybeans in it but the key here is that there's NO FEMA camp there at all. It's just a field. I've watched that field for years and years since I've first heard about the FEMA camps and such. It never changes except for the crops that grow there.

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  • herk7769
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    Just finished Dark Days; Rough Roads by Matthew Mark and started "The End" by G. Michael Hopf.

    All excellent "reads."

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  • imro
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    The FEMA conspiracies reminds me too much of the conspiracies I heard as kid in communist system. Than one night my grandpa diapered for few month. And than in 60 tis communism started falling apart and we saw how many of it was real and hidden from people. Just look how many camps are being only now open in ex Soviet Union and the horror stories from them.
    Imro

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  • lady_banjo
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    Thanks for the book recommendations herk. Just ordered them.

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  • Applejack
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    Will check out these books. they sound as though they to will be really great reads.
    Herk, I agree with what you are saying and it more than likely is going to and may have in some cases here already started, but I have not heard of it yet.

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  • herk7769
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    We sometimes forget the "resettlement camps" set up here for Japanese American citizens; not as well known, Italian and German citizens/immigrants were also interned during WWII.

    Many Japanese families never got back what was seized. Most European "detainees" did not as well.

    Even American Citizens of European descent had their homes routinely searched for "Contraband" like radios and firearms.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian...can_internment

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German-American_internment

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanes...can_internment

    Can't happen here? It already has.

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  • herk7769
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    A really good read and you will be on your chair waiting for book 2 (due ay day now).

    Story of a "financial collapse" scenario.

    http://www.amazon.com/Oh-Sh-Awakening-Michael-Kaye-ebook/dp/B00EYSS65U/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1387374568&sr=1-1&keywords=oh+shit


    These three books are also VERY good an can't wait for book 4

    http://www.amazon.com/Going-Home-Nov...d_sim_kstore_2

    In order:

    Going Home
    Surviving Home
    Escaping Home
    Last edited by herk7769; 12-18-2013, 08:37 AM.

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  • Applejack
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    I have read the book one second after and it is a great book. One everyone should read. I am aware of FEMA and I don't trust them. this is not a good thing going on with them.

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  • LeanneS
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    Nice post.Though they are tasked with safeguarding citizens, FEMA has not always made friends. Starting in March, Federal Emergency Management Agency started requesting repayment of $21 million from citizens. This money is from 5,560 individuals that got money in the past. One federal senator is already taking steps to take care of this problem. The bill faces heavy debate, as it would cost the government several million dollars. If his efforts fail, a lot of people could need personal loansto help pay off the money.

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