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IS SOMETHING BIG COMING? Report: FEMA Just Quietly Activated Civilian Corps

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posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 12:48 AM
Just found this video, haven't watched it yet.

What I'm seeing is it was supposed to be ready by June 30th 2018 but the date has been changed to 2016.

Another video, also of which I haven't watched but will. Info off of YT says go to 23 minute mark.

Will have some viewing and researching for this night.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 05:16 AM
a reply to: Xcathdra

I don't believe they would just give in. They won't, and the Gov't know this. That's why they keep trying to sneak bills in so as not to cause a chaotic situation. They're trying and have been actually doing this covertly for a while now. I believe the Gun issue will be the trigger to the Many losing it, if you will.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 05:50 AM

originally posted by: khnum
a reply to: Xcathdra

Yes I do,Hegelian Dialectic Problem Reaction Solution
The coming Soros orchestrated protests may well be so bad the populous demand martial law.

A state of emergency can be called while Martial Law cannot.

So no I do not see it occurring. Secondly given Obamas popularity any support he does have would be swept aside.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 05:51 AM
a reply to: awareness10

At which point I would note the US Military would be obligated to act to defend the Constitution.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 05:57 AM
a reply to: truthwilout

No it didnt. I am in the Citizen Corps. Your info source is wrong.

1st Responder/FEMA-DHS
Citizen Corps

*State Governors call out the National Guards 1st...and then the Citizen Corps

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 06:50 AM
I have the impression a lot of people across the country are spooked more than usual right now and all sorts of "rumors," intentional and not, are flying around.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 07:08 AM
a reply to: Xcathdra

At this point i'm not sure if the Constitution will survive. From what i'm seeing, there are those who would wish death upon the Second Amendment.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 07:09 AM
a reply to: tweetie

And FEMA has postponed various events for the month of July.
And don't need us....
1st Responder
Citizen Corps, Michigan

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 08:41 AM
Something big really is coming

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 08:46 AM
I don't know if this is relevant..but I will add. The other day on my FB feed I noticed this article..from 6/15. Now WSIU is a local university radio station. This is southern I have no idea why they would hold a anthrax drill??? Weird...

JCHD Holds A Mock Anthrax Response Drill
By BRAD PALMER • JUN 15, 2016

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 09:45 AM
a reply to: Neopan100

this my be old news but here goes i serf the web and come across i guy filming a flatbed carrying of all things grave liners,
and there is music in the back ground low he was heading somewhere on 70 in my state so i took note. Little latter i re watch the same vid and the sound is muted due to "a valuation of copy right law " ??????? i have viewed other vids of game stop dumpster dives and their music is blasting away and they are still on the web un muted.?
also Jesse Venchora was filming a piece about thousands of grave liners and during the piece people came to move the liners? and the people basically told him to get lost , if these are related what do they mean, i think it is part of the activation

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 09:49 AM
or hopeful a case of "if we have it we will not need" type of thing

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 09:51 AM
a reply to: truthwilout

Unfortunately, in the current world we live in, there's always something big coming.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 11:34 AM

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 02:42 PM
a reply to: Xcathdra

Is this perhaps the reason that the law enforcement officers throughout the US have been militarised in the past decade? So there's an opposing team, when the military decide to defend the constitution & to hell with the politicians? Would LEOs be more likely to fire on civilians than the armed forces? I think they would, but not all of them, obviously. Just enough to perhaps intimidate most ordinary folk into submission, and to give the civil resistance a heck of a fight - a real civil war would break out, brother against brother, if LEO began firing on civilians in a time of martial law.

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 03:27 PM
Here is how Barack Obama views many of us (including me):
edit on 17-6-2016 by deloprator20000 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 03:58 PM
A very good friend said he saw a convoy of camo FEMA look trailers moving through Dearborn Michigan. Said since the shooting in Orlando it has been real tense up there. He was working and was not able to grab his phone for a pic.

Anyone else in that area see anything? All we have is Blackhawks and AH's in Orlando...

posted on Jun, 17 2016 @ 11:18 PM
a reply to: matafuchs
Has anyone seen this yet?

Is this more predictive programing? Is this a warning of what lies ahead?

posted on Jun, 18 2016 @ 12:25 AM
a reply to: FlyInTheOintment

Every LEO I have talked to are not going to support a gun grab nor will they support martial law. We have worked with guard units in terms of coordinating responses to situations that would overwhelm law enforcement. I will note that state guard units are not covered by posse comitatus as they answer to the Governor / Adjutant General and are not under federal command. In the back chat with the military people I have talked with over the years, they would not support an action that is based on unlawful / unconstitutional commands on the home front.

I will note that the training we did have had nothing to do with countering any civil unrest / situation where the civilian population was the enemy. It revolved around securing infrastructure to support / facilitate getting supplies to civilians in the event all hell breaks loose where transportation / communication / breakdown in basic services occurs. My state (Mo) has emergency plans that deal with many scenarios, including massive earthquakes along the New Madrid's fault.

Law Enforcement has the same ability, albeit easier than the military, to refuse illegal commands. Firing on civilians is one of those orders that would be illegal. We are constrained by the constitution, federal law, scotus rulings, state law, state scotus rulings and departmental policy. Even during disaster declarations / emergency declarations the use of force can change but not by much. The changes would revolve around being able to use deadly force to protect critical supplies (food / medicine / water / etc).

My chain of command is my departments command staff and that can change if we are attached to county / state police / other police agencies during emergencies. With that said I can say the officers I know are not going to fire on civilians in order to push some marshal law type scenario. Our authority comes from the consent of the people that have entrusted us with their authority to enforce the laws. It does not come from the Federal government.

I was in Joplin when the tornadoes hit and I will say that in addition to police from all over Missouri, we had law enforcement from surrounding states respond in addition to federal agencies that have law enforcement divisions.

To give an example of how that worked -
Mo law allows law enforcement from bordering states, while in performance of their duties, to be covered under Mo law as having the same authority as Mo law enforcement. The same law applies to federal law enforcement.

Joplin declared a state of emergency and established a curfew and partial lock down of the city. The areas of the city that were hit hardest were designated and the curfew restricted to just those areas. People who lived in the zones were not affected by the curfew but they were required to identify to law enforcement to verify they lived in the area and to be given a pass exempting them. Anyone else in the area who didnt live there and was not a part of law enforcement were told to leave and those caught after the curfew were arrested / removed from the area.

SEMA / FEMA interaction -
Mo has SEMA (State Emergency Management Agency). When SEMA was activated they coordinate with the county, who coordinates with the city. The cities put out a list of what they needed, SEMA would fill what they could and would pass on the list of what they couldn't to FEMA, who would locate the rest and supply it.

I bring this info up because I think its important to note that there was no jurisdictional pissing contests, no federal vs state vs local vs city issues. The feds didnt stroll in and try to assume control. To be honest the FEMA response was surprisingly helpful and lacked the typical red tape one would expect. As an example emergency loans required people to essentially fill out a basic form to get emergency funds with more in depth paperwork being required down the road when things stabilized. The caveat was the people getting emergency funds were told if they lie they have to repay the money.

I will say that, god forbid this occurs, in an instance where a civil war type issue occurs, police / guard units will side with the people.

To inject some levity in a nightmare scenario I don't see the left winning since they dont own guns. This is why I can't see this occurring in a straightforward manner because the people pushing a martial law type set up would not have the support to be successful.

ETA - Emergency management is a complex topic. More so than what some people think. As an example FEMA and body bags / plastic coffins. Most emergencies that occur normally do not have mass casualty results. By mass casualty I mean more than what the normal infrastructure can handle. At the local level thousands of body bags / plastic coffins are just not needed. When we start to see casualties in the many hundreds to thousand range local / regional resources would become stressed if not completely overwhelmed. While the thought of stockpiling body bags / coffins can have a sinister feel try to see it from the other side. Believe it or not bodies left out in the open can have major health affects on the area, both medically / environmentally and believe it or not mentally. Not having a system in place to deal with a scenario no one wants but can be a very real possibility is only prudent.
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posted on Jun, 18 2016 @ 12:30 AM
a reply to: matafuchs

I'm on the opposite side of the state but it's not uncommon to see uniformed guys driving military vehicles around the state. There are a lot of reserve bases.

Contrary however is that I have noticed the dumping of money into these reserve bases. Bigger thicker fences, lights. So best guess?

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