posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 07:07 PM
This is my final analysis of the research gathered by myself and banned ATS member and friend Lexion. I want to start out by sending out very sincere
gratitude to Lexion, who although banned, decided to progress with the search for truth and continue gathering information on the subject of the
existence of FEMA camps within the United States.
The two of us had different views on this subject when we began the project. Lex was the skeptic. I, on the other hand, believed these "camps" to
be true and in functioning existence. Throughout the gathering of information, I have come to believe that these so called "camps" do need to be
looked at with a certain degree of skepticism.
After reading a hurricane Katrina victim's experience at a FEMA camp, I am convinced that they do exist. The question still lies in what the actual
intentions of them are. According to the victim's account, the camps were very well structured and observed. People coming to visit those who were
at the camps were not allowed to bring most items they had inside the camps.. Many were told to leave all of their supplies (food, books, blankets,
etc) at their cars as they were not items approved by FEMA. This I found particularly disturbing. Family members and friends could not bring food
and clothing into the victims bunkhouses due to FEMA regulations? That does not seem right. Adds to the effect of a concentration camp in my
opinion. FEMA wanted total control of everything going into and out of the camps. On the opposite side of things, the victims were allowed to leave
the camps whenever they wished. The only repercussion was that they could not return. EVER! Once you leave, you cannot return. I guess it is a
good thing that you could leave in the first place. The only suspicious thing that the victim recounted was the fact that there seemed to be an awful
lot of uniformed military personnel and even local law enforcement. they suggested that this made them fear what may happen. the idea of constantly
being watched as if I was a criminal when I just survived a natural disaster would make me uncomfortable as well. At the end of reading this account
I deduced the following. In this instance, these "camps" do exist for the intended purpose that FEMA claims. On the other side of the coin, one
has to be able to believe that areas like these do exist and that they are capable of handling mass amounts of people, say if martial law is declared
and people do get rounded up.
After carefully looking at the photos gathered by Lex and taking a trip to two supposed locations of camps within New York, I have become a bit
skeptical myself. Starting with the NY locations. In my humble opinion, there was nothing out of the ordinary at these sites. The only consistency
with other claimed "camps" is that they are near water and a railway system. Both facilities I visited appeared to be a normal mining operation.
Now if the government plans on rounding people up and making them work their behinds off mining different ores, then this is their place. there were
no bunkhouses, no large buildings to hold people, or even anything remotely resembling a "concentration camp" setting. As a matter of fact, they
were so close to a major roadway, that nothing could be done out of the site of thousands traveling by each day.
Moving to the photos provided by Lexion, I have to make almost the entirely same assessment. It appeared to me by his photos, that these locations
are very overgrown and under used. Lex stated that he noticed a lot of hunters in the area of the first location he went to. Which leads me to
believe that nothing out of the ordinary was happening at that location. The fact that anyone could get onto the land and hunt suggests that there is
nothing to hide. The second facility that he traveled to was a bit more interesting as you can notice by the photo that it was a US Marshall training
facility. The fact that he had a vehicle coming towards him at a high rate of speed is also interesting. This suggests that the facility may have a
bit more to hide than we know. But, even still, from the other photos attached, we see nothing but overgrown vines and weeds with no real intact
structures present. To me personally, this would be a hell of a place to play some paintball and nothing more. It seems to have been a training
facility at one point, but unless they plan on renovating, this facility is out the window for holding people under martial law.
In conclusion, I have come to regard these camps with a high degree of skepticism. In fact, most of the argument of declaring martial law and
rounding people up has to be looked at with skepticism. If the government plans on initiating this action, they would have to bring home many many
troops and recruit many police organizations. Both of which I do not see happening anytime soon. I do believe however that the FEMA camps do exist.
Through some investigation and research, I have concluded that so far, they have been used for what FEMA claims. If in fact they are going to declare
martial law and round people up and turn them into concentration camps, we as the public will never know the truth. It makes more since in my
opinion that if the government wants to harbour its citizens somewhere, they would just use military bases that already have a type of housing
quarters and are very protected against the outside public rather than constructing new camps and spending millions of dollars when they already have