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Martial Law/FEMA Camps USA

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posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 04:50 PM
There is much talk and debate about Martial Law and FEMA camps in the US from lay people to the well educated and informed, plus a myriad of sites on the Net discussing same but how do Americans themselves see this issue.

Is it all crap or is there some real substance to these issue's and are there any Americans who have inside info on these matters, times, false flags etc.

If you are in the Yes camp, please explain why you think so. If your in the no camp, please provide info to the contrary explaining why you dont think it could happen in the US and what control measures are in place to prevent such a situation from becoming a reality.

posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 04:52 PM
reply to post by magicmushroom

I am in the "I have no clue camp." Got one of those as I educate myself to this thread?

[edit on 29-8-2008 by LunarLooney1]

posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 05:09 PM
yes martial law and these camp are true but it is only for when a mass virus outbreaks and seriously threatens the survival mankind people with the virus are to be round up and killed and the popluation quarentined.

it is for in the event of serious economic collapse 100 times worse then the great depression. were people would stealing killing and rioting just to survive

thats what these places are for! and what martial law is for and to think that the govt dosn't plan for these scenarios and its just a fantasy conspiracy theory is just ridiculous

posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 05:15 PM
The US military can barely keep control in Iraq - a country smaller than the state of Texas. Existing police cannot keep control of localized crime.

If the government was to impose martial law and anger a currently docile populace, neither the police nor the military would be able to maintain control on a country-wide scale.

In a situation similar to 911 or Katrina, martial law could easily be enacted to help maintain order for a short period of time. Localized, it 'can' be accomplished. Wide-scale, in my opinion, it will not happen.

posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 05:25 PM
What makes you think that the US Should/Would have ''Concentration Camps''?

Why just the US?

Why not other countries?

Does the US Government really distrust its citizens that much to warrant having Concentration Camps?

posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 05:39 PM
Turns out the Nazis have a thistle in their nether orifice about the US of A because of WWII. They want to bring it to its knees. The NeocoNazis (Bush, et al) are rubbing their hands together in anticipation of what they have in store for us.

This is why specifically the USA. But be sure... They are eying other locales as well.

posted on Aug, 30 2008 @ 02:10 PM
Some day there may be a disaster either man made or natural, and likely a combination of both options such as the New Orleans debacle. Also consider a series of events that strain and then break our national or regional economies, our transportation system, communications, civil service systems, monetary and sustenance delivery systems, and basically end life as we know it for many of us.
Imagine large populations at risk, in rebellion, dead or dieing.
If you were in charge, given the task of maintaining order, preservation of assets and lives, then would'nt you like to have 600 detention centers strategically located for the purpose of managing large groups of people in distress, disposition of mass casualties in a manner that reduces the risk to the surviving, and yes the militaristic and legal mandate to suppress fomentation of rebellious groups. Rebellion against civil authority and lawlessness has happened in America recently and often. Keep your nose clean, and when the excrement hits the fan get out of Dodge. Go to your designated center, mind your P's and Q's and follow directions. Otherwise you will be a rebel.

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