posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 12:49 PM
Looks like the Congress is about to take serious steps with the FEMA camps.
A new bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives called the National Emergency Centers Act or HR 645.
I find this unbelievable, I would have thought the FEMA camps were more of an undercover type operation, but it seems it is not.
This bill if passed into law will direct the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish national emergency centers otherwise known as FEMA camp
facilities on military installations. This is an incredibly disturbing piece of legislation considering that the powers that be have already set in
motion an agenda to setup a nationwide marital law apparatus through U.S. Northern Command and the Department of Homeland Security.
I am starting to get convinced that it does not matter who is in control of Congress and the Senate - we are going to get screwed either way.
I truely thought the Congress kept going along with Bush, as they didn't have enough votes to ever over ride him, but I am being proven wrong.
The fact, they are introducing this bill, is scary.
Even though we already know that detention facilities are already in place, they now want to legalize the construction of FEMA camps on military
installations using the ever popular excuse that the facilities are for the purposes of a national emergency.
Here is Section 2 of the bill being introduced:
SEC. 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY CENTERS.
(a) In General- In accordance with the requirements of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish not fewer than 6 national
emergency centers on military installations.
(b) Purpose of National Emergency Centers- The purpose of a national emergency center shall be to use existing infrastructure--
(1) to provide temporary housing, medical, and humanitarian assistance to individuals and families dislocated due to an emergency or major
(2) to provide centralized locations for the purposes of training and ensuring the coordination of Federal, State, and local first responders;
(3) to provide centralized locations to improve the coordination of preparedness, response, and recovery efforts of government, private, and
not-for-profit entities and faith-based organizations; and
(4) to meet other appropriate needs, as determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
It also says, the Secretary of Homeland Security can not set up any fewer than 6 centers on the bases. It continues to say, they can do anything they
deem is neccessary at those facilities.
Link to article: www.roguegovernment.com...
Section 3 is very long, but you can read it at the above link. I will insert it, if mods say it is ok.