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posted on May, 26 2009 @ 07:07 AM
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So if they are all there for an innocent purpose then why were they not used during Katrina ?

Why are they not advertised in the public domain ?




posted on May, 26 2009 @ 07:15 AM
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Originally posted by Stevie55
reply to post by NeutralGuard
 


So if they are all there for an innocent purpose then why were they not used during Katrina ?

Why are they not advertised in the public domain ?





This thread may help answer that the first question:

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:45 PM
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It doesn't mean they are camps but at the same time, playing devil's advocate...i don't think they would openly make something that crazy a secret and draw attention to it or openly say it is/make it obvious that it would be a camp if they were.

[edit on 26-5-2009 by EctoCooler HiC]



posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 04:26 AM
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Why don;t you get on google earth imaging and check out the mysterious base in central utar.I have studied this area quite alot.Copied photos from google earth from this area and i beleive it some kind of prision camp or consintration camp.Many small buildings circled by many fences.Many under ground bunkers and a area where many shipping containers bus,or trucks were parked but have now vanished.check it out



posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 05:31 AM
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kill a couple thousand people and you're a murderer.
kill a couple million and your a conquerer.
thats the difference.



posted on Aug, 25 2009 @ 08:32 AM
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Originally posted by hotbakedtater
reply to post by kyred
 

I am in Louisville, KY. To my surprise(not really) one was listed in my city. Ok, so it was vague...US naval ordnance plant, in the southside of the city. So, upon googling, I discovered the supposed fema camp is right next to our airport, and it is now called Raytheon Missile Systems!! I had no idea this company was in my city.


I drove over to Naval Ordinance this weekend and spent a good 45 minutes on recon... there's nothing there out of the ordinary. No fenced in yards with the razor wire turned in...no incinerators....no FEMA coffin stacks.

Yes, Raytheon has a presence there but this former Naval plant has been converted into a technology park so their presence there isn't a big surprise.

Naval Ordinance should be checked out by others to confirm, but we need to start taking these off the list once several people have looked. We have to stop the crackpots on here from turning these discussions into bad SyFy channel movies of the week. Get out there, do some actual homework, and see what happens.



posted on Sep, 2 2009 @ 02:52 AM
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Yea I've seen one listed here in Lubbock.

It's so ridiculous that so many of these places have been listed as "FEMA concentration camps" for years, when they're obviously not.

I also LOVE the "FEMA people trains" that are the train cars used to transport cars and trucks from manufacturers to dealers.

I visit this site only so often and don't put a lot of effort into posts so I'm glad someone finally did this.



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 11:51 PM
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My mother was a German in Hitler's Nazi Germany in the late 30's. She could not believe that Dacha, Auschwitz existed for the mass murder of anyone. It was later that she had to face the history of what the Nazi's did in the name of Germany! I was almost 14, and studying WWII in history when I told her that the stories of the concentration death camps is real

So like you doubters she too was in disbelief as to the evil that a government can do to its people. Just keep that belief so when HS (Homeland Security) knocks on your door and tell you to get in the truck there has been an outbreak of a biological weapon, and you have to be moved. Once you taken to a train track and loaded in a train car and taken to a place that looks like a prison, and you are then forced at gun point to enter, fight them with you denial and holding this belief.

After 9-11 and the 2 wars and the collapse of our economy I don't trust this government! I have pictures of the WTC and I see no melted beams. Why do ALL the excavators have either a grapple or a hammer. Not one has a mag on it. None of the cranes had mag's either. Is this because these companies knew ahead of time that there was no need of a shear attachment or a mag? You please give me your learned opinion on this too! Most wrecking yards have a mag first or a grapple that can hold a mag!



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by ericds
Yea I've seen one listed here in Lubbock.

It's so ridiculous that so many of these places have been listed as "FEMA concentration camps" for years, when they're obviously not.

I also LOVE the "FEMA people trains" that are the train cars used to transport cars and trucks from manufacturers to dealers.

I visit this site only so often and don't put a lot of effort into posts so I'm glad someone finally did this.


These people believe they are the '2nd chosen ones'
edit on 27-12-2010 by Ellen15 because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 02:33 AM
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I live in maine. I too would check these out for myself, but I dont have a vehicle. I admit I don't know where Loring airforce base is (not familiar with 'the county'), but though it may sound stupid, I assume its in a place called Loring? Lol...I did hear though there was a 'fema came' in Houlton. I am not sure if LAB and the 'houlton fema camp' are the same entity. can you clear this up for me?

Anyway, I dont really know what to think about the fema camps. As someone mentioned, regardless of what theyre being used for nowm these could easily be converted into internment camps...

But then again, so could wal marts.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 05:34 PM
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Alor of these so called "Concentration Camps" are actually alot different. You've probably heard about the one outside covington georgia, that one was actually a facility owned by vantage products, which produces burial liners, the reason that you're not allowed in is because it's private, and they don't want people stealing #.

But alex jones didn't say that.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 05:39 PM
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he didnt mention 9/11, i am a sceptic of everything from aliens to illuminati, and i believe 9/11 was an inside job, i am repeatedly accused of believing it wasnt when i criticize other theories, i didnt even mention the name 9/11. If you assume, you make an ass out of u and me



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 07:11 PM
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Excellent Topic to the OP! I have wanted to reply to this for a while but I wanted to wait til I visited Loring myself!
Big Hello to all since this is my first post and I wanted to come directly to this thread, sorry for waking it up.

Just got back from Loring today after a weekend trip. I have always wanted to see it for myself, just wish I could have seen it while it was in its prime. I live in central Maine and wanted to explore a few "cold war" relics! I am very satisfied with my trip to Loring but way too short, I plan on going back. I explored some of the base with my vehicle and some on foot. Not sure how much has changed since the OP has been there but the local police tend to not like people too too close to buildings near the flight line, I was questioned twice by police. Once during day and once during about 8 pm at night. They only reason they gave me for stopping me was " I was too close to a "classified flight strip" (grass was growing up through the cracks). They told me to keep on the main roads and I would not have a problem. They took my license and my friends identification also. I did not actually drive or go onto to the flight line.

I also drove around much of the base, most of it is a designated "National Wild Life Refuge"with a big welcome sign, vs State lands as the OP stated. I do not know a lot about NWR's but I guess they are restricted to walk into because after the big welcome sign every other sign was "do not enter- only authorized people-". I have to say that made me a bit curious.

I got the chance to talk to a lot of locals and a few people that were stationed there and to the ones I talked to, they really seem to think it is a bit odd after 16 years people still get hassled when going onto what was the base. One local even told me that a few years back he was fishing in his boat and traveled into the Refuge and was escorted out by uniformed people with arms. Could be a tall tale, not sure and not the only story I got the chance to be told while I was there like that.

Well to get to the topic, I have to agree with the OP in that I do not believe this is a FEMA camp, but I do believe something may be going on there that we are not privy to. The old base is used by a few institutions, a couple of them doing military things and Job Corps and garages and such. Speed tests happen here also, I guess of course they have to get special permission.

Got the chance to take in some awesome history about the base and met some very nice people that miss their base. Got the chance also to see all the potato and broccoli farms! Oh, the old NIKE missile sites where great too! I felt at home on base and brought back some good memories of base life since I was in the Marine Corps at one time.

Base is now called Loring Commerce Center (in the middle of nowhere) and the whole area is called The Aroostook National Wild Life Refuge.

Just cant wait to go back!
edit on 18-9-2011 by paulyreb because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 07:19 PM
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-above was edited for misspelling-
Sorry, been awhile since I have posted in forums.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 06:20 AM
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i think some people are over hyping the "FEMA camp" situation.. could those actually be refugee centers in times of crisis? YES okay it does look kind of like a concentration camp not to mention the double fenced gated where it is pointing inwards instead of outwards

"inwards" is telling you that you are aren't leaving.

"outwards" is telling you to keep out.

If you watch videos on Auschwitz you can clearly see the electrified gate pointing inwards.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 06:32 AM
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Well, here's an interesting report:

Hello to Manzanar: An Internment Camp Experience

Rebuilding a pre existing American internment camp...

huh? OK... I guess if it worked as an internment camp in the past why not rebuild it and let it do it's work in the future, right?



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 07:07 AM
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There is no doubt that these things are for civil unrest. Where people get it wrong is they think there is a predetermined date of round up or that the "camps" are there for when the government snatches up people from some imaginary list.

However.. they are there for a reason:
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