I certainly understand how the times in which we live can give birth to paranoia. So, please understand that I am not criticizing those who feel that
the video in question has some level of credibility. I don't agree but am understanding of others who feel differently than I.
That said, to me, that video was nothing more than a couple of people lost in some delusional, revolutionary mission who, more than anything else,
want to feel as if they can have some impact on world events.
The internet is a wonderful thing that puts the ability to receive and transmit information to an audience we would not have previously been able to
access. Some of us want desperately to use this vehicle as a road to importance or relevance.
Ok end of my lame attempt at amateur psychology
Let's analyze the alleged "inside info," as explained by our two video hosts, shall we? The likelihood that such a sensitive meeting would e held
at a local police station, in an open room, within earshot of any person who happens by is so remote that it makes me question the motivation of those
involved. The people on the video are either ignorant or extremely gullible.
Secondly, the FEMA employees are identified as such because they were wearing FEMA jackets. FEMA employees do not wear those jackets everywhere they
go...mostly they wear them when they are working at an Emergency site. There is no way, if we suspend reality for a moment and believe this meeting
took place, they would want to be so easily identified at this most sensitive meeting.
Thirdly, there is such a clear anti Obama sentiment on display in the video that one has to question the motivation of those involved. This does not,
in and of itself, render the message moot, but it should cause any thinking person to wonder how much of a factor this is here.
Finally, I have more than a few friends in law enforcement, including one who is the Chief of Police in a Southern CT town and none of them have heard
anything remotely resembling the dire message being transmitted by these two Goobers in the video.