reply to post by Zaphod58
I happen to live at a confluence of all three "threats: Foreign troops, FEMA camps, and "FEMA death trains!"
In San Antonio, Texas the Air Force maintains Lackland AFB for training recruits, and Randolph AFB for training pilots. Both facilities host foreign
airmen by the hundreds, if not thousands every year. As far back as Iran under the Shah, we've had agreements for sharing facilities and
Right next door to Lackland, the former Kelly AFB has been closed under the Base Closure Act and converted largely to civilian use. During the
Katrina aftermath, FEMA relocated nearly 10,000 N.O. residents to the base and provided them housing, food and communications. NONE were gassed or
baked in ovens, despite criminality among them and spreading into nearby communities.
There are still several thousand of these FEMA "prisoners" in San Antonio who refuse to leave and return to New Orleans! "FEMA (concentration)
camps", my ass! Get them out of here, THEY WON'T GO AWAY!
As part of Kelly's conversion, an inland port was created for transshipment of goods between the U.S. and Mexico. This included automobiles, heavy
equipment and farm implements in both directions. "Maquiladoras" were a significant source of employment and production for American and Mexican
manufacturers, reaching all the way to Toyota plants in Indiana. Moreover, Toyota's largest "Tundra" plant was developed approximately 2.5 miles
away, near Somerset, Texas.
Much of this traffic was accomplished via rail auto carriers and flatcars. With the downturn in the economy, these cars have been stationed in and
around the area railheads.
So, here in one spot, I can debunk all three of these childish, factless, baseless theories just by reading
into the source and not just
Grow up. Read something once in a while instead of blogs. Get a life.
These stories are nothing more than crap for kids.
[edit on 19-4-2009 by jdub297]