posted on Nov, 1 2009 @ 12:45 PM
reply to post by dashar
If anyone posts things in the internet that they wouldn't want the government to see (examples: conspiracies to harm a president, discussions of past
crimes, terrorists plots, etc) then it is their own fault if they are taken by government officials. when one posts in the internet one has to
remember that this virtual place is not fully anonymous; everything you write and post online is like shouting your ideas in a public center.
EVERYTHING one posts online becomes public for the world to see.
I am not afraid if the government looks over my posts, for I have nothing to hide. I have no intentions whatsoever to harm any government official or
civilian. In fact, if you post in the internet you should EXPECT the possibility of governments and individuals to find information about you.
This is why I always say be careful with what you post online, it can come back in the future to bite your behind.
In addition, i don't think you have anything to worry about with the supposed fema camps. their purpose is for victims of catastrophes and natural
disasters, not to serve as concentration camps for dissenters and people with different political ideologies.
There are no credible sources, other than crazy non-credible conspiracy theories, for the idea of FEMA camps being concentration camps.