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Originally posted by OrphenFire
Why wouldn't people believe in FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps? There's one down the road from my house >_>
FEMA and FEMA camps aren't some super secret thing. They're camps built in order to house civilians in case of a local catastrophe. Tornado destroys entire neighborhood? The government can house the people in the FEMA camp temporarily. FEMA employees also help clean up and rebuild destroyed communities.
Now, do I think FEMA camps could be used for more sinister means? Sure. But to act like people "don't believe they built FEMA camps" is like pretending we're trying to prove the CIA is a spy agency. It's a waste of time.
yeah - waiting on the flames for 'c', but hey. there is something not right about the amount of influence in US foreign policy. no other country has newly elected senators getting flown off to a foreign country for a 'pep' talk.
Originally posted by Patrioitinsheepclothing
So I got up this morning, early... the dog decided it was time to pee, no new snow...my back is thankful for that!
I get a cup of coffee and sit down to my computer and this is the first thing I read.
I keep hearing more and more about the one here in Alaska, it might not be so hard to find and get some pictures of. Ive heard it was first build for the National Insain Alyum they were trying to get passed through Congress, when that fell through, FEMA swept in and took over??
Anyone else have info on this they could share??
Im sure alot will be explained this Friday.
Originally posted by ericsnow
Nazi concentration camps were portrayed as happy camps too. They were also considered a conspiracy theory by most people until the late 40s.