posted on May, 22 2011 @ 02:54 AM
The past couple of years has brought mad speculation on FEMA concentration camps. It seems that most people, at least on this forum, are convinced
the government is conspiring to enslave the population. Personally, I find the evidence for these camps lacking and frankly, incredible.
Nevertheless, I will set aside my skepticism and assume these camps are real.
Stories of these 'concentration camps' began shortly after Hurricane Katrina. Everyone was pissed off at FEMA for being so slow in getting help to
those poor folks. FEMA looked bad. After Katrina, FEMA was re-organized so the same thing would not happen again. Now imagine instead of shoving
100,000 people into a sports stadium, there was a better solution. A FEMA camp. A camp set up with communication equipment, hospitals, beds, water,
fuel, food, and anything else a refugee might need. Think how much less heartache would have occurred if loved ones were able to be located and
Now, god forbid, a terrorist decides to nuke a city. What do you do with all those people who have been displaced? What do you do with all those
people who are infected with radiation? How can loved one's be in contact with each other? The answer is, a refugee camp. A FEMA camp. If your
city was nuked and you had no water, food, doctors, clothes, communication. etc. would you not ask for help? Would a FEMA camp not be a godsend?