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posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 08:39 PM
reply to post by xuenchen

its a genuine camp for "immigrant" detention owned by a contractor.

some say these could be used anytime for "FEMA".

Originally posted by 1825114
^ Take note of how many of those facilities are in very close proximity to sports complexes/fenced fields, railroads, waterways, and other stuff I listed above...

Just because FEMA isn't the company that runs them doesn't mean they can't/won't be used for the citizenry, you're 'arguing' a moot point...

No argument from me !

Those centers are well equipped and in use !

AND, how do we know for sure WHO is in there?

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 08:45 PM
reply to post by 1825114

Boy have you missed the point.

Sporting grounds, fields and stadiums make perfect temporary housing for people during a natural disaster.

Where did many from Katrina get sent? To the stadium.

What about the various towns in Victoria, during the bush fires in2009? To the football ovals.

These places have plenty of space and amenities for large groups of people.

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 08:46 PM
Yeah the locations in Maryland are real places.....
whether or not they are FEMA camps, thats a different story. I do know they have some crazy bio wepons in
ft.Detrick but as far as the FEMA camps go, I have no idea.

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 09:01 PM
I'm Sorry, but I cannot take these "maps" seriously. For Alaska it states there are no roads, only Air Trans. The one East of Valdez has Major Roads all around the Area and in such a spot that seems difficult to process civilians, LOL..

If there's one at the end of the base, (FT Rich) on the water's edge, I could believe that for the south central areas. Still, knowing how many people that have personal arsonals, the AK's Army division will have a difficult and hard front on their hands if they are to take the private sector down, HERE! HERE! to the New Revolution.

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 09:11 PM

Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by 1825114

Boy have you missed the point.

Sporting grounds, fields and stadiums make perfect temporary housing for people during a natural disaster.

Where did many from Katrina get sent? To the stadium.

What about the various towns in Victoria, during the bush fires in2009? To the football ovals.

These places have plenty of space and amenities for large groups of people.

I never said they weren't or couldn't be used for good. I said they're relocation camps (which you just agreed with and confirmed) and that they could easily be converted to prison/detainment camps by adding some guards and some extra fencing where needed....

YOU'RE the one missing a point here. We know they're hiring more and more "interment specialists," and we know they're preparing to have to hold dissidents/combatants, and we know from the recent KBR document that they're putting out bids for enough barriers/fences to contain a lot of people... so why is it so hard for you to grasp that a facility can have more than one use?

I'll post this again, but I'm sure you'll keep ignoring it...

Enemy Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees

Part Two addresses handling, securing, and accounting for EPWs and CIs. The MP performing EPW/CI operations must follow specific ROE and ROI applicable to this category of I/R operations. The EPWs and CIs are not treated as DCs or US military prisoners. Leaders and soldiers must be knowledgeable of the Geneva and Hague Conventions, applicable protocols, ARs, and US laws. During war or military operations other than war (MOOTW) involving US forces, the accountability and safe, humane treatment of captives are essential. The US policy demands that all persons who are captured, detained, or held by US forces during conflict be treated humanely. This policy applies from the moment captives are taken until they are released, repatriated, or transferred. Chapter 3 describes division collecting points (CPs) and corps holding areas (CHAs) that may be established throughout the battlefield. Chapter 4 addresses procedures for EPWs, and Chapter 5 describes procedures for CIs. Chapter 6 addresses unique planning requirements to be considered when operating an I/R facility.

Chapter 3
Division Collecting Points and Corps Holding Areas

A large number of captives on the battlefield hampers maneuver units as they move to engage and destroy an enemy. To assist maneuver units in performing their mission


3-24. Do not speak to captives except to give orders or directions. Do not let captives talk to or signal each other. This prevents them from plotting ways to counter security and plan escapes. An uncooperative captive can be gagged in certain tactical situations; however, only use a gag for as long as needed and ensure that it does not harm the captive.



3-46. A central CP (Figure 3-3) is larger than a forward CP, but it has a similar setup and operation. The larger holding capacity of a central CP requires additional MP. If sufficient MP are unavailable, it is augmented by a division, corps, or EAC band to assist with perimeter security. Captives are provided food, water, first aid, and medical attention as required.


3-47. As stated in the division OPLAN or OPORD, a central CP is located near the division support area (DSA) in an area that prevents captives from observing activities within the DSA. It is also located near MSRs to make delivery, evacuation, and resupply easier.



3-55. A CHA (Figure 3-4) can hold more captives for longer periods of times than a central CP. Depending on the availability of MP units to establish I/R facilities, corps MP units must be prepared to hold captives at the CHA more than 72 hours. If the CHA keeps captives more than 72 hours, MP must plan and coordinate for the increased logistics and personnel required to operate a long-term facility. The decision to hold captives longer is based on METT-TC and the availability of forces. Captives remain in the CHA until they are evacuated to an I/R facility or until hostilities end.

3-56. A CHA receives captives from CPs and units that capture them in the rear area. Usually, one CHA is established to support each division conducting operations. However, additional CHAs may be required based on the—

Size of the corps area.

Type of terrain.

Length of the LOC between the CHA and the division central CPs.

Number of captives being moved.


3-57. A CHA is usually located near a base or a base cluster in the corps rear area. When selecting a site—

Coordinate with the unit responsible for the area (terrain) and the corps rear CP.

Conduct a recon to select a location.

Is it adjacent to an MSR, a railroad, or an airfield?

Are existing buildings available?

Is it close to supply facilities?



3-58. A CHA is more permanent than CPs. Existing structures may be used and are preferred. The capture rate and the captive categories determine the size of the CHA. A multistory building has a smaller perimeter to guard; however, it requires using guards on each floor and may present a security risk for the guards. Depending on the tactical situation, perimeter lighting can be used.

3-59. When constructing a CHA, divide it into two or more compounds for segregation, security, and ease of control. Consider providing more than one entrance into the CHA. Include a reception area for further processing, searching, and examining of selected captives by MI. Include sanitary facilities (showers and latrines) and shelter (tentage and existing buildings) from the elements and direct and indirect fire.



3-68. Consider the following when planning an MI screening site:

The site is located where screeners can observe captives as they are segregated and processed. It is shielded from the direct view of captives and is far enough away that captives cannot overhear screeners' conversations.

The site has an operation, administrative, and interrogation area. The interrogation area accommodates an interrogator, a captive, a guard, and an interpreter as well as furniture. Lights are available for night operations.

Procedures are implemented to verify that sick and wounded captives have been treated and released by authorized medical personnel.

Guards are available and procedures are implemented for escorting captives to the interrogation site.

Procedures are published to inform screeners who will be moved and when they will be moved.

Accountability procedures are implemented and required forms are available.



3-69. The CPs can also be operated during river crossing, amphibious, airborne, armored, and air assault operations:

River crossing operations. Establish temporary CPs on entry and exit sides of the river (corps MP often take control of CPs). Return from the exit bank and evacuate captives to the rear, preventing interference with tactical operations and protecting captives from hostile fire. Coordinate with traffic control personnel at the crossing site to prevent interference with assault forces who are moving forward. Use a secondary crossing site if available...


Any chance you could link me to any articles talking about people going to the ovals?
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posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 09:57 PM
I checked out the listing for SAFB.. and no worries, if you get sent there youll have NO problem escaping.
Guys, if they can say Scott has a camp with wire there.. youd just have to see it yourself to see how incredibly ludicrous this is...
This absurd claim makes me definitely NOT trust that map in the least. Ive been involved with SAFB for well over a decade. Nope, no camp on or near that base. They had a TALL fence up for a while.. while building the base housing and I saw pics online of that claiming it was a new fema camp too. LMAO!!! Guess maybe the homes and the subsequent nice wrought iron short fencing that came later after the construction phase.. and mil families moving in.. musta changed that idea.

No doubt there are "camps" because Ive seen the pics and the facilities.. but when you run around making ridiculous claims like this map author does.. nope. I wouldnt waste my time trying to get an idea of the location or numbers concerning the "fema camps" from that map.

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 10:49 PM
reply to post by 1825114

Here's one source discussing the oval being turned into a "tent city"

posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 11:13 PM
Thanks. Can't imagine what it'd be like to be surrounded by fires like that.

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 12:02 AM
Anyone fail to see the logic of placing large groups of people together in a POW style camp that are too patriotic to the ideal American to go with the flow in a condition of martial law? Let alone that many of these camps are on active military bases which means military grade guns and equipment are in walking distance?

Wouldn't that be the last place you would want to place a large group of do-gooders that you labeled as terrorists for having the planing and foresight to train to live off the land if you were trying to subject the US to a diabolical plan of dictatorship and tyranny?

Let alone their proximity to roads, rail and large airports. Talk a bout a set up for failure if you were an NWO type of person.

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 12:06 AM

Originally posted by proob4
I found this today and thought it was interesting.
See if a camp is near you and take a ride for yourself and see if these camps are real.

It is not real, just a hoax.

for example it states "Aliceville, AL WWII German POW camp - capacity 15,000"

So they plan to put 15,000 people into a chimney, as that is all that remains there!

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 12:08 AM
According to the map, there's one about a mile away from me, What is kind of creepy is my boyfriend and I were at a friends house over summer, and she was telling us there is an old abandoned industrial building across from where she works, and she says it seems to be locked down, or tight-knit and trucks always coming by late at night. (she works third shift). She just said it was weird because of all the nightly activity, yet there's nothing supposed to be there. Interesting though..

ETA: She works about a mile away from our place, I'm still kind of new to the area so I haven't really been down by that way except on the main roads.
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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 12:24 AM
I find it somewhat strange that in one of the most highly populated cities in the country, New York City, there is only one FEMA camp on all these maps (with the exception of Pier 57 which is not listed on any of the FEMA maps). You would think that there would be many, many more for a major metropolitan city with a population exceeding 8 million people.

Also, Pier 57 is one of many empty structures along the Hudson River. Many of the former companies that inhabited these buildings as far back as the 1940's and 1950's couldn't have cared less about the environmental concerns of the carcinogens being used in their facilities or what the potential future impact would be when/if these structures needed to be torn down (all of those deadly carcinogens would go right into the Hudson River) so it's not unusual to find abandoned factories and piers along the river.

With respect to Pier 57 specifically, it was only used once as a detention center - in 2004 when the Republican Convention was being held in NYC to detain protestors. If memory serves me correctly, the convention was at the Jacob Javitz Center which is in close proximity to Pier 57 and government was shocked at some of the health conditions that emerged (I remember it being reported on the news extensively). It had just been closed less than a year earlier and it would stand to reason that no one fully understood the danger of using it as a detention center for so many protestors (looking at this from an scientific point of view and not saying that civil rights weren't being denied). Since that time, it has never been used as a detention center and there has been talks in recent years to clean it up in order to expand Chelsea Piers, a recreation, sports and amusement center; however, costs for all the toxic materials must be staggering, hence the delay.

Again, lack of numerous so called FEMA concentration camps in the most populated metropolitan city in the country leads me to believe that there is no pre-planned agenda to make use of 1000's of fema camps (unless NYC is to no longer exist - sorry but couldn't resist throwing that in there for all the conspiracy buffs).

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:06 AM
If you know anything about Florida then you understand the density of our population in a few key locations...ESPECIALLY JACKSONVILLE, FL there are absolutely 0 camps for Northern Florida lol and hardly enough to cover Orlando and Miami everglades would be expanded as needed because it's in the woods but come on man! That is a bunch of B.S.

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:26 AM
ATS members unplanned meet up 2012! Coming to a FEMA camp near you...

I can see it now...

People will be fighting over aluminum foil hats, truthers and trusters will be wrestling around trying to strangle eachother, people will be spraying graffetti like "DENY IGNORNACE," and "ET for president 2012."

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:33 AM
I also came across this list.


■Opelika WWII German/Italian POW camp now being renovated.

■Wilds of Alaska possibly East of Anchorage.
■No access by road however, there is a railway system.
■Facility holds 500,000 people.

■Ft. Huachua, 20 miles from the Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales. Rex 84 program. Emergency Custodial Facility.
■Florence WWII German/Italian POW camp now being renovated.
■Pinal County Gila River. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.
■Yuma County Colorado River. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.

■Ft. Chaffee Has a new runway for aircraft, new detention camp facilities with cap of 20,000 prisoners.
■Chicot/Drew Counties Jerome. Renovated spec Interment camps for Japanese Americans WWII.
■Descha County Rohwer. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention centers.
■Blythville AFB This base was closed but is now being used as a camp location. New wooden barracks have been constructed at this location. This camp is surrounded by high wire topped with barbed wire, and has guard towers.
■Berryville FEMA facility located east of Eureaka on Hwy 62.
■Omaha FEMA facility located on Hwy 65 south of old wood processing plant. It is on an old dirt road that leads to a toxic waste dump. Note: The facility in Miss. is also located on an old toxic waste dump.

■Oakdale Ca 90 miles East of San Francisco on HWY 120. Holds a minimum of 15,000 people. REX 84 program, Emergence Custodial Facility.
■Vandenberg AFB Located midway between San Louis Obispo, and Santa Barbara. The base is on Hwy 1 and close to Hwy 101. REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility.
■Ft. Irwin Irwin is a remote Mtn region south of Death Valley, National Monument. This base is designated as inactive however, there is a concentration camp located at this facility about 30 miles from Interstate 15 in Barstow.
■Inyo County Manzana. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention center.
■Modoc County Tulelake. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.
■Sacramento Army Depot No specific data at this time.

■Old Lowell AFB. Recently all new chain link fence was installed around the borders, plus 400,000 handcuffs and shackles were purchased by the government for this site.

■Avon Park No data available
■Camp Krome Located near Miami Dept of Justice detention and interrogation facility.
■Elgin AFB This base is greater than 50 miles long extending from Pensacola Bay to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs. It is adjacent to Interstate 10 on the North and the Fort Walton Beach vacation spot.
■REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility.

■Ft. Benning Located East of Columbia near the Georgia/Alabama state line. – REX 84 program – Emergency Custodial Facility.
■Unadilla, Ga Macon County; Located on east railroad street, Plunket road leads into the facility 1 1/2 miles from Unadilla on county road 230. This is a FEMA prison manned and staffed but no prisoners.
■Oglethorpe, Ga. Macon County; facility is located five miles from Montezuma, three miles from Oglethorp. Traveling south on highway 49, located on the west side of the highway. This FEMA prison has no staff and no prisoners.
■Morgan, Ga. Calhoun County; I-75 exit 32 to 300 south to Albany. Take highway 234 to Morgan. Go through Morgan taking highway 45 south. The FEMA facility is 1 1/2 miles on the right (west) side of highway 45. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners.
■Camilla, Ga. Mitchell County; from Camilla take highway 19 south, travel 5.4 miles from 37/19 junction to Mount Zion Road, turn left (east) on Mount Zion Road. The FEMA facility is located on Mount Zion Road aprox: 5.7 miles south of Camilla. This facility is not manned or staffed and there are no prisoners.
■Hawkinsville, Ga Pulaski County; located on fire road 100/ Upper River Road, 2 miles west from alternate 129 North 257 / 112 east. Five miles east of Hawkensville. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners.
■Abbeyville, Ga. Wilcox County: south side of Abbeyvilleon highway 129 (Broad Street) off highway 280 (Main Street). This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners.
■McRae, Ga. Telfair County; 1.5 miles west of McRae on highway 134 (8th street). The FEMA facility is on Irwinton Ave. off 8th street. This facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners.
■Frequencies: 153.7400 Georgia State Correctional Institutions 154.9050 Intrastate Coordinating (car to car state wide) 154.9350 Intrastate Coordinating (base to base / state wide) 155.3700 Georgia Police Intersystem (State wide)

■Jerome County – Minipoka – Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.
■Kooski plus 50 miles East. Near Lolo pass
■Moose Creek Unmanned and there is a near by landing strip in or near a national forest.
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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:36 AM
■Marseilles It is located on the Illinois river off Interstate 80 on Hwy 6. It is a relatively small facility with a cap of 1400 prisoners.
■Though it is small it is designed like other concentration camp facilities with high fences topped with barbed wire and guard towers.

■Thousands of acres located just out of Indianapolis, Indiana holds a large Concentration camp facility complete with barracks, high fence, razor wire, towers, turnstyles, a railroad, helicopter landing pads, and what appears to be three large furnaces with 3inch mains on one of the buildings. This is a massive facility, still under construction with a completion date sometime in 1996.
■Ft. Benjamin Harrison A U.S. Army facility located on the outskirts of Indianapolis will be used to hold prisoners.
■Ft. Wayne FEMA Detention facility
■Terre Haute FEMA Detention facility

■Leavenworth U.S. Marshal’s Fed Holding Facility PFP.
■Concordia WWII POW German/Italian POW camp being renovated.
■El Dorado Federal prison.
■Topeka 80 acres converted to a holding camp.

■Louisville FEMA Detention facility
■Lexington FEMA Detention facility

■Livingston WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated.

■Houlton WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated.

■Richards Gebaur AFB This facility is located in Grandview, A large civilian internment facility has been built on this facility, and base personnel are restricted from the area.

■Kincheloe Correctional Facility (Formerly Kincheloe AFB with B-52 sized runways). Has five large prison buildings able to house 5000+. The facility has about 500 prisoners at this time. Location: 20 miles south of Sault Ste. Marie (Soo Locks) at the eastern end of the Upper Penninsula of Michigan.
■K.I. Sawyer AFB Large construction program has been going on under the name of “Operation Gateway”. High security is in place with a large portion of the base closed to civilian view. Location: 20 miles south of Marquette, MI in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan.
■Raco Field Raco field is an interesting facility. The above ground runways form a perfect triangle. Few buildings appear on the surface, but ventilators can be seen. Civilian workers report that a subsurface facility exists. No publicity exists indicating what the role of Raco Field is, although something is there. To observers, it is an “inactive WWII base.” Location: 15 miles NW of Kincheloe Correctional Facility on Hwy 28.
■Bark River A large construction operation is ongoing in the Bark River, MI, area. Locals are tight-lipped. The facility is off the main highway in a wilderness area. While most of the locals say that the construction is associated with the ELF (extreme low frequency) project of world-wide communications, others suspect FEMA is involved. (Note: the ELF grid is located 100 miles NE of the Bark River area) Location: 20 miles west of Escanaba in the upper penninsula of Michigan.
■Bay City Sits on Saginaw Bay which connects to Lake Huron. This facility has high fencing, barbed wire and guard towers.
■Grayling Camp Grayling Michigan National Guard Base. Detention facility. Guards towers, razor wire.
■Southwest area of the state FEMA Detention facility
■Central part of the state FEMA Detention facility
■Detroit FEMA Detention facility

■Hancock County – The NASA facility at this location has two camps the first being located at the end of Kiln road at Waveland, and then the next road after ammo road at the Post Office.
■The second camp is located in the center of a rest station back from the Interstate.
■Inmates from the Hancock County jail claim they have worked details involving the delivery of food to these camps under the supervision of U.N. Guards.

■Scottsbluff WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated.
■Northwest corner of state FEMA Detention facility
■Northeast corner of state FEMA Detention facility
■South Central Hastings area FEMA Detention facility

■Elco There is a prison facility 10 miles out of Elco.
■Wells Camp is located in the O’Niel basin area, 40 miles North of Wells, and West off Hwy 93, 25 miles.
■Winnemucca Camp is located at the I-80 mile marker 112, on the south side of the road and 3/4 miles off of the road.
■Wells/Winnemucca Camp is located near the base line of the mountains. Reno Nevada plus 150 miles east south side of road if your headed west, 150 yards off the road.

■New Jersey:
■Ft. Dix Fully operational prison camp with approximately 35,000 prisoners.

■New York:
■Ft. Drum located in upstate New York, probable location for Eastern area processing of people, located near the St. Lawrence river and access to Lake Ontario. Both waterways may be used for transport. Located very close to Canada.
■Watertown FEMA Detention facility
■Albany FEMA Detention facility
■Buffalo FEMA Detention facility

■Cleveland FEMA Detention facility
■Columbus FEMA De
■Oklahoma City Tinker AFB, This is a civilian detention facility, all base personnel are prohibited from going near the area, and the area is under constant guard.
■McAlester WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated.
■Will Rogers Air Port This is a newly constructed FEMA facility, and it is believed that it will be used as a primary processing center for prisoners West of the Mississippi River.

■Camp Hill Camp Hill Pa located off I-15. Sits across the navigable Susquehanna River from Harrisburg. Close to Cumberland Army Depot and the Camp Hill Correctional facility.
■Crossville WWII German/Italian POW Camp being renovated.

■Ft.Hood Ft. Hood has a newly built concentration camp, constructed complete with towers, high fencing, and barbed wire.
■Mexia WWII German/ Italian POW camp being renovated.
■Amarillo FEMA Detention facility

■Millard County – Central Utah – Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.
Skull Valley Camp William property – west of the old bombing range South/southwestern portion of Camp Williams This camp was discovered by a man and his son who were rabbit hunting, they were discovered and apprehended.
■Utah Lake 15 miles south of Saratoga Recreation center 200 – 300 yards off the road Black wire 40 to 50 feet tall, made to look something like a golf driving range.
■Cedar City East of Cedar City Utah – no more data.

■Okanogan County borders Canada and is a site for a massive concentration camp capable of holding hundreds of thousands of people.

■Ft. McCoy Located in Western Wisconsin 30 miles East of LaCrosse between the point where 90 and 94 intersect. REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility.
■Central part of the state FEMA Detention facility.

■Park County – Hart Mountain – Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facilities.
North Central part of the state FEMA Detention facility
■Southeast part of the state FEMA Detention facility
■Southwest part of the state FEMA Detention facility
■East Yellowstone – Manned facility. Investigators were apprehended by European soldiers, unable to identify the language used by the foreign soldiers, American government helped clear the situation.

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:42 AM
KBR’s call for FEMA camp service bids arrives soon after the Senate overwhelmingly passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which permits the military to detain and interrogate supposed domestic terror suspects in violation of the Fourth Amendment and Posse Comitatus.

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:48 AM

Originally posted by proob4

■Opelika WWII German/Italian POW camp now being renovated.

Why post such lies here?

Care to show how this POW camp can be enovated when there is nothing there at all?
"There is a POW museum for the camp[11], but the camps were completely removed by 1947, other than photographs and the museum, there's barely any evidence left the camp even existed. It is not being renovated, there's nothing to renovate[12]."

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:58 AM
reply to post by spoor
How do you know that skeptic project isnt just disinfo? Maybe they are lies? Hmm?@@:

posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 02:00 AM

Originally posted by proob4
reply to post by spoor
How do you know that skeptic project isnt just disinfo? Maybe they are lies?

The only lies are the ones posted by you - just how do you expect to get 15,000 people into a chimney?

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