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FEMA Camps MAP is there one near you?

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 11:10 AM
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IDK but i think the terms Internment/Resettlement that concerns me.




posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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Again it's the terms Internment/Resettlement that concerns me.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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those things are in canada to, are they for canadian citizens, or for overflow americans. ive got them to the north and the east of edmonton.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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Anyone thinking about the people in dallas being flooded into the new stadium? Might I add that this is the largest stadium in our country...and cost close to 1.5 billion dollars so far although it is complete they are still expanding it...



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 01:14 PM
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some of these places don't exist...



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by NoNameBrand
Well there seems to be one down the street from me.....in Nova Scotia, Canada. Since when did FEMA start operating in Canada?? And secondly well there is no concentration camps there. A couple of Bars and restaurants and stores, but that's it.

So in conclusion, I have to say the map is not very accurate, at least in my part of the world.


Downtown Halifax is a FEMA camp?

They going to put people in the Citadel? Or perhaps the Metro Center? Though your not going to be able to hold that many people in those locations.

As to FEMA camps, they will have to drag me to one of these locations, if these locations exist.
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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 02:36 PM
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This map is full of BS. I'm not a skeptic at all, but when you have been to some of these places and know about them...

I'm in Washington state and looked up what was there. For one, the map looses credibility right off the bat by placing the SeaTac Airport like 20 miles south on the site of the Tacoma Dome.
Then it lists Fort Lewis , of course as a "potential site to ship slave labor overseas". Fort Lewis does in fact have one of only a few military prisons in the world, Fort Leavenworth & Mannheim Germany being the main two. The problem with Fort Lewis is the military prison there is about the size of a Walgreens. I have been within inches of it several times, definitely no underground sections. They couldn't really use any other areas of Fort Lewis as they have enough problems keeping rolling meth labs off the post that access from 100s of small hidden dirt access roads.

It also lists Sand Point Naval Station. Calling it that is rather humorous. It states that it was used to process people from the WTO protests. Where I cannot comment on that, I can tell you about Sand Point. Sand Point (which is about 10x10 acres) sets right in the middle of residential areas and beside UW. Most of it is actually owned and run by the NOAA now. There are several old hanger style buildings which lie empty. One of them is actually privately owned and operated and is a gym. I know cause my girlfriend has done competitions in there that I watched. The only real building that's in operation is the main NOAA building. It's pretty secure, but is only a glorified office building. How do I know? Because I have to go in there to get my new ID card issued (I'm retired Army). Hell, Sand Point is the place that holds and hosts the Pineapple Classic race and has a nice park there.

If the government wanted to place FEMA camps in Washington, they would do it at the Yakima Firing Range, which I have worked too many days at. Unlike most military people that have gone to Yakima, I had unlimited access to the entire post, besides one place - the NSA radar site. There are massive dishes there that monitor all telecommunications and is under constant guard that shoot first and coverup later. Once again, I know cause I was inches from it for over 3 years. The base is isolated so much that you could place ten Super Wal-Mart size prisons on it and still use it for a training area and no one would see the buildings. We ran live fire ranges so deep into the base that it too 30 mins to get to from the small main post area and could not even see the glow of modern life.

So while I believe there are FEMA camps ready to go, this map is a terrible source for it from my perspective.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 02:37 PM
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I bet you can fit more in there than you can at the one in Petersburg, VA near where I live. I bet the poor guy who lives there doesn't even know they are going to use his house as a detainment camp lol...

It seems to me that these people who come up with these phony locations could at least do their homework and come up with something a little more realistic. About 10mins from the house in Petersburg is a federal prison, and a Fed. work camp right across the street from it. If they had named that as a location I may have taken it more seriously. I guess they just figure they don't need to, some people will just eat whatever crap is fed to them.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Originally posted by DemonsLove
Anyone thinking about the people in dallas being flooded into the new stadium? Might I add that this is the largest stadium in our country...and cost close to 1.5 billion dollars so far although it is complete they are still expanding it...

maps.google.com... Copy/paste these coordinates

32.748085,-97.092876 That's the stadium, with railroad connected to the east end of the parking lots

32.750864,-97.139697 That's the National Guard, inside of another large sports complex. It's three miles away, but in a perfectly straight, uninterrupted line, and it's right next to a large post office.

32.738555,-97.113836 Arlington Police Department Jail, along the railroad tracks

The sports facilities are the detention/relocation camps



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by timidgal
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.



Originally posted by ProphecyPhD
Yankee Stadium (the old one and the newly built one) is located on 161st street a mere 5 minute walk from Criminal AND Supreme court.

You learn something new everyday.

We all heard about what happened in the stadium during Hurricane Katrina.

The old Yankee Stadium is gone (knocked down in 2010) and even if it wasn't, or if they used the new stadium and set up other enclosed structures in Heritage Park (the renamed area where the old stadium used to sit), this would be the least likely spot for a FEMA camp in my opinion (I've been to many games and am very familiar with the area - it's a b###h to get in and out of there under the best of circumstances).

There is only one major highway leading to the area (all roads lead to the Major Deegan which is a horribly congested and dilapidated highway) and it would be virtually impossible to get mass droves of people into the area in a quick and efficient manner under the auspices of an emergency. Come to think of it, they would have the same problem with most of the major NY sports arenas (unless they shuffled everyone out to NJ).



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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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


Raco field is an aytomotive testing facility for winter testing. Neat site from the satellite view but no vents or unbderground stuff. Been there many times



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by timidgal
There is only one major highway leading to the area (all roads lead to the Major Deegan which is a horribly congested and dilapidated highway) and it would be virtually impossible to get mass droves of people into the area in a quick and efficient manner under the auspices of an emergency. Come to think of it, they would have the same problem with most of the major NY sports arenas (unless they shuffled everyone out to NJ).

What if people aren't driving themselves there, but are instead being brought in by bus, train or on watercraft?
What about a martial law situation, where civilians aren't allowed to drive/be on the roads?

What about the river it's sitting on and the ~7 railroad lines touching either side of the complex? There is an MTA station connected to the parking lot, which I'm assuming does transport massive amounts of people relatively efficiently.


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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 09:08 PM
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All excellent points very well made.

You just forced me to face my own denial and I don't know if I should thank or resent you for it...


Then again, there's really no choice because empowerment from knowledge will trump fear from knowledge any day. I resoundly thank you for shaking me out of my temporary sheeple stupor.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 09:32 PM
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Guess they don't care about NYC much there is only 1 camp.

Though there is only 8 million of us that camp better be huge.

If the shtf for real though they would probably turn the whole city into a camp



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 10:01 PM
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This actually makes the most sense out of all the conjecture.

If you think about it, it's an island. All they have to do to close off access to all of the water, roadways and connecting mass transit and we're trapped.

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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 10:12 PM
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^which raises another point...


-It's official, #OccupyWallStreet seizes The Brooklyn Bridge!
a few minutes later...
-Police Arrest More Than 700 Protesters on Brooklyn Bridge

-People Rounded up Like Cattle @ NYC

the arrests weren't a response to people moving onto the bridge, the people moving onto the bridge was a result of the police action. They were led onto the bridge, trapped, and arrested.
Police Leading #OccupyWallStreet Protesters Onto The Brooklyn Bridge Traffic Lane

And it only took a few minutes to spin it like the victims were the bad guys...


so we know for sure the bridges can be used as traps, and the next step is jail, but if the jails are overcrowded...
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posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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edit on 12/10/2011 by Americantrucker because: Posted before reading. Already covered.



posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 11:56 PM
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According to your thread and Alex Jones, yes there is.

According to reality, it is an empty field with no buildings or fences anywhere.



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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america america america.... what about the rest of the world



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 05:30 PM
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On the west coast there are not many?
is this because of less people?
or do they think they will not survive what's to come?

funny I dont see may places to work by the camps?
I think thats bad to.
they will not keep alive a work force that has no use




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