posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by wascurious
To be clear, I am not a proponent of the FEMA camp argument. Though I do believe there is a truth to the camp concept. My assertion is that America,
itself, is basically already one big camp - think along the lines of WW2 segregated ghettos. We've got it better than they did - but we are entrapped
by debt, work, and enough brainwashing and distraction that even writing a thread about it ( as I recently did ) can cause people to melt down - not
wanting to even begin to understand how prevalent it is.
This has been a theme in many of my threads.
The camps? They're just there for those of us who can't be good consumers or who develop behavioral issues. Today we call them "jails"... but
those are outdated and the government doesn't really like running them. Privatization of those will result in camps. Sheriff Joe has a nice working
model already in place.