posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 08:57 AM
Much hue and cry about Relocation Specialists, these days. Jump boots laced up, trained to beat down, categorize, and put away those that rock the
boat, for any number of reason. Tales of enormous camps built in remote areas (but others hiding in plain sight), some equipped with guillotines,
others with gas-fired ovens...all purported to be staffed by the men and women in uniform trained in the art of Relocation Specialists. Certainly the
stuff that whets the appetite of any self-respecting 'conspiracy theorist'.
And for every man and woman that makes such claims, there is one who states nothing so nefarious is afoot, that this specialty was created in the
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the havoc that ensued precipitated the need for individuals who could deal with a contingency that might result in
times of natural and/or man-made disaster. Hundreds of thousands being uprooted and left without shelter, food, potable water...this could certainly
result in unrest, and those that hold the reigns of governance cannot be faulted for establishing a hedge against any contingency.
On a different tack, what if the truth lies somewhere in the middle? What if those that hold the reigns of governance know something the average
individual doesn't? What if, in fact, sea levels were expected to rise dramatically over the next several decades, and large population centers were
rendered uninhabitable...and this information was contained within the apparatus of the intelligence community? Think of the peoples of New Orleans,
and the far-flung diaspora that was created when they were evacuated, and moved to camps in the interior. Multiply that number by twenty-fold (at
least), and the magnitude of the problems that might arise from having to evacuate and resettle the denizens of coastal communities should be
Riots over food, water, a space to build a hovel out of cardboard and plastic, this in a nation where people routinely maim and kill one another
over trivial disputes (or, for no apparent reason at all). Militarized Relocation Specialists? You bet, and, it would explain away the wording of NDAA
2012. People from tough urban environments living in FEMA trailers in isolated areas for the rest of their lives under armed guard because there is no
other place for them to go, simmering with anger born of the realization that TPTB knew of their coming plight, anger born of a complete loss of
community, and, through extension, identity.
What say you, ATS?