posted on Dec, 6 2012 @ 01:10 AM
It doesn’t seem debatable that the camps are there. Pictures, first-hand accounts, government records, black budget, etc. Next, I believe the
civilized world has come to agreement, for better or for worse, that the Holocaust was a real historical event. As an added incentive to hold the
government’s intentions as suspect is, well, everything else it does.
It all adds up to a horrible scenario.
But what if, in a near unfathomable exhibition of compassion, the government realizes that the vast majority of the population is incapable of:
• building their own bunkers,
• stockpiling enough supplies for an extended catastrophe,
• surviving the resulting anarchism,
• handling the intricacies of whatever it is that may be coming
Personally, I seriously doubt it is probable, but wouldn’t it be a monstrous surprise if the announcement comes that “blah blah” is going to
happen in “x” number of days, so everyone should just make their way in a nice and orderly fashion to your nearest camp where you will be properly
tended until the emergency is over?
And then they do it!!!
I know that’s a lot of wishful thinking, but if there is some awful event on its way, is this course of action at least possible?