Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 1 decade ago

What are the FEMA camps and the plastic coffins for?


This police officer seems to confirm their existence:

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What purpose do these have?

Update 2:

Wow, according to this video, there are 3768 concentration camps in the United States:

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Update 3:

"Breaking news"? I just want to know what this is all about. Can you explain it to me?

Update 4:

So you're saying they don't exist? Or what?

Update 5:

That's an interesting answer, Lupines. I searched for news about riots in Europe and found several stories: The collapse of Iceland, riots in Greece, the immenent collapse of Eastern Europe. But I didn't see any news about the rioters being islamic or extremists. They seem to be ordinary citizens. I hope that the police and the military are well aware of their oath. And if you are in the service, I hope that you remember as well.

Update 6:

“It's meaningless so the FEMA camps were established to handle biological issues or internal civil unrest”

“There are conspiracy theorists that think it would be used against the average American but that's false”

I don’t understand this aspect of your response. If you are saying the FEMA camps are for civil unrest, then how can you say that Americans won’t be placed into the camps?

Update 7:

Oh, my mistake. You said the "average" American. So you didn't rule out Americans being in the camps. Ok, that clarifys it for me. Thanks.

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    HI. Part of having a government is for the organized protection of its citizens against aggression, both foreign and domestic. It is an oath of anyone that partakes in government office, and incoming immigrants that are naturalized also have to partake an oath. What good is an oath if America isn't equipped to actually handle foreign aggression and develops no army for such, or develops an internal plan against internal aggressors? It's meaningless so the FEMA camps were established to handle biological issues or internal civil unrest. After witnessing all the riots in Europe by new Islamic extremist immigrants, it is easy to see the necessity of the FEMA camps.

    Internationalists that come to our soil to be Americans have to take this oath. It is natural that an American would want to defend against aggression, both foreign and domestic. It just comes with the territory. There are conspiracy theorists that think it would be used against the average American but that's false. It is for the protection of the average American that they were built.

    United States Oath of Allegiance

    "I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.[1]


    Edit: Hi again. If you had probs finding riot stuff I have links. Regarding being loyal to America or not I just am loyal to my country I really don't worry about the camps :) Some people freak out about things like military jets flying in American skies but it actually makes me feel safer because I know they are "friendlies" doing training to defend me. I come from a long line of relations to defending America and our freedoms in civil service and law enforcement and military. I lost a husband in defense and I'm 47 now. I like laws and governments to defend me and fellow Americans like me I am a gun toting G-d fearing Republican and I detest chaos. Chaos really ruins governmental systems that protect people and we have laws designed for a reason. For you t o suggest for me to "remember my oath" is actually an insult to me. It was I who brought the oath to you as I have no problems defending my country I actually support the camps and oaths. So what country are you from? American? Or just trying to cause discord amongst Americans? Or are you just some jock that walks around making occasional lame statements? :)

    When Ben Franklin signed the constitution he made a speech that is so very telling about how a person can debate in their own mind a governmental system and how a person can love it "with all their faults" but then question if they actually are faults of the system or faults of the people within the system who will be so corrupted as to later require a despotic government.

    In other words, our government is AWESOME and if people have issues with it there are safeguards for people to address those issues. Let's just hope it never comes down to needing a despotic government to control a mass frenzied chaotic crowd and stick them in FEMA camps. If it does come down to that then I know I'm safe because I love my government and my country despite its faults and don't want to see it come down by mass chaos or hysterical madness.

    America has experienced issues such as the Rodney King riots, I was there when that happened and it was bad. Riots happen all over the place so to plan for such event is good. Europe going thru chaotic riots too so at what point does one acknowledge that people have issues with chaos and violence and at what point is it required to act? I'll just leave that an open ended question and besides the Islamic immigrant unrest we do have citizens that partake in "their cause" as well. There are plenty of other issues to consider besides these examples where one can see the necessity of planning for such an event. We are currently at war with Islamofascism and 9/11 was on our home soil so that is the example I originally used.

    Speech of Benjamin Franklin - US Constitution

    War on Islamofascists:

    Against Islamofascist Hamas:

    Hamas In Their Own Voices

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    Hitler and the grand mufti of Jerusalem

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    Operation Iraqi Freedom

    Operation Enduring Freedom

    Dodge Afghanistan Troop Issue

    War on Terror: Home Soil

    Threat Of Islam In The West

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    London Attack on Police

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    Malmo Sweden View#1

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    Malmo Sweden View#2

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    Paris riots are like a yearly affair now, here's one 2005

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    Dutch Petition Geert Wilders

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  • The camps:

    "Rex 84, short for Readiness Exercise 1984, is a plan by the United States federal government to test their ability to detain large numbers of American citizens in case of civil unrest or national emergency."

    The coffins:

    "These air tight seal containers would be perfect to bury victims of plague or biological warfare in, wouldn’t they?"

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  • 1 decade ago

    Stop pulling your 'breaking news' off the one place on the internet that anyone can say anything and no one challenges them

    Seriously? People who have benefitted from FEMA should beat the crap about you.

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  • Anna P
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    1 decade ago

    More conspiracy theories? Good grief, this is ridiculous.

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