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FEMA Camps: City to Exile the Homeless; It’s not a Conspiracy Theory Anymore
Sung
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Brandon Walker
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November 5, 2013

Under the radar from the prying eyes of the public, South Carolina made it legal to get rid of their homeless problem. The people were given a choice, FEMA Camps or jail. The irony of it all was this happened right at the 50th Anniversary of Civil Liberties in August. The bad part is different cities from Boston to New York are shipping off their homeless, and no one cares. Is this coming to a town near you?

http://watchermeet-up.forumotion.com/t49...ry-anymore

As Federal Reserve continues to print money for Q.E. and keep the interest rate near zero percent, another housing babble is forming. Once it breaks up, there will be a lot of people turning into homeless. Would the government have a big jail for them?
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Quote:FEMA Camps: City to Exile the Homeless; It’s not a Conspiracy Theory Anymore

Brandon Walker
Prison Planet.com
November 5, 2013

Under the radar from the prying eyes of the public, South Carolina made it legal to get rid of their homeless problem. The people were given a choice, FEMA Camps or jail. The irony of it all was this happened right at the 50th Anniversary of Civil Liberties in August. The bad part is different cities from Boston to New York are shipping off their homeless, and no one cares. Is this coming to a town near you?

http://watchermeet-up.forumotion.com/t49...ry-anymore

As Federal Reserve continues to print money for Q.E. and keep the interest rate near zero percent, another housing babble is forming. Once it breaks up, there will be a lot of people turning into homeless. Would the government have a big jail for them?

They will start with the homeless first, then the debtors, then the ones who disagrees with their policies.
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11-08-2013 09:36 PM

 



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It's still a conspiracy - I don't see any real events happening.

Prison Planet full of disinfo
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OP

I use to talk to some of the homeless when I worked in a large city downtown area.

All of them told me the same thing;

they were being relocated to a 'camp atmosphere' to get them off the city streets.

A few felt taken back by this but were also tired of having to beg.

One fella had a serious drug problem and he told me I would no longer see him in a few days.
Well, he use to stand on a street corner selling a charity news paper for money.
A few days later , he was no longer there and I never saw him again on that street corner.
He did go somewhere.

true story
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2013 09:36 PM)
It's still a conspiracy - I don't see any real events happening.

Prison Planet full of disinfo

Jhikpghf

Fema camps debunked here:

http://illuminutti.com/category/fema-camps/

Quote:Is that a FEMA Camp? is a blog dedicated to investigating claims of FEMA camp locations.
transparent
Below is some of their findings. Enjoy

• Carswell AFB, Texas

The claim: Fort Worth, 3,274
What it really is:USNAS-Carswell_200px The Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base (formerly known as Carswell Air Force Base) is a military air field operated by the Navy Reserve.While the base is operation by the Navy, it is also used by the Air Force, the Marines, and the Texas Air National Guard, and also employees civilian personnel as well.

The base itself is also surround by residential areas.
• Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee

The claim: Oak Ridge, 35,252
What it really is: The Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the largest science and energy national laboratory in the Department of Energy, and partners with the state of Tennessee, universities, and industries to solve challenges in energy, advanced materials, manufacturing, security and physics.The facility is also home to several of the world’s top supercomputers.
• Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc., Tennessee

The claim: Erwin, 66

See the link. I'm sure any you are thinking apply here are explained at the link.
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http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/FEMA_concentration_camps


Quote:FEMA concentration camps exist in the mind of a particularly loopy bunch of conspiracy theorists who believe that mass internment facilities have been built across the continental United States by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in preparation for a future declaration of martial law.

Though exact claims about the purpose and nature of the camps vary from one crank to another, a common theme is that they will be used to detain dissenting US citizens after the consolidation of the North American Union in preparation for the establishment of a one world government. The camps allegedly come complete with boxcars for moving people around and plastic coffins for burying them. (Why not just burn the corpses Nazi-style?)
FEMA, naturally, is the shadow government which will run the show after the puppet government dissolves through a series of executive orders issued by the President. The idea that FEMA could pull off such a masterstroke is surprisingly widespread, considering their massive display of incompetence during Hurricane Katrina.
There are several videos purporting to show footage of the camps, as well as shots of ominous-looking fences and webpages listing locations of over 800 camps, allegedly all fully guarded and staffed full-time despite being completely empty.[1][2] In addition to the implausibility of such a massive conspiracy being kept totally silent,[3] the evidence is damaged by the fact that the videos and pictures actually depict everything from National Guard training centers to Amtrak repair stations to North Korean labor camps.[4]
The FEMA camp conspiracy theory has been alluded to by Republican leadership candidate Michele Bachmann, though she did not say FEMA.[5] Glenn Beck, who to his credit later backpedaled and hosted a debunking segment featuring a guest from Popular Mechanics, promoted the theory as well.[6] Still, the theory remains popular among the survivalist community and the militia movement, and there's no shortage of adherents on the Internet.
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IT is quite amazing how history replays itself.

The germans denied the existence of concentration camps for years.

There was a large concentration camp; believe it was Auschwitz ; right outside the perimeter of the city. They would burn the bodies in there all the time and one could smell it.
The germans who lived there still denied it ; even the smell of the burning bodies for years ; just said it was animal cremations.

This is all documented as truth; you can read it ; research it yourselves.

Well, after WWII and there are even pics of this

the german inhabitants of the town are en mass giving their apologies to the

surviving jews and their families that they literally lived through the war with a camp under their noses and

did nothing.

Americans who deny the camps exist are the same as these folks.

Never forget the Japanese americans during WW II were put in concentration camps during WW II.
They were loaded up and made to live in them. Many lost everything.

The american indians of North america and Canada STILL live in concentration camps today

they are just called: a nicer name: a more politically correct name:

Reservations


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http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2013/08...-homeless/

Many homeless people in Columbia, South Carolina are facing an arduous choice: vacate downtown or be arrested.

That’s because last week, the Columbia City Council unanimously approved a new plan — the Emergency Homeless Response” —to remove homeless people from the downtown business district. Here’s how the initiative, which was spearheaded by Councilman Cameron Runyan, will work.

Police officers will now be assigned to patrol the city center and keep homeless people out. They will also be instructed to strictly enforce the city’s “quality of life” laws, including bans on loitering, public urination, and other violations. And just to ensure that no one slips through, the city will set up a hotline so local businesses and residents can report the presence of a homeless person to police.

In order to accommodate all the homeless people who will now be banned from downtown, the city will partner with a local charity to keep an emergency shelter on the outskirts of town open 24 hours a day. However, it’s unlikely the shelter, which can handle 240 guests, will be enough to handle the local homeless population, which numbers more than six times the available beds.

Homeless people can stay at the shelter, but they’re not permitted to walk off the premises. In fact, Columbia will even post a police officer on the road leading to the shelter to ensure that homeless people don’t walk towards downtown. If they want to leave, they need to set up an appointment and be shuttled by a van.

In other words, the 1,518 homeless people in the Columbia-area now have a choice: get arrested downtown or be confined to a far-away shelter that you can’t readily leave. Jail or pseudo-jail.

Michael Stoops, Director of Community Organizing at the National Coalition for the Homeless, told ThinkProgress that this measure was the “most comprehensive anti-homeless measure that [he had] ever seen proposed in any city in the last 30 years.” He likened it to county poor farms that were prevalent throughout the Midwest many decades ago. “Using one massive shelter on the outskirts to house all a city’s homeless is something that has never worked anywhere in the country,” Stoops said.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2013 10:06 PM)
Never forget the Japanese americans during WW II were put in concentration camps during WW II.
They were loaded up and made to live in them. Many lost everything.

The american indians of North america and Canada STILL live in concentration camps today

they are just called: a nicer name: a more politically correct name:

Reservations


Popcorn

We were at war with Japan.

People are free to come and go off of reservations. I live in Phoenix. My boyfriend is Native, and he has never lived in a concentration camp / reservation. Nobody is forced to live on those.
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Why do you think the government would waste money putting the homeless in camps?
Surely a serious NWO type dictatorship would just let them starve and freeze to death on the streets.
Much like the system you have now...


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Sulie  Wrote: (11-08-2013 10:16 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2013 10:06 PM)
Never forget the Japanese americans during WW II were put in concentration camps during WW II.
They were loaded up and made to live in them. Many lost everything.

The american indians of North america and Canada STILL live in concentration camps today

they are just called: a nicer name: a more politically correct name:

Reservations


Popcorn

We were at war with Japan.

People are free to come and go off of reservations. I live in Phoenix. My boyfriend is Native, and he has never lived in a concentration camp / reservation. Nobody is forced to live on those.

A common argument. Those americans , most of them were born HERE in the USA and were american citizens.
It would be like rounding you and yours up for having ancestors that were Norwegian and taking away your home, business and never giving it back.

These were mostly NOT Japanese but americans by birth.

Go read your true history.

As far as the american indians,

Yes, these indigenous peoples were rounded up ; off of lands they had lived on for generations ; thousands of years.
They were put into camps.

They can leave today but so many problems with these once proud peoples ; many dont leave.

I have a special place in my heart for these peoples and donate to the Lakota childrens indian school.
There is SO much need there.

most americans have no heart for all of this

and it all is coming to roost

Americans will have to find their hearts or

perhaps suffer as these peoples did....

I believe obama care is just the beginning
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2013 10:06 PM)
Americans who deny the camps exist are the same as these folks.

This is pretty easy to figure out for yourself. here is a list of all of the supposed FEMA concentration camps. Find your state, find one near you, and go there and see for yourself.

http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=...e&sid=1062

here is one that I was stationed at in 2010 but apparently is a FEMA camp and not the National Training Center for the U.S. Military. So which one is it?

California
Ft. Irwin - FEMA facility near Barstow. Base is designated inactive but has staffed camp.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Irwin_...eservation
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http://www.thestate.com/2013/10/04/30200...eless.html

The shelter, which opens Saturday afternoon, can accommodate up to 240 people. Anyone wanting to stay at the center any time during the next seven months must register in advance. Clients may not walk or drive to the center to register. Here are the ways to register:

• Sign up at a kiosk in the parking lot of Hope Plaza at Main and Calhoun streets. The kiosk is open Mondays through Fridays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

• Call (855) 678-4357 to get information on registration options.

• Be taken to the shelter by social service provider, a hospital or by police.[/i]

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“It seems a little hazy to me as to how exactly it’s going to work,” Judy Turnipseed said of the shelter plan. “How much freedom of movement are they going to be able to have? We’re going to have to wait and see.”

A key to lowering the visibility of homeless people is the use of four mini-buses that will carry shelter residents along travel routes that soon will have 32 designated stops.

Anyone accepted at the shelter will be provided a photo ID they can wear around their necks. That ID will become a pass to gain access to the 240-bed shelter as well as to get onto or off the mini-buses, Jones said.

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watcherishere  Wrote: (11-08-2013 10:42 PM)
http://www.thestate.com/2013/10/04/30200...eless.html

The shelter, which opens Saturday afternoon, can accommodate up to 240 people. Anyone wanting to stay at the center any time during the next seven months must register in advance. Clients may not walk or drive to the center to register. Here are the ways to register:

• Sign up at a kiosk in the parking lot of Hope Plaza at Main and Calhoun streets. The kiosk is open Mondays through Fridays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

• Call (855) 678-4357 to get information on registration options.

• Be taken to the shelter by social service provider, a hospital or by police.[/i]

So how did the round up go since it happened last month? i went ahead and copied the title and date since it was missing from what you had copied from the same article. I'm sure that was a mistake on your part and not an attempt to spread fear and panic right?



Columbia’s controversial new homeless shelter opens

Published: October 4, 2013

Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/10/04/30200...rylink=cpy
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