Back in March of 2010 I posted a entry on my blog titled "For The Conspiracy Theorist In You". It dealt with FEMA and these "camps" that are supposedly located in various isolated areas around the United States. You can see the posting here:
At the time a few people thought that 1) The story of the FEMA camps was an urban legend or 2) It was just a conspiracy theory with no legs. Except that these camps DO exist, and I now have a story to share that may shed some light on just "who" could be interned in these camps.
On thedailysheeple.dom Paul Joseph Watson writes "that U.S. troops now being trained to boss communities and run local governments are being readied to oversee a post-collapse America in which riots and civil unrest similar to that now exploding in Europe over austerity measures and pension cuts ravage the United States and are met with the iron fist of a militarized police state." Are you reading what I am reading?
Reaction to their earlier story about the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division being prepared for a situation where “in essence they will become the local government” by working with local officials has been strong, with some refusing to believe that the program is geared towards anything other than operations overseas.
However, as we outlined in the article, similar deployments by Northcom are admittedly focused around “homeland patrols” and training troops to deal with “civil unrest” and “crowd control”.
We have documented numerous incidents over the past several years where active duty troops or national guard have been used in domestic law enforcement operations.
The military are now being called upon to undertake roles normally designated to police as Americans are incrementally acclimated to accept the presence of troops on the streets as an everyday occurrence, in preparation for them to be used should the United States enter a post-collapse period of turmoil and unrest
So....could you see a potential need for those imaginary FEMA camps?