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Monday, February 27, 2012

Temporary Emergency Camps Inside the United States...WHY YOU ASK???



See I do read other blogs and news during the day and most of it


it aggravating, frustrating and blood pressure raising..


Like this post over at "MADDMEDICS"


He links to this post at  "MOUNTIAN REPUBLIC"




What that hell is going on?  What is going to happen that we need to prepare these within

 72 hours of notice?

This is getting a bit scary  I think. GO READ BOTH


The National Responder Support Camp contract, posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, calls on contractors to “provide all necessary supervision, professional staff, labor support, material, supplies and equipment as necessary to make a RSC within a disaster-impacted area anywhere within the CONUS (Continental United States) within 72 hours after notification.”

8 comments:

  1. Imagine if you will, an attack. False flag? real? makes no difference.

    Imagine it happening before the election in November.

    Imagine a president declaring a state of emergency and canceling elections....

    Imagine you and your family "detained" indefinitely in one of these concentration camps... hey let's call them for what they are.

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  2. Hi Matt,

    I meant 72 hour notice.. not from today. Ill reclarify that in the post.

    Thanks :)

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  3. Yes I wasn't sure what you were thinking on that.

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  4. It's getting even better. I was talking to a co-worker today and he was telling me that for some unknown reason the state of NC is installing tractor trailer sized generators next to NG armories and police sub-stations in the city of Greensboro. Is this happening anywhere else that anyone is aware of? Does anyone have any idea why this is being done?

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  5. This is not news. This is the standard FEMA/Military response to a domestic event that would displace citizens on a scale large enough to overwhelm local and state governments.

    When I worked in the Army Reserve I spent an entire summer AT learning how to set up a mass decontamination sight to respond to everything from an industrial accident to a dirty bomb.

    If a dirty bomb went off in a large city that caused a widespread evacuation, and the state government couldn't handle the misplaced citizens (such as New Orleans Residents ending up in a stadium in Houston) then they would call the FEDGOV and request assistance.

    Once assistance is requested FEMA can issue orders under Title 10 authority to the military to provide civil assistance (set up field hospitals, refugee camps, etc).

    Evidently it is cheaper to hire a contractor to take on the "standby" mission that has largely been the realm of the Army Reserve.

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  6. @AM .. thanks for weighing in. I think the general consensus is that nothing would surprise any of us if there is something done to try and cause turmoil going into the elections.
    Especially if he is going to lose.

    I'm not a big conspiracy guy, but there are too many things that don't feel right.

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  7. I've been saying for better than a year now that something will come up before November. I don't know what or exactly when, but too much stuff points to an ugly situation.

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  8. Sorry @BillyBOb, they had a camp made last year in Minot ND to house the Responders (FEMA personnel). There was a lot of flooding and the locals had to have a place to stay. So we (FEMA) moved out of the hotels and into the camp. Nothing sinister about it or political. It was the RIGHT thing to do, to help our countries citizens. You'd be surprised to find that a lot of us are the one who "cling to our guns & religion."

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