November 12, 2012
There are no FEMA camps and anyone who believes that not to be the case is a conspiracy theorist who wears a tin foil hat. The government has no interest in building detention facilities for innocent American citizens who simply have strong political views such as being a Ron Paul supporter, supporting the Constitution, supporting the Second Amendment and advocating for enforcement of the Tenth Amendment. America has the First Amendment and that right is zealously protected by the politicians in Washington DC. Can we please move on to something worthwhile to talk about? Doesn’t our country have enough to worry about rather than to engage in wild-eyed fantasies regarding some remote conspiracy about FEMA camps?
Americans should sleep securely in their beds knowing that the specter of concentration camps of Nazi Germany will never be visited upon Americans for simply being the wrong race, being the wrong religion or having the wrong political views. For goodness sake, even Congressman Steve Cohen (D) from Tennessee, stated on Jesse Ventura’s show, Conspiracy Theory, that there are no FEMA camps. Please visit the clip below and forward to 9:40 and listen to Congressman Cohen’s indignant denial in which he Cohen attacks would-be conspiracy ‘theorists’ claiming that only those who believe in little green men and interstellar war would believe such things as the existence of FEMA camps.
After viewing Cohen’s strong denial about the existence of FEMA camps, I am confused. Cohen is a co-conspirator, I mean co-sponsor of HR bill 645, which clearly mandates that creation of FEMA camps, yet he completely denies their existence. Of course, as with most government officials I would suppose that the American public should believe what a politician says and not what he does. I contacted Congressman Cohen’s office and they are refusing comment on these blatant inconsistencies. And one more thing, why was Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory show banned by the media at the behest of Homeland Security?
In a case of that was then and this is now, there has been a stunning development with regard to the corporate controlled media reporting on FEMA camps. CBS News reported on November 10, 2012, that FEMA camps are in place and being used to house victims of super storm Sandy.
The FEMA shelter camp taped in the accompanying video link is home for victims of Sandy and is located in Oceanport, New Jersey. This camp is taking on the look of permanence as it contains 40 acres of emergency housing and is located in the parking lot of a race track. The camp is complete with hot meals and hot showers. The CBS report interviews a representative of FEMA who sells the camp as a refuge for first responders to the storm and then at the end of the interview, as an afterthought, acknowledges that 200+ storm victims also live there now with more showing up every day.
Reporters are not permitted to enter the FEMA facility amid reports that the “new residents” are reporting that the heating, food and general overall comfort of the camp is not good as people report being able to see their breath and the temperatures are in the low 30′s.
The following excerpts speak as to why federal agencies hire spokespersons. FEMA Camp spokesperson, Scott Sanders must have been absent from work the day the Reed Kozlow was interviewed by a local reporter. “You hover around waiting for the call. When the phone rings I can go. It’s all about the group,” said one of the FEMA workers at the camp, Reed Kozlow. Kozlow went on to state that “Whatever a community needs we provide. For Sandy we set up 12 camps to help.” The Koslow statement is very interesting, because the CBS report leaves the viewer with the impression that this was a single FEMA camp facility and an isolated incident. Yet, Kozlow admits that there is a camp in Meriden, Connecticut, where he brought in big generators, “as big as pickup trucks” with many odds and ends which he compared to setting up a small city complete with light and heat for victims. And curiously, he admitted to installing fencing around the camp. Fencing? Why would a “FEMA rescue camp” need fencing? The better question is, why would they be keeping people out? And why would that be the case, since they are a rescue facility? The more likely scenario is what Jesse Ventura found in Texas where the double fenced property had its barbed wire point in which is a clear indicator that the facility was designed to keep people in against their will. The intelligence data used to compile an “enemies of the state” list is featured below.
Between Routes 1 and 9 from Woodbridge to Linden remembers Linden Airport, and the General Motors plant right across the narrow lanes of the highway.
FEMA spokesman Scott Sanders at first denied that his agency had anything to do with the white tent city. “We might provide provisions, but we don’t run shelters,” after Sanders was asked if the tents were to be used for people displaced by Sandy.
Across the Arthur Kill from Woodbridge, Staten Island residents in which several were left homeless after last week’s hurricane and storm surge, are taking refuge in a huge FEMA camp facility. There was a large GM plant on the route which was torn down in 2008 to make way for a building renewal project which has not yet gotten off the ground. Yet, there is some building going on in this area as an encampment comprised of wooden poles and white tent bunting are apparent to anyone who drives by. The area is being described as a gigantic tent city, staffed with guards, fencing, and gates. There are water trucks, vehicles for portable showers, and more raw materials ostensibly to used for more construction. What about that FEMA camp spokesperson Scott Sanders?
According to the Staten Island Advance, FEMA officials are looking into reopening an old prison facility in which they would house storm victims in the Linden, New Jersey area. Yet, FEMA spokesperson Sanders, true to his FEMA moniker of continuing to deny that FEMA would ever construct and operate a camp of any type, instructed reporters to contact the Red Cross to find out what the tent city is for. Well, I did call the Red Cross three times and they said that they have nobody available to speak to a national talk show host about this issue. They seemed confused at the Red Cross when I asked them about the Linden, NJ facility. I started feeling dizzy when the Red Cross secretary I spoke with suggested that I contact FEMA. I hope if there are any fences around the Red Cross facility that they bars are pointed in.
Even local officials, such as Linden Police Officer Ted Miller, stated that FEMA is in charge of the FEMA facility at Linden citing a document FEMA had provided to the Linden Police Department.
In an interview by a local reporter, Miller stated that the tent city is set up to house 500 people citing the FEMA document However, a recent story at mycentraljersey.com said that the encampment would hold up to 4,000 utility workers. Which is it Mr. FEMA camp spokesperson Sanders, now that you finally admitted that the FEMA camp exists, is it a 500 person capacity or 4,000 inmate, err, person capacity? I would understand FEMA constructing facilities to help the storm victims, but why lie about it? Mr. Sanders has an excellent future with this government agency because of his shape-shifting Teflon approach to the truth. It is abundantly clear that we are seeing the roll out, under the guise of disaster response, the first known populated FEMA Camps. As they say, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”
I previously wrote an article in response to the intention of Congress to permit the military to indefinitely detain, without due process protections, American citizens for any reason, or for no reason whatsoever. In the previous article, I referenced the leaked memo from KBR manager, Bob Siefert, which was informing subcontractors to be prepared within 72 hours of notification to provide essential services to FEMA camps such as the installation of barbwire, blockades, personnel, food, water and sanitation services. Subsequently, one of my readers, Richard Firth, bravely took the initiative to write to Siefert and asked him to explain his stated intentions in the leaked memo. Below is the exchange between Wirth and Siefert along with my analysis.
From: Richard w. Firth [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, December 16, 2011 8:39 AM
To: Bob Siefert
Subject: Level with Public about \FEMA camps
Dear Mr. Siefert:
I am given to understand that KBR, a subsidiary of Halliburton, is in the process of activating the FEMA camps according to a leaked memo. I and many others would like to know why these camps are being activated?
I look forward to your response.
Sincerely- Richard W. Firth
Mr. Siefert wasted no time in answering Mr. Firth’s concerns as he provided a hastily prepared same day response.
From: Bob Siefert <bob. firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: Level with Public about FEMA camps
To: “Richard w. Firth” <email@example.com>
Date: Friday, December 16, 2011, 2:44 PM
Dear Mr. Firth,
Thank you for asking about the truth concerning our search for subcontractors. First, KBR is not a subsidiary of Halliburton, and hasn’t been since April of 2007. KBR intends to respond to an upcoming Request for Proposal. FEMA is looking for companies that can set up temporary camps to house First Responders to natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, floods, etc. The services included in the KBR request for information are ones we cannot provide ourselves and will need companies who can react quickly enough to meet the FEMA goal of having a place for their responders to stay within 72 hours of a call up. The camps will be temporary in nature, and nothing is being “activated”. FEMA is trying to be proactive in preparing for timely responses if emergency responses are required. I hope this answers your question.
Manager – Small Business
To summarize, KBR’s Siefert asserts that (1) the camps are temporary; (2) the camps are only being constructed for first responders who will be used in anticipated future natural disasters; and (3) the existing FEMA camps are not being activated.
Often in life, there is the stated reason for performing some action and then there is the real reason. Below are some key provisions which are part of the impetus for activating the FEMA camps which are contained in the Siefert KBR memo.
“The Continental US will be broken up into five regions as indicated in the map below Services” will be required in each State within each region.” (Author’s note) Interestingly, the South was also broken up into five military districts during the military occupation of the South during the Reconstruction Era following the Civil War.
“(Contractors will) Establish services listed below within 72 hours for initial set-up and respond within 24 hours for incremental services. This is a CONTINGENCY PROJECT and it should be stressed that lead times will be short with critical requirements due to the nature of emergency responses. Subcontractors must be flexible and able to handle multiple, shifting priorities in an emergency environment.”
Additionally, the Siefert memo disturbingly calls for the installation of fencing and wire used for large scale detention of prisoners.
“Subcontractors will mobilize, transport, erect, install and demobilize temporary fencing, barricades, and associated equipment according to federal, state and local laws, codes and manufacturer installation instructions. The Subcontractor shall be able to mobilize and deploy key personnel(s) within four (4) hours of NTP to meet with KBR Site Manager at the Responder Support Camp (RSC) site in order to finalize the site design plan and acquire site specific design requirements and layout. Number of linear footage:
“Approximately 2,300LF for a 301 person camp after 36 hours of NTP”
“Approximately 3,600LF for 1,000 person camp after 72 hours of NTP”
This sounds like FEMA camp activation to me and it closely parallels the FEMA camp events on the East Coast in the aftermath of Sandy.
When a reasonable person compares Siefert’s original memo to his response to Mr. Firth’s inquiry, the latter is clearly a poorly written and a hastily orchestrated version of damage control because his original leaked memo was never meant to see the light of day. The KBR memo called for barricades, barbwire, food, water, sanitation, guards, etc. This is the material that prisons are made of, not temporary housing for first responders as Seifert alleges. Hastily staffed FEMA camp personnel would also fit the definition of first responders in the advent of widespread civil insurrection.
Google the term “FEMA camps,” look at the photos, and ask yourself why first responders would be housed behind barbwire encampments where the wire is facing inward which is indicative of keeping people inside of an installation. Common sense dictates that first responders would not reside in prisons with armed guards and barbwire. It is clear that the FEMA camps are being activated and very soon they will be staffed by 100,000 new intern specialists currently being recruited by the Army and the National Guard.
It is an easy task to determine that KBR’s Bob Siefert and FEMA camp spokesperson Sanders are strangers on this issue. However, these Globalist-serving minions should not be the focal point of our attention. They are merely useful idiot.s Every freedom-loving American is now at risk for kidnapping, torture and execution thanks to the NDAA. The police are being federalized, FEMA camps are being activated, Homeland Security has purchased 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition to use against the American people, the Constitution is on the verge of extinction and Obama is poised to begin WWW III as a pretext to usher in martial law and cement his control over us as our military dictator in his second reign of terror.
Thanks to CBS News and reluctant FEMA Camp Spokesperson, Scott Sanders, for admitting what we have known for a long time; Key elements of the Federal Government have declared war upon ordinary citizens for merely exercising their Constitutional rights. We have three choices, resistance, capitulation or remain in a temporary state of denial until the inevitable happens.