Have you heard of FEMA Camps in the US?

United States
October 19, 2009 7:10pm CST
I was reading about how some states are making it mandatory for health care workers to get the H1N1 vaccinations, which led me to a link about FEMA internment camps in the US. Apparently ther are over 800 such camps ready for use, and the National Guard is recruiting to staff them. I did view the ad the Guard was running to recruit. The current theory is that people who refuse the vaccine will need to be quarantined, and will be placed in these facilities. I have no idea if this is true or not, but I read enough to make me believe that it is certainly possible. I do know that it is true that FEMA has hundreds of thousands of coffins at the ready. If you google it you will see them, they are stored out in the open. Have any of you heard of this, and if so, what do you think?
7 responses
• United States
24 Oct 09
FEMA is the worst run sector in our government! I hope they are never in charge of something like this. I had to deal with them in the past in a desaster and let me tell you ...they care nothing about you or your family! The government likes to make people think they are doing things to help people and the media miss informs others that the government is doing things to help. FEMA couldnt even get temp housing in place for a 1000 people and if they ever in charge of something on a much bigger scale we would all die first before they got done arguing about the cheapest way to solve the problem lol. I will not get the H1N1 shot and actually just getting over having the flu. The government hands out these vaccines that have limited testing on them and then when something goes terribly wrong they say oh but its not our fault and has hired scientists to claim it has nothing to do with the vaccine. The government dont care you have to protect your own! Just how i see things after living threw it :)
• South Korea
26 Nov 09
It's good to hear a few people who still have that good old fashioned common sense going. To hell with Fema, NWO, Nibiru and all the rest of those conspiracies and scenarios. Just let us live our lives in peace. Right then. Cheers
@coolcoder (2019)
• United States
20 Oct 09
http://mettura.com/amtrak/index.php http://gmerkt.blogspot.com/2009/08/fema-concentration-camp-story-is-hoax.html It's all a hoax. Remember how organized FEMA was after Katrina (*sarcasm*)? Can you imagine if they had to do even a quarter of what's being claimed here? It'd be utter pandemonium!
@rhycolez (82)
• Indonesia
20 Oct 09
Maybe I will find out about that first. Thanks for your information friend.
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
20 Oct 09
I have heard about health care workers needing to get the vaccination which makes sense since they are dealing with other people's lives. I didn't hear about the camps though. I think it's a bit crazy to quarantine people that choose not to get the vaccination if they are not even sick.
@diamania (7028)
• Netherlands
20 Oct 09
Rumours go that the vaccine is made to reduce the amount of inhabitants on earth. Probably to ensure that there is enough food for everyone. Would be a pretty weird idea, but it's not impossible.
@xfahctor (14126)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
20 Oct 09
Yeh, this is an urban legend that has been around since the 90's. It is basicly untrue. there are many true elements that go together in the legend, but the whole big picture drawn up is simply nmot true. I have personaly visited two of these so called "feme camps" near my area. One is basicly a guys hay field now and the other, in Houlton Maine, is an old pow camp from WWII that is nothing more than a patch of dirt woth a few ruins on it that last I heard, was going to be baught and converted to a private mbile home park. there are videos galore on the net, many show an amtrack repair yard in indiana and mkae all sortso fo claims about it. Trust me, it's an amtrack rail car repair yard, with a parking lot full of civilian workers, no govt vehicals and not much in the way of heavily secured gates. The suposed "fema trains" are nothing more than automobile transport rail cars, the "shackles" in them are cargo chains for the loaded frieght. I even heard talk about a train with guillotines. Well, it turns out the "guillotines" were comercial paper cutting presses. The coffins you heard about are actually grave liners, and it is a storage yard for a company that makes...drum roll please...coffin liners. No fema there either.
@jenlex79 (257)
• United States
20 Oct 09
I hope this is not true. I refuse to get the H1N1 vaccine. I'm currently enrolled in college to pursue a career in health care. I don't think that they should force anyone to get a vaccine if they don't want it.