The Federal Emergency Management Agency released a statement today that they are developing contracts for emergency housing camps, that are equipped to house emergency workers and “displaced citizens” within a 72-hour set-up period. These camps are available to primarily emergency workers, but allows displaced citizens opportunities of employment within the camps. The camps provide housing for up to 2,000 people per camp.
Sounds nice, eh? Here’s the problem:
Define “displaced.” The definition, in this case according to Google, of this word means “taken out of its usual place.” Of course, FEMA is implying that these situations which will take citizens “out of place” would be emergencies, i.e., a terrorist attack, a natural disaster, etc. And not to mention all of the false-flag operations the United States’ government has approved and executed, no pun intended, these disasters are hardly put into effect within a timely manner.
In 2005, the failure of city, state, and federal government was all-too real for the people of New Orleans and several other Gulf-coast towns after Hurricane Katrina. Third-world-like conditions made the people of America sick to their stomach; bodies rotting in the street, lack of evacuation, lack of food and water for weeks at a time, and the list goes on. These people were displaced, yes. But who is displaced today?
Homelessness. In the Orlando area, and many other metropolitan areas in Florida, it is nearly illegal to be homeless. It is illegal to feed the homeless without a permit. It is illegal to wash one’s face, shave, or wash one’s clothes in a public restroom in the Orlando Metropolitan area. This legislation, only helping the rich yuppies Orlando wishes to promote, is not only harming the homeless, but causing them to continue within their homelessness. For every smell the homeless possess, they are given a dirty look. For every spot or hole in their clothing, they are looked down upon. But the fact of the matter is, that within months, that could be you and me.
The average American is nearly 6 months away from homelessness. With the current debt status, loan-sharking, and floundering dollar, we are left living paycheck-to-paycheck with little-to-no savings. Without a savings account, or area within one’s budget, everyone is one check-engine light, one broken arm, one layoff away from being homeless.
Yet, we separate ourselves by using the terms “they” and “us.” The only difference between the average homeless person and the average person is one word. And once someone has lost their home, are they not… displaced?
America’s History of Concentration Camps. In 1942, a majority of Japanese-American citizens were placed in relocation and interment camps, known to the common U.S. citizen as a concentration camp. These American citizens were held within these camps, for simply being a minority, due to the U.S.’s fear that one Japanese might commit another “terrorist” attack against the United States. Sound familiar? That’s because it is.
Hitler’s Holocaust did essentially the same thing, and as you read on keep in mind that everything Hitler said and did made sense to everyone first. After the Reichstag fire, Hitler claimed that Germany was under attack of the Communists, and that he needed certain amounts of power to protect the German citizens, and thus they gave it to him under an act that can be quoted word-for-word from the American Patriot Act. The German citizens’ liberties were taken away, and then (after several attacks against minorities paid and produced by the Nazi Regime) Hitler declared that these minorities were no longer safe, and that they had to be able to be identified so they could be protected. When that didn’t work, they had to be placed in ghettos so they could be protected even better. When that didn’t work they were forced into concentration camps, all under the guise of staying safe.
Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security, deserve neither and will lose both.” –Benjamin Franklin
The FEMA concentration camps are just part of the step toward a United States Holocaust and a New World Order. If one takes the time to align what has happened in the past to what is happening now, the common factors would be enough to make us sick to our stomachs with fear and grief would it not be for the apathy we are indoctrinated with through our genetically-modified foods, our fluoride-infested waters, and our educational system.
First they came for the communists and I did not speak out because I was not a communist. Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew. Finally, they came for me and there was no one left to speak out. — Martin Niemöller
All of this may be a bit of a mindful, but the fact of the matter is this; the second we accept the idea of separating ourselves (be it according to gender, race, religion, ethnicity, or what have you), they have succeeded in weakening us. And that’s not a conspiracy theory, that’s a fact.