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FEMA camp bill resurfaces in Congress

Published on Feb 12, 2013 by RTAmerica

In the US, natural disasters have caused the US government to declare national emergencies. Now, an old bill has resurfaced in Congress that allows the government to implement at least six military installations to house US citizens when a national emergency is declared. The National Emergency Centers Act or HR 645 gives the Federal Emergency Management Agency power over the camps and before the bill was shot down due to the broad language and the fears of unchecked government power, but can this bill ever pass? Bob English, civil liberties activist and blogger, sounds off on the issue.

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2 Responses to FEMA camp bill resurfaces in Congress

  1. Dave says:

    Never get on any government transport to unknown facilities, no matter what.
    Even those transported to the LA superdome after katrina went through hell & weren’t allowed to leave.
    Consider any facility run by a government to be a roach motel; it will suck & once you go in you may never get out alive.

  2. Jolly Roger says:

    Things are heating up too quickly, and too many people are angry. I think Obama has a better chance of being thrown into a prison camp than any American citizen.

    There are many millions who still believe the mainstream media, but are still angry as hell. They’re not what we would call “awake”, but they don’t have to be.

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