What are FEMA Camps?

FEMA camps have become a very popular discussion with in conspiracy theory communities for the past few decades. This is because during the Iran Contra trials the REX 84 plan had begun to leak out to the general public. The REX 84 plan was a classified scenario and drill that essentially turned the United States into a police state. It put the entire United States under martial law and gave power of the states, and local police to Army Generals if the President ordered a State of Emergency.

This plan was put in place in case there was ever a civil uprising or if a vast majority of the population began to disagree with the Government. Or in the case of a possible invasion. This and similar plans are often refereed to as continuance of governance plans. This plan also involves rounding up, detaining, and executing American citizens that were viewed as a threat.

While this is all real over the years many have begun to speculate that there may be another plan in place.  Many now believe the real idea of the REX 84 plan and it’s current classified successors, is to round up citizens for extermination for population control in the upcoming decades. Normally this theory also involves biological weapons or some other reason for the United States to issue a State of Emergency. It also normally states some reason for the social elite to wish to destroy the population, and how they have been planning this for centuries.

Now how this all ties into FEMA is interesting, FEMA is known as the Federal Emergency Management Association, they were built in case of extreme events, such as pandemics, hurricanes, earthquakes, and a variety of other extreme events. While FEMA used to be it’s own organization in 2003 it became a part of Homeland Security, and is now run by American Generals. Many who have worked for FEMA state that they are trying to build concentration camps.

If you look at the organization of FEMA camps you’ll realize that they have established means to provide border control quickly with roll out fences and other technologies. While there are many camps set up around the country many will be made almost overnight in case of a State of Emergency. They will more then likely be close to transportation services such as airports, train stations, bus stations, or major highways.

Widespread FEMA camps will more then likely only be activated if there is biological warfare, a pandemic, if Yellowstone erupts, after a nuclear war, or a similar type of disaster with a widespread impact. During these times it is possible that the REX 84 plan or another continuance of governance plan will be activated. Many of the camps will probably provide rations, have running water, electricity, medicine, and housing needs for the homeless.

The government may begin to acquire peoples personal belongings and residencies, people that choose to fight back may be executed. It would be hard to believe that there would not be militant groups that would be in opposition, and civil war may pursue for many years. While the first militant groups will be unorganized, extremely violent, and will not stand for much they will evolve. The group will eventually consist of a large number of hackers and ex-military, that will try to establish democratic order once again. Eventually both sides will more then likely merge after military rule is abolished and given back to a representative democracy, but the number of lost individuals will be large.


The timescale of the camps will determine a myriad of factors. Depending on the disaster and the pursuing casualties these camps may become the new communities as we rebuild society. Communication between the world will never truly be lost, but access to the information may become scarce depending on the situation. Many of these communities may starve to death and be led by mentally ill and disgusting individuals, criminal activities may plague some of these camps. Others however may flourish, it will mostly be dependent on the leadership and the intelligence of the communities.

While most of this is speculation, unless sustainability is reached for at least 25% of the population before such a disastrous event occurs, something such as this or similar will occur. The ability to stay sustainable after such events will also be paramount. Our best bet right now is to elect representatives to help ratify a new contingency plan that will still revolve around democracy and provide us with freedom. We should also be working on programs to help train members of our communities and educate our children about what to expect in case of such events.

There are many other events that will transpire in case such events occur with in this decade, but many will be dependent upon the disaster, and leadership of the states of the world. World Powers will be forged and many states cultures may merge. Around the world cultures may disintegrate or worsen. Communities may rival against each other for resources, and freedoms may be extinguished. Foresight into these events can only provide a myriad of probable outcomes under certain conditions, anything is liable for change, every single factor shapes the future.

If we remain democratic through the whole ordeal, if such disaster occurs, we will see far less militant groups. We will have better insights into the communities, and their ability to prosper and reestablish society will greatly be enhanced. I believe we should begin focusing on these centers and establishing democratic solutions now. These communities should be built around sustainable energy and agricultural development. This will decrease the chances of malnutrition, and lack of energy sources in any event.

We could easily use are already established democratic positions for leadership, but we need to come up with new ideas to keep intact an ability to re-elect officials in case of disaster. We should be reinforcing our technological infrastructures from natural, and man made disasters. This will help keep educational systems working, and our ability to communicate between communities intact. The development of these technologies by governing bodies will help decrease the cost of production of these various technologies.

By decreasing the costs of the technologies and streamlining the production of such, the general population will also be better capable of providing for themselves, if such situations ever occur. If we ever reach that point before disasters occur, we will have no need for the camps at all. While our life’s will be forever changed from such events, if the general population reaches sustainability life will be less erratic, cumbersome, and dangerous. This is the ideal situation, yet the possibility that we will reach such advancements before our next worldwide disaster is nearly impossible to determine.

Hopefully it will be a at least a few more centuries before nature or our own folly shows it’s true devastating power, but the clock is ticking, and none of us know what time it will strike.

Top 10 US Backed Atrocities and Authoritarian Regimes

The average educated American already knows not to trust it’s government. Ever sense its conception the United States has supported a variety of Dictators and Authoritarian Regimes that have enslaved its own people, and murdered countless innocents. The United States may house some of the bravest and intelligent people, yet we also house some of the most ignorant, violent, and egotistical. The majority of the People in the United States would be outraged if they knew the truth about what was currently going on around them. However like many other countries the average American is controlled by propaganda, and debt. The various functions of the nations infrastructure has been taking advantage of by the greedy, and powerful, and if the world doesn’t eventually come to realize it’s faults the next century is going to be a very gloomy one. The United States itself is slowly becoming a police state, luckily it hasn’t been completely destabilized. If America ever falls to it’s transgressors, a civil war will be eminent. This film sheds light on just a few of the atrocities and authoritarian regimes that the U.S. has supported, and to anyone that hasn’t had a proper history lesson before, you may be shocked to see exactly what the United States has funded overseas. This short documentary sheds a light on how America supported killings of innocent civilians and helped evil regimes stay in power in Indonesia, Cuba, Africa, El Salvador, Guatemala, and many others.

Why the Government Doesn’t Want Cannabis to be Legal.

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It’s clear that many people in the United States and many other nations want cannabis to be legalized for medicinal and recreational use. Although there are some undesirable effects of cannabis use; when compared to many legal substances in the U.S. such as Alcohol or Tobacco, it is relatively harmless.

Cannabis is also one of the oldest known medicinal plants in the world dating back thousands of years into the Ayurvedic literature. Hemp seeds are nutritionally exemplary providing protein and beneficial omega fats into one’s diet. Eating Cannabis raw has also shown to decrease heart disease risk, and various other illnesses.

Cannabis use has also shown to help provide pain relief as well as a decrease occurrences of seizures in epileptics, help decrease nausea, help insomnia, and many other benefits.

This has been extremely helpful for many individuals that are injured or have serious medical conditions such as Cancer, Aids, Epilepsy, Insomnia, Arthritis, and many other minor and chronic conditions.

So why would the Government want to stop the production and criminalize the possession of such a beneficial plant? Even though society has already proven its health benefits and variety of uses in industry settings.

It’s all about the money, thats truly what its about. Could you imagine what would happen if Cannabis became legal tomorrow? Think about how many people would lose their jobs.

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Most arrests made in the United States are for drug offenses, with over half being related to the possession, sale, cultivation, or trafficking of Cannabis.

For the Executive and Judicial branches of our government this is BIG money.

Some of those who acquire money from these restrictions in this billion dollar industury are Judges, Lawyers, Police Officers, Probation Officers, Drug Dealers and Support Groups on both sides of the legalization of Cannabis.

So if Cannabis was legalized nationwide imagine how many of these individuals woud lose their jobs without a safety net. And how many more people will be out on the streets and not in Prisons looking for jobs.

How many of these individuals would turn to a life of crime, due to their incapacity to find a job? It’s easy to imagine many of them relying on violent crimes, larceny, fraud, and the transportation, production, and sale of harder drugs just to get by.

This in turn would create a endless cycle of hiring and firing of law personel.

This is just one of the reasons why the legalization of Cannabis is taking so long, because our government is not ready to cope ecspecially with our failing financial system.

However many states have done a very good job migrating these effects by only legalizing it for medical use creating new revenue streams for doctors. All while using high taxes to fund new developmental programs for education, health care, agriculture, and renewable energy resource development.

Along with all these benefits the production of medical and recreational Cannabis in itself creates new jobs. Many investors have already jumped at the chance to support the production of Cannabis. In addition organizations such as Grow houses and Cannabis Clubs have sprouted all over the country, creating jobs for growers and sales associates. Even the Government has gotten into it by increasing the need for permits for the development of the infrastructure of Cannabis Clubs and Cultivation Centers.

Now that we’ve taken a look into how the legalization of Cannabis will effect the Modern Uses for the Cannabis Plant  Infographicexecutive branch let’s take a look at how it will effect industry. It is well known that hemp has thousands of uses in industry.

This has been known for thousands of years and even helped build the infrastructure of many countries. Even in the beginning of America in 1619, The Virginia Company by decree of King James I, required every colonist to grow 100 plants specifically for export.

However the ability to produce Cannabis became very prohibitive in the United States after the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 was enacted. This act however has come under much scrutiny in recent years due to the fact that major supporters of the Act had major holdings in the Timber industry, which may have been threatened by the recent invention of the “decorticator”.

The decorticator allowed the ability to easily extract the fibers from Hemp plants which made Cannabis a viable alternative to timber for the creation of paper, rope, and many other textile products. Popular Mechanics in their February 1938 issue even praised Hemp as the new billion dollar crop that would change industry forever due to the decorticator.

However at the same time many propagandist, racist, yellow journalistic papers and movies were produced that claimed Cannabis made people go crazy, likely to go insane on a killing rampage. Many of these articles and movies have been shown to have been funded by people of interest in corporate holdings of timber and nylon, and new government organizations that focused on earning revenue from criminalizing the production of Cannabis and other substances. While many of these articles and films such as Refer Madness focused on white suburban teens that were once notable citizens going crazy. Many others focused on slandering African Americans, Asian Americans, Mexican Americans implying that they were the major users of the drug and under it’s influence were likely to kill and rape white women.

So how does this relate to today.

Besides much of the propaganda that were taught and reinforced through our life, paper and many textiles are still currently made from Timber. The production and manufacturing of Timber is not only more costly to the environment, but also requires more labor, and is significantly more dangerous.

Hemp also is vastly more versatile when creating clothing as well. Being highly more efficent then producing cotton. This will not only help the environment, but it will help decrease labor, and improve our ability to clothe the world. This will free up land to be used for agricultural needs which can help us feed the starving people of the world.

Hemp has the ability to be turned into cleaning products, food products, construction products. We have hemp seed oil, hemp shampoo, hemp moisturizer, and many other fascinating products. Hemp has so many uses in so many industries and because it is a weed it is one of the most simple, easiest, and fastest plants to grow. Yet all these great things make it “Dangerous to the Status Quo”.

By allowing citizens to grow it, many textile industries will go bankrupt. And of course don’t forget about the pharmaceutical industries; think about all the people that will not have to buy prescription medicines anymore, but instead can grow a plant for pennies on the dollar. So many industries will lose their way of life.

This will decrease stock prices of many Corporations. The same Corporations that are able to afford the lobbying for high end government officials.

Once again many will lose their jobs and citizens will be more capable of producing their own products closer to home.

While many speculative markets will go through a complete revolution and a few stock brokers may lose money, the real ones that will suffer are CEOs.

It’s easy to see the many disadvantages of legalizing cannabis from a certain perspective.

Many current industries will fail, the production of many products will stop. Many people including cops, lawyers, judges, marketers, CEO’s, financial advisers, manufacturing laborers, and countless others will lose their jobs.

Yet lets take a look at the advantages.

Third World countries will be attacked less by governments, and be more capable of producing their own foods and products. Less lifes will be wasted in Prison. Less money will be stolen from friendly productive citizens. Less men and women will be placing their lifes in danger over a failing drug war. We’ll completely destroy giant criminal rings that exponge money from our society.

Well have a product capable of producing thousands of textile products, with a fraction of cost in labor and to the environment. Well have a medicine with less side effects that’s also safer to develop then the many that are being produced.

When more people start growing Cannabis at home, they will be more capable to grow their own food. Decreasing the stress on our agricultural systems, and providing better nutrition for people around the world.

All this together will mean less work for everyone, safer work environments, a cleaner environment, longer lifes.

So we might lose some jobs, but doesn’t that mean less work for our society? Wouldn’t this allow us more time with our family and friends, and more time for education?

While our government is standing the way, “We the People” are the ones that control government.

So if we really want this plant to be legal, arent we the ones responsible to make it so?

So I ask you to ask yourself one question “Whose really standing in the way?”.



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How did Homelessness get so bad?

In third world countries, homelessness is mostly due to widespread violence, economic grievances, poor healthcare, corrupt politics, and a lack of resources.

In the United States when Reagan cut spending for mental institutions, many had to go to the streets almost instantly becoming homeless. This impacted high population area’s the worse, the increase in homelessness, and mentally unstable people in high population area’s, led to soaring rises in violence, gang, activity and drug use.

These homeless men and women were drove into the already struggling lower middle class areas. With the drug war instituted by Nixon, there was lack of rehabilitation centers for those who generally wanted to get better, but an increase in police force. Due to the increase in police forces there was less funding available for public schools, work programs, and various other services that could have helped change these cities for the better.

This led to a population with higher incarceration rates, lower education levels, and increased risk of becoming homeless.  With this increase in violence and poor social programs, lower housing rates and property values followed, but in this struggling society fueled through drug addiction and violence many still lost there homes to the banks.

In return these banks remodeled the land for high middle class homes, which then increased property values in the area making it harder for lower middle class citizens to pay the bills.

Homelessness impacts every country in our world. Most homeless populations live in tents, homeless shelters, on the streets, and sometimes in homeless communities. Sometimes it’s due to the lack of work, however many homeless people can often have poor mental health, disabilities, and may be addicted to drugs. With their living arrangements they often don’t have access to clean water or sanitary conditions.

Homelessness Reform

Homelessness is a epidemic, it limits our ability as a society to move forward. It’s very important to remember that people do need to take responsibility for their actions, but to always take into account, that our society is the reason that we are facing such problems.

How Do We prevent Homelessness?

We must change the way our society works.

Most people are homeless due to poverty, mental illness, or drug addiction. Many people that are homeless need to be rehabilitated or provided with a job.

While the U.S. government has a system of checks and balances, between its branches. Yet we have failed to set up such a system between corporations, and people.

We have made it harder to receive an education in new fields, while simultaneously lowering worker wages through inflation.

We need to establish working programs, where people are paid livable wages, and provided with health care services that cover them, and their children.

If corporations worked together with the Federal Reserve and Legislative branch, of our governments, we would have higher wages and lower work hours. If there are not enough jobs, to supply people, we could easily lower the average number of working hours, allowing more people to have a job.

Health Problems

Health problems are often a cause and result, of being homeless. Many people who do not have health insurance when faced with an illness in the family can lose their job. The 2007 United States Census Bureau calculated that 45.7 million Americans (15.3% of the population) do not have health insurance.

Those that are incapable of getting of getting high paying jobs are more likely to not have health insurance. Of course, they’re are also more likely to not have a college education, and make poorer health choices for them and their families.

So when they or a family memeber have medical condition they may spend all their money on diagnosis and treatment, and then be left incapable of paying their mortgage, or rent. This family member may be a child, or parent.  An estimated 10.5% of American children under the age of six do not have health insurance.

Once a person becomes homeless it is increasingly difficult for them to get a job and due to a lack food, toiletries, they are more likely to get a medical condition.

Yet if we had easier access to jobs, we could have free health diagnostics, before they receive jobs. In this day and age we should have the ability to walk into a worker program and receive a job that day.

Fun Fact: There are more than five times as many vacant homes in the U.S. as there are homeless people, according to Amnesty International USA.

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