FEMA camp incinerators?

Sunday, August 26, 2012
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com

(NaturalNews) There is good reason for legitimate optimism right now, even in the face of an approaching financial collapse and the rise of the new American police state. It sounds contradictory, but there is a silver lining to all this. There’s a catch, however: The silver lining only applies to those who learn how to get out of the way of the “social tsunami” that will be unleashed. I’ll explain that in more detail later in this article.

To explain that, we first have to address the issue of FEMA camps. Publicly described as “refugee camps,” FEMA camps have a reputation among the “awakened” community as being concentration camps. There is evidence that FEMA camps are stockpiling huge numbers of cadaver incineration containers (http://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=C67234C7049D2AB2F3D897B805FEFEC2). The recent purchase of 1.4 billion rounds of ammunition by the DHS also indicates a massive amount of firepower is about to be directed at the American population. (http://www.naturalnews.com/036847_ammo_purchases_government_stockpili…)

But let’s analyze this rationally, and let’s look at both “best case” and “worst case” scenarios for these FEMA camps.

BEST CASE scenario: FEMA camps are merely “refugee camps” set up to help the masses of refugees who will flee the cities in the midst of a global economic collapse. The FEMA camps will provide basic supplies such as food, water, shelter, electricity, basic medical care and so on. The camps will also offer security to the people during the crisis, and then after the crisis people will be free to leave. FEMA saves a bunch of lives and the government is the hero.

WORST CASE scenario: The FEMA camps are actually concentration camps set up with human incinerators (large, walk-in ovens) to process tens of millions of inner-city dwellers who the globalists see as having no value whatsoever and therefore need to be eliminated at the first opportunity. The camps will be use to stage citizens who are rounded up under the pretext of being “saved” but are actually sent either to slave labor camps or incinerators after being tagged as “infected” with a fictional infectious disease propagandized by the CDC. The “American holocaust” will take place under the name of FEMA.

Keep in mind as you read all this that the United States of America already has a long and well-documented history of running internment camps and rounding up innocent people, kidnapping them, stuffing them into these camp prisons, and not letting them out for years. This is the factual story of exactly what happened in World War II with the Japanese Internment Camps located all across the country. I recently wrote about it in this article:

http://www.naturalnews.com/036922_Census_Bureau_racial_profiling_inte…

Analyzing the scenarios

Remember, by the way, that FEMA camps could also potentially function somewhere in between the best case and worst case scenarios. They don’t have to be wholly one or the other.

In the best case scenario (or anything close to it), there’s little to worry about. Nobody’s going to be harmed if FEMA merely serves its official function of helping refugees deal with disaster. So let’s look more in the direction of the worst case scenario: What is the worst that FEMA can do?

To answer this question, we have to ask some basic questions:

1) How many FEMA centers exist across the country?

2) How many people can they hold and / or house at any one time?

3) How many people can they “process” through incinerators if that were indeed their goal? (Worst case scenario, remember?)

The answer to the first question is relatively straightforward. Based on maps available online, there appear to be roughly somewhere between 175 and 200 FEMA camps across the USA. Let’s take the 200 as our working number as we explore these questions.

How many people can each camp hold? While every camp obviously has different facilities and capacities, what we’re looking for here is the average capacity.

This is a bit of a wild guess, but I’m going to propose that the average capacity of a FEMA camp is about 25,000 people. This number is probably ridiculously high, as housing that many people would require a huge structure approaching the size of a sports stadium. My honest guess is that most camps can handle fewer than 5,000 people while only a few larger camps are built for anything approaching 100,000 people. But we’ll go with 25,000 each for illustration purposes.

If accurate, this means FEMA camps can hold, at maximum, 200 x 25,000 people, which is 5 million people. That’s a nationwide total.

But New York City, all by itself, has 8 million people. Los Angeles has another 3.8 million, and Chicago has 2.7 million (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_cities_by_populati…).

When you start adding up the populations of the largest cities, it becomes very clear that FEMA camps can’t hold anywhere near the numbers they would need to hold in order to handle the mass of refugees fleeing the cities. Remember, the U.S. population is roughly 300 million people. If FEMA camps can hold 5 million people in total, that’s only 1.7% of the total population.

Of course, that calculation is only based on how many people FEMA camps can hold. A darker question is: How many people can FEMA camps process? (Incinerate.)

Aren’t the incinerators just some wild conspiracy theory?

FEMA camp incinerators, you say? Sounds like some wild conspiracy theory.

That’s what I thought, too, until I saw this patent from the U.S. patent office. It’s patent number 5425163. And here’s the description of the patent:

A multi-functional cremation container for a cadaver is provided. A rectangular container is enclosed on five sides by four container side panels and a bottom panel. The sixth side is an upwardly facing open top for providing access to the internal volume within the container. The side panels terminate at the open top in a first annular horizontal peripheral groove and a downturned external flange having a downfacing annular edge. Each side is sloped so as to allow multiple cremation containers to be nestled for compact storage and easy transportation. A rectangular cover has a horizontal top panel with four peripheral, downwardly extending cover side panels. The cover side panels fit over the container flange for closing the container, and include formed therein a plurality of reliefs for carrying the casket…

http://www.google.com/patents/US5425163

The image of this “cremation container” patent is shown here:
http://www.google.com/patents?id=R-kkAAAAEBAJ&pg=PA2&source=gbs_selec…

These exact “cremation containers” aren’t just real, they’re stacked inside FEMA camps in massive quantities. The following picture is taken from the 2:30 mark of this Jesse Ventura video:
http://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=C67234C7049D2AB2F3D897B805FEFEC2

As you can see from the video, these human cadaver incineration containers are being produced and stored in massive quantities, then held at FEMA camps. There can be only one purpose for such containers: The incineration of a massive numbers of Americans.

The CDC, of course, would explain all this as merely a “precautionary measure” to deal with the casualties of a runaway infection with a high fatality rate. Most of the sheeple don’t believe mass incineration containers really exist… until you tell them the CDC supports the plan as a way to dispose of infected bodies in a large pandemic outbreak. And then, suddenly, a typical sheeple person will say, “Oh, then, it must be okay.”

But back to the point at hand, it is absolutely clear that the U.S. government is preparing to incinerate huge numbers of human bodies at FEMA camps. For what reason? Believe what you wish.

Hold on a second, you say. This is nuts. The American people wouldn’t stand by idly and allow the government to incinerate citizens by the millions.

Oh really? And on what evidence do you base such a conclusion? The German citizens tolerated it in World War II, when Jews were being rounded up and incinerated by the millions, right in the German citizens’ own back yard. Today, in the USA, the sheeple have become so “sissified”, apathetic and mentally malleable that no one would stop the government’s mass incineration operations, even if such activities became widely known. “Anything to stop terrorism!” the sheeple would scream as they bow down and lick the boots of tyrants.

If there’s anything that’s perfectly clear about American culture over the last couple of decades, it’s that people will go along with anything — even crazy things — as long as the White House explains it away. Hey, let’s bail out the rich banksters with trillions of dollars in taxpayer money while nobody goes to jail! Or, let’s spend billions of dollars to move U.S. auto industry jobs to China! Or how about this one: Let’s just start arresting veterans and throwing them in psychiatric hospitals by the hundreds, claiming they have “mental disorders” if they speak out against the status quo (http://www.naturalnews.com/036923_Brandon_Raub_thought_crimes_psychia…).

So where’s the good news in all this, you ask? There is a limit to how many human beings they can process. So even if you believe the FEMA camp infrastructure is engineered and intended to “process” large numbers of American citizens, the limited resources controlled by the federal government means that, by definition, most of the population will escape such evil aims.

Only the clueless and unprepared will be caught in the FEMA web

3 comments to FEMA camp incinerators?

  • Ben

    This is JMHO…but I don’t think the incinerators are going to be used to openly cremate people like they did during the Third Reich. Rather, incineration will be used to dispose of bodies as a matter of health and disease control. Let’s take a look at a huge city like Chicago. How many inhabitants? 6 mil? Say it had the water, power, and services cut off. How long do you think that city could survive? In 3 months, how many casualties would you have? Thousands? Hundreds of thousands? How would the government control that? They couldn’t. I would think they could only contain it and use the most efficient means possible to dispose of the human casualties to cut down on waste problems and disease control? How do you do that? Not thru burial. It would be two time consuming use too much man power. So burning them would be the most efficent means of controling this situation. As CD has said, you would have massive decentralization and manpower and funds would be limited…unless those funds came from somwhere else to pay for these people….it depends how things are set up. Could UN or foreign troops do the job? Perhaps? Who knows. I just don’t think they would be rounding people up and cooking them. I think the elites know it is better if “do ourselves” in rather than them having to do it. They are just there to clean up the mess after it is done.

    JMHO.

  • Silver Eagle

    Don’t know what to say other than “something evil this way comes”

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