Is a FEMA Camp Coffin Waiting for You?

From time to time I’ve touched on the subject of FEMA camps. Are they real? How much of a threat are they? And what’s this about a FEMA camp coffin waiting for you or me?

To better answer those questions, Jesse Ventura did a video, but it’s no longer available on YouTube. It was part of his “Conspiracy Theory” series, and I’m truly sorry I can no longer share it here. I had it embedded in this post for a time, and it’s deserving of a mention.

What does this have to do with prepping? Maybe more than we realize.

Our government tells us to be prepared. Have 72-hour kits. Maybe have a week of food in case of disaster. But are there those in government who are watching you because you are indeed prepping? Would you like to bet against that possibility?

Have you heard of Fusion Centers? No, they’re not for the production of nuclear energy. They’re for gathering information about people like you and me, if for some reason the government thinks you or I might be worth watching. And you won’t believe how little it takes to be on one of those watch lists.

But what about detention centers? Are there already camp facilities built and ready for use in America? Don’t forget, this country rounded up and isolated Japanese Americans during World War II.

The unavailable Jesse Ventura video was about what’s happening in the United States of America. It’s not about Cuba, China or North Korea. And it’s in the here and now.

If you want to go into this subject deeper, get copies of Camp Fema: American Lockdown (2009) and Enemy of the State: Camp FEMA Part 2 (2010) while they’re still available.

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

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