02 Apr 2015

Hot Button Phrase: “FEMA Camp”

Conspiracy 5 Comments

Second perhaps only to “chemtrails,” when the responsible, sober libertarians on Facebook want to mock the paranoid ones, they bring up “FEMA camps.” A relative sent me the following video, which apparently shows footage from Florida of a drill in which U.S. military pretend to march U.S. citizens into a detention camp. Then the anchor (Franchi) goes on to give other reasons that he doesn’t think this is a paranoid theory.

As the Onion asks: What do you think?

5 Responses to “Hot Button Phrase: “FEMA Camp””

  1. Josiah says:

    This video is a false flag put out by the NSA to distract attention away from the Lizard People

  2. Keshav Srinivasan says:

    What is there in the actual video of the exercise to suggest that it’s for domestic use? It seems to be that by similar arguments, you could say that pretty much any military exercise is nefarious. If they’re doing shooting practice, it could be that they’re planning to shoot Americans, for instance. But I don’t see what makes this video different from videos of other military exercises, to suggest that it’s targeted at the homeland.

  3. Major.Freedom says:

    Speaking of conspiracy theories…

    One theory I heard yesterday is that regular poster here “LK” has gone incognito because of the molesters in the UK government make it difficult to propagandize for it.

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