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Are Feds Preparing For Calamity? FEMA Demanding 24 Hour Delivery Of Emergency Food Deliveries

Are Feds Preparing For Calamity? FEMA Demanding 24 Hour Delivery Of Emergency Food Deliveries

Paul Joseph Watson
August 6, 2013

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is contacting storable food suppliers requesting immediate delivery of food reserves within a 24 hour period, increasing suspicions that the federal government is accelerating its preparations for social disorder or an environmental calamity.

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all items must be paid for in advance.

End of fiscal year purchases

Nothing out of the norm IMO. Every year around Aug/Sep the gov't goes into a frenzy to spend all of their yearly funding because if they don't next year their bosses will say some thing like "since you didn't use it last year you don't need it this year" and they will lose that funding. I'm not to worried about this one. Oct 1st is the first day in FY14.

Ron Paul > Gary Johnson > Crap > Obama

As with the ammo questionnaire, this looks like a fishing

expidition to find out who can supply how much and on what time table, not necessarily that they really will be placing an order to be shipped within 24 hours. (which is likely already past)

Asking, "can you ship within 24 hours?" doesn't mean "I want it tomorrow" it means, "WHEN I order, can you get it out within 24 hours of me placing the order?"

This looks like an attempt to run 'just-in-time' inventories of supplies and they want to know how tight they can squeeze it. It may also be an attempt to find out where they can get items "on the fly" since it is expensive to store things "just in case" but that might not be necessary if they can get a quick turnaround on their orders.

For example, if a hurricane hits a major metro area, people will have their own food supplies to last a few days to a week. (a few longer, but not most people) FEMA could anticipate needing to distribute MRE's by the truckload but it takes time to acquire those stocks, and then the question of where to store them, and then the cost and rotation issues. There's also the problem that a fixed storage location, no matter where it is, could be taken out by some other natural disaster, if not the very one you are storing for.

It makes more sense to find out who can supply what in short order, and then simply place the orders when they are actually needed and you know exactly what you need, and where it has to go and how soon you need it.

But none of this means I think this shouldn't be looked into just in case. The timing with other events seems a bit suspicious.

Just pointing out its not a

Just pointing out its not a fishing expedition...one of the commenters posted Patriot supply is currently actively filling the order...assuming that is to be believed then its on a par with DHS ammo purchases

Borrow and waste money, it's all a government does.

It doesn't prepare for the future, it pretends to solve yesterday's problems but never does.

The US has lied to the whole world for decades and the brat got caught.

Free includes debt-free!

As Usual Government Doesn't Work - Not Very Efficient

If i were to give our government a name it would be GODZILLA..