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FEMA Camps: City to Exile the Homeless; It’s not a Conspiracy Theory Anymore

Brandon Walker | Prison Planet.com
November 5, 2013

Under the radar from the prying eyes of the public, South Carolina made it legal to get rid of their homeless problem. The people were given a choice, FEMA Camps or jail. The irony of it all was this happened right at the 50th Anniversary of Civil Liberties in August. The bad part is different cities from Boston to New York are shipping off their homeless, and no one cares. Is this coming to a town near you?


As Federal Reserve continues to print money for Q.E. and keep the interest rate near zero percent, another housing babble is forming. Once it breaks up, there will be a lot of people turning into homeless. Would the government have a big jail for them?

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Garan's picture

Both Regular People and the Homeless are Not Getting Jobs

I think the comparison should be made by those with no compassion for the homeless.

I seem to remember reading on DP of regular people giving up on finding employment after several years of looking. Should they be shipped off to camps? Policies tend to expand beyond a perceived problem only to be applied to unintended targets of the law (bad wording, yet probably how many people think).

What if this happens to more and more people?

I've also read a book called "The Sex Lives of Cannibals" (fairly humorous) which ended with the perspective that there is no longer any place for people of U.S.America to go and simply exist. Some people may need that, without costing the rest of us to house or police them. ..a place to simply be left alone, without some premium price tag.

Some of the down trodden have been through hell. It would be even more devastating to then be locked in one.


Coincidentally they're converting a former prison into a "homeless center" in Gainesville, FL. Seems like a very similar story.



They're turning them into Cybermen, aren't they?


I'm all for it!

If you're unwilling to take care of yourself and you create tens of thousands in damages at the expense of business owners and taxpayers then you lose some of your rights to compensate for the rights you infringed upon of the forementioned. Here in Seattle the homeless have erected temporary tent camps leaving mountains of trash and human waste in their wake which the taxpayer has to pay to have cleaned. You want to camp under an overpass? Fine, them clean up behind you. I used to have the joy of cleaning human excrement, urine, needles, booze containers, spoiled food, soiled clothing and cigarette butts literally every day on the front doorstep of my business in downtown Seattle until I had no other choice than to relocate my business. Many other businesses have done the same after their property was repeatedly damaged and loitering was so severe that a furniture store had homeless sleeping in front of their display Windows 24/7. Of course they had no recourse because here the homeless can do what they want, completely unabated. Compassion? Sure, but as they say beggars can't be choosers. If the responsible in society have to care for them then the responsible get to determine the terms. Seems equitable to me! And you'd be surprised how many, especially the 18-25 crowd find being a lazy vagabond is an acceptable lifestyle.

Debbie's picture

The homeless should NOT be allowed to trash other's property, be

it private or public - that violates property rights. It is a problem that we seem to have an increasing number of homeless people however.


So many illusions

You think people end up homeless purely by their own faults? How could you be blind to the modern phenomenon of banks foreclosing on houses not because the residents could not pay, but because the banks chose to ignore the payments? That Wells Fargo and Bank of America are doing this with impunity is a documented fact.

If you're a christian, you need to re-examine your beliefs. God have mercy on you--you've made the meek into your enemy, worshiping instead at the altar of mammon.

Re: So many illusions


We are all targeted, just keep going down this road and we'll get there.

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm- What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks
Strike The Root: There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.

once Christian now atheist, that aside. ..

Thanks to hurricane katrina I've been homeless. .. my pregnant wife and I lived in a tent at a state park with 2 dogs for two months, at a rate of $15/day. There were toilet facilities and a coin op shower. We didn't look all sad with a cardboard sign at an intersection all day, we WORKED. We didn't litter everywhere. We didn't go to the state for hand outs. We saved in that time enough for first and last plus deposit on a modest one bedroom. We haven't been homeless since. We now own a very successful business. We learned a lot about ourselves. Because of that experience we do not fear the unknown. Were responsible and self reliant. Coddling the"homeless"sans the mentally ill does nothing to bring them out of their state and in this day and age of copius welfare programs there is now excuse for it other than choice or lack of will. The will comes out of necessity and type heart bleeding all over them Will not lead them to it.

How would you feel if the concentration camps collected you?

You were fortunate enough to be on the street when they weren't rounding up people. What if they were? You still seem to be under the illusion that everyone who is homeless has chosen it, or wants it. I'm sorry to see that your experience of going from homeless to a business-owner has robbed you of all compassion.

Adam - You're wrong. That's how tyranny works.

They always first target an unpopular sector of society to initiate new tyrannical programs to gain social acceptance. Then it's brought to the rest of us. Support a fence around our borders? Remember, it's for the illegals, right? No. It will be use to keep you in. Be careful what you wish for.

Hugs from Chile.

if people want to be dependent on others..

... then they better be willing to accept the terms the hand that feeds them offers them. Read my comment above. Today there's no excuse for for being homeless unless you're mentally ill or retarded or physically unable to work, which are those that deserve the charity that those that don't deserve it blanket themselves under. Homeless? Fine. It still does not give you the right to negatively affect my property or my ability to earn a living or use the money stolen from me via taxes to clean up after you because you can't be bothered to use a trash bin. A homeless person can drink in the street corner and piss on private property and get caught shoplifting with no penalty, whereas I would be arrested and or fined simply because "I can afford it. " how is that for equality? If people are sent to camps having done no harm to others then we can talk tyranny.



This will increase. It is the result of Americans not

knowing the purpose of free speech or what their first constitutional right is.

Can we stop doing all the things we are doing that we do not want to do while still doing what we need to do?

and the sad part is, i reckon

and the sad part is, i reckon some of them would be gratefull, and i wouldnt think less of them for the here and now survival instinct, but not for the long run implications of what such a thing MAY lead to, supposedly the us government went to war with a country purported to be doing the thing it looks like they are setting up, will the RESULTS of that end up being the same, will politics be involved as it was involved in germany,.......peace to peace loving germans

Maybe this has been the point

Maybe this has been the point of FEMA camps all along, to provide basic necessities for those who lose everything & become homeless after the gov destroys the economy.

And they're designed like prisons possibly to keep all those people from rioting, etc, once they realize the choice wasn't FEMA camp or prison but rather prison or prison.



they came for the indigent ....

Fema Camp Round up has Begun