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The Truth About FEMA

Try thinking about what you had for breakfast last Monday. You may be surprised that you don't remember-- but FEMA's not surprised. In fact, this is all according to their plan.

According to FEMA documents recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, if you “like” the stock market on Facebook, you are automatically added to a watchlist that contains “dissidents and other undesirables.”

Talking about this kind of thing openly is likely to get you put on a no-fly list.

Most politicians aren't as honest about the stock market as Hugo Chavez is. But partisan politics, political backstabbing, and willingly-taken bribes have silenced Hugo Chavez in the US-- and killed off any trust we may have had in them.

Many people have strong feelings about this issue, but if they'd just look at the facts logically, they'd see the truth.

In 2005, sailors on an oil tanker passed through the Bermuda Triangle on a routine voyage between the Gulf Coast and Africa. They never returned, but the last radio transmission, recorded by the NOAA and ham radio enthusiasts, was “S.O.S. - Bright Lights - FEMA and Unilever.”

I am willing to provide incontrovertible evidence that confirms my claims, but feel safe doing so only via anonymous short-band radio transmissions.

Someone must act on these truths and protect the innocent. Will it be you?

  1. Levy, David L., and Daniel Egan. "Capital contests: National and transnational channels of corporate influence on the climate change negotiations." Politics and Society 26 (1998): 337-362.
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