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Huge FEMA Camps being setup in Linden, NJ. Not even a disaster area!!
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[quote:KnightsTemplar.TV:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1ODQ0XzI5NEUyNTZF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26476073:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1Mzg3XzEwQTdENDM5] [quote:KnightsTemplar.TV:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1MTc1XzdBQjU3REI0] They are Federal Emergency Management Camps. There is a planned destruction of our old economy happening and also many natural disasters that will displace many American from their homes. They are more like emergency hotels and spiritual reeducation camps. No need to be alarmed. Just take a number and enjoy 3 hots and a cot. [/quote] Oh, and don't forget, you'll be required to have placed on you an RFID in order to mark you as their asset! [link to www.sfgate.com] Radiant RFID will provide the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) with an RFID-based managed evacuation solution that tracks evacuees, pets, emergency transport vehicles and commodities deployed at state shelters in preparation for and in the event of a hurricane, natural disaster or other incident to assist in reunification of families. Austin, Texas (PRWEB) October 18, 2012 "Radiant RFID ("Radiant") announced today that the State of New Jersey has awarded the company a five-year contract to assist evacuation and emergency tracking during catastrophic events. Radiant will provide the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) with a managed evacuation solution that tracks evacuees, pets, emergency transport vehicles and commodities deployed at state shelters in preparation for and in the event of a hurricane, natural disaster or [b]other man-made incident [/b]to assist in reunification of families. In addition, Radiant will manage hardware components, deployment processes and training as well as all maintenance and management functions in support of the State of New Jersey. Utilizing the latest in passive RFID technology, Radiant's Emergency Management Solution is the only RFID-based solution designed to assist emergency management teams with large-scale evacuations by making the continuous movement of people, pets and assets easy to track without repeatedly stopping people to take their names or scan bar codes. The seamless tracking helps eliminate lines, reduce redundancy and keep families together in times of emergency. Along with the 8.8 million residents of New Jersey, [b]Radiant RFID's solution covers the State of Texas, State of South Carolina, and City of Boston -- approximately 18 percent of the United States population.[/b] About Radiant RFID Radiant RFID provides complete RFID technology solutions. Headquartered in [b]Austin, Texas[/b], Radiant's customers include corporations, educational institutions and government agencies. Radiant's solutions are designed specifically for RFID asset tracking, event enhancement, and human accountability. For more information call (512) 351-4915 or visit Radiant's website at [link to www.radiantrfid.com] [/quote] Sorry, let me rephrase that, "Just take a number, [b]RFID Chip [/b]and enjoy your 3 hots and a cot." [/quote]
Check out the photos of this thing in the article.
Linden is NOT a disaster area, there is no reason for this to be there....
Amurikkka....what a grand old country.
That plant was torn down in 2008 to make way for a building renaissance that so far hasn't happened. But in the past few days what has arisen aren't structures of steel and concrete, but an encampment comprised of wooden poles and white tent bunting.
An enormous tent city, complete with guards, fencing, and gates, is now housed at the old GM plant site. There are water trucks, vehicles for taking showers, and what looks like a ton of raw materials for more building.
link to woodbridge.patch.com
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