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Huge FEMA Camps being setup in Linden, NJ. Not even a disaster area!!
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[quote:KnightsTemplar.TV:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1OTYyX0YzRDk4OEVF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 3839240:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1NTU1XzRGOEFCN0VB] [quote:KnightsTemplar.TV:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1MjA4XzQ5MDMyOTk3] [quote:^TrInItY^:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1MTYwXzEzQzRCODdB] they will soon declare it an uninhabitable disaster zone and FORCE anyone still living there OUT and into the fema camp if they have no where else to go but they WILL force those people out and the places without power now will remain ghost towns... count on it [/quote] Like Japan? This is like Agenda 21 Monopoly 2012 on steroids with HARP as a new card in the game..... [/quote] Like Japan? Japan is more free then America and their government gives their citizens a munch higher standard of living. [/quote] How is Japan more free when it cost a citislave much more to live and raise a family there than here in the states? It is about 40-50% cheaper for a citislave of commerce to live as an American citizen than a Japanese Citizen. Now please explain to me how they are more free and have a munch higher standard of living. Welcome to your future [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbOh52FU95w[/youtube] [b]Indexes Difference US compared with Japan Info[/b] Consumer Prices in United States are 38.73% lower than in Japan Consumer Prices Including Rent in United States are 35.77% lower than in Japan Rent Prices in United States are 27.51% lower than in Japan Restaurant Prices in United States are 15.44% lower than in Japan Groceries Prices in United States are 38.95% lower than in Japan Local Purchasing Power in United States is 48.51% higher than in Japan [/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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