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Huge FEMA Camps being setup in Linden, NJ. Not even a disaster area!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27140202:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI2ODQxXzRCOTE3RTBG] [quote:eddy:MV8yMDQ4NzA3XzM0NDI1MTgwXzhENDc5NUY0] I think it is possible to have camps, without them being death camps?? [/quote] i agree though people will die there but not be killed the people put there will those who cannot survive on their own who depend on others to take care of them iow, they'll never leave or they won't be able to unless they have work lined up maybe? or they won't be allowed to take their children with them unless they can prove they will be able to provide for them they can do all kinds of things without outright killing them medical experiments are possible since these are the kinds of people (dependent people) who will let pharma test out vaccines on their kids for $ they already do that i also foresee forced sterilization at these camps in the future [/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.
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