Escape and Survival from a FEMA Camp.
Many have heard of them, some have not and wonder if they even exist.
Some information first.
Well, upon my own research and looking at the many videos on youtube of both FEMA Camps and coffins by the millions, I for one believe they are there and exist for a reason.
Why are they there? Well, with high rising barbed wire fences and cattle gates they are not large enough to hold cattle, but have cameras and guard posts similar in design to concentration camps. They have furnaces large enough to put stacked plastic coffins into and large gas tanks and gas lines going into them. Some are already outfitted with armed guards just waiting for the moment to accept people. They are in public areas and very remote areas. From the Arizona dessert to the wilderness in Virginia, from abandoned railroad stations to reconfigured vacant large post office buildings. Some are near airstrips, others on military bases, and others are near railroads. FEMA and Homeland Security have been funding these for years. Over 200 million a year goes into the camps alone. Another few hundred million went into a 10 year contract (7 years ago) to build millions of plastic coffins. None of these FEMA camps are inside buildings, they are all outside. So what is up?
The main question I ask is why all these FEMA camps to hold millions of people since there are not that many terrorists in America or even the Middle East? Are they expecting massive food shortages and riots and large gangs of criminals to arise from the dust? Are they expecting some biological disaster that people will have to be quarantined (outside in the cold winter or deadly heat during summer) that they need to hold millions of people just in case? Are they expecting something that the public is unaware of that requires millions to be held up and burned perhaps in these camps?
There are over 800 FEMA camps in the United States alone. Canada residents have reported on websites with pictures they are there too.
So let us start with something to look at. Some videos and pictures of FEMA camps.
Footage from 4 years ago.
Footage (aug 2010)
Millions of coffins being made and stacked up.
More on the millions of coffins made.
Website listing some of the camps and has videos and other information.
FEMA camps from Katrina photos and blogs. The trial.
Good information about FEMA camps.
Another website about FEMA camps and Martial Law.
More on the subject with executive orders listed and other information.
Map of FEMA Camps.
So now, how does anyone escape and survive one of these? (For instance if and only IF by some chance someone ends up in a FEMA camp).
Here is an Army Survival Manual. Just tips some can find handy in them if they are new to Survival.
US Army Survival Manual: Survival, Evasion and Recovery manual.
Now, upon all the other things in this great site, there is little I can find on escape.
So, remember sharp rocks. Round rocks can be broken with other rocks to make sharp rocks. Instant weapon when you have nothing else. (Use your imagination what you can do with it.) A sharp rock can also cut those plastic straps used for cheap handcuffs. It has many uses. If you know self defense and cut yourself free, you may be able to overpower (knock out) a guard and take his weapon to do as you wish. However, the main thing is not to get captured to begin with.
Practice getting out of plastic handcuffs. It is not easy, but it can be done. Plastic stretches just enough to work around.
Know self defense. Know how to live off the land without anything on you. Practice breaking rocks, even with your hands tied feel around and get used to looking with your hands for sharp rocks in the dark. Practice throwing rocks in case you have to distract a guard to escape if that is all you have. (Even a little rock hurts when hit in the face.) If you still have shoe strings they can be used to choke out a guard. Even ripping off a sleeve of a jump suit (prison uniform) and using that as a choking weapon.
Railroad car engines, well you can use your wide and big imagination to disable them before they haul away your friends and family.
Anything to do with FEMA camps, if you live near one you can also use your imagination what to do with it to help others who end up there. No need to go further on that.
Then using what you know and find in books or on the information highway you can get a pretty good idea of how to survive without anything on you in the wild once you escape. A few books I like are books about how indians survived, how they made clothing from sage bark and how to make tools from what nature provides. Look around and there are many free Ebooks that come in handy or buy one at your local book store. Printed things are great since if the internet gets shut down, you still have it on hand.
To say what exactly these camps are for is questionable, however, it never hurts to expect the worst and prepare for it.
To spend that much money and build so many FEMA camps that can hold millions, they are not there to just look at.
The question you have to ask yourself is: Do you want to die without fighting for your life? Or will you go peacefully to the fire.
If you ever watched any real video of world war II inside those concentration camps you may have asked yourself why thousands didn't fight back against a few dozen soldiers. Instead they walked right into the gas showers without a fight. Would you?
This may not seem like much to help in escape, but every little bit helps and many have escaped Nazi camps and even very secure prisons. Using what is available to get the job done.
Perhaps these FEMA camps are for illegal immigrants. Perhaps for martial law if the economy breaks down and banks close their doors. Perhaps it is for a large natural disaster like Katrina. Perhaps it is for something like an EMP strike (trains are EMP proof?), and maybe there is some evil plan we just don't know about that is about to happen ....someday.