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FEMA Camps for the Unemployed ?

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FEMA Camps for the Unemployed ?

Post by USA Citizen on Sun Jul 31, 2011 8:43 pm

FEMA Camps for the Unemployed

THE LOCATIONS OF FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN AMERICA
http://www.scribd.com/doc/55969972/The-Locations-of-FEMA-Concentration-Camps-in-America

Since the unemployed are unable to do anything to get jobs, get help with unemployment compensation, and are unwilling to organize, then the best course might be to admit defeat and turn ourselves over to the government for processing at the FEMA camps. These FEMA camps are the answer to the unemployment problem. Simply round up all the unemployed and put them in FEMA camps, which will provide food, shelter, health care, and a job on a chain gang. Isn't it time to "Declare a state of national emergency" and send the unemployed home in a box car? Sign the petition and be one of the first to visit your new home:
Declare a state of national emergency to deal with the economic crisis
http://www.change.org/petitions/declare-a-state-of-national-emergency-to-deal-with-the-economic-crisis

The unemployed won't have to worry about getting rejected because all unemployed American citizens will be welcomed into forced labor, and as an added benefit the unemployed can take their children to help with the work
if they haven't already been taken into custody by the government.

Putting formerly tax-paying American citizens into detention will allow the U.S. to continue to give tax breaks to the super rich and send billions of bucks overseas in foreign aid and wars of opportunity. Soon there will be a need for a new source of food for these citizens, and the solution might be to feed the homeless to the hungry after they have been converted to Soylent Green. This is a brave new world for the unemployed, and your government in conjunction with FEMA and Homeland Security will soon have the unemployment problem under control.

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