Simply lately a BRAND-NEW FEMA “Detention” Camp was opened up … to eliminate Americans
for standing up to Tyranny.


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  1. God sees everything and he sees everyone doing g wrong.These FEMA assholes will burn in hell for what they are doing. Don't be scared, just refuse and chip they try to put in your skin.Its wrong and they will regret being followers

  2. HARVEY WAS A MILITARY STRIKE A CULLING OF WARRIORS IN AND AROUND HOUSTON… IRMA IS NEXT… WE ARE BEING ATTACKED AND ARE AT WAR AND DON'T KNOW IT YET Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Technique
    Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques

    Signed in Geneva May 18, 1977
    Entered into force October 5, 1978
    Treaty Text
    Signatory List
    Use of environmental modification techniques for hostile purposes does not play a major role in military planning at the present time. Such techniques might be developed in the future, however, and would pose a threat of serious damage unless action was taken to prohibit their use. In July 1972 the U.S. Government renounced the use of climate modification techniques for hostile purposes, even if their development were proved to be feasible in the future.

    Both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives held hearings, beginning in 1972, and the Senate adopted a resolution in 1973 calling for an international agreement "prohibiting the use of any environmental or geophysical modification activity as a weapon of war…." In response to this resolution, the President ordered the Department of Defense to undertake an in-depth review of the military aspects of weather and other environmental modification techniques. The results of this study and a subsequent interagency study led to the U.S. Governments decision to seek agreement with the Soviet Union to explore the possibilities of an international agreement.

    During the summit meeting in Moscow in July 1974, President Nixon and General Secretary Brezhnev formally agreed to hold bilateral discussions on how to bring about "the most effective measures possible to overcome the dangers of the use of environmental modification techniques for military purposes." Three sets of discussions were held in 1974 and 1975, resulting in agreement on a common approach and common language.

    In August 1975, the chief representatives of the U.S. and the Soviet delegations to the Conference of the Committee on Disarmament (CCD) tabled, in parallel, identical draft texts of a "Convention on the Prohibition of Military or any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques."

    The Convention defines environmental modification techniques as changing — through the deliberate manipulation of natural processes — the dynamics, composition or structure of the earth, including its biota, lithosphere, hydro-sphere, and atmosphere, or of outer space. Changes in weather or climate patterns, in ocean currents, or in the state of the ozone layer or ionosphere, or an upset in the ecological balance of a region are some of the effects which might result from the use of environmental modification techniques.

    Intensive negotiations held in the CCD during the spring and summer of 1976 resulted in a modified text and, in addition, to understandings regarding four of the Treaty articles. These were transmitted to the U.N. General Assembly for consideration during the fall session.

    Article I sets forth the basic commitment: "Each State Party to this Convention undertakes not to engage in military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects as the means of destruction, damage or injury to any other State Party." An understanding defines the terms "widespread, long-lasting or severe." "Widespread" is defined as "encompassing an area on the scale of several hundred square kilometers"; "long-lasting" is defined as "lasting for a period of months, or approximately a season"; and "severe" is defined as "involving serious or significant disruption or harm to human life, natural and economic resources or other assets."

  3. Its not a FEMA death camp it's just the old Hendry County Prison believe me I know from driving from West Palm Beach to pick up family members released there. its off State Route 82 in between Fort Myers in Immokalee. there may be FEMA camps out there but this isn't one. it was called friendly Hendry by the inmates

  4.  Here's the link to Altair Training Solutions.  The business that bought the old prison farm.  It's a training facility for law enforcement, military, private security, etc.  They do private lessons for self defense you name it.  If you want to go in there, all you need to do is set up an appointment. I guess it's not set up as a death camp yet.

    oh look, they're on facebook too!  They suck at being secret.

  5. I think they'll be running scared soon. With the amount of wars the USA have waged since 1945 they've got more pissed off vets than any other nation. Be careful though, Barry Soetero wants to disarm all of you. Good luck. P.S. good to see you William J Wagener. Keep your head down man. From a concerned Brit vet.