Originally Posted by frazod
One of my friends located one of the FEMA camps somewhere in Southwest Missouri, based on a map he found on a website. Just looked like ordinary buildings inside a security fence, basically out in the middle of nowhere. There were a few people there who saw him, but nobody approached him or said anything.
I should also note that my friend is pretty far to the libertarian fringe when it comes to this stuff - fringy enough to actual go out looking for these camps, for example. However, he also gets ****ed with by TSA every time he travels (middle-aged white guy with no criminal record) and the Missouri Department of Revenue chases him for taxes every year even though he hasn't actually worked in Missouri for over 20 years. He's even had his local Congressman try to get them to leave him alone, but they come back every year like clockwork, asking for the same documentation he's provided them every single year.
He's definitely on somebody's shit list.
Why would he think it was a FEMA camp? Instead of just ordinary buildings inside a security fence, basically out in the middle of nowhere? Was there a FEMA camp sign out front?
And if it's as easy as just finding the locations on an online map, why hasn't this been reported by anyone other than a paranoid people with histories of conspiracy theories?
None of that stands up to the BS test...