from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Federal Emergency Management Agency
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- Federal Emergency Management Agency
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- n. an independent agency of the United States government that provides a single point of accountability for all federal emergency preparedness and mitigation and response activities
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Fema camps will be on a voluntary basis only, it will take alot of work, effort, luck, goodwill, help to survive off the grid, for those who make the sift it will work but most people won't be able to change as quickly as needed and will voluntarily surrender to FEMA
Some people say that the whole agency is completely demoralized that it missed the 9/11, it missed weapons of mass destruction, that Porter Goss had completely decimated the -- what I call a FEMA-nization of the CIA.
GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: He runs what they call FEMA, which is the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Though more than 4,000 Louisiana homeowners have received rebuilding money only in the last six months, or are struggling with inadequate grants or no money at all, FEMA is intent on taking away their trailers by the end of May.
But as part of a federal system, FEMA is designed to defer to state and local officials.
The proof will come when real Americans have their guns taken away from them by the federal government and they find themselves imprisoned in FEMA “re-education” camps.
Is it possible that the trolls have all been rounded up and put in FEMA camps for reeducation?
BBB your writing about people being put in FEMA camps for re-education, I dont find that normal.
The proof will come when real Americans have their guns taken away from them by the federal government and they find themselves imprisoned in FEMA “re-education” camps - BBB
Is it possible that the trolls have all been rounded up and put in FEMA camps for education?
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