The Ten FEMA Regions
In the name of always acting in the public’s best interests, the government has taken away privacy rights, free speech, and habeas corpus. Does it surprise you to find out that when disaster strikes in an area, the federal government is prepared to take over local food supplies, in part by confiscating farms?
After Hurricane Katrina, FEMA conducted an inventory of local farms and what they produced. “They started calling up farms and wanted to know where farms were, and they preparing to take food if they need to, from farms, you know, for a crisis like that,” says “Farmer Brad” of HomeSweetFarm.com in Texas.
“There’s only enough food in the grocery stores to last for, literally, a couple of days,” said Brad, noting that store shelves during Katrina were stripped bare “within hours.”
“In another major disaster, people will flee the big cities,” says Brad, “and most of them will be unprepared.”
Do you have enough food in your pantry to feed your family if the grocery stores ran out of food? How about a rifle, handgun and a thousand rounds of ammo? How about solar panels, a water filter, medical kits, bug-out bags, fire starters, tents, sleeping bags, some gold, silver and reserve gasoline?
Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
The US government is spending billions of dollars to prepare for unlikely events like war, catastrophic collapse of society, and even asteroids – maybe you should consider a little end-of-the-world insurance as well.
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