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In a quest to forever prove or refute the whole idea of the existence of FEMA camps, I found that the original expose was actually put into the limelight by a liberal organization in the 1990's. According to them, the purpose of FEMA camps was an effort by the George H.W. Bush Administration to incarcerate Liberals. What we have seen in the past 4-5 years is the morphing of a rumor.
Most recently, a rumor has been circulating about the boxcars above. Supposedly they are located near Glasgow, Montana on a railroad siding in the vicinity of Glacier National Park. According to this website, this rumor first began circulating in the 1990's, and once again has people panicking nationwide. It is high time we either put a stop to these rumors or confirm the existence of them. Sources such as Alex Jones' Prison Planet are adept at circulating scare tactics, but do little to verify them. I will believe it when credible sources show me the truth. Alex Jones and others including the "before it's news" website are neither credible or legitimate. They thrive on spreading disinformation.
While there is much information on this website, dates are non-existent and supposed locations by geographical coordinates lead to virtually nowhere. Using the coordinates given to a supposed FEMA camp in southwestern South Dakota took me to an island in the Phillipines using Google maps.
Supposedly, the photo below is of a prisoner being moved at GITMO, which has nothing to do with the subject matter, but was added to the website for shock value.
If I had not delved into the website's history, it would have appeared to be put up by conservatives, instead of liberals. Unfortunately, it offers many questions and few answers, with nothing verifiable.