Fema Camps no longer just a conspiracy theory

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All readers out there should first beware and familiar with the term 'Hidden In Plain Sight'. And how this applies to the United Nations is simple. Because I believe that the United Nation plays a part in all of this. The United Nations main purpose is probably to be the centerpiece of the coming World Government that will control nearly of aspect of the global population. For years their military strength has grown as they are now increasingly tasked with upholding law and order in conflicts around the world. Just do a simple research into the U.N and prove to yourself that this is or isn't the case. The U.N. is the governing body of The New World Order and Hidden In Plain Sight. And in all this, for Americans in this case. Fema Camps will play its part. Because US Fema Camps are no longer just a conspiracy theory! They are now confirmed and also it is confirmed what they are for. The leaked document outlines how military assets will be used to "help local and state authorities to restore and maintain law and order" in the event of mass riots, civil unrest or a declaration of martial law. The primary function of military assets will be focused around, "breaking up unauthorized gatherings and by patrolling the disturbance area to prevent the commission of lawless acts," states the document, adding, "during operations to restore order, military forces may present a show of force, establish roadblocks, break up crowds, employ crowd control agents, patrol, serve as security forces or reserves, and perform other operations as required. The manual also describes how prisoners will be processed through temporary internment camps under the guidance of U.S. Army FM 3-19.40 Internment/Resettlement Operations, which as we reported earlier this year, outlines how internees would be "re-educated" into developing an "appreciation of U.S. policies" while detained in prison camps inside the United States

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