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WHY IS FEMA STOCK PILING COFFINS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY?

judy ann 2012/10/25 14:32:56
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theorists are eager to analyze the massive hoards of coffins, apparently
owned by FEMA, that are stacking up in storage yards all over the
country. In Georgia, one of the most well-documented of these coffin
stashes appears to house at least a half-million, while another in
Illinois allegedly stretches over a ten-mile wide radius. Reactions to
video footage of the FEMA coffins include total disbelief, alarmist
panic, and even foretelling of an upcoming apocalypse.

There is
little doubt, to an objective observer, that the FEMA coffin hoards are
real, and not the result of video or photographic manipulation. Far too
many observers have videotaped and photographed these black coffins for
the concept to be a total fabrication, and online satellite imaging
services like Google Earth
show images that are consistent with the claims made by videographers.
This leaves two key questions that demand answers: "Are they really
coffins?" and "What does it mean?"

Some skeptics have alleged
that the "FEMA coffins" are not actually coffins at all, but air-tight,
water-tight containers for storing food, clean water, blankets, and
other emergency supplies. However, others have noted the striking
similarity between the FEMA coffins and those sold at Polyguard Vaults.
If they are, in fact, the same products manufactured by this Canadian
retailer, they would actually be vaults, not coffins, since a complete
casket includes both a vault and a separate coffin.

Still, to
those who are concerned or alarmed by these burial vessels, the
specifics are irrelevant to the fears of the general population: it
appears, to many, that FEMA is preparing to bury millions of Americans.
Some have made accusations that FEMA is preparing to use the vaults to
bury people who will be killed in an upcoming (or current) holocaust,
while others insist that the American government will soon unleash
biological warfare on its own people. Some cite alleged "concentration
camps" and "prison trains"as their reason for believing that the coffins
are part of a murderous conspiracy.

A much more likely scenario
is that FEMA is simply placing hoards of these vaults around major
cities like Atlanta and Chicago, as just-in-case emergency coffins to
use in the event of a serious national emergency. If a terrorist attack,
pandemic, or natural disaster were to strike a very large city, funeral
homes could be too busy or too understaffed to handle the wreckage, and
it would be up to FEMA to eliminate the upsetting and biohazardous
bodies from the streets. Fearing another embarrassment like Hurricane
Katrina, it is more likely that FEMA is preparing for the worst-- not
because they expect or will participate in a pandemic or genocide, but
because they intend to be prepared in case civilian burial systems
become unavailable.

Conspiracy theorists, such as the supporters
of notorious government critic Alex Jones, remain unswayed by this line
of logic. The concept of the FEMA "concentration camp" has become so
widespread that even members of the mainstream media, such as
conservative talk show host Glenn Beck, have recently begun
acknowledging the potential for their existence. While there do appear
to be a number of empty, recently renovated prisons throughout the
country, there is no tangible evidence to suggest that they are owned by
FEMA or that they are intended to be used for execution.

In
desperate times, such as our nation's current economic crisis, many
people become prone to panic and fear, regardless of whether or not the
source of their fear is legitimate. The uncertainty placed by
socioeconomic factors may cause those who ordinarily reject conspiracy
theory to begin to believe it, and it is most likely that the fears
regarding the FEMA coffins are primarily the result of this unfounded,
but easily anticipated, sense of societal anxiety.

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  • scott 2013/06/16 03:18:30
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    scott
    Why spend so much money on coffins when they could just as easily dispose of the bodies in mass graves with the proper chemical treatments to eliminate the spread of disease,
  • 2013/04/28 17:56:02 (edited)
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    While you're all busy arguing over whether they are coffins or not....FEMA just ordered 200,000 death certificates.....yeah, it's real folks. Our government is planning something sinister.

    http://beforeitsnews.com/alte...
  • david.mckee.376 2013/01/05 00:03:49
    Undecided
    david.mckee.376
    Okay nothing in this listless diatribe explains the, you know, 1.6 billion hollow points.
  • lorri.a... david.m... 2013/01/06 08:48:55
    lorri.anderson2
    +6
    It is true. You can look up us.army.mil document number fm_3_39_40 re_education and internment operations you can get the pdf, it tells you what they are, they are by fema and DHS and who the new terrorists are. Veterans, political disputants, people who believe in constitution, believe in freedom of speech etc... or you can google search that as well and it comes up. Also look up operation garden plot, operation gladiola, operation Ajax, operation Northwoods, and agenda 21 plans on killing almost 80 percent of worlds population. This is why Ndaa bill, fuss, DHS is over fema, etc... Alex Jones is no conspiracy theorist, he has documents and tells you where to find them. They want the NWO, which is why they want our guns, UN fun treaty comes up in march and that puts us under globalist control. If you read their actual bills you will find they make Hitler look nice. Infowars.com is Alex Jones website it is a great place to start for information. People in nj are already in fema camps.
  • Old Poet 2012/10/26 18:38:04
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    Old Poet
    Since when does the Federal Govenment ever prerpare for anything that is helpful and well intended? Hmmm
  • Greg Saunders 2012/10/26 14:41:23
    Undecided
    Greg Saunders
    I think if they were going for mass genocide they probably wouldn't be giving the game away by ordering coffins for the job. I'm guessing, in case of an emergency.
  • S. Gompers 2012/10/26 05:25:49
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    S. Gompers
    +1
    THey have been doing that for years, I am goin to go with...

    To bury the dead.
  • GOP Poison 2012/10/25 23:45:08
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    GOP Poison
    Are they for all the indoctrination camps that Glenn Beck told us was being built? Have any of you republicans called Beck on his predictions?
  • Theresa 2012/10/25 22:12:30
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    Theresa
    they know lots of people will be dead soon so they are preparing for that. It is called AUSTERITY!
  • Striker 2012/10/25 21:47:58
    Beats me, Obamas Marshall Law?????
    Striker
    +1
    I hate being a grammar nazi, but the word is Martial.
  • Lanikai 2012/10/25 17:29:17
    Beats me, Obamas Marshall Law?????
    Lanikai
    +3
    Mass burial vaults, for when the UN takes over and the dissenters are rounded up and put in FEMA camps. FEMA camps FEMA camps
  • A Found... Lanikai 2012/10/26 01:32:57 (edited)
    A Founding Father
    Idiots!!! Those boxes are three times the size of a cofin. They would hold at least six to ten bodies, maybe more. They appear to be about 36" x 84" x 32", made from PVC or other practically indestructible plastics, probably intended to package or store something like corn or wood chips.
  • Lanikai A Found... 2012/10/26 14:39:15
    Lanikai
    believe what ever you like. I don't care.
  • A Founding Father 2012/10/25 17:16:07
    Undecided
    A Founding Father
    I think you are full of crap and post this nonsense only to try to influence the most ignorant RWNJs who would believe it. Were there even a remote chance of any truth to a stockpile
    of coffins, it might be due to the remote possibility that Mitten Romney could be elected and commence a war in which our children would be brought home by the thousands in rubber bags.

    You claim a lot of photographs of these "vaults", but make no link or reference to them.
  • judy ann A Found... 2012/10/25 18:40:05
    judy ann
    +4
    Do your homework!! I didn't make these Fema and your Obama did
  • Walt judy ann 2012/10/25 21:08:45
    Walt
    +1
    Liberals would have us believe those are millions of above ground planters - part of a nationwide beautification project.
  • A Found... judy ann 2012/10/26 01:39:09
    A Founding Father
    FEMA came into existance while Obama was still in college. 'FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY", charged with responsibility for reacting to domestic emergencies. Recall that it was criticized for being slow to react to the hurricane that
    struck New Orleans, and every other emergency for a decade prior to that.

    The large plastic boxes are three to four times the size of a coffin and obviously designed to hold something for transport, perhaps like rotting sofas, drywall, carpets,
    clothes and other wastes from flooded homes and businesses?
  • Lanikai A Found... 2012/10/26 14:39:54
    Lanikai
    +1
    Or large numbers of bodies.
  • lindasd... A Found... 2013/10/23 13:51:35 (edited)
    lindasdaddy8211
    +2
    Actually those "storage vaults" are indeed coffins, I have done my research and contacted polyguard the maker of these "storage bins" they are the Hercules series by polyguard and they are only about 2.5 times deeper than a coffin, not big enough to fit a rotting sofa from a damaged home. Polyguard has said in the past 2 years sales have increased by trillions to the United States. I'm not saying they are for genocide or warfare or any of the conspiracy theories I'm just simply stating that they are exactly that burial vaults, no where near large enough to put a sofa in. But I don't think they for some crazy theories or for an apocalypse. Fema sucks at their job anyway why would tey leave it to them to pull off mass genocide...
  • A Found... lindasd... 2013/10/23 21:38:34 (edited)
    A Founding Father
    You post nonsense. These are not "coffins". Notice they have hinged lids, making them not at all watertight, which is the beginning design of a grave liner. Go to Googel and look up "Wilbur Vaults" or "grave liners", see the difference in design and dimensions. This whole conversation is just another chat with nutcases and paranoids who have nothing better to do than make up stories about aliens, zombies, Area 51, flying saucers, and now, FEMA. The human mind is a fertile wasteland of meaningless creations.

    BTW, if there were "trillions" of these things they would cover the entire state of Georgia in a layer three feet deep.
  • lindasd... A Found... 2013/11/20 14:39:58
    lindasdaddy8211
    Wrong. You are all nonsense, fema has already came out and said they were coffins and then they changed it and said they were AIR TIGHT AND WATER TIGHT FOOD STORAGE CONTAINERS so there is another flaw in your "research" also fema mentioned the company that they bought them from, oh yeah and guess what that company manufactures? That's right you guessed grave liners and burial vaults...so do your own damn research and stop pestering me.
  • wtxwoman 2012/10/25 16:50:13
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    wtxwoman
    +2
    Why don't you research a claim before making a fool of yourself? Jeez!

    FACT: The black polypropylene products purported to be coffins are grave liners, or burial vaults, manufactured by Convington, Ga.-based Vantage Products. (In this case, they are examples of the company's Standard Air Seal model.) The use of a burial vault, which prevents the collapse of cemetery ground and protects the casket, is a common requirement when a body is interred.

    The filmed lot in Madison, Ga., is a Vantage storage facility. Of the 900,000 or so in-ground burials in the U.S. each year, a small percentage of those people prearranged their own caskets and vaults--which Vanguard holds at the storage facility until the appropriate time. According to company Vice President of Operations Michael Lacey, there are approximately 50,000 vaults in storage in Madison. "It's nowhere near the quantity they talk about on the Internet," he told the local Morgan County Citizen newspaper. Furthermore, Lacey has said the company maintains detailed records of product ownership and is audited annually, to insure all vaults are accounted for.

    Read more: FEMA Camps - Debunking FEMA Camp Myths - Popular Mechanics
  • A Found... wtxwoman 2012/10/26 01:42:46
    A Founding Father
    +2
    Thank you for the sensible information. But, don't count on the RWNJs believing it. They are happy only when living in their world of alternate realities, which makes conspiracy theories and stories about Zombies so valuable to them.
  • wtxwoman A Found... 2012/10/26 02:03:05
    wtxwoman
    +1
    Your are welcome. I do what I can, a little light in a dark dark world. I'm still finding it hard to believe that people really believe this crap!
  • john.newell.771 2012/10/25 16:34:39
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    john.newell.771
    +2
    Someone in the Obama administration, obviously, has stock or interest in a casket company.
  • A Found... john.ne... 2012/10/27 21:33:34 (edited)
    A Founding Father
    These stockpiles are owned by Bain Capital and two Chinese investors. The merchandise will be for sale on Amazon as soon as the bankruptcy court permits, extinguising the loans from Bank of America Retirement Trust Management Division. Did you have any retirement funds with them? So solly. Get your coffin before the U.S. invades Iran, for they have several nuclear warheads in apartments not far from your house.
  • monte 2012/10/25 15:46:15
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    monte
    obama care death panels ...joking ofcourse
  • wtxwoman monte 2012/10/25 16:52:53
    wtxwoman
    +1
    I am embarrassed that there are so many seemingly normal people in this country who are quaking in their boots over crap like this. It took me all of 30 seconds to find the truth which I posted.
  • Theresa wtxwoman 2012/10/25 22:15:54
    Theresa
    burial liners are designed to prevent a corpse from contaminating the environment. So what is so deadly that they need 5 million of the things?
  • wtxwoman Theresa 2012/10/25 23:39:26
    wtxwoman
    +1
    FACT: The black polypropylene products purported to be coffins are grave liners, or burial vaults, manufactured by Convington, Ga.-based Vantage Products. (In this case, they are examples of the company's Standard Air Seal model.) The use of a burial vault, which prevents the collapse of cemetery ground and protects the casket, is a common requirement when a body is interred.

    The filmed lot in Madison, Ga., is a Vantage storage facility. Of the 900,000 or so in-ground burials in the U.S. each year, a small percentage of those people prearranged their own caskets and vaults--which Vanguard holds at the storage facility until the appropriate time. According to company Vice President of Operations Michael Lacey, there are approximately 50,000 vaults in storage in Madison. "It's nowhere near the quantity they talk about on the Internet," he told the local Morgan County Citizen newspaper. Furthermore, Lacey has said the company maintains detailed records of product ownership and is audited annually, to insure all vaults are accounted for.

    Read more: FEMA Camps - Debunking FEMA Camp Myths - Popular Mechanics
  • Theresa wtxwoman 2012/10/26 00:50:48 (edited)
    Theresa
    You did not answer my question! I asked why would burial liners be used? 50,000 in Madison only but it does not talk about any other place!
  • wtxwoman Theresa 2012/10/26 02:05:51
    wtxwoman
    They started doing this after Katrina uprooted all those corpuses in LA. It makes a lot of sense to do that to every burial all over. Do you know how many people die and are buried in this country every DAY? Plus, they have to store them somewhere, don't they? Don't be controlled by the fear mongers, think for yourself.
  • Theresa wtxwoman 2012/10/26 03:36:11
    Theresa
    5 Million? That is over kill! So you are not thinking this to its logical conclusion!
  • wtxwoman Theresa 2012/10/26 08:07:58
    wtxwoman
    I think 5 mil is an exaggeration by about 4.5 mil. Like I said, don't believe everything you hear or read on these conspiracy sites.
  • Theresa wtxwoman 2012/10/26 12:55:37
    Theresa
    You do not read well. 5 mil is a conservative estimate from just extrapolating from the size of the city of Madison.
  • A Found... Theresa 2012/10/26 20:57:31
    A Founding Father
    Do tell us of the math you employed to "extrapolate" from the single site that was referenced. Go ahead, astound us.
  • Theresa A Found... 2012/10/26 21:28:19
    Theresa
    no need it is obvious you can not do math therefore any thing I say you will not understand so it is a waste of my time!
  • A Found... Theresa 2012/10/26 23:28:37
    A Founding Father
    Yea, Theresa, don't waste your time confessing to a lack of any
    basis for the silly allegation of 5 million of these "coffins".
  • wtxwoman A Found... 2012/10/26 23:32:58
    wtxwoman
    She would be pitiful if she wasn't so funny! I wonder what those things cost. I'd like to have one for storage.
  • A Found... wtxwoman 2012/10/27 00:11:45
    A Founding Father
    +1
    Go to Google and ask about the price. Walmart sells coffins and probably the plastic "vaults". I would guess about $900 delivered and placed in the grave to await the coffin. You could
    probably get one for about half price and use it for storing ......the third husband???

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