WHY IS FEMA STOCK PILING COFFINS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY?
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.
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.
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
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.
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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