by Ethan A. Huff
October 19, 2012
While millions of Americans were busy watching the elephant puppet battle
the ass puppet at the latest political circus, the United States Congress
quietly introduced a new piece of legislation ordering the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
to begin preparing for mass casualties throughout the country.
House Resolution 6566, also known as the
Mass Fatality Planning and Religious Considerations Act, would amend the
Homeland Security Act of 2002 to mandate that FEMA immediately begin
conducting "mass fatality planning" in preparation for a major event or
series of events that may kill off untold numbers of people.
Introduced by Rep. Laura Richardson (D-Ca.), H.R. 6566 provisions
that the Administrator of FEMA - William Craig Fugate
currently holds the Administrator position
at FEMA - provide "guidance and coordination" for dealing with a mass
casualty event arising from a,
The bill also ominously sets up the FEMA
Administrator as a type of emergency dictator with the power to control how
local communities, private businesses, nonprofit organizations, religious
organizations, and even individuals prepare for and respond to a mass
"Funeral homes, cemeteries, and mortuaries
could be overwhelmed should mass fatalities arise from a natural
disaster, act of terrorism, or other man-made disaster," says the
legislation, which also specifies the manner in which people with
certain religious affiliations should be buried following their deaths.
Is the federal
government preparing for a massive false flag event?
Contrary to what is being reported by some sources, H.R. 6566 has not yet
been passed by either the House of Representatives nor the Senate, which
means it has not yet become law.
According to govtrack.us, the bill was referred
to a congressional committee on September 28 for consideration, and
has yet to be reported on by that
Even so, the bill's introduction is troubling to say the least, especially
in light of the federal government's recent
purchases of large stocks of hollow-point
meat, emergency supplies, and
It seems as though occupiers at all levels of the federal government know
something that the rest of us do not know, which would explain their mad
rush throughout the past couple of years to pass various "continuity of
government" legislation and executive orders, including the more recent
National Defense and Authorization Act (NDAA)
that provisioned for indefinite detention of American citizens.
When put into perspective, all these bills and executive orders point to
something massive occurring in the very near future, whether that be,
Whatever the case may be, the federal government
most certainly appears to be preparing for its own post-disaster survival
at the expense of ours.