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REX84, FEMA Death Camps, and Fusion Centers: FEMA Death Camps

Updated on November 30, 2014
One alleged photo of the "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility, actually a forced labor camp in North Korea.
One alleged photo of the "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility, actually a forced labor camp in North Korea. | Source
Another photo of the alleged "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility.
Another photo of the alleged "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility. | Source
Yet another photo of the "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility.
Yet another photo of the "Swift Luck Greens" internment facility. | Source
And another photo of "Swift Luck Greens" camp, the 4 photos show that this alleged facility if huge, not something easily concealed anywhere especially in a place with as nosy as the great state of Wyoming.
And another photo of "Swift Luck Greens" camp, the 4 photos show that this alleged facility if huge, not something easily concealed anywhere especially in a place with as nosy as the great state of Wyoming. | Source

RX84, Fema Death Camps, Fusion Centers

Recently I was offered a suggestion to look into “REX84, FEMA death camps, and Fusion centers”. I have to admit I was clueless as to what this person was talking about so I heeded their advice and went about looking into these three things. What I found was truly frightening, not because I believe that these things exist but because there are people out there that do.

Being from Wyoming, I was instantly drawn to the story of a “FEMA death camp” in “central Wyoming”, and the blockbuster, smoking gun, ground breaking “photos” that magically turned up on some the Department of Homeland Security’s website.

At first glance these photos appear legitimate, what with the DHS seal on them and all, and appear to depict some sort of large installation under construction. The camps similar to the “Swift Luck Greens” facility are said to be “fully staffed and ready to go” according to the website The Daily Paul, the website of Presidential hopeful Ron Paul.

The article on The Daily Paul goes on to mention, in a very extensive list, the several places in the country that these people believe these camps are being built. It also mentions other sites within the great state of Wyoming, including renovating and reopening the Heart Mountain Internment Camp, used for the internment of Japanese- Americans during WWII; also this article states that there is a, internment facility in East Yellowstone and that when “investigating patriots” went there to investigate they encountered European soldiers speaking an unknown language.

These are all very serious allegations, and the fact that a Presidential hopeful buys into these theories has the potential to be downright dangerous. During my investigation of these theories I came across an article on popularmechanics.com that offered proof that shines a light on the manipulation of information that these conspiracy theorists use to “prove” the existence of these things.

The article was published in August of 2009 during the height of these allegations, and successfully refutes the claims made on the conspiracy theory sights. The first issue that the article proves to be false is the most basic; the photos are indeed of an internment camp, a forced labor camp in North Korea. The article goes on to list where these pictures were lifted from, a report titled The Hidden Gulag: Exposing North Korea’s Prison Camps, published by the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.

Remember those official-looking headers I mentioned that accompanied the photos, the DHS seal and what not? The investigators at Popular Mechanics were able to determine that these headers were placed on the photos to cover the actual maps and geographical coordinates of the location on the map; also mentioning that the name “Swift Luck Greens” is an anagram for “left wing suckers”. That last tidbit exclude because it is purely speculation, there appears to be ample evidence to refute the claims of the photos being a FEMA death camp in the middle of the great state of Wyoming.

As for the other two allegations, of the reopening of the Heart Mountain Internment Camp and an encounter with foreign speaking soldiers in Yellowstone, I’ve been to Heart Mountain fairly recently and I can assure you there is very little activity there at all. The story about the unidentified soldiers in Yellowstone, well I’ll just say that 3.4 million people visited Yellowstone in 2011 and I’d venture a guess that almost half of them were European. The allegations mentioned that they were “European soldiers speaking an unknown language”, how would the “investigating patriots” know that these men were European if they couldn’t determine the language that they were speaking?

A second internment facility is discussed in the Popular Mechanics article; the Camp Grayling National Guard training center in Michigan. As it turns out, the facility at Grayling is a training center for military police, thus explains any possible “imprisonment style” activities.

Look, I thorough enjoy a good conspiracy theory as much as the next guy; I sat through Oliver Stone’s turd JFK in its entirety. These stories have, however gotten a wee bit out of hand. The original suggestion came from a person that had recent read one of my hubs about the SS Einstazgruppen, which were mobile killing squads used by the Nazis to murder Jews during WWII and the Holocaust. Though I certainly appreciate the reader for reading that particular hub, he then went on to say that these types of units are currently being employed here in the United States at this very moment in history. I would like to respectfully disagree and if one disagrees with my disagreement then I would like for anyone to provide concrete proof that there are armed units representing the US government tracking down and murdering Jews in this country, or any one group, or members of several groups. I just don’t buy it.

I will continue looking into this subject matter and publish hubs on the RX84 and Fusion centers, what ever those might be, in the coming days after I have fully looked into the stories surrounding them.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/military/news/4312850

http://www.dailypaul.com/64971/fema-camps-fully-staffed-ready-to-go

http://www.libertyforlife.com/jail-police/us-concentration_camp-locations.htm

http://209.157.64.201/focus/f-bloggers/1607403/posts

I have included a video, make your own conclusions.

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      Jed Fisher 5 years ago from Oklahoma

      Watching the foil-hatted watchers is a good thing, but it's also good to keep an eye on the gub'ment as well. The extreme conspiracies keep concerned people busy with nonsense so they don't notice real problems. For example, nearly 2% of America's working-age male population is in prison. (For what?) Or how we laughed off Mexico's claims that all those crime lord guns came from America, and then two years later we find out our cops were shipping tons of guns to Mexican crime lords. That's food for intelligent thought, worth investigating. But the people who could be taking a hard look at hard facts are all spun up about FEMA camps instead.

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      rlbert00 5 years ago from USA

      Right. Dennis Miller once said that "we should listen and pay attention to these people so that we know exactly where they are so that we can keep an eye on them in the event that stuff goes south. It will be interesting to see how this fast and furious scandal plays out...somebody will have to pay for the murder of the border patrol agent who was killed with one of those guns.

      Something else that has come up is that one particular cartel is in bed with the mexican government...I wonder how much truth there is to that?

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      David Hunt 5 years ago from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

      This is one of those coincidences. Yesterday, without having yet seen your article, I spent some time looking into the FEMA "internment camps". I found the KBR document describing the RFP (Request For Proposal). It described the requirements for setting up FEMA camps for 300 - 2000 (if I remember right) and showed a map of the US divided up into regions. I also found the Army's "job" description for soldiers to run internment camps. This was scary stuff, but 1) FEMA would have a just reason for wanting to set up emergency camps, right? and 2) The Army job, I think was posted in 2009, and there are other places where, unfortunately, such needs arise.

      I decided to dig deeper, but every site with "more" information was purely opinion and not backed up by facts and/or a a nutcase site ("Jews setting up internment camps in US"). Now, all you have to do is read some of my hubs to know I'm not a big fan of the system-- AND I'm NOT saying our leaders wouldn't do such a thing. What I am saying is, we need to look for the truth, whether it fits our preconceived ideas or not.

      At the very least, though, this whole internment camp thing is high on my radar-- especially with the new powers that allow the military to sweep up people accused of terrorist ties.

      Oh, I almost forgot-- great hub, voted up and interestiing.

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      rlbert00 5 years ago from USA

      I certainly think that someone needs to keep a close eye on the Feds, but what I have often found when looking into these things, as well as the Denver Airport theories, is often times they are rooted in truth but then the facts are often manipulated to turn them into something they're not. Like you mentioned, when person finds information on this stuff, initially it sounds ominous but usually falls apart under more scrutiny, usually but not always. I have thoroughly enjoyed your comment on this hub, thank you, and thank you for taking the time from your day to read it.

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      Theresa Ast 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Excellent research and Hub. Thank you for taking the time to get to the bottom of this conspiracy theory. Good work. SHARING

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      rlbert00 5 years ago from USA

      I appreciate the compliment, thank you. I enjoy exploring conspiracy theories, my favorites are actually the stories surrounding the Denver International Airport...very creative some of these people can be. Again, thank you.

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      mljdgulley354 5 years ago

      Excellent information. I believe there are a lot of things going on in the government and keeping the people focused on things they may fear helps get laws passed that otherwise may not have the support of the people.

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      rlbert00 5 years ago from USA

      I think that is a very likely explanation. I read a book awhile back whose premise was that whenever there were a series of domestic issues ruffling the feathers of Americans the government would seek a military conflict abroad to focus everybody's attention on. With the collective attention of the country focused on "the enemy" the domestic issues would fade away. I'm not so sure I buy into that but I wouldn't doubt if the government chose a story such as the one I discussed in this hub to distract the public from other, more pressing issues. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on this hub.

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      Graham Lee 5 years ago from Lancashire. England.

      Hi ribert00. I have never heard of these 'camps' but I am in the UK. Thank you for such an informative hub.

      Graham.

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      rlbert00 5 years ago from USA

      I think the idea of "camps" is an embellishment by those that want this story to be true. It looks like the government has plans for alternative housing in the wake of a disaster that should be administered by FEMA, after the debacle in the wake of Hurricane Katrina they had better have plan. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on this article.

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      salty 4 years ago

      what bothers me is not the rumors, but that we live in a time when the government itself behaves in ways that allow these rumors to grow legs in the first place.

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      rlbert00 4 years ago from USA

      salty...fortunately our personal freedom to say and think in any manner in which we want is protected by the Constitution. When it comes to this type of conspiracy theories I think it's fortunate that these people are free to voice their skewed interpretation of things, because then we know where these people are. By advocating such far fetched ideas they are doing the one thing that they loath so desperately...drawing the attention of "big brother". I think its important to allow these people to voice their opinions, how much credibility that the general public lends to this drivel is the important thing. I appreciate you to stopping by to read and comment.

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      Jack Spurlin 4 years ago

      I live in Casper Wy. Which is located in central wy., and I have never seen anything resembleing these camps that are portraid in these pictures. Although I will continue searching

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