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FEMA Starts PR Campaign With New Channel on YouTube
Posted By admin On January 12, 2009 @ 1:24 pm In Washington Politics | Comments Disabled
Eyes On the Lies
January 12, 2009
The astronomically corrupt federal agency that has brought us the terrible aftermath of hurricane Katrina has a new card in their sleeve: Propaganda!
|FEMA has a long road of public relations ahead of them.|
This federal agency–which two years ago admitted that in time of disaster the agency would openly recruit clergy men to encourage people to submit to the governments agenda–has fired up their on brand spankin’ new YouTube Channel.
FEMA says that the goal with this new channel is , ” to provide a forum for the public to see how FEMA operates in communities across America, comment on disaster response and recovery, and learn how to prepare homes and communities for all hazards.” Translation: to put up a fight against the hundreds of video’s on YouTube that effectively expose FEMA of being a corrupt agency that completely oversteps the bounds of the Constitution. Without any FEMA video’s on YouTube that paint a pretty picture in the minds of the viewer, FEMA has earned a well deserved bad rap.
FEMA has a long road of public relations ahead of them. The top 5 hits when you YouTube “FEMA” all relate to the thousands of plastic coffins that are found along FEMA internment installations and a few videos of FEMA concentration camps. This is a big difference to the videos on FEMA’s channel that portray friendly people who work in the field and appear to be friendly everyday people who are kind and helping after a disaster. However, in a time of a national disaster like 9/11 where FEMA will be used to round up the people of political dissent, these friendly everyday people will be overshadowed by Homeland Security troops who are ordered to round up herds of people who are not drinking the government kool-aid.
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