FEMA Memo to Area Directors

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Hello Folks,

I have a friend that works for the V.A. He said that a friend of his works for FEMA. The FEMA guy said that he saw a memo from the Director of FEMA addressed to Area Directors in the FEMA chain of command stating they need to get out of large cities that they are located in and move to more remote areas. They need to accomplish this by June 1, 1999.

I have no documentation to back this up. At this point, it is merely "hear-say" information. But, I am curious if anyone has friends in the FEMA network that has heard about this memo or has seen it?

Your thoughts would be appreciated.


-- Larry Olney (taxman@kincyb.com), December 19, 1998


I was listening to SW radio two nights ago 5.070 MHz. The broadcast was militia in nature. A caller stated that a contact in the justice dept. had informed him that the second amendment was to be suspended in June of 1999. Also the government expects that Y2K will result in the death of 30% of the population.

This can only be taken as rumor. Dispite what one may think about the militias they do have a strong intelligence network with sources which reach deep into the government.

-- Ed (ed@no.mail), December 19, 1998.

Thanks for the info. Ed. I know this is only rumor. But, we need to get information, even if it's just a RUMOR because the government doesn't seem to want to cooperate.

AND, I am not connected to ANY organization. I've been staying tuned to this bulletin board and reading a lot of messages. I encourage any other info that people can contribute.

Thanks again,


-- Larry Olney (taxman@kincyb.com), December 19, 1998.

Only 30%? Clinton and his crew will be pissed at that.

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), December 20, 1998.


What kind of an evil, stupid and paranoid statement was that??

They ought to lock you up before you seriously harm somebody.

-- Craig (craig@ccinet.ab.ca), December 21, 1998.

Which 30%, do you suppose? That's a nice, round number.... and what are they going to do with this 30%? Recharge our crop-bearing soils?

30%. One in three. Man.

So.... tell one in three people not to bother preparing?

The govt. must be expecting some catastrophic violence/attacks in order to come up with that figure.

-- Lisa (nomail@work.com), December 21, 1998.

Uh.... folks? There are 270 million Americans. So with 30% we are talking about 81 million people! How many of these work for FEMA, which is also not compliant?

-- Rob Michaels (sonofdust@net.com), December 21, 1998.

Gee Ed thanks for qualifying that as a rumor. Wouldn't want to ruin your reputationa as an investigative journalist. That one makes the Courtney Love killed Kurt Cobain rumor look like it was caught on video tape.

-- the ultimate warrior (kooks@spy.com), December 22, 1998.

Craig, Andy outed himself as a total nut job on one of the Clinton threads. I think he's an immigrant to boot so he's not even one of our nut jobs.

-- Ozzie Nelson (rocket@excite.com), December 22, 1998.

Well, well, well...

I brought up a question regarding FEMA and we've gone to nut jobs, maybe even, foreign nut jobs. Is this line of reasoning...continuous or am I not thinking clearly?

Still looking for verification...doubt it will come in this century.


-- Larry Olney (taxman@kincyb.com), December 22, 1998.

Decaf Larry, and I've found that if you sit in your kitchen for 2 hours every day with aluminum foil on your head you can keep the alien signals from penetrating your brain.

I had to come back you need me. Here's the new rule. If it ain't funny or provocative or controversial, it ain't me. I never have and will never use obscene or objectional material. I work clean.

-- Jimmy Bagga Doughnuts (jim1bets@worldnet.att.net), December 22, 1998.


So, Jimmy, you listen to Art Bell, too? Do you think the Feds are sucking up all the water containers? Do you know anyone in FEMA that has started to make plans for moving...moving to Nowhere, USA?

You're amazing...I do drink decaf.


-- Larry Olney (taxman@kincyb.com), December 22, 1998.

Larry, since you have the balls to answer one of my posts I take back the smart ass stuff I said.

I don't know anyone at FEMA but think about it. Why would FEMA want to move a bunch of bureaucrats to some cornfields. Seems FEMA will be needed in the cities if the fan catches up with the sh__. To justify this rumor you would really need some convuleted logic. As you can see by the paranoid responses your post got the Oliver Stone stuff is better left to the professionals.

-- Jimmy Bagga Doughnuts (jim1bets@worldnet.att.net), December 22, 1998.

Hey Jimmy, ya know you're right again! That's two in a row. I drink decaf and I'm a neophyte in the world of threads and the Y2K.

Don't you think it's possible that the fat guy Feds are covering their a--es? Isn't it the way a true democracy works? The big wigs have the advantages and all others get what they can. It's like the tax laws...the rich get richer and the poorer get poorer.

Thank God there is an internet and some of us neophytes can get enough information to stay alive.

Oh, and BTW, have a happy holiday.

Larry ;-)

-- Larry Olney (taxman@kincyb.com), December 25, 1998.

"Don't you think it's possible that the fat guy Feds are covering their a--es? Isn't it the way a true democracy works? The big wigs have the advantages and all others get what they can. It's like the tax laws...the rich get richer and the poorer get poorer."

Larry, we seem to have this thread to ourselves for a private conversation on Ed's dime. How cool is that? Here's what I think about what you think

I think incompetent bureaocracy is a part of nature, kind of like the seasons. Learn to work the system, don't get jealous of other peoples stuff and you may as well enjoy the journey and let the destination take care of itself. Thanks for the holiday good wishes. I spent 12/25 with a bunch of people who love me unconditionally which is cooler than Bill Gates' Superhouse.

-- Jimmy Bagga Doughnuts (jim1bets@worldnet.att.net), December 26, 1998.

Larry, just to respond to your original question.

I did a lot of searching trying to find a "memo" that answered those issues with as many keywords as I could think of at http:// www.info.gov. So far, no luck. But I will say the search effort has turned up some fascinating things going on, one about FEMA that I posted earlier.

Behind-the-scenes, they are a very busy little Y2K prep group.


-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), December 26, 1998.

Larry, Hope you find out the info you are looking for. If it were true there is some good reasoning behind it. If the cities are in dark and looting etc is in vogue they don't want to be worrying about their place being destroyed...right? Better off to be safe and sorry and come in and control then fight to get /defend your own territory.

-- Moore Dinty moore (not@thistime.com), December 26, 1998.

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