The NaturalNews.com website is deceptive. It talks about food and nutrition and health and well-being. But it’s also powered by authors like Mike Adams (its founder) and Ethan Huff who have a lot to say about what’s happening outside that realm. Huff raises an important question: is there something going on that we don’t know about, but should?
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.
What mass casualties?
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.
Democrat House member Laura Richardson, from California (who sports a dismal 33 Freedom Index rating) has come up with this great idea: plan for mass casualties to provide “guidance and coordination” in the event there are mass casualties from a natural disaster, terrorist act, or – ready? – “other man-made disaster.”
The bill, if passed, creates a dictatorship:
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 fatality event.
By itself such a bill is unnerving to say the least. What sort of disaster does Richardson have in mind? And, just oh by the way, who is Laura Richardson, anyway? I didn’t have to go far to find out what a fine, upstanding example of Congressthing she is. Here’s Wiki on her misdoings:
On August 1, 2012, the House Ethics Committee issued its report about accusations of improper use of staff. It found that Richardson had broken federal law, violated House rules and obstructed the Committee’s own investigation. She was found guilty on seven counts of violating House rules by improperly pressuring her staff to campaign for her, destroying evidence and tampering with witness testimony. Richardson was ordered to pay a fine of $10,000 within four months and promised to require staffers who work on her campaign to sign a waiver stating that they haven’t been pressured to do so. The committee also called on the full House to reprimand Richardson. The following day, the full House duly voted to accept the Committee report and reprimand Richardson.
Excuse the detour. Sometimes you can find out what a person is thinking by looking into their background a little bit. She voted for the NDAA, which is no surprise. She also serves on two interesting committees: the Committee on Homeland Security, and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. This means that she has “inside” information about potential threats, “man-made” (you get my drift) and otherwise. And so she presents this bill, just in case:
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 ammunition, meat, emergency supplies, and riot gear.
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 a major natural disaster, an economic collapse, a false flag terror attack, or perhaps even World War III. 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.
And Richardson appears to be in a position to know, wouldn’t she?