<p><BLOCKQUOTE></BLOCKQUOTE> Aaron Dykes Infowars.com March 17, 2012
<p> “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” Barack Obama, 2008
Homeland Security has announced the creation of a new FEMA corps to tap volunteers for disaster/emergency responses. The program is a partnership between FEMA and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), itself managed under the Homeland Security umbrella.
While this new unit may seem innocuous and even advisable in the context of helping after natural disasters (despite the abuses seen after Hurricane Katrina), the FEMA Corps takes on much more ominous overtones when one considers their likely roles under Homeland Security’s plans and provisions for responding to other disasters– states of emergency over man-made disasters (false flags for instance), economic instability, pandemics, social unrest or the like.
Yet, the Washington Times praises the Bastrop fires response as an example of what federally-directed volunteer corps can do:
The germ of the idea formed last year after FEMA’s deputy director Richard Serino observed AmeriCorps volunteers performing disaster relief work following a tornado in Joplin, Mo., and a fire in Bastrop, Tex.
Candidate Barack Obama promised a civilian security force powerful enough to address national security objectives, but what objectives does that mean? Is it just cleaning up after tornadoes, as in Joplin, MO or something more? What agenda would these minion-volunteers, like the newly created FEMA corps, serve?
HOMELAND SECURITY & FEMA HAVE SHIFTED MISSIONS
Homeland Security, and its subsidiary divisions like FEMA, have been busy preparing for the collapse of civilization. And their plans, cloaked in secrecy and positively-weighted administrative buzzwords, aims to contain, not empower the American people.
In short, Homeland Security has lost sight of any reasonable mission to protect America under its original mandate.
What then, will disaster response volunteers under FEMA corps serve? No doubt, it will tap thousands of dedicating, well-meaning activist volunteers. But history shows their effort will be futile because the federal top-down approach is focused on funding and greater power. Enforcing the dangerous designs of FEMA and Homeland Security could make for brownshirts in the service of tyranny long before it could make heroic rescuers out of this new corps.
The truth is FEMA corps– mandated with supporting the public and engaging them with information– is more likely to parrot the fed’s message ushering displaced victims into the FEMA centers and tracking systems than they are to enable a sensible local response.