Is the US Government Planning for 'Mass Fatalities'?
by Simon Black: One
Very Strange Use for Silver Coins
You just cant
make this stuff up.
Late last week,
a bill HR 6566 was introduced on the floor of the US House of Representatives.
I couldnt believe my eyes when I read it.
The bill is
entitled the Mass Fatality Planning and Religious Considerations
Act, and its stated purpose is [to] amend the Homeland
Security Act of 2002 to require the Administrator of the Federal
Emergency Management Agency to provide guidance and coordination
for mass fatality planning
Security. FEMA. Sounds like a fun party.
The bill was
introduced a week ago, but it took the US Government Printing Office
until this morning to actually make the text
available to the public.
It turns out
that my weeklong wait was for nothing. The bill itself is just a
handful of paragraphs that merely reiterates the title
the cracker jack team over at FEMA should be prepared to respond
to mass fatalities in the United States, and to account for religious
This is just
one of those things that makes the stomach turn: the people who
brought us the National Defense Authorization Act (authorizing the
detention of US citizens on US soil) now deem it prudent to prepare
for mass fatalities on US soil
Moreover, theyre outsourcing it to one of the most failed
government agencies in history.
FEMA, as you
may recall, is the same organization that couldnt get bottles
of water delivered to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
and held up hundreds of seasoned volunteer emergency service workers
from entering the city for several days of mandatory sexual harassment
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