Do You Think You Are One of the 14 Million?

The article below outlines why there is a shortage of #10 cans of dehydrated foods: the government is stockpiling a supply of food for 14 million people. Since I attended the “Save the American Dream” union rally in Raleigh, I wondered how many union workers currently are in the country according to the government’s bureau of labor statistics:

                                  UNION MEMBERS — 2010

In 2010, the union membership rate–the percent of wage and salary workers who were members of a union–was 11.9 percent, down from 12.3 percent a year earlier, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. The number of wage and salary workers belonging to unions declined by 612,000 to 14.7 million.

I doubt that the government has any intention of saving union workers in the case of a natural disaster over regular citizens. So what does the government know that we don’t know? Or should I ask what does the government know that we don’t want to know?

David DeGerolamo

Terror threats rising as FEMA orders $1 Billion in dehydrated food

Terror threats appear to be on the rise as FEMA has rushed a $1 Billion order of dehydrated food in the event of attacks on domestic targets in the US.

This is also coming on the heels of one of the largest terror drills performed by the US Navy on American soil, as Operation Solid Curtain is taking place this week.In an article Tuesday from the Beaufort Observer, many of the largest suppliers of dehydrated foods in the country are dropping their distributors and customers to dedicate their resources to supplying a billion dollar FEMA request and purchase.

One of the nation’s largest suppliers of dehydrated food has cut loose 99% of their dealers and distributors. And it’s not because of the poor economy. It’s because this particular industry leader can no longer supply their regular distribution channels. Why not? Because they’re using every bit of manufacturing capacity they have to fulfill massive new government contracts. Look, the government has always been a customer of the industry to some extent. But according to our sources, this latest development doesn’t represent simply a change of vendor on the government’s part. It’s a whole new magnitude of business.

And that’s not all.

Apparently, even though they’ve cut off their regular consumer markets, the industry leader I’ve just mentioned still can’t produce enough survival food to meet the government’s vast requirements. How do we know? Earlier this month, FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) put out a Request for Proposal, or RFP, for even more dehydrated food. The RFP called for a 10-day supply of meals – for 14 million people. That’s 420 million meals. Typically, FEMA maintains a stockpile of about 6 million meals. Why the sudden need to increase the stockpile by 420 million more? (And that’s in addition to whatever our aforementioned industry leader is supplying.) It almost seems like they’re trying to stock a modern day “Noah’s Ark,” doesn’t it?

Single functions or events such as FEMA requesting a purchase of survival food might not stand out as peculiar when it is their responsibility to ensure they are mission ready for unforseen events in the US, but couple this with other pieces of the puzzle, such as the Navy drill of Solid Curtain, which is intended for:

…nationwide “drill” involving all military, and it’s a drill based on a severe terrorist attack.

and the public had best be aware of something major potentially occurring on our soil in the near future.  Global events across the world such as the revolutions and protests, the rising spike in oil, the falling dollar, food shortages, and unrest in Wisconsin and Ohio, are bringing us to the point where crisis may take place, whether from domestic or foreign sources.

Terror alerts have been raised by FEMA in the past month, and this new special order of dehydrated food, at the magnitude of $1 Billion dollars in taxpayer money, should be a call for everyone to prepare on your own for any potential crisis.

Plugin by: PHP Freelancer
This entry was posted in Editorial and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
10 years ago

I wonder how many people have 10 days food put away. Of course most human beings can survive 10 days without food if they have water. But this country’s population can’t seem to last two days without panic. Look at snowstorms here in the mountains.
I doubt the government looked at the union population. I think that is just coincidental that the numbers match. I don’t think the people I observed yesterday would be the people they’d want to save although they are truly sheeple just following the Big Lie, educated, blind followers.
It certainly is interesting times.

10 years ago
Reply to  Larry

I have more than a month’s food supply, I have always saved canned good and dried food and anything I can depend on in an emergency. I don’t like going hungry, I’ve been there and it’s not fun. It’s not easy if you have a few kids, it’s hard enough to feed them let alone save 3 or 4 weeks of food but if you put just a can of veggies away every time you go shopping it adds up. A can of soup,a couple of small canned hams that do not need refrigeration, it all adds up.

Joe Spook
Joe Spook
10 years ago

Give me a break, you guys are just fear mongering. What do you expect FEMA to do? Every time our government takes measures to anticipate an attack, or do anything to protect its people you all criticize and attempt to create fear in the readers. Enough already!

Joe Spook

10 years ago

That is surprising because according to Fema’s rules and regulations we are not allowed to stockpile more than two weeks worth of food, same with homeland security who puts you on a terrorist list if you stockpile food. Nice that they can do it. I have to say though, if they need the food it could be for any reason, maybe they are anticiapating trouble and are taking care of themselves foodwise, they must have food stored anyway, they are an emergency group , they can also go anywhere in the world in time of need. who knows why they need it or for whom..