Upcoming FEMA Drills Involve Community Groups And Faith Based Organizations…”The FEMA directors told the Pastors who attended that it was their job to help implement FEMA and Homeland Security directives in anticipation of any of these eventualities.”
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
In the aftermath of the Boston Bombings, talk of “coincidentally” scheduled terror drills surrounding the attack has circulated throughout the Internet, prompting many to question the official version of the events. This is for good reason because the existence of military, emergency response, and other related drills on or around the time of a major event is one hallmark indicator of a false flag attack.
Not all drills and exercises foreshadow such a perception-shattering event, however. This is evidenced by the existence of undertakings like Be Ready Sunday, a preparedness drill sponsored by FEMA and implemented by the Disaster Resistant Communities Group in South Carolina and scheduled for April 28, 2013.
While the existence of such drills are not concerning in their own right, and one could scarcely argue that fire drills and emergency planning exercises are themselves a bad idea, what is concerning is the fact that DHS and FEMA are once again openly working with “faith-based organizations,” Neighborhood Watch Programs, Neighborhood Associations and other local and supposedly private groups, a role that is far from the legitimate purpose of either of these organizations.
As the FEMA website describes the Be Ready Sunday exercise,
The mission behind Be Ready Sunday is to engage faith based organizations from across the United States to take the time to develop and test a Fire Evacuation Plan for their house of worship. The Be Ready Sunday initiative has three easy to follow steps that will ensure your house of worship is prepared in the event a fire should occur during worship service.
In addition, another exercise scheduled to take place on April 27th, Formidable Footprint, organized and directed by FEMA in accordance with principles and guidelines set forward by the Department of Homeland Security.