FEMA detention camps don't exist


Government Document listing

“Rules” for Slave Labor in USA FEMA “DEATH” Camps

in actual Government Written/Published Manual



USA FEMA Camps “ARE” Slave Labor “DEATH” Camps:

As was the case with the NAZIS, slave labor will be a part of your internment.

And a FEMA camp “IS” both a slave labor camp and an extermination center per the Government’s FM 39.4 document: 

Actual Army Document:

Appendix J

J-20 FM 3-39.40 12 February 2010:


Commanders must organize and manage detainees in such a manner as to permit the proper and ready employment [slave labor] of each detainee. Establish and maintain a current occupational skill record for each detainee. Include new skills as they are acquired.

Assigning individual detainees to a work [slave labor] detail or job on a regular or permanent basis.

Establishing vocational training projects and encouraging detainees to study and develop needed skills to the maximum extent possible.



Detainee labor may be used to perform the following [work for free]:

Camp administration and installation maintenance.

Agricultural work.

Public works, public utilities, and building operations [work Detail assigned ] that have no military character or purpose. [=assign you to working in a PRIVATE CORPORATION’S factory like prisoners now being forced to make license plates for free].

Transportation and handling of stores that are not military in nature or purpose.

When they kill/murder a detainee/you for misconduct:

5-69. When a detainee in U.S. custody dies, the attending medical officer will immediately furnish the detention facility commander or hospital commander (or the commander of the unit that exercised custody over the detainee if the death did not occur in a facility) with the— -Detainee’s full name. -Detainee’s ISN/capture tag (mandatory). -Date, place, and circumstances of the detainee’s death. -Initial assessment as to whether

the detainee’s death was, or was not,

the result of the deceased’s own misconduct. -The initial assessment as to the cause of death.