A blurry screen shot of an email purportedly being from FEMA ends up on Intelhub.. rumors of disaster spreads from it
You can take it for what it is.. but tonight a story is making the rounds online. According to a report appearing on the website INTELHUB.COM, the owner of MyPatriotSupply.com was contacted by someone from FEMA asking some interesting questions about how much food his company can provide, and how fast they can do it..
The screen shot here:
As for Patriot Supply?
On August 1, Matt Redhawk wrote his own account of what happened before and after this email.. Redhawk writes,
But here we are, August 2013 and FEMA once again is trying to buy up large stockpiles of food. And they don't want anyone to know it, and they want to take immediately delivery.Friends...I've studied history. That is what got me into preparedness in the first place. History has shown us time after time that those who depend on the government to come to their aid during a disaster are the ones waiting the longest for help. Sometimes help never comes...or comes too late.
The assumption being made by Intelhub and the food supply company is that something is ready to blow, war is likely to break out, and all hell is likely to assume its normal position on the planet..
In hindsight: In 2011, FEMA ordered $1 billion in dehydrated foods due to an increase in terror threats.. so this contact may not be as 'urgent' as unheard of as is being said.
With all this talk of impending doom, perhaps cooler heads should prevail. Think of the logic.. would FEMA really urgently contact a food supply company that actively advertises on talk radio shows such as Alex Jones and the John Moore? Perhaps this FEMA inquiry is just a normal part of daily business?
And it's hurricane season--could this be a normal typical preparation for a big storm like what happened with Superstorm Sandy?? yes.. and probably so..
Debate on this topic is ensuing here on DCJUNKIES.. and some interesting conversation is taking place within the body of the posts..
As usual, the only thing to fear is fear itself--and fear online is easy to spread..
The HORROR REPORT says: Think logically about this before alarming people that the end is nigh..