The so-called “FEMA” (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is also “home” to the National Continuity Programs Directorate (formerly the Office of National Security Coordination). The NCPD/ONSC oversees the Mount Weather underground and above-ground facility.
The Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center is said to be located in or near Bluemont, Virginia. But looking on the map, Bluemont is suspiciously close to “West Virginia.” And with so much of the Mount Weather facility underground, it is unknown if any part is in fact positioned in “West Virginia”, itself an illegal State. (Background: “West Virginia Is Illegal”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of April 8, 2013)
The citizens of the U.S. never debated or voted upon the creation of FEMA. FEMA is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security, initially created by Presidential Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1978 and implemented by two Executive Orders on April 1, 1979. (“FEMA”, Wikipedia, April 8, 2013)
FEMA has a “10 Regions” set-up (image at top), even though the U.S. Constitution provides that no State can be formed by the junction of two or more States. (Article IV, Section 3)
But FEMA is only Reconstruction 2.0. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy under President Abraham Lincoln, and later under President Andrew Johnson, described in his diary the stealth involved in the creation of Reconstruction 1.0.
The “Radical” faction of the Republican Party had been responsible for the murder of Abraham Lincoln. He wouldn’t go along with their plan for harsh treatment of the defeated South, so Thaddeus Stevens, leader of the “Radical” faction of the Republican Party, “warmed into life the brutal instincts of [Edwin] Stanton, [Joseph] Holt and [Lafayette] Baker, to have Lincoln assassinated.” (Background: “Steven Spielberg and the Ministry of Truth”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of April 6, 2013)
But then President Andrew Johnson also wouldn’t go along with the “Radicals” plan to tyrannize the South either. It would have been too suspicious to murder Andrew Johnson so soon after the “Radicals” had murdered Abraham Lincoln, so instead a “soft coup d’etat” was implemented: the attempted impeachment of President Andrew Johnson.
Concurrent with the fomenting of impeachment by the “Radicals” was their push to implement “Reconstruction” against the South. “The Radical leaders,” wrote Gideon Welles in his private diary (not published until 1911), “look upon them [Southern representatives] and all the Southern people not as fellow countrymen, but treat them as if they had no rights and as if they did not intend to be treated as equals, or as citizens who have, or are entitled to, a voice in the Government.”
This was the conception of Reconstruction 1.0.
In his diary entry of February 9, 1867 Welles confided, “A proposition submitted by [Thaddeus] Stevens from the Reconstruction Committee, proposing to establish military governments over the Southern States, meets with opposition from many Republicans who are not yet Radicals.” There was a “rude scheme” to “take charge of each of the ten States which are under the Radical ban of exclusion.”
“Ten states” to be “reorganized” (Reconstruction 1.0); “Ten regions” secretly carved out (Reconstruction 2.0)
On February 11, 1867 Gideon Welles recorded how Thomas Eliot of Massachusetts “made a report for upsetting the State Government of Louisiana and converting the State into a province or Territory.”
But where was the Constitutional authority for this?, wondered Gideon Welles. “Where Congress gets the power to do these things no one attempts to point out.” (Feb. 22, 1867 diary entry)
In the Cabinet of President Andrew Johnson, no one except Edwin Stanton advised Johnson to approve Reconstruction 1.0. (Ibid.)
An earlier “beta version” of Reconstruction had been used against the Sioux Indians in Minnesota beginning late in 1862.