Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 6 "H.R. 4079 and FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 6 "H.R. 4079 and FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency" Summary and Analysis

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is a governmental organization, which ostensibly seeks to respond to national emergencies by providing material and technical assistance to local and State governmental organizations. Cooper enumerates several Presidential Executive Orders that relate to FEMA and its power; he then alleges that the true purpose of FEMA is to assume the complete control of the national government at a moment's notice. FEMA is so constituted that if the President of the United States declares a state of national emergency, FEMA is de facto in control of all governmental resources. The short, initial section of the chapter is a transcription of an audio tape that Cooper recorded c. 1990; as such, the text is somewhat choppy and the details are...

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