When listing organizations that might be involved in implementing population control efforts in the United States, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is near the top of that list. Seen as one powerful institution, its actions are viewed with suspicion by those who are concerned about the abridgement of freedom in America.
We're pretty familiar with FEMA. We see it in action, or rather, inaction, after natural disasters such as hurricanes. And in spite of some typical bureaucratic screw-ups, the agency does, at times, provide a benefit to those Americans stricken by these natural disasters.
Helping with hurricanes is not the problem. The problem relates to some darker missions that FEMA might have. More on page two.