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FEMA Signs “Exchange” Deal With Russian Government

by Alex Newman, The Daily Sheeple:

Following outrage and controversy last year over the Obama administration’s unprecedented decision to invite Russian troops for terror drills on U.S. soil, the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now under fire for signing more agreements to “cooperate” with Vladimir Putin’s Russian “Emergencies Ministry” (EMERCOM) in a wide array of fields. Among the controversial deals outlined in an official Russianpress release: exchanging of “experts” and “experience,” “provision of security at mass events,” and “cooperation in disaster response operations.” Critics of the scheme reacted with a mixture of fury and deep concerns.

After the news was picked up in the alternative media, it quickly went viral, stirring widespread fears that Russian forces could be deployed inside the United States under the bogus guise of “security.” Officials from both governments rushed to deny the speculation, trying to downplay the agreements as merely routine international collaboration. However, it remains unclear why the American people would need or want any sort of “assistance” from the Russian government, which, despite the supposed fall of communist tyranny, is still widely regarded as a lawless gangster regime.

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1 comment to FEMA Signs “Exchange” Deal With Russian Government

  • Glitter 1

    The USofA doesn’t need Russians,Canadians,Mexicans,Germans French,British,Chinese or any other foreign troops/army to secure/maintain our freaking security.The 80+ million patriot legal gun owners et al have enough firearms and ammo to successfully defend/maintain/secure our country.All we need is for the NWO reprobates to be on notice that we are wise to their deceptions,aren’t needed and aren’t going to fly.

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