As I envision our future together I look forward to the day when we’re both either shackled or lobotomized. I hope it’s just shackles, because I will desperately want to have the mental wherewithal to tell you “I told you so.”
Thanks to the eagle-eyed reporters at nesaranews.blogspot.com, we can confirm what only the most astute/paranoid suspected, that the new shopping mall in Silverdale will actually be used as a FEMA concentration camp. This news is not without its upside.
What Nesara News discovered was that many shopping malls are under construction with what appear to be decorative gun towers. Perhaps they’re not decorative at all. Our new mall, The Trails at Silverdale, doesn’t have any of those, but Nesara News astutely noticed that Central Kitsap Reporter reporter Chris Tucker used militaristic language to describe our newest retail complex. “The massive walls at the Trails at Silverdale construction site loom over the surrounding area as if it were a modern-day hilltop fortress.”
The site did not mention another fact from that story, that some of the walls are “25 feet taller than Kitsap Mall Boulevard.” As soon as someone explains to me what that means, I’m pretty sure I will be impressed.
Why we would need to be in concentration camps is unclear to ignorant dullards like me, but apparently Nesara News readers are in on a secret, that this next Christmas season is “a time that is not expected for things to be good here in the United States.”
This means this is not just happening here in Silverdale, and we are not alone “Interestingly enough, and possibly just by ‘coincidence’, EVERY one of these shopping malls that will be opening in October of 2015 has characteristics of FEMA concentration camps including guard towers overlooking the properties and several of them LOOKING just like fortresses!” the site reports.
But again, it could just be a “coincidence.”
In Texas, as you undoubtedly already know if you click on any Facebook links, Wal-Marts are being prepared to house residents there when the federal government takes over what it already controls, as much as anything in Texas can be controlled. The Daily Sheeple has a report on that.
No word yet on how to reserve your space in Silverdale, and if you can you will want to, because It’s not all bad news. Kitsap Sun business reporter Tad Sooter is characteristically optimistic about the future. “I, for one, welcome our new retail overlords,” he said.
We here in Silverdale have a leg up over other fortressy shopping centers, because according to Nesara many of these malls have yet to announce any stores. People there might just be ushered into a mall with no tenants and will therefore be forced to live on government spray cheez and meat-flavored product. We, on the other hand, have already been privy to some of our new masters, and if you’re lucky enough to get a bunk in Silverdale your daily menu will include Chipotle and Blazing Onion.
We may be government slaves during the Obamanist indoctrination process, but we will eat well.
Note: Because so many people fall prey to stories like this, I feel it my journalistic duty to inform you that the story you see here is not entirely factual. Yes, it does appear on a blog sponsored by a reputable news source staffed by journalists of impeccable integrity, but this piece is intended to be satire, or something. If it turns out that the Trails at Silverdale does become a FEMA concentration camp, I probably won’t be around to apologize for my tone.