If you’ve been a prepper for long enough, you’ve likely heard numerous stories and conspiracy theories. Between aliens, terrorist attacks, and our own government, there are tons of tales about possible disastrous outcomes that our world may very well face one day in the future. Of all these satires and theories, one of the most prominent in the prepper community is that of Redlist Bluelist.
Redlist Bluelist refers to the FEMA camps for Redlist Bluelist members. According to multiple sources, FEMA has camps set up that Redlist and Bluelist members will be sent to either for execution or to be treated as the Jews were at the concentration camps during World War II.
The idea behind the FEMA list is that the US government and economy will essentially collapse, and an outburst of rebellion and terror will set out throughout our country. Certain people are on lists to be killed, others are on a list to be educated in the new ways of the world at that point in time, and others will be forced to do whatever the government commands of them.
Just how did this conspiracy get started and where’s the proof to back up these claims?
Let’s take a look at everything we know so far.
How did this conspiracy theory start?
The story of the FEMA red and blue list begins back on March 13 of 2008. On that date, a top secret closed door meeting took place among all of the House of Representatives in Washington D.C. This is the last recorded time of such a meeting took place, and in the entire history of the United States as a country, it was just the sixth time The House held a secretive meeting of this nature.
House Rules XVII say that Representatives are sworn to keep information from such meetings as classified as possible, but supposedly members from the House spilled the beans as to what took place during this meeting.
The contents of the meetings reportedly were published in a newspaper over in Brisbane, Australia, and Last Trumpet Ministries soon picked up the story. When this outlet published the supposed findings, the following claims were reported —
- The economy of the United States would collapse in late 2008
- The United States government would see its finances with a similar fate in mid 2009
- As a result of these two major collapses, civil war would break out once again within the USA
- “Insurgent US Citizens” would band together and try to revolt against the government
- Members of Congress and their respective familiar members would be given areas of solitude to hide during this time of war
- The United States would form together with both Mexico and Canada to form “The North American Union”
- As a result of this merge, the United States, Canada, and Mexico would switch to a new currency by the name of “AMERO.”
Talking about this now in 2017, it’s quite obvious that none of these events actually transpired. Some theorists are still under the impression that these things could still happen at some point in the future, but the originally reported timelines never came to fruition.
The US government did go through a brief shutdown period in 2013, but none of the above claims have ever come to light.
Who is FEMA?
FEMA stands for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The agency is a subset of the Department of Homeland Security, and it was first established by the Presidential Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1978. As for its implementation, this took place a year later thanks to two different Executive Orders that were passed on April 1 of 1979.
Looking at the official website for FEMA, the agency’s mission is described as the following —
“FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.”
Although we won’t comment on the matter directly, many preppers out there are under the imperession that FEMA doesn’t actually care about United States citizens and simply cares for the health and vitality of the country’s government. As such, preppers believe that FEMA will do anything in its power to protect government officials, even if that means carrying out drastic measures.
The explanation behind the red list and blue list
Now, going back to the red list and blue list thing — what do those actually mean?
According to people that believe in this story, members of the House added everyone to either the Red or Blue List. People on this list are evident enemies of the NWO (New World Order), and they will each face certain consequences.
For people that are on the Red List, these are individuals who are leaders for patriot organizations, talk show hosts, ministers, community leaders, etc. All of these individuals will be woken up at 4:00 AM and forcefully removed from their homes. They will then be taken to detention centers at FEMA to be executed. Two weeks after this takes place, the government will enforce Marshal Law.
As for people on the Blue List, these are people who are followers of people on the Red List and also enemies of the NWO. Blue List members will be gathered together after Marshall Law is enacted and sent off to detention center so that they can be subject to mind-control tactics to be allies of the NWO. These people will supposedly not survive the torture that they’ll face at these camps, and although there’s no word as to who’s on the Blue List, it’s generally thought that people of the prepper lifestyle are.
Lastly, there’s also a Yellow List that exists with the Red and Blue Lists as well. The Yellow Lists is a placement area for citizens that don’t have any idea about the NWO and have no interest in learning anything about it. Yellow List members aren’t seen as threats by the government, and they will likely be instructed by the government and do whatever they are told.
After reading through this, you might be asking “Where is the proof of the FEMA red blue and yellow lists?” To be perfectly honest, no such proof of these lists actually exists. The lists are nothing more than a conspiracy, and one of the more lofty ones at that. We understand why some people believe in this matter, but with no real evidence or proof to back up the claims behind made, we don’t think you have much to worry about here.