William Pabst is afraid they (They) are going to come and put him away. Now, some may suspect that Pabst is sufficiently crazy for that to be a distinct possibility, but he is also telling us that they are going to take us all away and put us in concentration camps. Who? Why, FEMA of course. The notion of FEMA concentration camps has been alluded to by such balanced authorities as Glenn Beck, but Pabst was the guy who really popularized this important idea back in the seventies.
According to Pabst “it is clear that the FEMA contingency plans to round up political dissenters was related to the FBI's investigation of political dissidents.” In fact, “There are over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational […] They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA […] should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States.” FEMA is apparently a kind of shadow government (ultimately run by the UN, of course) that has been deeply involved in several famous incidents, such as “the Los Angeles riots and the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area. Some of the black helicopter traffic reported throughout the United States […] are flown by FEMA personnel. FEMA has been blamed for many new disasters including urban forest fires, home heating emergencies, refugee situations, urban riots, and emergency planning for nuclear and toxic incidents. In the West, it works in conjunction with the Sixth Army.” You can read more about FEMA in all its glorious insanity here: (reports from one Terry King seem to play a major role).
Pabst has all the details here (with an interesting commentary by Peter Dale Scott). These include mind control drugs, and the fact that mental health facilities are really brainwashing camps. Pabst is really afraid of that mental healthcare thing (there is more here) – the point is to break down any sense of nationalism and patriotism and induce a love for the New World Order. And there must be a conspiracy, for when Pabst filed a motion concerning the government’s plans to institute the new world order, they didn’t take him seriously. What better proof of a conspiracy do you need? You can read more here. It is … illuminating.
Now, Pabst’s original book is thirty years old, but it remains the go-to-book for militia groups and people with mental health problems. I don’t honestly know what Pabst is doing these days or even if he’s still around.
You may also want to look at this interestingly unhinged screed by one Thomas R. Eddlem.
Diagnosis: Pabst has made paranoia into something of an art form. Completely unhinged, of course, and it is unclear how dangerous he is.