> You explain the plastic vaults, I find it strange.
I apologize to the group for extending a thread that never should have
started. Aside from the fact that it has nothing to do with the group.
The whole story is just full of lies. The claim that the vaults belong
to the government is a lie. They are on the property of the company
that makes them. The claim that they are Polyguard brand is a lie. Why
would they lie about the brand? Because they found out Polyguard has
contracts with the government, so this lie was used to reinforce the
first. The claim that the stockpile is some new thing this year is a
lie. You can see them on Google maps. I've seen it myself. Therefore,
they were there at least 5 years ago. And the rest of the garbage in
that story is just people letting their imaginations go wild about why
the government would need so many plastic vaults.
Please stop passing on lies like this. And please, learn to be a
critical thinker who bases your views on actual evidence, rather than
just repeating what someone else said, just because it reinforces your
beliefs about our government by incriminating it with doing something
You really want an explanation for why those vaults are there? Here's
a perfectly reasonable one in a letter from Polyguard that was finally
posted in the comments at that ridiculous Alex Jones site:
"Polyguard and Co.
Afton, WY 83110
RE: infowars.com Cryptogon.com disclose.tv and all other paranoid sites!!!
To Whom this May Concern:
As you all know, death is one of those issues that we all fear yet we
all will go through it at some time in our life and we have most all
experienced a loved one passing away. In fact there is as average of
2.5 million deaths occurring each year. Some are cremated and some are
buried. Most burials require an outside burial container to go around
the casket to keep the ground from settling and the aesthetics of the
cemetery beautiful with the least amount of maintenance needed. Until
about 30 years or so ago, the only outside burial containers available
were Concrete or wooden boxes. Because of modern technology, there are
now other alternatives to concrete such as fiberglass and polymers
I am not sure how Polyguard became associated with the burial vaults
that are stored in Georgia. Those vaults are manufactured by our
competitors in Georgia. However, the Manufacturers own the property
they are stored on and there is no big secret surrounding the vaults.
Because of manufacturing costs and the ability to manufacture 2 parts
probably every 2 5 minutes, once the process begins, to be cost
effective you manufacture until your raw products are gone. This
creates inventory that can be rotated and used as needed.
In the funeral service industry, there is a program called "pre-need"
which allows families to go to a funeral home or cemetery and pre-pay
for their funeral merchandise and services. I would guess that most of
these vaults have been pre-sold and they are meeting the requirement
of the storage program set forth by the manufacturing company and the
Federal Trade Commission who governs funeral service. Because we do
not own the vaults and are not the manufacturers of the vaults, I
cannot tell you those numbers for sure.
Many of you keep referencing a patent for a cremation container. This
product never even made it to the market as far as I know. If it did,
it is not the same product that is being stored at the manufacturers
storage facility in Georgia. DO NOT CONFUSE THE TWO ITEMS!!!!
If this information does not help ease your mind, you are welcome to
Polyguard & Co., LLC"