Claim: FEMA is marking mailboxes with colored dots to indicate the disposition of residents in the New World Order.
Example: [Collected via e-mail, October 2013]
They are all round stickers, they are usually either as big as half dollar coins, or as small as nickels or pennies. They are either made out of a thin reflective plastic or the smaller ones I've seen are just plain paper.
Now one of the odd and scary things I have heard about these stickers is that they have been placed there by people in working in secret for not just the government but for a up coming one world government.
And that the color of the stickers refer to the fate of each person when either the one world government or martial law gets established in our country.
The red indicates that they will come after you and kill you immediately, the blue means they will take you to a concentration camp or a "FEMA camp" and torture you until you either obey or die.
Yellow means that they think you will mostly follow them or be no threat to them and they will just let you starve to death.
Where as pink means you are totally in obedience to them and will basically be their mind slave.
Now I personally am wondering if there is any truth to this.
Origins: A common form of rumor holds that homes are being marked in some subtle way — through the use of anything from cable ties to chalk marks to colored stickers to ribbons, placed on curbs, sidewalks, mailboxes, lampposts, or
All such rumors generally fail in their very premise. Targeting homes for illicit purposes by marking them with some exterior symbol is unnecessarily inefficient: it requires time and effort to visit homes and mark them, it risks exposure from onlookers who might notice and call attention to the activity and discover its purpose, and the markings are too easily removed (accidentally or purposely) by residents or eradicated by weather, or overlooked by those supposed to be finding them afterwards. Yet all of these vagaries can be easily avoided in one simple way: just jotting down the addresses of the homes of interest. There's no good reason for bad guys to mark a home with some form of symbol as a method for being able to find and return to it later when they could more easily and safely accomplish the same thing simply by recording its address.
The marking of homes to identify them as targets for future activity makes sense only if the markings and the
One of the more fantastic forms of this class of rumor holds that a government entity is furtively marking homes by placing colored dots on home mailboxes to identify the political allegiances of residents, and thus those residents' dispositions (i.e., killed immediately, hauled off to internment camps, or left alone), once the powerful group behind the scheme completes the process of seizing dictatorial control of the country:
Those who believe this theory claim that if you have a red sticker on your mail box, then FEMA has determined you to be a veteran, or a conservative, or a true patriot and that you are going to be killed on the first night that the New World Order takes over.
If you have a blue sticker, then FEMA has determined that you believe many of the same things the people with red stickers believe, but you are a follower by nature, a sheeple, and you will be herded off to one of the many FEMA camps that are allegedly being set up all over the U.S.
If you have a yellow sticker, then you rock! You are a strong supporter of socialism, the New World Order, and the King, U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama and you will be allowed to remain in your home — on house arrest.
- Agents would have to fan out and color code every house in the United States (without being observed or discovered), an enormous undertaking of time and manpower.
- Anyone who moved or otherwise changed residences between the marking of mailboxes and the takeover by the New World Order would be misidentified.
- Anyone could avoid the dire consequences of this scheme (or target others for punishment) by changing or swapping their mailbox stickers.
- Many dwellings are home to multiple residents with varying political allegiances who could not all be classified with a single marker.
Last updated: 4 April 2015