Reading, Writing, and Paralysis: Nightmare Virus EV-68 Striking Public Schools

boy1-1024x576American children are beginning the new school year and walking directly into the Obama regime’s line of fire.

Over the summer as experts, Patriots and adherents of common sense were warning of an unprecedented health crisis due to the flood of illegal immigrants, the state-run media was decrying the “myth of the diseased immigrant”.

Now in the coming weeks propagandists will be working overtime to downplay the fact that more than 1000 children in 10 states have been hospitalized after being infected with a potentially fatal respiratory virus that was reported in February to have struck 25 children in California with sudden and irreversible paralysis.

The virus is called Enterovirus 68 (EV68) and it’s been plaguing the world’s developing nations for decades. The onset is marked by flu-like symptoms and for some victims infection will result in paralysis and even death. All twelve species of Enterovirus, including polio and rhinovirus (the common cold), mutate rapidly and are highly contagious.

EV68 was first isolated and identified in California in 1962. While the CDC has noted‘clusters’ of the virus occurring in Europe, Asia and North America between 2008-2010, global statistics are inconclusive due to a lack of testing and inadequate documentation in developing nations.

However, in November of 2013 a studypublished by the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal (PIDJ) found that among 345 Honduran children, more than 75% were found to be infected with a respiratory virus, most commonly enterovirus.

Commenting on the ‘unprecedented’ number of children hospitalized under intensive care in Kansas City, the CDC said that the current number of EV68 cases may just be the tip of the iceberg. While not yet declaring an emergency, the statement released by the Centers for Disease Control said that only 79 cases of EV68 were recorded by the National Enterovirus Surveillance System in the past four years.

Initially, even members of Congress were not allowed to visit Obama’s ‘Dreamer’ kennels, even in their own states. Later, DHS allowed legislators to visit but required them to make an appointment weeks in advance and ordered them not to bring cellphones or cameras. Congressman Henry Cuellar leaked this photo that he took secretly.

Initially, even members of Congress were not allowed to visit Obama’s ‘Dreamer’ kennels, even in their own states. Later, DHS allowed legislators to visit but required them to make an appointment weeks in advance and ordered them not to bring cellphones or cameras. Congressman Henry Cuellar leaked this photo that he took secretly.

Considering the inhumane conditions of Obama’s immigrant detainment kennels, we should indeed expect that this epidemic is only the tip of the iceberg.

Since this summer, Obama’s ‘Dreamers’ have been sidestepping TSA security andboarding commercial airline flights to every corner of the nation including Alaska, Hawaii and the Virgin Islands. Airliners are notoriously conducive to the rapid and widespread distribution of communicable diseases yet the Obama regime has been happily providing illegals with a free ride to the destination of their choice (funded by the US Taxpayer) but only after they’ve spent a few weeks locked up in overcrowded cages with others that are known to be carrying dangerous viruses and diseases.

Doctors have petitioned the CDC to address the crisis that has ravaged the immigrants as well as Border Patrol agents only to be threatened with imprisonment should they reveal what they’ve witnessed.

In Artesia, New Mexico a facility was forced into lockdown because of a chicken pox outbreakafter Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson bragged about the DHS and their management of the facility while visiting earlier in the month. In other facilities Border Patrol agents have contracted scabies while caring for detainees.

Other diseases and viruses that could become pandemics this year include swine flu, Hantavirus, dengue fever (related to Ebola), measles, scarlet fever, yellow fever, malaria and the crippling chikungunya which is spread by mosquitos. The name chikungunya is aKimakonde word meaning ‘to become contorted’.

Oxford Journal notes that patients describe the pain associated with chikungunya as the worst that they’ve ever experienced. In 1955 a doctor wrote that “the pain was frightening in its severity, completely immobilizing many patients”. The CDC’s J. Erin Staples, MD, PhD gave a teleconference on the spread of chikungunya in the Caribbean saying “We expect chikungunya to continue to spread to other areas in the Americas”.

Human rights abuses in Obama’s detainment camps are believed to be the rule, not the exception.

Human rights abuses in Obama’s detainment camps are believed to be the rule, not the exception.

Dr. Jane Orient, Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), told Breitbart that she was particularly worried about the possibility of illegals carrying norovirusShe said:

“Norovirus is also an extremely contagious virus with symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea, all we need is one outbreak of that virus and we would have an overwhelming public health crisis.” (emphasis added)

Perhaps the most frightening reports reveal that drug-resistant, often incurable tuberculosis is spreading throughout the detainment camps. Many of those infected later board commercial airliners, sharing close-quarters with scores of unsuspecting travelers and potential hosts. One can scarcely imagine a better way to create a tuberculosis epidemic.

Author’s Note: Since I began this article, EV68 has been reported in at least two other states, for a total of twelve.

Paralysis and fatalities resulting from EV68 are believed to occur in only a minority of cases, but for the United States even a small number of children killed or permanently disabled because of a communicable disease represents a shocking regression of our national standard of living. While some parents have wisely removed their children from public school this year, the majority of Americans have stood idly by as the regime in D.C. has utilized the interconnectedness of today’s world to engineer what may prove to be the most widespread and rapidly advancing pandemic in human history.

Colleges Stocking Up On Grenade Launchers & Machine Guns

More than 100 community colleges and universities have acquired DOD surplus through the 1033 program since 1998.

M79 Grenade Launcher – Used extensively in the Vietnam War, the M79 fires a 40mm shell with a ‘kill radius’ of five meters.

M79 Grenade Launcher – Used extensively in the Vietnam War, the M79 fires a 40mm shell with a ‘kill radius’ of five meters.

Today’s campus police could make the Kent State Massacre look like kids playing with cap-guns.

Some of the equipment that campuses have seen fit to equip themselves with include grenade launchers, fully automatic rifles, and mine resistant vehicles.

State Agency Item Name Quantity Type
AL U. of Montevallo Police Department Cable, Fiber Optic 248 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police 9mm Brushes 50 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Aimpoint Red Dot Sights 10 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Axe 18 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Camera 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Chevy Blazers 2 Vehicle
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Crowbars 5 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Filing Cabinet 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police HMMWV 2 Vehicle
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Ink Jet Printer 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Laptops 20 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police M-16 5 Gun
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Metal Detectors 2 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Rifle Rack 2 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Microscope 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Scale 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Typewriter 1 Other
AL U. of Alabama at Huntsville Police Ultrasonic Cleaner 1 Other
AL U. of North Alabama 5000 KW Generator 4 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) 6 Other
AL U. of North Alabama First Aid Kits 10 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Gas Cart 1 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Golf Cart 1 Vehicle
AL U. of North Alabama Kevlar Helmets 10 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Mechanical Bomb Detection Unit 1 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Moulage Kit for Practical Emergency Exercises 1 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Portable Light Towers 2 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Segway Personal Transporters 6 Vehicle
AL U. of North Alabama Snake eye cameras 2 Other
AL U. of North Alabama Trailer 1 Vehicle
AL U. of North Alabama Trailered 10,000/15,000 KW Generators 3 Other
AR NorthWest Arkansas Community College Police Department M-14 1 Gun
AR NorthWest Arkansas Community College Police Department M-16 10 Gun
AR U. of Arkansas at Little Rock Police Guard, Handgun 10 Other
AR U. of Arkansas at Little Rock Police Sight, Reflex 1 Other
AR U. of Arkansas at Little Rock Police Sling, Small Arms 15 Other
AR U. of Arkansas at Little Rock Police M-16 5 Gun
AR U. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Police M-14 3 Gun
AR U. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Police M-16 5 Gun
AR U. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Police Shotgun (12 Gauge, Riot Type) 4 Gun
AR U. of Arkansas Police Department M-14 3 Gun
AZ Arizona State U. Police M-16 70 Gun
AZ Pima Community College Police Department M-14 9 Gun
AZ U. of Arizona Police Department Bag, Barracks 80 Other
AZ U. of Arizona Police Department Viewer Kit, Night Vision 1 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Truck, Utility 1 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Field Pack 20 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Floodlight Set 2 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Ford F-700 1 Vehicle
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Generator Set, Gasoline Engine 1 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Pouch, Frag Grenade 30 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Pouch, Radio, Molle 30 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Scooter, Motor 3 Vehicle
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department Spectacles, Set Ball 20 Other
AZ Arizona Western College Police Department M-16 9 Gun
CA Butte College Police Department M-16 4 Gun
CA Cerritos College Police Department Camouflage Screen 2 Other
CA Cerritos College Police Department Body Armor 1 Other
CA Cerritos College Police Department M-16 3 Gun
CA El Camino College Police Department Brush, Cleaning, Small 15 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Cart, Motorized 11 Vehicle
CA El Camino College Police Department Computer Case 30 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Cleaning Gun, Water 2 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Cleaning Tool, Vent 20 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Computer 1 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Robot Explosive Ord 1 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Disk Drive Unit 10 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Floodlight Set, Electric 2 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Forklift 3 Vehicle
CA El Camino College Police Department Interface Unit, Automatic Data Processing 4 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Laptop Computer 7 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Overalls, Cold Weather 2 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Printer 1 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Scooter, Motor 1 Vehicle
CA El Camino College Police Department Server, Automatic Data Processing 1 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Sling, Small Arms 16 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Switch KMV 1 Other
CA El Camino College Police Department Undershirt 40 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Club, Self-Protection 15 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Forced Entry and Rescue Equipment, Aircraft Crash 5 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Goggles, Ballistic 21 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Goggles, Industrial 14 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Headset 2 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Medical and Surgical Instruments 1 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Shop kit, construction NBR 1 1 Other
CA Irvine Valley College Police Department Tool Kit 6 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Box, Ammunition Stowage 2 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Fuel Tank, Patch Kit 1 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Handle Door, Vehicular 3 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Latch, Door, Vehicular 1 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
CA Saddleback College Police Mouldingxrear Door 2 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Seat, Folding Crew 4 Other
CA Saddleback College Police Seat, Vehicular 5 Other
CA San Joaquin Delta College Police M-14 2 Gun
CA San Joaquin Delta College Police M-16 2 Gun
CA U. of California at Berkeley Police M-16 14 Gun
CO Colorado School of Mines Public Safety Borelight System, Laser 2 Other
CO Colorado School of Mines Public Safety Sight, Reflex 10 Other
CO U. of Northern Colorado Police Department M-16 3 Gun
CT Eastern Connecticut State U. Police Department M-16 21 Gun
CT Naugatuck Valley Community College Public Safety Chinstrap 2 Other
CT U. of Connecticut Police Department M-14 2 Gun
CT Yale U. Police Department Adapter Rail, Weapon Mounted 20 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Alice Clip Adapter 100 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Bag 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Ballistic Blanket 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Barrel and Front Sight Assembly 11 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Barrel, Carbine 25 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Box, Ammunition Stowage 20 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Carrier, Tool Blaste 1 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Case, Computer 4 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Case, Photographic Equipment 2 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Cover, Protective, Right 50 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department First Aid Kit 75 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Flashlight 75 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Hook and Line Kit 1 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Hydration system 35 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Jacket, Cold Weather 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Kit, Close Quarters 25 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Light, Chemiluminescent 166 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Mount, Rifle 4 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Mount, Sight 44 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Pack, patrol, Molle 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Pocket, magazine 7 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Pouch, First Aid Kit 16 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Pouch, M4, Three Mag 20 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Pouch, Radio, Molle 20 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Rack Assembly, Rifle Stowage 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Range Finder, Laser 1 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Receiver, Cartridge 30 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Sight, reflex 56 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Sight, thermal 4 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Special Patrol Insertion/Extraction Kit 5 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Telescope 1 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Tent 2 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Tourniquet 29 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Tourniquet, One-Handed 221 Other
CT Yale U. Police Department Trousers 63 Other
DE U. of Delaware Police Department Bandage, Gauze 100 Other
DE U. of Delaware Police Department M-16 10 Gun
FL Florida International U. Police Department Chest, Top, Moblie Tool Cabinet 3 Other
FL Florida International U. Police Department Trucks and Truck Tractors 1 Vehicle
FL Florida International U. Police Department Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
FL Florida International U. Police Department M-16 50 Gun
FL Florida State U. Police Department Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
FL U. of North Florida Police Department M-16 11 Gun
FL U. of Central Florida Police Department M-79 Grenade Launcher 1 Other
FL U. of Central Florida Police Department M16 23 Gun
FL U. of Florida Police Department Truck, Armored 1 Vehicle
FL U. of South Florida Police Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
FL U. of South Florida Police M-16 20 Gun
GA Central Georgia Technical College Police Department M-16 4 Gun
GA Columbus State U. Police M-16 3 Gun
GA Darton State College Police Department .45 Caliber 10 Gun
GA Darton State College Police Department M-14 2 Gun
GA Emory U. Police Department Image Intensifier 2 Other
GA Fort Valley State U. Police Fan 8 Other
GA Fort Valley State U. Police Fireman’s Coat 3 Other
GA Fort Valley State U. Police Fireman’s Helmet 10 Other
GA Fort Valley State U. Police Firemen’s Trouser 2 Other
GA Fort Valley State U. Police Refrigerator 2 Other
GA Kennesaw State U. Police M-14 2 Gun
GA Kennesaw State U. Police M-16 4 Gun
GA Southern Crescent Technical College Police Department M-16 6 Gun
IA Iowa State U. Police M-16 7 Gun
IL Benedictine U. Police Department Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
IL Benedictine U. Police Department M-16 2 Gun
IL College of DuPage Police Department M-16 14 Gun
IL Eastern Illinois U. Police Department .45 Caliber 20 Gun
IL Eastern Illinois U. Police Department M-16 4 Gun
IL Lincoln Land Community College Police M-14 2 Gun
IL Parkland College Police Dept M-16 2 Gun
IL Triton College Police Department 6 X 6 Cargo Truck 1 Vehicle
IL Triton College Police Department Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
IL Triton College Police Department M-14 8 Gun
IL Triton College Police Department M-16 6 Gun
IN Indiana U. at Bloomington Police M-16 6 Gun
IN Indiana University-Purdue U. at Fort Wayne Police Department .45 Caliber 12 Gun
IN Indiana University-Purdue U. at Fort Wayne Police Department M-16 9 Gun
IN Purdue U. at West Lafayette M-16 25 Gun
IN Purdue U. Calumet Police M-14 3 Gun
IN Valparaiso U. Police Department M-14 2 Gun
IN Vincennes U. Police Department M-16 9 Gun
IN Vincennes U. Police Department M-14 2 Gun
KS Fort Hays State University M-14 2 Gun
KS Fort Hays State University M-21 2 Gun
KS Fort Hays State University M-16 9 Gun
KS Pittsburg State U. Police Department M-16 2 Gun
KY Kentucky State U. Police Truck, Utility 6 Vehicle
KY U. of Kentucky Police Department Truck, Utility 2 Vehicle
KY U. of Louisville Police Department Binocular 2 Other
KY U. of Louisville Police Department Kit, Close Quarters 20 Other
KY Western Kentucky U. Police M-16 5 Gun
LA Northwestern State University M-16 12 Gun
LA U. of Louisiana at Monroe Police Department M-16 12 Gun
MD Coppin State U. Police Department 40 Cal, Glock 30 Gun
MD Coppin State U. Police Department Shotgun (12 Gauge, Riot Type) 5 Gun
MD Morgan State U. Police M-14 2 Gun
MD Morgan State U. Police M-16 5 Gun
MD Morgan State U. Police Shotgun (12 Gauge, Riot Type) 6 Gun
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Magazine, Cartridge 300 Other
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Sight, Rear 17 Other
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Sight, Reflex 80 Other
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Truck, Armored 1 Vehicle
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Truck, Utility 2 Vehicle
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police M-14 2 Gun
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police M-16 50 Gun
MD U. of Maryland at College Park Police Shotgun (12 Gauge, Riot Type) 16 Gun
ME U. of Maine at Farmington M-16 7 Gun
ME U. of Maine Police M-16 3 Gun
ME U. of Southern Maine Police Department M-16 4 Gun
MI Michigan State U. Police Belt 40 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Catheter and Needle Unit 50 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Cleaning Kit, Gun 100 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Field Pack 40 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Headset 6 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Individual Equipment Kit 35 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Kit Tactical, Tripod 4 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Lid 32 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Light, Desk 3 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Mask, Face, Night Vision 3 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Mask, Oronasal 17 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Medical Scope 1 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Mount, Sight 5 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Navigation Set, Satellite Signals 3 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Oxygen Bag 4 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Razor, Surgical Preparation 2 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Splint, Leg 10 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Stethoscope 4 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Suction Apparatus, Surgical 1 Other
MI Michigan State U. Police Tool Kit 2 Other
MI U. of Michigan at Ann Arbor Department of Public Safety Barrier 6 Other
MI U. of Michigan at Ann Arbor Department of Public Safety Computer 3 Other
MI Western Michigan U. Police Face Shield 20 Other
MI Western Michigan U. Police Mount, Sight 1 Other
MN U. of Minnesota-Twin Cities Police Department M-14 2 Gun
MN U. of Minnesota-Twin Cities Police Department M-16 6 Gun
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police ADP CPU, Digital 3 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Assault Pack 15 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Bayonet-Knife 20 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Dell Laptop 13 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Drinking System 5 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Flat Panel Monitor 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Generator Set, Diesel Engine 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police HP 5750 Computer 11 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police HP Dell CPU no HD 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police HP CPU no Hard Drive 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Laptop 4 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Module, Trauma 25 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Monitor 9 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Motorcycles Motor 1 Vehicle
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Pen, Tablet 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Rack, Storage, Small Arms 1 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police M-16 4 Gun
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Sling, Small Arms 4 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Strap Involuntary 100 Other
MO Lincoln U. (Mo.) Police Swab, Small Arms 1 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Camelback 6 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Dell Laptop 2 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Inkjet Printer 2 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Laptop 1 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Modular Sleep System 2 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Monitor 2 Other
MO Missouri Southern State U. Campus Police Shipping and Storage 3 Other
MO Missouri U. of Science and Technology Belt, Rigger 5 Other
MS Hinds Community College Police M-16 2 Gun
MS Hinds Community College Police M79 Grenade Launcher 1 Other
MS Holmes Community College Police M-16 4 Gun
MS Mississippi State U. Police 5.56 mm rifle 5 Gun
MS U. of Southern Mississippi Police Department M-16 2 Gun
ND North Dakota State College of Science Police M-14 2 Gun
NM New Mexico State U. at Las Cruces Police Department Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
NM New Mexico State U. at Las Cruces Police Department Truck Tractor 1 Vehicle
OH Bowling Green State University, Main Campus Police Department Shotgun Winchester M1912 2 Gun
OH Central State U. Police M-14 5 Gun
OH College of Mount St. Joseph Police M-16 4 Gun
OH Hocking College Police Department Borescope 1 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Door, Vehicular 5 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Hardware kit 2 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Installation Kit 1 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Front Door Kit 1 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department M-16 1 Gun
OH Hocking College Police Department Kit, Velocity Drive Shaft 1 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Vehicular Parts Kit 5 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Respirator, air filter 1 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Sight, reflex 7 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Spectacles, Set Ball 8 Other
OH Hocking College Police Department Truck, Utility 2 Vehicle
OH Hocking College Police Department Window, Vehicular 4 Other
OH Lakeland Community College Police M-14 4 Gun
OH Lakeland Community College Police M-16 4 Gun
OH Notre Dame College (Ohio) Police Department .45 Caliber 1 Gun
OH Ohio State U. Police Department Kit, Pandemic Preparedness 48 Other
OH Ohio State U. Police Department Light, Chemiluminescent 350 Other
OH Ohio State U. Police Department Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
OH U. of Akron Police Department Duffel Bag 50 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Bin 4 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Blanket, Bed 40 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Camera 20 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Carrier, Sleep System 20 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Coveralls, Combat Vehicle Crewmen’s 10 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Desk 2 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Drawers, Extreme Cold Weather 34 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Field Pack 15 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Flashlight 60 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Generator Set, Diesel Engine 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Glove Inserts 60 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Grenadier Set 20 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Combat Vehicle Crewmen’s Coveralls 60 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Hook Knife 50 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Bag 62 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Individual Holster 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Jersey, Working 50 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Laptop 3 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Lens, Camera 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Lep 100 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Light, Chemiluminescent 25 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Mat, Sleeping, Self-Inflating 10 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Overalls Cold Weather 72 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Pouch, Magazine 50 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Rack, Storage, Small Arms 2 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Rifleman set 45 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Sipping case 2 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Shirt, Cold Weather 82 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Shirt 60 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Specialized Shipping and Storage Container 3 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department System Hydration 50 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Tool Kit 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Tool Kit, Small Arms 2 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Toolbox 2 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Vest 80 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Washer Pressure 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Washer Pressure 1 Other
OH U. of Akron Police Department Wrench Set, Socket 1 Other
OH U. of Cincinnati Police Department M-16 11 Gun
OH Youngstown State U. Police Department M-16 4 Gun
OK East Central U. (Oklahoma) Police Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
OK Eastern Oklahoma State College Police Department M-14 1 Gun
OK Eastern Oklahoma State College Police Department M-16 1 Gun
OK Mid-America Christian U. .45 Caliber 5 Gun
OK Mid-America Christian U. M-14 1 Gun
OK Mid-America Christian U. M-16 5 Gun
OK Murray State College Police .45 Caliber 5 Gun
OK Murray State College Police M-14 2 Gun
OK Murray State College Police M-16 1 Gun
OK Oklahoma City University M-14 6 Gun
OK U. of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Police Department Sight, Reflex 50 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Barrel and Front Sight Assembly 10 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Lamp, Incandescent 7 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Module, Trauma 30 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Receiver, Cartridge 11 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Sight, Rear 8 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Police Department Stock, Gun, Shoulder 8 Other
SC South Carolina State U. M-16 10 Gun
SC South Carolina State U. M-14 4 Gun
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Barrel and Front Sight Assembly 10 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Stock, Gun, Shoulder 8 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Receiver, Cartridge 11 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Sight, Rear 8 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Lamp, Incandescent 7 Other
SC U. of South Carolina-Upstate Module, Trauma 30 Other
TN Roane State Community College Police 40 Cal, Glock 6 Gun
TX Angelo State U. Police Department M-16 2 Gun
TX Austin Community College Police Department Binocular 10 Other
TX Austin Community College Police Department Sight, reflex 4 Other
TX Lone Star College system Shotgun 8 Gun
TX Mountain View College Police Department M-14 2 Gun
TX Texas A&M U. at Texarkana U. Police Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
TX Texas Southern University Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
TX Texas State Technical College at Waco Police M-16 3 Gun
TX U. of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth M-16 6 Gun
TX U. of Texas at Arlington Police Sight, reflex 25 Other
TX U. of Texas at Arlington Police Goggles 30 Other
TX U. of Texas at Arlington Police Pouch, First Aid Kit 70 Other
TX U. of Texas system Police Truck, Utility 2 Vehicle
TX U. of Texas system Police Mine Resistant Vehicle 1 Vehicle
TX U. of Texas at Tyler Police M-16 10 Gun
VA Longwood University M-16 2 Gun
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Printer 2 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Baton, Tactical Asp 3 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Binder, Loose-Leaf 150 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Binocular 2 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Cabinet, Security 2 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Chest, Ammunition 20 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Detector, Metal 6 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Envelope, Mailing 1,000 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department First Aid Kit 20 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Gem Car Electric Scooter 3 Vehicle
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Glass Door Board 1 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Kit Bag, Flyers 50 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Laptop Carrying Case 25 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department M-16 4 Gun
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Pad, Elbow, Shooter 25 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Pad, Knee, Combat 25 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Scanner, Xerox 1 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Security Raincoats 44 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Shield, Riot 12 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Simulator System firing laser 20 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Strap, Retaining 30 Other
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Truck, Utility 1 Vehicle
VA Old Dominion U. Police Department Voltmeter 1 Other
VA U. of Virginia M-16 12 Gun
VA Virginia Tech Police Department Filter Element Set 91 Other
VA College of William & Mary Police M-16 4 Gun
VA Southwest Virginia Community College AMC Hummer 1 Vehicle
VA James Madison U. Copier 1 Other
VA James Madison U. Typewriter 1 Other
VA James Madison U. UPS, Best Me2 1 Other
VA James Madison U. Intrenching Tool 8 Other
VA James Madison U. Power Backup 2 Other
VA James Madison U. Printer 2 Other
VA James Madison U. Drive Tape 1 Other
VA James Madison U. Truck Cargo 1 Vehicle
VA James Madison U. Truck, Utility 2 Vehicle
VA James Madison U. Mortuary Wrap 12 Other
VA James Madison U. Shotgun 4 Gun
WA Central Washington U. Police Department Armored Truck 1 Vehicle
WA Central Washington U. Police Department M-14 1 Gun
WA Evergreen State College Police Department Helmet, Advanced 4 Other
WA Evergreen State College Police Department Gamma Plates 13 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department Kawaski Mule 1 Vehicle
WI U. of Wisconsin at La Crosse Police Department .45 Caliber 2 Gun
WI U. of Wisconsin at La Crosse Police Department M-16 5 Gun
WI U. of Wisconsin at Madison Police Department Sand Bag 30 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Madison Police Department Shelving Food Service 2 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Madison Police Department Strap Involuntary 2 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Adapter Socket 4 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Key Set Socket Head 2 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Pack Waist 5 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Pliers Wire Twister 2 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Shelving Food Service 4 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Socket Wrench 2 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Spectacles Industrial 1 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Spectacles, Set Ball 34 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Gauze Bandage 17 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Strap Involuntary 3 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Telescope Straight 1 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Telescope Straight 1 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Truck Utility, 2009 Tiger Truck 2 Vehicle
WI U. of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Police Department Wrench Box; 5/8 Box Wrench 4 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department Caterpillar, Fully Tracked With Bucket 1 Vehicle
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department Floodlight Set Electric 4 Other
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department King Quad, 4WD 1 Vehicle
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department Marathon Mini Truck 1 Vehicle
WI U. of Wisconsin-Parkside Police Department Slow Mover Truck, Marathon Mini Truck 2 Vehicle

(h/t The Chronicle of Higher Education)

EXCLUSIVE: Nationwide Communications Outages & Emergency Drills Planned for 9/11/2014

Many readers are already aware that the terror attacks of 9/11 were accompanied by NORAD training drills and that despite what we were initially told, NORAD had trained several times to respond to the exact scenario that killed more than 3,000 people that day.

You’ve probably also read that the Aurora Theater Shooting was mimicked by an active-shooter drill in nearby Parker, also on the same day.

You may also know that the Sandy Hook shooting was taking place only 28 minutes away from FEMA drill L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters.  

racThe morning after the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion a nearby hospital posted this messageto their webpage:

“Due to the events in West, Texas last night, North Hills Hospital and the NCTTRAC have chosen to cancel today’s emergency preparedness drill. Many of the same resources planned for the drill have already deployed to West to help care for the victims down there.”

The Boston Marathon, which takes place during an annual exercise known as Operation Urban Shield, has been used as a terror response drill for many years. In 2008, on the morning of the marathon, Homeland Security Advisor Arnold Bogis wrote an op-ed for the Boston Globe, the first line of which read:

TODAY thousands of runners and hundreds of thousands of spectators are unwittingly taking part in a planned disaster.

In 2013, on the morning the drill became reality, a track coach from the University of Mobile famously recalled that the crowd was instructed by police to remain calm, that they were in the midst of a drill. Seconds later, explosions ripped through the crowds at the finish line.

Regardless of what one chooses to make of all this, these are facts; which became all the more disturbing for me this morning.

While I was waiting for my coffee to brew and truck shopping on the internet, a message from my Internet Service Provider (ISP) informed me that at 2AM on the morning of 9/11 I would be without internet service due to a planned outage.

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My gut reaction was that this was an insensitive and pretty stupid decision on their part. In our area many people are getting ready for work at 2AM. Should enough west Texas oilfield workers unexpectedly find the internet down at 2AM on 9/11, things could get ‘hairy’ quick. This oddity ate at me, so while I was fueling up on the way to the jobsite I did some research to see if anyone else would be without internet on that day.

What I found shocked me.

hmmm-9-113-300x173On 9/11/2014, all across our nation, ISPs and PSPs (phone service providers) are implementing ‘planned outages’ The most common excuse is ‘for maintenance’.

That’s right – on the anniversary of the worst attack against the US in living memory, when we’ll all be compelled to reach out to friends and family, and on the very day that high level sources are warning that we should expect another terrorist attack, there seems to be a coordinated effort to prevent communication. As a former telecoms professional, I know that such a high number of simultaneous outages is extraordinary; but anyone can see that this anomaly occurring on 9/11 is not only bizarre but also incredibly troubling.

9-11-hmmmmm5-1024x565Some of these outages, like the one at UC San Diego will last all day, from 6AM – 5PM. I found that a high number of universities, including theUniversity of Iowa as well as Michigan State, will be without internet that day, regardless of the fact that it’s a work day, and a school day for our nation’s tuition-indebted students.

I’ve included links and screen captures but you really can’t even begin to grasp the scope of this thing until you search for it yourself.

Try a search for “planned internet outage September 11, 2014″

The results go on for pages.

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If searching for “planned outage September 11, 2014” one will find that many communities will also be without electricity on 9/11 due to planned outages.

Is this some sort of sick joke?

I can’t help but wonder how many people are unaware. How will they react when they find themselves unable to get online or make a phone call and then realize ‘Today is 9/11′.

Now consider this:

hmmm-9-1123-300x173It seems that portions of nearly every federal agency, police department, and even volunteer fire departments will be engaged in some kind of disaster training on 9/11/14.

(try adding your city or county to this search)

I suppose one could argue that this is a good thing. At least they’re all present and accounted for should some terrorist attack actually occur.

hmmm-9-11234-300x173On the other hand, fewer officers on the street make it easier for terrorists to execute a plot successfully.

Given the amount of planning that would be required to to pull off an attack on American soil, it’s reasonable to assume that any would-be perpetrators may have also stumbled upon this data and used it to their advantage when picking a target. Conceivably, they would have chosen a community that’s also conducting First Responder training on the same day, thereby compounding the weaknesses and exponentially increasing the potential for tragedy.

This isn’t rocket science. We don’t need specialized training in guerrilla warfare or terrorism tactics to see how reckless it is to drastically reduce our defenses on the one day of the year that we need them most.

Don’t forget, the Daily Mail reported last week that terrorist forces in Libya have acquired 11 commercial airliners after taking control of the airport in Tripoli. The article also relayed that US Government officials were worried that the planes could be used in a second 9/11 attack this Thursday.

Last week, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia said he was sure that ISIS operatives would be in the United States in only two months. – AFP

Last week, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia said he was sure that ISIS operatives would be in the United States in only two months. – AFP

So what compelled the Obama regime and the Department of Homeland Security to schedule so many training exercises for that day?

With ISIS forces pledging to bring their war to America, why are We the People suddenly in such a precarious state of defenselessness?

Perhaps those answers are somehow related to why Obama chose to provide weapons, armor and funding to ISIS in the first place.

CDC Shuts Down Bioterror & Flu Labs After Discovering 327 Vials of Deadly Pathogens Misplaced

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is conducting a nationwide search of its cold storage units after discovering vials of smallpox in a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cold storage room at the National Institutes of Health facility in Bethesda, Maryland. Along with the vials ofsmallpox were 327 other pathogens including vials labeled for dengue, influenza, and rickettsia. This news comes as the CDC is under multiple investigations for unsafe practices. In response to the news Richard H. Ebright, a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University remarked “It is ironic that the institution that sets U.S. standards for safety and security of work with human pathogens fails to meet its own standards.”

tekmira-shares-turn-negative-after-rallying-on-hopes-for-ebola-drug-300x224Also this week, the AP reported what is being described as an ‘accident’ saying “A government scientist kept silent about a potentially dangerous lab blunder and revealed it only after workers in another lab noticed something fishy, according to an internal investigation. The accident happened in January at the headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. A lab scientist accidentally mixed a deadly strain of bird flu with a tamer strain, and sent the mix to another CDC lab and to an outside lab in Athens, Georgia.” This strain of avian flu, known as H5N1, has killed 60% of the roughly 650 people who have been infected with it since 2003 according the CDC and World Health Organization.

The New York Times reported that CDC head, Dr. Thomas R. Frieden has closed the CDC’s flu and bioterror labs and has banned all shipments from the agency’s highest-security labs while safety protocols are being reviewed.

While the Times notes that these lab closures will hamper the work done by other public health labs one could argue that the shutdown is the lesser of two evils in light of government documents obtained by USA Today revealing that more than 1100 similar cases were reported between 2008 – 2012 including a snafu at Fort Detrick involving over 9,200 unaccounted for vials, some of which contained Ebola and Anthrax. It’s impossible to know how many cases may have gone unreported.

“It is clear that the CDC cannot be relied upon to police its own select-agent labs.”

– Richard H. Ebright, Professer of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University

In 2011-2012 the world community attempted to prevent a CDC approved and US funded mutation of H5N1 by Ron Fouchier of the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam. Previously, H5N1 was not considered a danger because the natural strains of the virus were specifically adapted to infect birds. However the mutation that Fouchier later developed, ostensibly to discover ways to prevent it from threatening humans, is ‘highly contagious’, easily transmissible to mammals, airborne and deadly.

Fouchier complained, “People are acting like I am some mad scientist” after he and his team “mutated the hell out of H5N1”. He explained “I wanted to see what was possible”

Fouchier complained, “People are acting like I am some mad scientist” after he and his team “mutated the hell out of H5N1”. He explained “I wanted to see what was possible”

In other words, the CDC approved the creation of a virus that would pose a grave threat to humanity under the guise of preventing that same virus from threatening humanity. Extrapolating from the 1918 Spanish Flu Epidemic scholars have estimated that should H5N1 become a pandemic, one billion people would become ill and 62 million would die.Despite the Dutch government’s attempts at blocking the publication of Fouchier’s processes and findings, the entire ‘manual for creating a global pandemic‘ was later made public by Science Magazine. Scientific American listed the necessary materials as “Ten ferrets, some bird flu and swabs. That is all.”

“Yes, there is a danger, but it’s not arising from the viruses out there in the animals, it’s arising from the labs of grossly ambitious people.”

– Lord May, former president of the Royal Society and chief science advisor to the British government

Earlier this summer, a nearly identical experiment was announced, alarming scientists worldwide. Yoshihiro Kawaoka and a team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison used fragments of naturally occurring bird flu to reverse engineer the 1918 Spanish Flu which killed an estimated 50 million people. They then mutated the virus to make it airborne and to spread more easily from one animal to another.

A student at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Pennsylvania captured this picture of a mass grave being prepared for victims of the 1918 Flu Epidemic

A student at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Pennsylvania captured this picture of a mass grave being prepared for victims of the 1918 Flu Epidemic

“The work they are doing is absolutely crazy. The whole thing is exceedingly dangerous,” said Lord May, the former president of the Royal Society and one time chief science advisor to the British government. “Yes, there is a danger, but it’s not arising from the viruses out there in the animals, it’s arising from the labs of grossly ambitious people.” Marc Lipsitch, professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health “…worried that this signals a growing trend to make transmissible novel viruses willy-nilly, without strong public health rationale. This is a risky activity, even in the safest labs.” (emphasis mine) “Scientists should not take such risks without strong evidence that the work could save lives, which (Fouchier’s) paper does not provide,” In an article published in May 2014, Lipsitch argued that experiments like Kawaoka’s could unleash a catastrophic pandemic if a virus escaped or was intentionally released from a high-security laboratory.

Current investigations into CDC practices mirror a similar probe that was launched by the Department of Health and Human Services after it was discovered that United States government labs were somehow involved in the anthrax bioterror attacks that began eight days after 9/11.

In 2010 when the Department of Justice and FBI announced a formal conclusion of theAmerithrax case they declared that microbiologist Dr. Bruce Ivins was the sole perpetrator. Dr. Ivins was one of the lead scientists on the FBI’s Amerithrax Task Force. In July of 2008 police were summoned to Ivins’ home only to find him dead, purportedly from suicide, having never been charged in the bioterror investigation. Many were incredulous when local police told reporters that the state medical examiner “determined that an autopsy wouldn’t be necessary”.

Citing a complete lack of physical evidence, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman (and recipient of one of the anthrax-tainted letters) Patrick Leahy stated that “…he simply does not believe that Ivins was the prime culprit if he was a participant at all, and said he is absolutely convinced that there were others involved…”

Democratic Chairman of the Senate Oversight Committee investigating the 2001 Anthrax attacks, Pat Leahy stated categorically that he simply does not believe that Ivins was the prime culprit if he was a participant at all, and said he is absolutely convinced that there were others involved in the preparation and mailing of the anthrax.

Democratic Chairman of the Senate Oversight Committee investigating the 2001 Anthrax attacks, Pat Leahy stated categorically that he simply does not believe that Ivins was the prime culprit if he was a participant at all, and said he is absolutely convinced that there were others involved in the preparation and mailing of the anthrax.

Francis Boyle, an international law expert and bioweapons advisor to the first Bush administration, also advised the FBI’s investigation. Boyle later revealed evidence indicating that the attacks constituted a false flag designed to ensure that the PATRIOT Act would be signed into law.

In addition to his credentials as a government advisor, Boyle also holds a Doctorate of Law Magna cum Laude and a Ph.D. in Political Science, both from Harvard University. He teaches International Law at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and also served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International (1988-92) and represented Bosnia-Herzegovina at the World Court.

Regardless of what these new investigations may or may not reveal concerning the CDC’s standards and practices we know one thing is certain; to rely upon the Federal Government for one’s safety would be a stupid and potentially fatal mistake and one that is entirely contrary to the values and principles upon which our country was founded.

(h/t) Homeland Security Newswire

Ebola Test Results Negative in Sacramento and Albuquerque

We’ve learned this morning that an Albuquerque woman who checked into UNM Hospital on Friday is not infected with the Ebola virus.

The Bernalillo County woman went to the University of New Mexico Hospital last week with symptoms that included a sore throat, headache, muscle aches and fever.

There’s been no word as to the cause of her symptoms or whether or not she remains hospitalized.

(h/t) Albuquerque Journal

A woman in Sacramento has also been informed this week that she tested negative for the virus that has killed nearly 1500 people this year.

“We’re happy to report that we have heard from the Center for Disease Control that the test result is negative,” said Dr. Ron Chapman of the California Department of Public Health.

(h/t) ABC7 Los Angeles

This bit of good news comes as the two Americans being treated for Ebola at Emory University Hospital in Georgia have been released and reunited with their families.

Missionary Nancy Writebol, of SIM USA, was discharged Tuesday and Samaritan’s Purse doctor Kent Brantly was discharged on Thursday.

“I am thrilled to be alive, to be well, and to be reunited with my family,” said Brantly.

At least 2,473 people have been sickened in this outbreak – more than the caseloads of all the previous two-dozen Ebola outbreaks combined, according to the World Health Organization

CDC Testing for Ebola Virus In Albuquerque, New Mexico

Hours after Liberia announced a ‘shoot on sight’ order for people crossing the border from Sierra Leone in an effort to curb the spread of Ebola, DontComply.com has learned that a woman is currently being cared for in Albuquerque’s UNM Hospital hospital after having returned from the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak.

Shoot on sight for illegal crossings of border ... Liberian military forces stand guard. Source: AFP

Albuquerque’s Caleb James with KOB4 reported:

“The woman was traveling in the West African nation of Sierra Leone at the beginning of the month.    

She then returned to Albuquerque and soon after began to develop symptoms on Friday. She was admitted to UNM Hospital on Saturday.

The patient is currently undergoing a series of tests and remains in isolation at the hospital — blood samples will go to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta.”

The Obama regime has made efforts in recent months to facilitate an unprecedented global health crisis. So while this development is not surprising it presents a special concern to DontComply.com staff because of the proximity of this possible vector.

Cash Withdrawn from Accounts of Three MH370 Passengers Deposited into a Fourth Passengers Account

Just when it seemed that the anomalies involving Malaysia Airlines couldn’t get more numerous or strange, The Blaze is reporting via The Daily Mail:

“Money appears to have been taken without proper authorization from the bank accounts of some passengers who were on Malaysia Airlines flight 370, which disappeared on March 8 along with the more than 200 people on board and has not been found since.”

In March, 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 inexplicably disappeared over the Indian Ocean.

In March, 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 inexplicably disappeared over the Indian Ocean.

In March, 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 inexplicably disappeared over the Indian Ocean.

“About 111,000 Malaysian ringgit, or the equivalent of more than $35,000 U.S. dollars, was taken from bank accounts a few missing passengers, according to the South China Morning Post.”

On Friday, Chief Assistant Commissioner Izany Abdul Ghany of the Kuala Lumpur Commercial Crime Investigation Department “confirmed to the Malaysian newspaper the Star that a banker and her husband were arrested for suspected connection to the missing money. Police also are searching for a Pakistani man who could be involved as well. While other outlets reported that four accounts had money withdrawn, the Star reported that authorities clarified that three MH370 passengers’ accounts were stolen from and the money was transferred into the account of a fourth MH370 passenger.” “Do they realize some of those missing passengers are the sole breadwinners of their families and that they need that money?” Lokman Mustafa, the sister of a passenger on MH370, told the newspaper. “I am angry to hear this news.”

In the months since MH370 disappeared grief has become anger while news concerning the investigation has gone unreported.

In the months since MH370 disappeared grief has become anger while news concerning the investigation has gone unreported.

In the months since MH370 disappeared grief has become anger while news concerning the investigation has gone unreported.

“While the authorities continue to investigate the case involving the missing money, the search for the airplane with 239 people on board is still ongoing as well, though little news has been made public in the last couple of months of any possible developments. MH370 veered off course during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March and is believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean far off the west Australian coast. The search area changed several times, but no sign of the aircraft, or its passengers and crew, has been found.”

source: The Blaze

Exclusive: Homeland Security ‘partnered with’ UN Migration Organization, Triggered Border Crisis

US protesters block the arrival of immigrant detainees who were scheduled to be processed at the Murrieta Border Patrol station in California. – courtesy of NPR

US protesters block the arrival of immigrant detainees who were scheduled to be processed at the Murrieta Border Patrol station in California. – courtesy of NPR

Even the mainstream media can no longer ignore US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) refusal to follow or enforce federal law.

ICE and US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) have become possibly the world’s largest human trafficking organization, using buses and commercial airlines to openly transport illegal aliens all over the United States; even as far away as Alaska, Hawaii and the Virgin Islands.

As far back as 2011 independent media and watchdog groups were issuing warnings about the reckless dereliction of duty by ICE that would result in a major crisis.

6/15/12 DHS Secretary Napolitano issues memo instructing DHS to refrain from deporting illegal aliens up to the age of 30 thereby circumventing congress by administratively enacting the “DREAM Act”

6/15/12 DHS Secretary Napolitano issues memo instructing DHS to refrain from deporting illegal aliens up to the age of 30 thereby circumventing congress by administratively enacting the “DREAM Act”

The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) highlighted the Morton Memos, issued by ICE Director John Morton, beginning in March 2011. These memos ordered changes in policy ensuring that ICE and CBP would be unable to perform according to their mandates.

In the October-November 2011 issue of Migration Policy Practice, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced that in March it had ‘partnered’ with the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

An IOM/DHS workshop, held around the same time as the first ‘Morton Memo’, planned how to best facilitate a mass migration of illegal immigrants into the United States, or as the IOM summarized it:

examined the balance between the need for agile and compassionate responses by immigration systems and the need to preserve the integrity of those systems. Among the key themes raised there were the importance of preparedness and pre-established immigration policies that can be quickly implemented as soon as an emergency occurs; the establishment of mechanisms for quickly identifying individuals in need of international protection; and the critical value of coordination for both the immediate and longer term migration response.” 

On July 18, 2014, the IOM posted this article on their website clearly claiming credit for facilitating the crisis:

IOM Stresses Need to Increase Assistance to Unaccompanied Children Traveling to the United States 

excerpt – “The ability of transit countries to deal with the situation is strained, and once in the U.S., the government’s capacity to properly receive and assist child migrants is equally stretched.

IOM, through its presence in all countries in the region, has considerable experience addressing these challenges.  Through information campaigns, IOM warns parents of the dangers of sending their children north with smugglers.  IOM also works with migrant children and families in shelters in transit countries and when returning home.” (emphasis mine)

DHS and IOM didn’t discuss maintaining border integrity or preventing illegal immigration because the IOM is a UN agency with the singular mission of facilitating ‘migration’ with no regard for national sovereignty.

Since this ‘partnership’ was unaccompanied by press releases, it passed unnoticed by the media and the American People.  So, in December of 2011 when Government Security News filed a report stating that DHS Secretary Napolitano had “directed ICE to develop a national-level mass migration plan” only a few independent media outlets even bothered mentioning it.

That announcement would be echoed in January 2014, when ICE posted a request on FedBizOpps.gov for Planning, Briefing, and Reporting Anlaysis for Emergency Response and Mass Migration Support <sic> only months before the historic influx of illegal immigrants into Texas.

There’s something distinctly Orwellian about the Obama regime’s exclusive use of the word ‘stakeholders’ instead of adjectives like citizen or state, except of course in public speeches intended for proletarians. Used in this way, the word reeks of the ‘reverse fascism’ or ‘inverted totalitarianism’ that Obama so wholly embodies.

There’s something distinctly Orwellian about the Obama regime’s exclusive use of the word ‘stakeholders’ instead of adjectives like citizen or state, except of course in public speeches intended for proletarians. Used in this way, the word reeks of the ‘reverse fascism’ or ‘inverted totalitarianism’ that Obama so wholly embodies.

The requests included:

 “Assist in coordination and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate a “Whole Community” approach to comprehensive emergency preparedness facilitating the alignment of leadership guidance, organizational requirements, and equities.”

 “Provide support for program/project management, operations, coordination, planning, and policy support regarding all-hazard emergency/crisis management, preparedness, continuity of operations, and enterprise resilience before, during and after natural/man made and or technological incidents or events.”

The request was posted on January 21st, 2014 with a response date of February 14th.

In hindsight, the posting contained some very ominous indicators disguised by it’s mundane language. For one, the limited response time certainly gives the request a sense of urgency.

Keywords like ‘preparedness’ and ‘all-hazard emergency/crisis’ are strikingly similar to our news headlines now as we enter the third month of the officially recognized Border Crisis.

Support was sought for ‘enterprise resilience’ bringing to mind widespread looting or even economic collapse “before, during and after natural/man made and or technological incidents or events”

Eerily, it was these three elements that created the Border Crisis.

800px-Si_se_puede_Tejas_Obama-12Reports of numerous pandemic causing diseases have not slowed the regime’s efforts to accommodate anyone willing to violate our border. Central and South American newspapers have for months reported that ‘children’ and families will not be turned away but instead will be eligible to vote and receive welfare. Once again, a statistically unlikely computer glitch has conveniently provided the regime with a form of plausible deniability, just like with Obamacare.

Over the past year, as independent journalists monitored the FedBizOpps site to keep track of the record stockpiling of ammunition and other suspicious acquisitions by the Federal Government, several requests by FEMA in August 2013 raised red flags signaling the government’s preparation for some unknown, imminent emergency.

Requests from FEMA were put out for an indefinite supply of freeze-dried food, bottled water for up to four years, cutlery kits, beverage dispensers “capable of holding hot or cold beverages,” paper towel dispensers, assorted tea bags, hot chocolate mix, drink/punch mix, lemonade mix, and assorted fruit juice in bottles.

One of the many ‘shelters’ that the US Federal Government has considered for housing ‘Dreamers’.

One of the many ‘shelters’ that the US Federal Government has considered for housing ‘Dreamers’.

Also in August 2013, FEMA requested (using all caps) “CLOTHING COMMODITIES”, stating that “CONTRACTORS MUST DEMONSTRATE CAPACITY TO DELIVER AT LEAST 50,000 ITEMS WITHIN 48 HOURS. CONTRACTORS WITH HIGHER CAPACITY MAY RECEIVE GREATER CONSIDERATION.”

That same month a request was made for emergency shelters, and shelter cleaning kits. Then in February 2014 came a request for 150 manufactured homes per week that could be deployed to any state in the country with the potential to become permanent housing.

Additional orders for Bulk Hygiene Kits, Waste Removal Services and “Evacuation Planning and Operational Support for Motor Coaches” left little room for speculation. The government seemed to know for certain that something terrible was coming.

(full story here)

These preparations finally made sense this summer when an unprecedented number of illegal immigrants started flooding across the border and the Federal Government gave them refuge instead of turning them back.

Why would the US Government partner with the United Nations in order to create an immigration emergency that’s predicted to cause an ‘overwhelming public health crisis’ and may possibly be the last nail in the coffin for our domestic economy?

th-1The real question is, given the multi-billion dollar surveillance apparatus that we funded after 9/11 (largely to prevent people from sneaking over our border) and with the omniscience of the NSA at it’s disposal; how could the Border Crisis happen if the Federal Government wasn’t allowing it?

click – Petition Texas Gov to End Benefits for Illegals

German General Takes Over US Army in Europe, Complicit in Billions of Looted US Dollars

The Army Times is reporting that for the first time a non-American military officer will be commanding US forces in Europe.

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German Brig. Gen. Markus Laubenthal

Announced yesterday, German Brig. Gen. Markus Laubenthal has been appointed chief of staff of U. S. Army Europe. USAREUR commands 37,000 US soldiers, over 90% of which are stationed in Germany according to German news agency Focus. Laubenthal  is the former commander of Germany’s 12th Panzer Brigade in Amberg. Most recently Laubenthal was chief of staff of Regional Command North, International Security Assistance Force Afghanistan. Regional Command North (RCN) consists of ten NATO member states, including the US and Germany, in addition to non-NATO members Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Mongolia, Montenegro and Sweden. Under Herr Laubenthal, the Pentagon’s maligned misadventure in Southwest Asia has seen “…billions of dollars wasted in Afghanistan, including donation of planes the local government doesn’t need or can’t use, weapons that disappear as soon as they’re handed over and and construction of brand new buildings that are basically firetraps.”  according to US Special Inspector General John Sopko.   Officially, Regional Command North (RCN) describes it’s mission as “…support coordination and collaboration activities to train and advise elements of the Afghan National Security Forces in the region, with the goal to promote a prosperous economy, social and cultural development in key terrain districts, neutralize the insurgency through a increasingly capabilities ANSF.” <sic> Evidently, American tax dollars have also been wasted by employing the person tasked with proofreading the RCN website.

To date, the failed reconstruction of Afghanistan has cost more than rebuilding all of Europe after World War II. 

Last week John Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR),  presented a report to the US Congress that details the waste and corruption that define the abysmal reconstruction phase of this thirteen year war. In addition to the $500 billion spent on the military operation in Afghanistan, reconstruction has cost the US taxpayers an additional $104 Billion, not accounting for inflation. If the math were done using today’s gasping dollar those totals would be significantly higher. Author’s Note: The US watchdog group Costs of War provides a wealth of information regarding the socio-economic costs of the post 9/11 wars.  Their one-page breakdown of non-classified US government spending including $471 Billion that has gone to the Department of Homeland Security for ‘war related’ expenditures can viewed here Sopko is a nearly mythical figure in this era, seemingly tireless in his efforts to root out the ways that government wastes the taxpayer’s money and prompt in chastising them for it. In his first year as SIGAR, he inspected $10.6 billion, and found that almost $7 billion of this was wasted or unable to be accounted for. Some of the many faults that the SIGAR report highlights are laughable from an abstract perspective, while others are genuinely sobering. For instance, thousands of the weapons that the US has provided to Afghan security forces are missing. As far as the military-industrial establishment is concerned this is good news because now more weapons must be supplied. Sopko described the situation to Fox News saying: “This audit reveals a stunning lack of accountability over combat weapons provided to Afghan security forces,… It also reveals that the Pentagon continues to send weapons — even though the Afghans have 100,000 more than they need.  Infamously, another direct result of the RCN “reconstruction” effort has been the meteoric rise of opium production in Afghanistan. Prior to the military invasion, all poppy farms in the country had been supplanted by alternative crops. During reconstruction, Afghan poppy fields have produced no less than 80% of the world’s opium supply.  Earlier this year Yuri Fedotov, head of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime stated that poppy cultivation in Afghanistan had reached a record 200,000 hectares. Under the command of Herr Laubenthal, the Pentagon publicly acknowledged that the US Marine Corps was providing security for these illicit dope farms, even allowing one Marine to do a Fox News interview about the situation while standing in a field of poppies. Even if this particular news clip is new for the reader, it should certainly not be surprising… Part 1 of 2

Largest Emergency Vaccination Drill in History Prepares NYC for Immigrant Invasion

While Time Magazine is still pandering to the willfully ignorant with stories like “The Myth of the Diseased Immigrant”, the New York City Department of Health made history today staging the largest surprise emergency preparedness drill in the city’s history according to myFoxNY.com. They simulated providing vaccines to one million people every ten hours.

The New York City Health Department “tested the delivery of emergency medications in the event of a biological attack, such as anthrax, or other large-scale public health emergency in the city.” (emphasis added)

The local Fox affiliate reported that “The majority of the deliveries will take place to public school buildings.”(sic) – a fact not lost on American parents who’s children will soon be heading back to understaffed and overcrowded public schools, spending the majority each day sharing  desks, door handles, drinking fountains and buses with Obama’s beloved “dreamers”.

Obama is quick to chastise anyone that does not whole-heartedly endorse the radically brain-dead notion of dissolving our borders.

Yet on July 4th, when the regime staged a made for TV naturalization ceremony/propaganda piece, the alleged immigrants that Dear Leader bestowed hugs upon were all either members of the military or their spouses. Conveniently, Uncle Sam had already mandated a strict regimen of vaccines for all of the “dreamers” in attendance.

Yes, Dear Leader finds each and every one of his ‘soft invasion’ comrades absolutely precious, but only from a distance.

And who could blame him?

Reports coming from Judicial Watch and other sources reveal that infected and diseased persons have crossed our border  and have now fanned out across the country, even as far away as Alaska. There have been many confirmed cases of drug resistant tuberculosis in addition to hepatitis, malaria, a parasitic infection known as ‘Chagas disease’ dengue fever, H1N1, Swine Flu and Chicken Pox which has now become an outbreak in our country where once it had been all but eradicated.

Dr. Jane Orient, an internal medicine specialist and the Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) told Breitbart News that another threat,  ” Norovirus is also an extremely contagious virus with symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea,” she explained. “All we need is one outbreak of that virus and we would have an overwhelming public health crisis.”

Updated: Currently a petition is circulating calling for the Texas government to end benefits for illegal immigrants in Texas and to cease transportation of illegals through Texas into other parts of the US. Please Sign This Petition Here!!!