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HURRICANE FLORENCE

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Chuck Frank


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Is the Mainstream Media now on a mission before November elections to blame President Trump for everything including Hurricane Florence?  The Washington Post just blamed President Trump for Florence.  This is truly the most hilarious news clip that I have ever laid eyes on.  With that said, I can see it is open season on Donald Trump, but why was Obama left out of the blame game when Hurricane Sandy slam dunked New Jersey and New York back in late October, 2012 and totally affected 24 states and caused 65 billion dollars in damage?  For its day, Sandy was the worst of the worst hurricanes, ever, with rivers of water that flooded tunnels and much more.   

   Insurance companies refer to these kinds of events as “acts of God”,  yet, the Washington Post fabricates a story that is an obvious departure from good journalism.  And after Florence and the floods are all over I would hope that the Washington Post will take it upon themselves to drain their own swamp before FEMA has to do it.  

  Natural fluctuations of solar activity with regard to more or less sun spots is the major prevailing factor when it comes to climate variations which would include either warming trends or cooling trends.  This is known as a scientific phenomenon that is cut in stone.

  This bit of fake news by the Washington Post surely misses the mark by a long shot.  Actually, it even missed the target by at least 100 miles.  Let us just call it a problem with left windage.

Sandy Hook Massacre: Published Press Photos Pre-Dated Event

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What is it going to take for the public to realize they have not only been screwed…..but no one even bothered to use vaseline. Everyone associated with this fake shooting scenario should be arrested and perp walked right off to prison.

The fact of Ebola now uncontained internationally requires action. What action?

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Action for what purpose? A debate.

Does Ebola deserve the attention it’s been getting lately? Is it as dangerous as some so-called “alarmists” (e.g., Mike Adams, Donald Trump, etc.) are suggesting? Or is it the easily manageable threat others (like the CDC) are proclaiming? Actually, the truth may lie somewhere in the middle.

Ebola as a contagious disease deserves appropriate action. The disease exists and it is on the loose. But there something else in play here. The disease is obviously not being handled intelligently and those whom are generally thought to be the responsible authorities, government, American medicine and the Center for Disease Control are clearly not taking measures to address this un-contained fatal virus.

This president who signed in a medical reform bill that seems to have been written for the profit of the financial sector and the big pharmaceutical companies has not taken the steps that must be taken now. A national quarantine of everyone — with absolute minimization of contact, including schools and, simultaneously, the closing airports and border crossings — except for minimum personal contact imports, say from container ships or trucks carrying products in which the truck drivers are limited in whom they may contact. The system will not be perfect and there is no time to perfect it – it simply must be done now — while containment is still possible. With an incubation period of 20 days and people exposed wandering freely about right now, the option of containment as I have described will not be open for long.

Yes, infectious disease experts may know the most about the viruses that cause Ebola virus disease (EVD) and the other hemorrhagic fever diseases; scientific facts are always preferable to unfounded theories and worst-case prognostication; and some people do attempt to profit/benefit from the hysteria that comes from potential threats. More

November 9th communications shutdown: A system reboot needed to activate new code?

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John Boering

My take on the communications shutdown:

In what is obviously a muscle flexing exercise meant to show the public just how much power and control the federal government really has, all communications will be cut off for an estimated three minutes on November 9th, 2011. 

Claiming this is a test of the emergency response system, the terror alert system, and any other excuse they can come up with, Fema (that would be the same FEMA in charge of those camps they deny exist) will conduct a complete communications shutdown: all TV, radio, internet, and phone systems will be disabled simultaneously. This will be at 1:00 CST. 

I am trying to figure out what kind of national emergency would require cutting all communications, broadcasts and internet use?  More

Federal Eradication Management Agency : Screw You Tornado Victims

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In yet another show of dirty handed politicking – the Federal Eradication Management Agency (FEMA) who is supposed to assist United States Citizens after an Emergency just presented their nether parts for Tornado Victims to lick. The politically correct title set forward is”

FEMA, to pay for Irene damage, delays funds for rebuilding in tornado-ravaged areas

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is temporarily suspending some payments to rebuild roads, schools and other structures destroyed during spring tornadoes in Joplin, Mo., and Southern states and other recent natural disasters to pay for damage caused by Hurricane Irene.

With initial damage assessments from the storm potentially in the tens of billions of dollars, the Obama administration will need to request supplemental funding from Congress, possibly provoking another fight over federal spending as a new congressional “supercommittee” prepares to identify trillions of dollars in government spending cuts.

In reality that headline should say “Oh by the way Alabama and Missouri – f*ck you. You just don’t have enough votes to be important enough for our Agency to help you.” As Presidential Candidate Ron Paul pointed out (although he used much nicer terms), FEMA is full of cronies that want nothing more than to rip your head off and shit down your neck. Only thing left of your home a pile of rubble with a few cinder blocks where your basement used to be? DENIED.

Citizens have been the driving force of clean up in Joplin – not FEMA. Because they realize FEMA is pretty for a few days then retreats on high to tell “us” to make sure we “Get A Kit” (but not too many matches or flashlights ’cause you’d have to be reported as a possible terrorist). There is no money left people – none. If Helicopter Ben decides to ease into us a bit more through QE3 (thereby driving us from inflation to hyper-inflation) we’re even more screwed. However I betcha’ that’ll be the excuse from the screaming masses on the East Coast in this instance. “We nneeeeddd mmooonnneeeyy”.

Why?

Votes ya’ fools. Alabama and Missouri have a combined population of about 12 million Souls. That’s nothing compared to the votes that will roll in from the much over hyped Irene on the East Coast. New York alone has 19 Million legal votes and they ain’t likely to be looking to any RINO in 2012.   .Gov cannot have Wall Street, Casinos or Unions out of action because who else will buy into the “Hope it Changes” rhetoric?

As MSNBC says “Lean Forward” – it might hurt a bit less if you relax too.

The Strategic Advantages Of Community Building

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Brandon Smith

The year was 2002, and while the majority of Americans were completely obsessed with the so called “War On Terror” and other devices of distraction, something much more real and decidedly prophetic was going on in our southern hemisphere. Argentina was in the midst of total collapse, driven by banker fraud and extreme currency devaluation in tandem with government mismanagement and corruption. First, cities exploded with rioting and violence as Argentinian police and military attempted to crush all dissent. Soon after, displaced refugees from population centers along with roving bands of thieves flooded into the countryside, wiping out isolated farms, murdering families, and hunting down any small group of survivors weaker than themselves and flush with supplies. The authorities (and I use the term loosely) were too busy trying to suppress civil protests to bother protecting those who were caught unprepared.

This behavior is part and parcel of economic destabilization, regardless of the time or place in which it occurs. Only nine years ago, a very modern and technologically savvy nation of people, nearly cannibalized itself. Those who survived and thrived did so through family aid and substantial existing wealth, or, the tactical building of communities for the purpose of mutual defense and alternative trade. Farmers armed themselves and formed regional groups along with security measures. City dwellers formed neighborhood watches and barter networks when the mainstream economy disappeared. The bottom line; lone wolves and isolated country families were nothing more than tempting targets at the onset of the breakdown in Argentina.   READ MORE

Handbasket? What Handbasket?

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I read a sad little story today about a former Homeless Shelter Case Worker who is going through some hard times. Seems that after 99 weeks of Unemployment Bennies – she still cannot find a job even with 17 years experience. And she has to pay for COBRA to the tune of $650 per month. And she is having to dip into her 401K next month if something miraculous does not happen.

At first one would be compassionate and think “Oh. How sad and her Mommy is in the story as well!”. But on reflection and further perusal of the “iReport”, the compassion seems to bleed from my brain.

This particular case is indicative of the mindset of some American Citizens. On reading the article we see that she is paying $300 per month for storage for the furniture that cannot fit in her new apartment:

And then there’s the storage fee of $300 she pays for all her excess furniture from her old apartment.

Word of advice: Sell it. If it is excess, you don’t need it. More

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