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NYC Screening at airports for Ebola starts today

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posted on Oct, 11 2014 @ 11:13 AM

I think they are getting worried their pet disease is going to bite them in the ass......

posted on Oct, 11 2014 @ 11:47 AM

originally posted by: stirling

I think they are getting worried their pet disease is going to bite them in the ass......

Do you mean ebola is going to go pandemic and bite them in the ass?
Or NOT go viral and leave them without their weapon of mass population

Anyway, WOW...what a magnificent weapon of public fear and mistrust
they are about to unleash upon us.

So is everyone with a fever about to get quaratined?? This can't be
the case, right? If so, we are about to be inundated with news stories
of scary "fever people" running rampant at airports....I can't wait until
they start breaking out the anal thermometers...that'll be entertaining.

It's just one more "Big Bad Wolf" to scare the sheeple into submission.
Just one more yellow, red, or orange "terror" alert that didn't work, or
the "they never got it right" flu vaccine which was only marginally
succesful, or the lack-luster "insurgent, jihadist, Al Qeada,
Muslim radical,ISIS-cut-your-head-off-fanatic, which has been the
broken record for over a decade

*SIGH*.....I wonder what next, big, scary thing will be used
to keep us sheeple purposefully cowering in fear and distracted
while they turn the crank on the rack, and tighten the noose...

It's enough to make a person long for the golden days of "Duck and Cover"

edit on 11-10-2014 by rival because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 11 2014 @ 12:30 PM
Gee now wouldn't that be simple....if we could just crawl under our desks and the world would go away.....?
The complex psychological issues they keep handing us to puzzle through whilst beating the crap out of our emotional state seem to be keeping us distracted quite well don't you think?


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