posted on Nov, 7 2003 @ 06:44 AM
......If this is true, getting the news out to the public is such an important thing.
If they were to keep it quiet, they might even catch who is doing it if anyone really is at all.
And besides, it isn't like it really matters to anyone at all until it is something other than "suspected anthrax..." looks like rumor spreading
for gauging panic more than providing information to the public.
How many people were killed by anthrax?, seven if even that but I do not actually remember, so if the number infected or killed has any correlation
to the actual threat it would seem that very few of us have anything to worry about.
Everything is in place to turn something that means nothing into something that effects everyone.
I like how so few people being sickened/killed by the first anthrax "attacks" has prompted much more thorough monitoring of the mail, it may be
just another catalysing event to take more liberties from the US citizenry.
A distraction as always in order to accomplish something more sinister.
Anthrax,bla bla bla.
Nobody knows how long they will be here anyway, the masses hear anthrax and go into terror mode because they think it may infect and kill them.
It would be nice to actually hear of something good in the news occasionally, and I don't mean hearing about some schmoe winning the lottery, because
in order for that to happen too many people have to lose their money first....
It's all quite meaningless.
Funny though, how in the story you provided a link to, it states that none of the employees of the postal centers were offered antibiotics as a
cautionary measure, I would think that they would just to be safe....
[Edited on 7-11-2003 by uNBaLaNCeD]