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"An elaborate public-health drill Tuesday that organizers had hoped would use thousands of volunteers to help test the Chicago area's response to a possible bioterrorism attack instead drew fewer than 350 people—and one beleaguered Cook County Board president," reports the Chicago Tribune. Big public-health drill has small turnout in Hoffman Estates
Authorities practiced processing citizens through the de facto internment camp and giving them mandatory pharmaceutical products.
Perhaps the people of Chicago's lack of enthusiasm for the drill can be explained by them waking up to the fact that these exercises are nothing more than an excuse for fat enforcers to practice shoving people around in internment camps while the local TV news shows images of people being rounded up and processed by men with big guns - all part of the conditioning for an attack we are constantly assured is "inevitable".
Or maybe it was because the only "terrorists" found in Chicago were a group out of Miami that supposedly planned to "wage a full ground war against the United States" and bomb the Sears Tower, but who actually turned out to be "a bunch of dip#s living in a warehouse," as The Daily Show's Jon Stewart described them.