posted on Oct, 19 2014 @ 01:08 PM
Meh, military bases are loud all the time. Training of all sorts is happening there. I think it's a possibility that it could be apocalyptic
training, but I mean... All of their training could be seen as that. Because the term 'apocalypse' means different things to different people.
Example: To people in Japan, it could mean a hurricane, tsunami, or earthquake.
Example: To people in Hawaii, it could mean volcano eruption.
I don't think that our 'apocalypse' is Ebola. Because for the most part, people are all looking over their shoulders and freaking out anytime
someone even sniffles. I live in Ohio. People are somewhat panicked because the Dallas Ebola patient flew from Cleveland to Dallas. Who knows how many
people the man came in contact with here. Or how many people came in contact with the plane after. Cleveland is 2.5 hours away from me. And it's
starting to cool down. I've been sneezing a lot. If I sneeze in public I get really dirty looks. People are being careful. And even despite the fact
that the Ebola patient was in Ohio, we've had no cases of it. As far I know, we've had one case where they thought the person had it, and they
tested negative. And that was months ago.
All I'm saying is that it's not super likely that many people will catch Ebola. Because unlike where the infected are coming from, we have better
medical care, we don't have shoulder to shoulder living arrangements, and we are cleaner. And it's getting colder so people will self isolate.
Unless it mutates, the majority of us will be fine. My suggestions are: Carry hand sanitizer and use it, keep up on your vitamins, and don't drink
out of cans/don't put your mouth directly on anything unless you know exactly who could have handled it.
My guess is that the people who are being trained or asked if they are willing to kill Americans on U.S. soil are for two different situations.
People being trained: Are being trained in case this does mutate. If it mutates it will probably be airborne. Let me clarify because some people do
not understand this yet. Ebola is not airborne. It is aerosol. Meaning that it can be transferred via sneezing and coughing on someone. Airborne is
different. In the case that Ebola were to become airborne, I think people would start freaking out. Looting, and riots would probably happen. In that
case, we'd need people out there protecting others.
People being asked various forms of the question regarding killing Americans: Possibly for the same reason but also because people in the military are
asked that question because it is their job to protect against foreign and domestic threats. We're seeing more and more Americans convert to radical
Islam. Which is a domestic threat.