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now it's CDC internment camps
« on: September 04, 2016, 08:39:27 am »
while perusing the interwebs this morning, I accidentally knocked my tinfoil hat off...............
and notice of this snuck in:

the website referring this was full of panic and gloom; shredded 4th amendment; FEMA camps; etc.   :facepalm
after wading though most of the legalese, it looks like a federal level response to an epidemic---with detainment---like New York did for that nurse suspected of Ebola exposure

part of me says ---yep, if you play with monkeys without gloves, or walk in the jungle without DEET--keep you away until we're sure you're not infectious
part of me says---it's an another overreach, and a convenient excuse to detain folks


GeorgiaFrom The Codex Kalachnikova: "He who would have you surrender your arms does so because he wishes to do something you could prevent by their usage."

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    Re: now it's CDC internment camps
    « Reply #1 on: September 04, 2016, 03:45:39 pm »
    I would hope the kinds of people willing to play with Ebola would be the kind of people responsible enough to deal with being quarantined until it's proven they don't have it, but that idiot Ebola nurse that decided to ignore any quarantine and run around potentially infecting everyone she came into contact with proved me wrong. Doctors and nurses can be and are as stupid as the rest of us. I used to work for a bunch of them; believe me on this. A fancy education won't give you common sense.

    Read John Ringo's The Last Centurion sometime to be horrified by how a global pandemic will likely go down. I doubt the CDC or FEMA would be able to do a damned thing against any infectious disease, given our open borders and society and godawful media and incompetent politicians who inevitably champion all the wrong things. Many of us won't have much of a chance against whatever super plague or pandemic that comes along.

    Not with a bang, but a whimper.

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