CDC Has A Zombie Preparedness Guide. Wow...Just...Wow...

I remember watching this video on Dark5s' Youtube channel talking about possibilities of a zombie outbreak happening. One of the topics listed in his video was how the CDC had placed this Zombie Preparedness guide on what to do in case of zombies, hurricanes, tornadoes etc. The Red Cross has the same thing but its for Halloween so they can have fun with it but also show the seriousness of when that day ever happens.

In my own personal opinion I think maybe it could be possible. We have such advanced technology now. How come they never created a zombie virus?  They simply create all of these other viruses and let it go into society. Another opinion I have is that maybe its just a type of propoganda that they can use to make us take it seriously.  There are different sentences stating how in case zombies come into your house set up a meeting place where you and your family can gather. Once you meet up make plans to go to an evacuation area nearby.

I have the link to this preparedness guide, and they have this comic book style story going along with it. I find it humorous to say the least, but maybe it is good to keep in mind. Not go crazy just keep it in the back of our heads.

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Comment by Ashley Nicole Hubbard on May 19, 2017 at 6:02pm

I have tried agave nectar and I think its really good. I would use that or honey in my tea. It tastes a lot better with honey. That is the only natural sweetener I use.

Comment by Less Prone on May 19, 2017 at 6:02pm

I've tried Stevia. No side effects

Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on May 19, 2017 at 5:09pm

use Stevia if great..all natural

Comment by Ashley Nicole Hubbard on May 19, 2017 at 4:17pm

Speaking of artificial stuff. There is an artificial sweetener called Erythritol. I bought this "natural" drink called Bai. The taste of the drink wasn't natural it tasted very artificial and it was because of the Erythritol. There is a non-GMO form of Erythritol but it isn't any better because it is synthetic. After drinking it I am never touching Bai again. The sweetener causes headaches from continuous consumption of the sugar, causes gastrointestinal problems, it is also used in insecticides. 

We are deceived into thinking these "natural " healthy drinks with a word you can hardly pronounce (Erythritol) is supposed to be healthy. People automatically see "healthy" and think it must be true, but then after consuming it things go wrong with their intestinal tract, their stomach,  they have constant headaches.People are becoming zombies more everyday. 

Comment by Less Prone on May 19, 2017 at 3:52pm

Many are already close to Zombie condition due to media propaganda and reality manipulation as well as indoctrination masked as education that together form effective mind control. In addition we get harmful neurotoxins, heavy metals and carcinogens from processed food, beverages, cosmetics, medication and vaccines, genetically corrupt alimentationartificial hormones in form of xenoestrogens like phthalates  and BPA. The list goes on and on.

These are also partially discussed in "Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, An Introduction Programming Manual, Operations Research Technical Manual TW-SW7905.1"

Comment by Ashley Nicole Hubbard on May 13, 2017 at 7:38pm

I never heard of this drug before. But I do recall this practice done in Voodoo practices where they use a powder mixture they can blow into the face of their victim and turn them into a mindless zombie. This drug you shared is probably the same thing, because the victims cannot remember anything they did. It is insane they actually have drugs like this circulating in the drug trade, wouldn't know if it was used widely by any towns.

Comment by Bananaman on May 13, 2017 at 7:30pm


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