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FEMA’s “Pandemic Influenza Wave 1 Full Scale Exercise” scheduled for November 13th

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Is an Ebola false flag event be about to unfold?

FEMA’s own website says “yes” – but they are calling it a “training exercise”  -unless they should  decide to create another fake emergency for the media to broadcast, in which case it will become another false flag event.

Federal agency orchestrated “drills”, also called “training exercises” in federal agency lingo, have been connected with every recent major American news event that has had anything to do with possible endangerment to public safety.

What’s really motivating and driving the actions of the DHS, FEMA, FBI, CIA, and a host of other agencies who claim to be working for our public safety?

Who is the SIFMA?

The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) recently published this recap of the event sequence of a training exercise apparently designed to prepare federal agencies for response in case of the development of an Ebola pandemic.  According to this document, the program is currently scheduled to begin taking place in the next few days.

Did you get that title, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association? According to SIFMA’s website, the group “represents hundreds of securities firms, banks, and asset managers.”  That sounds reasonable – an investment information group.

What could a professional group which manages investments and securities have to do with FEMA emergency pandemic exercises?  When you donate a dollar to help find a cure for Ebola, where is your dollar going?

I don’t have any answers, but I do know that there appears to be a connection.  I’m just asking some questions.
This page detailing the planned Ebola pandemic training drill,

http://www.sifma.org/uploadedfiles/services/bcp/pandemic-final-ttx-presentation4-5-13.pdf?n=52619

appears on the SIFMA website.  One of the contacts on this FEMA document is a man named Karl Schimmick, a CEO of the SIFMA.

An overview of the pandemic training exercise and schedule is also found there. http://www.sifma.org/services/bcp/fema-pandemic-exercise-series/.

 DHS training drills and major news event history in the United States

Numerous federally conducted “drills” presented in recent years to the public as actual events have turned out to be full scale faked emergencies.  The public is led to believe in the reality of these events via manipulated media presentations.  “False flag” events have historically been popular methods by which governments have deceptively achieved specific political objectives.

The history of American false flag events

False flag events are politically motivated. In the most extreme cases, a false flag event is used to justify war.  The creation of fabricated news events in the pursuit of political objectives is nothing new. The United States has for nearly two centuries staged false flag events as a pretense to war.  An informative summary of the American history false flags can be found on 911review.com.

The Boston Marathon “Bombing”

The so-called Boston marathon bombing didn’t go down as it was presented by mainstream media reports.  Interestingly, the DHS admits that the entire event was planned as a training exercise months before the alleged bombing took place.  “Operation Urban Shield” was planned many months before the Boston Marathon.  Eyewitness accounts reported the presence of bomb sniffing dogs under the control of bomb squads along the marathon route on the morning of the event.  Yet nothing was uncovered. The line of distinction between the “training exercise” and the alleged bombing itself is blurry.  Evidence points strongly to the possibility that the bombing was an integral part of a “training exercise” funded by a $200,000 Homeland Security grant.

The “bombing” was then followed by a test of the willingness of the American people to endure martial law in exchange for a false sense of security.  Under the direction if the FBI, police SWAT teams performed unwarranted house to house searches on Boston residences in the pursuit of an alleged criminal.

The Sandy Hook “Shootings”

Significant evidence supports the position that this event also was pulled off by government insiders.  It’s quite possible that nobody at all died at Sandy Hook.  The alleged incident may have been trumped up for the purpose of creating public fervor for panic legislation which would outlaw “assault rifles”  Errors in the cover up are just too numerous to ignore. Sandy Hook, too may have been one huge deceptive government orchestrated scam.

The 911 “Terror Attacks”

Perhaps the largest hoax ever perpetrated upon the American people was the events which took place on September 11, 2001.

More than 3,000 people died on September 11, 2001, but it’s possible that the real terrorists are operating within, and as, our own federal agencies.  Informed readers are familiar with a growing mountain of scientifically backed physical evidence, as well as testimonial evidence from high offices, that the lives of more than 3,000 people were sacrificed by Washington insiders as pretence to wage war on Iraq.

Could an Ebola false flag event be coming?

Check out the links above from FEMA and the SIFMA and draw your own conclusions. The drill might be turned into a false flag event, or perhaps it won’t.  The facts remain that the drill is scheduled to take place, and that many previous drills have been turned into dramatic faked newsworthy events.

If American people were to become proactive in exposing the deceptive actions of our supposed “security” agencies, false flag events and their consequences could be more easily prevented. Innocent lives would be spared in proportion as Americans learn to replace their trust in mainstream news sources with real grass roots information

Be prepared and don’t be surprised if a supposed Ebola pandemic in the northeast is announced in conjunction with FEMA’s training exercises in the next couple of days, or in coming weeks.

It might happen, or it might not happen. The truth is powerful.  For open minded readers, here are a few more links to contemplate.  If you’re serious about discovering the truth, you’ll be busy for a while.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G43zl4fzDQg

http://www.storyleak.com/dhs-boston-training-drill-backpack-explosives/

https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/images/70968

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Hook_Elementary_School_shooting_conspiracy_theories

http://www.salon.com/2013/01/18/your_comprehensive_answer_to_every_sandy_hook_conspiracy_theory/

http://truthfrequencyradio.com/covertreport/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68LUHa_-OlA

http://www.scientistsfor911truth.org/

http://www.911truth.org/

http://humansarefree.com/2013/04/the-boston-bombing-is-inside-job.html

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/bostonbombingdidyouthink20apr13.shtml

http://www.tomatobubble.com/boston_bomb_hoax.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A8JDqHhUD4

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/04/pictures-that-prove-double-amputee-was-an-actor-at-boston-bombings-2626684.html

http://www.storyleak.com/dhs-boston-training-drill-backpack-explosives/

http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=25582

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/24/boston-marathon-security-plan_n_3150518.html

http://www.infowars.com/interview-with-boston-marathon-eyewitness-confirms-bomb-squad-drill/

http://www.naturalnews.com/040898_boston_marathon_false_flag_terror_drills.html

And some more Sandy Hook material:

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2014/05/10/citizens-confront-newtown-board-education-sandy-hook-hoax-2/

(Listen to Wolfgang Halbig)

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/01/07/top-ten-reasons-sandy-hook-was-an-elaborate-hoax/

This “debunking” article is chock full of holes. Listen closely  to Mr. Halbig before reading so-called “debunking” articles:
:
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/01/23/this-is-theblazes-point-by-point-sandy-hook-conspiracy-theory-debunk/

 

 

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4 Police Tricks to Nab You For Pot and How You Can Beat Them

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Cops have a massive incentive to bust people for pot. Here’s how to fight back.

According to the ACLU, marijuana arrests account for over half of all drug arrests—and 88% of those charges are for simple possession. Because of decades-old grant programs, local precincts are showered with money from the federal government if they keep their arrest numbers high. Police have a built-in financial incentive to focus their arrests on low-level drug offenders to fatten their statistics, especially because these are some of the easiest arrests to make. This is a major reason why marijuana arrest rates have gone up in recent years, and why they make up the majority of all drug detentions nationally.

If you’re a cannabis aficionado who chooses to indulge in the herb, you’re a walking dollar sign to the police. Your arrest can directly lead to more bullets, armor, assault rifles and other toys, and may even be used to justify higher wages. You’re more useful to them imprisoned or cited than free, and they will try their hardest to manipulate you into giving them a reason to take you in. They can even make false threats to trick you into waiving your rights.

What follows are the four most common ways police deceive people into incriminating themselves for marijuana possession. Heed these warnings and remember the advice so you can avoid giving the cops a reason to arrest you.

Although our laws are meant to protect everyone equally, some police treat people differently based on a number of factors, particularly race. The ACLU reported last summer that blacks are almost four times as likely as whites to be arrested for marijuana possession. Other activist groups have found that law enforcement officers kill one black American roughly every 28 hours. Should you choose to invoke any of the rights detailed below, you must do so while remaining hyperaware of how you are perceived by police based on your race and other class-indicative factors, and then proceed with caution. Unfortunately, that’s nothing new for people of color.

1. Giving officers “reasonable suspicion” by talking too much.A cop has no right to detain you without reasonable suspicion. “Reasonable suspicion” is a murky standard that isn’t as definitive as hard evidence, but requires more than a hunch, as Flex Your Rights explains:

A combination of particular facts, even if each is individually insignificant, can form the basis of reasonable suspicion. For example, police may have reasonable suspicion to detain someone who fits a description of a criminal suspect, a suspect who drops a suspicious object after seeing police, or a suspect in a high crime area who runs after seeing police.
If a cop simply stops and pummels you with questions, he has no right to force you to stick around and answer. In fact, if you’re carrying a bit of bud on you, your best bet for avoiding trouble is to use your constitutional right to silence. Here’s what I mean.

Let’s say you just bought an eighth of deliciously fresh green shimmering with sticky trichomes. You’re walking to a friend’s house for some communal smoking when suddenly a young police officer stops you to ask some questions—just the standard inquiries: Who are you, where are you going, where are you coming from, etc.

You think, “Shit! I’m screwed! But maybe if I’m really nice, he/she will let me go.”

You decide to blab away in an overly polite tone under the delusion that he/she isn’t aware of your charm offensive. You notice your tactic isn’t working, and out of nervousness you begin stammering and giving inconsistent answers—which are cause for reasonable suspicion. The cop then decides to search you, finding your weed and brandishing it in the open, which gives him/her the right to arrest you for having pot in “public view.” You’re cuffed, shunted off to jail and stuck with a petty possession charge.

To avoid such a sour experience, Flex Your Rights recommends that if an officer stops you, you should always ask from the very start, “Officer, are you detaining me or am I free to go?” If the officer says you can go, you can continue on your way. If he/she gives a vague answer or continues to ask questions, continue repeating the magic words until he/she relents.

“If the officer says something like, ‘You’re not being detained. I just want to talk to you,’ then you are free to end the conversation and leave immediately, [without] wait[ing] for the officer to kindly dismiss you,” says Steve Silverman, executive director of Flex Your Rights.

If an officer tells you that you are being detained, that means you’re under arrest, in which case you should definitely inform him/her that you are choosing to stay silent; perhaps you can say something like, “I’m going to remain silent. I would like to see a lawyer.” Because you can be damned sure that anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.

Also, DO NOT run away or trash-talk the cop. These are always causes for reasonable suspicion. Do your best to stay cool.

2. Consenting to a body search.Often, the police won’t inform you of your right not to consent to a search. Sometimes people will consent to a search even when they’re holding weed, either because they don’t know they can say no or because they’re worried about the officer’s reaction.

“The most powerful trick police use to make marijuana arrests on the street is to ask citizens to empty their pockets. Of course, this ‘ask’ generally sounds like a command when police shout, ‘What’s in your pockets? What do you got?’ Silverman of Flex Your Rights says. He also says the vast majority of people stopped will comply with a search regardless of what they have on them out of intimidation or confusion.

“Unless police feel a hard item during a pat-down that could be a weapon, they are not legally allowed to reach into your pockets,” he added.

Your right to refuse a search is expressly noted in the Fourth Amendment, which guards against “unreasonable searches and seizures” by the state. As with refusing to answer a nosy officer’s questions, you are legally within your rights to say no to a physical search unless the officer has a warrant.

“If the police say they have a search warrant, ask to see it. If they don’t, say ‘I do not consent to this search,’” advises the New York City Civil Liberties Union website. An officer may still illegally search you even if you say no, but at least you’ll protect your rights if you have to go to court.

3. Consenting to a vehicle search.This one follows the same legal guidelines of refusing a body search: unless the officer has a warrant, you do not need to give him/her permission to search your car. Calmly inform him/her that you are aware of your rights and that he/she cannot search your vehicle.

However, an officer can still order you out of your car if he/she wishes to do so, and you should comply if they do. Once you are out of the vehicle, the officer may threaten you with false consequences if you continue to refuse a search.

“Beware that police can legally lie to you, so never let false threats or promises trick you into waving your rights,” says Judge William Murphy, a civil liberties advocate.

Once again, if the cop has no warrant or reasonable suspicion to search your vehicle, say the magic words: “Officer, are you detaining me or am I free to go?” Theoretically, he/she would then either give you a traffic citation and leave or just let you go on your way. However, experience has shown that officers sometimes become aggressive or even violent when a person denies a search. All you can really do in that situation is keep calm and continue to shield yourself from judicial damnation by asserting your lawfully guaranteed right to refuse a search.

4. Letting the police enter your home.Without a warrant, you never have to open your door for police. No matter how hard they bang or how many times they smash their pointer against your doorbell, you can leave them out in the cold. Just say no.

Someone should have told that to former UNC basketball player Will Graves before he willfully allowed police to enter his coach’s home last December, which the athlete was renting while he completed his studies. When the cops came snooping at his door on a tip from a meter reader at a utility company, Graves allowed the cops to enter (probably out of fear), and for his courteousness he was cited (fortunately not arrested) for being in possession of a couple of blunts, a grinder and a handful of pot seeds.

Regardless of how unnatural or frightening (exhilarating?) it feels, always say no to a cop who is trying to get into your home without a warrant. You wouldn’t let a stranger in, and that’s exactly what a cop is.

Caveat: One way cops can claim to have “reasonable suspicion” to search your body, car or home is to say they smell marijuana. This is a difficult assertion to guard against since it’s your word against theirs. More than a few people have gone down after a search because a cop claimed to catch a whiff of weed. The “smell” provision overwhelmingly favors the police in most drug cases.

Here’s what Flex Your Rights says about the matter:

“If police say they smell marijuana…[a]ll you can really do is say, ‘Officer, I have nothing to hide, but I don’t consent to any searches.’ If they search you anyway and something is found, you’ll need an attorney to help you fight the charges. Unfortunately, police sometimes use tricks like this to circumvent your constitutional rights and there’s no perfect way to handle the situation. Of course, they are most likely to do this if they are suspicious of you for some reason, so do your best to stay calm.”

Aaron Cantú is an investigator for the Marijuana Arrest Research Project and an independent journalist based in Brooklyn. Follow him on Twitter @aaronmiguel_
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/4-police-tricks-nab-pot-beat/#Du8GdjMU7GaG4Qiq.99

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Shocking Photos of Mass Graves Readied By U.S. Government For Citizens

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A sinister agenda has been revealed in the United States not by the mainstream media, but rather an independent journalist, raising the eyebrows of concerned Americans.

CAVE CREEK, AZ – In the early morning hours of March, 2009, truckloads of mass graves were brought in for months straight and positioned in the ground. (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

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CAVE CREEK, AZ - In the early morning hours of March, 2009, truckloads of mass graves were brought in for months straight and positioned in the ground. (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

Intellihub.com
July 6, 2013

CAVE CREEK — In March of 2009, reporter Shepard Ambellas, infiltrated the U.S Dept. of Affairs Veteran’s Cemetery, obtaining original photographs of a massive sinister construction operation located on the vast 220 acre government facility in Cave Creek, Arizona.

After Ambellas broke the story on Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.tv, others came forward with collaborating photos and reports documenting that the activity was taking place at various cemeteries nationwide.

CAVE CREEK, AZ - Mass graves for U.S. citizens being set into place as part of pandemic preparedness plans. At the time in March of 2009, it was termed the "largest construction project in the valley" by local media.  (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

CAVE CREEK, AZ – Mass graves for U.S. citizens being set into place as part of pandemic preparedness plans. At the time in March of 2009, it was termed the “largest construction project in the valley” by local media. (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

Ambellas has since linked some of the mass grave construction and profiteering activities to the U.S. governments “Pandemic and Mass Fatality Response Plans”, pushed heavily by the former George W. Bush Administration and large influential giants such as the World Heath Organization.

 

CAVE CREEK, AZ - Thousands of "burrial vaults" lie in a vacant lot ready to install at the nearby government cemetery. (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

CAVE CREEK, AZ – Thousands of “burrial vaults” lie in a vacant lot ready to install at the nearby government cemetery. (Photo: Shepard Ambellas/Intellihub.com)

At this time, Intellihub.com is currently requesting more information on this matter. If you have any information or photographs please submit them HERE:

http://intellihub.com/submit-intelligence/

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^http://www.infowars.com/military-industrial-complex-prepares-mass-graves-for-us-citizens/

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