Thursday, October 23, 2014

FEMA Camps run by our Government and their link to a possible use during a Ebola Outbreak


Below is compilation of videos I found interesting regarding the how a possible Ebola outbreak as one of the purposes these FEMA Camps were developed by our government. Which is a pretty scary thought about how little our government and the CDC are doing to contain the Ebola virus. 

 In my opinion, A very large group in American society has developed a false security and have become too focused on social media to engage in learning and engaging in the world around them. This generation is lacking critical thinking skills. Critical thinking is essential acquiring knowledge and good decision making skills.

Then there is a portion of society who was taught in college to question what is presented to us, search for the facts and develop our own hypothesis. Questioning is a part our learning process. Now, the government calls those who question or expose government policy they would like to keep quiet from the public fear mongers. Those the government are concerned as falling into this category are put on a government watch list. Which you will see the videos below, it doesn't take much to get your name on list. 

One very important fact to keep in mind is, history always repeats itself. This would not be the first time in history for concentration camps to be used right here in the United States. So, how impossible is it for it to happen again? 



Tuesday, October 21, 2014

New hearing begins today for the convicted murders of Matt Landry


The Supreme Court has ruled minors convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison is cruel and unusual punishment. The Supreme Court ruling says, teens must be given a new hearing to determine if their brains were mature enough at the time the crime was committed to understand the consequences of their actions.

Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan says:

Graham [v. Florida]Roper [v. Simmons], and our individualized sentencing decisions make clear that a judge or jury must have the opportunity to consider mitigating circumstances before imposing the harshest possible penalty for juveniles. By requiring that all children convicted of homicide receive lifetime incarceration without possibility of parole, regardless of their age and age-related characteristics and the nature of their crimes, the mandatory sentencing schemes before us violate this principle of proportionality, and so the Eighth Amendment’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.

This is what I call an over compassionate society enabling teens to commit crimes and giving them excuses for their poor choices. Yes, our brains mature and change as we grow, but by the time a child reaches his/ hers teenage years their brains have matured enough to know the difference between right and wrong.

The Supreme Court has now ordered the re-sentencing of two teens sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole while minors began today with the re-sentencing oIhab Maslamani and Robert Taylor who were convicted of kidnapping and the brutal murder of Mathew Landry. Maslamani's attorney is blaming the situation he was growing up in for his actions, deeming him incapable of understand his effect of his actions at the time the crime was committed.

Schools, children services and the court systems love to blame parents and other adults involved in the child's life for a child's poor decision making skills. Where the actual problem lies is a lack of accountability and over compassionate society who make excuses for the poor choices of today's youth.

A lot of murderers do in fact come from fractured difficult backgrounds. Does that mean we should appeal their decisions also? A teenager is not the same as a five year old committing murder. Most children begin to understand cause and effect by the age of two years old. By the time a child reaches his or her teenage years they are capable of having a clear understanding of the rules of society and begin to develop their thoughts and value system. Therefore, holding them capable of understanding their actions and being held accountable for the crimes they commit.








New Travel Bans Placed on Travel From West Africa

All travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea


The CDC is now requiring passengers fly into these five airports who are flying from the Ebola hot zones and new safety measures are now to be taken. Those individuals who are conducting the screening are required to wear more safety gear and there is to be no skin exposed. What does that say for those individuals flying on those planes and the airline employees? Ebola is highly more contagious than the CDC would like the American public to know. 

The Ebola virus is way more contagious than the common cold. If those wearing protective gear can catch the Ebola virus from patients even with protective gear, then the CDC is not being honest with the American people.

Even West Africa put travel restrictions from other Ebola hot zones. Sounds like West Africa has a better grip on the Ebola Crisis than our own American Government does. Hundreds of Americans have already been exposed to the Ebola virus and the numbers will continue to increase everyday until the CDC take the necessary steps to control an outbreak from happening here in the United States.

New Leak in Ferguson Missouri Case

Protesting has been going on for over 70 days now in Ferguson, Missouri. Protesters are waiting on an indictment of the officer involved the death of Michael Brown. If the grand jury does not indict Officer Wilson, officials fear the protests will get worse.

New details have been leaked by a federal source to The New York Times could be strategic, a former FBI official told CNN. "It could be really for, in part, a beneficial purpose, to start leading those community leaders and those leading the protests to believe that there won't be an indictment," said Ron Hosko, former assistant director of the FBI Criminal Division. "It may be over time, that will have a beneficial effect of no riots, no battles in the streets again."

The protesting in Ferguson, could  be any city in the United States. The entire situation was handled poorly right from the beginning. The Grand Jury is dragging their feet on an indictment decision is the worst thing they could be possibly being doing right in the Brown case. The longer they drag their feet on an indictment, the more tension will build in Ferguson, Missouri increasing the possibility of protesting breaking out into total chaos.

As you listen to the video below, you can hear how the Ferguson Police Department has incorrectly handled the case right from the very beginning.







Thursday, October 16, 2014

Capitol Hills' Ebola Hearing




Dr. Fauci from the CDC at today's Capitol Hill Ebola hearing, says there are 100-150 people per day coming to the United States from the Ebola hot zones. With up to 150 people per coming to the United States from the Ebola hot zones puts Americans at serious risk of an Ebola outbreak. A travel ban still has not been placed on travel from West Africa. The CDC feels placing a travel ban on West Africa will be catastrophic to West Africa and American citizens in West Africa. An outbreak in the United States would be catastrophic to American citizens.

Other countries have already placed a travel ban on citizens traveling from West Africa. If other countries are placing travel bans, then why are we not placing a travel ban on travel from West Africa? Dr. Fauci is concerned that putting a travel ban would prevent the CDC from obtaining information about who is coming from West Africa and people may travel from other countries to conceal their travel from West Africa. People traveling from West Africa who are now trying to conceal their travel to West Africa are most likely already doing that to ensure their entrance back in to the United States.

In fact, the CDC has not restricted travel for animals yet. Dogs can carry  the virus but, dogs do not exhibit any symptoms and do not get sick from the virus. Some people flying overseas take their animals with them. The CDC needs to get more serious about this travel ban proposal. There is no time to continue sitting on this. It is time for CDC to step up to the plate and seriously address the Ebola crisis.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Texas Nurse Catches Ebola

A Texas nurse who cared for the Ebola patient has came down with the Ebola virus. If a nurse who is wearing protective gear catches Ebola, what does it say to the rest of the population? They say it isn't a threat, but think about public restrooms, any public door and let's not forget restaurant menus. Fecal matter can be found in any of those places.

Initially, the CDC tried to blame the nurse, claiming she didn't follow the proper procedures, but since then they have retracted their statement.

I think the best way to fight Ebola from becoming a medical crisis in the United States is for the government to be completely honest with the American people on the dangers of Ebola and what we can do to protect ourselves from Ebola. Educating people is the best preventative measure that the CDC can take to prevent an outbreak of Ebola in the United States.

Now there is another possible case of Ebola in Kansas. There is an dormant period of 2-21 days, as the days pass since we have first heard of the first Ebola case in the United States, more cases of Ebola will come out. 

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Letter Threatening School Aged Children in Three Schools in Rhode Island




A letter received by the Johnston Police Department on October 8, 2014 that threatens elementary school children in Johston, Cranston and Warwick on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Police officials contacted the FBI with what was perceived as a credible threat to elementary school children.

School officials decided not to close the schools, they have placed police in the schools threatend. Parents have decided to keep their children at home. Who can blame the parents for wanting to keep their children home? I wouldn't my children used as sitting ducks either.

Very few people know of the contents of the letter, police feel it will compromise their case to release the contents of letter.