FEMA Trailers Heading Toward Main Cities

*My ex was a truck driver. I used to go around with him to alleviate his boredom, did his logs and such. We came across many empty buildings that were quite suspicious. I do not know if this is fear-mongering or not…cannot verify…but I do know that if anyone would be aware, it would be our truckers.*

TRUCK DRIVERS ARE REPORTING THAT FEMA TRAILERS ARE HEADING FROM THE MAIN DEPOT TOWARD MAIN CITIES. THIS COMES FROM CB REPORTS AND IS CREDIBLE. ALSO, I HAVE A FRIEND THAT USED TO WORK WITH ME IN PITTSBURGH’S LARGEST HOSPITAL HAS REPORTED THAT THE EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE GEARING UP FOR A DANGEROUS OUTBREAK. THIS SWINE FLU THING IS NOT SOME HARMLESS THING. I THINK IT MAY BE A PRECURSOR TO MARTIAL LAW. I WILL ADVISE OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS. ONCE AGAIN, THANKS FOR PRAYING FOR ME LAST NIGHT. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY FRIEND—GLENN

http://www.stevequayle.com/index1.html

6 thoughts on “FEMA Trailers Heading Toward Main Cities

  1. Wow…just wow. Well I will remember my towel and not to panic. I suspect it’s airborne, perhaps in the chemtrails lately, I dunno. We had over 30 jets trailing above. The PTBs cannot tell me it doesn’t come down and stays up there. Well, good luck my friend, and don’t panic.

    Thanks for the heads up!!

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  3. View Voyer says:

    PROTECT YOURSELF FROM SWINE FLUE

    Whats The Truth About The Swine Flu? Emergency?
    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/10734

    To help reduce flue symptoms:
    N-Acetyl-Cysteine

    1200mg twice daily for adults
    600mg twice daily for adults

    Oscillococinum

    from health food store.

  4. view voyer says:

    May 1, 2009, 10:13 am
    Catching Flu From Money

    The influenza virus can survive on paper money for 10 or more days — suggesting that when we shop, spend and bank, there’s more than cash that is changing hands.

    The link between flu virus and paper currency is explained this week in a story on SmartMoney.com. The findings don’t mean we should fret about handling currency — but it does illustrate why health officials repeatedly tell people to wash hands frequently. From the SmartMoney report:

    Generally speaking, scientists interviewed by SmartMoney estimate the lifetime of a plain flu virus deposited on money at an hour or so. But mix in some human nasal mucus, and the potential for the virus to hang on long enough to find a victim increases, according to one of the few scientific studies done on flu transmission through cash.

    In a study conducted at Switzerland’s Central Laboratory of Virology at the University Hospitals of Geneva, researchers tested to see what would happen when flu virus was placed on Swiss franc notes. In some of these tests, researchers placed flu virus mixed in with nasal secretions from children on banknotes —and saw some unexpected results.

    When protected by human mucus, the flu cells were much hardier—in some cases, lasting up to 17 days on the franc notes. The virus that persisted for 17 days was a form of influenza A called H3N2. In an e-mail interview, Dr. Yves Thomas said samples of an influenza A strain called H1N1 also endured for quite a bit — in some cases, up to 10 days. That bug was similar but not identical to the virus at the center of the current swine flu outbreak, which is considered a new strain of H1N1.

    The story goes on to explain how money could theoretically spread a virus.

    Three things must happen for a flu virus to be transmitted from one person to another via money. First, a person who is infected with the swine flu must sneeze or cough onto the bill or blow their nose and leave remnants of their mucus on the currency. Next, an uninfected person would need to touch the money while the virus is still present.

    Finally, that person would need to put their contaminated hand in their mouth or pick their nose, says Dr. Murray Grossan, an otolaryngologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

    A 2002 report in the Southern Medical Journal showed that money can be a vector for more than just flu. Dollar bills collected in western Ohio were tested. The researchers found pathogens, including Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae, on 94 percent of the bills.

    The SmartMoney story is packed with additional insights about money and germs, explaining why new U.S. dollars may be more resistant to germs than used money (the ink in new bills contains a fungicide), how coins are more likely to be virus free, the development of cash-cleaning ATM machines and why plastic credit cards are a better option during a pandemic. To read the full story, click on “Can You Catch Swine Flu from Money?”

    And to read the full study on influenza and Swiss francs, check out “Survival of Influenza Virus on Banknotes,” in the May 2008 issue of the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
    http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/05/01/catching-flu-from-money/?em

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