This is a MUST VIEW video.
Zack Interview-Security on the border between USA and Mexico [14:37]
Video published on July 19, 2014. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Immigration laws are designed to primarily do just two things: protect national security and public safety. The component of national security is the economy and American jobs. Because the foundation of American society – which is the family unit – depends on jobs and the economy for their livelihood. On the other side is the public safety, which includes public health, and that is so the people can be secure in their persons and their property from outside source threat. In other words, people coming in to take over America by force or by subterfuge.”
Shortly after this introduction above, Zack talks about how the CDC is at the border, something he never saw in his entire career as a border patrol agent. He then discusses the Ebola outbreak in Africa. This is the first I’ve heard of it, but the CDC has pages about it and it is seriously scary stuff.
CDC Ebola Outbreak
Update: July 24, 2014
- 1093: Total clinical cases; 786 confirmed by laboratory.
- 660: Deaths as of July 20, 2014.
National Breakdown of Cases/Deaths since March 2014
- Guinea (5 districts) 415/314.
- Sierra Leone (6 districts) 454/219.
- Liberia (6 districts) 224/127.
“They are anticipating a large national crisis. FEMA is preparing for 200 milliion deaths in the United States. … The government is controlling the supply of ammunition and basic medical supplies are in short supply in southern Arizona. … Since the United States Government is encouraging this, it is something the United States Government wants to happen.”
- H/t: Mindful Webworker