Friday, August 9, 2013

Red Cross "Sheltering in Place," for the Sheeple

Coming SOON to a town near you

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"Sheltering in Place" is what the goose-steppers refer to when they need to lock down a town or city so they can send in heavily-armed teams of thuggish goon squads that go door-to-door, sometimes kicking the doors in, so they can look for some patsy for a recent False Flag, like the Boston Marathon FF.

Dare to defy a uniformed squad of bastards armed with sub-machine guns and they'll light you up like a Christmas Tree and you will be branded a terrorist or subversive, all for asking the legal question, "Do you have a search warrant?"

That constitutional necessity wasn't invoked during the insanities after the Boston Marathon FF, just armed killers stalking the streets, terrifying the entire city while claiming to look for ONE teenager.

Sweep of homes in Watertown, MA to search for second suspect of the Boston Marathon Bombing

Published on Apr 19, 2013

Took video from my window of an armed team going door to door down my street in Watertown, MA looking for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. At this moment, Watertown is under a "shelter in place" order and vehicles are prohibited. Crazy!

"Bomb Squad Drill Underway at Boston marathon."

"Good News, Comrade, now you can be house-broke to react like a good little sheeple, never asking any questions or insisting on your Constitutional rights, just roll over and pray they don't put their laser beam sights on you."

"The Red Cross has training to make you a good little frightened target, gladly surrendering your Constitutional rights just so you can go on living in the Gulag called the USSA."
Be Red Cross Ready: Coping with 'Shelter-in-Place" Emergencies

During certain emergencies, local authorities may ask or require you to shelter in place.

Sheltering in place is taking immediate shelter wherever you are—at home, work, school or in between.

Emergency personnel advise or require sheltering in place during rare instances when the safest action for you and others is to remain at your current location.

These instances include events such as a gas leak, chemical spill or nuclear accident.

Local officials or authorities on the scene are the best source of information for your particular situation. Following their instructions during a shelter-in-place emergency will help keep you and your loved ones safe.

During a shelter-in-place emergency, authorities provide information on TV, the radio and other forms of electronic communication in order to help you understand how to remain safe.

In spite of challenging circumstances, most individuals who have sheltered in place have successfully coped with the emergency. You can, too.
Following these lines of insanity will most likely get you killed, if it's a gas or chemical leak, In my 23+ years as both a volunteer and career firefighter, we never asked people to 'shelter-in-place' during a gas leak, you got them the hell out of Dodge because if the leak reaches so many PPM (Parts Per Million) on your Combustible Gas Monitor, that means there's enough flammable gas vapor in the air that could be set off by the slightest spark and BOOM goes the neighborhood.

It's highly unlikely you'd want to 'shelter-in-place' for a chemical leak. There's no telling where the toxic fumes might drift or when the wind will change and blow death into those homes of frightened people, sheltering-in-place.
You'd remove people MILES away while the emergency response teams worked on the spill while wearing haz-mat suits and SCBA-Self Contained Breathing Apparatus.

Lies about 'Sheltering -in-place' put forth by the freedom haters who are wanting to lock-down the entire country, turning your home or residence into a prison, while armed drones fly overhead, making sure you're 'safe.'


  1. As long as they don't turn off the cable, we'll be ok.

  2. You think there is still some sanity and common sense to be found in the corridors of suburbia and the urban jungle? Safety ueber alles! Yeah! Close your windows, pull the drapes. No need to see what's going on outside.

    Eh, but don't forget to go to church on Sundays, fill up the collection plates and you will be safe too, at least in the netherworlds, no guarantees for this one.

    Sorry, Greg, for being cynical. Sometimes it becomes a bit overwhelming.

  3. MN, if it wasn't for cynicism, I wouldn't be able to say what was needed to be said!


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