by J. Gudinne, Intellihub:
The time has come for all good (wo)men to do as they’re told
New information regarding the CDC being able to medically detain persons with communicable diseases is coming out. Let’s be clear on what a communicable disease is — it is a disease that is transmitted through direct contact with an infected individual or organism (also called contagious disease.)
Here is a list of the most common communicable diseases:
Sexually Transmitted Disease
West Nile Virus
The CDC regulations document gives directions on apprehending potential people at risk and basically says the CDC has authority to protect the American populace by detaining, isolating, quarantining and medically treating you, even with vaccines.
So just how powerful has the CDC gotten?
In 2015 Obama signed an order giving the CDC responsibility of forcefully, if need be, detaining people with “respiratory syndromes”.
So where will the CDC be detaining, isolating and forcibly treating by possible inoculation?
Well my guess is in FEMA camps. In fact new information has surfaced detailing how scores of mass graves and coffins are being prepared for the general public in case a disaster were to occur — and this includes a pandemic, from something like Ebola or similar.
FEMA camps may exist for the homeless, debtors prisons, Rex84 or mass casualties for a bio weapon. Also, extreme weather & a supervolcano may trigger the San Andreas fault to slip and displace many. Many people have reported seeing FEMA camps all over the U.S. throughout various states including, but not limited to the following locations via Disclose TV (See related video’s below):
Alabama: Opelika WWII German/Italian POW camp now being renovated.
Alaska: Wilds of Alaska possibly East of Anchorage. No access by road however, there is a railway system. Facility holds 500,000 people.
Arizona: Ft. Huachua, 20 miles from the Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales. Rex 84 program. Emergency Custodial Facility. Florence WWII German/Italian POW camp now being renovated. Pinal County Gila River. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility. Yuma County Colorado River. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility.
Arkansas: Ft. Chaffee Has a new runway for aircraft, new detention camp facilities with cap of 20,000 prisoners. Chicot/Drew Counties Jerome. Renovated spec Interment camps for Japanese Americans WWII. Descha County Rohwer. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention centers. Blythville AFB This base was closed but is now being used as a camp location. New wooden barracks have been constructed at this location. This camp is surrounded by high wire topped with barbed wire, and has guard towers. Berryville FEMA facility located east of Eureaka on Hwy 62. Omaha FEMA facility located on Hwy 65 south of old wood processing plant. It is on an old dirt road that leads to a toxic waste dump. Note: The facility in Miss. is also located on an old toxic waste dump.
California: Oakdale Ca 90 miles East of San Francisco on HWY 120. Holds a minimum of 15,000 people. REX 84 program, Emergence Custodial Facility. Vandenberg AFB Located midway between San Louis Obispo, and Santa Barbara. The base is on Hwy 1 and close to Hwy 101. REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility. Ft. Irwin Irwin is a remote Mtn region south of Death Valley, National Monument. This base is designated as inactive however, there is a concentration camp located at this facility about 30 miles from Interstate 15 in Barstow. Inyo County Manzana. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention center. Modoc County Tulelake. Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility. Sacramento Army Depot No specific data at this time.
Colorado: Old Lowell AFB. Recently all new chain link fence was installed around the borders, plus 400,000 handcuffs and shackles were purchased by the government for this site. Florida: Avon Park No data available Camp Krome Located near Miami Dept of Justice detention and interrogation facility. Elgin AFB This base is greater than 50 miles long extending from Pensacola Bay to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs. It is adjacent to Interstate 10 on the North and the Fort Walton Beach vacation spot. REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility.
Georgia: Ft. Benning Located East of Columbia near the Georgia/Alabama state line. – REX 84 program – Emergency Custodial Facility. Unadilla, Ga Macon County; Located on east railroad street, Plunket road leads into the facility 1 1/2 miles from Unadilla on county road 230. This is a FEMA prison manned and staffed but no prisoners. Oglethorpe, Ga. Macon County; facility is located five miles from Montezuma, three miles from Oglethorp. Traveling south on highway 49, located on the west side of the highway. This FEMA prison has no staff and no prisoners. Morgan, Ga. Calhoun County; I-75 exit 32 to 300 south to Albany. Take highway 234 to Morgan. Go through Morgan taking highway 45 south. The FEMA facility is 1 1/2 miles on the right (west) side of highway 45. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Camilla, Ga. Mitchell County; from Camilla take highway 19 south, travel 5.4 miles from 37/19 junction to Mount Zion Road, turn left (east) on Mount Zion Road. The FEMA facility is located on Mount Zion Road aprox: 5.7 miles south of Camilla. This facility is not manned or staffed and there are no prisoners. Hawkinsville, Ga Pulaski County; located on fire road 100/ Upper River Road, 2 miles west from alternate 129 North 257 / 112 east. Five miles east of Hawkensville. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Abbeyville, Ga. Wilcox County: south side of Abbeyvilleon highway 129 (Broad Street) off highway 280 (Main Street). This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. McRae, Ga. Telfair County; 1.5 miles west of McRae on highway 134 (8th street). The FEMA facility is on Irwinton Ave. off 8th street. This facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Frequencies: 153.7400 Georgia State Correctional Institutions 154.9050 Intrastate Coordinating (car to car state wide) 154.9350 Intrastate Coordinating (base to base / state wide) 155.3700 Georgia Police Intersystem (State wide)
Idaho: Jerome County – Minipoka – Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility. Kooski plus 50 miles East. Near Lolo pass Moose Creek Unmanned and there is a near by landing strip in or near a national forest. Illinois: Marseilles It is located on the Illinois river off Interstate 80 on Hwy 6. It is a relatively small facility with a cap of 1400 prisoners. Though it is small it is designed like other concentration camp facilities with high fences topped with barbed wire and guard towers.
Indiana: Thousands of acres located just out of Indianapolis, Indiana holds a large Concentration camp facility complete with barracks, high fence, razor wire, towers, turnstyles, a railroad, helicopter landing pads, and what appears to be three large furnaces with 3inch mains on one of the buildings. This is a massive facility, still under construction with a completion date sometime in 1996. Ft. Benjamin Harrison A U.S. Army facility located on the outskirts of Indianapolis will be used to hold prisoners. Ft. Wayne FEMA Detention facility Terre Haute FEMA Detention facility
Kansas: Leavenworth U.S. Marshal’s Fed Holding Facility PFP. Concordia WWII POW German/Italian POW camp being renovated. El Dorado Federal prison. Topeka 80 acres converted to a holding camp. Kentucky: Louisville FEMA Detention facility Lexington FEMA Detention facility Louisiana: Livingston WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated.
Maine: Houlton WWII German/Italian POW camp being renovated. Missouri: Richards Gebaur AFB This facility is located in Grandview, A large civilian internment facility has been built on this facility, and base personnel are restricted from the area.
Michigan: Kincheloe Correctional Facility (Formerly Kincheloe AFB with B-52 sized runways). Has five large prison buildings able to house 5000+. The facility has about 500 prisoners at this time. Location: 20 miles south of Sault Ste. Marie (Soo Locks) at the eastern end of the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. K.I. Sawyer AFB Large construction program has been going on under the name of “Operation Gateway”. High security is in place with a large portion of the base closed to civilian view. Location: 20 miles south of Marquette, MI in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. Raco Field Raco field is an interesting facility. The above ground runways form a perfect triangle. Few buildings appear on the surface, but ventilators can be seen. Civilian workers report that a subsurface facility exists. No publicity exists indicating what the role of Raco Field is, although something is there. To observers, it is an “inactive WWII base.” Location: 15 miles NW of Kincheloe Correctional Facility on Hwy 28. Bark River A large construction operation is ongoing in the Bark River, MI, area. Locals are tight-lipped. The facility is off the main highway in a wilderness area. While most of the locals say that the construction is associated with the ELF (extreme low frequency) project of world-wide communications, others suspect FEMA is involved. (Note: the ELF grid is located 100 miles NE of the Bark River area) Location: 20 miles west of Escanaba in the upper penninsula of Michigan. Bay City Sits on Saginaw Bay which connects to Lake Huron. This facility has high fencing, barbed wire and guard towers. Grayling Camp Grayling Michigan National Guard Base. Detention facility. Guards towers, razor wire. Southwest area of the state FEMA Detention facility Central part of the state FEMA Detention facility Detroit FEMA Detention facility
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