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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Wake up America: Fireman Speaks Out! 300 Body Bags And Ebola HAZMAT Suits – What’s Coming Our Way? Louisiana Governor Signs Ebola Executive Order!

I was wondering why we aren't hearing more about Ebola, they are putting a lid on it!



Wake up America: Fireman Speaks Out! 300 Body Bags And Ebola HAZMAT Suits – What’s Coming Our Way? Louisiana Governor Signs Ebola Executive Order!



Fireman Speaks Out! 300 Body Bags And Ebola HAZMAT Suits – What’s Coming Our Way? Louisiana Governor Signs Ebola Executive Order!hare on linkedin






The video below featuring a public service person from the Denham Springs, Louisiana fire department is mind-blowing and gives the public a taste of what’s going on behind the scenes and uncensored. In this video just released by Michael DiBari we learn that this particular SMALL fire department will be receiving 300 body bags and Ebola HAZMAT suits…what this person tells our videographer at 3 minutes 30 seconds into the video about a certified NSA letter received by the fire department will send chills up your spines. Coincidentally, or not, Lousiana Governor Bobby Jindal just signed an Ebola executive order for the state of Louisiana.

From InfoWars.com excerpt: Just yesterday we highlighted how the National Institutes of Health had issued a solicitation to secure face masks, shoe covers, lab coats and coveralls, claiming they would be used for future animal testing. The solicitation included suspicious wording suggesting an “emergency/disaster event” is imminent. Last month we also reported on a bulk order for 160,000 Hazmat suits placed by the U.S. State Department through industrial clothing supplier Lakeland Industries, which the company then used as encouragement for protective apparel companies to increase output. The large orders follow a list of recommendations sent out to funeral homes across the nation last month from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, instructing funeral workers to wear protective gear while handling the bodies of Ebola victims, “as well as warning them not to carry out autopsies or to embalm corpses,” according to Paul Joseph Watson.

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