USA – I Warned You About FEMA Camps And Coffins Bought In Millions

America bought 10's of Millions of these 3 man Coffins - I warned you

America bought 10’s of Millions of these 3 man Coffins – I warned you

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNew

I have been doing blogs for MONTHS now, maybe even over a year, the blog below is from MAY 10th! I seen what many in the USA did not want to see. I tried to warn you America about the FEMA Camps, the 3 man Coffins, how your country was turning into a police state. We see today what these Coffins may be for. All I know is I seen, heard and read about today a year ago. I tried and tried and TRIED to wake up the most asleep nation on EARTH, THE USA! About impeding doom. Sadly religion and other things were too important for the here and now. Sadly I have to ask America again. Why is all this happening below.

Here is the blog below, here is the link:

There were more




Yeah, Obama signed most of these into power, but it’s someone else’s fault right?


This blog will be short and to the point and I am hoping for debate but not counting on it. I with many others around the world believe the USA is now a fascist state, but do you all know what fascism is? If not here it is

Fascism /fæʃɪzəm/ is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe. Influenced by national syndicalism, fascism originated in Italy during World War I, combining more typically right-wing positions with elements of left-wing politics, in opposition to liberalism, Marxism, and traditional conservatism. Although fascism is usually placed on the far right on the traditional left–right spectrum, several self-described fascists as well as some commentators have said that the description is inadequate, when politics and corporations come together and run a country, this is fascism, so you know now

I see every other day new things getting signed away from you in America and all I hear is “Democrat this” and Republican that” This is conqure and divide tactics you have all fallen for. You have all been tricked to dislike each other through politics and religion. I said MANY times and I mean no disrespect, it’s true, America is a very young nation, my last house was older than the USA, so as a nation, you have much to learn. Your education system is 23rd in the World, your Healthcare is 38th in the World, America is so close to becoming a 2nd world country it is untrue.

Sadly when people like me TRY HARD to get you to look up and know you can change I get told a politician you don’t like is to blame. What happened America? Where did you get lost? Over here where the other 96.5% of the world is, we look at the USA and see a war country.

America you have many good people in your boarders trying to help, your military is one of them, yet you argue over exactly what your government want you  to. These images below were made by others, every single image was made by a person like me pleading for you to wake up

Can any of you even explain this image?

Do ANY of you actually see what we see, do you care? You can change things, we did here in Europe many times

Do ANY of you actually see what we see, do you care? You can change things, we did here in Europe many times

Maybe I should just stop with these blogs because I am wasting my time, sadly I can’t because there are people there I care for. I don’t know what happened to you America but know the road ahead is treacherous and the only way back is to go forward and take the pain that is coming, because it will take this for you all to stand up. There is 100% an underground movement in the USA


The secret “American Militia, Underground Resistance

I ask you at least try to talk, wake up, educate yourself on your own county. I am a friend to many Americans, but I am sorry America, you are 3.5% of our World, Rome, USSR (The old Russia) and the English empire all fell, and at the time all held over 20% of the planet. America you can and will fall. Don’t just listen to me, research before it’s too late, please, we do care elsewhere in the World but we look and none of you seem to care and the ones who do are called “Anti-American” Your Government has done it’s job, your next home maybe here

A Fema Camp. Germany called them something else

A Fema Camp. Germany called them something else

Where the FEMA Camps are

Where the FEMA Camps are

I will leave you with disturbing images of the NEW USA 😦









Fema coffins

America bought MILLIONS of these coffins.. Why?



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POLICE STATE usa - 'THEY WON' god-damned Zio TRAITORS  DICTATOR mass-murder Commissariat

police state




Surveillance-2010-window-blinds-camera-cctv-usa-flag by Will Varner




Below, the constitution does NOT protect you, 100 miles from every border, even the sea! ?

Constitution-free zones' near border

PLEASE! Understand why I write this to you America!

PLEASE! Understand why I write this to you America!

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**BREAKING** Ebola Could Spread Globally, Obama Warns

 October 6, 2014, President Obama was briefed on the Ebola outbreak in the U.S - Very Latest

Obama has just spoken to the American people 

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

Ebola could spread globally if the world does not respond to the epidemic in Africa, Barack Obama has warned.

The President also said US monitoring of ebola must be “much more aggressive”.

He insisted the second case of an infected nurse in Dallas highlights the need to ramp up efforts to confront the disease that has struck West Africa and has reached US shores.

The President spoke after meeting top Cabinet officials involved in the ebola response both in the US and in the West African region where the disease has been spreading at alarming rates.


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Scottish Referendum Debate Rages On As Alex Salmond Threatens ‘Revenge’

Alex Salmond Reveals The White Paper For An Independent Scotland

Stepped down as 1st Minister so he could do more for Scotland

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

Alex Salmond has hinted at another referendum on Scottish independence taking place as he threatened to exact “revenge” if pledges promised by the government are not fulfilled.

As MPs in the House of Commons debated the promise of more powers for Scotland, the SNP leader accused David Cameron of “reneging” on pledges promised in the run up to the historic vote and warned there would be consequences if the No parties fail to deliver more powers for Scotland. The debate erupted into a heated clash between William Hague and Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, the latter of whom argued that “crude” Tory plans risked undermining the UK in the wake of the referendum. Salmond’s comments also came as a senior Labour MP warned that the refusal of some supporters of independence to accept the result of the 55% to 45% ‘No’ vote will “poison” politics in Scotland. Glasgow South West MP Iain Davidson, the chairman of the Commons Scotland committee, told MPs today that politicians and voters should “accept that there was a clear and decisive result”. “It appears that no form of devolution will satisfy those who are in favour of separation,” he said. “We ares starting to see not just an unhappiness about the result but an actual rejection of the result. A myth of betrayal is being put forward.” Davidson said there was now a “grievance a day mentality” on the part of the SNP and supporters of the unsuccessful ‘Yes’ campaign. “That is going to poison, potentially, Scottish politics,” he said.

But Salmond has insisted that Cameron is set on letting down Scottish nationalists.

So far, not good on his word

So far, not good on his word

“The Prime Minister started the process of reneging on the commitment when he came out of Downing Street hours after the referendum and said that progress in Scotland should be in tandem with … constitutional change in England. Even Gordon Brown is finding it difficult to stomach,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. Indicating that he did not view another referendum as completely off the agenda, he added: “What I said was that the referendum was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” he said. “My view is that constitutional referendums came along once every political generation – about every 20 years or so. “Circumstances obviously can change. Clearly, if you had a situation where three leaders made such a public vow – not even a political promise but a vow – in the last few desperate hours when they thought they were losing the referendum campaign and then reneged upon it, then that would obviously be a very, very substantial change of circumstances. “These matters ultimately are for the people of Scotland to decide. It is for the people of Scotland to decide whether it is satisfactory to be conned and tricked by Westminster leaders, or they will exact a revenge at the ballot box.”

But Leader of the House of Commons William Hague said Salmond was “almost looking for and hoping for some sense of betrayal”. The Tory minister told Today: “Let it be very clear that every commitment made by not only the Conservative but Labour and Liberal Democrat parties about what would happen if the result of the Scottish referendum was No, every commitment has so far been kept and will be.  “We have said, the Prime Minister and I have said, that those things should go in tandem. But they are not tied in the sense that one is dependent on the other. “The commitments to Scotland are unconditional and will go ahead – this is an absolute 100% clear commitment that will go ahead whatever we decide or don’t decide about England.

“But it is our view that fairness to the whole of the UK means the party should also agree on the same timetable the consequences for Scottish MPs voting on English matters. “If they can’t, then of course it will be a matter we all debate in the general election campaign. This is a democratic country. The people will decide.” Earlier, Hague clashed with Brown, who warned “nations can collapse by accident”. Brown said excluding MPs from non-English constituencies from some votes would erode the “stability and harmony of the British constitution”. “You cannot have one UK if you have two separate classes of MP,” he said. “You cannot have representatives elected by the people who are half in and half out of the law making process.” Brown has already warned that Cameron’s plans to ban Scottish MPs from voting on English laws risk breaking the “fragile” Union.



The former Labour leader said combined with plans to devolve total control over income tax to Holyrood, Cameron’s proposals were a “lethal cocktail” that could end the United Kingdom. Brown accused the PM of playing “fast and loose” with the constitution, prompting mockery from the SNP who said his input to the debate since the vote had become “increasingly surreal”. Cameron today accused Labour of “not being interested in fairness” for the UK after it decided to boycott talks on English votes for English laws. Ed Miliband’s party denounced the talks being led by Hague as “a closed-shop stitch-up” when “proper reform” is needed. But the Prime Minister rejected the suggestion that he was playing politics with the Union following the vow made to the people of Scotland during the referendum campaign. He said: “What we need is obviously more devolution for Scotland but a settlement that’s fair for the whole of the United Kingdom. “I think it’s a matter of great regret if Labour are going to walk out of this Cabinet committee which they could join in and make their suggestions. “But obviously they are not interested in fairness across the United Kingdom so we will have to work hard with other partners to make sure we deliver.”

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CDC, USA: Second Texas health care worker with Ebola traveled to Ohio

CDC: Ebola patient shouldn't have flown

CDC: Ebola patient shouldn’t have flown

(CNN) — The second Dallas health care worker who was found to have the Ebola virus should not have boarded a commercial jet Monday, health officials say. Because she had helped care for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, and because another health worker who cared for Duncan had been diagnosed with Ebola, the worker was not allowed to travel on a commercial plane with other people, said Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The worker had a temperature of 99.5 Fahrenheit (37.5 Celsius) before she boarded her flight, he added. Health care workers who had been exposed to Duncan were undergoing self-monitoring. They were allowed to travel but not on a commercial plane with other people, Frieden said.

Moving forward, the CDC will ensure that no one else in such a situation travels outside of a closed environment, he said. The worker is Amber Vinson, 29, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. She was confirmed to have Ebola overnight. Now, she will be transferred from the Dallas hospital to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, which has successfully treated two other patients. It is now treating a third: a male health care worker who was infected in Sierra Leone. Vinson is “ill but clinically stable,” Frieden said. The first Dallas health care worker with Ebola, Nina Pham, is in “improved condition,” Frieden said. It has not been determined whether she will be transferred to another facility. Both Dallas health workers had “extensive contact” with Duncan on October 28-30, when he had “extensive production of body fluids” such as vomit and diarrhea, Frieden told reporters in a conference call.

CDC wants to interview passengers

The risk of exposure to the passengers who were on the plane with Vinson is low, since she did not yet have symptoms, health officials said Wednesday. The Ebola virus is not contagious before symptoms set in. Still, the CDC wants to interview all 132 passengers who were on the plane with her. “Because of the proximity in time between the evening flight and first report of illness the following morning, CDC is reaching out to passengers who flew on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth Oct. 13,” the CDC said in a statement. The flight landed Monday at 8:16 p.m. CT. The woman “exhibited no symptoms or sign of illness while on Flight 1143, according to the crew,” Frontier Airlines said in a statement. Vinson flew from Dallas-Fort Worth to Cleveland a week ago, on October 8, said Toinette Parrilla, director of the Cleveland Department of Public Health. Frontier Airlines, however, said she traveled to Ohio on October 10 — and specifically asked people who may have been on a flight on that date to contact the CDC at 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636). The CDC, in a joint news release with Frontier, said it wanted to speak only with passengers on the October 13 flight. The CDC later confirmed to CNN that it is “only interested” in the passengers on Flight 1143. The October 13 flight was cleaned thoroughly after it landed, “per our normal procedures which is consistent with CDC guidelines,” the airline said. After the airline was informed of the Ebola patient, the plane was removed from service. After going through decontamination, the plane was going back into service on Wednesday, Ricky Smith, Cleveland’s Director of Port Control, said at a news conference. Both the CDC and the airline were comfortable that it was safe to resume operations, he said.

In a sign of growing concerns about Ebola, President Barack Obama canceled trips to New Jersey and Connecticut on Wednesday to convene a meeting at the White House of Cabinet agencies coordinating the government’s response to the outbreak.

Hospital denies ‘institutional problem’

Vinson, who lives alone, is in isolation at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. The news that she contracted Ebola cast further doubt on the hospital’s ability to handle the virus and protect employees. It’s the same hospital that initially sent Duncan home, even though he had a fever and had traveled from West Africa. By the time he returned to the hospital, his symptoms had worsened. He died while being treated by medical staff, including the two women who have contracted the disease. “I don’t think we have a systematic institutional problem,” Dr. Daniel Varga, chief clinical officer of Texas Health Resources, told reporters, facing questions about the hospital’s actions. Medical staff “may have done some things differently with the benefit of what we know today,” he said, adding, “no one wants to get this right more than our hospital.” People in the Vinson’s office building were informed when officials went door to door, and also through early morning reverse 911 calls, officials said. The health care worker had no pets, authorities said.

More than 120 being monitored

Seventy-five health care workers in Dallas are being monitored for any Ebola symptoms, Varga said. Separately, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, who is overseeing the response efforts, said 48 other people in the community still are being monitored after having contact with Duncan, who was Dallas’ first Ebola patient. Those 48 are asymptomatic, and Sunday will mark the end of the window in which they could get sick. The second worker reported a fever Tuesday and was immediately isolated, health department spokeswoman Carrie Williams said. The virus is not contagious before there are symptoms. A preliminary Ebola test was done late Tuesday at the state public health laboratory in Austin, and the results came back around midnight. A second test will be conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.  “Health officials have interviewed the latest patient to quickly identify any contacts or potential exposures, and those people will be monitored,” the health department said. The worker’s apartment and car will be cleaned Wednesday, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said.

Official: Duncan should have been moved

An official close to the situation says that in hindsight, Duncan should have been transferred immediately to either Emory University Hospital in Atlanta or Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Those hospitals are among only four in the country that have biocontainment units and have been preparing for years to treat a highly infectious disease like Ebola. “If we knew then what we know now about this hospital’s ability to safely care for these patients, then we would have transferred him to Emory or Nebraska,” the official told CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen. “I think there are hospitals that are more than ready, but I think there are some that are not.”

Troubling allegations

Also Tuesday, National Nurses United made troubling allegations about the hospital, claiming “guidelines were constantly changing” and “there were no protocols” about how to deal with the deadly virus.” “The protocols that should have been in place in Dallas were not in place, and that those protocols are not in place anywhere in the United States as far as we can tell,” NNU Executive Director RoseAnn DeMoro said. “We’re deeply alarmed.” Nurses were told to wrap their necks with medical tape when equipment left their necks exposed; they felt unsupported and unprepared, and they received no hands-on training, union co-president Deborah Burger said. A Texas Health Presbyterian spokesman did not respond to the specific allegations but said patient and employee safety is the hospital’s top priority.

Global epidemic

While the Texas hospital deals with its third Ebola patient, the situation in West Africa is getting increasingly dire. A total of 4,493 people are confirmed to have died from Ebola this year, from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain and the United States, the World Health Organization said Wednesday. There could be 10,000 new Ebola cases per week in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea by the end of this year as the outbreak spreads, the WHO warned Tuesday.