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Zombies in the News: Infection or Perception?

5 Jun

In just one week there were five different incidents of cannibalism, with only four of them being actual crimes.  While cannibalism is believed to have existed since ancient times, it is not something that is reported so often that it is no longer shocking and disturbing to most people.  So why are we seeing more gruesome attacks, zombies in the movies, zombie survival websites, and a zombie survival guide and zombie novella/comic (both were created by the Center for Disease Control [CDC], something many people do not realize)?  And why is the government pushing Disaster Preparedness?   It has trickled down to the lowest level of governments.  I have seen announcements in the town newspaper about FEMA and their new designated shelters, schools all over the country hold terrorism and disaster drills,  some schools practicing them monthly. Are they conditioning our children to be less shocked by a disaster?  You could go deep down the “why” and “what if” conspiracy hole and get no where, so we’ll just have to keep paying attention and see what evidence we can find to substantiate any theories.

The elites are preparing too, with underground bunkers and super seed vaults.  I have seen websites advertising bunkers.  Take a look at terravivos.com.  They have homes in an underground resort.  This  is supposedly a recording of someone calling one of these bunker businesses.

So what is the government expecting?  Is it something specific, or are they acknowledging that the world is at a dangerous, crucial point in time that may take us to a reality we’ve never before known?  Are they just being cautious, and the zombie theme that has become so prevalent in pop culture is just a coincidence?

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