New York City has been hit. A popular Tourist location. A large number Americans pass through New York City at least once in their life, but that will change. At least for now. The government and well-known politicians are discussing the implementation of mandatory quarantine. And partially, that would be a good thing. In a reality, in which the patent for the pathogen (Towner, Oct 24, 2008) is not owned by the United States government and the quarantine is not politically motivated. Those that remember the film “Escape From New York” can most likely imagine a scenario, in which the population with New York City would cut off from the remainder of the United States and left to fend for itself. The former British Independence Forts, such as Alcatraz, Liberty Island, Manhattan, Plumb Island and so forth, which are almost entirely federally owned, present highly fortifiable locations in the event of a nationwide spread. These locations are easily sealed off from the public and can be maintained independently from the rest of the country.
A mandatory quarantine provides an opportunity that allows for a lockdown that stretches across America with increased control over the average population. At first, the notion of quarantine appears reasonable, however, the departments in charge of those affairs are not commonly known for their humanistic touch, but more for their WW2, concentration camp style medical facilities. The dream of any diabolical scientist and dictator. They have already been accused of mistreatment and brutality, before the national spread of the disease. This can be referenced through any major natural disaster or catastrophe that has occurred throughout the United States over the last forty years. The overgrown wilderness that separates New York City from the rest of America, allows it to severed easily. Apart from a cow in the middle of the road and a lonesome New York farmer, the outskirts are vast empty spaces. However, its “neighbour” Washington DC remains functional throughout the beginning stages of a small outbreak. Thus the disease has not yet become severe enough to facilitate the lockdown the country, merely independent States at a time. This strategic spread of various strains of the Ebola pathogen suggests the implementation of a fail-safe within the plan. The case of the child that affected by the virus in Texas merely represents another strategic location that would result in the closing of borders. However, before that point, illegal immigrants are also likely to contract the disease and attempt to remain in hiding, which further compromises lives. Once a border town and the Big Apple has been affected, the Pacific North West of the United States represents a highly likely target. A small village in the Deadlands of America. The type of X-Files town in the middle of nowhere that sold out to Twilight. Once the third location has become affected, a closing of borders would become more probable. However, this also ensures that the disease has been introduced at three geographically wide spread locations for the effects of maximum contamination and containment. The containment itself would result in an increasing mortality rate, as the true agenda behind such an engineered pathogen surfaces. Depopulation and Control.
Anthropologists uncovered a series of mass graves filled with the human remains of immigrants stuffed into shopping and garbage bags in a county-owned section of a cemetery in South Texas. Now, a local politician is calling for an inquiry. The group of anthropology researchers is made of professors and students from the University of Indianapolis and Baylor University, who are working on the Reuniting Families project. The multi-year project seeks to identify the bodies of the hundreds of undocumented immigrants who died (usually from exposure in the 100-degree-plus heat) while crossing the Texas-Mexico border over the last few years. They resumed work two weeks ago, exhuming 52 plots in a Brooks County-owned section of the Sacred Heart Burial Park in Falfurrias. In those plots, they found the remains of multiple people instead of just one. In one burial plot, bones of three bodies were inside one body bag. In another instance, there were at least five people in body bags and smaller plastic bags were piled on top of each other, Baylor University anthropologist Lori Baker said to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Skulls were found in biohazard bags — like the red plastic bags in receptacles at doctors’ offices — placed between coffins. “To me it’s just as shocking as the mass grave that you would picture in your head, and it’s just as disrespectful,” Krista Latham, a forensic anthropologist at the University of Indianapolis, said to the Caller-Times. Due to the commingling of remains, the researchers are unable to determine the total number of people buried in the 52 plots. County Judge Raul Ramirez told the Caller-Times that, for at least 16 years, Brooks County paid the local funeral home, Funeraria del Angel Howard-Williams, to bury the bodies after they were discovered in the remote areas of the county’s brush country. The funeral home currently charges $450 to handle each body, Brooks County Chief Deputy Benny Martinez said. The funeral home has “certain records related to these burials, but this does not amount to confirmation that Howard-Williams was involved in depositing the remains in the manner the researchers described” Houston-based Service Corporation International (the parent company of Howard-Williams since 1999) spokeswoman Jennifer McDunn told the Corpus newspaper in an e-mail. “Because of the sensitive nature of our business, it is not our general practice to share our records publicly, no matter the decedent or the family we serve.” McDunn said. After the discovery became known, Democratic state Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa called for the district’s attorney general to open a criminal investigation by the Texas Rangers, the Caller-Times reported. “This is too serious of a wrongdoing,” he said. “It is horrible, and any human being deserves a burial of respect and dignity,” Hinojosa went on. “I’m appalled at the number of bodies just left in body bags and, in many instances, more than one body in one bag. That’s not right. We need to get to the bottom of the situation.” Various Texas laws and regulations require records be kept for burials, set minimum burial depths, require certain containers and prohibit mass burials in some instances, according to the Caller-Times. “When I see that more than likely this was done by a funeral home, well, they’re supposed to be aware of the regulations and what they’re supposed to do and how they’re supposed to do it,” 79th Judicial District Attorney Carlos Omar Garcia said to the Corpus paper.Chief Deputy County Clerk Elva Ray Silvas said the county courthouse held no records of burials except for an assessment of grave markers performed by a volunteer group in 2000.