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FEMA Censors Information About Bizarre “Zombie UFO Crash” Exercise

In News on March 7, 2013 at 8:55 AM

Zombie Apocalypse & FEMA


Information pertaining to a bizarre FEMA exercise based around a fictional “zombie UFO crash” in Idaho has been censored after criticism that the drill was a waste of money.

The exercise, scheduled to take place on the 27th of April in the city of Moscow, Latah County, will involve all first responders in the county as well as surrounding counties, in addition to Community Emergency Response Teams under the auspices of FEMA.

The drill will be centered around “2 scenarios: mass casualty and a rope rescue,” and will include a total of 100 participants.

David Lorry Vanderbeek, a candidate for Governor of Nevada, contacted Latah County CERT representative Sandy Collins asking for more information on the drill, but received no response.

“Do the leaders of our nation believe in UFOs and zombies really?” asked Vanderbeek. “If so, what is their proof? They must have proof in order to spend money on drills? If they have proof, they must provide it to the general public? What is the threat? How imminent is it?”

After Vanderbeek published an article on the issue, FEMA scrubbed details of the exercise from their website. You can still view it through Google Cache, also archived here, and screenshot here.

This is not the first time that the federal government has invoked zombies as part of its preparedness programs. In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) produced material based around fictional zombie attack, noting, “If you are generally well equipped to deal with a zombie apocalypse you will be prepared for a hurricane, pandemic, earthquake, or terrorist attack.”

In September 2012, the Department of Homeland Security got in on the act, calling for citizens to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse, an approach DHS officials said was a good way of encouraging Americans to prepare for natural disasters, pandemics or terrorist attacks.

In October last year, US Marines and Navy special-operations forces took part in a DHS drill on an island off the coast of San Diego based around the premise of a zombie invasion. The exercise was also attended by former Central Intelligence Agency director Michael Hayden.

The exercise involved 1,000 US military personnel, police and other officials repelling a “zombie apocalypse,” which officials claimed was a “whimsical” spin on a standard anti-terror drill.

Oklahoma Republican Sen. Tom Coburn later criticized the event as a waste of money, noting that it did “little to discourage potential terrorists.”

And just last month there was a bizarre exchange in Canadian Parliament when NDP MP Pat Martin questioned Foreign Minister John Baird on whether Canada was ready to fend off a U.S. zombie invasion.

Speculation has raged about why the federal government and the military is really training to fight “zombies,” with some concerned that the drills are a way to desensitize troops against killing or subduing large numbers of people during an emergency or extreme civil unrest.

FEMA - Zombie UFO Crash Disaster Full-Scale Exercise (Screenshot)

Via InfoWars h/t David Lory VanDerBeek

  1. bill- so right and so sad!!!!!! welcome to obamastan!! fubo fubar and flush!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Hello,

    Having been in the military, calling it a Zombie Attack seemed to me to be a good way to have participants be more interested in an exercise that is normally very boring (riding for hours in bouncy vehicles with no windows, waiting for hours in a warehouse or a forest with bad bathroom facilities, bad smelling water from a canteen, being cold and damp or hot and sweating, and so forth). Then, jump up and run over there, then wait for hours, then jump up and run back to where you were. Zombies would make it almost fun.

    Then I read the line about de-sensitizing the military to the idea of shooting citizens. That awakened me. It fits with the Department of Homeland Security buying two million dollars worth of targets depicting Caucasian women, Caucasian children, Caucasian pregnant women and Caucasian old men. And buying enough hollow-point bullets to shoot each Caucasian citizen in the United States ten times. And the Department of Homeland Security buying thousands of fully automatic rifles and armored mine-resistant personnel carriers. And the Washington DC announcement that they are making a secret list of citizens that they are going to target with drones.

    This whole thing is pointing to a war against Caucasians by Washington DC.

    It makes me want to run out and buy more ammo. Oops – the store shelves are empty of guns and ammo.

    Thank you,
    Bill Moore


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