Are They Testing for Zika or Citizen’s Will to Resist?

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Testing for Zika or citizen’s will to resist?

You remember the Boston Marathon bombing and how militarized police went door to door, threw families out of their homes at the point of a gun, and performed warrantless searches. You have to ask yourself that considering just how long it usually takes the police to get their act together under normal circumstances, just how were they able to instantly assemble all that men and material? Seems like the Feds are at it again . . . Are they testing for Zika or citizen’s will to resist?

Martial Law Exercise? Feds Going Door-To-Door In Florida Asking For Urine Samples Amid Zika Outbreak

From SHTF plan by Mac Slavo

Officials have said that at least four people in Florida have contracted the Zika virus and warn that the virus now appears to be spreading domestically either through contact with mosquitoes or direct human-to-human transmission. Until recently, the virus only appeared in individuals infected outside of the United States, primarily in South America.

In an alarming development, according to CNN, federal, state and local officials have been deployed to canvas neighborhoods in Florida. The stated purpose is to ask questions, request urine samples and determine the spread of the virus.

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As noted by Erin Elizabeth of it is not clear whether officials are asking or “demanding” these samples.

Folks, you read this correctly. The feds and other local authorities are going DOOR TO DOOR to private residences asking (demanding?) urine samples.

What if a resident does not comply?  What else are they testing for? Would you comply?

I can tell you right now I am not giving any local or federal agent my urine. If arrest were the alternative then let them arrest me. I have nothing to hide, but no way would I submit to such a test if the feds showed up at my door. Some experts I’m speaking with are saying they’re asking for urine under the guise of “Zika virus” when it is, in fact, for something much more sinister. This is very disturbing to me.

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Given that Zika is not necessarily life threatening, and no actual captured mosquitoes in Florida have been shown to be carrying the virus, it is unclear why officials found it necessary to deploy teams to personal residences.

Perhaps they are doing it out of an abundance of caution, though for the reasons cited above that makes little sense.

One possible reason behind the moves is that, per President Obama’s Executive Order #13707 entitled Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People, the government is using this crisis as an opportunity to collect behavioral data on how residents respond to government officials knocking on their doors. . . . (more)

Highway Robbery: Cops Steal Debit Card Cash

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Cops steal debit card cash. Image Credits: By User:Harrihealey02, Wikimedia Commons

Cops steal debit card cash: Cops are famous for stealing any cash a driver may be carrying, even if you have a receipt to prove you just withdrew it from the bank. But now they’re going one step further and stealing it from your debit card right at the roadside with machines designed to do just that.

Asset Forfeiture: Oklahoma Cops Can Seize Your Debit Cards

From The Daily Sheeple by Joshua Krause

By now you’ve probably heard about civil asset forfeiture laws, which allow law enforcement to seize cash and belongings on the mere suspicion that they may be connected to illegal activity. No criminal conviction is required to seize these assets, and in most cases, taking the government to court to get your money back will cost more than what was lost.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, the state of Oklahoma has made this situation even worse. Police agencies in that state are now equipped with ERADs, or “Electronic Recovery and Access to Data” machines. These devices are capable of confiscating any money you have on a prepaid debit card, and they can also scan ordinary debit and credit cards, giving the officer some of the information on those cards. Which begs the question, will they be able able to pilfer your bank account from the side of the road in the near future? . . . (more)