The Enterovirus D68 and President Obama’s Executive Order #13295…

Enterovirus Obama

The True Story Of Enterovirus D68 is Not A Story of Surprise

Back in July of 2014 we outlined how the “surprise influx” of Unaccompanied Alien Children from Central America was not in actuality “a surprise”.  We knew it was not a surprise because the Obama Administration was specifically pre-planning for an influx a full seven months before the story began to reach the headlines:

On January 29th of this year, the federal government posted an advertisement seeking bids for a vendor contract to handle “Unaccompanied Alien Children“.

Not just any contract mind you, but a very specific contract – for a very specific number of unaccompanied minors: 65,000.

Obviously the key take-away was:  How could DHS and HHS claim a surprise when they were specifically looking for contractors to handle a very specific number of UAC’s seven month earlier?

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Immediately we knew a few things.  First, we knew it wasn’t a surprise.  Second, we know this administration never lets a crisis go to waste.   The UAC crisis was soon framed as a ‘humanitarian crisis’ to position a more favorable outcome for comprehensive immigration reform.  It almost worked.


uac graph 2

Further research showed how in 2013 the administration projected the exact outcome as a result of broad policies they were pushing throughout Central America.

But something else happened in conjunction with that administration review.   A study was conducted of virus strains throughout Central America; specifically relating to strains of respiratory diseases in the exact same Central American countries.

Human rhinoviruses and enteroviruses in influenza-like illness in Latin America

EV-D68 Central American Countries

Look at the countries where 3,665 virus test subjects were reviewed.   These are the exact same countries where the UAC’s originated.  The test subjects were all Central American children tested for the respiratory disease now known as Enterovirus D68, or EV-D68.

Without getting too wonky on the virology aspect – essentially the same viral strain currently infecting children throughout the U.S. was identified within the test subjects.

EV-D68 Central American Strain

We cannot over-emphasize the significance here.  The specific strain of respiratory virus, currently being chased by the CDC throughout the U.S. outbreak, EV-D68, was first identified in 2013 within the exact same countries where the UAC’s have traveled from.

By itself that’s damning evidence of outbreak origination.   However, when you overlay the map of UAC disbursal to the map of U.S. outbreak locations it becomes almost irrefutable.  The UAC’s brought the resistant strain of EV-D68 virus to the U.S.

However, that’s not the part of the story we are highlighting here.

The VIROLOGY study was published IN THE EXACT SAME MONTH as the anticipated UAC migration predictions for 2014.   Both data sets absorbed within the body politic in October of 2013.

The Virological Study timeline was:

Received: 22 March 2013
Accepted: 31 July 2013
Published: 11 October 2013

Before continuing let’s recap:

•  The UAC’s were known to be coming.   •  The UAC’s were known to carry a risk of introducing uncommon strains of respiratory virus.  • And the strain of virus is the same as the EV-D68 currently being dealt with.

Now, remember the “Bathtub Principle”, and place yourself within the administration.

You know an influx of Illegal Children are: A) expected as a result of your policies, and, B) with the potential to expose American children and U.S. communities to Central American enterovirus.

How do you avoid the risk of sunlight?

How do you avoid damage to your overall agenda if thousands of American school children suddenly become sick as a result of a reckless open border policy that you advance?

How do you avoid the political risk?

Denis McDonough


(Global Research) […] The Obama executive order, titled Revised List of Quarantinable Communicable Diseases, amends executive order 13295, passed by George W. Bush in April 2003, which allows for the, “apprehension, detention, or conditional release of individuals to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of suspected communicable diseases.”

The amendment signed by Obama replaces subsection (b) of the original Bush executive order which referred only to SARS. Obama’s amendment allows for the detention of Americans who display,

“Severe acute respiratory syndromes, which are diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.” (link)

Many people have attributed the Obama Executive Order to the fear within the Ebola crisis.  Our research does not find that correlation.

What is far more likely is that the Ebola Crisis became a good cover (“never let a crisis go to waste“) for the quarantine contingency plan which was already in place.

This executive order was signed, July 31st 2014, well before the Ebola Crisis reached a point where the World Health Organization sounded the alarm bells; and before it reached the point of daily briefing for President Obama.

• The administration knew the Children were coming, • they knew a respiratory biological outbreak was possible, • and they knew quarantine would possibly be needed as a containment tool.

However, in addition, there would be a risk of “Hot Zone Identification” if the U.S./Mexico border region was the only proximity where the EV-D68 outbreaks were known to be occurring.

From the CDC Website:

CDC is prioritizing testing of specimens from children with severe respiratory illness. Of the specimens tested by CDC lab, about half have tested positive for EV-D68.

The primary reason for increases in cases is that several states are investigating clusters of people with severe respiratory illness, and specimens are still being tested for EV-D68. It can take a while to test specimens and obtain lab results. (link)

How to dilute that risk?

Enter “The Bathtub Principle”= Transfer the EV-D68 (UAC) carriers throughout the country to dilute the origin of the outbreak.

uac interactive map 10-5-14

It’s the same dilution approach taken with the risk of next-gen Surface-to-Air missiles, or MANPADS, being exposed as shipped into Libya/Syria as a result of Obama administration policy.  By allowing known U.S. arms in Iraq to fall into enemy hands the unknown source risk (covert Libya/Syria shipments) is diluted/hidden.

Never let a good crisis go to waste, even if you have to create the crisis“.

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  1. And another American child, 18 mos. old this time, succumbs to EV-D68. The little boy from New Jersey was the first-born in a set of triplets. According to the AP article I read, this was the 2nd AMERICAN child to die. If this is correct, I assume it means the other child deaths were of UACs?? I don’t recall seeing that pointed out previously.

    Living in Texas, Houston specifically, we have a huge melting pot of people and we see our share of Hispanic illegals – they’re very easy to identify. In conversations with my husband over the last several years the topic of emergence of previously eradicated or controlled diseases has come up regularly. We have an elementary school aged child and it has been a fear of ours. Well, here we go…

    This is very scary. I fear this is just the first such disease to rear its ugly head, too. No telling what else these UACs are bringing into our country. I shudder to think.

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  2. As to the actual topic of this post – you are dead on. The Administration created this crisis and laid plans well in advance. The evidence is glaring. This POTUS should be charged with treason. He is an enemy of the state, no doubt about it. He cannot even perform the most basic of duties as president. His duty to protect the lives of Americans has been an abysmal failure on so many fronts. No telling how many lives will be lost domestically due to his refusal to protect us from invaders and terrorists – domestic and foreign. This does not take into account the lives lost on foreign soil.

    And Gwyneth Paltrow thinks it would be grand if he could just be “elected forever” or made King, Dictator, whatever you choose to call it. What an idiot.

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  4. Okay I get the “Ebola Panic” is just a cover to hide this EV D68, but please apply some statistical analysis to your outbreak studies. I am too out of practice to do so. If this can be proven to scientific standards, (i.e. more valid than secondhand smoke studies) you have really stumbled onto something.

    I fear you could be right , I also foresee what that means in who may be held responsible for the deaths of some American children and what could occur from that. Very dangerous ground you travel, try to have math on your side.


  5. ctdar says:

    McDonough looks like an addict.


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  7. czarowniczy says:

    Enterovirus, Ebola, HIV, drug-resistant TB – anyone in the Federal government got a plan for bringing in any HEALTHY immigrants (got that one right, ZMike)?

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    • Anubis. says:

      They arrested the Blond Cambridge graduate that speaks 5 languages and is married to a US veteran when she crossed the southern border after waiting for years to get permission to come to the US. Maybe if she said she was scum from Liberia she would have gotten approved in days.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Or from Latin America where she could have gotten a 1st class flight on Air Obama right to a welfare office, drivers license bureau and motor voter booth


    • peachteachr says:

      By our standards, there are no healthy immigrants from these 3rd world countries.


  8. Hughes Angell says:

    The Washington Post last Sunday had an article that gave a good summary of Obama’s briefings and activity in regards to Ebola. As I recall he was not being briefed on it until August after Dr. Ken Brantly became infected and a decision had to be made regarding bring him back to the US. Later the head of the World Bank ( a doctor) held a meeting in which Obama participated by video and it was Ken Brantly, by then recovered, who brought up the idea of sending the US military in sometime in mid September but all of this was well after the E.O.


    • czarowniczy says:

      With all due respect to the Wash Post (raspberry sound), we all know how truthful the WH has been about who knew what when. This POtuS makes Nixon look like a piker.

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      • Anton says:

        Obama is all about plausible deniability …he was busy… he golfs, he read it in the paper, heard it on the news …he is directing the traffic while taking cover. EBOLA is a distraction while America is being invaded, while a fraud president has opened our borders to invasion by illegals and disease …Obama is stacking the deck against America with his new army of illegals and entitlement thieves –no different than a Trojan horse

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Our first black Alfred E, Neuman president – ‘what, me worry? That was the Bush administration’s fault’.

          Many major liberal/progressive poster programs initiated and each one proving to be, just as we thought they’d be, an unmitigated disaster. Let’s see what he does with St Louis/Ferguson inhis domestic destabilization plan.


    • Lucille says:

      Could you give a link to whatever article/video you saw which indicated Dr. Brantly suggested sending in the US military? I don’t remember seeing it announced that Brantly was interacting with Obama. If so, Samaritan’s Purse will NEVER get another dime from me. If you can provide the link, I will contact Samaritan’s Purse and ask what’s up. Thanks.


      • Lucille says:

        Wow, where was I that I didn’t know Dr. Brantly testified in front of Congress on September 16th and said he and Obola (Brantly disgustingly said it was a privilege and honor to meet him!!) discussed using the military. And the photo of Brantly, his wife and Obola grinning at each other made me want to puke! The next missive I receive from SP will get a note in return refusing to donate ever again to their organization for any reason.

        What are the odds that Obola closes the borders OUT of the country so we can’t escape? I wouldn’t put it past that traitor. Perhaps other countries will refuse us entry, too. My mind is running wild with all the possibilities.


  9. czarowniczy says:

    BTW, y’all thinking of buying a pocket face mask for protection from the various viruses the Feds have introduced, LOOK CAREFULLY AT THE SMALLEST PARTICLE THE MASK CAN FILTER and then look at the virus sizes you are interested in filtering. There are sites that will convert nanometers, inches or whatever different scales the mask manufacturer uses so that you can get an idea of what will get filtered and what will march right through. I say this because twice over the last few years ago one of the public school grads who was responsible for issuing us protective face masks for a particularly dirty assignment gave us mask that would pass 80s Cold War Yugoslavian autos, never mind pathogens. Always check and also leave a note for your next-of-kin as to whom you bought the masks from so that if they’ve lied the NOK can go all Old Testament all over them. I’ve made the latter part of my will.

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    • carterzest says:

      this is the one tinfoil hat? Face masks are the one thing that I have NOT YET INVESTED IN. I have heard some good thing about using vacuum filters if you cannot find regular ones. Would love to see some linkage of ones other folks are purchasing. 😉

      I have 20 gallons of bleach.
      3 months of dry food so far( is a pretty good resource. Working on this one every paycheck.):

      and a good supply of LIfestraw water purifiers:(2 family units and 4 individual straws)
      Great for camping, emergency kits in cars, bugout bags and just the house stash in case you have to boil your tap water) I need a few more of them.

      Not to be too tinfoly, but, folks, post up what you are investing in.

      Thanks in advance.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        My opinion:
        Masks are handy as they provide an assist as you weave your way through the throngs of mobile petri dishes who’ll stand tween you and free air. They also help screen miscellaneous crap like smoke and dust. Post-Katrina, stuff they didn’t show on TV, there was a thick crust of crud the flood left, It was composed of everything the waters picked up (sewerage, dead animals/bodies, petro products, plain old mud, you name it) and the foot/vehicular traffic ground it up into a flour-fine dust that raised hell with your lung, sinuses and stomach. That was one of the reasons we wore masks when we could get them when we had to work crusty areas. Don’t forget goggles that will seal against your face as Ebola, ditto other viruses too, can get in through your eyes.
        Best thing I can think of vis-à-vis a bugout is: do you really have a place to go? Don’t expect rural folk to welcome you with open arms, especially rural LEA. Also look for a reliable source of water – I know more than one person who’s discovered that the stream on their bugout paradise is seasonal. The mass evac from the New Orleans area for Katrina was an eye opener, for me and LEA for many MANY miles around. Traffic jams as one car broke down and no one could get to or around the breakdown, cars that made daily urban hops overheating, running out of gas, otherwise going tango uniform and creating huge backups that took the better part of the day to clear. Cops had interchanges that led to towns where people wanted to sit out the storm closed tight. Gas stations along the interstates ran out of gas and had no way to get more in. Like a giant ripple emanating from New Orleans the stores and restaurants 10, 20, 30, 40 and more miles out ran out of food quickly with, again, limited if any way to get more in. Lots of people who’d rented rooms for a week thinking they’d be back in town in no time found themselves out of a place to stay when management wouldn’t renew their rooms at the same prices as it was a bidder’s market now.
        I don’t think bugout anymore as I’m here, though before I was here but still owned here I had stuff stashed here. KISS, keep it backpackable and try to find a non-battery backup device (crank flashlight, crank radio) for battery items. Those solar chargers for cell phones are neat too – wish we’d have had them when the power went out for two months.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Forgot: if you are looking at those cheap Chinese rechargeable AA,AAA,C,D, etc batteries on eBay, forget about it. Buy the US name brands in the supermarket/big-box stores. The quality rechargeable batteries have teensie circuits built in that control the battery’s charge/discharge cycles and the Chinese ones you can by generally don’t have them. One of their AAAs, for example, charge to a higher voltage and discharge (you turn you device on with one in it) at a higher rate so you can burn out your equipment. I found that out when I bought some rechargeable CR123A batteries from a Chinese distributor and they burned out bulb after bulb in the tactical light on my shotgun. I contacted the dealer who told me what the problem was, apologized profusely and sent me a few new bulbs rated for 12 volts instead of the regular 9 and a neat new CREE focusable flashlight. Live and learn.

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        • During Katrina we had a home in Mandeville and we own a small commercial diving business based out of Covington. When Katrina hit I was en route from West Virginia home. I had my Mom with me – the rest of the family was in Mandeville and/or Lafayette. My then fiance took my daughter and they went to Lafayette the morning of the storm, as it was beginning to roll in. He was going to “ride it out” and then, at my urging, decided to leave. He attempted it in the afternoon and couldn’t even get to the Interstate. Traffic was at a dead standstill. I called the State Police at about 3:30 a.m. and asked what the expected time to Lafayette from Mandeville was and they told me 2 hours. I called my fiance, they got in the vehicle and drove straight through.

          We decided to return to Mandeville about 3 days after the storm. It was a ghost town and there were signs making it clear you were on your own – no police or emergency services. We “camped out” at our house with the help of a generator and then returned to Lafayette the next day. Within a week we began getting inundated with calls for work to do clean-up in the GOM, mainly reburying pipeline that was ripped up during the storm. We were forced to stay in Mandeville from that point forward. There were only a couple of places open to eat (about 3 weeks in) and they quickly ran out of food. There was one gas station that re-opened about 3 weeks in – and the gas prices had doubled. We were having a horrible time attempting to find places to house our divers coming in to go out on jobs and ended up having to rent a house and turn it into a bunkhouse – in Ponchatoula.

          Our house, which was in the Greenleaves subdivision in Mandeville, came through the storm unscathed other than some roof damage – we were very lucky. A 2 1/2 foot Red Oak snapped right at roof level but fell across the street instead of on the house. Many, many houses in our neighborhood were destroyed by falling trees – and the entire place looked like a war zone.

          Of particular note – we down at Lakefront park one evening about 2 weeks in and the smell was unbelievable. It was coming from New Orleans and reaching us all the way across Lake Pontchartrain. We had to go into New Orleans within several days of the storm to do a clean out for Oschner Hospital in the Mississippi River and I remember, then, the smell was unreal even then. We saw people pushing shopping carts through the streets looking completely shell-shocked. It was surreal.

          We learned much about emergency preparedness during Katrina.


          • czarowniczy says:

            Yep, the storm itself was not that big of a deal, had the levees not failed and the surge come in through Chalmette we’d have been back to business in days. The flooding caused over 90% of the damage, not the wind/rain.
            Katrina is a perfect modern example of the government at all levels to do much more than blow smoke – the Feds did get some control/help in but that was largely due to the Army coming in, plugging the holes in the levees and riding herd on the ignorant a******s in FEMA – who, by the way, were probably the 2nd leading cause of misery after the storm.
            All ye deniers who believe that the government will come to your aid after a major event should look at FEMA’s response post-Katrina and Sandy. In the former case they were charged with that job and had over a decade to get it straight. Post-K they had years to look at their K screwups and still repeated many of them.
            Yeah, I was coughing stuff up out of my lungs for months after the place dried out in lateish September. My already New Orleans damaged sinuses are still a mess and it will take surgery to clean them out (I’m a procrastinator). People forget about what kind of hell just a small flood can cause when all of that nasty stuff we keep hidden underground floats above ground for a visit – back to teh tread on masks and rubber boots.


            • I mentioned be en route from WV to LA when the storm hit, with my Mom for a reason then forgot to elaborate – we were in Memphis, TN the day after the storm, having spent the night on the road. My Mom, who had had a problem with a stress ulcer (after a heart valve replacement surgery) bleeding out, informed me that morning, as we were getting ready to get on the road, that she thought she was having some bleeding. I looked and sure enough her stool was black and tarry. I called her physician in Lafayette who told me to take her, immediately, to the nearest hospital. She flat refused. She insisted she wanted to go home and see her doctors there. I called him back and he told me that was a bad idea but to drive straight in and to the hospital.

              Well, we got on the road and I called my husband (then fiance) and he informed me that we better stop in Memphis and pick up some gas cans and fill them up, as there was a serious gas shortage already. I turned around, went back into Memphis, and attempted to get gas cans. There were NONE – none in any of the 20 places we attempted to get them from Sears to Wal-Mart to gas stations.

              I was terrified we weren’t going to make it. Sure enough, as we got going, we began noticed signs saying “No Gas”. I stopped at every gas station we passed, even if we had stopped 20 minutes before, and topped the tank off. We did this the entire way home. Somewhere around Jackson, MS it became impossible to get any more gas. None of the gas stations had any.

              It took us HOURS (I think it was around 15) to make it from Memphis, TN to Lafayette, LA (about an 8 hour drive, normally.) So, within 2 days of the storms, there was no gas. Thankfully we made it home safely and my Mom had surgery the 2nd day we were back to cauterize an the same ulcer that had begun bleeding – and taken off of her blood thinner. No problems since.

              Ultimately, our power was out for right at a month in Mandeville. Almost as soon as the power was restored (school still hadn’t started back) Rita hit and we had to evacuate my Mom from her home in Lafayette to Mandeville. It was a fall of madness, for sure.


              • czarowniczy says:

                Hoping people won’t grind their teeth at our ‘Katrina Redux’ posts but here goes.
                Points out another thing – medical care/. People who stayed and needed medical care/prescriptions could drive to cities that were missed by the storm – Houma, Hammond – cities close to the north and northwest that were unharmed – BUT – upon return they’d frequently find themselves banned from reentering by FEMA or the police. The PD had to scrounge up med care – my thanks to those departments around the US who sent EMTs here – so no one was in good shape. If one ha seven the slightest thought that they may be in a post-K type of environment then they should look closely at building a medical kit (more than a few band aids and bottle of iodine) and take a few basic and advanced first aid classes. Inj the event of a Katrina/Sandy event hospitals will most likely be closed and those open will be swamped and operating on emergency status. In the event of something like an infectious epidemic the hospital swill be sealed off (you may be confined to your home) and your access to med assistance will be sharply limited. Want an eye opener? Go and join some local disaster response team/organization and see what’s really planned for Mr/Ms Average American in the event of a major event.

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                • On that note, Czar – my daughter, who was 13, a month shy of 14, at the time (such a WONDERFUL age) had an incident at school. In fact, we were just returning from Ponchatoula renting the bunk house when I got a call on my cell phone from her teacher, who was sitting in our driveway in Mandeville with my daughter in the car. Evidently she made some comment about “killing herself” that was overheard by a student and “told” to the teacher. The school, taking this kind of talk seriously, would not allow her to return until cleared by a physician.

                  I took her to the hospital in Mandeville and, wouldn’t you know it, she flat told the ER Dr. she wanted to kill herself. Her life was so terrible and all that…Frankly, at that point I wanted to do it for her, but that’s a different story for a different day.

                  The Dr. wouldn’t release her, then, obviously. He insisted she be transported, by ambulance, to a psychiatric hospital for evaluation. The nearest one with any beds was in Pineville, LA – the old state psych hospital, you know the one. I told them I could NOT tend to her there – they were going to have to come up with something else. Finally they were able to get her into a bed at a facility in New Orleans.

                  Yes, medical care was difficult to come by – and this was 6 weeks post Katrina. And, in exactly 10 days (when her insurance benefits ran out) she was “cured” of her suicidal thoughts. It was a miracle!


                • auscitizenmom says:

                  I have, on occassion, “cured” myself when I realized that if I didn’t get better I would end up in the hospital. 🙂

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        • And don’t forget the ammunition problem. Remember, all ammo was pulled. I believe they may have pulled guns, too, but we weren’t looking for guns, only ammo. My husband had to drive to Beaumont to purchase shotgun shells.


          • Your comments have been an eye-opener. We/I didn’t know about all that you have described. The news media was so focused on what was happening at the superdome, none of the problems you describe were mentioned. Apparently their only interest was the demands of the EBT crowd and the petulant behavior resulting from it. Katrina must have been the beginning of the end for this country.


          • czarowniczy says:

            We hit the stores that had ammo as NOLA doesn’t have any gun stores, Jefferson & Plaquemine Parishes secured their gun and ammo stores early on. Big thing was securing the Schedule 2,3,4 drugs in pharmacies before the early shoppers got at them. You don’t want to be around a secured pharmacy during a major event unless you want to meet new and exciting people. People who stayed behind knew what to expect and made sure they had enough ammo to ride out until the stores within a short drive reopened. Most of the ammo problem was with the NOPD – lots of the small reserve stocks went underwater with their substations and most officers had just what they carried.


        • oldiadguy says:

          We still make rechargeable batteries in the U.S.? 😉


      • pozzo says:

        Weapons and ammo in addition to the items you mentioned in you post.


    • hoosiergranny says:

      When working for the hospital, we did “fit testing” for our masks. They would spray a dilute solution of saccharine and if you could taste it, your mask was not properly fitted. Size, tightness, etc. are important. A good mask may be expensive, especially for those with anything that might make it more difficult for you to use a respirator type mask. This testing is especially important if you have a beard or other facial hair.

      Don’t just plan to go to Lowe’s and buy one of those masks, they won’t filter at the appropriate particulate size.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Exactly, Lowes has nice masks for folks who want to sniff those paint fumes but not make it too obvious, that said they ain’t good for much more. Some folks might not like the feel or, or feel self conscious wearing, a full-face gas-type mask but the med supply companies sell nice, effective disposables. I prefer to have a few on hand IF I need one rather that try to pull one out of thin air were I to need one.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Whoops – we used a really noxious substance to ‘fit test’ our masks but I found that household ammonia works great. I just take the cap off the bottle, put the bottle (open end up for you Red Bull hopefuls) and hold my masked face about a foot above it. No smell – mask works. Horrible putrid odor – it’s probably the Obama Dream Team close by and there seems to be no protection from them.


        • John Galt says:

          They used isoamyl acetate (banana oil) when I worked at Rocky Mountain Arsenal.


          • czarowniczy says:

            Same here but during the Crater years we had $$$ problems so we ended up buying ammonia out of out own pockets at the store. Did a great job of cleaning the crud from the field off of the tracked vehicles too.


    • Pam says:

      I researched when the news about Duncan came out. Can’t remember where, but the specific recommendation for mask was N-95. There are N-95 masks for contracting work sold at Home Depot. I went to Amazon and found N-95 “surgical masks”. They have the little hole part in the middle for breathing, whereas the Home Depot kind are one solid surface. The surgical masks also looked like they fit better around the face. There are many different types and shapes.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Yep, that’s why I get mine from a med supply place – they are meant to fit tight and right. I also tend to avoid the surplus gas masks on the market as you can’t be sure how they were stored. They most all have little parts like flapper valves in them that may need replacing and it’s almost impossible to find them. Some of the better paint masks with screw-on carbon filters may work (mfgs generally won’t tell you f they’re good for viruses (liability you know) or substances other than what they sell them for – you have to extrapolate. In all I tend to go for the professional stuff when my butt’s on the line.


        • oldiadguy says:

          Any recommendations?


          • czarowniczy says:

            No – I recommend going to a real medical supply store and asking the owner what s/he’d wear in the circumstances. My yardstick is that if it ain’t N95 compliant it goes into the garage for ash-and-trash use. Any N95 compliant mask bought from a real med supply store should work.

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  11. Okay, now go look up how many enterovirus cases were reported in the US in previous years. And when it was first identified.


    • stella says:

      The first case was detected in the USA in California in 1962.

      From the CDC website:

      How common is EV-D68 in the United States?

      In general, a mix of enteroviruses circulates every year, and different types of enteroviruses can be common in different years. Small numbers of EV-D68 have been reported regularly to CDC since 1987. However, this year the number of people reported with confirmed EV-D68 infection is much greater than that reported in previous years. See EV-D68 in the U.S., 2014 for details about infections occurring this year.

      The United States is currently experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness.

      From mid-August to October 10, 2014, CDC or state public health laboratories have confirmed a total of 691 people in 46 states and the District of Columbia with respiratory illness caused by EV-D68. Learn about states with confirmed cases. This indicates that at least one case has been detected in each state listed but does not indicate how widespread infections are in each state.

      I did your work for you.

      Many more cases this year. If I were to guess, it is related to the large numbers of illegals from Central America, many of whom have not been screened for disease, and are being allowed into our public schools.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      It first reared its head in California, ground zero for illegal undocumented, unscreened migration from Central America and Mexico.

      Now it has spread nationwide in an outbreak, not a one-off event – along with outbreaks of measles, whooping cough, scabies – diseases that were pretty much eradicated due to strigent public health policies and screening for school age children. That has all been abandoned at the altar of DIEversity and innocent native born US citizen children are the sacrifice.


  12. ytz4mee says:

    It appears that “Public Health” mandates now are all about protecting/coddling disease vectors, while simultaneously denying information to the “Public” so they can make their own determinations and decisions about whether or not they want to be exposed to known disease vectors.

    The arrogance and hubris is breathtaking:


  13. CM says:

    A pictures worth a 1000 words… or actually 37,477 (+).

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    • Pam says:

      Would it be logical to conclude that we should be seeing more American children or adults getting sick with this virus in the states that have the largest number of illegal immigrant children?

      Texas, New York, California, Florida, Virginia, Maryland?


    • Dixie Darling says:

      If you examine that map above, it looks like the states which received the most are on a short list at the white house.


  14. ytz4mee says:

    It is good to see that people are monitoring this.
    A local facility that started out helping “at risk” American youth has morphed into a huge for-profit center sheltering illegal economic migrants and people are none too pleased about it:


  15. HH (@hch242) says:

    Be sure to thank Obama and his accomplices to these deaths at the voting booth.


  16. waterman478 says:

    I’d like to see someone with better math and statistical analysis than me look at the real number….the 65,000 children. Someone has calculated that a manufactured influx of ‘X’ UAC’s who then become anchor children to bring in ‘Y’ family members, who in turn then each bring in another ‘Z’ friends and aquaintances as illegals, all of whom procreate at some rate ∆ greater than the general population = an immediate and ever increasingly larger “permanent voting majority”.


  17. On Obama…”For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero January 3, 106 BC – December 7, 43 BC”


    • west1890 says:

      Your post gave me goosebumps and made the hair on my arms stand up. Stephen King could not pen a novel as horrific as what we are seeing play out in right front of our eyes. How do we turn the tide? How do we restore sanity? How do we stop the agenda of death and destruction unfolding? The ballot box? I don’t think so. The election system has been corrupted and is rife with fraud.


  18. peachteachr says:

    Since the so-called UACs were allowed to fly without documentation you can bet that the children are being allowed into schools without health records. During my 30+ years in education, all Hispanic children came to school with a BC and record of immunizations. I wonder, now that my eyes have been opened, how many had fraudulent documents.
    One of the saddest offshoots of Obama’s illegal immigration stunt is that children have died for a political ideal. Besides the respiratory illnesses, one health care worker in Tx. was exposed to TB and contracted the disease. She then inadvertently exposed 50 babies to TB and 5 infants have TB now.
    For those of you looking for clean water sources, look for old farm houses. Many have deep water wells that should provide clean water. I have my eyes on one that is on a part of an old farm my husband’s family once owned. Whoever said above that you should not count on support from people in rural areas, I would say that is true. In a time of emergency, we would help our own first. I think that is a fairly well understood principle.


  19. Jack N says:

    Thanks for all the great work you guys do here. I do have a question though. The post says: “However, when you overlay the map of UAC disbursal to the map of U.S. outbreak locations it becomes almost irrefutable.”

    Where is this overlay? The interactive map I have seen contains the UAC disbursal with three colors for three site types: blue pin for Failed, yellow pin for Proposed, and red warning pin for Implemented. However, I do not see the US outbreak locations overlayed on top. I only see those three types of pins for the three stages of disbursal sites.

    Am I missing something? Thanks!


  20. So…I had the misfortune of needing to go to the ER this morning. Some of you who know me remember my experience with H1N1 Flu/Pneumonia complications last Christmas that put me in the hospital/ICU for 3 weeks, and was almost fatal. I have pneumonia again. I suspected it when my fever spiked to 103 last night so figured I’d better go get checked out. But for that, I would NOT have gone to the ER – even in Lafayette, LA.

    That’s not the point, though – it’s mild, evidently just starting. Dr. gave me 2 different IV antibiotics and IV steroid and sent me home with antibiotics and steroids. That’s all good. He thinks this will take care of it.

    While I was there, they brought someone in and placed him in the “room” across from me. These weren’t really rooms – they are areas that are curtained off. I could hear him retching violently over and over. Then I heard the Dr. asking him, “Have you been out of the country in the last 21 days?” He said, “No.” The Dr. then asked, “Have you been to Dallas?” Interesting. I heard this same line of questioning again shortly later with another patient.

    Also, I asked my nurse if they’d had any cases of EV-D68. She told me no. She also told me that she hasn’t heard of any cases in the area, either, from friends that work at other hospitals and Drs. offices. That’s a relief!

    She did tell me, though, that she, personally, does not believe that “they” know enough about Ebola, how it’s spread and when it’s really contagious to make the assertions they are making, both to HCWs and the public.

    I have a feeling that we’re about to see a mutiny of health care workers if we see any more cases of Ebola from Duncan.


  21. Bob says:

    How long before someone in the administration blames the epidemic on Global Warming?? After all. enterovirus seems to do best in warmer climates. Another “crisis” to take advantage of. I hope someone in the major media has enoughh guts to put 2 and 2 together and start asking some questions….SOON! I am 71, and I NEVER heard of this disease before, much less D68. How many more kids will have to die or become paralyzed before the publically educated nimrods wake up?


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  23. Tooks says:

    Great article, check out the US map of how Obama strategically transferred the immigrants all over to make it look like it’s not just one area


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