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Planned Homeland Security drill has town concerned

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NEWKIRK, OK (KOCO/CNN) – Residents in one Oklahoma town are worried as the Department of Homeland Security plans to simulate the effects of biological weapons on buildings just outside of the city.

“You’d think you’d kind of want to let your neighbors know, you know?” said Kyle Oestmenn, a resident.

Oestmenn is one of the people worried, as the DHS plans to mimic biological warfare right across the road.  

“Hopefully they stop by or something, and let me know at least,” he said.

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According to DHS representatives, they will be testing the impact on buildings if a terrorist were to release a biological weapon. It’s happening at the Chilocco Indian School. They will be releasing non-hazardous, non-toxic chemicals and biological materials.

News of the testing spread fast after the DHS paid for a legal notice in the local paper.

“I just got sick to my stomach,” said Dennis Jordan, a resident. “I think if they want to test that stuff let them go down to Los Alamos, you know? I think it’s stupid.”

Homeland Security officials said the tests are planned for early next year and then again over the summer. They said the study will be evaluated under the National Environmental Policy Act.

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9 Responses to Planned Homeland Security drill has town concerned

  1. flee says:

    Well today I saw that they are doing a test on the 14th shutting down power.

    Wells power and electric.

    How would I know this .

    Because it was posted at the mother fkng post office when I went there today.

  2. Jolly Roger says:

    Am I reading this right?

    “….simulate the effects of biological weapons on buildings just outside of the city….”

    “…According to DHS representatives, they will be testing the impact on buildings if a terrorist were to release a biological weapon….”

    BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS DON’T AFFECT BUILDINGS, YOU IDIOT.
    That’s why they call them BIOLOGICAL weapons. They attack LIVING things.

  3. Martist says:

    “I just got sick to my stomach,” said Dennis Jordan, a resident. “I think if they want to test that stuff let them go down to Los Alamos, you know? I think it’s stupid.”

    If THAT ain’t a clear cut case of nimby, I don’t know what is. Feel free to use Americans as guinea pigs as long as it’s not US?!

    Must be celebrating veterans day. Blind flag worshipping leads to this mentality.

  4. NC says:

    Funny how no one in local communities to this day asks the simple question, “Why don’t they do these drills on base?!!!”

    Duh! That’s what a base is for, you dumbasses!! If you can’t do them there, then what’s the point in having them? It defeats the purpose.

    You let the assholes out of the asylum and look what you got.

    Unfrigginbelievable…..

  5. Ofdizee says:

    We need to protect our own towns. And set up communications with each town. Make state prosecutor help or recall that person. We will feel a lot better when we handle this ourselves. And be responsible for ourselves. Freak show dhs.

  6. Pat says:

    I’m sure the wind will blow it up my way…
    One commenter on our local paper asked “If it’s so safe why don’t they do it over Washington D.C”? Another paper had a DOD shill show up with this comment:
    Jamayel Tennille · Works at U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
    I’m thinking the information provided to the public may not have been explained properly. The test that will be conducted will be simulated as if it were the real thing, thus why they plan the use of protective equipment. I had my fair share of simulations for the government, and believe me when I say this, we had to train the way we were expected to do the real thing, which meant all the gear.
    Jamayel Tennille · Works at U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
    Second, the agents considered for use are titanium dioxide, Cl Fluorescent Brightener 220 (used in laundry detergent), Dipel (to control caterpillars), and DNXTrax (developed for food labeling). Each test will tentatively use 600 gr (almost equal to two 12 -ounce soda cans). The effect this may have may be no different than spraying Black Flag around the house. Hopefully this eases some minds

    • Katie says:

      Being the honest folks the DoD is, sure we can believe these amounts. Surely!

      Remember, we are just soulless animals to these satanic zionists.

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