The CDC Zombie Awareness Campaign | Why Is The CDC Preparing for Zombie AwarenessYes, that’s right! The CDC has a page on it’s website preparing for Zombie Awarness. You may think I’m crazy, right? I promise it’s true. Here is the page CDC Zombie Awareness page. Here is the CDC Zombie Preparedness Poster directly from the CDC website. Click on this image and you’ll see it for yourself: Folks, this is NO JOKE, it’s not a false alarm. We cannot even begin to make up what the mainstream media considers conspiracy theories. The mainstream media journalists are NOT doing their jobs. They are actors, not journalists. The mainstream media is propaganda, not news. Why? Because they are not reporting news like this quoted directly from the CDC:
Wonder why zombies, zombie apocalypse, and zombie preparedness continue to live or walk dead on a CDC web site? As it turns out what first began as a tongue-in-cheek campaign to engage new audiences with preparedness messages has proven to be a very effective platform. We continue to reach and engage a wide variety of audiences on all hazards preparedness via “zombie preparedness”.
Directly from the CDC Zombie Preparedness Blog:Walking Dead fans, check out our latest post: http://go.usa.gov/Q4J
There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you’ll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency.
After the successful zombie preparedness campaign in 2011, an overwhelming number of educators requested zombie-themed preparedness activities for school-aged children. This website was created to help educators teach middle school aged children the basics of emergency preparedness and response using a fun, fictitious scenario. All lessons posted on this website are fluid, and we appreciate any feedback as to what works and what does not work in practice. The information provided is not exhaustive, but a solid beginning on what it means to be prepared and how it affects students and their community.
Zombie Preparedness for Educators: School-wide ActivitiesPrintable PDF pdf icon[PDF – 66 KB]
Poster ContestHave students design and create posters illustrating ways to be prepared for emergencies. Examples of preparedness tips include: assembling a kit, creating a family plan, knowing evacuation routes, and knowing where to get information. Winners can be based on originality, amount of information, and impact.
Emergency DriveMany school’s run food drives during Thanksgiving or December holidays, but why not run an emergency drive for potential hazards that affect your area? Create an emergency supplies drive and collect emergency kit supplies, including non-perishable food items, flashlights, blankets, and clothes. Donate the itemS collected to your local Red Cross.
That leads us – down the rabbit hole I go to the Red Cross. We must become aware that ALL of these “charities” and “wellness” agencies are connected. In my opinion, none can be trusted.
Do you find this alarming? What do you think of the CDC? Did you find more information that we should pay attention to? Patriots, please sound off in the comments.