I had heard that the Pentagon was requesting permission to deploy 400,000 troops on U.S. soil during a major emergency or disaster. I didn’t want to believe it, so I did a search on the web. The following link is just one of many articles I found on the subject:
Okay, so it’s true. Never mind about Posse Comitatus and how this isn’t supposed to happen. I suppose the Pentagon wouldn’t be asking if they didn’t think they would get approval. So, why are they doing it?
I don’t know. I suspect it may have something to do with the Swine Flu. I have read where the Greek government is going to require all of their citizens to take Swine Flu vaccinations. Here is a link to that story:
Mandatory vaccinations hasn’t happened in the U.S. yet. But, there is a lot of talk on the news about the upcoming Swine Flu this fall and winter.
I can not say if the Swine Flu is just a big joke, or if it’s going to be really bad. What I do know is that if this does happen, and there is a pandemic, the troops will be stationed all over the U.S., and curfews will be enforced. If there are quarantines, you may not be able to leave your home for an extended period of time. What will you do then?
This is a prime reason why you need to take stock of the amount of food you have stored for your family. If you have just a few days of groceries in the house, you should consider storing more. If the grocery stores were closed, you would still need to feed your family.
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Whether you start with a small freeze dried food unit, or just get more groceries from the store, do something while you still have time.