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Published: Thursday, Sept. 17 2009 12:29 a.m. MDT

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BJ Worth

They do these things at my old high school sometimes. It's weird to see people scattered around on the football field (how a car crash happens on a football field is another story). I really wonder if these things are effective though. It seems a little theatrical to me.

infintieloveh2o

I read this article on infowars dot com. Infowars is the greatset news site of all time.

Anonymous

Yea thats nice, beta testing the people. Sounds like the students are victim of government. THis is wrong to use people as guenea pigs. This is tyranny. This isnt what our country is about.

The disaster will be created by the saviors (gov)
ALways teh same thing, They create a problem, the people react, and then they come in as the saviours of that problem they created.

Problem , reaction, solution

WOrks on the idiot population everytime.
Infowars D o t C o M explains this over and over again. And presents evidence support this claim

Anonymous

It's called conditioning, getting you acclimated to being submissive. It's about being in a constant state of fear. It's not just a drill it's from their playbook, a form of soft-control.

Anonymous

Nonsense - these people doing this are out of control. It's criminal!

Andre'

These drills are extremely beneficial in building confidence and experience. Practicing what to do in an emergency is just good business. These should be required every three years. Table tops or Functional drills prepare our folks to react and attact problems in an organized way coordinated with the First Responders everybody wins. Incident Command and NIMS to the rescue....

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