This is alarming. Just who are the zombies that they are training for? Of course you know the answer. They are training to put down a popular rebellion. By starting to train with blank-firing guns and people made up to look like the walking dead Homeland Security is on the way to breaking down any reluctance of police, first responders, and others to actually fire at unarmed citizens. If they find some Americans to be armed there would be even more reason to put them down.
Notice that the shooters are not just being trained to stop the attack. They are also administering finishing shots to those who move after having been shot. This is from the Washington Examiner:
The above film clip is not a “behind the scenes” of the latest Dawn of the Dead straight-to-DVD ripoff. It is the actual footage of a first responder seminar in San Diego, Calif. The Department of Homeland Security deemed the event an allowable expense, enabling participants to use federal grant funding to pay to go.
That’s according to “Safety at Any Price: Assessing the Impact of Homeland Security Spending in U.S. Cities” a report compiled by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., who chairs the investigations subcommittee of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee. The report focuses on grants made by the DHS and the Urban Areas Security Initiative. Coburn says the report shows that DHS was “directing scarce dollars to low-priority project and low-risk areas.”
Coburn found that, among other things, DHS was spending money on teaching first responders how to stop flesh-eating ghouls. The report said the event was held by the HALO Corp. “at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa on an island outside San Diego 9 (and) the 5-day summit was deemed an allowable expense by DHS, permitting first responders to use grant funds for the $1,000 entrance fee.”
The HALO Corp.’s website describes their function this way:
The HALO Corporation is a California based organization founded by former Special Operations, National Security, and Intelligence personnel. HALO exists to provide safety and security for those in need and to improve: force protection, all aspects of security, humanitarian aid, and disaster response.”