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(NaturalNews) For the last few weeks, every time I’ve warned readers about the coming forced quarantines, isolation orders and government-mandated medical procedures that would be directed at American citizens, I was told that such claims were completely false and would never happen in America.

I guess Dallas isn’t part of America, then, because all this is happening right now in Dallas, Texas.

“The state of Texas and Dallas County health officials have ordered four close family members of a Dallas Ebola patient to stay home and not have visitors to prevent spreading the deadly disease,” the Dallas affiliate of CBS News reported today. [1] “If ignored, a violation could result in criminal charges.”

Not only is this one family being ordered into a 21-day self-quarantine, they are also being ordered to provide blood samples to Texas state authorities. “The family members must also be available to provide blood samples, agree to any testing by public health officials, and immediately report any symptoms to Dallas County Health and Human Services,” says CBS News.

In other words, what’s happening right now in Dallas, Texas — which I assume is still part of America — is precisely what I warned about: forced isolations, medical quarantines and forced medical interventions (blood draws).

What’s happening in Dallas will happen everywhere if the outbreak spreads

The important point in all this is that the very same tactics being used in Dallas to try to stop the spread of Ebola will of course be used everywhere else, too… but on a much larger scale.

When just one family is suspected of carrying Ebola, they can be easily monitored in a “volunteer home isolation” scenario. But what happens when it’s 100 families? 500? 1,000? At that point, there aren’t enough state or federal workers to keep an eye on these people, and the quarantine effort will almost certainly shift to forced relocation into quarantine camps.

Those camps will, of course, be called something nice-sounding like “Community Health Centers.” No one in government or media will call them camps, even though they are camps. The word “camp” brings up echoes of “concentration camps” and the government definitely wants to avoid that association.

If one particular town or city is hit especially hard with the virus, there is a likelihood of the entire town being quarantined. No one in, no one out. Everybody will be ordered to “shelter in place” in their own homes for at least 21 days while health workers wearing hazmat suits go door to door, identifying Ebola victims and “relocating” them to the “Community Health Centers.”

Don’t think it could happen? It’s exactly what already happened in Liberia. And it’s a mere extension of what’s already happening in Dallas right at this very moment.

Written by Mike Adams
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