Re: Re: Florida and Body Counts more believable  

8/18/04 10:45:16 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Joy, you make me feel better, because I thought it was just me feeling like that.  Likewise, stories of other people's animals going a little goofy sounds about right, also.  Part of my sleep deprivation is from how hot I get with a 12 lb., 17 year-old cat trying to snuggle really tightly against me all night.  She used to like her space, but now can't seem to sleep unless she's velcroed to my side. 
Ted Tweitmeyer (see search engine, type in Pole Shift)asked me to take a ride to an open area, and check the compass readings.  The magnetic field is so weak, I have to hold the compass out to the side away from me, as my own field makes the needle move all over.  The readings there were in the east to south east direction.  This morning up on my deck, it was ssw.
Sent: Aug 18, 2004 5:37 AM
Likewise, E, I'm using the "reply all" to respond.  I am unable to locate my compass but have read weeks ago that other people are noticing their compasses are no longer pointing due north.  My sleep pattern has gone crazy lately, waking around 3 a.m. and unable to return to sleep and I wonder if that has anything to do with some kind of a shift.  Also having an ominous feeling similar to a heavy weight hanging over me.  Joy
8/18/2004 1:50:45 AM
Subject: Re: Florida and Body Counts more believable
I'm using the "reply all" option here to get this out to you all. I couldn't sleep, as my sinuses are going bonkers, and I have a weird whooshing noise in my middle ear. Decongestant and antihistamine are taking the edge off...and keeping me up. Something told me to get out my compass, and I've learned to listen to those gut feelings. I tried to get the needle to line up to what I know is north(having found it on there countless times before) but it wouldn't line up. (new compass I bought at an army/navy surplus store in December) It kept pointing exactly due south. If you can, check it, and get back to me. If we are all getting this anomaly, then we need to get this information out there.

Sent: Aug 17, 2004 11:13 PM

FLORIDA Eyewitness Death Count Close To 400 Now

More from Michael Edward

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What an eye awakening day this was.

I thought that I had seen it all having been involved from
Viet Nam to the beginning of Desert Storm in my military
and civilian law enforcement career,

but today I learned about a new part of the shame game.
For those who won't bother to read all this report,

let me spell out the body counts that 6 of us
(all retired military and/or law enforcement)

went out to confirm today in different areas.

These are confirmed bodies in the trucks,
restaurant refers, or refer vans,

and they are NOT 'missing persons' or animals:
Charlotte Harbor areas -
58 dead as of 5pm today;

Fort Myers & the barrier islands -
21 deaths as of 3pm today;

Punta Gorda -
275+ deaths and escalating each hour;

Desoto County -
36 deaths, expected to increase;

These figures came from
----our own eyes,
----medical personnel,
----various county sheriff's deputies, and
----eye witnesses
----residents from the worst devastated areas.
CNN and the rest of the world biased
and controlled media
are fooling none of us who live here.
The current
CONFIRMED body count in our 3 county area
on the west coast of Florida
is near 400 as I write this.
Readers should know right up front
who is doing their best and who fails
to pass the grade:
Honors awards to those people who
have given and done the most:
1. City of North Port Police Department
2. Charlotte County Deputies
3. Desoto County Deputies
4. Visiting Pinellas County Deputies
5. Florida Power and Light
All of the above have gone beyond the call of duty.
They are showing us what
real cops and utility workers
used to be... humanitarians.
Failing grades go to:
FEMA, the government loan people.

John Ellis Bush (JEB, the corporate Governor of Florida).

The untrained and unequipped
of the Florida National Guard.
George Walker Bush,
the non-elected and appointed U.S. President.
Recycling firms who are
stealing aluminum siding
from destroyed mobile homes.

Those selling bags of ice for $10.


Thieves from Miami taking personal
belongings from demolished homes.

Those thieves demanding money
up front to file fake insurance claims.

Here's some of what went on today...
There are staging areas for FEMA
(with their red and white signs to
let you know they are 'there'), et al,

that we could not openly enter into with photo
and movie cameras having been 'discovered'
in our vehicles...
our cars and pick-ups were searched in the
'sensitive' areas where the worst devastation
took place and where we were then refused entry.

we still walked into most of these "off limits" areas
at waterfront motels,
I-75 restaurant/commercial areas,
destroyed mobile home parks,
and the temporary Charlotte morgue...

to name a few.
This is how we came up with the above figures
for body counts.
We spoke with
medical personnel who have come from Miami
to work triage and other temporary facilities,
ambulance drivers
(a special thanks to the Ambutrans people),
homeless residents, and
deputies from many different counties.

Considering most of the trained and experienced personnel and modern equipment from the Florida National Guard are now in the Middle East,

JEB THE BUSH dared to send us
antiquated equipment that broke down on I-75 driven
by untrained personnel who have no idea what to do

Worse is that there were
no water purification trucks (erdilators) sent,

just old water tankers
and old communications and storage trailers.

It was a circus show and
a true military cluster puck.
There is no Florida National Guard...

all the necessary equipment we need
is sitting in Iraq or Kuwait right now.

A professional group of electronic thieves
intercepted telephone calls from Lee and
Charlotte counties to the special Allstate
and State Farm insurance claims lines.
They demanded credit card numbers and
up-front payments
from those calling in claims stating that

they could guarantee 24 hour payment
for all damages
if the victims would pay $250-500 to them.
The lowest theft and emergency
rate is in the City of North Port.
Although they had little hurricane damage,
most of their electric power was off from
Friday afternoon until this afternoon (just a
few neighborhoods are still without power).
For a rapidly growing city with
the third largest city land mass
in Florida,
they managed to control traffic,
stop burglaries and other thefts,

and were "gentlemen with all
Desoto, and Lee county people
who went there for food and gas.
They are grossly understaffed,
yet they have performed like a crack military unit.
One member of our group insists that
I especially thank Lieutenant Choinere for his assistance.
There is NO Martial Law here.
In fact, all city and county law enforcement are stretched
to the limit. While they work overtime and are as physically exhausted as we are,
Federal and State law enforcement departments
do very little [if anything] in comparison.
The local departments are shunned by the State and
Federal "boys", yet the locals are doing far more than
their share of what is needed.
The biggest joke going around among
is about the guy who walked up in the
new white car -
wearing a nice suit in our 90% humidity -

who said,
"I'm from FEMA and I'm here to help you.
The ladies ran one of these "suits"
out of our neighborhood today when

he told them that we can
"borrow all the money
we needed to rebuild.... with interest."
They are no different than the other FED banksters posing as "community banks".
Not one of us cares to become
one of the new federal sheeple.
As of this morning, our area has found
the need to organize our own security 24/7.
Last night and early this morning, we had thieves driving our streets stealing personal belongings and clothes that had not yet been collected from those neighbors who hadn,t made it back here yet.
We now warn all the Miami and Tampa gangs roaming
our streets that if you dare to once again trespass in our community,
you will deal with
better armed resistance from us than
you would from the local police and
Sheriff's Departments
Other areas are now doing the same as we are.
We will personally protect ourselves
and what possessions we have left.
We have been through far too much to be victims of prey.
It rained hard for an hour today.
My house,
the temporary home and designated
for a dozen people, had more damage
I thought as water poured into 3 rooms.
I guess that's why they invented buckets.
The 3-cylinder diesel generator has been purring non-stop like a kitten and used no oil over the past 2 days. That was
the best investment I ever made
along with the storage tanks for potable water.
I guess I have earned my
Boy Scout
survival merit badge now.
To give credit where credit is due,
all the pictures I have posted were taken by
my eldest daughter with her own camera
and uploaded onto my laptop via a USB connector.
She came here for a visit 3 days before Charley arrived
and got a vacation she will never forget!
I have no working camera of my own right now,
but others have been taking pictures and we are
trying to find a place to develop the films.
After that, and as soon as we find a working scanner,
I'll be posting them here on RMN if Rayelan can spare
the bandwidth.
Be patient... we're working on it.
I can only get internet access
when driving north 20 miles,

so this report may be a little late, but is the latest news
I have collected today.
Hopefully, I can start using a North Port connection much closer to my house now that power has been restored there.

Visiting volunteer police and deputies
are very frustrated that their
in-car computers and radios do not work
with local
police and local County law enforcement.
The State and Federal alphabet groups seem to care less.
The out-of-area volunteer cops have had to escort thieves
to the county line instead of arresting them for stealing.
Their "law enforcement hands"
are tied in more ways than one.
Thanks guys...

we know you're trying to do all you can to protect us,
but we'll handle it from now

on since the STATE legalities
won't allow you
to do the job you need to do.

We have all found out that there is nothing better than
a local community effort. We take shifts getting gas for
the generators and for buying food, have organized our
own security and damage clean-up teams,

and the ladies are cooking up a storm with the charcoal
and gas grills.
Many of us only barely knew each other a week ago.
Now, we have become a community family.
There are
no more blank faces of shock among any of us.
We are strengthening each other
and working with one another.
There is no segregation or racism among us, and we represent a local community of many different races, nationalities, and colors.
This is what the Living Light brings to those who seek it.
The LifeCross within us all never fails regardless of our circumstances.
For the first time any of us have ever remembered, this new neighborhood that now exists has become one... all are one.

In this adversity we have and will continue to face,
and among all the devastation our eyes see surrounding us, we have learned to be a collective family.
For this, all of us are grateful.

There is joy in the hardship each of us face with
every passing hour. We have found that our daily
hardships have made our spirits stronger.

Surely, no man, woman, or child
has been left behind among us.
We encourage and strengthen each other.
This is what Life is all about.
Michael Edward