Here's yet another Emergency Alert notification in the U.S.! Is the announcement about to be allowed? Looks like it targeted East Coast states this time. [and from another]  March 30, 2015. A test of the national ‘Emergency Alert System’ which was seen by television viewers this morning in states across the country prompted panic and confusion, with many taking to Twitter to express their concerns. The test began at around 11am EST and was broadcast in Washington DC, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The emergency alert contained no details and merely listed the states it affected and said the alert would run from 11am until 12 midnight. Viewers in Sacramento, CA also reported seeing the test, which lasted for about 10 minutes before the regular TV broadcast resumed. At no point were viewers advised that the alert was only a test. Some said the alert made them panic. [and from another]  That happen on my TV while I was getting ready this morning. Said it was a test. I am in Sacramento CA [and from another]  March 30, 2015. I had one on my TV in the middle of the night, around six weeks ago here in northwestern Ohio. It wasn't specific, but said it WAS NOT a test. Actually stated that! It noted it was for my area. Never did find out what it was about. [and from another]  The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with state and tribal emergency managers and state broadcasting associations, will conduct a test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. The test will begin at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) and will last approximately one minute. [and from another]  October 24, 2014 Americans watching television across the country were puzzled earlier today when an alert from the White House interrupted their viewing, told them to stand by for an emergency message and warned them not to use their phones. TV channels automatically changed to local news stations but no White House message ever came, prompting confusion and concern. The message was seen by viewers in Austin, Atlanta, Detroit and across North Carolina, as well as other areas of the country. The Emergency Alert System is mandatory by law – stations have no control or power to block the signal once it is sent out by the federal government. Broadcasters are required to install and maintain FCC-certified EAS decoders and encoders at their control points, meaning the signal cannot be switched off or interrupted. 

The Emergency Alert System in the US has been tested recently, all under the auspices of a potential New Madrid emergency. The states tested are within the scope of a New Madrid disruption, which can go through the heartland, under the seaway, and up along the East Coast to the New England region. A quake swarm in Connecticut recently and quake swarms in Oklahoma and Texas provide FEMA with the excuses it might need. Is there more than a New Madrid quake potential behind these tests? 

The EAS system, so thoroughly blocked when alerts were coming from the White House, is being exercised. The announcement date had been scheduled for October 20, 2014 but an attempt to initiate the announcement on October 24, 2014 showed that the EAS was being blocked by the cover-up crowd. Since then periodic testing of the system has been done, a sweep to determine who is cooperating with the cover-up crowd and who is allowing the system to operate as intended, as an alert from the White House. Those media outlets not cooperating are being identified and targeted. Thus, by this route, the announcement, when it happens, will be facilitated. 

ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for April 4, 2015

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