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"Most people don't believe something can happen until it already has. That's not stupidity or weakness, its just human nature."
Jurgen Warmbrunn, Israeli Mossad intelligence analyst, reflecting on how the report he co-authored with dozens of other members of foreign intelligence agencies, which warned of the coming Zombie epidemic, was essentially ignored by every government in the world.
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"I'm not blaming the civilian leadership and I'm not suggesting that we in uniform should be anything but beholden to them. This is our system, and its the best in the world. But it must be protected, and defended, and it must never again be so abused."
General Travis D'Ambrosia, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, explaining that the Zombie epidemic only spread as much as it did due to political and bureaucratic short-sightedness which essentially removed the United States' disaster response capability.
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"...you figured that the threat was small enough to be "managed" by some additional law enforcement training...even though you’d received warnings to the contrary, that it could never just be woven into the fabric of public life and that it was actually a global catastrophe in the making"?

[Carlson shoots the interviewer an angry look] "...Grow up."..
Grover Carlson, Former White House Chief of Staff, offering the sum total of his self-defense for his administration’s choice to ignore direct warnings they’d received about zombies.
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"Pastor Dan was there, he was trying to make people listen to him. ‘Please everyone, please stay calm, the ‘thorities’ are coming, just stay calm and wait for the ‘thorities’’...the windows broke, the windows in the front next to the door. The Lights got black. Grown-ups got scared. They screamed..."
"Sharon", patient at the Rothman Rehabilitation Home for Feral Children, a twenty-four year old woman with the mind of a four year old girl, who was found after a decade of living like an animal evading zombies in the ruins of what used to be Wichita, Kansas. Her experiences - and apparently permanent mental disability - are the direct result of the decision of Carlson's administration to ignore the true scale of the zombie threat.
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"By Christmas Day, there was plenty of food."
Jesika Hendricks, teenaged refugee from Wisconsin, who like millions of others fled to the Canadian subarctic wilderness when the mass media began saturating the public with the message to "Go North!". Without any survival instructions from the government or mass media, 11 million died in the first weeks of winter. The few that didn't die only managed to survive by resorting to cannibalism.
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"Two hundred million zombies. Who can even visualize that type of number, let alone combat it?... For the first time in history, we faced an enemy that was actively waging total war. They had no limits of endurance. They would never negotiate, never surrender. They would fight until the very end because, unlike us, every single one of them, every second of every day, was devoted to consuming all life on Earth. That's the enemy that waited for us beyond the Rockies. That's the kind of war we had to fight."
General Travis D'Ambrosia, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, reflecting on the US decision to go on the offensive during the War.
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