By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large
Syed Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, were behind the deadly terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California. One of the interesting details of Farook’s life that has managed to gather no more than an “oh, by the way” kind of mention in news outlets is his job and educational background: Farook was an environmental health specialist at the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, and also had a degree in environmental health, which he earned from California State University in 2010.
There has been apparently no evidence yet uncovered that Farook was planning any sort of bioterror attack against either his fellow workers at the agency where he was employed, or against the public, more broadly. However, for those willing to read between the lines, Farook’s background in the field of environmental health is not something to dismiss out of hand.
We have spoken before about the threat of bioterror at the hands of radical Islamists. As remote as such a threat may seem, at first blush, it is something clearly worth considering, given the heightened risk level at which the nation finds itself these days.
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I’ve previously about the Alive After the Fall digital information package. The basis of Alive After the Fall is Scripturally-foretold electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks that can plunge an affected area into darkness, and the practical steps you can take to make it through the event should it strike the area in which you live. One feature I especially like about Alive After the Fall is the wealth of information it offers on survival topics beyond the more singular issue of EMP attacks. One of the bonus special reports that’s included as a part of the package is Surviving a Biochemical Attack, and it contains a lot of solid information on a topic few consider nowadays…but should.
In Surviving a Biochemical Attack, readers are treated to a solid overview of the wide variety of biochemical agents that are good candidates for “weaponization” in some form. The report also discusses how to prepare, how to develop a disaster plan, and much more. As I mentioned earlier, we do not know at this time that Farook was going to use either his job or education to help facilitate a bioterror menace. Nevertheless, the fact that he had a strong background in the environmental health field should, on its own, be enough for the rest of us to at least consider the possibility that planning such an attack was somewhere in his realm of consideration.
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