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CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden has said, 'U.S. hospitals are well prepared to handle Ebola patients' – yet they admit there is no cure, and can only medically provide "supportive care." The news proves Frieden to be deceiving the public. The situation is not under control. Everyday mistakes are being made fostering the epidemic they want us to be scared of.
CDC Chief Betrays America
For what Frieden says in the above video he should be arrested and booked for crimes against humanity. Certainly he is betraying Americans exposing them to a virus that the CDC owns the patent on, as one of the most dangerous viruses ever. His comment about not closing down international flights for his lame reason is a direct threat to American citizens.
If the CDC had not wanted this medical disaster to happen all travel to the "Ebola" zone would have been stopped. What is totally believable is that governmental authorities are creating plausible grounds for initiating martial law and getting a full scale crack down on people.
CDC recommendations are already setting off a mini-epidemic in Dallas and that will be repeated around the world. The CDC is playing with everyone's lives as a second Dallas nurse with Ebola was encouraged by the CDC to board Frontier Airlines Flight 1143!
A Dallas nurse who took a commercial flight from Cleveland hours before reporting symptoms of Ebola says that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention told her it was okay to fly. The CDC also revealed that she had taken a flight to Dallas on Monday, though it said that it was extremely unlikely that any other passengers were exposed. Vinson was feeling ill before boarding her flight. She had a low grade fever, but she said that officials told her it was okay to get on the plane. Vinson told CBS that she called the CDC several times with concerns.
The CDC must think we are all intellectual cows. When they say extremely unlikely we can translate that into it is possible that other passengers were exposed. This nurse should not have boarded a domestic flight in the days before she was diagnosed yet the CDC gave her the green light. Even President Obama lights are out on this entire fiasco and cannot be trusted to protect Americans. It was just discovered that Obama assured the American public that our country's Ebola risk was extremely low, even after a federal government-funded study quietly found a nearly 25 percent chance of Ebola reaching the United States in September 2014.
Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee, believes we should ban the 100 to 150 people who fly into the U.S. each week from the three nations at the heart of the Ebola outbreak. "People's lives are at stake, and the response so far has been unacceptable," declared Upton. The President and the head of the CDC disagree and are willing to risk American lives.
The New York Times joins the bandwagon saying,
"An indiscriminate ban on travel would make it impossible for aid workers to reach the most widely affected areas, obviously deepening the medical and humanitarian crisis. It would also encourage subversion: Travelers might pass through other countries, confounding efforts to track their origin."
The doctor in the above video answers the question saying they can use the military to fly health workers and materials in and out of the area.
Then the Times says,
"Screening travelers from affected areas using questionnaires and temperature may prove effective, but here, too, there are profound weaknesses. Low-grade fevers can easily be concealed with antipyretics like Tylenol. More important, by the time an Ebola carrier has a fever, he or she is already in an infectious phase and may have exposed many others to the virus."
What is this may prove effective, the cat is out of the bag already and is clawing at the public around the world.
The most dangerous contributor to the spread is the behavior of the virus. Its symptoms catch people unawares and normally follow a 21-day incubation period, during which there's literally no visible sign the person has contracted Ebola. For 3% percent of those exposed that incubation period is doubled making CDC recommendations into a public disaster of epic proportions.
Because an Ebola infected person can literally infect anyone they come into contact with in the space of a few days, if they were to drive or fly from one country to another, the CDC and WHO are making a huge mistake on the public by placing no restrictions on flights to or from the worst-affected countries.
Bad Story That is Just Getting Started
It took the Dallas emergency room one hour to be closed down consuming their total resources to attend one Ebola patient. In Africa schools have shut down, elections have been postponed, mining and logging companies have withdrawn, and farmers have abandoned their fields. In the United States mayhem would be had especially at hospitals that could be closed down to all other patients if Ebola is raging inside.
Who is Frieden kidding when he says American hospitals are well prepared to deal with Ebola. Certainly not the nation's largest nurses' union who claim that the Liberian Ebola patient was left in an open area of a Dallas emergency room for hours, and nurses treating him worked without proper protective gear and faced constantly changing protocols. The CDC is shepherding over a three ring circus at the countries hospitals and airports almost guaranteeing an epidemic inside the United States.
Hospital workers were intensively exposed to the first U.S. Ebola patient without wearing protective gear for two days, according to The Dallas Morning News. Between Sept. 28 and Sept. 30, medical professionals treating Thomas Duncan wore only gowns and scrubs in the interim. Duncan was suffering from projectile vomiting and explosive diarrhea from Sept. 28 on, but hospital workers weren't provided with extensive protective gear, such as hazmat suits, until Sept. 30, according to the Associated Press.
Authorities are going to have no choice but to take every traveling passenger with fever, weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat off of planes and buses even though these symptoms much describe any reasonably intense flu, which they are predicting massive amounts of this winter. Common colds, the flu and now Ebola are all killing people in what is only the first part of the first inning of the 2014-2015 flu season.
The Department of Health and Human Services is predicting 50 million deaths from the flu this year meaning hundreds of millions could come down with the flu. Perhaps we are looking at the script to shutting down societies all over the globe just as an economic hurricane and financial collapse is about to hit on everyone's shores. It's a safe bet that we'll hear plenty in the coming days and weeks about presidentially organized CDC Swat teams in hazmat suits escorting sickly passengers off of planes to government sanctioned confinement areas.
A lot of people are going to die of viruses even if Ebola miraculously disappears or proves to be one more CDC sponsored hoax. The point has been made that flu deaths and chemical deaths are really one and the same thing:
According to the journal Occupational Health and Safety:
"Carbon monoxide's effects are similar to flu symptoms, including dizziness, headaches, disorientation, visual disturbances, nausea, and fatigue."
Both so-called viral flu and chemical flu can cause severe neurological disease and death. There are few diseases that engine exhaust cannot cause, from chronic and acute exposure. Vehicular exhaust contains thousands of components, many of which are toxic; for example, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether), acrolein, toluene, aldehydes, sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid, hydroperoxyl radicals, benzene, arsenic, hydrogen cyanide, nitropyrenes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), methane, phenol, 1,3-butadiene, phenol, ethylene, methane, NO, NO2, and acetaldehyde.7
Given that air pollution disease is "often mistaken for a viral syndrome," how often does this mistake occur? The literature is well supplied with reports of patients with subacute CO poisoning who were misdiagnosed as having [virus] influenza and sent home with disastrous consequences.
In many cities it is polluted enough to send people to the emergency room with fatal outcomes. We know that. We ignore that. But the CDC, which is supposed to represent benevolent medical science, does not pay attention to any of this making it into one of the most dangerous terrorist operations on the planet. We cringe watching ISIS chop off heads but not when a child dies of convulsions from a CDC sponsored vaccine. Many people, in fact the majority, do not need to have their heads chopped off because they have already lost their minds to the lies that the CDC puts out. In fact just a few weeks ago we saw 'CDC Scientists Accused of Crimes against Humanity by a Whistleblower.'
James Howard Kunstler writes,
"The authorities keep emphasizing that the nurse who caught Ebola from Thomas Eric Duncan was sealed in her haz-mat suit the whole time she cared for the poor fellow and blah blah nobody knows how she could possibly catch the darn thing. But the newspapers and cable news networks are not asking: What about all the people, ordinary civilians, that this nurse was consorting with off-work, after she took off her haz-mat suit and, let's say, at some point stopped by the Kroger Store's fabulous steam table display of take-out goodies behind the helpful and reassuring sneeze-guard on her way back home? It sounds like a new Netflix drama – The Fatal Mac and Cheese. If one more person in that chain of circumstance falls ill, Rick Perry will have to ring-fence Dallas faster than you can say Guadalupe Hidalgo and then we'll be off to the quarantine races in America. It will be interesting to see who's shorting the airline stocks a few hours from now. I've got to pass through Dulles airport tomorrow myself, and then two more foreign hubs after that, and return to freakin' Newark International at the end of the week when a fullblown ebola panic may be underway."
Nurse Claudia French writes,
"Liars that they are, we are a long way off from seeing the CDC act responsibly. There is NO EXCUSE for letting this get out of hand the way it is."
"It's no longer a matter of if but of when Ebola will begin to spiral out of control in the U.S," notes Georgetown professor of medicine Dr. Jesse L. Goodman, former chief scientist at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The virus can survive for a long time outside the human body. You may think you're safe as long as you stay away from a patient infected with Ebola virus, but the virus can survive outside the human body for between 1 – 2 hours. If an infected patient leaves a trace of the virus on a eating surface, bed sheet or towel, you could become infected if you come into contact with it within a short period of time.
The Ebola outbreak seems scripted, forcing us all to live through a scripted Hollywood horror movie, possibly to trick people into accepting forced vaccines.
Red Cross worker delivers supplies to quarantined family of Ebola victim in Dallas. Every day we realize big mistakes are being made risking an epidemic and medical officials are apologizing for it. But Dr. Frieden is on public record as saying everything is under control so no need to worry.
There has been a big tide of distrust in the Red Cross as well lately and above we see them doing a complete no-no risking exposure to the delivery boy who could potentially infect others. There have even people in Africa who believe that Ebola is not real and the only people who have gotten sick are those who have received treatments and injections from the Red Cross.
Many people at the epicenter of the Ebola epidemic think that the CDC and Red Cross are lying through their teeth about what is going on and are getting violent about it. That is why Liberians and Nigerians have begun kicking the Red Cross out of their countries and even killing health workers. They feel that it is just another depopulation scam to sell killer vaccines which they are used to having rammed down their throats at gunpoint.
A Red Cross team was attacked while collecting bodies believed to be infected with Ebola in southeastern Guinea, the latest in a string of assaults that are hindering efforts to control West Africa's current outbreak. The attack is the most recent in a series that have plagued teams working to bury bodies, provide information about Ebola and disinfect public places. The most shocking to date was the abduction and killing last week of a team of several health officials and journalists in Guinea who were educating people on how to avoid contracting Ebola.
In recent years, the image of the Red Cross has been tarnished. The worst scandal came after the September 11 attacks, when it was revealed that a large portion of the hundreds of millions of dollars donated to the organization went not to survivors or family members of those killed, but to other Red Cross operations, in what was described by chapters across the country as a "bait-and-switch" operation.
ABC news asked the Red Cross why it was sitting on a few hundred million dollars of funds for Haiti and they responded by explaining that it's better to dole out the money slowly for the best impact. OR, could it be that the interest helps fatten their own bank accounts or, perhaps over time, people will stop keeping track of how much they're holding from people who've so generously given to the Haitian effort?
Meanwhile The head of the International Red Cross is warning that the Ebola crisis will likely only get worse with the real threat of a "global health catastrophe." "The Ebola crisis will grow," Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, told Yahoo News Deutschland. "Until now, there is no vaccine on-site, and more and more people die." Hopefully there will never be a vaccine on-site with the understanding vaccines are not the answer to this and many other diseases but they do make some people a lot of money.
Ben Hunt writes, "The US government's "communication policy" on Ebola is a mirror image of the US government's "communication policy" on markets and monetary policy, which is a mirror image of the US government's "communication policy" on ISIS and foreign policy. We are being told what to think about Ebola and QE and ISIS. Not by some heavy-handed pronouncement as you might find in North Korea or some Soviet-era Ministry, but in the kinder gentler modern way, by a Wise Man or Woman of Science who delivers words carefully chosen for their effect in constructing social expectations and behaviors. The words are not lies. But they're only not-lies because if they were found to be lies that would be counterproductive to the social policy goals, not because there's any fundamental objection to lying. The words are chosen for their truthiness, to use Stephen Colbert's wonderful term, not their truthfulness. The words are chosen in order to influence us as manipulable objects, not to inform us as autonomous subjects. It's always for the best of intentions. It's always to prevent a panic or to maintain confidence or to maintain social stability. All good and noble ends."
The news is coming hot and heavy from all sides. It is getting almost impossible to ignore the rising rants and screams coming from all over the compass about Ebola. All kinds of wild thoughts are going around and many of them are justified.
Some in Africa feel that it is all an excuse to get American troops on the ground in Africa to steal more oil reserves, confront striking miners in Sierra Leone who are on strike due to horrible working conditions, provide more troops to force vaccinations and in general to create panic and fear to stampede the world into taking a not yet developed vaccine that is being rammed through the channels at record breaking speed. Then it will be rammed down everyone's throats.
How many will they kill with an unproven vaccine? No doubt more than a few but that is nothing surprising or new in an industry accustomed to causing death through properly administered and prescribed medicine.
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