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CDC Scientists Expose Agency Corruption

Robert Kennedy, Jr, ecowatch.com
Nov. 21, 2016

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Last month, The Hill published a letter sent by “more than a dozen” senior Center for Disease Control (CDC) scientists charging the agency with nursing an atmosphere of pervasive research fraud.

The group, which claimed to represent scientists across the CDC’s diverse branches, calls itself SPIDER (Scientists Preserving Integrity, Diligence and Ethics in Research). The letter to CDC Chief of Staff, Carmen Villar, expressed alarm “about the current state of ethics at our agency.” The scientists complained that “our mission is being influenced and shaped by outside parties and rogue interests” and “circumvented by some of our leaders.”

The scientists told Villar that, “questionable and unethical practices, occurring at all levels and in all of our respective units, threaten to undermine our credibility and reputation as a trusted leader in public health.” The letter charged that staff level scientists “are intimidated and pressed to do things they know are not right,” and that, “Senior management officials at CDC are clearly aware and even condone these behaviors.”

The scientists cited several recent scandals involving scientific corruption at CDC.

  • They describe a “cover up,” by officials, of mismanagement in CDC’s Wise Woman Program, which provides screening in low income neighborhoods for heart disease, diabetes and other chronic health disorders. According to the letter, CDC officials purposefully misrepresented screening numbers in documents they sent to Congress to conceal failures in the multimillion dollar project. “… definitions were changed and data ‘cooked’ to make the results look better than they were.” The scientists accused high level CDC bosses of suppressing the results of an internal review, involving staff across the CDC, “so media and/or Congressional staff would not become aware of the problems.” As part of the systematic cover up, CDC then engaged in a coordinated effort to “bury” these deceptions. “CDC staff has gone out of its way to delay FOIAs and obstruct any inquiry.”
  • The scientists also complain about the “troubling” adventures of Dr. Barbara Bowman, director of CDC’s Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, and Dr. Michael Pratt, Senior Advisor for Global Health at the NCCDPHP. Bowman recently left the CDC following shocking media disclosures that the pair had manipulated scientific studies on soft drink safety in collusion with Coca Cola. The CDC flimflam was part of Coke’s campaign to pressure the World Health Organization to relax guidelines for sugar consumption by children in developing nations where the soda industry is aggressively expanding its markets.

The scientists complain that the “climate of disregard” at CDC puts “many” agency scientists in difficult positions. “We are often directed to do things we know are not right.” The public record supports SPIDER’s allegations that scientists who insist on research integrity suffer persecution by CDC supervisors. Continue reading

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Mainstream maintains the CDC propaganda machine

In a laughable attempt to recover credibility – while the truth keeps leaking out – the propagandists have come up with a new strategy: just tell it like it is [ISN’T] . . . and remind folks to get their flu shots!

Oh, and “trust your leaders”! Sure, the same ones that covered up the JFK murder, the Gulf of Tompkin, the demolition of Building 7 on 9/11 and the non-existent “weapons of mass destruction”.

Folks will never find the truth coming out of either the mainstream media OR the criminal Center for Disease Control.

And just exactly what have our ‘leaders’ done for us to make them trustworthy? Judge Dale, retired, put it succinctly in his The Great American Adventure:

“Look around you and look at your lives! They have eliminated the family farms and local stores; placed us into cities; gave our industry away to break the unions; issued valueless currency and stole our gold and silver; raised taxes and stole their paper currency back; involved us in staged wars; began a mass foreclosure of American homes and poisoned our air and public water!”

. . . not to mention turn a sovereign country into a foreign owned corporation thus removing the lawful organic Constitution and Bill of Rights and replacing them with the Uniform ‘Commercial’ Code – without bothering to tell the American people about any of it! See: Who is Running America

Seven Step Ebola Response Plan

A PLAN OF ACTION TO EXPOSE AND OPPOSE A FAKE PANDEMIC VACCINATION/ISOLATION CAMPAIGN!

by AL Whitney © copyround 2014
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

For years some of us have been watching the ongoing efforts of the globalists to roll out a pandemic. In 2009 they attempted to launch a global pandemic vaccination program for the H1N1 swine flu, which ended in a disaster for them. See: Pandemic Pandemonium and Profiteering.

Parents Against Mandatory Vaccines 5-4ParentsAgainstMandatoryVaccines.com is just one of many [orgs, groups] tracking this effort and monitoring the activities of the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. Three web sites in particular have already started reporting the facts regarding this nefarious agenda: NoMoreFakeNews.com, TruthSector.com, and EbolaGate.

Parents Against Mandatory Vaccines has established a seven step response to this false flag ebola campaign. All are most welcome to review and utilize this information as they see fit. It is important that we educate ourselves so we cannot be manipulated by fear . . . as has been done to us so many times before.

Seven Step Ebola Response Plan

  1. Recognize that for many reasons, including the establishment of a BRICs economic alliance, the US petrodollar is faltering. The ebola card is most likely being played now as a distraction to that fact and the potential economic carnage this change might cause.
  2. Know and understand the US is a corporation as is the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization. As such, they are bound by the law of contracts. [Supreme Court Bond v UNITED STATES]
  3. Help destroy the credibility of the CDC (long overdue) by reading this page, circulating this link, and handing out this brochure
  4. Know and understand that a media ‘playbook’ has been formulated and is now being used to create fear in the general population. Print out these 10 steps so you can watch the psyop and prove to yourself that it is only a psyop. Familiar yourselves with the FACTS as they are being reported at TruthSector.com and NoMoreFakeNews.com
  5. Do Not Consent to be vaccinated or forced into isolation. Review the info and print out a Pocket Card Notice of Non-Consent to carry with you.
  6. Do what you can to insure your immunity is strong [Vitamin C and sunshine, for example.]
  7. Don’t allow your critical thinking skills to be neutralized by fear. Remember, that is their goal and that is how those that wish to control the planet have successfully manipulated us before . . . many times. Schedule time for joyful experiences and walks in the park.

Those in vaccine-aware organizations have exposed and stopped pandemic agendas before and if we all take this threat seriously, we can do it again. Hopefully we can also cause irreparable damage to the credibility of the CDC so they can no longer manipulate us, scare us, and threaten the health of ourselves and our children . . . ever again.

Ebola: Same Game – Same Playbook

by AL Whitney © copyround 2014
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

WHO - Ebola RoadmapWe watched the pandemic agenda rolled out before from SARS to avian flu to swine flu. As we watch the media promote EBOLA, it is easy to see the same playbook still in use.

Example of playbook style propaganda can be identified in NYT piece: Selling a pandemic threat . . . again!


“Fear appeals have had bad press, but the research evidence that they work is overwhelming”.
“We can’t scare people enough . . . “.

The following is an excerpt from Dr Tenpenny’s amazing book, Fowl: Chapter 6 – The New Playbook Arrives. Researcher, author, Dr Sherri Tenpenny exposes how a pandemic is organized, using SARS as the example.

(pg 54)
SARS: The warm-up dance

The first reported case of the “mysterious flu” was reported in South China in November 2002. Naming it SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), the WHO issued its first global alerts in early March 2003. Teams of experts were sent to investigate the outbreak. The hysteria grew quickly and within weeks the Hong Kong Department of Health issued an unprecedented quarantine order-keeping residents inside their homes. Shortly thereafter, Mainland China followed suit, closing public schools, cinemas, and libraries in an attempt to stop the spread of the virus.

Scientists went into high gear to determine the cause of SARS, and on April 16, 2003, the WHO announced that the infectant was discovered. It was a member of the coronavirus family, “never previously seen in humans.” As more cases began to be reported in Toronto, Canadian health officials warned residents to quarantine themselves, wear masks, and in some cases, just stay home.

Over the six months of the “epidemic”, 8,049 people had tested positive for the virus. The vast majority of cases occurred in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan (7,248) with 774 deaths, or close to 10 percent of known cases. But since the total number of cases represented only those ill enough to seek medical help, the actual death rate is unknown and may have been far less.

As for economic impact, even in Canada – where fewer people were affected (251) and even fewer (43) died – the Canadian Tourism Board estimated that the SARS scare cost the nation’s economy $419 million. The Ontario health minister reported that the cost to the province’s healthcare system, including money spent to develop special clinics and stock them with supplies to protect healthcare workers, was nearly $730 million.

SARS also had a significant, adverse effect on global travel, particularly the airline industry. Flight to Asia and the Pacific Rim decreased by 45 percent, and the number of flights between Hong Kong and the United States fell 69 percent. Singapore Airlines, the world’s second-largest airline by market value after U.S. budget carrier Southwest Airlines, lost $6 million each day during April and May when SARS choked off intra- and inter-Asian travel.

Other less obvious industries throughout the region that suffered during the outbreak were retail sales, hotels, and restaurants. Additional losses resulted from workplace absenteeism. The WHO estimates that the economic consequences of SARS totaled more than $40 billion worldwide. Undeniable, there is a genuine downside to issuing warning that turn out to be unnecessary hype.

Unfortunately, avian influenza has inflicted similar economic consequences. Since the beginning of 2004, more than 200 million domestic birds have been killed in more than 10 countries, even if they were not known to be infected by the virus. The cost to various local economies is estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars. And based on information being pumped out through every possible medium on a daily basis, the bird flu pandemic is still predicted to cause the “next great depression” and “then end of life as we know it”.

Keeping the heat on the hype

But if the apocalypse is coming, only a few seem overly concerned. People seem to be mostly ignoring the gloomy scenarios being portrayed by the CDC and the WHO. Officials need to somehow capture the attention of the public, motivate participation in preparedness planning, and at the same time maintain credibility.

Enter risk communication.

The field of risk communication is relatively new. Dating from the early 1980s, it evolved from several different fields of study: health education, public relations, psychology, risk perception and risk assessment. Risk communication figured prominently in the CDC’s commissions of a new recipe, crafted by Princeton-based risk communication experts Peter M. Sandman, PhD and his wife, Jody Lanard, MD. Published in Perspectives in Health, their plan is based on the following three principles of risk communication:

  • Precaution advocacy (“Watch out!”: How to alert people to serious hazards when they are unduly apathetic.
  • Outrage management (“Calm down!”): How to reassure people about minor hazards when they are unduly upset.
  • Crisis communication (“We’ll get through it together!”): How to guide people through serious hazards when they are appropriately upset (or even in denial).

By blending the work of Nowak,with the plan set forth by the risk communicators, the improved “Ten step Playbook” is available to get the nation ready for the coming pandemic.

Step 1: Start where your audience is

Officials are advised to start with empathy. Instead of scolding people for their lack of concern, make “common cause with the public” and then talk about how horrible the pandemic is likely to be. Don’t tell them the answer: lead them to the conclusion.

Step 2: Don’t be afraid to frighten people

Sandman and Lanard advise the “fear appeals have had bad press, but the research evidence that they work is overwhelming”. That said, they advise, “We can’t scare people enough about H5N1”.

Step 3: Acknowledge uncertainty

Sandman gives an example of a senior veterinary official from Thailand’s public health department who stated, “We know it is H5, but we’re hoping it won’t be H5N1”, as an example of two addition risk communication principles: acknowledge uncertainty and don’t overly reassure. The CDC has been saying since the 1980s that we are “way overdue” for another pandemic. The mass media has apparently been given a green light to magnify this latest health concern by creating ominous warnings with headlines way out of proportion to the risks.

Step 4: Share dilemmas

In crisis communication, the intent of dilemma sharing is to humanize the organization making the decision and give people the impression they are participating in the planning process. Successful use of this strategy will “reduce the outrage if you turn out to be wrong”.

Step 5: Give people things to do Continue reading