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CDC: Clowns of Disease and Data Control

          June 12, 2021

Since the Coronavirus Scare started with a vengeance, around April Fool's Day 2020, ultimate authority in the United States has been handed over to the unelected officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta Georgia, next to the NIH-funded (National Institutes of Health) Yerkes National Primate Research Center, where they experiment on primates (humans are primates). Presidential and gubernatorial executive orders, which are already of questionable constitutionality since they are not mentioned there, about coronavirus restrictions state that Americans have to do whatever the CDC says, even if it contradicts, as it invariably does, what the Constitution's Bill of Rights says federal and state (under the 14th Amendment) governments can not do. See for example

Dr. Duane Thresher v. Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, Judge David J. Novak, Case Number 3:20cv307

which is about Northam's coronavirus executive orders violating my First Amendment right to peaceably assemble. Much of this CDC "law" amounts, like at the National Primate Research Center, to keeping Americans in cages, muzzling them, and experimenting on them.

All this is OK though because the CDC is competent and they are protecting us, right? Wrong. The CDC is a dangerous bunch of clowns.

Smallpox is a horrible, deadly (30% mortality rate) disease — look up some photos of it, I'm not putting any here — that has been dreaded by man for hundreds if not thousands of years. In 1967 the World Health Organization finally got serious about globally eradicating smallpox and by 1977 had done so. This led to a debate about whether all samples of smallpox everywhere should be destroyed. It was realized that the Russians, even if they agreed to this, would probably secretly keep samples for weaponizing, so the U.S. kept samples too ... at the CDC.

Anthrax is an even deadlier disease, with a 90% mortality rate. (I was living in New York City during the Anthrax Scare of 2001; see Coronavirus and Spam: The Fear Is Worse Than The Disease.)

In 2014, under Vice President Joe Biden , the CDC admitted that while it was looking into accidental infection of its workers with anthrax, it discovered there were several "misplaced" samples of smallpox.

If that last sentence doesn't convince you the CDC is a dangerous bunch of clowns, you must have Mad Cow Disease and the reasoning part of your brain has been eaten away.

Speaking of smallpox, coronavirus, and the law, from my Thresher v. Northam Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Certiorari that was illegally quashed by corrupt federal judge David J. Novak:
The framers of the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights were all painfully aware of the dangers of epidemics, having survived the terrible 1775 – 1782 North American smallpox epidemic. Smallpox has a mortality rate of about 30% and survivors often suffer horrifying lifelong aftereffects. Smallpox inoculation existed at the time, but even that had a 0.5% – 2% mortality rate, the same as the worst case scenario for coronavirus, which is transmitted in exactly the same way, face-to-face contact.

And yet the framers of the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights, started before 1789, did not allow for nullifying the First Amendment right to peaceably assemble. They did not even put a limit on this right even though it is the most easily quantifiable.
Further, even though closely related viruses have been around forever, when the Coronavirus Scare started, the CDC was completely clueless about coronavirus and what to do about it — they had spent most of their time and taxpayer money studying sensationalistic diseases that Americans were never going to get, like Ebola. Their numerous pronouncements about what to do about coronavirus were late, contradictory, and nonsensical. They really did seem like a bunch of clowns in a circus tent.

As a result, most Americans rightfully don't trust the CDC anymore, including about the safety of the coronavirus vaccine (what did happen to those misplaced smallpox samples?). These unelected CDC clowns certainly should not have ultimate authority over us, particularly in regards to forcing us to receive the coronavirus vaccine (how were the CDC workers accidentally infected with anthrax?).

As for data control, the CDC, as well as the NIH, are part of the Department of Health and Human Services, which due to IT incompetence there was hacked into during The Doomsday Microsoft Government Email Data Breach or Doomsday II: The Massive Microsoft Email Data Breach Sequel. The Russians probably wanted to find out what the CDC knew about weaponizing smallpox. Not anthrax though, because the Russians already knew how to weaponize that. In 1992 Russia finally admitted that an incident in 1979 in Sverdlovsk where 64 people died of anthrax was due to the removal of a clogged filter in a military anthrax weaponization plant; read Ken Alibek's book Biohazard, The Chilling True Story of the Largest Covert Biological Weapons Program in the World – Told from Inside by the Man Who Ran It.