Medical Experimentation?

Posted in Politics on October 16th, 2014

Obama's Ebola HazardI’ve already asked the question of whether or not Obama wanted ebola to strike the US. Now, watching the progress of ebola within America, another question comes to my mind. Did Obama and his CDC engage in “medical experimentation” in their handling of the late Thomas Duncan’s fatal and communicable illness.

This is more plausible than one might first believe.

It all comes down to the evidence presented by how Thomas Duncan’s case of ebola was handled.

Why wasn’t Mr. Duncan immediately moved to Emory Hospital, one of the best hospitals in the world for dealing with diseases such as ebola and attached to the CDC? It’s where all or most of the infected medical personnel from Africa have been sent. Barring that, why were the CDC largely uninvolved in the treatment of Mr. Duncan? Why instead were local civilian medical personnel put in charge of it with only CDC-approved protocols for them to follow?

Why, after those protocols were proven to be ineffective, resulting in the infection of one of his nurses, Nina Pham, were CDC staff not subject to emergency briefings reenforcing quarantine and containment procedures for other possibly infected Dallas medical personnel?

The only two answers I can come up with are gross negligence or a planned non-response. While normally I’m among the first to chalk up such things to negligence and/or incompetence, the White House’s and their CDC’s reaction really fits the model for an experiment.

So I have to ask if Obama and his CDC deliberately refused to respond to this initial ebola case in the US as a true emergency requiring the mobilization of CDC resources as a means of testing the in-place procedures and biological disaster response capabilities already in use. After all, various professionals have warned us for over a decade that our response and containment capabilities were lacking and this would be an effective “live fire” exercise to prove or disprove those predictions.

I admit though that it’d be horrendously ironic if this is the case – as it very well might be – since it mean the Black POTUS engaging in “medical experimentation” upon another Black man.

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Oh Look! A Black Protester

Posted in Politics, Society on October 15th, 2014

Apparently this sort of misbehavior is a “Black Thing” and we Whites just wouldn’t understand. Nor is it considered politically correct to comment upon it in other than a sympathetic manner.

Black Protester
A Black Protester
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This is not to say that every Black who engages in some form of public protest is a violent animal. Many Blacks do contain themselves to less violent means of venting their anger. Yet violence, riots, looting, and threats of a race war are part and parcel of every Black protest. Nor do the less violent Blacks ever denounce, deal with, or turn in their more feral and savage brethren.

Truthfully, the “Black Community” is a lot like the Muslims. The radicals want to kill you and the moderates want the radicals to kill you. This similarity explains why it’s so easy for Blacks to be converted to Islam in prison and to be radicalized into jihad.

The truly sad and dangerous part of this is that it works fairly well for the “Black Community.” Somehow, some way America has been brow beat into accepting and bowing to this sort of insurrection and terrorism whenever and wherever the Blacks choose to engage in it.

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From Messiah To Mess

Posted in 2014 Election, Politics on October 14th, 2014

Oh how the “mighty” have fallen, tripped up and cast down by the harsh, unforgiving nature of reality. Obama, the Great Black Hope, was heralded as a messiah in 2008. Now, a mere six years later, the boy is just a mess – a tar baby that even Democrats steer clear of.

Obama - Messiah to Mess
Obama – From Messiah To Mess

It’s up to we, the People to remind the Democrats that they’re already stuck to this particulary political tar baby and already coated in- and reeking of the mess that is Obama and his agenda. Hellfire! Even Obama has decompensated enough to petulantly rant this fact.

I am not on the ballot this fall. Michelle’s pretty happy about that. But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them.

– Barack Obama

It time to take corrective action and cleanse the federal government of the feculent mess that has befouled it for six long, painful, and horrifically destructive years.

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