Medical Experimentation?

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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Obama's Ebola HazardAs most people in the US are probably aware, we have a second case of ebola in America. One of the nurses treating Mr. Duncan contracted ebola from him in the course of providing him treatment in the days before his death from this extremely lethal African virus.

In American pop-culture this would be called a Wildfire scenario.

Obama’s CDC, of course, swiftly responded to contain this breach…of faith and trust, if not the deadly contagion itself.

We’re deeply concerned about this new development. I think the fact that we don’t know of a breach in protocol is concerning because clearly there was a breach in protocol. We have the ability to prevent the spread of Ebola by caring safely for patients.

— Dr. Thomas Frieden

Blaming the victim for what is likely her imminent and horrific death is the sort of classy behavior we’ve come to expect from Obama’s appointees, as is Frieden’s rank prevarication.

To appropriate a tag line from Frieden’s boss, let me be clear – If following the CDC’s protocols while treating one single patient with a well-known disease in a state-of-the-art hospital in a major American city is insufficient to prevent healthcare workers from contracting the disease from the lone patient they’re treating, then those protocols are horribly and lethally flawed!

It’s painfully and patently obvious that we do not have the ability to prevent the spread of Ebola by caring safely for patients – at least, not if we merely abide by the CDC’s protocols. Perhaps, however, used Firestone’s protocols for containment and treating ebola, we would have that ability.

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In Morbum Mendax

Did Obama desire a containable domestic outbreak of ebolaEbola is bad – very, very bad. It is not, however the worst disease plaguing America right now. That seems to the the Lying Disease (Morbum Mendax) and, despite having identified Patient Zero, Morbum Mendax seems to be running rampant in some demographics.

The Obama Regime’s director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Dr. Tom Frieden is definitely showing symptoms of the late stages of this contagion. His rant on what is and is not America’s proper response to ebola certainly fits the pathology.

A travel ban is not the right answer. It’s simply not feasible to build a wall – virtual or real – around a community, city, or country. A travel ban would essentially quarantine the more than 22 million people that make up the combined populations of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea.

When a wildfire breaks out we don’t fence it off. We go in to extinguish it before one of the random sparks sets off another outbreak somewhere else.

— CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden, M.D.

A complete and utter travel ban is probably not the right answer in the long run but many nations and major airlines had already quarantined the ebola-stricken nations of West Africa until the Unitied Nations, for reasons largely unrelated to- but but blamed up the outbreak, bullied them into promising to lift the quarantine. There is no valid reason why America could institute similar quarantine measures.

You see, despite the lies drooling out of Frieden’s maw, when a wildfire breaks out we do fence it off.  The first order of containing a wildfire is to cordon it off using firebreaks and, where needed, back burns.

It’s both tone deaf and ironic that Frieden chose to use “wildfire” as analogy since in American pop-culture “wildfire” is a phrase used to denote a containment breach involving a deadly disease.

Nor would comprehensive travel restrictions into and from the ebola zone impact any form or strategized and properly managed disease control and relief efforts since a well-regulated and protected could still be put forth that did not include normal, commercial air traffic.

Then, this is the greatest threat posed by Morbum Mendax. It weakens the nation’s immune system and make us all more vulnerable to other infections such as ebola.

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