Conspiracy Theorist

The U.S. disease factory

By Mark Luedtke

Americans have been fooled into believing government and the health care system it controls prevents and cures diseases. Heck, the CDC’s full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so it must be true. But the Health Wyze Report made an important point: “While some practicing doctors may be honorable people who seek to help others, their schools, organizations and governmental agencies are all controlled by pharmaceutical companies which have less noble intentions. It is best for them if diseases are treated, but never cured. The trend is unmistakable. How many decades has it been since any honest effort was made at developing a cure for any disease? Was it polio? How long ago was that?”

This isn’t limited to pharmaceutical companies. All health care providers profit from having return customers instead of actually curing patients, and since government limits competition by controlling who can enter this market and what treatments they can prescribe, government ensures curing disease doesn’t happen. Anybody who breaks from the system and dares to try to cure disease is attacked by the health care police of the Food and Drug Administration – exemplified by the FDA’s 15-year war against Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski and his treatment of cancer.

Government doesn’t prevent or cure disease. It uses disease as a tool, making it more likely Americans will develop disease and never cure it. President Obama recently made this crystal clear. In an attempt to save lives from the outbreak of incurable Ebola in Africa, African nations are isolating the infection zone to prevent the disease from spreading. European and Asian countries are taking steps to prevent the disease from reaching their countries. This is the sensible and compassionate thing to do.

But U.S. rulers are neither sensible nor compassionate, so instead of trying to prevent Ebola from reaching the U.S., Obama is intentionally flying two infected American medical volunteers working with the organization Samaritan’s Purse from Liberia to Atlanta. For the first time, Ebola is coming to the U.S., increasing the risk of infection to us all, and we can thank government for that.

The experts tell us there’s nothing to worry about. The Los Angeles Times cooed, “Emory University Hospital said it will house its two Ebola patients in a state-of-the-art isolation unit on the hospital campus. The facility, only one of four of its kind in the country, was built in collaboration with the CDC, and is separate from other patient areas. The unit is outfitted with equipment that provides ‘an extraordinarily high level’ of isolation and ensures its doctors and staff are highly trained in treating Ebola patients, according to a statement from the hospital.”

To paraphrase, we should just trust the CDC. They’re the experts of experts.

But Bloomberg told a different story. “And just hours before [the rescue plane] took off from Georgia, Tom Frieden, the CDC director, was talking with journalists and gave no hint of the impending action. To the contrary, Frieden stated that such an intervention might be unwise,” Bloomberg wrote. “‘There is the potential the actual movement of the patient could do more harm than the benefit from more advanced supportive care outside of the country,’ he said. At the same time, he said the CDC would work with Samaritan’s Purse ‘to facilitate whatever option they wish to pursue.’”

Sensible and compassionate, even the CDC didn’t want to bring Ebola into the U.S. Too bad. You might think there’s little risk because the CDC knows all the techniques to contain the virus, but over 100 health care workers who use the same techniques have contracted the virus so far, including the two Americans bringing it back.

You might think those doctors made mistakes, and the CDC, because they’re the experts of experts, won’t make mistakes. Recent history suggests otherwise. Dr. Mercola reported, “At some point between June 6 and June 13, an estimated 75-84 scientists and staff members at a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) biolab were exposed to live anthrax.

The live pathogen had been sent from another, higher-security facility, which failed to follow biosafety protocols.”

The supposed experts can’t protect their own employees, let alone the American people. And the mistakes don’t stop there. Mercola followed up, “Several weeks ago, scientists were shocked to discover a number of old, unapproved vials of the deadly smallpox virus in a ‘forgotten storage room’ on the National Institutes for Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Now, they’ve reportedly uncovered a total of one dozen boxes containing nearly 330 vials of an array of pathogens, including dengue and spotted fever. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the responsibility of overseeing the lab.”

The key to understanding this seeming insanity is recognizing the CDC is first and foremost a biological weapons factory. It doesn’t control or prevent disease. It weaponizes disease. Smallpox has long been eradicated in the wild, but U.S. biological weapons scientists keep the deadly virus around as a weapon. No doubt, the government is bringing Ebola to the CDC for military and political purposes, not compassion.

The views and opinions expressed in Conspiracy Theorist are the views and/or opinions of the author and do not reflect the views and/or opinions of the Dayton City Paper or Dayton City Media and are published strictly for entertainment purposes.

Mark Luedtke is an electrical engineer with a degree from the University of Cincinnati and currently works for a Dayton attorney. He can be reached at

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