Ebola Cover Up: CDC Monitoring 1,400 Active Cases: “Government Effort To Control The Message”

Ebola Cover Up: CDC Monitoring 1,400 Active Cases: “Government Effort To Control The Message”

Mac Slavo
December 21st, 2014


Though it’s taken a backseat to Ferguson and the Sony hacking story, the Ebola virus remains a threat in the United States.

According to Fox News Channel’s investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, who recently reached out to the Centers for Disease Control, the agency is still very much involved in monitoring individuals for the deadly African-borne virus.

The problem, says Attkisson, is that the CDC is covering up the numbers, presumably to minimize panic across the United States.

Attkinson says that following the appointment of Ebola Czar Ron Klain media involvement became almost non-existent because the government stopped releasing statistics and granting interviews in an effort to control the news.

The infectious disease experts I consulted were and remain very concerned about this because if it gets out of control in this country because we will not be able to deal with it.

A lot of the media coverage has gone from overtime to almost nothing since they appointed the Ebola Czar, and I don’t think that’s any accident – I think it’s a strategy.

There’s a good argument to be made that things were made safer… the reason we don’t have a worst case scenario today as far as we know is because there was media coverage… a public outcry… that totally changed the way the government was handling the Ebola crisis…

Once the Ebola Czar came in they quit putting out the head of the CDC… no more interviews. Someone decided, I think, when we give information they cover it. When we don’t give information it will fall off the stage and it largely did.

I called CDC not long ago and said how many active cases are being monitored in the United States of Ebola and they said 1,400.

I said, ‘where is that on your web site?’ They said ‘We’re not putting it on the web.’

I think there is an effort to control the message and to tamp it down. This is public information and we have the right to know and I think the media should not hype it, but cover it.

Based on Attkinson’s report one can conclude that the Ebola Czar, who had no medical experience whatsoever at the time of his appointment, was put into place not so much to help implement new medical procedures, but rather, to act as a Public Relations manager whose job it was to control the flow of information.

The strategy worked, it seems, because Ebola is now just a joke among the majority of the public.

But, as Attkinson notes, the virus is still poses a significant danger to the American public. To date the virus has claimed the lives of over 7,000 people in West Africa and it is still spreading fast according to a United Nations report that says over 18,000 have been infected so far.

There have been no additional confirmed cases of Ebola officially recorded in the United States since late October, but as Infowars‘ Paul Joseph Watson noted in a recent report, it is quite possible that another aspect of the Ebola Czar’s job is to keep any such infection under wraps. That may even mean that confirmed Ebola patients are being disappeared by the CDC.

A doctor has exclusively revealed to Infowars that health authorities are covering up Ebola cases in the United States and disappearing patients in an effort to avoid hysteria.

James Lawrenzi, DO, who has two clinics in Garden City and Archie, Missouri, appeared on the Alex Jones Show today to warn that the true scale of the situation was being deliberately downplayed. It is important to note that none of these potential Ebola outbreaks occurred at the clinics in which Lawrenzi works.

Lawrenzi said that shortly after the arrival of patient zero – Thomas Eric Duncan – in the United States, he was told by a doctor at Truman Lakewood Medical Center in Kansas City they had taken in a possible Ebola patient who had a high fever and was bleeding out of all his orifices having recently returned from West Africa.

The following day, Lawrenzi was told by the doctor that the patient had “disappeared” against medical advice, but that he wouldn’t have been able to leave on his own given his medical condition.

The day after the patient disappeared, a meeting was called for anyone who had contact with the patient. Doctors and other medical workers were told that the patient had malaria. Lawrenzi also revealed that drug reps from within the area warned over additional possible Ebola cases in the area.

Though such a scenario might sound far-fetched, an Executive Order recently updated by President Obama suggests that “disappearing” a patient suspected of a contagious disease is completely within the scope of the government if their infection has been deemed a national security threat.

Because no effective means of treating the virus has yet been released to the general public – and it’s questionable whether you want to get a vaccine if and when it does become available – the only strategy for ensuring that you don’t contract the virus is to focus on prevention.

As The Prepper’s Blueprint author Tess Pennington notes, we are on a need-to-know basis with Ebola (and any other potential contagion in the future) so it comes down to each individual to ensure their own safety. According to Pennington that includes a variety of strategies that need to be implemented or developed ahead of any major outbreak:

  1. Have a well stocked sick room to decrease the chances of an infectious illness spreading and infecting other household members.
  2. Be prepared for a mandatory quarantine that ensures you and your family won’t have to leave the house should an emergency be declared.
  3. This includes having a reserve food supply, something that can be easily accomplished by following this primer on How To Create a Food Supply
  4. Have medical supplies on hand, especially items like WHO-approved respirator masks, disposable gloves, eye protection, and Tychem body suits.
  5. Understand when it’s time to go into full pandemic lock-down mode and self quarantine

Here is a free Pandemic Preparedness Guide to help you plan and prepare – visit site for working link

The CDC, unfortunately, has not provided the public with any sort of serious guidelines for preventing the spread of Ebola. One minute the public is told that Ebola isn’t airborne, but the next minute the government issues warnings that infectious material can, in fact, spread through water droplets in the air.

The point is that the government is going to keep as much of this hidden from the public for as long as possible. Not just with Ebola, but any number of potential emergencies.

Additional Resources:

The Prepper’s Blueprint: Prepare For Any Disaster

The Ebola Survival Handbook

How To Build a One Year Food Supply In Three Months

Pandemic Preparedness Guide

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Why Store Food?

There is a stigma attached to the notion of food storage.  Often media events confuse those who choose to plan ahead to be fanatical prepper types.  See glossary post: What Is  a Prepper?

There is a myriad of reasons to store food, two of which cannot be ignored:  natural disaster and job loss.

Natural/Manmade Disaster:

In the event of a natural disaster, or man-made one, it can take relief agencies 2 to 7 days to reach you.

What will you eat and drink until then?  

If you are imagining special forces troops to be singling you and your community out for food and water drops during the first few days, you’re fooling yourself.

Your most immediate help will come from your own preps, a neighbor on your street, or in your community, then family – if they can get there.  Next will be from your church and last the government, or agencies, that take action during the aftermath.

To be the most help to your immediate family and your community, you need to prepare for your own in case of disaster, so that you can have the strength and peace of mind to help other.

Job Loss:

With the economy seemingly on the brink, jobs are harder to find and harder to keep.  An employer can ‘lay-off’ employees for any reason in most areas, workforce loyalty is rarely regarded as part of a corporations integrity or benefits program.

Many people receive a pink-slip without any warning and then they are left to figure out what they are going to do.  If you have enough food and non-essentials, then you only need to fine work to pay the bills.  Planning and prepping for the unexpected can help you maintain your own self-worth and increase your ability to take care of your family.

How Much Wheat Am I Really Going To Eat? by Anne McFadden

How Much Wheat Am I Really Going To Eat? by Anne McFadden

Section 1 of ‘How Much Wheat Am I Really Going to Eat?’ will help you determine the amount of food you may need by answering a few simple questions about Why you want to store food.  

You can get a copy of this book under the ‘Get the Book’ Tab on this site, or click the title link above.

When you establish the Why’s then you will know the ‘How Much’ food and non-food essentials you will be planning for.

By planning ahead, you can be at peace when life throws you a curve ball.

May the Storage Be With You.  🙂

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Crossed International Boundaries this Month

How Much Wheat Am I Really Going To Eat? by Anne McFadden

How Much Wheat Am I Really Going To Eat? by Anne McFadden

Whoo Hoot!  I’ve sold a kindle book in Australia this month!

I know that may not seem like a big deal, but it is to me.
Funny, it seems to help me feel like I am a for-real author!
Since this is my first book, and my baby, as well as the possible opus of my writing career, I am happy to see my book selling on the other side of the world.

Thank you Amazon!  🙂


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How Much Wheat Am I Really Going To Eat? by Anne McFadden

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May the Storage Be with You.  🙂

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What is a Prepper?


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A ‘prepper‘ is a nickname for someone who prepares ahead of time for the unknown for the   purpose of securing the welfare and the welfare of their families.

Stereotypes often lead one to believe that preppers are composed of anti-social paranoid cabin dwellers with a stash of artillery and ammo in an underground bunker.  Although, there have been published reports reflecting this type of fanaticism, this is far from reality for the main body of preppers in society.

Preppers are everyday folks who work regular jobs, attend a church, shop at the store, chauffeur kids to and from various activities, celebrate holidays, fish, hunt and even watch football.

Preppers are people who care about tomorrow.
They watch the headlines and wonder – “What would we do if that happened in our neighborhood?  What IF our country were to become like Guatemala or Greece ~ clamoring for food and necessities during and economic upheaval?  Would I be able to take care of my family to avoid food lines and crowded streets filled with the unhappy and hungry?

I have authored the answer to that question, and many other questions in my book: How Much Wheat Am I Really Going to Eat?

If you have a pantry with a week or two of food to get by and a some extra gallons of water set aside in case the tap isn’t flowing, you are a prepper.

There are many scenarios and reasons why a person would want to prepare for adverse conditions. Sections 1 and two of my book outline the Why’s of prepping and the types of prepping: short-term, 6 month or long-term prepping.  Your choice on how to prep, will be determined foremost by your answer to the ‘Why’ you want to prep.

Visit the “Get The Book” tab and discover the world of prepping, how easy it is and learn whether you may have been already prepping all along.

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