Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a massive United States government agency that spends over $8 billion a year.[1]

Its annual budget reflects political pressure and interests of the pharmaceutical industry rather than the incidence of disease and health problems among Americans. There have been frequent complaints of conflicts of interest by officials at the CDC. The CDC has made many high-profile mistakes in recommending vaccines wanted by the pharmaceutical industry, such as the Lyme disease vaccine, the rotavirus vaccine and the swine flu vaccine, all of which were later pulled from the market.

In mishandling the coronavirus crisis, the totalitarian CDC insisted on using its own defective testing rather than allow superior private testing to be done, which would have helped minimized the spread of the disease at a crucial time. In addition, on April 13, 2020, Dr. Annie Bukachek, citing a memo from the CDC dated March 24,[2] indicated that the CDC deliberately overcounted deaths caused by COVID-19 by telling doctors to count anyone who had COVID-19 in their system at the time of death as a COVID-19 death, regardless of the actual cause of death.[3] Even worse, leaked emails revealed that the CDC's policy regarding school systems was influenced more by the American Federation of Teachers more than in science.[4]

Founded in 1946, the CDC is based in Atlanta.[5] Atlanta was chosen as its first act was to handle the growing malaria problem; Atlanta was located in the center of the malaria outbreak. It remained there due in large part to the work of Coca-Cola (also based in Atlanta): the CEO of the company made a deal with Emory University to sell some of its land at a highly discounted price.


"It should be clear to all by now that federal bureaucracies are either too corrupt, politicized, or incompetent to fulfill their core missions. The purpose of bureaucracies is to continually expand their payroll, budgets, and missions to the point of becoming massive, inefficient, and deadly. We will have to take care of ourselves if we want to survive. Waiting for more CDC directives and guidelines is worse than counterproductive."—Richard Amerling, M.D., Association of American Physicians and Surgeons[6]

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  6. Doctor's Orders Column: "If you want to live, ignore the CDC: Dr. Richard Amerling warns government incapable of protecting citizenry", October 18, 2014, "Richard Amerling, M.D., is an associate professor of clinical medicine and an academic nephrologist at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Amerling studied medicine at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, graduating cum laude in 1981."