CDC recommending Stanford Prison Experiment, a la the Shielding Approach

Mankind must never tolerate evil. For first, evil is tolerated…Then it is embraced…Then hailed as being good...Until one day it becomes unlawful to do what is actually good and this is all by design. Ignorance is the enemy, knowledge will be given for our world.

It’s not the boldness of these psychopaths masquerading as humans that gets me so upset, but rather that most of humanity is just sitting there letting this all happen. Before I keep ranting, here is the article we will be discussing in great detail from CDC’s website and an archive of the page.

Now before I begin, I know it’s difficult for people to actually believe that the government, our countryman, would actually do this to their neighbor. Yet I’ve said almost in every article written here, history shows us the way and history is about to repeat itself yet again, that is unless you do something about this.

I’ll be blunt, it’s time to wake the hell up! This is what the CDC is presenting you and I know it may not be the easiest article to understand, but that is what I am here for.

What is the main principle of the Shielding Approach?

I’ll just let the screen grab say it all.

What is the CDC recommending in non densely populated areas?

The CDC updated this section on their website on July 26, 2020, so keep in mind, this is merely just them presenting the ‘summary’ of what they want to do in order to fight the new deadly…blowmega-sauraus variant. Maybe it will also shed light to what they have been working so hard for the last year or so on. I digress, so what you are looking at is a general overview of what they want to utilize in ‘humanitarian settings’ only. You need to look at what they are sourcing as their reasons for recommendations and what these recommendations actually are. These are found at the end of their article and that is where the real ‘Meat and Potato’s’ of this bolshevik designed baby is.

Say hello to the Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings1humanitarian setting means the non cities for example, the surrounding suburbs of Chicago. The CDC is using the soon to be hot new keyword, SHIELDING APPROACH2I guarantee you will start to hear the media and government officials start to push this term “Shielding Approach” and when people catch on, it will become something almost identical. which is actually what the Caroline Favas at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is suggesting in her 15 page document, originally here, but as always, archived here.

So what is this exactly that the CDC is recommending? I’ve highlighted a key sentence in the screenshot below, and I’ll break down who they classify as “high risk” momentarily, but let’s look at this part where the high risk would get relocated too. Household, neighborhood, CAMP/SECTOR. It doesn’t sound bad I guess until you read what Caroline Favas and her contributors3Contributors to this crime: Nada Abdelmagid, Francesco Checchi, Sylvia Garry, Prudence Jarrett, Ruwan Ratnayake, Abdihamid Warsame actually wrote. Let’s dig in shall.

CDC Shielding Approach Recommendation

CDC’s new recommended approach, and Humanities future if we don’t stand up

Who are the High Risk

Well thank god we can finally move everyone with HIV, TB, people 60 years and up, pregnant woman, diabetes and more into these new ‘Green Zones’ on page 6 of Caroline’s fine document4Favas, C. Guidance for the prevention of COVID-19 infections among high-risk individuals in camps and camp-like settings pdf icon[465 KB, 15 pages]external icon. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 31 March 2020.. It should be pointed out that covid really doesn’t impact anyone below 70, but for, and I quote from the image below; “a more meaningful proxy of biological age in most camp settings”. So while you aren’t really high risk, those 60 and over have to be moved to these new camps because it is going to help…even out the age of the other geriatrics there. Don’t worry, it gets even better.

What does a “Shielding Zone” look like?

Well by Caroline’s standard, there are three potential zones here.

  1. Household – level
  2. Block or neighborhood – level
  3. A sector5 in a camp or camp-like setting comprises several blocks. A block is a group of shelters or a single shelter housing several households– level (Make sure to click the footnote;-)

Don’t worry if you think you will just get stuck with one of the options listed above, as she points out, “Depending on the context and community preferences, a single shielding option or a combination can be implemented.”

That’s right, it may just be a special prison cell built inside a multi-room home or they may convert an apartment building into one of these zones that your pregnant wife or elderly mother could have her pick of.

All in all it’s ok because it’s really not a prison camp because there are no physical barriers for these people. In fact, Caroline points out, that is indeed the design.

To avoid the perception and experience of enforced isolation, green zones need not have physical barriers around them

Caroline Favas

Only the Sick and Old are going to be in these places? How will they survive on their own and who will make sure they stay in these ‘Green Zones’

You read my mind, how are these old and sick people going to be cared for? First, to keep people from straying too far out of the green zone, supplies should be delivered as closely to them as possible. Perhaps Amazon’s drone delivery will be a wonderful way to interact with Nanna and get her the items she needs, like pampers or something to hold her dentures in.

5th bullet on page 7.

I’m actually relieved because Lenny with TB is going to be taking real great care of my Nanna. Wait a second, I totally forgot my Nanna identifies as a non-binary-actually-binary-on-tuesdays so someone like Lenny can’t be in her encampment. Caroline and the CDC solved this for us already, and the decision is actually up the community and it all get’s to be based on the socio-cultural context. That’s right, Nanna get’s to live in a gender segregated area, no late nights staying up worried Lenny is going to creep into her room while she sleeps.

This is all sounds really great, but what do these places look like?

Is this one of those shut up and take my money moments? (Warning: More tasteless sarcasm) Let’s take a look at how we can bring the Stanford Prison Experiment to every single household in the world.

So here how this would work potentially;

Household level – Scenario Nanna

Let’s say Nanna get’s sick, maybe the Amazon drone didn’t deliver the medicine to drop-off point Alpha-Charlie, Ja-Lenny (Lenny now also identifies as a non-binary-actually-binary-on-tuesdays) is going to move Nanna into an area of the house that non of the other non-binary’s are allowed to go near.

In fact, Ja-Lenny is authorized by the local health czar official to use deadly force maintaining everyone’s isolation safe distance from one another.

Nanna stays in this green zone until we are certain she is going to get better and if anyone else has symptoms they then get green-zoned as well. Ja-Lenny is very serious about his position in the household.

Does this sound absolutely absurd to you yet?

It should, but look around you. Are you starting to see this slowly fall into place??

Maybe you still don’t believe there is a pushed narrative taking place?

Now being Caroline didn’t actually link all of her sources, in many cases she just gives the news site and says march, this date. So if you want to see where she got all her info from, you need to hunt and not all are able to found easily. I’m still finding her sources myself which should give great pause and concern to us all, how the CDC could recommend such actions and this insane chick’s paper isn’t even properly cited and sourced.

Caroline’s references:

  1. WHO. Pandemic influenza preparedness and mitigation in refugee and displaced populations WHO
    guidelines for humanitarian agencies Second edition. 2008.
    6Good luck finding this
  2. Blundell H, Milligan R, Norris SL, Garner P. WHO guidance for refugees in camps: systematic review.
    BMJ Open. 2019;9:1–7.
  3. Truelove S, Abrahim O, Altare C, Azman AS, Spiegel PB. COVID-19: Projecting the impact in Rohingya
    refugee camps and beyond. 2020.
  4. Dahab M, Zandvoort K Van, Flasche S, Warsame A, Spiegel PB, Waldman J, et al. COVID-19 control in
    low-income settings and displaced populations : what can realistically be done ?
  5. Gillespie AM, Obregon R, Asawi R El, Richey C, Manoncourt E, Joshi K, et al. Social Mobilization and
    Community Engagement Central to the Ebola Response in West Africa: Lessons for Future Public Health
    Emergencies. Glob Heal Sci Pract [Internet]. 2016 [cited 2020 Mar 26];4(4):626–46. Available from:
    www.ghspjournal.org
  6. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Information for healthcare professionals Coronavirus
    (COVID-19) Infection in Pregnancy. 2020.
  7. Dong Y, Mo X, Hu Y. Epidemiological characteristics of 2143 pediatric patients with 2019 coronavirus
    disease in China. Pediatr (pre-publication release) [Internet]. 2020 [cited 2020 Mar 26]; Available from:
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  8. Wu Z, McGoogan JM. Characteristics of and Important Lessons from the Coronavirus Disease 2019
    (COVID-19) Outbreak in China: Summary of a Report of 72314 Cases from the Chinese Center for Disease
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    inpatients with COVID-19 in Wuhan, China: a retrospective cohort study. Lancet. 2020 Mar;
  11. CDC. What people with HIV should know about COVID-19. 2020.
  12. Finkelstein DM, Williams PL, Molenberghs G, Feinberg J, Powderly WG, Kahn J, et al. Patterns of
    Opportunistic Infections in Patients with HIV In… : JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency
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    31];12(1):38–45. Available from:https://journals.lww.com/jaids/Fulltext/1996/05010/Patterns_of_Opportunistic_Infections_in_Patients.6.aspx
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    to COVID-19 and disease severity [Internet]. medRxiv. 2020 [cited 2020 Mar 26]. Available from:
    https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.10.20033795
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    https://handbook.spherestandards.org/en/sphere/#ch007_004
  15. WHO. Water , sanitation , hygiene and waste management for the COVID-19 virus. 2020.
  16. WHO. Global Surveillance for human infection with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) [Internet]. 2020.
    Available from: https://www.who.int/publications-detail/global-surveillance-for-human-infection-withnovel-coronavirus-(2019-ncov)
  17. UNHCR. Commodity distribution (NFIs, food) – UNHCR|Emergency Handbook [Internet]. [cited 2020 Mar
    28]. Available from: https://emergency.unhcr.org/entry/43130/commodity-distribution-nfis-food
  18. WHO. Infection prevention and control during health care when COVID-19 is suspected. Vol. 38. 2020.

Footnotes

  • 1
    humanitarian setting means the non cities for example, the surrounding suburbs of Chicago.
  • 2
    I guarantee you will start to hear the media and government officials start to push this term “Shielding Approach” and when people catch on, it will become something almost identical.
  • 3
    Contributors to this crime: Nada Abdelmagid, Francesco Checchi, Sylvia Garry, Prudence Jarrett, Ruwan Ratnayake, Abdihamid Warsame
  • 4
  • 5
    in a camp or camp-like setting comprises several blocks. A block is a group of shelters or a single shelter housing several households
  • 6
    Good luck finding this