“It’s Hard to Stop Ebola?” “Reduce the Risks?”

CDC Ebola 1Are you one of many questioning the CDC’s responses to Ebola? Why does the CDC talk about containment, yet refuse to contain Ebola at its source?

Maybe now you can begin to understand why skeptics at  ExposeSexEdNow! have been baffled by the CDC’s “prevention” methods, especially when it pertains to human behaviors or politically correct protocols.

The CDC does not have a track record for responding adequately to past or current epidemics such as HIV, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, HPV, nor even the so-called “crises” of pregnancies or population growth.

After 9 months, the US gets hit with Ebola and it now matters?! The CDC and others have had 9 months to plan their responses and it is suspected that they will not let a “crisis go to waste.”

When Tom Frieden, CDC Director said that “It’s hard to stop Ebola” and the CDC is “reducing the risks” of Ebola transmissions it was clear that that they are operating in their default ideological mode.

Not only is the Ebola outbreak revealing CDC’s ideology, it is exposing this same ideology used by their colleagues at US HHS, Planned Parenthood and SIECUS, who are pushing their National Sexuality Standards globally.

“Reducing the Risks” is their MO. This mantra is all over the CDC’s website and has been played out for decades in various scenarios involving the control of human behaviors.

The CDC labels certain risks “acceptable,” especially if they are too politically charged or “hard to stop.”  They ‘throw up their hands,’ proclaim that some risks are “too hard to stop,” and issue superficial instructions to prevent the transmission of the problem.

Concerning screenings for Ebola, checking for fevers at airports, asking if the person has been to West Africa, and “washing your hands” are simply not enough. Do they not know that people will take Tylenol, lie, and not wash their hands?

The CDC continues to prevent STDs and pregnancies through “risk reduction” rather than a “risk avoidance” strategy, as they have since the 80’s. Typical ‘sexual foreplay’ education in US schools includes politically correct, feel good, and after-the-fact prevention methods such as condoms and dental dams, “safe sex,” hormonal birth control, Plan B, abortion, and telling the public that sexual behaviors, especially among teens, are just “too hard to stop.”

Factor in a very powerful and heavily funded Sexual Rights Agenda, that will not allow certain sexual behaviors to be stopped or discouraged, and epidemics happen.

Telling the truth about certain behaviors and mandating strategies to AVOID behaviors that cause the negative consequences is not often part of the CDC’s or the WHO’s public health model.

Nor, does it keep the funding flowing in their direction!

Contrary to the Hollywood narratives, the CDC does not seem to want or know how to adequately quarantine the infected and/or stop the problems at the source.

Maybe that is what our 4,000 military personnel sent to West Africa are supposed to do before they get sick?

Thanks so much!

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