This certainly raises questions in the context of the CDC’s “herd immunity” vaccine marketing strategy for minor infections like measles and flu. What exactly was she trained for if not ebola containment?
(NaturalNews) Nurse Kaci Hickox, who has made headlines over the last few days by refusing to quarantine herself after returning from the Ebola front lines in Africa, turns out to have been trained as an “intelligence officer” under a two-year CDC program modeled after the U.S. military.
As you can see from the document below, Hickox graduated from a two-year CDC intelligence officer training program in 2012. This is the same nurse whose LinkedIn page was recently scrubbed to hide her ties to the CDC, an agency that stands to benefit tremendously in both political power and budgets if an Ebola outbreak sweeps across America.
The official intelligence designation granted to Nurse Hickox by the CDC was “Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer,” and she is a graduate of the 2012 EIS program according to this CDC document (PDF). (See page 138 – 139 for her name and photo, or view photo below.)
That same year, the CDC graduated 81 such “intelligence officers” whose names and photos are also listed in the public document.
The CDC models its operations after the U.S. military
What is a CDC intelligence officer? To understand the answer, you first have to realize that the CDC models itself after the U.S. military which is why CDC “officers” wear military costumes when appearing before Congress, complete with shoulder stripes, stars and badges.
Just as with the U.S. Army, the CDC also has “intelligence officers” whose jobs include gathering intelligence, analyzing intelligence and conducting counterintelligence ops. The CDC’s sanitized description of this job is found on this web page which states:
EIS officers are on the public health frontlines, conducting epidemiologic investigations, research, and public health surveillance both nationally and internationally.
That same page shows a photograph of a CDC intelligence officer wearing a military costume, complete with multiple stars on the shirt collar and a military-style name tag. These are symbols used to project the appearance of authority by adopting military dress even though the CDC isn’t even under the command of the Dept. of Defense.
The uniforms are just one sign of the militarization of the CDC, an organization so steeped in delusional theatrics that it still won’t admit sneeze particles can travel farther than 3 feet or that Ebola actually has a 42-day incubation period, not the 21 days we are repeatedly told.
Serving the public, or endangering it?
With all this said, why is a CDC-trained intelligence officer screaming so loudly about putting herself into a home quarantine for 21 days to reduce the risk of transmitting Ebola to other Americans? If the CDC is supposed to be serving the public, then why is this CDC-trained intelligence officer clearly abandoning any real concern for public safety by refusing to comply with a sensible self-quarantine rule?
“I don’t plan on sticking to the guidelines,” she said in a Today interview.  “I remain appalled by these home quarantine policies that have been forced upon me… I’m not going to sit around and be bullied around by politicians and be forced to stay in my home when I am not a risk to the American public.”
These are not the words of a concerned, ethically-driven epidemiologist. They are the words of a CDC intelligence operative who has been trained in the art of information warfare. Her words reflect the aims of the CDC which has openly opposed all sensible pandemic protections for Americans.
America’s most important medical decisions, in other words, are right now being influenced by an intelligence operative trained by the CDC under a two-year program modeled after the military.
Are her actions and words now starting to make a lot more sense?
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