Intellihub: CDC mulls implementing “red zone” and “green zone” detainment camps, foresees “displaced populations” | Intellihub

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is mulling the idea of implementing “red zone” and “green zone” detainment camps as a means to battle COVID-19 and its variants. 

Officials at the privately-funded research and policy-setting group have cooked up a rather Orwellian strategy, in which agency higher-ups have outlined the fate of all Americans.

The document posted to the official CDC website reveals the CDC’s plan to implement a shielding approach to prevent COVID-19 in humanitarian settings. In writing, agency officials focus on “camps, displaced populations, and low-resource settings,” the CDC deems problematic.

Throwing caution to the wind, the CDC claims the true purpose of the document “is to highlight potential implementation challenges of the shielding approach from CDC’s perspective and guide thinking around implementation in the absence of empirical data.” Thus leaving a window open for the agency to pass the buck later when things change.

It’s all about control. As previously reported by Intellihub, American scientists fully expect the Yellowstone supervolcano to erupt by 2025, which is likely why the CDC is talking about “displaced populations.”

“If the Yellowstone supervolcano were to erupt, North America would be sent into a volcanic winter that could last decades, making for a virtually unrecoverable scenario. The proportions of such a disaster would be to a scale to which no one in the modern era has seen,” writes Intellihub’s Shepard Ambellas. “The proportions of such a disaster would be to a scale to which no one in the modern era has seen. Aside from a direct hit by an asteroid or a rogue comet, or dwarf planet close pass, a supervolcano eruption ranks among the worst possible disasters and has American scientists concerned.”

Activity at the Yellowstone caldera has ramped up. The United States Geological Survey detected over 1000 earthquakes in July 2021, raising concern. Nevertheless, the CDC’s shielding approach aims to reduce the number of severe COVID cases by limiting contact between the general population and individuals marked “high-risk.”

“Current evidence indicates that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19,” according to the CDC. “In most humanitarian settings, older population groups make up a small percentage of the total population. For this reason, the shielding approach suggests physically separating high-risk individuals from the general population to prioritize the use of the limited available resources and avoid implementing long-term containment measures among the general population.”

Shockingly, guidance published by the CDC openly promotes authorities enforcing “strict adherence to protocol” to segregate green zones from red zones. Sadly, this rhetoric and call for action can only be described as tyrannical and should be considered a flat-out violation of the U.S. Constitution.

Operational considerations presented in the CDC paperwork suggest humanitarian camps, also designed for displaced populations, be divided into three levels. The household level, the neighborhood level, and the camp/sector level.

“A designated shelter/group of shelters (max 5-10 households), within a small camp or area where high-risk members are grouped together,” constitutes neighborhood-level shielding, according to the CDC. “Neighbors ‘swap’ households to accommodate high-risk individuals.”

The CDC defines camp/sector level shielding as: “A group of shelters such as schools, community buildings within a camp/sector (max 50 high-risk individuals per single green zone) where high-risk individuals are physically isolated together.”

“Separating families and disrupting and deconstructing multigenerational households may have long-term negative consequences,” writes the CDC. “Shielding strategies need to consider sociocultural gender norms in order to adequately assess and address risks to individuals, particularly women and girls.”

The ambiguous plan calls for Americans to be detained in these camps for a minimum of six months.

“Plan for an extended duration of implementation time, at least 6 months,” writes the CDC.

Moreover, the plan alludes to forced vaccination under the guise of ‘medical treatment.’

As an added perk, documents indicate, Americans forced into green zones will be allowed to bathe in a dedicated latrine shared by the entire facility. The question is, will you allow yourself and your loved ones to be taken to one of these camps?

Poll: will you allow yourself and your loved ones to be taken to CDC detainment camps if it comes down to it?

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