Our Public Health “Watchdogs” Have Betrayed America…
It is Time to Criminally Prosecute Them..
Opinion By “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
The BolenReport is known for exploring cutting-edge subjects in relation to health care. The writing and research for this one article disturbed me far more than any other subject I have ever written about. I had to keep walking away from it. Why? You are about to find out. This all happened right in front of us. Tim Bolen
Let’s begin With A Few Questions…
(1) Whose job is it to generally protect the Public Health in the US? Easy answer – “We the People,” through a series of legislative acts, gave that job to what we now sneeringly call “US Public Health,” a conglomeration of Federal, State, and County agencies we funded, and empowered, to do the job.
(2) Do they do the job we gave them? Absolutely not… US Public Health has completely failed America. They have turned into something completely Anti-American.
Look, just below, at my alternate choice for the “Featured Image” for this article. It says it all…
US Public Health does not look, at all, at major health problems facing America. In their own minds, I think, they feel too important, too special, to privileged, to ask the right questions…
To US Public Health, what is important is that pretty new carry-on suitcase they can take to the next conference.
Let’s look at a specific instance…
Everybody on Planet Earth has heard about the Rockland County, New York State Chief Executive Ed Day who, on the advice of his Public Health Department, issued an order prohibiting un-vaccinated children from visiting public places, so as to “prevent the spread of measles.” Every liberal media source on Planet Earth covered that story with glee.
Yes, a New York Judge, with common sense, overrode this order. But, let’s take a hard look at the institutions like “US Public Health,” and specifically, “Rockland County Public Health,” that originated this “measles outbreak” nonsense.
We’ll start with some inconvenient facts – stuff you will NEVER hear on CNN…
According to childstats.gov there are 73.9 million (73,900,000) children under the age of 18 in the USA in 2019.
Do you get my point? 73,900,000 children in the US right now, and this Public Health leader Ed Day, in Rockland County, New York State is worried about an outbreak of 151 measles cases? (laugh out loud)…
In perspective – Measles lasts about five days. It is NOT deadly, you make cookies with your Mom, your big brother calls you “Spot” for several months, and it leaves immunity with you for a lifetime.
Want to see the really BAD part? Let’s flip this argument over and see the other side. You are in for a shock.
The population of Rockland County is, according to Wikipedia, 328,868 people, 28% of them are under the age of 18 (92,083 children). So, the so-called measles epidemic of 151 children hit 1 in 2,178 children. No one died, but a lot of cookies were made. Compare THAT to 1 in 6 children having life-threatening asthma, or 1 in 48 having autism. A “measles epidemic” is a joke.
(1) According to our friend Bobby Kennedy Jr’s “generation-sick-facts-behind-childrens-health-crisis-and-why-it-needs-to-end-ebook”
(a) “American children have never been sicker. Over half (54%) are suffering from one or more chronic illnesses, with the late 1980s and early 1990s viewed as the gateway period that launched the decline.
(b) Many chronic illnesses have doubled since that time. The “4-A” disorders—autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, asthma and allergies—have experienced meteoric growth, affecting children’s quality of life and contributing to premature mortality. The spike in autism prevalence has been particularly dramatic, with prevalence as high as 3% (one in 34 children) in some regions. Pediatric autoimmune conditions also are on the rise.”
Pay attention here people…
On a national level that means that 54% of 73.9 million children – 39,906,000 American children, have a chronic disease that will last their lifetime. And, it all began when the big increase in childhood vaccines started.
39,906,000 American children PERMANENTLY DAMAGED… Am I getting through to you?
But in Rockland County New York State it means that 54% of the 92,083 children, 49,725 of them will have, right now, “one or more chronic illnesses (that will last a lifetime); as in the “4-A” disorders—autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, asthma and allergies.”
49,725 children with a lifetime chronic disease, and this Rockland County Public Health leader, Ed Day, doesn’t notice anything amiss? No, of course he doesn’t. He is a Public Health official. He, as well as his ENTIRE Public Health Department, have bags over their heads.
They are trained to not notice the bodies. They don’t smell the vomit. They are on their way to a meeting in a nice hotel. They will drive their new Audis to the airport. Each of them hopes they will be picked to go to the Paris Conference where they can wear their new silk panties…
I have just outlined the reality of US Public Health…
It gets worse…
“The proportion of public school children using special education services is skyrocketing, with estimates ranging from 13% to 25% of school populations.
Health authorities are incapable of explaining the reason for these dramatic shifts. Mounting evidence indicates that environmental toxins are the principal culprits.
Children are exposed to many neuro- and immunotoxins that interact synergistically to damage their health. These toxins include heavy metals; pesticides and herbicides such as glyphosate; fluoride; bisphenol A; air pollutants; per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances; phthalates; flame retardants; acetaminophen; food additives; and aspartame.
Tellingly, children’s health began worsening at precisely the same time that the U.S. started expanding the types and total number of vaccines required for school attendance.
Studies have linked vaccines and toxic vaccine ingredients to a wide range of adverse health outcomes, including neurodevelopmental disorders, allergies, seizures and many others. Time trend analyses show strong correlations between autism and total number of vaccines by 18 months as well as exposure to aluminum vaccine adjuvants.”
In California, Educators are begging the California legislature for relief. The costs for “Special Education” break EVERY School District’s budget.
Every State in the US is having this problem. In Minnesota, the Star-Tribune says:
“Soaring special education costs are squeezing the budgets of Minnesota schools — and quickly becoming school districts’ top priority for the new legislative session.
While public schools are required to provide special education services, federal and state governments cover only a portion of the cost. That means Minnesota districts must dig in their budgets, pull out money they would otherwise spend paying teachers or remodeling aging buildings, and collectively fill in a gap that this year is expected to balloon to $724 million.
For many districts, that exercise has become increasingly painful, resulting in teacher layoffs, program cuts and swelling class sizes. School administrators are quick to note that they cannot — and would not — deny special education students their right to an education that meets their needs, no matter the cost. But they say the mandate’s growing financial burden is threatening their ability to provide the same for all students.
“Districts are taking ever-increasing amounts of money out of their general education funds to pay for special education costs,” said Brad Lundell, executive director of Schools for Equity in Education, a group that represents nearly 60 districts across the state. “And that, I think, is reaching a crisis level in the state.”
“Many school administrators and advocates say the problem begins with the federal government, which has never followed through on its decades-old pledge to cover 40 percent of special education costs. Currently, the federal government pays for about 8 percent of Minnesota’s $2.2 billion annual special education expenses.
The share of the cost picked up by the state has ticked up in the last decade, rising to about 63 percent this year. But it’s not enough: more Minnesota students are requiring special education services, including a growing number with particularly complex medical, mental health or behavioral needs. The cost to serve them is rising at a faster rate than the overall costs of education, and the federal government isn’t responding in kind.
Meanwhile, a shift in the way the state distributes special education money to schools has left some districts with a bigger funding gap than they’d had in the past.”
The US Military is saying that within ten years the US will NOT be able to field an Army…
This is not a RANDOM FACT. Read this below, from The Heritage Foundation:
“The military depends on a constant flow of volunteers every year. According to 2017 Pentagon data, 71 percent of young Americans between 17 and 24 are ineligible to serve in the United States military. Put another way: Over 24 million of the 34 million people of that age group cannot join the armed forces—even if they wanted to. This is an alarming situation that threatens the country’s fundamental national security. If only 29 percent of the nation’s young adults are qualified to serve, and if this trend continues, it is inevitable that the U.S. military will suffer from a lack of manpower. A manpower shortage in the United States Armed Forces directly compromises national security.”
Am I painting this picture for you?
None of this has EVER happened before, anywhere on Planet Earth…
And, it is ONLY happening in America…
As Bobby Kennedy Jr says so eloquently:
“Health authorities are incapable of explaining the reason for these dramatic shifts. Mounting evidence indicates that environmental toxins are the principal culprits.”
But, as we know, answering these questions, and providing possible solutions is US Public Health’s job, right? What is US Public Health’s official position?
“It’s not our fault that 54% of America’s children are chronically ill…
There is no vaccine for that…”
Wake up people. We have work to do…
Opinion By “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen