‘Shielding’: CDC Plans Lockdowns, House Arrest, Evictions, Relocations and Concentration Camps For… Uninfected Persons

Good thing this can never happen in America, right?

(Edward Hendrie) In a document titled: Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings, the CDC plans on implementing house arrest, neighborhood lockdowns, evictions and relocations, and internment in concentration camps. That is not hyperbole. The CDC has posted its strategy on its CDC website.

The strange thing is that this plan by the CDC is NOT a strategy of quarantining sick people. Instead, it is a strategy to prevent uninfected people that the CDC has determined are at risk of dying from the disease from getting COVID-19. In essence, it is a backward strategy that calls for the quarantining of uninfected persons. In all of medical history, the strategy has always been to quarantine the sick. The CDC plans to quarantine the healthy to prevent them from getting sick. The tyranny resulting from such a strategy is obvious.

The CDC document is available in PDF for your reading enjoyment at the link below.

The relocation proposed by the CDC, euphemistically called “shielding,” is not based on infection. Thus, it goes beyond what is commonly thought to be quarantining because quarantining requires that the quarantined person be infected. Indeed, that seems to be why the CDC document does even use the word quarantine.

Relocation proposed in the CDC document is based on the risk of death from infection. The CDC document cites to a publication from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, The strategy outlined in that document is: “The population targeted by the shielding approach consists of the individuals at high risk of death from SARSCoV-2 infection, mainly defined by age or presence of co-morbidities.” Thus, it is the risk of death from infection that determines the targets for relocation and shielding, not actual infection. That opens up this strategy to implementaiton virtually everywhere within the United States. The forced relocation of persons is euphemistically called being “relocated to safe or green zones.”

High-risk individuals would be temporarily relocated to safe or “green zones” established at the household, neighborhood, camp/sector or community level depending on the context and setting. They would have minimal contact with family members and other low-risk residents.

House Arrest

At the “household level,” the green zone could be in the person’s own home. The CDC relies on the strategy set forth in the publication from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, which states:

Green zone: a specific area (a room, or a shelter in case of multi-shelter compound) within the household.

High-risk individuals are physically isolated from the other household members.

Movement outside the green zone should be minimised (shower/latrines; if needed, a short walk during quiet hours when children are sleeping), and social distancing measures should be applied during such movements. Other household members should not enter the green zone.

The green zone is house arrest. Indeed, it is worse than house arrest because there is a green zone within the house. That green zone will have to be enforced, which means that a government official will need to reside in the house to oversee the green zone enforcement.

Neighborhood Lockdowns, Evictions and Relocation

At the “neighborhood level,” the CDC plans on enforcing whole neighborhood lockdowns, evictions and relocations. Persons will be evicted and relocated to different houses in the neighborhoods. The persons deemed to be at high risk for COVID-19 will be relocated to one sector of houses in a single area of the neighborhood. Those houses will be commandeered by the CDC. The persons living in those houses will be evicted and forced  to leave their houses. The CDC will then take over control of the house. The former residents will then be “voluntarily” relocated to live with another family in the neighborhood. The plan calls for the following:

Neighbouring households voluntarily ‘house swap’ and group their high-risk member in the green zone.

Concentration Camps

At the “sector level,” the CDC plans on having concentration camps called “camp shelters” that are also euphemistically called “green zones.” Among the rules is: “No movement outside the green zone.”

Green zone: a specific group of shelters within a camp sector (max 50 high-risk individuals per single green zone). High-risk individuals are physically isolated in the green zone.

Below is a graphic from the report from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine relied on by the CDC in their Orwellian three-part strategy of house arrest, neighborhood relocation, and concentration camps the CDC plans to use to oppress U.S. citizens.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine report can be downloaed at the link below.

The most astounding thing about this strategy proposed by the CDC is that the CDC admits that “there is no empirical evidence whether this approach will increase, decrease or have no effect on morbidity and mortality during the COVID-19 epidemic in various humanitarian settings.”

You read that correctly. They have no idea if the dystopian oppression that they plan on imposing will work in preventing the spread of COVID. So then,  you might ask, why are they proposing it? Because this has nothing to do with preventing the spread of disease. It has everything to do with taking away your God-given rights to life, liberty, and property. COVID-19 is a propaganda cover for imposing communist oppression.

Regulations For Enforcment on the Books Do Not Allow Shielding

While the CDC proposed plan does not use the word quarantine (which is strange in-and-of-itself), the plan is essentially a mass-quarantine strategy but without any actual infection. Thus, instead of using the word quarantine, the plan uses the word “shielding.” That is significant because quarantine is something you do to someone who is ill. Whereas shielding, as used by the CDC, is a strategy to prevent someone deemed at risk of death from becoming ill. In the history of medicine, there has never been implemented a strategy of “shielding” uninfected persons. The medical strategy has always relied on the theory of quarantining sick people. The CDC strategy is backward. It is backward for a reason. It is the perfect strategy to strip a population of its freedom.

The federal regulations seem to allow quarantining someone who is not actually infected. But there must be some exposure to an infected person for the federal regulations to be operative. The regulations do not allow for shielding someone simply by virtue of their risk of dying from a disease.

42 C.F.R. §  70.1 states: “Quarantine means the separation of an individual or group reasonably believed to have been exposed to a quarantinable communicable disease, but who are not yet ill, from others who have not been so exposed, to prevent the possible spread of the quarantinable communicable disease.”

You can be quarantined even though you are NOT ill. You can be quarantined if they reasonably believe that you have been exposed to a communicable disease. As broad as that is, it does not allow for “shielding” someone who is not infected from getting a disease that is deemed to be deadly to them.

Under 42 C.F.R. § 70.6, you only need to be in a “qualifying stage” of the disease to be quarantined. Qualifying stage includes: “The precommunicable stage of the quarantinable communicable disease, but only if the quarantinable communicable disease would be likely to cause a public health emergency if transmitted to other individuals.” 42 CFR § 70.1.

Under the 42 C.F.R. § 70.6, if you have a qualifying stage of exposure, which includes a “precommunicable stage of the quarantinable communicable disease” you can be quarantined. So, what does that mean? That means that you can be quarantined through apprehension and detention, while you are not ill, nor are even a threat to spread the disease, if they reasonably believe that you have been exposed to a person who has a quarantinable communicable disease.

The regulations are already on the books calling for the apprehension and detention of any person the CDC believes has been exposed to COVID-19, even if you are not ill. https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/42/70.6

42 C.F.R. § 70.6 authorizes the apprehension and detention of persons with (or even without) a quarantinable communicable disease if they have been exposed to someone who has had the disease. Go to the link above. They will feed you and force you to receive “appropriate medical treatment” (i.e. vaccines) while you are detained.

“The Director will arrange for adequate food and water, appropriate accommodation, appropriate medical treatment, and means of necessary communication for individuals who are apprehended oheld in quarantine or isolation under this part.” 42 C.F.R. § 70.6.

The director referenced in the regulations is the director of the CDC.

Even as nonsensically broad as those federal regulations are, they do not allow for shielding uninfected persons at risk of death from a disease as proposed by the CDC.

Source: by Edward Hendrie | Great Mountain Publishing

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