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Drug Resistant Tuberculosis Spreads, Your Government Works to Cover It Up…Endagering The Health of Millions…..

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So one of the key, perhaps the key, function of government should be to keep us safe…..right?
Well, what if the government was actively conspiring to withhold key information that WILL DEFINITELY, POSITIVELY LEAD TO DISEASE AND EVEN DEATH?
It is happening…as detailed in this truly disturbing newspaper report.
How does this relate to foreclosure?   Well, we see over and over and over again how all levels of government are turning their back and conspiring against us, the people our government is supposed to protect. What we see time and time and time and again is how the interests of The People are sacrificed for other improper interests.   The question we must repeatedly ask, when we are confronted with lies, fraud, tyranny and government conspiracy, is where does it stop?   How high up does it go?
And what do we do when it is clear we are not protected? Now from the Palm Beach Post:
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The CDC officer had a serious warning for Florida health officials in April: A tuberculosis outbreak in Jacksonville was one of the worst his group had investigated in 20 years. Linked to 13 deaths and 99 illnesses, including six children, it would require concerted action to stop.
That report had been penned on April 5, exactly nine days after Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill that shrank the Department of Health and required the closure of the A.G. Holley State Hospital in Lantana, where tough tuberculosis cases have been treated for more than 60 years.
As health officials in Tallahassee turned their focus to restructuring, Dr. Robert Luo’s 25-page report describing Jacksonville’s outbreak “” and the measures needed to contain it ““ went unseen by key decision makers around the state. At the health agency, an order went out that the TB hospital must be closed six months ahead of schedule.
PALM BEACH POST
 
 

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