by Benjamin N. Contenot CPW News Service
Now that the national panic over an Ebola outbreak in the U.S. has passed the 21 day quaranteen without it following the scenario of the film Outbreak based on Richard Preston’s book The Hot Zone, it is time to analyze the evolution of the panic. According to Dr. I.N. Theski and Dr. Ima Wiel Suversav of the Center for the Analysis of Bioterrorism Paradigms in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Ebola must be taken out of the realm of the spooky shadows and put under the healing rays of investigative sunlight.
Theski noted that B.A.R.D.A. was made possible by Senate Bill 1873 sponsored by North Carolina Senator, Richard Burr, a self-proclaimed descendant of Aaron Burr and from a prominent tobacco producing state and by Senator William Frist who not only plugged the hole in the lung of U.S. Army General David Petraeus when he was accidentally shot at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, but is well remembered for his part in the Columbia/HCA healthcare company after a fraud case when Frist stepped back in to help the company when its CEO and President, Florida Governor Richard "Rick" Scott, was forced to resign following a federal Medicare fraud conviction and the payment of a $1.7 billion fine, the largest in U.S. history.
Both Dr. Theski and Dr. Suversav have been troubled by the fact that both Hickox and Peters were at the CDC and Johns Hopkins University. “Yes, well one cannot fully understand the role of Johns Hopkins in the history of American medicine and education without reading America’s Secret Establishment by Anthony Sutton,” said Suversav. “The history of Johns Hopkins with the arrival of the educational theories of Wilhelm Wundt are spelled out by Sutton to a tee on page 32: