The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CANNOT be trusted.
Government Safety Regulations Lag Behind Science
|Asbestos||1890||1973 (only a partial ban)|
|Fluoride||1945||toxic fluoride poison is still protected by CDC, EPA, & FDA|
In the above table — at the time each substance was introduced — the public was told they were safe. It wasn’t until decades later that the substances were banned by the government for health reasons. How long is it going to take and how many deaths will occur before CDC and the Health Departments wake up and ban fluoride?
Seems to us that the CDC, EPA, and FDA have NO concern for people’s health! They refuse to allow science to guide them. A great many of our doctors/scientists have been fired, suppressed, or terribly underfunded while trying to expose the atrocities perpetrated on mankind.
Quoted from CDC Foundation website: “Most CDC Foundation projects begin with an exploratory conversation, originating either with experts at CDC or with representatives of potential funding organizations. CDC Foundation advancement staff help guide the conversation toward areas of mutual interests.”
The organizations that partner with the CDC Foundation often do it to advance their corporate agenda and to help CDC to move faster… Therefore, a lot of money is fed into the CDC to promote the corporate agenda.
CDC Foundation IRS 990 Tax filing for 2013 Total Assets $85,430,998.
President & CEO Charles Stokes – Total compensation for 2013 is $445,522
The CDC Foundation helps the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention do more faster, by forging effective partnerships between CDC and others to fight threats to health and safety.
Listed from the above CDC website:
Corporate Partners of CDC
|· AB SCIEX
· Abbott Laboratories
· Aetna, Inc.
· AkzoNobel N.V.
· The Allstate Foundation
· Amgen Inc.
· Analytic Services Inc.
· Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
· Applied Biosystems
· Arch Chemicals, Inc.
· Ark Sciences
· ARUP Laboratories
· Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
· AT&T Corp.
· AT&T Georgia
· Baxter International Inc.
· Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation
· Boehringer Ingelheim
· Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
· Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
· Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc.
· Bühler Group
· Bunge Limited
· Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc.
· The Charles Schwab Corporation
· Chem-Aquascience, Inc.
· The Clorax Company
· The Coca-Cola Company
· Columbia Management
· Costco Wholesale Corporation
· Coxe Curry & Associates
· CSIRO Livestock Industries
· Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
· Dell Inc.
· DEY, L.P.
· Eli Lilly and Company
· Emergent BioSolutions Inc.
· Endocrine Sciences Inc.
· ESA Biosciences, Inc.
· Esoterix, Inc
· E.T. Enterprises
· Fallon Medica LLC
· Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
· Free & Clear
· General Mills
· General Motors Company
· General Motors Foundation
· Genzyme Corporation
· Georgia-Pacific Corporation
· Georgia-Pacific Professional
· Gilead Sciences, Inc.
· GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals s.a.
· GOJO Industries, Inc.
· Google Inc.
· HCA Inc.
· Health Research, Inc.
· Heritage Research Group
· Hexagon Nutrition Pvt. Ltd.
· Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.
· Höganäs AB
· Holland America Line
· Hospira, Inc.
· IBM Employee Services Center
· Industrial Metal Powders
· Invitrogen Corporation
· The James W. Down Company, Inc.
· Janet Arrowsmith Consulting
· Janssen Therapeutics
· Johnson & Johnson
· Jupitor Corporation USA
|· Kimberly-Clark Corporation
· KPMG International
· LA BioMed
· The Law Offices of Kevin J. McDonough
· Life Technologies Corporation
· LigoCyte Pharmaceuticals
· Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Inc.
· Magellan Biosciences, Inc.
· Mallinckrodt Group Inc.
· Medentech Ltd.
· Medical Marketing Research International Ltd.
· Merck Partnership for Giving
· Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
· Microbide Limited
· Microsoft Corporation
· Mölnlycke Health Care, LLC
· Motorola Foundation
· Navkar bio-chem
· Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Inc.
· Novavax, Inc.
· OnStar Corporation
· OraSure Technologies
· Oxoid Ltd.
· Partners HealthCare System, Inc.
· Pathcon Laboratories
· PD Bros
· PetSmart Charities, Inc.
· PerkinElmer, Inc.
· The Pfizer Foundation
· Pfizer Inc
· Practakal LLC
· Premier, Inc.
· Preparis Inc.
· Procter & Gamble Company
· Providence Health & Services
· QIAGEN Corporation
· Quest Diagnostics Incorporated
· R-Biopharm Inc.
· Remel Inc.
· Research In Motion
· Roche Diagnostic Systems, Inc.
· Roche Laboratories, Inc.
· Sanofi Pasteur, Inc.
· Schwab Charitable Gift Fund
· Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
· Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
· Slack Incorporated
· Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
· Southern Company
· Spirit AeroSystems
· Springer Science + Business Media LLC
· Stiefel Laboratories, Inc.
· Subterracom Wireless Solutions, LLC
· SunTrust One Pledge Campaign
· Synageva Biopharma Corp.
· T-Mobile USA, Inc.
· T-Shirt Mojo
· Target Corporation
· Taylor Technology, Inc.
· Tibotec Therapeutics
· Tosoh Corporation
· Trellis Bioscience, Inc.
· UPS Foundation
· Universal Stabilization Technologies, Inc.
· Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Incorporated
· Vestergaard Frandsen SA
· Wyeth Pharmaceuticals
· Xcel Energy
· YRC Worldwide
· YUM! Brands, Inc.
Foundation Partners of CDC
|· Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation
· Ambulatory Surgery Foundation
· American Academy of Periodontology Foundation
· The Annie E. Casey Foundation
· Avon Foundation
· Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
· Bloomberg Philanthropies
· Bresky Foundation
· Brody Family Charitable Fund at Schwab Charitable Fund
· C.R. Bard Foundation
· Caring for Colorado
· Charles F. Dillon Revocable Trust
· Child Health Research Foundation
· Chlorine Chemistry Foundation
· College of American Pathologists Foundation
· The Columbus Foundation
· The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
· Community Foundation of West Georgia
· Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
· Consumer Health Foundation
· The Dayton Foundation
· Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
· Dorothy Walsh McCarthy Fidelity Memorial Fund
· Dunwoody Rotary Charitable Fund
· East Bay Community Foundation
· The Ellison Medical Foundation
· The Evanosky Foundation
· F. Felix Foundation
· The Ford Foundation
· Foundation for Food and Nutrition of Central America and Panama
· Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics
· Gangarosa International Health Foundation, Inc.
|· Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City
· Healthcare Georgia Foundation
· Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine
· The Jack and Beulah Bresler Tzedakah Fund, Inc.
· The James F. and Sarah T. Fries Foundation
· Jean and Julius Tahija Family Foundation
· The Jewish Healthcare Foundation
· The John and Mary Franklin Foundation
· The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
· John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
· The Joyce Foundation
· Kathleen Grzedzinski Fund at Community Foundation of West Georgia
· Kansas Health Foundation
· Marguerite Casey Foundation
· Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
· Missouri Foundation for Health
· The Morris Family Foundation, Inc.
· National Swimming Pool Foundation
· Nduna Foundation
· O.C. Hubert Charitable Trust
· The Ohio State University Research Foundation
· Research Foundation for Health and Environmental Effects
· Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
· San Diego State University Research Foundation
· Saul D. Levy Foundation
· Shane Family Fund
· Susan G. Komen for the Cure
· The UPS Foundation
· W.K. Kellogg Foundation
· Washington Square Health Foundation, Inc.
· Williamsburg Community Health Foundation
Organization Partners of CDC
|· Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.
· Alaska Center for Pediatrics
· Albert Einstein Medical College
· All Children’s Hospital
· American Academy of Periodontology
· American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
· American Association of Retired Persons
· American Association of Tissue Banks
· American Cancer Society, Inc.
· American Chemistry Council
· American Society for Microbiology
· American Type Culture Collection
· Asian Development Bank
· Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology
· Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
· Boston Medical Center
· Brown University
· California Department of Public Health
· California State University, Fullerton
· CDC Federal Credit Union
· Cambridge University Press
· The Canadian Red Cross Society
· Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research, UC
· Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
· Center for Outcomes Research and Education
· Children for Children
· Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
· College of American Pathologists
· Columbia University
· Communities Foundation of Texas
· County of San Diego
· Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
· The Danish Cancer Society
· Dunwoody Woman’s Club
· Emory University
· European Commission
· Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
· Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
· The Field Museum
· Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
· Gainesville State College
· Georgia Public Health Association, Inc.
· Georgia Research Alliance
· Giving Tree LLC
· Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
· Global Alliance for Rabies Control
· Glynn County Board of Health
· Government of the District of Columbia Department of Health
· Harvard University
· Harvard University Medical School
· Harvard University, School of Public Health
· Health Canada
· Health Metrics Network
· Healthcare Georgia Foundation, Inc.
· Hemophilia of Georgia, Inc.
· Indiana State Department of Health
· Inter-American Development Bank
· International Association of Operative Millers
· International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
· International Trachoma Initiative
· International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
· Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
· Johns Hopkins University
· Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health
· Kyrgyz Republic Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources & Processing Industry
· Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
· London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
· Massachusetts Institute of Technology
· Massachusetts Medical Society
· Mayo Clinic
· Medical Association of Atlanta
· Medical University of South Carolina
· MD Anderson Cancer Center
· Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
· Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
· Micronutrient Initiative
· Middlesex-London Health Unit
· Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District
|· Missouri Hospital Association
· Mount Sinai School of Medicine
· National Alliance for Autism Research
· National Business Group on Health
· National Institutes of Health
· National Football League
· National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment
· Nebraska Medical Association
· Nevada State Medical Association
· New York State Department of Health
· Network for Good
· Norman Regional Health System
· North Carolina Baptist Hospital
· North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
· North Carolina State University
· North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Foundation
· The Norwegian Institute of Public Health
· Oslo University Hospital
· Operation United Change
· Pacific Health Research Institute
· Partnership for Prevention
· Pennsylvania State
· Rollins School of Public Health Emory University
· Roswell Park Cancer Institute
· San Francisco State University
· Schwab Charitable Gift Fund
· Simmons College
· Simon Fraser University
· Spondylitis Association of America
· St. George’s University of London
· Task Force for Global Health
· Texas Department of State Health Services
· Texas Engineering Experiment Station
· Tufts University School of Medicine
· U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
· UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund
· Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
· United Nations Development Programme
· United States Air Force
· United States Army
· University of Alabama at Birmingham
· University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences
· The University of British Columbia
· University of California, Berkeley
· University of California, Irvine
· University of California, San Francisco
· University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
· University of Colorado at Boulder
· University of Florida
· University of Illinois
· University of Kentucky
· University of Louisville School of Dentistry
· University of Maryland, Baltimore
· University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
· University of Missouri-Columbia
· University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
· University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
· University of Pittsburgh
· The University of Queensland, Australia
· University of Rochester
· University of South Alabama – College of Medicine
· University of Southern Mississippi
· The University of Texas Medical Branch
· University of Toronto
· University of Washington
· University of Waterloo
· University of Wisconsin
· U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
· U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
· USC, Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
· Vanderbilt University
· Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
· Watsonian Society
· Western University of Health Sciences
· Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute
· World Health Organization
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) receives heavy funding from industry through the CDC Foundation! This supposedly governmental agency — the CDC — is listed in Dunn & Bradstreet as a FOR-profit corporation. It’s also been exposed as a private corporation colluding with Big Pharma. CDC has a direct conflict of interest due to its connection to the CDC Foundation.
Do you think that CDC is Protecting the Private Good Rather Than the Public?
When confronted about the discrepancy between the CDC’s public disclaimer and the reality that corporate funding is flowing into the organization, Tom Frieden, director of the CDC, responded, saying:
“Public-private partnerships allow CDC to do more, faster. The agency’s core values of accountability, respect, and integrity guide the way CDC spends the funds entrusted to it.
When possible conflicts of interests arise, we take a hard, close look to ensure that proper policies and guidelines are followed before accepting outside donations.”
In other words, the CDC believes and “assures” you that it has the moral backbone to do the right thing, despite the fact that studies have revealed that moral fiber tends to significantly deteriorate as soon as a funding source with an agenda starts doling out money.
Moreover, a 2009 investigation by the Office of the Inspector General concluded the CDC has “a systemic lack of oversight of the ethics program,” noting 97% of disclosure forms filed by the organization’s advisors were incomplete, and 13% of advisors didn’t file one.
There is plenty of money out there, and the government is bleeding us dry through all the different types of taxes! They are also enabling coalitions and non-government organizations (NGO’s) to be formed under 501(c)3’s! Through the years, a profusion of abuse of funds have incurred. NGO’s have been famous for funneling money through their organizations, so if you want to follow the money, you should check there. Coalitions, 501(c)3’s, and 501(c)4’s are just places to start looking because there needs to be more transparency within that corporate community.
(Like the coalitions that have formed here in Arkansas under Lynn and Sip Mouden.)
(To be explored further in a later article… )
Beware of Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations.
Many 501(c)3’s are scams, and many of their CEOs and officers receive six-digit salaries. You have to ask yourself: how can these organizations ask people to contribute $20 a month or so to pay their executives $400,000 and more a year? From where does the rest of the money come? Based on the evidence presented in this document with the 990 IRS filings, it appears that the whole 501(c)3 non-profit business model is a fraudulent scam sanctioned by the government. That’s not to say that all groups that are operating under a 501(c)3 are evil, but it does mean that the 501(c)3 itself is ripe for abuse.
Some of the most unethical organizations in America are charities, especially the organizations involved with government grants and health care/dental care. Some of these 501(c)3 organizations in Arkansas are:
- Delta Dental Plan of Arkansas – Transferred $3,433,301 to Delta Dental Foundation of Arkansas. It appears that Delta Dental Plan may be charging their customers too much for their dental policies.
- Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation This is the foundation where the grant money comes from for the start up funds for water fluoridation. Delta Dental should be providing better services to their policyholders or cutting their premiums instead of wasting the funds on water fluoridation.
- Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH)
- Arkansas Oral Health Coalition Incorporator/Organizer Lynn Mouden (former Director of Office of Oral Health Arkansas Department of Health. Lynn Mouden is currently the Chief Dental Officer of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The Coalition has over 40 members and meets monthly except in December to coordinate and support oral health activities. One of the projects the coalition overtook was lobbying for the passage of Act 197 of 2011. It appears that Lynn Mouden the Incorporator/Organizer of the Arkansas Oral Health Coalition used his position as Director of the Office of Oral Health ADH to lobby the legislators into passing SB359/Act197.
Under the Arkansas Community Health Centers Program, the Community Health Centers of Arkansas (CHCA) are funded which consist of 12 separate organizations (all organized under 501(c)3). The CHCA is governed by a board of directors composed of one director from each organizational member of CHCA.
Community Health Center of Arkansas 119 S Izard St. Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 374-8225
The following 12 health care centers (all 501(c) 3 organizations) come under the control of Community Health Center of which Sip B. Mouden was the Chief Executive Officer (wife of Lynn Mouden – former Oral Health Director).
· ARcare, Augusta, AR 72006 (870) 347-2534
· Boston Mountain Rural Health Center, Inc., Marshall, AR 72650 (870) 448-3796
· CABUN Rural Health Services, Inc., Hampton, AR 71744 (870) 798-4064
· Community Clinic NWA, Springdale, AR 72764 (479) 751-7417
· 1st Choice Healthcare formerly Corning Area Healthcare, Inc., Corning, AR 72422 (870) 857-3399
· East Arkansas Family Health Center, Inc., West Memphis, AR 72301 (870) 735-3842
· Healthy Connections, Inc., Mena, AR 71953 (479) 437-3449
· Jefferson Comprehensive Care System, Inc. Pine Bluff, AR 71613 (870) 543-2380
· Lee County Cooperative Clinic, Inc., Marianna, AR 72360 (870) 295-5225
· Mainline Health Systems, Inc., Dermott, AR 71638 (870) 538-5414
· Mid-Delta Health Systems, Inc. , Clarendon, AR 72029 (870) 747-3381
· River Valley Primary Care Services, Inc., Ratcliff, AR 72951 (479) 635-5300
Big charities pay big salaries, and it seems that most 501(c)3 organizations use their status as a license to steal money that comes into their association/institution. An organization is basically an organized body of people with a particular purpose, especially a society, business, association, or institution. This includes 501(c)3 organizations and groups. Many 501(c)3 groups are aligned with other 501(c)3 groups, and they give to each other, and that is the way the money is laundered. Also, many of these groups wire transfer money to other organizations in foreign countries! Most 501(c)3 groups have a hidden agenda that they want to advance, and that’s the agenda of the organization.
Hopefully from some of Secure Arkansas’ past articles, the reader should be able to piece together the agenda toward which the medical and dental organizations are marching.
Don’t think for a minute that the Arkansas Department of Health shares your same health concerns. They don’t! It seems that they have abandoned us in favor of the private corporations/ industries/ foundations/ institutions that dole out the money. It appears that the government has dismissed all the dangers of fluoride and left corporations/ industry free to pollute and dump toxic industrial waste fluoride into our drinking water!
There are a lot of things occurring within the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) concerning the misrepresented fluoride study/survey that can’t be located. Just recently, the ADH released an incomplete 50-page report entitled “Perry County Hometown Health Advocate Team” (HHAT). Based on that report, a 21-item FOIA request was sent to ADH which is attached below. Most of the items requested could not be produced. If the 50-page report was true and accurate, then why can’t the ADH produce the raw data to support the report? Without the original raw data that has not been subjected to adjustment, a report cannot be properly validated! The officers and committee members of the Perry County HHAT Team can by found by clicking this old newsletter here and scrolling down to page 8. We would also like to remind the reader that the Arkansas Secretary of State could not find on record that the Perry County HHAT Coalition is registered as a 501(c)3. (Here’s a link to a past article in which we mentioned the Perry County HHAT.)