“High risk” is a subjective term used by those who want to label a certain population or group to bring protection or security measures. The CDC says “high risk” is:
- Chronic kidney disease
- Chronic lung disease, asthma, interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension
- Dementia or other neurological conditions
- Down syndrome
- Heart condition
- Immunocompromised state
- Liver disease
- Overweight or obesity
- Sickle cell disease or thalassemia
- Smoking, current or former
- Solid-organ or blood stem cell transplant
- Stroke or cerebrovascular disease
- Substance use disorder
That makes up a large portion of society. People who the CDC deem as high risk would be required to go to “green zones” for six months to whenever they allow you to leave. It is a dangerous measure that the government can’t get behind. We’ve seen how camps have begun and how they turned out across history, and they’ve only led to oppression and mass death.
The unvaccinated will likely soon enter that list, and if President Joe Biden and the CDC have their way, they’ll take the unvaccinated to these camps and lock them down indefinitely.
The CDC is concerned that during the Covid-19 pandemic, hospitals will be overrun, and resources won’t be available to deal with the infection on a broad scale. The CDC director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, has said many times over the past couple of months that we’re in a pandemic of the unvaccinated, which Democrats have echoed up to the Oval Office.
People in “green zones” would be shunned from society and have little contact with the outside world. The “green zones” would act as isolation at the household, neighborhood, community, or camp level.
Household and neighborhood levels are meant to keep people away from the “green zone.” A household is defined as a single room or area designed for high-risk individuals to keep them isolated from other household members. The neighborhood is characterized by 5-10 households within a small camp or area where high-risk individuals are grouped. The neighborhood setting would make neighbors “swap” houses for high-risk needs.
The camp setting would provide schools, community buildings, etc., to be used as an isolation camp with no more than 50 individuals at the base at a time. One entry point would be used for food and supplies, while a meeting area is used for residents and visitors to interact, but no movement into or out of the “green zone.”
It is called the “shielding approach” and should be taken seriously because this may end in a tragedy for the United States. Citizens of this great country do not like being told what to do, and if the government or the CDC violates anyone’s constitutional rights, things could get ugly. That isn’t meant to provoke, but that’s the reality of the situation. If the CDC thinks it can walk in and force individuals into these camps, they have another thing coming. It isn’t Nazi Germany; this is the United States.
Biden is expected to issue more lockdowns, and with the power, he’s recently given the CDC, the “Shielding Approach” is likely to come with it.
There’s no doubt that these measures are eerily similar to the Holocaust and should be interpreted as the same. Since the Holocaust, healthy people have never been removed from their homes and placed in an institution for their safety. These are camps designed for health imprisonment.