How a Chronic Illness Was Manipulated by the CDC

The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a type of cognitive bias, where people with little
expertise or ability assume they have superior expertise or ability. This overestimation occurs as a result of the fact that they don’t have enough
knowledge to know they don’t have enough knowledge.

The famous syndrome that was coined as “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” brought out this Dunning-Kruger effect in people, in possibly the most spectacular example ever because everyone who heard the name of the syndrome thought this entitled them to have an authoritative opinion about, “what causes persistent fatigue,”when in reality, fatigue was not any part of the reasons why the CDC coined this syndrome.

The CDC chose the name to disguise a scary epidemic outbreak in Lake Tahoe in the 1980s.

They knew that if they chose this dumb name, it would bring out this mental reaction from people, who would become unwitting accomplices.

The CDC chose wisely. Their plan worked nearly to perfection.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as mold illness, in particular, exposure to Stachybotrys, now carries with it every unexplained chronic illness that involves debilitating fatigue. Doctors and researchers are now attaching the diagnosis to COVID Long Haulers.

This befuddlement is an attempt to throw out the original evidence of “mold at ground zero for CFS,” attempting to use long COVID to seal the book on the syndrome.

Don’t be fooled. This is a trick.

In order to understand this, one must review the 1988 Gary Holmes defintion of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for the full set of criteria to be excluded before a diagnosis is made — COVID Long Haul does NOT qualify as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome according to the original research instrument.

Why should you care about this?

This syndrome could have brought toxic mold injuries to the forefront long ago. However, the CDC caused confusion that later caused doctors and researchers to run with a vague diagnosis and use it to explain the unexplainable.

This syndrome is NOT a mystery, nor should it be used to explain extreme tiredness. In order to fully understand something, you must go back to the original evidence, the history, in order to develop a coherent picture.

We need mold connected to a diagnosable illness in order for people to get the help they need.

Step one starts with doctors, researchers, and the CDC to admit to their cover ups and power grabs and get with the program before we have an entire population plagued by and disabled from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Writers: Erik Johnson and Alicia Swamy, Exposing Mold Inc.