Fredreich Hyak studied how Socialism leads to corruption. Through unchecked regulatory power and money, Socialism always evolves into tyranny. Every historical instance of societal regulation for the “collective” good has proven this out and recent history has not changed that truth. Unless you have unlimited time and resources it is nearly impossible to keep up with all of the subliminal manipulation that occurs all around us. The HHS has granted money to be used by the CDC to nudge the populace into acceptable behavior for the collective. This program goes by the acronym “CPPW” and it’s hiding in plain site for anyone who knows enough to find it.
Stay informed, get educated and vote for persons of the highest integrity to protect your Country, your family and yourself from the ever creeping destruction of the United States Constitution, the only thing that protects us from despots and tyrannical do-gooders who know not what they have done. Or do they?
Enjoy these articles that expose just “one” of the grants being used to manipulate a segment of society (LGBT’s) into peaceful acceptance of regulatory prohibition, of what is for now, a legal practice with a legal substance.
Yours In Truth Shelly
It is no secret that the government wants to change how we live. Nanny-state officials want people to exercise more, stop drinking soda and stop using tobacco. But few people are familiar with an Obama administration program that gives grants to activist organizations that support unpopular nanny-state laws.
I wouldn’t have known about this multimillion-dollar grant program if I hadn’t followed @lgbttobacco on Twitter, and you may not have known there is a National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Tobacco Control Network funded by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) if you hadn’t read this article.
Last week, @lgbttobacco directed their followers to a CDC conference call meant to give participants guidance on “Community Transformation Grant” submissions, due June 6th. I took the opportunity to listen in. What I learned shocked me.
The grants, funded through Obamacare, break new ground in the administration’s attempt to build political support for radical legislation. Read the full story here.
HHS Communities Putting Prevention to Work Initiative
See our Grantees Map.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 states that “$650M shall be provided to carry out evidence-based clinical and community-based prevention and wellness strategies authorized by the Public Health Service Act that deliver specific, measurable health outcomes that address chronic disease rates.” The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has developed an initiative in response to the Act. The goal of the HHS initiative – Communities Putting Prevention to Work – is to reduce risk factors and prevent/delay chronic disease and promote wellness in both children and adults. The initiative was launched by HHS in a press briefing held on September 17, 2009.
Communities Putting Prevention to Work will expand the use of evidence-based strategies and programs, mobilize local resources at the community-level, and strengthen the capacity of states. The initiative has a strong emphasis on policy and environmental change at both the state and local levels and will:
- Increase levels of physical activity;
- Improve nutrition;
- Decrease obesity rates; and
- Decrease smoking prevalence, teen smoking initiation, and exposure to second-hand smoke.
The program has four distinct but unified initiatives: a Community Initiative, a States and Territories Policy and Environmental Change Initiative, a States Chronic Disease Self-Management Initiative, and a National Prevention Media and National Organizations Initiative.
Nearly $450 million is allotted for intensive community approaches to chronic disease prevention and control in selected communities (urban, rural, and tribal). These funds will include grants to communities ($373 million), as well as providing community support and evaluation support ($76 million). These awards were announced on March 19, 2010.
States and Territories Policy and Environmental Change Initiative
$120 million will support States and Territories in promoting wellness and preventing chronic disease through state-wide policy and environmental change for chronic disease prevention and to increase tobacco cessation through expanded quit lines and tobacco cessation media. These awards were announced on February 5, 2010. Click here to the website for the full reading of this Initiative.
LGBT Health News
Health Advocacy Webinar: Engaging LGBT Groups in Community Transformation Grants
The feds are rolling out $100M worth of new healthcare reform prevention money that's coming soon to a town near you. But right now is the moment when local LGBT groups need to speak up to make sure the promise of LGBT inclusion in this funding is met. We're pleased to partner with the Network for LGBT Health Equity at Fenway Institute to help give you strategies to approach your local health department right now (since they're planning the work now) and make sure LGBT groups, and LGBT people are in from the get-go! (also, 50% of these funds will be re-granted locally... so now's the time to stage your group to be a funded partner.)