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The Ebola Crisis Just Went From Bad to Worse

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 6:29
(Before It's News) Excerpts~
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Under the category of “I told you so”, a political contact, Jatto Abdulqudir, of who I dubbed Patient Zero, Patrick Sawyer, has died. I had previously expressed the fear that Sawyer’s boarding of two airplanes with multiple connecting flights raised the likelihood that hundreds of thousands would be exposed on the same day to the Ebola virus (www.twtitter.com/hniman).

This one fact represents an emerging picture which serves to demonstrate that the Ebola containment efforts are failing miserably and we are in the beginning of an emerging pandemic. Further, this article will make it clear that health officials ranging from the World Health Organization to the CDC are negligent in their duty to protect the public in the midst of this Ebola outbreak.

America’s Future Amidst An Ebola Outbreak

ebola burying dead bodiesSince the worst Ebola outbreak in history first emerged in March in West Africa, 1,013 have died. Among the dead are 81 of 170 heath care workers who have been infected. These statistics are the latest figures according to statistics just released by the World Health Organization. Approximately 8% of Ebola’s victims, in West Africa, are medical personnel who were tasked with the treatment of the virus. The ratio of medical personnel to the general population who died from Ebola is astronomical and a cause for extreme alarm.


Medical Ethics In the Treatment of Ebola Are Nonexistent

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that it is perfectly “ethical” for unapproved and largely untested vaccines to be used in the treatment of Ebola. If WHO is correct, then why are U.S. taxpayers paying out billions of dollars to support the FDA and the CDC and their “safety” testing procedures?

History Speaks Will America Listen?
roadblocksDuring the H1n1 scare of a few years ago, we know that law enforcement officials in several states practiced a DUI roadblock kind of scenario in several states in which they were equipped with mock vaccine testing equipment to tell whether someone, or not, had been given the new vaccine against the virus. 

However, one source stated that a recent DHS memo reminded the officials that they were to remain current on their containment and interdiction procedures with regard to any virulent outbreaks and the need to subsequently vaccinate the public in order to prevent the further spread of a pathogen.
vaccine 4The sum total of what we are looking is this. The short-term goal according to my DEA source is to make money off of the vaccine. The emerging long-term goal appears to be the lockdown (i.e. martial law) the country by using fear and the natural course of Ebola spreading.











Rebecca Scott
      Rebecca Scott

Let’s not forget about the very recent case of Rebecca Scott who was forcibly discharged, under Obamacare rules, while she awaited to find out how virulent her strain of TB was. Her discharge not only put Scott at risk, but it exposed anyone who would come into contact with her. Does anyone really believe that this provision of new healthcare system will be magically suspended in the face of an Ebola crisis?

Given the incubation period for Ebola, we could be weeks, possibly months away from realizing these same scenarios that the world is witnessing in places like Sierra Leone. 


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