Ebola Panic Reaches New Highs: Korean Bar Bans ‘Africans’

Ebola Panic Reaches New Highs: Korean Bar Bans “Africans” (ZeroHedge, Aug 18, 2014):

With race-relations in American at a boiling point, it is perhaps worth a glance at Asia for some context. As Media Equalizer’s Brian Maloney reports, one restaurant in South Korea is refusing to serve black people due to fears over Ebola! As he concludes: imagine the uproar were this sign to appear anywhere in the US…

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As Maloney adds,

Given that many American soldiers stationed in Korea are African-American, it’s hard to believe this isn’t generating more attention here at home.

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Africa already went ‘medieval’ as we noted here.

Cordons, common in the medieval era of the Black Death, have not been seen since the border between Poland and Russia was closed in 1918 to stop typhus from spreading west.

The phrase cordon sanitaire, or sanitary barrier, appears to date from 1821, when France sent 30,000 troops into the Pyrenees to stop a lethal fever raging in Spain from crossing the border.

Plans for the new cordon were announced on Aug. 1 at an emergency meeting in Conakry, Guinea, of the Mano River Union, a regional association of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, the three countries hardest hit by Ebola, according to Agence France-Presse. The plan was to isolate a triangular area where the three countries meet, separated only by porous borders, and where 70 percent of the cases known at that time had been found.

“It might work,” said Dr. Martin S. Cetron, the disease center’s chief quarantine expert. “But it has a lot of potential to go poorly if it’s not done with an ethical approach. Just letting the disease burn out and considering that the price of controlling it — we don’t live in that era anymore. And as soon as cases are under control, one should dial back the restrictions.”

How long before this ‘segregation’ scare comes to the rest of the world?

Source: Media Equalizer

2 thoughts on “Ebola Panic Reaches New Highs: Korean Bar Bans ‘Africans’

  1. How long before this hits the rest of the world? Depends on how soon US media stops selling the benefits of military rule using Ferguson as the ongoing example. Ebola might be another good reason to use military rule…….
    Mindless will follow……….
    The Mindless will inherit the earth……and it has already happened.
    Sick………………….and very stupid.

  2. After doing some more research, I have to amend my earlier statement. When I started researching Ebola, I went to the WHO website, and other western sites. WHO said it could only be transmitted by bodily fluids, not through the air…….and forbore to describe the disease in any detail. My cynical thinking took over before I did enough research. My apologies.

    WHO said the disease did not exist before 1989, and it could be transmitted from animal to person, person to animal. Such things are almost unheard of in the world of nature, it had to have been developed in a lab. The myth it comes from fruit bats is just that……and this might well be a run at bio warfare. It is already beyond west Africa, it is in other countries, and we don’t know if all those infected are being treated. Also, there might be people who just carry the disease without coming down with it. Remember Typhoid Mary? She was a real person, and was banned from several hospitals where she managed to get on as a nurse.

    In a world with satellite spy equipment, you’d think there would be a way to identify those in danger areas and monitor their movements. But, you cannot monitor those who go in to help, and leave. One of the patients in the US is a doctor who was trying to help Ebola stricken patients…..and there are others who have been identified as sick. If it is in the US and Canada, it is most likely in Europe, the middle east, Russia………and there is nobody monitoring the disease.

    If I had any say, we would find the lab that developed Ebola, shut it down, and charge their researchers with genocide.

    WHO also said it required many tests to eliminate other illnesses, including HIV and Plague, so there is no way to diagnose the disease quickly. There is no cure. In a sane world, if someone developed such a disease, you would think they would also develop an antidote. Not in the mad scientist world in which we languish. US claims they have Ebola under control as soon as foreign people step off planes are blowing smoke………pure lies.

    What WHO didn’t say is that people with the disease bleed from their eyes, ears and noses and fluids pour off their bodies…….contact with their sheets, clothes or anything they have touched is enough to pass the disease to others.
    It is the most virulent disease in centuries, and it could turn into a full scale pandemic because there are no safeguards in place to stop it spreading. Only from Bodily fluids…..??? The patients are pouring out fluids from every pore in their bodies! Touching them, giving them water or food…..all of these simple things make one vulnerable to catching the disease. As a result, few people will go in to care for them, and the door is open to those who would profit.

    There are greedy fools who dress up as health care workers ( help is very scarce making access very easy) in order to harvest the bodies for organs to sell. This takes greedy gut action to new lows. If they put on protective clothing, it doesn’t mean the people who receive the organs won’t touch them, or that the one who receives the organ won’t also be infected…..this is insane.

    People who handle the corpses, wash them, prepare them for burial can be infected by touching the corpses, or anything they touched. This is HIV on steroids! The ancient Roman custom of cremation needs to be enacted, such diseased bodies ought to be disposed of completely.

    Right now, it is rampant in war torn areas of Africa, but is spreading to the cities and wealthier areas of Africa. What people don’t know about Africa would fill libraries. Many of their nations are strong, emerging economies, and the disease can easily be spread as a result. Infected people in the early stages of Ebola can and do get to the cities for food and water, spreading the disease as they move around. We also don’t know the incubation period, or how many can become carriers.

    Many of our healthcare workers and nurses come from Kenya……Africa is not cut off from the world as it was 50 years ago, it is a growing part of the global economy. I am certain if we have sick people here in the US, they are in Europe as well.

    The diseased areas are cordoned off, but they do not contain all the people with the disease. Where food and water are not being provided, sick people and their caretakers leave to find them…….

    Sanitary materials, such as plastic gloves are in short supply. The disease is spreading, people carry it for days before they come down with it. I don’t yet know how many days, I will keep researching.

    There are cases in the US, the patients being treated in undisclosed locations. There are cases in Canada, there are cases in other countries.

    This could quickly become a world pandemic, evil in the sense it was created by some jerk in a lab someplace. Since the Spanish Flu in 1918, there has not been anything so virulent.

    My father was a boy of nine when the Spanish Flu took over. Every hour, a horse drawn cart would creak down the street while the drivers called out “Bring out your dead, bring out your dead.”

    People would scurry to the carts with corpses wrapped in shrouds, the drivers would help load them into the cart before taking all the bodies to a mass grave outside of town………

    With Ebola, I think the bodies should be cremated, not buried. I don’t think we want that virus to get a chance to grow into the soil……….not a good idea. We don’t know what it can do.

    Thanks for staying on the important stories.

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