Dec 10

Don’t miss if you are afraid of Ebola and still believe what the government & the media is telling you.




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How to prevent Ebola, TRUTH!
Ebola is a virus that has been around since 1976. Discover how it suddenly has become the focus of so much panic and concern in America. This video is packed with actual RESEARCH that shows the facts about this virus.

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Dec 06

U.N. peacekeeper in Liberia tests positive for Ebola (CBS News, Dec 5, 2014):

MONROVIA, Liberia — A U.N. peacekeeper who contracted Ebola in Liberia will be flown to the Netherlands for treatment, a Dutch Health Ministry spokeswoman said Friday.

The Nigerian soldier is expected to arrive in the Netherlands this weekend and will go into isolation at the University Medical Center Utrecht, according to Inge Freriksen.

This is the third infection for the mission, which comprises about 7,700 troops and police. The previous two died. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

Liberia collapses into ‘economic hell’ as panicked population abandons farm fields and factories (Natural News, Oct 18, 2014):

Ebola is now spreading so fast in West Africa, and causing so much death so quickly, that the regional economy is on the verge of a total collapse. The Washington Post (WP) reports that Liberia, the hardest-hit Ebola country, is now teetering over a chasm of “economic hell,” as locals increasingly skip work to avoid infection. Continue reading »

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Oct 17

Ebola In Context: Liberia Needs 80,000 Body Bags & 1 Million HazMat Suits (ZeroHedge, Oct 16, 2014):

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Oct 13

H/t reader squodgy:

“A twofor…..a global cull AND they get the gas

https://www.occupycorporatism.com/home/us-troops-world-bank-imf-set-stage-liberian-resource-extraction/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-dsiufhMu0

From the article:

“… in Liberia, “there is enough energy in the ground right now to supply the needs of the U.S. for the next 100 years, and we can get to it economically.”

And now sending troups to Liberia makes so much more sense, …

Ebola Hoax: 100% REVEALED! CNN + NYT Caught Using CRISIS ACTORS! (MUST-SEE Video)

… doesn’t it?

It’s all about money, power and control.


IMF whistleblower John Perkens, Confessions of an Economic Hitman – NwoMafiaCrimes

US Troops, World Bank and IMF Set the Stage For Liberian Resource Extraction

US Troops, World Bank & IMF Set the Stage For Liberian Resource Extraction (Susanne Posel, Oct 11, 2014):

Travelling on 6 US military planes, an estimated 4,000 combat-ready troops have arrived in Liberia, the hardest hit by the Ebola virus.

Major General Darryl Williams explained: “The fleet of planes that landed outside the Liberian capital of Monrovia consisted of four MV-22 Ospreys and two KC-130s. The 100 additional Marines bring to just over 300 the total number of American troops in the country.”

One task of the US troops in Liberia is to begin building “medical centers”; while British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon stated that the UK are providing 750 soldiers to assist in the construction of “treatment centers and an Ebola training academy”. Continue reading »

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Sep 23

Ebola death camps unveiled in Liberia; disease victims to be rounded up and removed from their own homes by force (Natural News, Sep 23, 2014):

According to the Washington Post [1], the World Health Organization has announced a program which would round up Ebola victims across Liberia and herd them into “Ebola death camps” in order to isolate them from their families.

Although they aren’t called “Ebola death camps” — the sweet-sounding public name for the facilities is “community care centers” — their purpose is “to move infected people out of their homes and into ad hoc centers that will provide rudimentary care,” says the Post. Continue reading »

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Sep 22

Flashback:

Vaccines and Medical Experiments on Children, Minorities, Woman and Inmates (1845 – 2007)


Scientists allege deadly diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are bio weapons being tested on Africans
Scientists allege deadly diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are bio weapons being tested on Africans. Other reports have linked the Ebola virus outbreak to an attempt to reduce Africa’s population. Liberia happens to be the continents’s fastest growing population.

Ebola, AIDS Manufactured by Western Pharmaceuticals, US DoD? (The Liberian Observer, Sep 9, 2014):

Scientists Allege
By: Dr. Cyril Broderick, Professor of Plant Pathology

Dear World Citizens: Continue reading »

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Sep 08

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Ebola outbreak is a unique ‘perfect storm’ (USA TODAY):

The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is distinctly different from any over the last 40 years, several public health officials said Monday, making it far more challenging to control.

As of Friday, 3,944 people had been confirmed infected with Ebola in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Senegal since December, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which has admitted that it is likely under-counting cases. More than half of the victims have died.

US, Britain to send troops to help fight Ebola in West Africa (Los Angeles Times):

he United States and Britain are sending troops and equipment to West Africa to help curb the spread of Ebola, officials said Monday, as the World Health Organization warned that the outbreak is outstripping the capacity to respond in one of the worst-hit countries.

The military forces will build treatment facilities in Liberia and Sierra Leone to help care for victims of the virus, which has killed more than 2,000 people since it was detected in March.

Ebola spread is exponential in Liberia, thousands of cases expected soon: WHO (Reuters)

Breaking news: Liberia’s Ebola problem far worse than imagined, says WHO (Science AAAS)

Ebola Cases Reported Up Sharply in Liberia(New York Times)

The view from Sierra Leone as it faces a governent-imposed Ebola lockdown (Vox) Continue reading »

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Sep 03

FYI.


U.S. Preps For Ebola Outbreak: Cases May Exceed 100,000 By December: “The Numbers Are Really Scary” (SHFTplan, Sep 1, 2014):

Though news on the Ebola virus has been muted since two American health care workers were admitted to U.S.-based facilities last month, the deadly contagion continues to spread. According to the World Health Organization more than 40% of all Ebola cases thus far have occurred in just the last three months, suggesting that the virus is continuing to build steam.

Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern University in Boston is one of several researchers trying to figure out how far Ebola may spread and how many people around the world could be affected. Based on his findings, there will be 10,000 cases by September of this year and it only gets worse from there. Continue reading »

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Aug 28

Ebola continues to spread, Liberia quarantines entire slum and begins deadly crackdown on protestors (Natural News, Aug 27, 2014):

As the Ebola virus spreads throughout West Africa, governments there are becoming more and more authoritarian in how they are dealing with it — actions that are born of fear as much as pragmatism.

For instance, in Liberia in recent days, soldiers and police officers donning riot gear have blocked roads, cordoned off areas and have even intercepted citizens who set out on water, in canoes. Entire neighborhoods — many sprawling slums with tens of thousands of people — have been placed under isolation and quarantine, as the Liberian government continues to struggle with the virus’s spread.

‘This is messed up’

The New York Times reported on the results of the Liberian government’s decisions: Continue reading »

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Aug 26

‘Shoot on sight’ orders given to contain Ebola outbreak (Natural News, Aug 25, 2014):

As panic grows from the current Ebola outbreak, which began in Africa and continues to ravage scores of people on the continent, authorities are becoming more resolute in preventing its spread, even adopting extreme measures that involve armed force.

As reported by Sky News, the armed forces of Liberia have been given orders by the government to shoot people trying to cross illegally from the border of neighboring Sierra Leone, which was closed to stem the spread of the disease.
Continue reading »

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Aug 22

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Liberian security forces stand in front of protesters after clashes at West Point neighbourhood in Monrovia August 20, 2014

Police open fire, use tear gas on crowds as Liberia struggles to contain deadly Ebola (RT, Aug 21, 2014):

Four people were injured in clashes when soldiers opened fire and used tear gas on demonstrators in the quarantine zone in the Liberian capital, Monrovia. It’s as the world tries to contain the fatal outbreak and to find a cure for the deadly disease.

The death toll from the spreading virus mounted by 106 in just two days, and constituted 1,350 victims. In Liberia alone, 576 people have died from 972 cases, AFP reported. Continue reading »

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Aug 19

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Struggling Liberia creates ‘plague villages’ in Ebola epicenter (Reuters, Aug 17, 2014):

To try to control the Ebola epidemic spreading through West Africa, Liberia has quarantined remote villages at the epicenter of the virus, evoking the “plague villages” of medieval Europe that were shut off from the outside world.

With few food and medical supplies getting in, many abandoned villagers face a stark choice: stay where they are and risk death or skip quarantine, spreading the infection further in a country ill-equipped to cope.

In Boya, in northern Liberia’s Lofa County, Joseph Gbembo, who caught Ebola and survived, says he is struggling to raise 10 children under five years old and support five widows after nine members of his family were killed by the virus.

Fearful of catching Ebola themselves, the 30-year-old’s neighbors refuse to speak with him and blame him for bringing the virus to the village. Continue reading »

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Aug 04

Tennessee Doctor In Self-Quarantine On Return From Liberia Ebola Hotspot (ZeroHedge, Aug, 3, 2014):

A Tennessee doctor, working at the same Liberian clinic as Dr. Kent Brantly – the Ebola-infected American who was flown to Atlanta yesterday for treatment – has placed himself in quarantine as a “precaution for [his] family.” As ABC reports, Alan Jamison, a retired pediatrician, returned home to Morristown, Tenn., after he was evacuated from Liberia by the aid group he was volunteering for, says he’s “feeling well” and showing no sign of symptoms; and claims since landing in the US, he said he’s had no physical contact with anyone. As Mark St.Cyr notes, the Ebola virus which has been separated from the U.S. populace by the fortune of geological positioning has not only arrived on our doorstep, but was flown in deliberately on its own personal G5. Many are asking questions of; why? But perhaps the more crucial question is ‘what if?’ The what if question was this: “What if they need to bring them back because they had no choice? What if the reason they need to get them into better facilities is for the worst of all reasons? i.e., It’s already here.”

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Jul 30

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Dr. Azaria Marthyman of Victoria, B.C. is seen putting on protective gear before treating Ebola patients in Liberia.

Canadian Doctor Quarantines Himself Over Ebola Fears After Returning From Liberia (ZeroHedge, July 29, 2014):

Earlier today we wondered, rhetorically, if the CDC was wrong when it stated, with confidence, that there is “little risk” for the Ebola virus to leave the African continent, and cross the Atlantic, landing in North America. We may have gotten the official refutation less than 6 hours later, when moments ago Canada’s CTV reported that a Canadian doctor is in self-imposed quarantine after spending nearly a month in West Africa treating patients in the deadly Ebola outbreak that has claimed nearly 700 lives. “Dr. Azaria Marthyman of Victoria, B.C. was among a handful of Canadian health-care workers who traveled to Liberia, where the Ebola epidemic is currently raging. He was part of a North American team from the Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse.” This is the same charity organization whose two US citizen members were previously reported to have caught the virus. Continue reading »

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Jul 28

Second US Citizen Infected With Ebola In Liberia, Which Shuts Down Borders To Slow Epidemic (ZeroHedge, July 27, 2014):

Update, one which many will say has been long overdue: Liberia Shuts Border Crossings to Slow Ebola Spread. From Bloomberg:

  • Liberia Shuts Border Crossings to Slow Ebola Spread: Allafrica
  • Only major border crossings at Roberts International Airport, James Spriggs Payne Airport, Foya Crossing, Bo Waterside Crossing, Ganta Crossing to remain open, AllAfrica.com says, citing Liberian govt statement.
  • At those entry points, testing centers to be set up; “stringent” preventive measures to be announced
  • New travel policy by Liberia Airport Authority on inspection, testing of all passengers to be strictly observed Continue reading »

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Jul 27

Runaway Ebola-Infected Woman Dies As US Doctor Tests Positive For Virus (ZeroHedge, July 27, 2014):

It continues to go from bad to worse for Africa’s “deadliest ever” Ebola epidemic which has officially claimed well over 600 lives, and unofficially many more.

Following the death of a Liberian government worker two days ago who collapsed in the international airport of Nigeria’s 20-million megacity, Lagos which resulted in a “red alert” Nigeria clamping down into a quasi-quarantine state, sending specialists to airports and seaports fo containment, overnight we got an update on the other major Ebola story from last week, namely the female patient whose family broke her out of a hospital in Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown, and who had been on the loose of several days, leading to a nationwide hunt. She has passed away, dying in an ambulance on the way to hospital, Reuters reports. Continue reading »

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Jan 27

Are We On The Verge Of A Massive Emerging Markets Currency Collapse? (Economic Collapse, Jan 26, 2014):

This time, the Federal Reserve has created a truly global problem.  A big chunk of the trillions of dollars that it pumped into the financial system over the past several years has flowed into emerging markets.  But now that the Fed has decided to begin “the taper”, investors see it as a sign to pull the “hot money” out of emerging markets as rapidly as possible.  This is causing currencies to collapse and interest rates to soar all over the planet.  Argentina, Turkey, South Africa, Ukraine, Chile, Indonesia, Venezuela, India, Brazil, Taiwan and Malaysia are just some of the emerging markets that have been hit hard so far.  In fact, last week emerging market currencies experienced the biggest decline that we have seen since the financial crisis of 2008.  And all of this chaos in emerging markets is seriously spooking Wall Street as well.  The Dow has fallen nearly 500 points over the last two trading sessions alone.  If the Federal Reserve opts to taper even more in the coming days, this currency crisis could rapidly turn into a complete and total currency collapse. Continue reading »

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Sep 04

Flashback:

McCain Issues Top Ten Funniest Ways to Kill Iranians

Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran


Update:

Incredible Tweets from John McCain on Libya and Syria from 2009 and 2011 (Liberty Blitzkrieg, Sep 4, 2013):

Earlier today I called John McCain a weapon of mass destruction on Twitter. Little did I know that just moments later he would be caught playing a game of poker on his iPhone during the Senate’s hearing on launching missiles at Syria.

Nevertheless, none of this should surprise us, as John McCain has shown signs of severe dementia for quite some time now. Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane and examine some of his tweets from years past.

First from 2009:

Now let’s fast forward to 2011:

 

Quite interesting that he made that comment two years before the chemical attack that we supposedly must respond to militarily.

Now finally, here is the man in 2013, during the Senate hearing on the starting of World War III.

*Photo above from the Washington Post.

Somebody please tell me why this man has a say in anything we do as a nation.

In Liberty,
Mike

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Jan 28

Insect invasion is worst in the African country in 30 years

Liberia has declared a state of emergency over a plague of caterpillars that has destroyed plants and crops and contaminated water supplies, threatening an already fragile food situation.

Tens of millions of marching caterpillars have invaded at least 80 towns and villages in central and northern Liberia, preventing some farmers from reaching their fields and causing others to flee their homes. The inch-long pests – the caterpillar life stage of the noctuid moth – have spread to neighbouring Guinea and are threatening Sierra Leone, which has set up monitoring teams along its border.

Liberia’s president, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, said in a televised speech on Monday night that the country’s worst plague of caterpillars in three decades had “the potential to set back our progress in the production of food and export crops”.

Continue reading »

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May 02

Swelling populations and a global tide of immigration will present new security challenges for the United States by straining resources and stoking extremism and civil unrest in distant corners of the globe, CIA Director Michael V. Hayden said in a speech yesterday.

The population surge could undermine the stability of some of the world’s most fragile states, especially in Africa, while in the West, governments will be forced to grapple with ever larger immigrant communities and deepening divisions over ethnicity and race, Hayden said.

Hayden, speaking at Kansas State University, described the projected 33 percent growth in global population over the next 40 years as one of three significant trends that will alter the security landscape in the current century. By 2050, the number of humans on Earth is expected to rise from 6.7 billion to more than 9 billion, he said.

“Most of that growth will occur in countries least able to sustain it, a situation that will likely fuel instability and extremism, both in those countries and beyond,” Hayden said.

With the population of countries such as Niger and Liberia projected to triple in size in 40 years, regional governments will be forced to rapidly find food, shelter and jobs for millions, or deal with restive populations that “could be easily attracted to violence, civil unrest, or extremism,” he said. Continue reading »

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