Sep 30

… as planned by the power elite.

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“AIDS is not an efficient killer because it is too slow. 
My favorite candidate for eliminating 90 percent of the world’s population is airborne Ebola
because it is both highly lethal and it kills in days, instead of years. 
We’ve got airborne diseases with 90 percent mortality in humans. Killing humans. Think about that. You know, the bird flu’s good, too. For everyone who survives, he will have to bury nine”
- Dr. Eric Pianka

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- 82% of Ebola patients are being turned away from hospitals to die at home, spreading infections to family members (Natural News, Sep 29, 2014):

A lack of available hospital beds in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the three countries at the epicenter of the worst Ebola outbreak in history, is leaving many families with nowhere to take their sick and dying. More than 80 percent of Ebola patients, in fact, are being turned away from hospitals and sent back home, where they continue to spread the disease to family members, friends and others in the community.

A major shortage of beds and healthcare workers throughout the region has created an every-man-for-himself situation in which infected folks are having to basically fend for themselves. This is a worst-case scenario for containing the disease, as most of its spread is believed to occur when Ebola patients return home and try to hide their disease from everyone else, quietly spreading it in the process. Continue reading »

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Sep 30
“AIDS is not an efficient killer because it is too slow. 
My favorite candidate for eliminating 90 percent of the world’s population is airborne Ebola
because it is both highly lethal and it kills in days, instead of years. 
We’ve got airborne diseases with 90 percent mortality in humans. Killing humans. Think about that. You know, the bird flu’s good, too. For everyone who survives, he will have to bury nine”
- Dr. Eric Pianka

Vaccine-Vile-Syringe-Shot

- Experimental Ebola vaccine to be injected into humans en masse beginning this January: WHO (Natural News, Sep 29, 2014):

The United Nations isn’t letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal testing and approval process, should be ready in bulk by early 2015 for use in West Africa.

Two vaccines in particular, one manufactured by British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the other by U.S.-based NewLink Genetics, are being accelerated through clinical trials, according to World Health Organization (WHO) Assistant Director General Marie-Paule Kieny. If all goes as planned, the jabs will be available to health workers as early as November. Continue reading »

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Sep 30

Scientists allege deadly diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are bio weapons being tested on Africans

- ‘Dark zones’ in GMO technology research allow secret development of deadly bioweapons (Natural News, Sep 29, 2014):

New evidence has emerged to suggest that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a key factor in the spread of deadly pathogens like Ebola. The current Ebola outbreak appears to be a direct product of what former Soviet microbiologist Dr. Ken Alibekov calls “dark zones” in GMO technology that allow pathogens to be deliberately weaponized to harm humans.

Dating back to the 1970s, the U.S. government has been involved in covert bioweaponry programs that involved deliberately creating “AIDS-like viruses” to be used during warfare, according to a prominent professor of plant pathology. One such virus is Ebola, a manufactured bioweapon patented and owned by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the vaccine license rights of which are owned by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The CDC patent for Ebola can be viewed here:
Google.com.

Dr. Cyril Broderick, formerly of the University of Liberia’s College of Agriculture and Forestry but now teaching at Delaware State University, cites Dr. Leonard Horowitz’s book Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola — Nature, Accident or Intentional? to make the claim that the U.S. government has actually been testing its manufactured bioweapons on Africans for many decades, under the guise of promoting vaccines and “public health.”

Ebola is a genetically modified virus

Continue reading »

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Sep 24

- CDC “Taking Precautions In US”, Fears 1.4 Million Africa Ebola Cases By January (ZeroHedge, Sep 23, 2014):

While WHO Director Thomas Frieden’s “gut” says the worst-case scenario won’t come to pass (thanks to the actions that are being taken), the CDC is about to release its Ebola-epidemic scenario tool that suggests up to 1.4 million infections by mid-January. As The NY Times reports, these figures take into account the fact that many cases go undetected, and estimate that there are actually 2.5 times as many as reported. In the best-case model, the epidemic in both countries would be “almost ended” by Jan. 20, the report said. Perhaps more worrying is the WHO report also, for the first time, raised the possibility that the disease would not be stopped but would become endemic in West Africa, meaning that it could become a constant presence there. Aid group Samaritan’s Purse is gravely concerned at the spread of the disease, fearing “it’s too late. Nobody’s going to build 100,000 beds.”

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Yet another set of ominous projections about the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was released Tuesday, in a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that gave worst- and best-case estimates for Liberia and Sierra Leone based on computer modeling. Continue reading »

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Sep 23

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- Scientists warn Ebola transmission may be airborne; urge full respirators for frontline health workers (Natural News, Sep 23, 2014):

With so many questions still remaining as to how folks like Dr. Rick Sacra, who never even treated Ebola patients, somehow managed to contract the supposedly non-airborne disease, the University of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) has issued new guidelines recommending that all front-line health workers be outfitted with full respirators, a recommendation which suggests that Ebola could very well have gone airborne.

In a recent commentary, Drs. Lisa M. Brosseau, Sc.D., and Rachael Jones, Ph.D., make the case for respirators, not just face masks, as necessary equipment in the fight against Ebola. Recommending the precautionary approach in such a serious matter, the duo says that, just because it hasn’t been confirmed that Ebola can transfer through the air doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be treated as such, especially when people’s lives are on the line. 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 23

Coming to a country near you.


- Medical martial law declared in Sierra Leone; Ebola victims hunted like fugitives in house-to-house searches (Natural News, Sep 19, 2014):

EBOLA ALERT: Medical martial law has now been declared in Sierra Leone while the government conducts a house-to-house hunt for Ebola victims who are being treated like “medical fugitives.”

“Sierra Leone ordered its 6 million people confined to their homes for three days starting Friday,” declared the Associated Press today. [1] 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 22

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- Exponential: Ebola Cases Now Double Every 3 Weeks; CDC Warns As Many As Half A Million May Be Infected Soon (ZeroHedge, Sep 19, 2014):

Since the start of the outbreak, the Ebola virus has infected 5,357 people, killing 2,630, according to the WHO; and as The UN explains, the outbreak is the largest the world has ever seen with the number of cases is doubling every three weeks. As Sierra Leone instigates a 3-day nationwide shutdown to contain the deadly virus, the UN Secretary-General explains “Ebola matters to us all,” as we noted previously the odds of the infection coming to America is around 18% by year-end. The CDC, however, hot on the heels of the UN’s proclamation that “the gravity and scale of the situation now require an unprecedented level of international action,” has warned that unless government intervention is increased significantly, 550,000 people could be infected by the end of January. “Contained?”

As The Secretary General of The UN statedContinue reading »

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Sep 10

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- First case of Ebola confirmed in Senegal as spread of deadly virus rapidly accelerates (Natural News, Sep 9, 2014):

A fifth African country, Senegal, has confirmed its first case of Ebola after a young man tested positive for the virus following admittance to a hospital in Dakar, the nation’s capital. The UK’s Telegraph reports that the man, a student, had just gotten back from a trip to Guinea when he fell ill with symptoms, failing to report that he had come into contact with infected individuals back in his home country.

Guinean authorities say the student was immediately put under surveillance but disappeared for three weeks after that. He later emerged and was placed under medical care, with tests confirming that he had become infected with the deadly illness. Continue reading »

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Sep 10

- Researchers Offer Strange Answer to Anticipated Dengue Spikes Following Vaccine (Activist Post, Sep 9, 2014):

Researchers indeed continue to develop vaccines for tropical, mosquito-vectored diseases like dengue fever, which affects 50 million people per year.

There are no commercially available vaccines for the virus – yet. But, they’ve run into a big problem.

Researchers watching vaccine development caution that there will be initial disease spikes with its use. There’s no argument about this observation. In fact, it’s admitted.

But the explanation to ward off panic and ensure that people in other countries will take that future risk, is beyond a mental back flip. Continue reading »

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Sep 10

- Inventory Uncovers 9,200 More Pathogens (Washington Post, June 18, 2009):

Laboratory Says Security Is Tighter, but Earlier Count Missed Dangerous Vials

An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens at Fort Detrick’s infectious disease laboratory found more than 9,000 vials that had not been accounted for, Army officials said yesterday, raising concerns that officials wouldn’t know whether dangerous toxins were missing.

After four months of searching about 335 freezers and refrigerators at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases in Frederick, investigators found 9,220 samples that hadn’t been included in a database of about 66,000 items listed as of February, said Col. Mark Kortepeter, the institute’s deputy commander.

The vials contained some dangerous pathogens, among them the Ebola virus, anthrax bacteria and botulinum toxin, and less lethal agents such as Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus and the bacterium that causes tularemia. Most of them, forgotten inside freezer drawers, hadn’t been used in years or even decades. Officials said some serum samples from hemorrhagic fever patients dated to the Korean War. 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 05

FYI.


- 16 Apocalyptic Quotes From Global Health Officials About This Horrific Ebola Epidemic (Economic Collapse, Sep 3, 2014):

Ebola continues to spread an an exponential rate.  According to the World Health Organization, 40 percent of all Ebola cases have happened in just the last three weeks.  At this point, the official numbers tell us that approximately 3,500 people have gotten the virus in Africa and more than 1,900 people have died.  That is quite alarming, but the real problem will arise if this disease continues to spread at an exponential pace.  One team of researchers has used computer modeling to project that the number of Ebola cases will reach 10,000 by September 24th if current trends continue.  And if the spread of Ebola does not slow down, we could be dealing with 100,000 cases by December.  Even the WHO is admitting that the number of cases is likely to grow to 20,000 before too much longer, and global health officials are now starting to use apocalyptic language to describe this outbreak. Continue reading »

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Sep 04

- Current Ebola Epidemic Death Count Surpasses All Previous Outbreaks Combined (ZeroHedge, Sep 3, 2014):

Presented with little comment…

  • *EBOLA DEATH TOLL REACHES 1,900; CASES SURPASS 3,500, WHO SAYS
  • *EBOLA OUTBREAK HAS MORE DEATHS THAN ALL PAST OUTBREAKS COMBINED

Perhaps, when Doctors-Without-Borders and the World Health Organization start speaking in panicced terms about ‘out of control’ outbreaks, ‘global crisis’, ‘world is losing battle’, due to ‘lethally inadequate’ responses; that it’s time for the west to start getting involved (as opposed to sending humanitarian advisers to Iraq and Ukraine). 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 31

Ebola Outbreak Spreads To 6th African Nation: 20 Cases In Senegal (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):

Despite border closures, flight bans, cordoning off the sick (and healthy), and rubber (and live) bullets and tear gas on ‘protesters’; the world’s worst outbreak of Ebola just keeps spreading, now to a sixth African nation. Just day after Congo (5th nation) reported cases of Ebola, as The BBC reports, Senegal’s health minister confirmed the first case of Ebola in his nation yesterday and Bloomberg confirms 20 more people are “under surveillance.” Meanwhile, in Guinea a Red Cross official said riots had broken out in the nation’s 2nd largest city over rumors that health workers had infected people with the virus; and Nigerians are protesting plans to build isolation units in some local clinics. “contained”

Senegal becomes the 6th African nation with Ebola after Congo, Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra-Leone, and Liberia

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As The BBC reports, Senegal had tried to block this… Continue reading »

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Aug 29

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- Ebola Outbreak Evolving “In Alarming Ways,” WHO Warns 20,000 Could Be Infectede (ZeroHedge, Aug 28, 2014):

More than 20,000 people may be infected with the Ebola virus before the outbreak in West Africa is controlled, warns the World Health Organization. As we noted previously, they believe the costs to fight this epidemic will be $490 million (higher than the previous $430 million estimate) as Bloomberg reports the WHO roadmap released today warns “The 2014 Ebola virus disease outbreak continues to evolve in alarming ways.” So far, the virus has infected more than 3,000 people, making it the biggest outbreak ever, and has killed more than 1,550. It’s on a pace to cause more deaths than all previous outbreaks combined.

As Bloomberg reports,

More than 20,000 people may be infected with the Ebola virus before the outbreak in West Africa is controlled and curbing the epidemic will cost at least $490 million, according to a World Health Organization plan. 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 27

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- Ebola Among Health Workers: More Than 240 Sick, More Than 120 Dead (Economic Collapse, Aug 25, 2014):

If hundreds of doctors and nurses are becoming infected with Ebola, what chance is the general public going to have?  This is not just a question that many of us are asking.  As you will see below, this is a question that the World Health Organization is asking.  When dozens of health workers started getting Ebola, nobody could explain how it was happening.  More precautions were taken and health workers were even more careful than before.  Then the number of sick health workers rose to 170.  Even more measures were taken to keep doctors and nurses from getting the disease, but now just a couple of weeks later we have learned that a total of 240 health workers have contracted the virus and more than 120 of them have died.  Overall, more than 2,600 people have been infected with Ebola since this outbreak began and more than 1,400 people have died.  This virus continues to spread at an exponential rate, and now we have learned that there are confirmed cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  When are people in the western world going to wake up and start taking this disease seriously? Continue reading »

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Aug 26

And who can trust a WHO that is 75% funded by Big Pharma?


- “Current Ebola Outbreak Is Different,” WHO Warns “Unprecedented” Number Of Medical Staff Infected (ZeroHedge, Aug 25, 2014):

The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in west Africa is unprecedented in many ways, including the high proportion of doctors, nurses, and other health care workers who have been infected, warns the World Health Organization. Despite all precautions possible, more than 240 health care workers have developed the disease in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, and more than 120 have died. Simply put, they conclude, the current outbreak is different. The loss of so many doctors and nurses has made it difficult for WHO to secure support from sufficient numbers of foreign medical staff. Even WHO admits, if doctors and nurses are getting infected, what chance does the general public have? Continue reading »

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Aug 26

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- New hotbed of Ebola found in Congo as serum-treated doctor dies (RT, Aug 25, 2014):

Officials from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) say that a second, separate outbreak of the deadly virus has occurred in the country. Meanwhile, a Liberian doctor treated with an experimental serum against the illness has passed away. Continue reading »

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Aug 24

- Ebola Epidemic Numbers Vastly Under-Reported Due To “Shadow Zones”, WHO Warns (ZeroHedge, Aug 23, 2014):

The stigma surrounding Ebola poses a serious obstacle to efforts to calibrate the outbreak in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria. As Reuters reports, the scale of the world’s worst Ebola outbreak has been concealed by families hiding infected loved ones in their homes and the existence of “shadow zones” that medics cannot enter, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). “As Ebola has no cure, some believe infected loved ones will be more comfortable dying at home,” the WHO statement said, concluding rather ominously, “frankly, no one knows when this outbreak of Ebola will end.”

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Aug 22

This makes Big Pharma very happy.


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- “Isolation Procedures Put In Place” After Ebola Suspect Dies In Ireland; Ebola-Like Disease Claims 70 In Congo:

Last week Ireland rushed to deny that a man with Ebola-like symptoms who was being tested in Dublin, did not have the disease. It may find such a refutation more difficult this time after Irish Times reported that a man was found dead last night in Donegal, after working in Sierra Leone, the epicenter of the current Ebola outbreak, and where “it is understood that a number of colleagues had contracted the virus.” The deceased was taken to Letterkenny General Hospital where the HSE is carrying out tests to see whether the death resulted from Ebola.

- WHO says 70 die from illness in Congo, denies Ebola link

- CURED? Emory University Hospital Releases Two US Ebola Patients

- Int’l Ebola News Roundup For August 20, 2014

- Liberia overwhelmed by number of Ebola dead

- Experimental drug success: US Ebola doctor to be discharged after recovery

- Dr. Kent Brantly being released from Atlanta hospital after Ebola treatment

- N.J. Ebola expert recalls earlier outbreak, alarmed about current spread!

- Uh Oh: Ebola crisis: Air France crews call for flight cancellations

- All 365 of Sierra Leone’s Ebola-related deaths pinned on one healer

- August 20 Ebola Spread: California, New Mexico, Germany, Austria, India, Myanmar, and more. Liberia Seals in 75,000 no docs, no food in or out:

The Ebola Virus is spreading very fast. Cases are now believed to exist in:

Sacramento, CA 

http://www.news10.net/story/news/local/2014/08/19/kaiser-ebola-patient/14316293/

Albuquerque, New Mexico

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3535038.shtml#.U_FuCmNrNc8

Berlin, Germany  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 21

- Ebola Test Under Way For Patient In Sacramento, California (Huffington Postm Aug 20, 2014):

A patient at a California hospital has been placed in isolation and is being tested for possible exposure to the Ebola virus, according to multiple reports.

The CDC will test blood samples taken from the patient, who is at the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center.

While results won’t be available for several days, the patient is being kept in isolation as a precaution, according to CBS Sacramento.

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Aug 20

- Fake Ebola Deaths Used to Promote Sales of Experimental Drugs (NODISINFO, Aug 19, 2014):

Sawyer, a worker in Liberia’s Ministry of Finance, is a complete fake. Watch his purported wife lobby of Mr. Sawyer lobby for global intervention in the Ebola epidemic hoax. Also see how she speaks of grieving and death with no evidence of suffering grief in even the most minimal degree.

There are at least three people whose deaths have been faked in order to promote the interests of the experimental drug and vaccine cabal, Dr. Sheikh Umar Khan, Patrick Sawyer, and purported nurse Justina Ejelonu.

Watch Decontee Sawyer spout wildly, upholding the position that the disease will eventually strike America. Clearly, based upon this suspect death she is hyping the Ebola hoax.

Why would she make all such efforts to hype the disease and the need for novel treatment while suffering in the midst of the loss? That cannot be mere happenstance. Surely, this is proof of a scam.

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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 18

Flashback:

- Dr. Rima E. Laibow: The Globalist Depopulation Agenda (Video):

In 2002 one of Dr. Rima E. Laibow’s patients, a head of state, told her:

“It’s almost time for the great culling to begin.”

Dr. Rima E. Laibow’s husband is Albert “Bert” Newton Stubblebine III a retired Major General in the United States Army. He was the commanding general of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command from 1981 to 1984, when he retired from the Army.


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- FDA, mainstream media denounce nano silver as ‘bogus cure’ for Ebola virus (Natural News, 17, 2014):

There’s a very interesting showdown taking place right now in the realm of Ebola treatments and cures. At stake is billions of dollars in potential vaccine profits as well as potentially tens of millions of lives of an Ebola pandemic outbreak takes place.

Here’s a summary of what’s happening so far, as best I can tell:

• The world of conventional medicine currently has ZERO proven treatments, vaccines or cures for treating Ebola.

• The recent Ebola media panic resulted in tremendous FDA pressure to authorize Ebola vaccine trials run by a company called Tekmira, whose stock price skyrocketed nearly 100% after the announcement.

• As Ebola news continued to spread, some websites began to claim they had various cures or treatments that could treat or prevent Ebola. For example, this web page claims something called “Monolaurin” is the answer to Ebola.

The New York Times published an article explaining that the FDA had “issued warnings over Ebola cures.” This article specifically named Dr. Rima Laibow for asserting that nano silver can kill Ebola. Continue reading »

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Aug 16

And this has to turn into a global pandemic in order for Big Pharma to make a lot of money.

And the WHO?

- Dr. Rima E. Laibow: The Globalist Depopulation Agenda (Video):

“The WHO Is A Private Corporation Just Like The Federal Reserve And Receives More Than Two Thirds of Its Funding From The Pharmaceutical Industry.”


- Ebola Outbreak “Moving Faster” Than Reported Cases Suggest, May Be Far Worse WHO Warns (ZeroHedge, Aug 15, 2014):

The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa continues to escalate, with 1975 cases and 1069 deaths reported from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, according to the WHO, but warns that “there is evidence that the number of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak.” While Nigeria remains ‘contained’ for now, Ireland now has its first suspected case of Ebola according to The Journal. What is perhaps most concerning is Doctors Without Borders warn the ebola outbreak is “moving faster” than they can handle.

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The WHO warns…

Elsewhere, the outbreak is expected to continue for some time. WHO’s operational response plan extends over the next several months. Staff at the outbreak sites see evidence that the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak. Continue reading »

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