a reply to: intrptr
Thank you for taking the time to check out the links.
I am very interested in knowing the how the Ebola crisis is being handled in other countries. One of the reasons I joined ATS was to meet and
communicate with other ATS members from around the globe, incase of times like these, where you cannot trust MSM and most internet news reports. It
gives me the benefit of getting an honest, intelligent first hand understanding of situations such as this one, and I can offer the same in return to
members who are interested in how Australia is handling the crisis.
We are obviously all here for the same reason. To get as close to the truth as possible and to be amongst likeminded people that we can learn from and
trust to deliver the real truth from where they are experiencing it, as opposed to scripted MSM garbage.
You mentioned that in the USA you guys have a 21 day clock ticking down.
Could you please explain this further? Is this like a public announcement from your government? Like a terrorist alert type safety rating?
Apologies in advance if im asking what seems like a stupid question, but we have nothing like that down here. As I said before, Australia is
downplaying the entire situation and there has been no public announcement in regards to worst case scenario's or disease control protocols.
Also, thanks for the link you provided as highly recommended .
I bought Richard Prestons The Hot Zone many years ago. I also bought his second book The Demon In The Freezer.
Both books were pivotal to my awakening . They changed the way I viewed the world. To me, Ebola was and still is the most scariest thing in the world.
I have followed every outbreak for the last 20 years. Each outbreak would instantly send cold shivers down my spine and I would follow its progress
religiously until I was able to breathe a sigh of relief when it was finally contained.
This outbreak is different. Its been 5 months now and there isn't even a hint of good news in regards to containment.
I am really hoping, like many others, that soon we will all be able to breathe a huge sigh of relief again.
Hey Shana. Nice to meet another Aussie on ATS.
How bad is it that our government is being so apathetic in regards to the Ebola outbreak?
You are so right in saying that the news reports only mention it as an after thought.
I think you probably share the same concerns as I do, if it goes really bad, how prepared is the Australian public?
Most people have no clue in regards to the severity of this situation. Its really sad because if SHTF so many of them are going to be uninformed and
totally dependant on Tony Abbott to save them. As a fellow Aussie, YOU will understand exactly how depressing that is to think about.
I try to tell people whats going on, but unfortunately too many Australians are still asleep and not ready to see the truth.
The ones that are more open to awareness are caught up on the entire MH17 flight bombing or the Palestinian/ Israeli conflict, and see no reason to be
concerned about Ebola and the consequences that would follow if it came to our shores.
Don't get me wrong, I love our whole "She'll be right mate" attitude, but its time to get serious about this, because maybe this time, things wont be
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