posted on Aug, 2 2014 @ 02:12 PM
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the president of Liberia. Her biography is astounding even including a Nobel Peace prize.
She is also good friends with George Soros and even attended his wedding reception when he wed Tamiko Bolton, a health care consultant, last year.
George Soros, of course, is a multi-billionaire and his Open Society Foundation supports the OSIWA (Open Society Initiative for West Africa) of which
Sirleaf is a part. She even served as the chair of OSIWA from 2001 - 2003 and continues to espouse the Open Society initiatives.
Considering George Soros' interest in west Africa, his close association with Sirleaf, and his ability to finance anything he wants to, why are the
facilities to treat Ebola and other seriously contagious diseases still so third-world?
With the billions of dollars that have been spent there, why do we still have doctors and other health professionals risking their lives to work out
of makeshift hospitals with little access to state-of-the-art equipment and supplies?
I continue to be baffled by the fact that throughout the world, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent on making these places better serviced
and equipped, and yet.....NOTHING to speak of has changed!! You would think with the likes of Soros and Gates with their gazillions of money they
would have changed them from "third world" to at least, "second world" by now.
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