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originally posted by: signalfire
Only it's well past starting to look that this is NOT normal Ebola, that it may be an Ebola/Lassa virus hybrid perfectly weaponized to have a long incubation and a sturdy kill rate. It's already killed many Westerners who had all the precautions in place and knew the danger. Something wicked this way comes.
I've thought about the rare earth/African resources connection myself, but more in relation to China's reported buying up of massive amounts of African land (as well as American land, handily now much cheaper than six years ago).
Guess all the readily raped locations are already being mined, and Africa was just sitting there waiting for its turn. Just like every other invasionary force though, you have to get rid of the locals first. Cortez would be proud.
originally posted by: Caver78
Tossing another idea into the ring for consideration....what if given the current destabilization of our climate ( sahara once having been more inviting) TPTB are clearing the population in preparation?
just a random thought!
It would be nearly be impossible to get proof of this kind of stuff
Key to the Map of the U.S. Military’s Pivot to Africa, 2012-2013
Green markers: U.S. military training, advising, or tactical deployments during 2013
Yellow markers: U.S. military training, advising, or tactical deployments during 2012
Purple marker: U.S. "security cooperation"
Red markers: Army National Guard partnerships
Blue markers: U.S. bases, forward operating sites (FOSes), contingency security locations (CSLs), contingency locations (CLs), airports with fueling agreements, and various shared facilities
Green push pins: U.S. military training/advising of indigenous troops carried out in a third country during 2013
Yellow push pins: U.S. military training/advising of indigenous troops carried out in a third country during 2012