posted on Aug, 8 2014 @ 07:03 AM
a reply to: GogoVicMorrow
Well we were briefed about all of Africa size, countries, and languages before we were deployed here. Trust me I know all about weaponized bioweapons.
It seems great in theory but much harder to do in practice, especially with a virus spread prominently through bodily fluids. Bioweapons are
impossible to control. No one would use anything that travels through bodily fluids because it takes too much time, but those diseases are not to be
underestimated in their danger and their infectivity.
You don't need to see it, but I'm also not trying to say it's the end of the world. I'm saying this could be disastrous because it takes 2-21 days for
symptoms to show. I deal with dozens of people each day now imagine after 21 days. The doctors working on this do not have the resources or man power
to stop this virus. All it takes is 1 person. Now let's look at AIDS. That's transferred with bodily fluids as well and look how much it's spread.
AIDS came from Africa which is where the Ebola is. Granted it was 35-40 years ago (forgive my math here).
So lack of resources and manpower means that these doctors and other workers are working harder and sleeping less. That equals to more mistakes which
makes it easier to spread. Just saying it could spread much easier than people think.
Have a blessed day! Much Love!
edit on 8-8-2014 by Wanderer777 because: (no reason given)