75% of Ebola Victims are Women

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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 11:16 AM
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originally posted by: grandmakdw
a reply to: soficrow

You did great research.

I just don't agree that it was purposely set upon the world.


Thanks - but I did NOT say or imply that this epidemic was "purposely set upon the world." I suggested "accidental" dispersal - simply pointing out a few coincidences:

* the evidence shows the outbreak originated at the Kenema Hospital where researchers were testing their "rapid diagnostic tests" for viral hemorrhagic fevers like Lassa and Ebola,
* women go to hospitals and clinics far more often than men do, at least for pre- and post-natal care, and
* like what happened when African women were infected with HIV/AIDS by re-used contaminated equipment, it is conceivable that the researchers' testing patients resulted in accidental infections.

It so happens that I've spent the last decade posting warnings here that we are facing an unprecedented number of naturally evolving new diseases. So you're preaching to the converted on that one, and as well, not giving me due credit for making distinctions.








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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 11:21 AM
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Since ebola is found in sperm I wonder if the female reproductive system harbors it.

I suspect the endometrium, uterine lining. Menstruating women probably bath/wash clothes and share meals together. In some cultures men have very little daily contact with women except for sex. An infected male having sex with multiple women would expose more females than males.

Women might confuse ebola symptoms/bleeding with menstruation. They could pass it around, thinking it's just an especially bad but normal cycle. They might not realize somethings wrong until the bleeding doesn't stop or their symptoms get worse.

Some women have erratic cycles spotting/bleeding at anytime during the month isn't unusual for them. If a man starts bleeding he'd know something was very wrong but a woman might not immediately think it's ebola.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 11:31 AM
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sofi

remember the report on female infanticide that i linked you about a year ago? and the data on how this was used to quell the growth of populations of humans but presented as religious edicts against females, for thousands of years? notice how nearly every religion and government, has historically abused their female members/citizens. every excuse in the book has been made, from "women are evil temptresses" to "men are physically stronger and therefore, more blessed of god," to "females are inferior, mentally and thus of less value to the system" and every variant inbetween. i'd like to chalk that up to just human nature, but it's not. there's something else at play here. take for example the huge spike in breast cancer. did you know every one of the original charlie's angels, who were athletes and health nuts, all contracted breast cancer?



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 11:37 AM
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originally posted by: undo
sofi

remember the report on female infanticide that i linked you about a year ago? and the data on how this was used to quell the growth of populations of humans but presented as religious edicts against females, for thousands of years? notice how nearly every religion and government, has historically abused their female members/citizens. every excuse in the book has been made, from "women are evil temptresses" to "men are physically stronger and therefore, more blessed of god," to "females are inferior, mentally and thus of less value to the system" and every variant inbetween. i'd like to chalk that up to just human nature, but it's not. there's something else at play here. take for example the huge spike in breast cancer. did you know every one of the original charlie's angels, who were athletes and health nuts, all contracted breast cancer?


Only vaguely. Do you still have that link? ....As far as something else in play here - it's worth investigating but will never sell. lol



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 11:49 AM
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a reply to: soficrow

sure i'll get you the links. also, i had a very weird waking out of body experience in the middle of the day, while sitting at my kitchen table, a few years ago. first one ever. suffice it to say, i was shown some beings in space above our planet, and was told that they hate humans but especially female humans, because female humans create more humans and that they had been working in tandem with an all male organization on earth, to genocide female humans, specifically (but not exclusively, since they hate all humans, the ladies are just their primary targets).

this is also promoted in the form of race and class warfare, as the women and children are the least able to defend themselves and least likely to be able to escape. the promotion of concepts like survival of the fittest is used against women, the world over. african christian females have had their breasts cut off by marauding muslims -- reason? it puts them into early menopause and thus no more children. it's an epidemic that hasn't slowed down much, if at all, for thousands of years. it's amazing to me that we've managed to have the population size we do now, considering whole countries, like china and india, have historically, killed off entire generations of females, not just as the result of the one child policy and chinese and hindu religious tradition, but also as a result of the governments looking the other way while the people themselves, had millions of sex-selected abortions almost exclusively female.

Gendercide
www.gendercide.org...

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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 12:18 PM
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I had a professor that told us stories of innoculations using reused needles.

I'm too much of a germaphobe. The needles used near my family had better be opened in front of me.

This is a failure of the medical community there to uphold hygienic standards. And the population they ate treating don't seem to know that its dangerous.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 01:07 PM
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originally posted by: Iamthatbish
....This is a failure of the medical community there to uphold hygienic standards. And the population they ate treating don't seem to know that its dangerous.


Unfortunately, there is no "medical community" there to speak of - maybe 0.04 doctors per thousand people and only about 5 public hospitals in all of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea combined. ...But the people they are treating DO know it's dangerous - from experience - not because they're "superstitious."

fyi - I think the dispersal was accidental from Kenema Hospital not necessarily from contaminated equipment but maybe from miscalculations with their "testing."



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 01:37 PM
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originally posted by: undo
sofi

remember the report on female infanticide that i linked you about a year ago? and the data on how this was used to quell the growth of populations of humans but presented as religious edicts against females, for thousands of years? notice how nearly every religion and government, has historically abused their female members/citizens. every excuse in the book has been made, from "women are evil temptresses" to "men are physically stronger and therefore, more blessed of god," to "females are inferior, mentally and thus of less value to the system" and every variant inbetween. i'd like to chalk that up to just human nature, but it's not. there's something else at play here. take for example the huge spike in breast cancer. did you know every one of the original charlie's angels, who were athletes and health nuts, all contracted breast cancer?


May I have that link too please?
Eta: ty I see it above!
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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 02:06 PM
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a reply to: Iamthatbish

it's an uncomfortable topic for many, primarily because the case is presented as a matter of starvation or extreme economic hardship but here's the clincher: the religions in both cases, promoted that view, 1000s of years ago, and it's still ongoing. the governments knew this about their populations. and what's worse, in china, mao's communist revolution included mao insisting that the chinese people breed like crazy and then when the food started to run out, the people went back to genociding their female babies. . an estimated 50 million females are said to be missing from the chinese populatoin as a result of their one child policy response to mao's idea of "soldiers, we need more soldiers" (but apparently not more females)

to be quite honest, i think the elite want to go back to the time when the only men who could afford to have a wife, were the rich guys, and the women were subjected to awful abuses. i think the rise of islam is just one way in which they are planning this. for example, in india the only people who could afford wives or daughters were the maharajis. then the maharajis started invading and stealing each other's women. so the practice started of bonfiring all their females alive, as soon as they saw an enemy force approaching. no, i'm not kidding.
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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 02:17 PM
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a reply to: undo
This brings to mind supply and demand. I am not am expert on this but, in villages where there are no women just getting married becomes an issue.

The example of Ancient Greece was very interesting because they were famous for being "boy lovers". This brings me more questions than answers.

After I read the link I was feeling very upset I gave birth to two boys and couldn't help that cause!



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 02:27 PM
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a reply to: Iamthatbish

i just get this creepy feeling that their breeding a huge population of men, all over the world, and promoting religions that are anti female ( i mean, you can get stoned to death for someone raping you in many places overseas) at their core, because the elite future is one where men work as slaves and women are a high priced commodity that only the rich can afford and that's how they will curtail human population growth.
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posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 02:57 PM
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a reply to: undo

That seems so simple in the end as theories go.

You just pointed out another reason why there are places in the world I will not go.

What we need to do is make this spot in the world that we have control over be a place worth having.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 03:15 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
There could be another reason. There are differences in the chemistry balances of men and women which could make them more susceptable. We cannot discount this idea just because there is the other relationship without evidence to show it is not happening. This happens a lot in the world today, we ignore things that may be important because we think we know what is going on. S&F.


Good point from both you and soficrow.

For all we know, Ebola might have some kind of link with hormones... something women have plenty more of.

There are a ton of biological differences between the male and female bodies, which could make one more susceptible over the other. Who knows.

If nothing else, it at least gives some food for thought.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 03:16 PM
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p.s. this goes hand in hand with the replacement of women by computerized women, porn, and the increase in homosexuality, which they say happens when there's population explosions, but tell the ancient greeks that.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 03:19 PM
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originally posted by: Iamthatbish
a reply to: undo

That seems so simple in the end as theories go.

You just pointed out another reason why there are places in the world I will not go.

What we need to do is make this spot in the world that we have control over be a place worth having.



sadly, marxism is part of the problem. they don't believe in the family unit.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 07:07 PM
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a reply to: undo

Thanks for that link. ...There seems to be a disconnect between the idea of female gendercide and the cultural history of polygamy (as well as current rising interest in it). Am I missing something? ...Also, grim picture you paint - women replaced by sexbots, cleaner robots, etc. With the rich guys getting the 'real thing.' All too likely an agenda.



posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 08:20 PM
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a reply to: soficrow

only the rich guys have wives. even in polygamist societies - the bottom line is if you can't provide quality life for multiple wives and offspring, you can't have multiple wives. it just happens to be that european social programs are providing polygamist families with social services to help them maintain the quality of life levels necessary to meet western standards. in their originating countries, it's unknown whether they would've been allowed the additional wives, although many of them were from countries where their brand of islam wasn't accepted by the mainstream islam of the country, which means they may have been refused polygamist family lifestyles simply because they were a minority. they got it made in europe though. europeans are paying for all that and then told they're evil that must be wiped out. you can't make this stuff up.

all that has to happen is to pull the plug on the money and wallah, many poor people who can't afford to be married, with an elite class who get to pick the cream of the crop and toss out the rest.
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posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 10:19 AM
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a reply to: undo

Thanks. ...Just to back up a bit. It seems clear to me that the current Ebola epidemic is linked to the research in some way (certainly in Kenema and likely in Nigeria). But - my analysis linked this research to a female majority only because women frequent health clinics and hospitals far more often than men do, and stopped at suggesting some accident in testing protocols. In contrast, you seem to be saying that women were purposefully targeted and infected by a genetic 'tweak' of the virus itself. [Your view may be substantiated in part at least, given that this ZEBOV is a new subclade.]

????






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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:54 PM
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a reply to: undo

Switching modes:

It does make for a brilliant story, built around "the resistance" - a group of women fighting for gender survival - pitted against elite pigs on one hand and ignorant grunts on the other. With the requisite enlightened few males from both classes, supporting the resistance and acting as spy-saboteurs. Just have to be careful not to make the guys the heroes. And leave room for indoctrinated males' enlightenment, growth and development. ....Some of the females have to be exquisitely beautiful consort-geisha types - others are "retired" consorts, rescued from termination-death - some were saved as babies - others were raised off the grid.... Have to figure out where cloning, artificial births and cyborgs fit in, nevermind those all-important designer-baby Stepford-wife creations.





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