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Then the official WHO Ebola Fact Sheet dated September, 2014, states, “It can be difficult to distinguish EVD from other infectious diseases such as malaria, typhoid fever and meningitis.” Excuse me, Dr Margaret Chan, can you say that slowly? It can be difficult to distinguish EVD from other infectious diseases such as malaria, typhoid fever and meningitis? And you admit that 69% of the declared cases have never been adequately tested? And you state that the Ebola symptoms include “sudden onset of fever fatigue, muscle pain, headache and sore throat. This is followed by vomiting, diarrhoea, rash, symptoms of impaired kidney and liver function, and in some cases, both internal and external bleeding”?
In short it is all the most vague and unsubstantiated basis that lies behind President Obama’s new War on Ebola.
One striking aspect of this new concern of the US President for the situation in Liberia and other west African states where alleged surges of Ebola are being claimed is the presence of oil, huge volumes of untapped oil.
The offshore coast of Liberia and east African ‘Ebola zones’ conveniently map with the presence of vast untapped oil and gas resources shown here
The issue of oil in west Africa, notably in the waters of the Gulf of Guinea have become increasingly strategic both to China who is roaming the world in search of future secure oil import sources, and the United States, whose oil geo-politics was summed up in a quip by then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in the 1970’s: ‘If you control the oil, you control entire nations.’
Washington sends 3,000 combat troops. Something smells very rotten around the entire Ebola scare.
originally posted by: smithjustinb
Are you talking about bird flew or swine flew?
And no. Just no. My tinfoil hat stopped fitting when my head started getting filled up with real knowledge. I see yours still fits fine.
'Excessive purchase flu vaccines cost 144 million State'
The swine flu has the State unnecessarily cost 144 million euros, because twenty million flu vaccines are discarded when a large outbreak was forthcoming. According to research by RTL Nieuws.
The swine flu, the H1N1 virus, made in 2009 for quite some panic. Eventually, the disease appeared to be much milder than initially thought to fall out.
Of ordered by the Dutch government vaccines were only a total of ten million uses. About 250 thousand were sold to foreign countries and three million were returned to the pharmacists.
Second order vaccines Klink discouraged Dutch Vaccine Institute advised to see the second order of 17 million vaccines, because there was no proof that a second jab is really needed. Off the then Health Minister Ab Klink (CDA) Science writer Wim Köhler in a comment:
The government has delayed the sale of the vaccines on the foreign market until it became clear that the virus did not cause serious illness.
RTL News got the contracts in hands after an appeal to the Freedom of Information Act and the intervention of a judge.
How many people have been with the H1N1 virus eventually infected is still unclear.