posted on Oct, 11 2014 @ 11:42 PM
I've watched the movie Contagion a few times and just saw it again earlier today. The events that take place in the film bare an uncanny resemblance
to what's taking place right now world-wide concerning Ebola.
This movie starts out right about this time, October-November. They talk about how the virus outbreak couldn't have occurred at a worse time because
Thanksgiving is coming up (Which is a real concern with Ebola right now). In the movie a woman becomes infected with a virus that attacks the nervous
system and causes death from fever; the mortality rate is extremely high(much like Ebola). It spreads slowly at first and then explodes, wiping out a
large chunk of the earth's population. The CDC/WHO work to make a vaccine, because there isn't an established and proven vaccine yet (like Ebola).
There is rioting, food rationing, etc. Society breaks down, marshal law is proclaimed. CDC/WHO eventually makes a vaccine and saves the day, while the
conspiracy theorist who was speaking out against the CDC and making his own "cure" is actually found to be a con-artist who was ripping people off.
It's basically the exact kind of movie the Government and all the pharmaceutical companies want you to see and believe. This movie really resembles
the current situation with Ebola. The events in the movie occur around the same time, involve a similar virus, and it makes me wonder if the movie was
programming us for this event.
Will Ebola be the disease that curbs our population, or will it lead to something worse? Or is it all over-analyzed fear mongering that's simply a
distraction from all the other terrible things currently happening (like events in the middle-east etc.)
Your guess is as good as mine, and your input is welcomed. As for my input, all I can do is suggest the usual prepper advice if this ebola situation
grows out of control: stock up on food and water, medicine, supplies etc. Keep contact with others to a minimum and stay clean and healthy. Hope for
the best, prepare for the worst.