posted on Oct, 13 2014 @ 07:39 AM
a reply to: Xeven
It is obvious we have no means to stop an airborne highly contagious disease
There hasn't been a large scale airborne disease since the flu of 1918 I believe. So..you're wrong, because there's no way of knowing that. Also,
I don't think anything could be done to stop such an event if it did happen.
we cannot even stop what is supposed to be an easy to avoid virus like Ebola
This is categorically false, since Ebola is by no means, "easy to avoid", considering it has a 20 day incubation period.
Ebola has proven our CDC and governments are completely unprepared to protect humanity from extinction.
Actually North America is the most suited for dealing with a large scale infectious disease. There are multiple specialty centers and plans in place
to combat specific kinds of biological threats.
The only way any of this is actually accurate, is if the the spread of the 'virus' is purposeful.