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originally posted by: RoyalBlue
Now we've hit an all-time high in fear. Some of the New York Giants players are AFRAID to play the Dallas Cowboys in Dallas. I know it's not funny, but that just took the cake. (Just mentioned by a talking head on CNN).
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus
I don't think that is correct.
1) She was told to self monitor, with quite a few others.
2) She took it upon herself to travel even with the request to self monitor.
3) She became I'll in Ohio.
4) She called the CDC and since her fever wasn't 100.4 or higher they told her she could travel home.
That is my understanding of what transpired from all the news interviews I have seen.
Dr Leonard Horowitz, an international authority on public health education, has conducted a major study into the origin of AIDS and Ebola, questioning claims they are emerging viruses that jumped from ape to man. In his book Emerging Viruses, he investigates the possibility the germs were laboratory creations, accidentally or intentionally transmitted via tainted hepatitis and smallpox vaccines
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Amazingly, the CDC owns “the” patent on Ebola and all future strains. The “SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION” section of the patent document also clearly claims that the U.S. government is claiming “ownership” over all Ebola viruses that share as little as 70% similarity with the Ebola it “invented”:
Why would a government organization claim to have “invented” this infectious disease and then claim a monopoly over its exploitation for commercial use? It is clear that the CDC plans to claim royalties on Ebola vaccines. This certainly increases the likelihood that the vaccines will become mandatory, thus increasing the profit potential for the patent holders.
Sanders said that the government patents viruses and other disease-causing microbes to make sure the pathogens remain available for research purposes in the public domain. If a private company held the patents, it could potentially hold onto pathogens or charge licensing fees that would stifle research to find treatments.
originally posted by: BOOKOFTHOTH
I've posted this a million times before. No-one seems to listen.
GOJI BERRIES WILL TREAT EBOLA!!
Americans are scared little bitches. Seriously! You believe the media. You are idiots!