posted on Oct, 21 2014 @ 10:26 PM
After finding out that Venezuela had 10 recent deaths with no confirmed cause there has been a lot of speculation... Then a black out of information.
Indeed the symptoms of these patients reflect that of the ebola trend. Hemorrhaging with lung and liver failure. Skin rashes in the form of blisters.
These symptoms in light of the on going ebola outbreak in Africa gave doctors the signal to sound the alarm.
The doctors claimed this is either ebola or a mutated form of the chikungunya fever. President Nicolás Maduro quickly denied these claims and
claimed that these doctors were trying to cause hysteria. He threatened imprisonment and called the doctor who claimed it was ebola a "terrorist". The
"terrorist" doctor fled Venezuela.
Obviously with this type of censorship the media and health care workers have gone silent. The tragedy of this event would lead to no autopsies
performed on the 10 victims.
On October 14th 2014 Venezuela initiated their first Ebola training. This elaborate "training" required the use of helicopters and full hazmat teams.
Not to mention "actors" that played the roles of patients. These "patients" were taken to remote areas unknown and were not taken to hospitals leading
to further speculation.
I began this research unknowingly discovering many conflicting numbers that may shine some more light on the surrounding countries and their ebola
status'. It has become apparent that the chikungunya fever has become the scapegoat of South America when diagnosing unknown ailments. The reported
deaths and cases in each country are strangely conflicting by large margins.
In this source:
You can see that Guadeloupe and Martinique have approximately 66,000 and 80,000 cases with 59 and 69 deaths respectively. As you will also notice the
Dominican Republic has 280,000 cases with only 6 deaths. One could argue that their health care systems may substantially govern the patient outcome
but in reality the chikungunya fever's fatality rate is accurately reflected with the Dominican republics results as seen in impoverished health care
systems in Africa.
It is important to note also that Venezuela does not have chikungunya fever fatalities even though it was reported later that those 10 deaths were due
to chikungunya complications.
What is increasingly concerning is the complete black out of information coming from these countries. As you can see there is an obvious unidentified
disease (probably ebola) that these countries refuse to acknowledge or let the world know.
edit on 21-10-2014 by FerronMelwick because: (no reason
edit on 21-10-2014 by FerronMelwick because: (no reason given)