a reply to: AutumnWitch657
I see you don't believe anything that isn't in the MSN because it sounds to unbelievable. If you read through history and what humans have been up
to, there is acknowledged stuff that would bend your bones and have you rolling in stitches because it seems so incredible. Yet it has happened,
people did it. Never underestimate humans.
I am very frustrated about the Ebola silence at the moment. I will not yet post the link on here again because this thread is just going to disappear
like all the others and my contribution will not be seen but there is a lot more going on in the world [not just the USA] that we are not told.
Of course we should know about possible Ebola cases, not just when they have been confirmed. Because we are not Babies that need mollycoddling but
last time I looked we are adults, with families who may live near 'possible' Ebola cases that...and now sit tightly...might actually be
Meaning that if we had known from the word go, we could have taken precaution. Goody when it turns out 'just' to be malaria but one of these days it
will be Ebola.
I'd also love to look out for these results but if we are never told in the first place we will only know when it's too late.
BTW I was talking about the 17 illegal immigrants that landed in the Canary Islands, of which 3 showed Ebola-like symptoms, they were sitting on a
nudist beach and were eventually carried away by a truck. I bet you in the States didn't even hear about it. What is happening, what are the results?
Nada, complete silence.
We do not get any news any longer and that is highly suspicious, more suspicious than fear mongering. If we have to rely on a guy that not everyone
likes, so be it. Life isn't perfect and I have enough brain power to sort the crazy stuff from what I have suspected already to be confirmed by
Without Alex Jones the silence would be even more deafening and whilst he may be a dick in some ways, you have to give it to him that he is one of the
only ones that actually throws it out there.
I rather have too much info than too little.