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posted on Dec, 26 2018 @ 10:54 PM
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a reply to: TheLorax
Ah now that is a conspiracy. And probably some truth to it, but ya could be more then a little truth to it. I remember some years ago during the Ebola scare, there were whole villages barricading or kicking out the help, some forcefully, or as forcefully as they could seeing they had no guns and the people wanting to help them did.

But anyways, I dont see why Bill Gates would want to reduce world population. If he did that, he, his company, his shareholders and stock holders, investors everybody would literally like killing off customers or potential customers. Making themselves a whole lot poorer. But then again he has so much money dont think the promise of more would do much as seeing one lifetime alone would not be enough to spend it all.

But there must be a reason why all these new "cures" are first tested in dingy poor African countries.

I think its way past time for African nations to say. Oh you want to help. Sure go help dig up that well or irrigate those canals. Oh you want to stick needles in us and try these new drugs. No thanks, don't need that kind of help. If one were to look at the statistics it seems that these outbreaks did not happen nowhere near with the frequency back when they even colonial times or even farther, before the invention of the frying pan.

So they have either devolved and things are getting worse, conditions of living and everything in these more modern times. or something more is a happening. Really people only started tracking on record disease epidemic in Africa in the 1990s I think, maybe the 80s or 70s. So how knows, not people speculating on the internet that's for sure. Boots on the ground right, I dont think its just superstitions that got all those villages and people to try to reject help, and by help I mean more people sticking more needles in them.

But we shall see the truth of this all. In oh, I would say about 100 or two hundred years the truth may come out. It is the way history works. Only after the facts are done, and always to late. In hindsight. Because in the moment there is to much chatter, and way to much bull# on both and all parts.




posted on Jan, 12 2019 @ 02:33 PM
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Per the latest updates there are now 630 cases and the fatality rate is holding at 61%. What is particularly alarming is that for the first time since the outbreak began the greatest increase in new cases are centered in the city area of Butembo/Katwa, home to more than a million people and a major trade and travel hub for the area. After 7 1/2 months of aggressive containment efforts the disease is still advancing in highly populated areas as well as more distant villages.

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