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New Ebola Outbreak...14 Confirmed Dead...Possible Red Alert

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posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 06:39 PM
Someone who has really good info has been nudging and then I find this. Before I post this, bear in mind this is just someone's post under this very good video by Linda West, on gun control and someone mentioning that the 9/11 calls should take their time to bully the citizens into accepting the gun control. But underneath, scarey post.

Now, we have a vicious little mosquito and dad keeps saying its not like any he's seen, its new. These are small, soundless, they don't buzz, and suddenly really sharp mosquito bite. Well, now I know, their GMO mosquitos and suprise surprise, WHY would we have GMO mosquitos here.

Bloomberg Uses Batman Massacre as Coersion to Control Guns-

Virus, bacteria already spreading through uk hours before 2012 olympic opening, legionnaires,,,, earlier this month they released it via vaporizer/mister in mardid,spain= all the empty money sets at olympics,viruses spreading through usa,cananda via gm mosquitoes,theres no big bang or flash of light,it was silently done,will everyone fights over malaria gm mosquitoes,anyways,the elite1% have fled underground with famlies,,just notice the real heavyweights ain't really seen like six months ago,??

His/her channel is all about the virus's.

I subscribed to keep on eye on things. So to speak.

Also back to the water, apparently, don't drink the bottled water, that was a big hint hint, nudge nudge given to me.

Whatever anyone thinks, I'm sharing it, because I don't want this to go down, what may be about to.

If its all just foolishness, rather be a little paraoid and take a chance, than keep it to myself and just wait.
I really don't care if people think is foolish to get fear based or believe something that could be put out as a fear message to keep people in a state of fear. Because human here, with kids, and don't like all their announcements to the public, just playing us out in the open, proud of their combination weaponized creations that wed deadly things to ancient virus/bacteria (that was one I recall not to long ago), so you wouldn't have any immunity to it. They put it in the open and MOCK us. This is something would rather jump the gun on , and not worry about looking foolish. Reputation doesnt interest me.

If something like this is about to be launched and different virus's, which is what the information I was given was, its not just the ebola, I was told it was many virus's about to be launched.

edit on 30-7-2012 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 07:09 PM
reply to post by Sundowner

If these cases are in the capital, then it isn't a situation of a wild disease spread through tribes of people ignorant to hygiene. I don't know a lot about Africa's development, but I am guessing that even if they don't have western world medical care, the citizens of the capital would be more "refined" and have a better standard of care. Let's hope they can contain it well.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 07:19 PM
reply to post by Komaratzi11

Yes, I see what you are saying, but I guess my point was that these cases came from outside the capital. Maybe that was your point as well? I'm exhausted from work so perhaps I am not reading things clearly.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 07:20 PM
reply to post by Komaratzi11

Um no, you haven't been to Uganda lately I take it? You can find shanty towns and filth all through most African capitals.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 07:59 PM

Text THE Black Death was not caused by rats passing bubonic plague bacteria but by an ebola-like virus transmitted from person to person, British scientists said yesterday. A study at Liverpool University suggests the disease that first appeared in Europe in 1347 and spread like wildfire for 300 years did not need insanitary conditions and could strike again at any time. Prof Christopher Duncan, who led the study with Dr Susan Scott, said: "Intuitively, the Black Death has all the hallmarks of a viral disease. The history books are wrong." Only one Black Death symptom, swollen glands in the armpit or groin, accords with bubonic plague. Other symptoms made bubonic plague a very unlikely cause.

I found this on a news website and found it interesting. I think I'm going to do some more research into these claims.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 08:18 PM
reply to post by Unity_99

Hi Unity....didn't watch the video yet, but are these the mosquitos with equine virus? we have them all over here in horse country, upstate NY...people getting sick...sounds nasty.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 12:45 AM

Originally posted by antonia
reply to post by Komaratzi11

Um no, you haven't been to Uganda lately I take it? You can find shanty towns and filth all through most African capitals.

I had no idea. Unfortunately, I have only been out of the US once and that was to Mexico. That in itself was a real eye opener for me. I thought East St. Louis was bad poverty until I traveled through Mexico.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 12:49 AM
reply to post by Sundowner

I wasn"t sure if the victims were from the capital or if they had been brought there either. I figured that the people in the capital were probably better off than the others, but I didn't understand how impoverished the capitals could be as well in Africa. I'm not much of a world traveler.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 03:09 AM
reply to post by zaggan

That is wicked cool. I would have been giddy as a school girl talking to one of those researchers. Especially one of the tube wafters. That is nice to know that he took the time to have a conversation with you. I am perplexed by viruses myself. I know officially the are not alive but my inner conspiracy nut and curious nature makes me question the true nature of them. I like your line about they belive they maybe intelligent..... Makes me go "Hmmmmmm"????

I could ramble about my thoughts and hypothesis but without any real first hand knowledge or experince I simply speculate.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 06:15 AM

Originally posted by Komaratzi11
reply to post by Sundowner

I wasn"t sure if the victims were from the capital or if they had been brought there either. I figured that the people in the capital were probably better off than the others, but I didn't understand how impoverished the capitals could be as well in Africa. I'm not much of a world traveler.

Body of an email I received:

Ebola in Uganda
The Ministry of Health (MoH) of Uganda has notified WHO of an outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Kibaale district in the western part of the country.

A total of 20 cases, including 14 deaths have been reported since the beginning of July 2012. The index case was identified in a family from Nyanswiga village, Nyamarunda sub-county of Kibaale district, where 9 of the deaths were recorded. The deceased include a clinical officer who attended to a patient, and her 4-month-old child. 9 of the 14 deaths have occurred in a single household. Laboratory confirmation was done by the Uganda Virus Research Institute in Entebbe.

Currently, 2 patients are hospitalized and are in stable condition. The 1st is a 38-year-old female who attended to her sister, the clinical officer who died. She was admitted to the hospital on 26 Jul 2012. The 2nd is a 30-year-old female who participated in conducting the burial of the index case. She was admitted to the hospital on 23 Jul 2012. Both cases were admitted to hospital with fever, vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Neither of the cases has so far shown bleeding, a symptom that often appears in viral haemorrhagic fever patients.

The MoH is working with stakeholders and partners to control the outbreak. Response plans at the national and district levels are being finalised. A national task force coordinated by the MoH has been re-activated at the MoH headquarters and holds daily meetings. In Kibaale a district task force has been formed to better coordinate field response. The neighbouring districts have been put on high alert about the outbreak and to step up surveillance.

A team of experts from MoH, WHO and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is in Kibaale to support the response operations. All possible contacts that were exposed to the suspected and confirmed cases since 6 Jul 2012 are being identified for active follow up. The necessary supplies and/or supportive management of patients are being mobilized.

Kibaale hospital has established a temporary isolation ward for suspected, probable and confirmed cases. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), Holland, has mobilized necessary requirements for setting up isolation centre at the hospital. The MoH and Mulago Hospital have mobilized some staff to manage the isolation centre but more are urgently needed.

The MoH has advised the public to take measures to avert the spread of the disease and to report any suspected patient to the nearest health unit.

WHO does not recommend that any travel or trade restrictions are applied to Uganda.

Communicated by:
ProMED-mail Rapporteur Marianne Hopp

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 06:22 AM

Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
*Warning: Those sensitive to raw "doom porn" data displays, skip this.

Worldwide Disease Outbreak Reports and Status

I try not to post this much because some people seeing real displays of just how much real ugly illness is happening every single day. For instance, Scotland appears to be having a little Anthrax issue. Certainly, not alone there though. Bird flu in two variations are alive and well and pushing hard in multiple nations and Cuba's death toll on a Cholera outbreak is approaching 200.

The Ebola outbreak isn't confirmed here yet, but it does the strange illness and the map for outbreak location in Uganda, as well as Foot and Mouth outbreak information for a different area of Uganda.

Ever feel like you were in the Men in Black scene about how there is always a death ray or some threat to life on Earth? Well...That display isn't for the meak...but it does wonders for perspective. Hope it helps! (Ebola is 4th from the bottom on the main listing)

The CDC has a similar chart but this one is way better. Good find. What's interesting is that north Texas has at least 14 cases of people with West Nile Virus and I don't see it on there. The CDC website doesn't even mention the man in Oregon diagnosed with the plague.

Oh no, I just heard on my local news a few minutes ago that 5 people have died from the West Nile virus!
edit on 31-7-2012 by texasgirl because: New information just surfaced

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 06:27 AM

Originally posted by

The Ebola virus is spread through close personal contact with a person who is infected with Ebola. Often, infection (in previous outbreaks) have occurred among hospital care workers or family members who were caring for an ill or dead person infected with Ebola virus. Blood and body fluids contain large amounts of virus, thus transmission of the virus has also occurred as a result of hypodermic needles being reused in the treatment of patients.

Ebola Transmission

20k packed into a stadium.. Bleeding injured athletes.... the possibilities.....

I suppose but Ebola is usually spread when the victim is coughing up blood and the droplets come in contact with the person who is caring for him. That is probably why it hasn't spread as fast some other diseases like smallpox or SARS, where these diseases were airborne and infected anyone in that room. Don't get me wrong; the disease itself is terrifying and I wouldn't wish it on anyone. But it's containable.

I am much more worried about SARS returning. Reading a book on it scared the heck out of me!

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 12:48 PM
More updates and a video.

Putting this in perspective, I don't think this will get much farther than Uganda, but watching it for the interest, as it could happen like this anywhere really.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 01:09 PM
You would think that in situations like this there would be a very strict quarantine; that is no one leaves and no one enters. The same when the Flu gets started somewhere - usually Asia. (I wonder why historically it has been Asia.)
Oh, but that would violate their precious "civil rights", like they ruled on Aids.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 08:57 PM

The president of Uganda is calling on people in the East African country to avoid physical contact, including handshaking and kissing, to prevent the spread of the deadly and highly contagious Ebola virus that is believed to have killed 14 people in the last few weeks. The disease has no known cure or vaccine and some strains can kill up to 90 percent of victims within days. Ugandans are so fearful of the disease that residents in Kibaale province where the outbreak was reported said that people immediately fled the hospital after hearing patients with Ebola were there.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 01:05 PM
latest ebola update

Panic grips Kanungu

Further information on the recent outbreak.

posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 01:37 PM
reply to post by Dizrael

There is nothing legitimate about outbreak. Good heavens, its a movie.

posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 09:08 PM
Alright, some good news, folks!

A patient, who was admitted to Siaya District Hospital with symptoms similar to those of Ebola, has tested negative.


And then there is this!

Communicated by: ProMEd-mail Rapporteur Mary Marshall [But see WHO Uganda update later today; both cases tested negative. -- Mod.JW]


So what it seems to me is that the two cases in Kenya tested negative. Man, those poor people.

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