One strand of Ebola can vary between 800 - 1000 billionths of a meter in
length with a uniform diameter of 80 billionths of a meter. One strand is all
you need to infect you. Starts reproducing and becomes billions of viruses.

Like the head of the Joint Chief of Staff I believe the likelihood of
mutation depends on the spread of the virus. If it become plentiful the
chances are greater for the genetic code of the virus to change simply by
virtue of numbers. The number of Ebola cases in three West African
nations may jump to between 5,000 and 10,000 a week by Dec. 1 as the
deadly viral infection spreads, the World Health Organization said. The
outbreak is still expanding geographically in Guinea, Sierra Leone and
Liberia and accelerating in capital cities, Bruce Aylward, the WHO‟s
assistant director-general in charge of the Ebola response, said in a
briefing with reporters in Geneva. There have been about 1,000 new cases
a week for the past three to four weeks, he said.
If a mutation occurs in one chance in a thousand you are going to
need a thousand viri. This is the nature of the mutation: The Ebola virus is
identical to Marburg virus in form and structure; however, it is antigenically
distinct from Marburg. Viruses are constantly changing. They can change in
two different ways. One way they change is called “antigenic drift.” These
are small changes in the genes of viruses that happen continually over time
as the virus replicates. These small genetic changes usually produce
viruses that are pretty closely related to one another, which can be
illustrated by their location close together on a phylogenetic tree. Viruses
that are closely related to each other usually share the same antigenic
properties and an immune system exposed to a similar virus will usually
recognize it and respond. (This is sometimes called cross-protection.)
But these small genetic changes can accumulate over time and result in
viruses that are antigenically different (further away on the phylogenetic
tree). When this happens, the body‟s immune system may not recognize
those viruses. This process works as follows: a person infected with a
particular virus develops antibody against that virus. As antigenic changes
accumulate, the antibodies created against the older viruses no longer
recognize the “newer” virus, and the person can get sick again. Genetic
changes that result in a virus with different antigenic properties is the main
reason why people can get the flu more than one time. This is also why the
flu vaccine composition must be reviewed each year, and updated as
needed to keep up with evolving viruses. Was this change a single-
nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), a common genetic variant; A mutation,
where it is a rare genetic variant; or a copy-number variation?
So when Green Monkey Fever mutated, its variant became known as

Two large outbreaks that occurred simultaneously in Marburg and
Frankfurt in Germany, and in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, in 1967, led to the
initial recognition of the disease. The outbreak was associated with
laboratory work using African green monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops)
imported from Uganda. In Marburg and Frankfurt, Germany, and in
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 31 patients got infected, of whom 7 died. Six of all
patients were secondary cases. Marburg disease is an infection caused by
a virus of the order Mononegavirales and the family Filoviridae and of the
genus Marburg. The virus is "pantropic" and affects most organ systems.
The disease is characterized by a prominent rash and hemorrhages in
many organs and is often fatal. Some person-to-person spread has been

New Case Suspected of Monkey Disease. November 13, 1976. Genetic
variant may refer to:
Ebola came from the inhabitants of Africa who ate raw monkey meat
known as bush meat. The practice is so widespread the Africans opened
McBushmeats. I can see a monkey sitting in a tree peeling a banana when
a so-called human grabs him and starting chew away on the monkey‟s leg.
Liberia was established by citizens of the United States as a dumping
ground for former African American slaves and their free black
descendants. Sierra Leone was a dumping ground for former British slaves.
The people of these countries are hunter, gatherers, not farmers and
herders. This is humanities past not its present.
Judging from the Ebola outbreak there it looks like the freed slaves
didn‟t do such a good job of building a civilization without the help of the
White Devil as Blacks received in the United States. Squalid conditions and
monkey and fruit bat eating spawned Ebola.

You can get the virus by eating wild animals infected with
Ebola or coming into contact with their bodily fluids. The
fruit bat is believed to be the animal reservoir for Ebola,
and when it's prepared for a meal or eaten raw, people get
sick. Do not touch bats and nonhuman primates or their
blood and fluids and do not touch or eat raw meat
prepared from these animals.
The Washington Post reported: “To the foreign eye, it looks like a
flattened, blackened lump of unidentifiable animal parts. To many Africans,
however, bush meat — the cooked, dried or smoked remains of a host of
wild animals, from rats and bats to monkeys — is not only the food of their
forefathers, it is life-sustaining protein where nutrition is scarce.” They are
making excuses for these destroyers of indigenous species.
The Washington Post: “And as it has been during past Ebola
outbreaks, bush meat is once again suspected to have been the bridge that
caused the deadly disease to go from the animal world to the human one.
All it takes is a single transmission event from animal to human — handling
an uncooked bat with the virus, for example — to create an epidemic.
Human-to-human contact then becomes the primary source of infection.”


We are faced with a potential catastrophe as more and more Ebola
carriers like Duncan, spread their disease in America. And what is the
answer? Screening? You tell me people are going to pay money for a plane
ticket and then cop out on themselves when they are questioned about
exposure. They are going to lie. They don‟t want to be quarantined or
deported. Look how it worked in the case of Ebola Boy Duncan:

The lowlife scum Thomas Eric Duncan knew he had been exposed to
Ebola. Read early news stories about Duncan. 60 MINUTES reported:
Eric Duncan was 42 years old, from Liberia, which is ground zero for this
outbreak. Half of all the cases in the world are in Liberia. He flew to Dallas
to visit family, became sick a few days later, and then made his first visit to
the Dallas hospital.
It was the night of September 25 when Duncan first came into this
emergency room. According to the hospital records, he had a temperature
of 100.1. Over the course of the four hours or so that he was here, his
temperature spiked to 103, but then it dropped back down. Again,
according to the hospital records, he told the staff that he had come from
Africa, but did not specify West Africa or Liberia. About three o'clock in the
morning, with his symptoms not very severe, the staff decided to send him
home with antibiotics.
Sidia Rose: I explained to him, "We are under the impression that you may
have been exposed to Ebola. And I said, "Where are you from?" And he
told me Liberia.
Sidia Rose: And I asked, "Have you been in contact with anyone who's
been sick?
Scott Pelley: He said?
Sidia Rose: No. He said no.
State and federal health officials wanted to know if Duncan had been with
anyone who had died in Liberia.
Sidia Rose: And that's when he said to me his family had suffered a loss.
That he had buried his daughter who had died in childbirth.
But Nurse Rose says Duncan told her it wasn't Ebola that killed his
daughter. Rose told us that she reported this to the Texas Department of
Health, but then Duncan denied his own story when he spoke to those
Scott Pelley: What information was it that he denied to the health officials?
Sidia Rose: About his travels, about him burying his pregnant daughter who
had died in childbirth. He denied that. He said that's not true.
Scott Pelley: So he wasn't honest with them.
Sidia Rose: Yeah.
We see at pattern of lies that make me rejoice at Duncan‟s death. He lied
when he left Ebolaville, he lied when he first came to the hospital by just
saying “Africa” he lied when he returned to the hospital and was questioned
by the nurse and finally the douche bag called the nurse a liar and he lied
about her. What was the real connection between this excuse for a human
being and Ebola?
The NYT reported: In Liberia, Mr. Duncan worked at a shipping company in
Monrovia, but quit his job in early September. Neighbors said he had gotten
a visa to visit family in the United States. For the past two years, Mr.
Duncan rented a room from a family friend in a neighborhood called 72nd
SKD Boulevard. On Sept. 15, 2014 he helped his landlord's daughter,
Marthalene Williams, who was stricken by Ebola, get to the hospital, but
they were turned away for lack of space. Mr. Duncan then helped carry the
woman back to the family home, where she died hours later.
The Liberian government : "He took her on a wheelbarrow and sought help
from a friend and called his office for assistance to take her to a health
facility," Information Minister Lewis Brown told the news conference. "But
we know that she passed away in the wheelbarrow while en route to the
health center." The Liberation Government suppressed the part about her
being turned away from the health facility for self serving reasons. And we
are supposed to take the word of these people that they have not been
exposed when they enter the USA.
You think he is so stupid he didn't know that he might have contracted the
disease? He deliberately lied on the form when he left Liberia. When he
came down with the fever it must have crossed his mind that he had the
disease. He should have told the nurse A. The African country he came
from was Liberia B. He had come into contact with someone who had the
disease. Eric lived like an animal in a room in a tin roofed shack with no
indoor plumbing. It is shown below.

But dig this. National Public Radio, to appease political correctness and not
blame a Black for being evil, ran this: John W. Poole/NPR
In East Monrovia, where Duncan rented a
room, he was known as "Eric." And he was
well-liked by his neighbors. Irene Seyou who
poses on the front porch of her former next-
door neighbor, Thomas Eric Duncan.
"Eric is a nice man," says 31-year-old Irene
Seyou, who lived next door. "He ain't got a problem with nobody." She saw
him carry the landlord's pregnant daughter into her house just days before
he left for the United States. The girl was bleeding profusely from her
mouth and could no longer walk, says Seyou. "Eric helped the family," she
says. "He carried her inside." Duncan rented a room in this home, owned
by the family of Marthalene Williams, the pregnant woman who died of
Ebola. The pregnant woman died of Ebola the next day. Three other
members of her family died from the disease soon after. Yesterday the
girl's father was lying on the porch of the house, barely able to lift himself
from a mat, his eyes bloodshot in what Ebola doctors refer to as "black and
red." Sweat glistened across his cheeks. Duncan did not know he'd been
exposed to Ebola by the pregnant woman, says his brother-in-law, John
Lewis. "The family said that the girl did not die from Ebola; they continued
to say it until they went and buried this girl," says Lewis. The family is
pictured below:

Duncan was totally oblivious to the Ebola outbreak and thought Marthalene
Williams might have gotten punched in the mouth and that was why she
was bleeding from the mouth.

Sonny Boy Williams 21, the sister of Marthalene Williams, 19, who gave the
virus to Duncan These ads are all over Liberia.

The Wall Street Journal: The day that tests confirmed an Ebola diagnosis,
Ms. Troh had an emotional conversation with Mr. Duncan, who was still
able to speak by phone. “He told her that if he had known he had Ebola, he
would have rather died in Liberia than come to the United States and
expose Louise and the family,” said Ms. Duo, her niece.
What is he supposed to say. “Yeah I knew I could have contracted it and I
came to the USA anyway because I lack a degree of humanity and don‟t
give a shit about anyone but myself? I lied on the questionnaire and put all
your lives in danger. I am scum. I deserve Ebola!”
The latest Ebola case is being blamed on breech of protocols however the
victim, a health care worker who came into contact with Duncan has no
idea how it happened.
Dr. Daniel Varga of Texas Health Resources said the worker was in full
protective gear when providing care to Duncan during his second visit to
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Varga did not identify the worker and
said the family of the worker has “requested total privacy." Then there is the
case of the Spanish health worker contracting it where they had to kill her
pooch. The problem with the Protocols for Ebola is that they presuppose it
is not airborne, wherein there is a conflict in the Ebola scientific community
about if the virus is airborne or not. The monkey pig experiment wherein
the virus was spread through the air is said to have been flawed as it did
not take into account the monkey‟s flinging shit at each other or the ability
of the Ebola virus to live on glass cage surfaces. If it was airborne there
would be a lot more people dead. However the foremost authority on
Ebola, Thomas Geisbert, who was an intern during the Reston incident,
GEISBERT: I mean, I think it's concerning. I think it's something that
you have to take seriously and look at. I don't want to, you know, instill
panic or fear. The virus is not transmitted like influenza. It's not airborne, at
least we don't have any evidence to this point that suggests that. It's mainly
transmitted by close contact - so contact with body fluids, things like that.
So I don't want to say that the risk is zero because there's always a risk,
and certainly, the people on that plane would need to be monitored and
followed. But I think, you know, historically, this has not really been a large
Dr. Philip K. Russell, a virologist who oversaw Ebola research while
heading the U.S. Army's Medical Research and Development Command,
and who later led the government's massive stockpiling of smallpox
vaccine after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, also said much was still to be
learned. "Being dogmatic is, I think, ill-advised, because there are too many
unknowns here."
Dr. C. J. Peters, who battled a 1989 outbreak of the virus among
research monkeys housed in Virginia and who later led the CDC's most far-
reaching study of Ebola's transmissibility in humans, said he would not rule
out the possibility that it spreads through the air in tight quarters. "We just
don't have the data to exclude it," said Peters, who continues to research
viral diseases at the University of Texas in Galveston. Which is true since
no one wants to mess with it.
In a small number of cases of the Zaire and Sudan strains, patients did
not have contact with the blood or body fluids of other viremic patients. In
these few cases, it is possible that the patients contracted the virus via
aerosol transmission. Although the Zaire and Sudan strains are not usually
passed from human to human by aerosol, the Reston strain is transmitted via
small-particle aerosol between monkeys and from monkeys to humans. In
addition, Ebola Zaire and Marburg virus have been isolated from the alveoli of
infected monkeys.
So because IT IS NOT AIRBORNE is a politically correct mantra, no
respirators are used. Here are old Protocols of the Elders of Ebola. All
persons entering the patient room should wear at least:
o Gown (fluid resistant or impermeable)
o Eye protection (goggles or face shield)
o Facemask
 Additional PPE might be required in certain situations (e.g., copious
amounts of blood, other body fluids, vomit, or feces present in the
environment), including but not limited to:
o Double gloving
o Disposable shoe covers
o Leg coverings
 Recommended PPE should be worn by HCP upon entry into patient
rooms or care areas. Upon exit from the patient room or care area,
PPE should be carefully removed without contaminating one’s eyes,
mucous membranes, or clothing with potentially infectious materials,
and either
o Discarded, or
o For re-useable PPE, cleaned and disinfected according to the
manufacturer's reprocessing instructions and hospital policies.
 Instructions for donning and removing PPE have been published
 Hand hygiene should be performed immediately after removal of PPE
II.E.3. Face protection: masks, goggles, face shields
II.E.3.a. Masks
Masks are used for three primary purposes in healthcare settings: 1)
placed on healthcare personnel to protect them from contact with infectious
material from patients e.g., respiratory secretions and sprays of blood or
body fluids, consistent with Standard Precautions and Droplet Precautions;
2) placed on healthcare personnel when engaged in procedures requiring
sterile technique to protect patients from exposure to infectious agents
carried in a healthcare worker's mouth or nose, and 3) placed on coughing
patients to limit potential dissemination of infectious respiratory secretions
from the patient to others (i.e., Respiratory Hygiene/Cough Etiquette).
Masks may be used in combination with goggles to protect the mouth, nose
and eyes, or a face shield may be used instead of a mask and goggles, to
provide more complete protection for the face, as discussed below. Masks
should not be confused with particulate respirators that are used to prevent
inhalation of small particles that may contain infectious agents transmitted
via the airborne route as described below. Masks should not be
confused with particulate respirators that are used to prevent
inhalation of small particles that may contain infectious agents
transmitted via the airborne route as described below.
Two mask types are available for use in healthcare settings: surgical masks
that are cleared by the FDA and required to have fluid-resistant properties,
and procedure or isolation masks 758 #2688. No studies have been
published that compare mask types to determine whether one mask type
provides better protection than another. Since procedure/isolation masks
are not regulated by the FDA, there may be more variability in quality and
performance than with surgical masks. Masks come in various shapes
(e.g., molded and non-molded), sizes, filtration efficiency, and method of
attachment (e.g., ties, elastic, ear loops). Healthcare facilities may find that
different types of masks are needed to meet individual healthcare
personnel needs.
II.E.3.b. Goggles, face shields
Guidance on eye protection for infection control has been published 759.
The eye protection chosen for specific work situations (e.g., goggles or face
shield) depends upon the circumstances of exposure, other PPE used, and
personal vision needs. Personal eyeglasses and contact lenses are NOT
considered adequate eye protection
II.E.4. Respiratory protection
The subject of respiratory protection as it applies to preventing
transmission of airborne infectious agents, including the need for and
frequency of fit-testing is under scientific review and was the subject of a
CDC workshop in 2004 763.
Respiratory protection currently requires the use of a respirator with N95 or
higher filtration to prevent inhalation of infectious particles. Information
about respirators and respiratory protection programs is summarized in the
Guideline for Preventing Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in
Health-care Settings, 2005 (CDC.MMWR 2005; 54: RR-17 12).
Respiratory protection is broadly regulated by OSHA under the general
industry standard for respiratory protection (29CFR1910.134)764 which
requires that U.S. employers in all employment settings implement a
program to protect employees from inhalation of toxic materials. OSHA
program components include medical clearance to wear a respirator;
provision and use of appropriate respirators, including fit-tested NIOSH-
certified N95 and higher particulate filtering respirators; education on
respirator use and periodic re-evaluation of the respiratory protection
program. When selecting particulate respirators, models with inherently
good fit characteristics (i.e., those expected to provide protection factors of
10 or more to 95% of wearers) are preferred and could theoretically relieve
the need for fit testing 765, 766. Issues pertaining to respiratory protection
remain the subject of ongoing debate. Information on various types of
respirators may be found at
and in published studies 765, 767, 768. A user-seal check (formerly called
a "fit check") should be performed by the wearer of a respirator each time a
respirator is donned to minimize air leakage around the facepiece 769. The
optimal frequency of fit-testing has not been determined; re-testing may be
indicated if there is a change in facial features of the wearer, onset of a
medical condition that would affect respiratory function in the wearer, or a
change in the model or size of the initially assigned respirator 12.
Respiratory protection was first recommended for protection of preventing
U.S. healthcare personnel from exposure to M. tuberculosis in 1989. That
recommendation has been maintained in two successive revisions of the
Guidelines for Prevention of Transmission of Tuberculosis in Hospitals and
other Healthcare Settings 12, 126. The incremental benefit from respirator
use, in addition to administrative and engineering controls (i.e., AIIRs, early
recognition of patients likely to have tuberculosis and prompt placement in
an AIIR, and maintenance of a patient with suspected tuberculosis in an
AIIR until no longer infectious), for preventing transmission of airborne
infectious agents (e.g., M. tuberculosis) is undetermined. Although some
studies have demonstrated effective prevention of M. tuberculosis
transmission in hospitals where surgical masks, instead of respirators, were
used in conjunction with other administrative and engineering controls 637,
770, 771, CDC currently recommends N95 or higher level respirators for
personnel exposed to patients with suspected or confirmed tuberculosis.
Currently this is also true for other diseases that could be transmitted
through the airborne route, including SARS 262 and smallpox 108, 129,
772, until inhalational transmission is better defined or healthcare-specific
protective equipment more suitable for for preventing infection are
developed. Respirators are also currently recommended to be worn during
the performance of aerosol-generating procedures (e.g., intubation,
bronchoscopy, suctioning) on patients withSARS Co-V infection, avian
influenza and pandemic influenza (See Appendix A).
Procedures for safe removal of respirators are provided (Figure). In some
healthcare settings, particulate respirators used to provide care for patients
with M. tuberculosis are reused by the same HCW. This is an acceptable
practice providing the respirator is not damaged or soiled, the fit is not
compromised by change in shape, and the respirator has not been
contaminated with blood or body fluids. There are no data on which to base
a recommendation for the length of time a respirator may be reused.

Wastin' away in Ebolaville
After eating uncooked African game
Wastin' away in Ebolaville
But the White man's to blame
This is what Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Flim Flam has to say about
Not everyone is convinced Ebola comes from infected
Central African fruit bats and was transmitted by humans who
ate infected meat or infected animals. There is skepticism about
the disease mysteriously making its way from Zaire to Liberia
through animal transmission without significant infections in
countries along the way. Those who reject the Western view or
have questions are not willing to easily stop sounding the
alarm—and with valid reasons.
“There is no natural disease called Ebola,”
according to Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad,
minister of health and human services for
the Nation of Islam. He called Ebola a
“weaponized virus” rooted in chemical and
biological weapons research by Germany
in the 1930s and perfected in the United
States. It is a weapon that can be used to
depopulate, weaken and dominate nations, he said. There are
“stories of the U.S. Department of Defense funding Ebola trials
on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola
outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone. The reports continue and
state that the DoD gave a contract worth $140 million dollars to
Tekmira, a Canadian pharmaceutical company, to conduct
Ebola research. This research work involved injecting and
infusing healthy humans with the deadly
Ebola virus,” according to Dr. Cyril
Broderick, a professor of plant pathology
at Delaware State University and a
Liberian national. His thoughts were
contained in a piece published in an
online edition of The Daily Observer, a
newspaper in Monrovia. “Disturbingly,
many reports also conclude that the U.S.
government has a viral fever bioterrorism research laboratory in
Kenema, a town at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak in West
Africa,” he added. Dr. Broderick listed research into Ebola and
similar viruses conducted in West Africa, and Liberia, by the
U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, “a
well-known centre for bio-war research, located at Fort Detrick,
Maryland;” Tulane University through the National Institutes of
Health; the Centers for Disease Control; Doctors Without
Borders; UK-based GlaxoSmithKline; and the Kenema
Government Hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone.
The Defense Dept. is named as a “collaborator in a „First in
Human‟ Ebola clinical trial … which started in January 2014
shortly before an Ebola epidemic was declared in West Africa in
March,” he wrote. And, he added, “The reported,
„The U.S. government funding of Ebola trials on healthy
humans comes amid warnings by top scientists in Harvard and
Yale that such virus experiments risk triggering a worldwide
pandemic.‟ That threat still persists.”
But, Dr. Broderick added, “Africa must not relegate the
continent to become the locality for disposal and the deposition
of hazardous chemicals, dangerous drugs, and chemical or
biological agents of emerging diseases. There is urgent need
for affirmative action in protecting the less affluent of poorer
countries, especially African citizens, whose countries are not
as scientifically and industrially endowed as the United States
and most Western countries, sources of most viral or bacterial
GMOs that are strategically designed as biological weapons. It
is most disturbing that the U.S. government has been operating
a viral hemorrhagic fever bioterrorism research laboratory in
Sierra Leone. Are there others? Wherever they exist, it is time
to terminate them. If any other sites exist, it is advisable to
follow the delayed but essential step: Sierra Leone closed the
U.S. bioweapons lab and stopped Tulane University for further
testing.” “The ebola pandemic began in late February in the
former French colony of Guinea while UN agencies were
conducting nationwide vaccine campaigns for three other
diseases in rural districts. The simultaneous eruptions of this
filovirus virus in widely separated zones strongly suggests that
the virulent Zaire ebola strain (ZEBOV) was deliberately
introduced to test an antidote in secret trials on unsuspecting
humans,” charged writer Yoichi Shimatsu, in an online piece
called “The Ebola breakout coincided with UN vaccine
campaigns.” The cross-border escape of Ebola into neighboring
Sierra Leone and Liberia indicates something went terribly
wrong during the illegal clinical trials by a major pharmaceutical
company, he wrote. Mr. Shimatsu puts Doctors Without
Frontiers “under a dark cloud of suspicion because its
distribution of a two-step anti-cholera vaccine.”
“After exposure to the ebola virus, a patient shows symptoms of
high fever, vomiting and diarrhea, no less than 8 days later and
more likely after two weeks. Re-arriving on schedule, the covert
drug-testing team administers the anti-ebola antibodies as „the
second dose of cholera vaccine.‟ The perfect crime of illegal
human testing should have gone off without a hitch,” he wrote.
“The U. S., Canada, France, and the U. K. are all implicated in
the detestable and devilish deeds that these Ebola tests are.
There is the need to pursue criminal and civil redress for
damages, and African countries and people should secure legal
representation to seek damages from these countries, some
corporations, and the United Nations. Evidence seems
abundant against Tulane University, and suits should start
there,” Dr. Broderick wrote.
According to Dr. Muhammad, the Ebola virus comes out of the
Defense Dept. bio-weapons program in Fort Detrick, Md.,
during the 1970s. The late leader of Zaire, Mobutu Sese Seko,
was approached by a U.S. contractor with the Department of
Defense associated with biological weapons research at Fort
Detrick, said Dr. Muhammad. The company was contracted to
field test the HIV virus and needed a population of people to
conduct the tests on, he continued.
They chose Eastern Zaire at the time, but President Mobutu
refused the plan, he said. “In retaliation they released a virus
that later became known as Ebola” in a village near the Ebola
River that had a 90 percent mortality rate, charged Dr.
Muhammad. That was 1976 and the first occurrence of Ebola—
in what was then Zaire—now the Democratic Republic of the
Congo, he said.
“Since then every outbreak of Ebola had been a deliberate act
of bio-warfare against a population,” said Dr. Muhammad.
In a national security memo dated December 10, 1974 titled,
“Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for the United
States Security and Overseas Interest,” Henry Kissinger, then
the secretary of state, wrote: “The United States economy will
require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad,
especially from less developed countries.”
The policy paper “Rebuilding America‟s Defenses” by the
Project for a New American Century,” noted: “The art of warfare
will be vastly different than it is today. Combat likely will take
place in new dimensions. Advanced forms of biological warfare
that can target specific genotypes, may transform biological
warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.”

What if America cannot muster support from other nations to go to West
Africa and fight Ebola? What if America‟s effort fails after members of the
military contract the disease and others refuse orders to deploy and are
court-martialed. What if the number of cases in Africa keeps increasing
exponentially to point where there is one hospital bed for every 1000
patients? Anyone with money would go to the US Embassy, get visa and
come the United States, just to escape with their lives. They would seek
refuge in other countries. Of course they would lie on the questionnaire
when they left then pop Advil when they arrived in the US. America‟s
isolation units would be filled with them so when the disease starts to
spread in the US there would be no room for American citizens. There are
very few isolation rooms in the United States that is why tents are used.
Hospital resources would be exhausted tracing everyone down who came
into contact with someone who was infectious. If one of them came down
with the disease they would have to check their friends. If Ebola was
widespread a secondary danger would arise. What if an EBOLA MARY
came into being due to the difference in people‟s immune systems? Some
ordinary woman who could carry the disease and spread it without showing
its symptoms? This would not require the virus to mutate it would just have
to find the right immune system to infect. So
theoretically speaking Ebola Mary is on the loose in
New York City and whatever this angel of death
touches become a vector for the virus. Ebola Mary, like
so many others, takes the subway to work. The
headlines read Rider Contracts Ebola from leaving
Subway via Turnstile. Rider in front of him who rotated
turnstile sought. What would happen to New York City?
It would shut down until Ebola Mary was located.

But what if Ebola Mary were not located? Not every subway exit has a
camera. What if more people got Ebola from riding the subway? New York
City would grind to a halt. Traffic would so bad that no one could escape
the gridlock. Incomes would stop. Schools would close. Everyone would he
barricaded in their homes or leave for their summer homes in the
Hamptons. Farrakhan would convince the blacks that this was a plan to
depopulate America and that the Jews and Doctors Without Borders was
behind the pandemic. There would be race riots. The disease would begin
to spread all across America. Hundreds of thousands were afflicted.

This would require a decoration of national emergency by the President or
the leader of a military junta that took over America to save it from itself.
Worst case scenario, prophesy of doom?

Far fetched, well dig it. Ebola infections with no symptoms are possible.
What if there was more than one Ebola Mary. The Ebola Zombie scenario
might not be far off. There would only be one answer. The army would
have to track down everyone with the disease and incinerate them with
flamethrowers. This might not go over so big with the civil libertarians but
survival is the first law of nature.


Obama who identifies more with being black than white wants people
coming from this country to self quarantine, Christie and Cuomo, two
Italians want a forced quarantine. The policies change by the minute with
the increasing number of the infected. I find it interesting that Obama
appointed a Jew as Ebola Czar, a guy with no medical background. People
were wondering why? So that the Jews will get the blame if Ebola gets out
of control, which it will because it is become a political issue not a public
safety one.
On the one hand you have DeBlassio, who wife and children are black
blasting Cuomo for acting and preempting Obama. But if you look at the
DeBlassio administration you find black racism which could manifest itself
in a desire to see Whites and Jews get Ebola. Some African Americans
were happy to see NYPD attacked by an ax wielding Islamist Blackman.
Most were not. I came across one who was on Twitter:

Then there is “Deputy Mayor” Al “the snitch” Sharpton who made a career
out of going after White cops some guilty some innocent and worked off a
beef with the feds by squeaking. Sharpton is married to a woman 30 years
his younger and is a sex fiend like his buddy Sanford Rubenstein. Then
there is the Public Advocate. She called Mayor Bloomberg a plantation
owner. That means get whitey back for slavery. She also said she was a
heartbeat away from becoming Mayor if anything happened to DeBlassio.
She was encouraging his assassination so black racists can make the
Jews and Whites long for David Dinkins.
The Crack connection. DeBlassio‟s daughter
who he used as a campaign prop, claimed she
had a problem with alcohol and reefer when
she was in college. I personally think it was
crack. Then there is the case of the Chief of
Staff for the Mayor‟s black wife. Her boyfriend
hates whites and cops and has a long criminal
record. The photo shows her with a convicted
crack dealer as the standard of morality
plummets to the level it was in City Hall when OC controlled NYC in the
1950‟s. There were people with connections to White drug importers in City
Hall and in the City Council at the time.
How we react to this virus has become a civil liberties issue. Do we die or
undergo a terrible disease to satisfy the god of PC? Norman Siegel, who
helped spread the disease of Nazism while in the NYCLU has jumped in
representing the nurse who balked at being quarantined after returning
home from Ebolaville. She would rather spread disease than endure a
three week sentence. If she wants to be part of Doctors Without Borders
and serve humanity that is a noble purpose in life, but don‟t drag anyone
into against their will. Ebola is not a pretty disease. Bodily liquids pour from
your body like a fucking fountain. Dogs can get it. Don‟t believe the AIDS
analogies. You can touch an AIDS person and then touch your eyes and
not get AIDS but don‟t do that with an Ebolaoid.
It is all a question of the number of cases in
the United States. We are Obama‟s human
guinea pigs. When a hundred of us die the
experiment will be over and a travel ban
instituted. Some Black legislators want to
wait till it becomes more widespread. Texas
Democrat Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee told The
Hill, “I don‟t think we gain anything by
spending our time talking about quarantines [of entire countries]. We don‟t
have an epidemic, and for that reason I don‟t think that calling for a
quarantine of countries answers the question. We have to turn internally
and look at our own selves and make sure our health infrastructure is
where it needs to be.” So don‟t try to nip it in the bud. The Black leadership
doesn‟t want it I don‟t know about their constituents.

Last Updated Oct 22, 2014 10:01 AM EDT
An airline passenger was being evaluated at a hospital in
Newark, New Jersey Tuesday due to Ebola concerns, reports
CBS New York. Two others were hospitalized after getting off
planes into Chicago.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokesperson
Carol Crawford said the Newark passenger was "identified as
reporting symptoms or having a potential exposure to Ebola"
during the enhanced screening process for those arriving in
the U.S. from the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra
Leone and Guinea.
Forcing those from Ebolaville to go to select airports is a half assed
form of a travel ban put in place due to the fact that nearly three-fourths of
Americans support a ban on civilian air travel in and out of the West African
countries that have experienced an Ebola outbreak, a new Reuters/Ipsos
poll shows.
Screening is costing taxpayers a lot of money in hospital bills for
suspected cases but you ain‟t seen nothing yet until the residents of
Ebolaville get the bright idea to come to America knowing they are infected
with Ebola in order to seek free treatment.
“The fever-screening instruments run low and
aren‟t that accurate,” said infection control
specialist Sean Kaufman, president of
Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions, a
biosafety company based in Atlanta. “And
people can take ibuprofen to reduce their fever
enough to pass screening, and why wouldn‟t
they? If it will get them on a plane so they can
come to the United States and get effective
treatment after they‟re exposed to Ebola,
wouldn‟t you do that to save your life?”
The suspected cases causes anxiety for those who fly with suspect
passenger who can imagine the changes they will be forced to go through
with an infected symptomatic passenger who lied like the tin shack dwelling
shit in the woods animal Thomas Eric Duncan did.

We are not guinea pigs to see if screening works. One American death is
too much and is on Obama‟s hands. As for Eric Duncan; good riddance to
scum. As much as this researcher hates the Presbyterians for Divestment
and being the main publisher of 911 Revisionist literatures it was not their
fault that they turned Duncan away the first time he came to the hospital.
He said he just visited Africa. That could be Tunisia or South Africa. He
he lied when he left the country! Who needs animals like Duncan? He
probably got the Ebola victim he was wheeling around in a wheel barrow
pregnant. She was his baby mom. He came to see his bitch in the US not
his fiancé. If he would have said EBOLA it would have been a whole new
ballgame. But the media is afraid to blame this raw green monkey flesh

Former head of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff stated:
Equally misguided is the contention by Thomas Frieden, head
of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that a visa
suspension would drive affected travelers underground, leading
them to sneak into the United States unscreened and
unmonitored. Whether a Liberian flies to Europe or drives
across Africa to an airport in an unaffected country, he or she
would still have to present a Liberian passport to board a plane
to the United States. At that point, a visa suspension would
result in a denial of boarding. Nor is it realistic to fear that our
hypothetical traveler would sneak across our land borders.
First, we can and should coordinate a visa suspension with
Canada and Mexico. Second, smugglers are unlikely to
welcome migrants who may be physically unfit to make an
arduous trip while posing a threat to the safety of the smugglers