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"We're Screwed": MSM Caught on Hot Mic at White House Ebola Press Briefing



Published on Oct 7, 2014

For a little insight into what the American mainstream media really thinks (but will never say), check out what CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett and two of his colleagues had to say when Garrett apparently forgot his mic was still on after the White House's October 3rd press briefing on the government's Ebola response ended.

Now, Aaron and I are in no way saying "we're screwed." We're just trying to show you these mainstream reporters obviously don't believe the government b.s. any more than we do...yet they go on prime time TV and tell everyone exactly what the government wants us all to hear night after night. It really is all a dog and pony show, and this clip is just more obvious proof of that.

Source vid:

Full press briefing (with hot mic at the end):

Website: TruthstreamMedia.com

Twitter: @TruthstreamNews

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Three Ebola Stories the Mainstream Media Literally Scrubbed From the Internet - See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/three-ebola-stories-the-mainstream-media-literally-scrubbed-from-the-internet_102014#sthash.qlHYhJKW.dpuf

There’s a mysterious phenomenon that keeps happening to alternative media journalists lately, and it seems to be a side effect of Ebola.

Mainstream stories are being removed from the internet without a trace.

The first I heard of this was when a colleague, Mac Slavo, of SHTFplan wrote an article entitled “Disaster Teams Were Notified Months Ago They Would Be Activated in October”. The article was based on a twitter exchange with a large government supplier of emergency response products specializing in “high risk events”.

But then, this happened…TWICE. Shortly after we quoted a mainstream source in a story that pointed out inconsistencies, the originally story got scrubbed from the internet. It took all sorts of cache-searching gymnastics to prove that we weren’t the ones lying and that something was definitely being hidden by someone.

The best thing about this is that you, the readers, have been the ones to point out the inconsistencies.

First, there was the story from an Israeli news source that said Thomas Duncan had died. None of the American sources said anything other than “Duncan is fighting for his life”. This was posted on Sunday, October 5th. Here’s a screen shot of the original story.

- See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/three-ebola-stories-the-mainstream-media-literally-scrubbed-from-the-internet_102014#sthash.qlHYhJKW.dpuf

​Briton dies of suspected Ebola in Macedonia, his hotel sealed off

A Briton with symptoms of Ebola has died in Macedonia, local authorities said. The hotel in Skopje where he was staying has been sealed off, while another Briton and hotel staff are being kept inside to prevent possible spreading of infection.

According to Macedonian authorities the man came to Skopje from London on October 2 and was taken to hospital on Thursday where he died several hours later.

The man reportedly suffered from fever, vomiting and internal bleeding. His condition deteriorated rapidly, Dr. Jovanka Kostovska of the ministry's commission for infectious diseases said.

“These are all symptoms of Ebola, which raises suspicions with this patient," Kostovska told a news conference.

The tests have been carried out to see if he had Ebola and have been sent to Germany's Frankfurt to confirm the disease.

A Macedonian government spokesman told the BBC that a companion of the late Briton told the local authorities that they had travelled straight from the UK and had not visited countries affected by Ebola

The ambulance crew and the hotel staff were isolated to prevent spreading of infection, and the hotel building was also sealed off.

A spokesman from the Macedonian Foreign Ministry said: "I can confirm that a British person has died and he is in the state hospital in Skopje,” The independent reports.

If the diagnosis is confirmed it will be the first case of a UK citizen dying of Ebola.

“We are aware of reports and we are looking into them urgently,” a Foreign Office spokesperson said.

The final results of the autopsy and the cause of death will be known in 48 hours.

Until recently, all Ebola victims either lived or visited Africa. Spanish nurse Teresa Romero was the first person in Europe to contract Ebola outside Africa.


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Vaccine may be only way to bring Ebola under control in West Africa

October 6, 2014

By Helen Branswell


"TORONTO – As West Africa’s Ebola outbreak continues to rage, some experts are coming to the conclusion that it may take large amounts of vaccines and maybe even drugs – all still experimental and in short supply – to bring the outbreak under control.

Embedded in that notion is the reality that the catastrophic epidemic may remain unchecked for months, given that these products haven’t yet been proven to be safe or effective in people, and won’t be available in significant amounts any time soon. Experimental Ebola drugs in particular will remain in scarce supply for a considerable time.

“It is conceivable that this epidemic will not turn around even if we pour resources into it. It may just keep going and going and it might require a vaccine,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told The Canadian Press in an interview.

“As the epidemic gets more and more formidable and in some cases out of control it is quite conceivable, if not likely, that we may need to deploy the vaccine to the entire country to be able to shut the epidemic down. That is clearly a possibility.”





2 doctors under observation after treating Spanish Ebola nurse

By Ciaran Giles

October 9, 2014


"MADRID – Two doctors who treated a Spanish nursing assistant diagnosed with Ebola have been admitted to a Madrid hospital for precautionary observation, bringing to six the number being monitored at the centre, health officials said Thursday.

A spokeswoman for the Carlos III hospital said neither of the doctors, nor the woman’s husband — who is also under observation — has shown Ebola symptoms.

The doctors tended the nurse, Teresa Romero, before she was diagnosed as having Ebola on Monday. Two other nurses in quarantine are awaiting tests for the virus.

Romero is the first person known to have caught the disease outside the outbreak zone in West Africa. She is in stable condition without fever.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity in keeping with hospital regulations."




International travel and health


"Haemorrhagic fevers

Haemorrhagic fevers are viral infections; important examples are Ebola and Marburg haemorrhagic fevers, Crimean–Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF), Rift Valley fever (RVF), Lassa fever, Hantavirus diseases, dengue and yellow fever.

Hantavirus diseases, dengue and yellow fever are described separately.


Viruses belonging to several families. Ebola and Marburg belong to the Filoviridae family; hantaviruses, CCHF and RVF belong to the Bunyaviridae family; Lassa fever virus belongs to the Arenaviridae family; and dengue and yellow fever belong to the Flaviviridae family.


Viruses that cause haemorrhagic fevers are transmitted by mosquitoes (dengue, yellow fever, RVF), ticks (CCHF), rodents (Hantavirus, Lassa) or bats (Ebola, Marburg). For Ebola and Marburg viruses, humans have been infected from contact with tissues of diseased non-human primates (monkeys and apes) and other mammals, but most human infections have resulted from direct contact with the body fluids or secretions of infected patients. Humans who develop CCHF usually become infected from a tick bite but can also acquire the virus from direct contact with blood or other infected issues from livestock or from infected patients. RVF can be acquired either by mosquito bite or by direct contact with blood or tissues of infected animals (mainly sheep), including consumption of unpasteurized milk. Lassa fever virus is carried by rodents and transmitted by excreta, either as aerosols or by direct contact. Some viral haemorrhagic fevers have been amplified in hospitals by nosocomial transmission resulting from unsafe procedures, use of contaminated medical devices (including needles and syringes) and unprotected exposure to contaminated body fluids."





OHSU, Legacy Health will take Ebola patients if needed

October 7, 2014


"Associated Press and KGW.com Staff, Legacy Health is willing to receive U.S. patients who are evacuated from West Africa for treatment of Ebola, a spokesman told KGW Tuesday."


"PORTLAND, Ore. - Legacy Health and Oregon Health & Science University are both willing to receive U.S. patients who are evacuated from West Africa for treatment of Ebola, officials told KGW Tuesday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out a request last week to find hospitals that could treat U.S. health care workers and others who are infected with Ebola, if needed.

Legacy and OHSU were among the hospital systems to respond to the call."




60 People Locked In Building After 4 Suspected Ebola Cases Near Paris

October 9, 2014

Tyler Durden


As The Local reports, it looks like Paris is all-clear


"However later in the evening Nevache confirmed that the "suspicion was over" and the people were allowed to leave.


Le Parisien newspaper reported that the alarm was raised when one of four people "of African origin" who had recently visited Gunea fell ill in the building and two others showed flu-like symptoms."


but I wanted to post the following from the article







Turkish worker employed in Africa rushed to Istanbul hospital on Ebola suspicion

October 9, 2014



"A Turkish worker employed in Nigeria was rushed to an Istanbul hospital Oct. 8 on suspicion of Ebola, after showing signs of a high fever and diarrhea. The incident comes amid concerns regarding the spread of the pandemic in Europe, with a number of new cases detected in Spain.

The 46-year-old man, whose identity has not been disclosed, returned to Turkey 10 days ago from Africa to see his family in the western province of Sakarya during the Feast of the Sacrifice holiday.

Medical sources said he went to a private hospital four days ago in Adapazarı, but his fever did not drop despite medical treatment. Following medical examinations, doctors informed the Health Ministry that he may be showing symptoms of Ebola."




First Briton 'dies from Ebola' despite NOT travelling to country with outbreak of disease

By: David Pilditch

October 9, 2014


BRITAIN was placed on red alert after a UK national died from suspected Ebola


"The hotel where he and his friend were staying has been sealed off and staff ordered not to leave the building.

Last night the Foreign Office said it has launched an urgent investigation.

The reports came just hours after the Government announced new measures to keep the killer virus at bay, acting on advice from Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies.

Screening is likely to be introduced within days for passengers arriving at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and Eurostar train terminal.

Travellers whose journeys began in the worst-hit West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea will be asked for details of their movements and whether they have been in contact with anyone with the deadly virus, which has claimed more than 3,800 lives."





Ebola: The facts behind the deadly infection

Simon Edge

October 9, 2014


IT'S THE deadliest infectious disease known to mankind. Where did it start? How is it caught? What are the risks? And are you in danger?


"The Ebola virus was discovered in 1976 after a mystery sickness hit a hospital in the remote village of Yambuku in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). Blood samples from a Belgian nun who died of the illness were sent to a laboratory in Antwerp where a young researcher called Peter Piot isolated a virus.

Causing massive internal haemorrhages, it killed nearly nine out of 10 people infected in that first outbreak and was one of the deadliest infectious diseases the world had ever seen.

Piot and his colleagues decided not to name the new pathogen the Yambuku virus for fear of stigmatising the place. Instead they named it after the nearest river, which they wrongly decided was the Ebola, a tributary of the Congo River. It has now become the waterway that no one wants to bathe in - even though it has no connection at all to the virus and is not responsible for its spread."





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North West man isolated, hospital staff quarantined

October 9, 2014


"Johannesburg - A man from Potchefstroom has been isolated after he showed signs of haemorrhagic fever, the North West health department said on Thursday.

"The 72-year-old man from one of the farming communities in Potchefstroom came to hospital on 8 October 2014 after hours," spokesperson Tebogo Lekgethwane said in a statement.

"This patient came complaining of fever, weaknesses and a cough. Clinically, he had signs and symptoms of haemorrhagic fever and was isolated. Blood investigations were done and the virologist was informed, based on the results."

Lekgethwane said infection control measures were strengthened and the man and staff were quarantined."



Here you go, just what we all want to read, right?  IF this can happen here, it can happen anywhere. Is it becoming clear yet?


Public Health Emergency Declared In Connecticut Over Ebola: Civil Rights Suspended Indefinitely

Tyler Durden

October 10, 2014


"We warned a week ago of the various possibilities surrounding an Ebola outbreak in America, and today we get some degree of confirmation of a medical-based martial-law coming to the US. Governor Dan Malloy has declared a Public Health Emergency in Connecticut, authorizing the "isolation of any individual reasonably believed to have been exposed to the Ebola virus." Simply put, as we noted previously, the State of Public Health Emergency allows bureaucrats to detain and force-vaccinate people without due process - despite not one single case being found in CT. If there is a major Ebola pandemic in America, all of the liberties and the freedoms that you currently enjoy would be gone."

The Public Health Emergency declaration...




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Fear and panic grips Spain – scared medical staff refuse to treat suspected Ebola cases

Posted on October 10, 2014


Source: http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2014/10/10/fear-and-panic-grips-spain-scared-medical-staff-refuse-to-treat-suspected-ebola-cases/




Ebola Panic Hits New York Airport
Marching outside of Terminal D, the workers walked out Wednesday night around 10 p.m., organizers said. The demonstration is being organized by 32BJ Service Employees International Union, which the workers voted to join earlier this year.

Organizers said the protest is part of a long-running fight for better working conditions that had been brought to the forefront by the Ebola scare. The workers, who clean garbage and human waste from the planes, say they are not given adequate protection.


Read more: http://www.allnewspipeline.com/Ebola_Panic_In_New_York.php


Ebola reporter 'horrified' by airport screening

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Can Cannabinoids in Cannabis Paste fight off Ebola?

Joe Martin

October 2, 2014



"The Ebola virus has now reached North America. As it spreads, increasingly becoming a global concern, researchers are desperate for effective methods to combat the deadly disease. If the outbreak continues to grow unchecked, this virus has the potential to take down a large percentage of the world's population.

The September 12, 2014, issue of Science contained an article by a panel of top Ebola researchers detailing their findings that Ebola has genetically sequenced in scores of victims. The fact that the virus mutates quickly makes the creation of a serum to treat all patients highly improbable. Diagnosing each patient's strain and finding an effective common treatment is futile. The death rate has and will continue to be substantial, even in the best case scenario. While researchers struggle to produce a vaccination, could the antiretrovirals in Cannabis be an effective treatment? Brad Morehouse, founder of NewCure.org believes that it will greatly decrease the mortality rate and, quite possibly, be beneficial in clinical use."





Clinical trials of Ebola treatment to start in Africa

September 23, 2014


"Although direct antiviral treatments through passive immunity would certainly have potential for treating Ebola, it’s not the virus which kills, but rather the damaged immune system discharging a “cytokine storm” and large amounts of nitric oxide, damaging blood vessels, causing blood and plasma leakage and dangerously low blood pressure similar to severe septic shock (1).

Treatment with melatonin might have some potential for alleviating the morbidity and mortality of Ebola virus infection, since melatonin has immuno-modulating and inhibitory functions against production and activation of pro-inflammatory mediators such as cytokines as well as preventing multiple organ and circulatory failure in septic shock and also has antiviral actions (2)."
snip  This one is for information




Ebola: A Nurse's Perspective

October 1, 2014




"So a few months ago the country was enthralled with the idea of a few patients, infected with the Ebola virus, coming to the United States. Up until this point, we had been safe from Ebola due to the fact that bats can’t fly over the Atlantic. Some people were completely indifferent, while others had seen Outbreak one too many times. Most were a healthy mix, somewhere in between, but what bothered me the most was both the lack of education and the poor information that was spreading more virulently than the virus could ever hope to.


First, I want to stress that I am a nurse, not a virologist, and hopefully throughout my post you will see that I am not pretending to be one. I have a Bachelor’s in Nursing and am currently a graduate student. I have worked extensively with Infectious Disease Specialists. I have been exposed to almost every infectious disease known to the modern world. I have taken courses in Biology, Microbiology, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, Advanced Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, and an assortment of others. However, I am not and will not pretend to be an expert, just an experienced professional. When it comes to an epidemic of any sort, my first focus is on the patient, protecting and healing them, my second focus is on protecting the community. I don’t care about which strain does what, or what we can do with in lab. As a nurse, I concern myself with the current patient and future possible patients. I feel the first thing we should examine is Ebola itself. It is foreign to the US, both literally and figuratively. What it does to people and how it harmonizes with nature are both things that most westerners have little concept of. It is a virus, not a bacteria. This means that it is not its own organism. It is actually much smaller and basic than you can imagine. It is nothing more than a few pieces of DNA and some proteins. No cell wall, no cytoplasm, no metabolic functions. This is both their advantage and their downfall. Viruses require a host. For this example I will use the HIV virus. HIV gets into the human body and invades the host’s white blood cells, T4 cells to be exact but I won’t get that involved. The proteins help get the virus into the cell and those few small sequences of DNA write themselves into the host DNA. Now instead of the white blood cell attacking invaders, it is nothing more than an HIV factory. All of its metabolic functions are redirected at producing more of the virus, which pours out of the white blood cell like a sieve until eventually the host cell dies. This is why HIV infected patients have poor immune systems. The virus re-writes the DNA of the host cells. This is not something we can stop. New viruses are pouring out of the white blood cells at a rate of millions a day. We cannot filter them out. We cannot “kill” a little chunk of DNA and we don’t know enough about the human genome to correct the DNA sequences. This is why a lot of viral infections like HIV, Herpes, and Hepatitis are life long infections. HIV invades the white blood cells, Herpes invade the nerve roots, and Hepatitis invades the liver."



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Ebola virus facts

October 10, 2014


"Ebola virus disease (formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever) is a severe, often fatal illness, with a case fatality rate of up to 90%. It is one of the world’s most virulent diseases. The infection is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, body fluids and tissues of infected animals or people."
snip  the slideshow shows lots of info from WHO



Ebola outbreak in west Africa, Nigeria and abroad as of Oct. 10, 2014. (World Health Organization/Yahoo News)



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Prague, the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic


Just for the record of how all countries are becoming nervous over Ebola...


This news was 3 days old. It happened before 10th Nov.


Czech hospital tests man with Ebola symptoms



Tests show hospitalized Czech man does not have Ebola



Then I encountered an article talking about Prague with a person came back from Ghana showing the symptom and the police closed up a part of the station he was at, on the night of 11th.

http://japanese.ruvr.ru/news/2014_10_12/ebora-puraha/ (Please translate on your browser.)


This is NOT the same person as in the first 2 articles.


Here's the Czech article appeared 14 hours ago. (Please translate it on your browser.)



I had to laugh at myself....due to my poor ability to read through the weird translation, I actually couldn't figure out wth the Czech article concluded about the test result on the guy came back from Ghana.

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Texas Health Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

DALLAS — A health care worker here who helped treat the Liberian man who died last week of the Ebola virus has tested positive for the disease in a preliminary test, state health officials said Sunday.

“We knew a second case could be a reality, and we’ve been preparing for this possibility,” said Dr. David Lakey, the Texas health commissioner. “We are broadening our team in Dallas and working with extreme diligence to prevent further spread.”

The worker, who was not identified, was an employee of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, where the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, Thomas E. Duncan, died last week.

The health care worker reported a low grade fever Friday night and was isolated and referred for testing. Officials interviewed the worker and were identifying “any contacts or potential exposures,” the statement read.

Continue reading the main story


Ebola Victim’s Family Blames Hospital and StateOCT. 11, 2014

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As U.S. Steps Up Fight, J.F.K. Begins Screening Passengers for EbolaOCT. 11, 2014

The preliminary test was done at the state public-health laboratory in Austin and the positive result was received late Saturday, officials said. Other tests will be done by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

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CDC Mandates ‘Hermetically Sealed Caskets’ For Ebola Victims Revelation follows report of CDC storing thousands of airtight coffin liners in Georgia

The CDC has instructed funeral homes to bury Ebola victims in hermetically sealed caskets, a potentially disturbing revelation given reports that the federal agency had previously purchased thousands of air tight coffin liners which were being stored in Madison, Georgia.


A Yahoo News report reveals how the CDC is instructing funeral homes that “remains should be cremated or buried promptly in a hermetically sealed casket” which must be secure “against the escape of microorganisms” and have valid documentation for being airtight.

Dallas Institute of Funeral Service administrator Wayne Cavender said that the CDC was worried about an “epidemic” but that the type of caskets they were recommending were not airtight.

“The sealer caskets that they sell are not a guaranteed-type of sealing issue. It’s not completely airtight because you have to have a way to open them up and so forth. It’s not like it’s vacuum-sealed,” said Cavender.


As we reported last month, the CDC also issued a three page list of recommendations which warned funeral home workers not to carry out autopsies or to embalm corpses.

The revelation that the CDC is mandating the use of airtight caskets is intriguing given previous reports that the federal agency had purchased thousands of airtight coffin liners and was storing them in a field in Madison, Georgia.


Read more....  http://www.infowars.com/cdc-mandates-hermetically-sealed-caskets-for-ebola-victims/


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Fema Camp Coffins Investigated


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Ultraviolet light robot kills Ebola in two minutes, why doesn't every hospital have one of these?

October 11, 2014

Mike Adams





"(NaturalNews) While vaccine makers and drug companies are rushing to bring medical interventions to the market that might address the Ebola pandemic, there's already a technology available right now that can kill Ebola in just two minutes in hospitals, quarantine centers, commercial offices and even public schools.

It's called the Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot, and it was invented by a team of Texas doctors whose company is based on San Antonio. (And no, I didn't get paid to write this. I'm covering this because this technology appears to be a viable lifesaving invention.)

The Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot uses pulsed xenon-generated UV light to achieve what the company calls "the advanced environmental cleaning of healthcare facilities." Because ultraviolet light destroys the integrity of the RNA that viruses are made of, it renders viruses "dead." (Viruses aren't really alive in the first place, technically speaking, so the correct term is "nonviable.")


Ebola, just like most other viruses, are quickly destroyed by UV light. That's why Ebola likes to spread in dark places where sunlight doesn't reach. (Think of Ebola as a "vampire" virus that feeds off human blood but shuns sunlight...) The Xenex robot destroys Ebola on surfaces in just two minutes, zapping them with a specific wavelength of UV light at concentrations that are 25,000 times higher than natural sunlight."




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Let's face it if we get Ebola (like any other disease) we get it and deal with it - or not.  If I accept that the ultraviolet light kills Ebola, does it just kill it on the surface of a glass petri dish surface or does it penetrate the physical body to get rid of the virus?

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Ebola-like symptoms seen in 2 people isolated in Ottawa, Belleville

Two people with Ebola-like symptoms are in isolation after showing up separately at hospitals in Ottawa and Belleville, Ont.

One patient arrived at The Ottawa Hospital's General campus on Sunday and was immediately placed in isolation, Ottawa Public Health confirmed to CBC News on Monday.

The patient had recently visited a West African country where Ebola has been reported.

Samples from the patient have been sent to the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg for testing, and results are expected by 6 p.m. ET Monday.

The patient is "doing well" and under observation, the hospital said in a news release.

The hospital received a call before the patient arrived to allow staff to prepare for the arrival, and special steps are being taken at the hospital to protect staff and other patients.

The person's age and gender are not being released to protect their privacy, the hospital said.

"All necessary precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of other patients, visitors and hospital staff," said Dr. Jonathan Angel, an infectious disease specialist at the hospital, in a news release. "Strict infection prevention and control measures in Ontario hospitals means the risk of Ebola to other patients and health-care workers is minimal."


Edit to add ,,

And this ,,just in time


Ebola outbreak: 1st human trials of Canadian vaccine start in U.S.


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Just a warning. Watch Ottawa and Edmonton. Two people in hospital under watch with early possible symptoms. Both recently came back from affected African countries.

This is being purposely spread around the globe. That's why there haven't been any travel bans to and from this countries

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Yes--quite bloody obvious really--if "they" were concerned there would be more protocols put in place--even full travel(flight/boat) restrictions--or outright bans----


Humans(sheeple) are bloody stupid animals-- here where I am we still have adults not washing their hands after using the crapper---I mean for fuck sake---- how easy is it for the viruses to spread around the world when you see that sort of behaviour---and the parasites are fully aware of this----so they make up a bunch of viruses in a lab that mutate every time it infects somebody.


In this age anybody that has to do business can do it over the web---they don't have to go to an area where there is a high risk of contracting something and bringing it back to spread around to all----family--kids--schools--work--shopping centers--


Vaccines--PPPFFFTTTT--  stick them up your arse----Mother Nature has a cure I'm sure-- not just a cover up of the symptoms--


Rant off----

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Ebola virus ruled out in Ottawa patient, while man in Belleville still in isolation

Health officials confirmed Monday night that test results for a patient in isolation in Ottawa came back negative for the Ebola virus, while a man with Ebola-like symptoms remains in isolation at a hospital in Belleville, Ont., awaiting blood-test results.

One patient arrived at the Ottawa Hospital's General campus on Sunday and was immediately placed in isolation, Ottawa Public Health confirmed to CBC News on Monday. The patient will no longer require isolation, the agency said in a news release Monday night.

The patient had recently visited a West African country where Ebola has been reported.

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@Imelda  I found this very interesting considering the post I was about to throw up here

@Prismatic eye   and your post too, because I find I couldn't agree more 


I have been saying for weeks now. What IF "they" don't know what they are dealing with?  I will try to put it into words, please bear with me, while I think out loud. "random thoughts" again.


Back on page 10 of this thread, reply #185  is very important info, and gives clues.

http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/7414-ebola-a-record/page-10   this paragraph and other info


"Both Cantwell and Horowitz independently investigated the origin of HIV/AIDS and came to the same conclusion–that the first outbreak occurred among hepatitis B vaccine recipients in New York City and central Africa during the mid-1970s. Both doctors agreed that preliminary research involving chimpanzees infected with AIDS-virus ancestors predated by five to ten years the first clinical cases."




Hep B vaccine resulted in HIV and Ebola outbreaks    now Hep B vaccine is mandatory for our kids, with babies receiving the first shot of the 3 shot series BEFORE they leave the hospital right after birth!  Why? This vaccine was originally meant for sexually active ADULTS  and druggies who share needles! do our newborns really meet that criteria?  So now they all get Hep B vaccine, and all of a sudden we have a serious outbreak of EVD 68 in the US among our young children AND it is a serious respiratory illness  Question I have is this.  IS EVD anything like TB? sure sounds like it to me! ??? Do you see where I am going? HEP B vaccine again possibly responsible???


Some of us have also been questioning how so many suspected of Ebola are testing negative. Well, yes, if it was HIV or XTB or EVD instead of Ebola, then wouldn't a specific to Ebola only, test come back negative?? and TB IS airborne!!


Now bringing back something Nex put in the shout box a couple days ago. That he is receiving info that this is NOT Ebola, but instead it's TB.  Now Imelda posts about a woman in Australia dying from multi drug resistant TB!!  XTB? in other words? possibly from a mutated or otherwise faulty vaccine she might have been given at some point? Hep B vaccine maybe??? IF I remember correctly, she was being tested for Ebola.


Now consider this. In chat last night we got on this subject again, and we were told that some years ago, researchers combined Ebola virus, and TB bacteria to see what would happen.  To their surprise the virus/bacteria started working together. Never before had a virus and a bacteria combined and worked together as a team. The result was XTB!! (MDR TB?)The multi antibiotic resistant strain of TB!!  I'm sure everyone here knows you do not treat a virus with antibiotics, you only treat a bacterial infection with them.  So then how would you treat XTB???  A combined virus/bacterial infection!   Yet the beginning symptoms seem to be the same!!  as do the initial symptoms for EVD 68!!


MY personal opinion is, that we have a real mess on our hands, and this is possibly why tests for Ebola are coming back negative!! Because what we have going on is, in fact, NOT Ebola!! But possibly a combination of diseases all rolled into one, and exacerbated by the Hep B vaccine that we are poisoning everyone, including our children, with!!


Just my thoughts here, I have no training of any sort, medically, but this has been really bugging me. This whole Ebola situation just does NOT make sense!! nor does the fact that they do not seem to know what  to do or how to treat it. [end of rant]  :angry2:  :angry2: 


http://ebolahoax.com/     a site w/videos you may find interesting

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Dr. Ben Kim's thoughts on Ebola from his newsletter:


Dr. Ben Kim's Natural Health Newsletter
October 14, 2015

Dear Reader,

Many have asked for my views on the Ebola, so I'll share
a few thoughts here.

My understanding is that Ebola is more transmittable than
most world health authorities are generally leading people to

It's true that the current form of the Ebola virus is not
airborne, which is to say that the Ebola virus isn't capable
of traveling through the air without fluid encasing it.

Chickenpox and tuberculosis are examples of airborne germs
that are capable of traveling through the air from one person
to another without transfer of body fluids.  Put another way,
airborne germs travel from the lungs of one person to the lungs
of another without exchange of blood, sweat, or other body

The point that isn't being made strongly enough is that
the Ebola virus counts as a droplet-borne disease.  Droplets
of secretions that are generated with coughing, sneezing,
vomiting, and even some routine medical procedures that are
done around the upper respiratory tract can transmit the Ebola

These droplets of secretions that contain the Ebola virus
can infect someone nearby if the droplets come into contact with
any of their mucosal linings, like those that protect the
eyes, nasal passageway, and oral cavity. 

So if you are within several feet of someone who is infected
with the Ebola virus, even if there is no exchange of body
fluids, it is possible for you to become infected if that
person releases enough droplets of virus via secretions that
occur with coughing, sneezing, and other involuntary contractions
around the upper respiratory area. 

The latest data indicates that approximately 70 percent of
infected people are dying.  This is confirmation of how
debilitating the Ebola virus can be, but it is also confirmation
that even if infected, some people are capable of recovering.

My opinion is that in coming weeks, more infections will be
confirmed in multiple countries. 

We can only hope that the CDC and their counterparts in
other countries will be able to contain confirmed infections,
and that enough support will be given to those areas within
Africa that are being devastated right now.  With enough supplies
and trained response teams, even hardest hit areas should be
able to prevent this outbreak from killing many millions - the
current goal is to successfully bury 70 percent of those who
have died from Ebola and isolate and treat 70 percent of those
who are fighting infections, all within the next 60 days. 

For those who are lucky to be living in areas that have not yet
been touched by Ebola, here are some points on prevention to
keep in mind until the current outbreak is clearly contained:

1.  If at all possible, avoid airplane travel.

2.  Ensure optimal vitamin D status.


3.  Eat foods that are rich in vitamin C.


4.  Be mindful of washing your hands with soap and warm or
hot water on a regular basis.

5.  Be well rested.

I don't believe there is much else that we can do to minimize
risk of infection, not unless we want to stockpile enough food
and water to last until Ebola goes away, and stay in our homes
until then. 

Unless you are living in an area where new infections are
being confirmed every day, I don't think you need to fear going
about your regular activities.

That is all I have to say about Ebola for now.  Let's hope
that things change for the better soon.

Wishing you and your loved ones a safe and peaceful week ahead,

Ben Kim

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Don't be distracted by noise, chatter, or setbacks.
Patience, commitment, grace, and purpose will guide you.

- Louise Hay


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