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The One Question About Ebola That Nobody Can Seem To Answer

How in the world is it possible that more than 170 health workers have been infected by the Ebola virus? That is the one question about Ebola that nobody can seem to answer. The World Health Organization is reporting this as a fact, but no explanation is given as to why this is happening. We are just assured that Ebola “is not airborne” and that getting infected “requires close contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person”. If this is true, then how have more than 170 health workers caught the disease? These workers are dressed head to toe in suits that are specifically designed to prevent the spread of the virus. So how is this happening? I could understand a handful of “mistakes” by health workers, but this is unlike anything that we have ever seen in the history of infectious diseases. These health workers take extraordinary precautions to keep from getting the virus. If it is spreading so easily to them, what chance is the general population going to have?

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Benin reports two Ebola cases

By Sébastien Lokossou

August 8, 2014


"Benin has reported two cases of the deadly Ebola virus in the west African country.

Health Ministry official Aboubacar Moufiliatou said that a man suspected to have contracted the virus had died.

"Fortunately, blood samples have been taken from the deceased patient to examine if his death was linked with Ebola," Moufililatou told the state television Thursday night.

He said another man has been quarantined after showing symptoms of the deadly virus after returning from the Nigerian city of Lagos.

"Blood tests from the suspected case will be conducted in laboratories approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) to confirm or deny the infection," he said."





Burkinabe dies of Ebola-like symptoms in U/E

August 9, 2014


"Ghana may be recording its first case of Ebola if tests on the blood samples of a Burkinabe man suspected to have died of Ebola proves positive.

The man who was rushed to the Bawku Presby Hospital in the Upper East Region from Burkina Faso, died on arrival.

The Medical Director at the Hospital, Dr Joseph Yaw Manu, who confirmed the incident to Citi News, said they sent the blood samples for testing because the man was brought in showing symptoms of Ebola.

In an interview with Citi News, Dr. Manu said the patient was bleeding from his nostrils which raised their suspicion he may have died of the Ebola disease.

Dr. Manu said they are awaiting the results from the blood sample test to verify the cause of death."




Suspected Ebola patient isolated in Rwanda

August 11, 2014


"AFRICA – Rwanda’s health officials have placed a man suspected of suffering from Ebola in isolation at King Faisal Hospital Kigali. A statement by the Ministry of Health released on Sunday indicates that the patient had been tested with results still expected. Samples from the suspected case have been sent for testing to an international accredited laboratory, and results will be available in 48 hours, the statement said. The suspected case is a European medical student, according to the statement. It is the first suspected Ebola case in Rwanda since the outbreak of the virus in West Africa. The government urged the public to remain calm and vigilant, as the ministry is closely monitoring the situation."






So now we can add Benin, Ghana, Rwanda to this map from the 9th of August.  Always remember these countries have millions of people living in close and unsanitary conditions.  They also do not have the infrastructure to report and keep track of what is really happening.  One or two suspected cases is a minute number indeed. Even one or two confirmed cases or deaths from Ebola is very small number. However small number doesn't really matter when and if it is your loved one, or another human being, It's not a nice way to die. Remember too, that there are those who survive.



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avian flu round 2, ding

i wonder when the WHO will be activated to run the same type of fear porn as the CDC


to a mindless idiot with an attention span that makes the glass bowl look and feel like paradise this spells true fear


the CDC has redefined the way ebola is transmitted by claiming "casual contact" is enough (6 feet within infected person) if protective gear is NOT worn


"Low risk exposure

Providing patient care or casual contact1 without high-risk exposure with EVD patients in health care facilities in EVD outbreak affected countries"


1 Casual contact is defined as a) being within approximately 3 feet (1 meter) or within the room or care area for a prolonged period of time (e.g., healthcare personnel, household members) while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment (i.e., droplet and contact precautions–see Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations); or b) having direct brief contact (e.g., shaking hands) with an EVD case while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment (i.e., droplet and contact precautions–see Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations). At this time, brief interactions, such as walking by a person or moving through a hospital, do not constitute casual contact."




falling short of stating what they mean which is that ebola is now airborn




this is the same CDC that approved the ebola patent whereas the 2 other leading medical institutions did NOT



[0001] The invention provides the isolated human Ebola (hEbola) viruses denoted as Bundibugyo (EboBun) deposited with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ("CDC";
Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America) on November 26, 2007 and accorded an accession number 200706291. This deposit was not made to an International Depository Authority (IDA) as established under the Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure, and is a non-Budapest treaty deposit. The deposited organism is not acceptable by American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), Manassas, Virginia, an International Depository Authority (IDA) as established under the Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure. Samples of the stated Deposit Accession No. 200706291 will be made available to approved facilities for thirty years from the date of deposit, and for the lifetime of the patent issuing from, or claiming priority to this application.


RELATED APPLICATIONS [0002] This application claims priority benefit of U.S. Provisional Application 61/108,175 filed 24 October 2008; the contents of which are hereby incorporated by reference."


from LoneStar above




add the vicinity of the gates etc  vaccine ehem lab being in the proximity of the outbreak nucleus (my post earlier on in this thread if i recall)


and sprincle a little apocalyptic religious mumbo jumbo with some natural/unatural disasters on top of pending nuclear holocaust, monetary collapse, etc and the fuse is primed


shall i draw you a picture? (no offense to those that don't need to see my awful drawing)



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Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) 


EVD was first identified in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The disease typically occurs in outbreaks in tropical regions of Sub-Saharan Africa.

From 1976 (when it was first identified) through 2013, fewer than 1,000 people per year have been infected.


 The largest outbreak to date is the ongoing 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak, which is affecting Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria.


 As of August 2014, more than 1750 suspected cases have been reported.

 Efforts are ongoing to develop a vaccine; however, none yet exists. Mmmm... really? 




The virus may be first acquired upon contact with blood or bodily fluids of an infected animal (commonly monkeys or fruit bats).


Spread through the air has not been documented in the natural environment.


Once human infection occurs, the disease may spread between people as well. Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for  two months. (Semen is infectious in survivors for up to 50 days)




and interestingly medical authorities follow the standard isolation protocol period for this form of virus currently a 21 day fever watch... WHY IS THIS NOT 50 DAYS MINIMUM???


Airborne transmission has not been documented during previous EVD outbreaks. 

They are, however, infectious as breathable 0.8–1.2 micrometre laboratory generated droplets; because of this potential route of infection, these viruses have been classified as Category A biological weapons.


NOTE; (AH SO THEY HAVE BEEN TESTING AIRBORNE INFECTION RATES AND POTENTIALS and the FACT that it is classified as a biological weapon should make the intention obvious to any normal Hu_man)




To my mind there are a lot of specific advantages to this pathogen or  infectious agent and the media terrorism PR machine is able to continue unabated as a form of communication aimed towards influencing the attitude of a population toward some cause or position.

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WHO classifies Kenya a high Ebola risk area

August 12, 2014


"World Health Organisation has classified Kenya as a high risk area for the deadly Ebola outbreak.

WHO at a press conference in Nairobi said Kenya is a major transport hub in the region receiving 76 flights a week making it vulnerable to Ebola.

Health Ministry however said it is not �advising Kenya Airways or any other flight from either flying to or from West Africa.

“Kenya Airways will not stop its flight to the four Ebola stricken countries despite the WHO declaring the situation an emergency,” said Kenya Airways incomin CEO Mbuvi Ngunze."




Germany urges citizens to leave Ebola-hit nations

August 12, 2014


"The German government has urged nationals to leave three countries in west Africa affected by the Ebola virus. The outbreak has now killed more than 1000 people, including a second prominent physician in Sierra Leone.

Following a meeting of a crisis unit working to stem the ongoing Ebola outbreak, Germany on Wednesday updated its travel warnings for the hardest-hit regions.

"It was decided that all German nationals who are in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are called upon to leave due to the still-critical situation," foreign ministry spokesman Martin Schäfer told reporters, adding that German medical personnel needed on the ground were "explicitly exempt."

German embassies and consulates in the three countries would remain open, Schäfer also said.

This latest outbreak of Ebola, which began in March, is the worst since the deadly and highly contagious virus was discovered in the 1970s. According to figures published Wednesday by the World Health Organization (WHO), 1,069 people have now died."





Spanish priest dies of Ebola

August 12, 2014


"Madrid: An elderly Spanish priest infected with Ebola has died in a Madrid hospital, five days after being evacuated from Liberia.

The 75-year-old Roman Catholic priest, Miguel Pajares, was being treated in Spain with an experimental US serum, ZMapp, after being flown to Madrid on August 7.

He contracted Ebola at the Saint Joseph Hospital in the Liberian capital Monrovia where he worked with patients suffering from the disease."





Ebola Also Devastates Wild Ape Population

August 13, 2014

Steve Baragona



"One day in 1996, boys from a village in northern Gabon brought home a chimpanzee they found dead in the forest. The villagers butchered it for food.

That act set off an Ebola outbreak that killed 21 people, according to the World Health Organization.

Years later, on a reporting trip in Gabon, author David Quammen met two men from the village who were there during the outbreak.

At the time Ebola was ravaging their village and their families, they noticed something strange. In the forest nearby, 13 gorillas lay dead."




Ebola virus in France? Patrick Balkany stated, the Department denied
August 12, 2014

"HEALTH - MP and mayor of Levallois, Patrick Balkany, sent a written request to the Minister of Health issue Monday, saying that many cases of people infected with Ebola virus have been reported on the French territory. MetroNews contacted by the firm Marisol Touraine "categorically denies".'  <<< this is a google translation.   I will give the original link.



Tx Reddwolf





August 10, 2014



HealthMap Aug 10, 2014, 3:17am EST (Image source: HealthMap.org)


"An electronic information gathering and mapping system similar to the WebBot actually spotted the “hemorrhagic fever” (Ebola) outbreak in West Africa 9-days before it hit the press following the WHO’s announcement.


According to AP:

HealthMap uses algorithms to scour tens of thousands of social media sites, local news, government websites, infectious-disease physicians’ social networks and other sources to detect and track disease outbreaks. Sophisticated software filters irrelevant data, classifies the relevant information, identifies diseases and maps their locations with the help of experts.

However, shockingly, as of Sunday, the HealthMap system has spotted at least 75 potential triggers in the United States along with potentials in Canada as well as Mexico. At this time it has not been announced that Ebola is spreading in the U.S., but predictive models show that we may be less than 9-days away from some type of official announcement based on current data."


OH OH: here's the punch line to this story!!!!


Once the announcement is made, under World Health Organization recommendation, U.S. officials will then request the activation of all emergency preparedness and mass fatalities response plans nationwide as we will then, at that point, be in full-blown pandemic level 6 martial law."



tx for this one too Reddwolf



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Ebola Outbreak: 56 People Dead In Two Days

August 13, 2014



Ebola Outbreak: 56 People Dead In Two Days

There were 128 new cases in the same period, as West Africa is gripped by the worst-ever outbreak of the tropical virus.


"There have been 56 more deaths in a 48-hour period in West Africa's ebola outbreak, bringing the total number of fatalities to 1,069.

The vast majority of deaths have been in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

There have also been three deaths in Nigeria, following the worst-ever outbreak which began in March.

In the two days to August 11, there were 128 new cases, meaning a total of 1,975, according to the World Health Organisation.

Many of the dead are health workers, who are often working with inadequate supplies and protection.

Among the victims is the first European - a Spanish priest who died on Tuesday in a Madrid hospital after being infected while treating ebola patients in Liberia."



WHO: Ebola Toll May 'Vastly Underestimate' Crisis

August 14, 2014



"There is evidence the numbers of dead and sickened by Ebola in West Africa may "vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak," the World Health Organization said Thursday. The U.N. health agency said it was prepared for the crisis to continue for months.

With more than 1,060 deaths and 1,975 sickened, the Ebola outbreak is already the deadliest ever.

Liberian officials faced a difficult choice Thursday: deciding which handful of Ebola patients will receive an experimental drug that could prove life-saving, ineffective or even harmful.

ZMapp, the untested Ebola drug, arrived in the West African country late Wednesday. A day later, no one had yet received the treatment, which officials said would go to three people.

The outbreak, which was first identified in March in Guinea and since spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, has overwhelmed the already strained health systems in West Africa and raised questions about whether authorities are doing enough to respond."





Korean Air Suspends Kenya Flights over Ebola

August 14, 2014


Carrier says suspending flights to its only destination in Africa will help prevent spread of virus.





Five Illegal Immigrants Detained in Albania With Ebola Symptoms

Damien Shartov

August 14, 2014


"Albanian police have detained 40 illegal immigrants from Africa today, five of whom are currently under quarantine after exhibiting symptoms of Ebola, Macedonian newspaper Vecer has reported."





There’ll be no stopping Ebola spread in PH, says expert
August 13, 2014

By Jocelyn R. Uy


"MANILA, Philippines–If the deadly Ebola virus enters the Philippines, the local primary and secondary hospitals will have a hard time containing its spread, according to an infectious disease specialist."



Considering the number of people on this planet, the numbers we are aware of now, are very small, and yes it could get worse, but we can always hope it doesn't.



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Health Authorities In Alicante Activate Protocols Over Another Suspected Ebola Case in Spain

NEWSVALENCIAEBOLA: Health authorities in south-eastern Spain activated Ebola alert protocols after a young Nigerian man was admitted to hospital in Alicante with fever and vomiting.

Spanish health authorities in the eastern Valencia region of Spain activated alert protocols on Saturday night over a new possible case of Ebola after a young Nigerian man was admitted to a hospital in the city of Alicante with fever and “several other symptoms” of the disease.

If confirmed, this would be the first case of Ebola virus reported in Spain. Father Miguel Pajares, a Spanish priest, died last week in a Madrid hospital after being repatriated from Liberia where he was infected with the disease.


Read more... http://www.thespainreport.com/10398/spanish-health-authorities-alicante-activate-alert-protocols-two-possible-ebola-cases/

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Liberia: Foreign Min.: Liberia Health System Collapsing as Ebola Spreads

August 11, 2014


"The health care system in Liberia is collapsing, hospitals closing down and medical workers fleeing from the Ebola epidemic, which is poised to worsen, Liberia’s foreign minister said last Thursday.

“People are dying from common diseases because the health care system is collapsing,” Minister of Foreign Affairs Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan said in an interview with Thomson Reuters Foundation.
“It is going to have a long-term impact, even after this crisis is behind us.”
Treatable diseases such as malaria and diarrhea are left untended because frightened Liberians are shunning medical centers, and these deaths could outstrip those from the Ebola virus by three or four fold, he said.
But his biggest concern is the spreading epidemic."



The One Question About Ebola That Nobody Can Seem To Answer

August 11, 2014

Michael Snyder


"How in the world is it possible that more than 170 health workers have been infected by the Ebola virus?  That is the one question about Ebola that nobody can seem to answer.  The World Health Organization is reporting this as a fact, but no explanation is given as to why this is happening.  We are just assured that Ebola “is not airborne” and that getting infected “requires close contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person”.  If this is true, then how have more than 170 health workers caught the disease?  These workers are dressed head to toe in suits that are specifically designed to prevent the spread of the virus.  So how is this happening?  I could understand a handful of “mistakes” by health workers, but this is unlike anything that we have ever seen in the history of infectious diseases.  These health workers take extraordinary precautions to keep from getting the virus.  If it is spreading so easily to them, what chance is the general population going to have?"



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US says no Ebola-related travel restrictions for Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra Leone

August 12, 2014


"The U.S. Department of State has said that no Ebola-related travel restrictions have been issued by the agency for Nigeria, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

A “factsheet’’ issued by the state department on its response to Ebola virus, said the agency only issued a travel warning on August 7, 2014 against non-essential travel to Liberia.

“Due to a lack of options for routine health care services, the Department of State ordered the departure of family members residing with embassy staff in Monrovia to begin Aug. 8, 2014″

It said U.S. government employees in Liberia would remain on active duty at the embassy and additional staff members are being deployed to assist Liberia in addressing the Ebola outbreak.

The state department, however, said the U.S Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued alerts for the four West African countries affected by Ebola.

The countries, include Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria."




West Africa Ebola outbreak tops 2,000 infections

August 15, 2014


"The Ebola virus disease (EVD) illness total in West Africa's outbreak has pushed past 2,000, as the World Health Organization (WHO) tempered expectations that experimental drugs and vaccines will play a role in ending the event and providing a bird's eye view of response activities, including food drops in quarantined areas.

In a statement late yesterday on the overall status of the outbreak, the WHO said the outbreak continues to escalate and that it expects the event to continue for some time. It offered a sobering assessment of the impact the disease has had on the region: "Staff at the outbreak sites see evidence that the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak."



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Mob Destroys Ebola Center In Liberia Two Days After It Opens

August 16, 2014

Jina Moore


Fear and denial of the deadly virus are pervasive in Liberia. The mob exponentially increased the risk in one of the country’s biggest Ebola hot spots.


"MONROVIA, Liberia — This morning Makasha Kroma shivered with fever. Her head still hurt; that hadn’t gone away. And she was vomiting a lot.

That’s why she’d ended up here, at a holding center where people suspected to have Ebola wait, in a dark classroom, for the results of their tests. These things — headache, fever, vomiting — are the early signs.

Ebola is transmitted through bodily fluids. It has no treatment, besides hydration, no cure, no proven vaccine. Since February, it’s ravaged West Africa, infecting more than 2,000 people in four countries and killing more than 1,100.

Kroma came to the West Point holding center with her sister, her three children, a cousin named Bindu, and two other family members. They are all women, or girls — most caregivers in Liberia are — and they washed Kroma’s clothes, fed her rice, wiped down her body, and cleaned up her vomit with a rag and some chlorine."

Those are the kinds of chores that give you Ebola. And the girls had no gloves. All the gloves the Ministry of Health brought this place when it opened yesterday, all 150 of them, were gone by the middle of the night.

That’s when three people escaped. Because Sam Tarplah and his staff didn’t have any gloves, they couldn’t restrain the patients who wanted to flee. They could only plead.

“We begged them, told them people are coming tomorrow to help you,” Tarplah said. “But there was no way we could fight them.”

Two escaped by climbing the back wall, according to health care workers in a clinic next door. Another, a woman with five children, simply took off, Tarplah said."





Ebola-wary Nigeria sacks striking doctors

August 15, 2014


"Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has fired thousands of doctors who have been taking part in weeks of strikes, amid warnings that West Africa's Ebola outbreak continues to escalate.Jonathan ordered the dismissal of around 16,000 doctors in an internal memo to the Health Ministry, local newspaper Premium Times reported on Friday.Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu instructed that "letters of termination" be issued immediately to all affected resident doctors in hospitals.The move allows the Health Ministry to "make internal arrangements to get alternative doctors to cater for patients," said Health Ministry spokesman Isiaka Yusuf.Doctors and nurses in public hospitals across the country of 169 million people have taken part in work stoppages since July 1 and are refusing to return to work until their working conditions and salaries improve."



Sorry Chaniites, but the news just does not seem to get better.  While remembering that 7Billion live on this planet, so those numbers are quite small if true.  How we handle this, will determine how it ends up.

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Guilt Without Doubt
A pair of earlier articles by this writer examined the British and American roles in developing ebola into a biological weapon and its antidotes into commercial products. This third essay examines the strange coincidence of the earliest breakout in Guinea with three major vaccine campaigns conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN children’s agency UNICEF. At least two of the vaccination programs were implemented by Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF, or Doctors Without Borders), while some of those vaccines were produced by Sanofi Pasteur, a French pharmaceutical whose major shareholder is the Rothschild Group. This report uncovers the French connection to the African ebola pandemic. 
        The reason for suspecting a vaccine campaign rather than an individual carrier is due to the fact that the ebola contagion did not start at a single geographic center and then spread outward along the roads. Instead. simultaneous outbreaks of multiple cases occurred in widely separated parts of rural Guinea, indicating a highly organized effort to infect residents in different locations in the same time-frame



A couple of interesting paragraphs from this article by Yoichi Shimatsu




I think we may have been suspecting this was the case anyhow


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SA man admitted to Johanesburg hospital for Ebola tests


Johannesburg - A 37-year-old South African man, working as health and safety officer in a mining operation in Liberia, was admitted to hospital on Sunday, the department of health said.


Spokesperson Joe Maila said the man arrived in the country on 6 August.

"He was scanned as normal routine in accordance with screening protocols for incoming travellers at the OR Tambo International Airport," he said in a statement.

"He was healthy on arrival and the scanner revealed no problem nor raised temperature."

He said the man had no contact with any patients while in Liberia and he was not involved in patient care.

On 16 August, the man went to his general practitioner due to fever, said Maila.

"Following on the protocols issued to all private and public practitioners and health facilities, the doctor contacted the National Institute for Communicable Diseases [NICD] to discuss the patient.

"Based on results of the initial blood tests the decision was made to continue to monitor the patient at home and to repeat the blood tests today [sunday]," he said.

"His temperature increased and it was decided that he be admitted at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital for further assessment and investigations."

He said the NICD regarded the patient as low risk for the Ebola virus disease.

"However, as a precautionary measure, given his history of working in Liberia the protocol developed for haemorrhagic fevers needed to be followed."



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Report: Armed men attack Liberia Ebola clinic, freeing patient

Last Updated Aug 17, 2014 3:45 PM EDT

MONROVIA, Liberia - Liberian officials fear Ebola could soon spread through the capital's largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including bloody sheets and mattresses.

The violence in the West Point slum occurred late Saturday and was led by residents angry that patients were brought to the holding center from other parts of Monrovia, Tolbert Nyenswah, assistant health minister, said Sunday.

Local witnesses told Agence France Presse that there were armed men among the group that attacked the clinic.

"They broke down the doors and looted the place. The patients all fled," said Rebecca Wesseh, who witnessed the attack and whose report was confirmed by residents and the head of Health Workers Association of Liberian, George Williams.

Up to 30 patients were staying at the center and many of them fled at the time of the raid, said Nyenswah. Once they are located they will be transferred to the Ebola center at Monrovia's largest hospital, he said.

The attack comes just one day after a report of a crowd of several hundred local residents, chanting, 'No Ebola in West Point,' drove away a burial team and their police escort that had come to collect the bodies of suspected Ebola victims in the slum in the capital, Reuters reports.

West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official, who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the press. The residents took medical equipment and mattresses and sheets that had bloodstains, he said. Ebola is spread through bodily fluids including blood, vomit, feces and sweat.

"All between the houses you could see people fleeing with items looted from the patients," the official said, adding that he now feared "the whole of West Point will be infected."

Some of the looted items were visibly stained with blood, vomit and excrement, said Richard Kieh, who lives in the area.

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I cant be sure of the source here, (I cant be sure of any source actually) but I will put it here so you can read it and we will have to wait and see what happens.


Actually it will not let me repost


It's the "EUtimes" and the article is "3000 Ebola Matryrs Warned Ready to strike America"

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Thanks LoneStarr...I never know what to make of Sorcha Faal...


I saw the "Who is Sorcha Faal" at the bottom of your link and had a look and was a bit surprised....I thought Sorcha Faal was an individual, not an organisation.


Or is it really David Booth ??


Im am experiencing a huge learning curve lately.

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Liberia fights Ebola in capital, West Africa toll tops 1,200

(Reuters) - Liberia battled on Tuesday to halt the spread of the Ebola disease in its crowded, run-down oceanside capital Monrovia, recording the most new deaths as fatalities from the world's worst outbreak of the deadly virus rose above 1,200.


The epidemic of the hemorrhagic disease, which can kill up to 90 percent of those it infects, is ravaging the three small West African states of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, and also has a toehold in Nigeria, Africa's biggest economy.


As the Geneva-based World Health Organization rushed to ramp up the global response to the outbreak, including emergency food deliveries to quarantined zones, it announced that deaths from it had risen to 1,229 as of Aug. 16, out of 2,240 cases.

Between Aug. 14 and 16, Liberia recorded the most new deaths, 53, followed by Sierra Leone with 17 and Guinea with 14.


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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The national airline of the United Arab Emirates said Monday it has disinfected one of its planes after health authorities there announced that a Nigerian woman who died after flying in to the capital, Abu Dhabi, may have been infected with the Ebola virus.

The health authority in Abu Dhabi said in a statement carried by state news agency WAM that the 35-year-old woman was traveling from Nigeria to India for treatment of advanced metastatic cancer.

Her health deteriorated while in transit at Abu Dhabi International Airport. As medics were trying to resuscitate her, they found signs that suggested a possible Ebola virus infection. The health authority noted, however, that her preexisting medical condition also could have explained her death.

Medical staff treating the woman followed safety and precautionary measures in line with World Health Organization guidelines, the health authority statement added.

The woman's husband, who was the only person sitting next to her on the plane, as well as five medics who treated her are being isolated pending test results on the deceased woman. All are in good health and show no symptoms of the illness, according to health officials.

Etihad Airways, the UAE's national carrier, said the plane was disinfected in line with guidelines laid out by the airline industry's main trade group. It said it continues to monitor the situation and is working with health authorities "to ensure the implementation of any and all measures necessary to ensure the safety and well-being of its passengers and staff."

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CDC Counts 68 Ebola Scares in United States

August 20, 2014

David Ludwig


"Over the last three weeks, 68 people have been tested for the Ebola virus in the United States, the Center for Disease Control told ABC News.

According to the CDC, the virus has claimed more than 1,200 lives in the West African nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria since the outbreak began. Despite recent scares, there has yet to be a confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S. 

Two patients who health officials have described as 'low risk' are currently being held in New Mexico and California hospitals awaiting their official test results. Yesterday, WSB-TV Atlanta reported that a local man tested negative for the virus. "





Liberia's Ebola clampdown turns violent as Asia fears new cases

August 20, 2014

Zoom Dosso


"Monrovia (AFP) - Violence erupted in an Ebola quarantine zone in Liberia's capital Wednesday as authorities struggled to contain the epidemic, with new suspected cases in Asia sparking fears of it spreading beyond Africa.

Four residents were injured in Monrovia's West Point slum when soldiers opened fire and used tear gas on crowds as they tried to evacuate a state official and her family from the quarantined quarter.

The crackdown in Liberia comes as authorities around the world are scrambling to stem the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola, with the latest official toll jumping 106 in two days to 1,350 dead.

Liberia, with 576 deaths from 972 diagnosed cases, is the worst hit of the four affected west African countries, with the numbers of deaths and infections rising dramatically."




3 Ebola suspects at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital




 Fears Ebola has 'spread to Congo after 10 people die'




Vietnam, Myanmar test 3 patients for Ebola




Ebola virus reaches Germany as woman is tested in Berlin and 600 are quarantined




Two Suspected Ebola Patients Flee Hospital in Saudi Arabia

August 18, 2014

Danial Naveed


"The two men ran away from a rural health center in the Al Madinah province in Saudi Arabia, according to reports."





Ebola Death Toll in West Africa Tops 1,200




Ebola tests on British-Nigerian woman found dead in her apartment




WHO: Ebola Outbreak Countries Should Screen Departing Travelers


"The WHO is also not recommending entrance screening for countries not affected by the disease and which do not share borders with affected countries. The WHO also stressed that transmission of the virus on an airplane is a very low risk."




Very low risk, hmmmm, would seem to me any risk is too great!!


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