the real reason for ebola

hold onto yur hats. boys and girls. here is the real reason for ebola in uhmerika and the foolish response from the federal goobermint:

“Drug makers are racing to develop vaccines and drugs to address the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. It’s unclear who will pay for their products, but companies are betting that governments and aid groups will foot the bill.”

this is from a major news outlet, the AP.

certain people are to become filthy rich while millions suffer and die. there is the reason for ebola. the head of the CDC is against quarantine. now you know why. he stands to make millions of dollars.

” Experts say drug makers are wagering that international groups and wealthier governments like the U.S. will buy Ebola vaccines and drugs in mass quantities to stockpile them for future use once they’re deemed safe.

“The political bet is that the U.S. and World Health Organization have been so embarrassed and burned by this event that they will be willing to change the way they do business,” said Professor Lawrence Gostin of the Georgetown University Law School, who studies global health issues.”

CDC Director Tom Frieden:

“This week I announced the first Ebola case diagnosed in the US. I have been asked whether we should stop travel to Liberia. The answer is no: to keep Americans and people in non-affected countries safe, we must continue to work to support efforts to stop the spread of Ebola in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. One strategy that won’t stop this epidemic is isolating affected countries or sealing borders. When countries are isolated, it is harder to get medical supplies and personnel deployed to stop the spread of Ebola. And even when governments restrict travel and trade, people in affected countries still find a way to move and it is even harder to track them systematically.

Involuntary quarantine and isolation of communities and regions within countries will also backfire. Restricting travel or trade to and from a community makes it harder to control in the isolated area, eventually putting the rest of the country at even greater risk. Isolating communities also increases people’s distrust of government, making them less likely to co-operate to help stop the spread of Ebola.” (sounds like an enabler to me)

the world community can isolate a country and still allow humanitarian aid. that i am not opposed to. to allow free and unrestricted travel will “INCREASE PUBLIC DISTRUST IN GOOBERMINT”.it has for me already. what the fuck are these people thinking of? why profit and billions of dollars. death and suffering is just a byproduct. what about the iraq sanctions? or other nations such as syria or lybia or even russia? no one cared if thousands suffered or died from those sanctions.

returning health care workers are NOT  heroes if they spread the disease in populations that were free of it.

these african nations are poor, very poor. how did those folks get to afford airline tickets? mebbe they had arrived in uhmerika before onset of epidemic but continue to travel back and forth. the vast majority cannot hope to afford a air line ticket. how will they find a way out?

if the USA had to have a massive air lift to drop food and supplies to these closed countries i would not object to that. after all, the USA sees fit to drop supplies to armed forces in areas of combat like ISIS which recently intercepted a drop intended for some other armed group. it’s all fucked up. you cant convince me otherwise.

the decisions have already been made. the money is already good as spent. expect to see many many many suffer and die. one must understand a few will become very very wealthy along with their minions and enablers who will prattle the line of bullshit to make it all sound proper.

what if one of the symptoms of ebola is to make you deny you have it? who is to say it doesnt effect yur brain and judgement? MIND CONTROL!

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