“Faced with a widening crisis over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, Sierra Leone’s government said Tuesday that it would deploy hundreds of troops and police officers to ensure that patients and family members who may be infected remain isolated. A battalion — 750 soldiers — will be sent to clinics housing Ebola patients in areas where the disease is most virulent, and the police presence will be reinforced at homes where family members are at risk of having contracted it, said Abdulai Baratay, a government spokesman” (The New York Times, 6 August 2014).
The recent Ebola outbreak started in Guinea, West Africa in March 2014, just a few months ago. It progressed rapidly to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria. It was not contained and is now heading for uncharted waters as the disease is poised to spread round the globe. The disease is reported to have no known vaccine, and has a high 50%-90% fatality rate. It was first reported in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where it resulted in 431 deaths out of 602 known cases.
As of 6 August 2014, The World Health Organization (WHO) reported 932 Ebola fatalities and 1711 known cases. These numbers are set to increase. What could be more frightening is the possibility of even more unreported cases. Bodies were just dumped on the streets for fear of victim families being quarantined. WHO began a two-day emergency meeting on west Africa’s Ebola epidemic, with the UN agency deciding whether to declare it an international crisis. The situation is certainly a cause for international concerns. Would this be another black swan that will paralyze the transportation industry. Already airlines are cancelling flights to West Africa. The already anaemic world economy may just seized up once Ebola hits international travel hubs. Reports that the epidemic is “out of control” are surfacing all over the media.
While it had been publicly reported that there is no known cure for Ebola, there was a patent US 20120251502 A1 filed by the US government in 2009 implying that this may not be so. Already, an “experimental drug” provided by Mapp Pharmaceuticals, a US company, was used to treat Samaritan’s Purse members Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol. Even though both treated patients have shown progress, Obama is not sanguine about offering the treatment as yet. Obama said affected countries should instead focus on building a “strong public infrastructure,” adding: “I think we have to let the science guide us. And I don’t think all the information is in on whether this drug is helpful.” The decision to use an experimental drug to treat two Americans infected with Ebola, while nearly 1,000 Africans have already died from the deadly epidemic, has sparked controversy. Is this the “experimental drug” that Obama alluded to or is there another undisclosed drug the US government has patented?
This patent disclosure provided much fuel for conspiracy theorists to impute that there is a hidden agenda behind this Ebola outbreak – human depopulation. Ebola is a globalist’s biological weapon to depopulate the earth. If indeed there is a cure as suggested by the patent application, then the 2011 movie “Contagion” is like prophecy unfolding before our eyes. Reports of the US government preparing for mass graves, detention camps (FEMA) and ultimately martial law had been circulating for many years. Denver Airport with its numerous occult symbols and purported huge network of fortified underground facilities added more compelling suspicion that the clandestine globalist agenda is no longer mere allegation. US government complicity in the agenda cannot be ruled out. A biological warfare launched using Ebola is a perfect event to mask the massive bank debts that the US government and major banks have accumulated in a fallout that would lead to chaos, civil unrest and financial defaults. Furthermore, conspirators also claimed that it is a globalist intention to precipitate a human depopulation program masqueraded in the UN-sponsored Agenda 21.
On one hand, a handful of elite globalists seem to want the world to themselves by eradicating people that they deem as “of no use”. On the other, humanitarian workers risk their lives saving and feeding the sick, poor and hungry. Even as the world shuns the Ebola stricken people, there are those like Sheik Umar Khan, who was credited with treating more than 100 patients, Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol who are part of dozens of local health workers who will not hesitate to stop the contagion. Sheik Umar Khan lost his life recently to Ebola. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were both infected and flown back to Atlanta for treatment. Their repatriation to the US was accompanied by a barrage of criticisms. Twitter exploded with objections. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention received angry e-mails. A state senate candidate in Arkansas called it “nearly treasonous” to allow the health missionaries to return. The emotional outbursts were shocking. Instead of exhibiting compassion, Americans rejected their own un-sung heroes. When Snowden revealed the illegal activities of government agencies, he was ostracized and called a traitor. If these are the kind of reactions that Americans desire, truly, the globalists have won.
12 For the rich men thereof are full of violence, and the inhabitants thereof have spoken lies, and their tongue is deceitful in their mouth.
13 Therefore also will I make thee sick in smiting thee, in making thee desolate because of thy sins