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October 12, 2014

The Ebola Scare

The Ebola virus caused disease is not very contagious but relatively deadly. 40-70% of the Ebola infected people are likely to die from it. (That is not as deadly as life, mind you, as life has a total fatality rate of 100%.)

The early basic symptoms of an Ebola infection are similar to a flue. They also often occur without any infection at all. In the "western" world that is typically after the patient watched too much Ebola scare news on her favorite cable canal.

The means of infection are well known, in general body fluids of all kinds from an infected person will carry the virus. That knowledge alone will help enough to decrease the number of newly infected people as more are warned and protect themselves when caring for an infected person. The epidemic will thereby die out within a few weeks.

There is a positive aspect of the current scare. It will increase funding for research into a vaccine and it will at least lead to better treating methods.

Posted by b on October 12, 2014 at 18:18 UTC | Permalink


You must be kidding-
Here's the latest on patient zero plus one:

"What is known, however, is that the worker was "considered to be at low risk for contracting the virus" and the he or she was wearing full protective gear when treating Duncan, suggesting - yet again - that there is a transmission mechanism which is not accounted for under conventional protocol."

Are you being deliberately provocative? Yes I imagine it will be a huge positive for the pharmaceutical company that comes up with a vaccine and scales it up in the next few weeks or so, no more than a month tops. And the complete incompetence and dishonesty of the CDC with their billions in funding- they have this under control. And thank goodness our bestest most expensive healthcare system in the world is well prepared-see above.

And at the end of the day we're all dead anyway. Yes nothing to see here let's get back to paying attention to the real scarey stuff- Russian devils bent on world conquest and Islamic devils building pyramids of Journalists heads in the sand.

And as ever, CYA.

Posted by: Nana2007 | Oct 12 2014 18:39 utc | 1

It doesn't look like it will die out in weeks in the affected African countries. It has been running for months even when more resources were thrown into containing it. But basically those countries are still lacking medical personal. Not sure what is the intention of sending hundreds or thousands of soldiers there.

Obviously ebola isn't contagious where there are zero infected patients. That includes most of the rest of the world but one or two hospitals that attended infected patients from those African countries. But it's clearly quite contagious from treating infected patients even when performed by supposedly prepared and well equipped medical personal. So the probability of expansion in controlled environments is relatively low, but not zero. In uncontrolled environments (that includes a lot of the world) it could be really dangerous if it keeps jumping out of Africa.

Posted by: ThePaper | Oct 12 2014 19:11 utc | 2

The next victims of the global-war-on-anything. The largest diaspora in the world, Filipinos. Who have a very large, extremely well traveled population of health-care workers, virtually everywhere. Hum...

Quote: The United States and United Kingdom have both specifically asked Manila to provide “human resources,” Ona said, adding that the nation's high number of qualified health professionals make it well-placed to provide help... The United Kingdom has specifically offered financial assistance that could potentially cover the salaries of Filipino volunteer health workers... Ona said about 3,000 Filipinos already work in worst-hit Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. About 150 Filipino soldiers also serve as peacekeepers under United Nations command in Liberia.


Posted by: Kim Sky | Oct 12 2014 20:09 utc | 3

Ebola has an incubation period of some three weeks during which patients remain asymptomatic and, specialists assure us, noninfectious. However, it is known that some patients remain asymptomatic throughout, in spite of having a strong inflammatory response, and can infect others. Nevertheless, we are told that those who do not present symptoms of Ebola—such as high fever, nausea, fatigue, bloody stool, bloody vomit, nose bleeds and other signs of hemorrhage—cannot infect others. We are also told that Ebola can only be spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected individual, but it is known that among pigs and monkeys Ebola can be spread through the air, and the possibility of catching it via a cough, a sneeze, a handrail or a toilet seat is impossible to discount entirely. It is notable that many of the medical staff who became infected did so in spite of wearing protective gear—face masks, gloves, goggles and body suits.

Posted by: okie farmer | Oct 12 2014 20:12 utc | 4

Pneumonic plague death rate of infected: 90%
Spanish Flu death rate of infected: 10% to 20%
Ebola death rate of infected: 70%

Ebola, not as deadly as the Plague that killed half the population of Europe in 12 years, but more deadly than the Spanish flu that killed between 50 and 100 million in months.

Most likely the detail that will let this monster out of the bag is the long incubation period, and protection
failures. Already very common causes of transmission.

Once out in the general population, the mind numbing stupidity of the American public the results may raise the death rate near your silly comment about life death rates.

Posted by: Kevin | Oct 12 2014 20:17 utc | 5

similar to flu?

then there is a solution if fever is a component:

'Ebola virus disease (EVD), Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) or simply Ebola is a disease of humans and other mammals caused by an ebolavirus. Symptoms start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus, with a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches. Typically, vomiting, diarrhea and rash follow, along with decreased function of the liver and kidneys. Around this time, affected people may begin to bleed both within the body and externally.[1]'

meet Boneset:

BONESET is a herb used against fevers, itsd name refers to break bone fever,...a name for malaria

'The herb`s common name of boneset was derived from its ability to break the terrible fevers associated with influenza. These fevers were such in their severity that they were described as going to the bone or as bone fever.'

however, there is some scsptisicm online where people are wondering if this isnt antoher scare to force vaccination onto people.

it seems thagt Ebola is very similar to scurvy:

'Ebola is probably the best known of a class of viruses known as hemorrhagic fever viruses. The Cecil Textbook of Medicine notes that these diseases are characterized by capillary fragility, which translates to easy bleeding, that can frequently lead to severe shock and death. These diseases also tend to consume and/or destroy the platelets, which play an integral role in blood clotting. The clinical presentation of these viral diseases is similar to scurvy, which is also characterized by capillary fragility and a tendency to bleed easily. Characteristic skin lesions develop, which are actually multiple tiny areas of bleeding into the skin that surround the hair follicles. some cases even include bleeding into already healed scars.

In the classic form of scurvy, which evolves very slowly from the gradual depletion of vitamin C body stores, the immune system will be sufficiently compromised for infection to claim the patient’s life before the extensive hemorrhage that occurs after all vitamin C stores have been completely exhausted'

so simple solutions to ebola would be boneset and Vitamin C

Posted by: brian | Oct 12 2014 20:59 utc | 6

more on ebola and scurvy

Ebola, Lassa fever and Nurse Pineo


Posted by: brian | Oct 12 2014 21:21 utc | 7

this refers to 2005, when there was another ebola outbreak and scare:

'the 2005 epidemic in Angola which was first referred to as an Ebola like virus has now been called the Marburg Virus'

and before that in this sort of illness has been around a while. And yet again the media R driving their readers into panic mode...not that different to that used by the word 'terrorism'

Posted by: brian | Oct 12 2014 21:25 utc | 8

Dallas, Texas, is close to where I live; and it is of real concern, because national leaders here and in Europe keep announcing that we are to expect Ebola cases in our countries. By their account, it seems to be as predictable and inevitable as the sun coming up in morning. It is less the disease itself than the leaders which are the considerable source of panic, since they keep telling us not to worry. Evidence would seem to contradict their glib assurances that we are in good hands.

US authorities have not yet restricted air fights coming from African countries that are devastated by this plague. And there is no airport screening that is of any real use.

There were mistakes made in this initial case of Mr. Duncan, in Dallas. Duncan was sent home with antibiotics after first coming to hospital; and he did not tell staff he had come into contact with any person infected with Ebola. He only said he was recently in West Africa. When he became sicker after a few days, and was being taken back to hospital, he vomited strenuously on the sidewalk in front of his apartment.

Subsequently, the apartment's maintenance man simply hosed off the sidewalk with a power sprayer. There were delays regarding putting Duncan's family into quarantine; and when sheriffs deputies were sent to the Duncan apartment, they went inside without any protective gear, and without instructions on how to take precautions once they were inside.

Today we learn that one of the nurses caring for the now deceased patient has tested positive for Ebola.

I am left with questions concerning the nature of the disease, and have reason to doubt the talking points we have been given concerning how it is transmitted. Quite a number of health care people have died themselves of Ebola, in West Africa, after using full prophylactic precautions. And what's more, if we are told that the disease has a 21 day incubation period; then I'd like to know how the nurse, in Dallas, has tested positive this soon. Duncan had only been in hospital for ten days when he died.

I have the terrible feeling that the hubris of First World countries is making a frightful and misplaced showing of confidence. We are told this is under control, and the notice of what may happen if the number of live infections surpasses the ability of the authorities to trace the multiplying contacts of the sick people, is something that is not being taken into consideration.

Posted by: Copeland | Oct 12 2014 21:26 utc | 9

a parallel with Polio is suggestive: again a fever illness :

The empirical, clinical basis for Klenner’s statement is found in his paper “The Treatment of Poliomyelitis and Other Virus Diseases with Vitamin C”, published in the July 1949 issue of the Journal of Southern Medicine and Surgery. On pages 211-212 he writes:

“In the poliomyelitis epidemic in North Carolina in 1948, 60 cases of this disease came under our care. These patients presented all or almost all of these signs and symptoms: Fever of 101 to 104.6°, headache, pain at the back of the eyes, conjunctivitis, scarlet throat; pain between the shoulders, the back of the neck, one or more extremity, the lumbar back; nausea, vomiting and constipation. In 15 of these cases the diagnosis was confirmed by lumbar puncture; the cell count ranging from 33 to 125. Eight had been in contact with a proven case; two of this group received spinal taps. Examination of the spinal fluid was not carried out in others for the reasons: (1) Flexner and Amoss had warned that ‘simple lumbar puncture attended with even very slight hemorrhage opens the way for the passage of the virus from the blood into the central nervous system and thus promotes infection.’ (2) A patient presenting all or almost all of the above signs and symptoms during an epidemic of poliomyelitis must be considered infected with this virus. (3) Routine lumbar puncture would have made it obligatory to report each case as diagnosed to the health authorities. This would have deprived myself of valuable clinical material and the patients of most valuable therapy, since they would have been removed to a receiving center in a nearby town.

“The treatment employed was vitamin C in massive doses. It was given like any other antibiotic every two to four hours. The initial dose was 1,000 to 2,000 mg, depending on age. Children up to four years received the injections intramuscularly. Since laboratory facilities for whole blood and urine determinations of the concentration of vitamin C were not available, the temperature curve was adopted as the guide for additional medication. The rectal temperature was recorded every two hours. No temperature response after the second hour was taken to indicate the second 1,000 or 2,000 mg. If there was a drop in fever after two hours, two more hours was allowed before the second dose. This schedule was followed for 24 hours. After this time the fever was consistently down, so the drug was given 1,000 to 2,000 mg every six hours for the next 48 hours. All patients were clinically well after 72 hours. After three patients had a relapse the drug was continued for at least 48 hours longer — 1,000 to 2,000 mg every eight to 12 hours. Where spinal taps were performed, it was the rule to find a reversion of the fluid to normal after the second thy of treatment.

Posted by: brian | Oct 12 2014 21:36 utc | 10

This is just the beginning folks. The ebola or Marburg has great genes for adaptation. Despite what you hear from CDC, the airborne threat is coming like sundown.

USAMRID has been diddling with ebola for years and they seek live test subjects without compensation.They have them now, not just in W Africa, but in most 1st world countries.

Posted by: Ben Franklin | Oct 12 2014 21:58 utc | 11


Posted by: jisdj | Oct 12 2014 22:14 utc | 12

@9 copeland.. thanks for that. i also have a number of questions like you and remain concerned.

Posted by: james | Oct 12 2014 22:35 utc | 13

@6,7 & 8 brian

Thanks for the info, very interesting stuff there...

Posted by: really | Oct 12 2014 22:47 utc | 14

Yes, a huge opportunity for the pharmaceuticals.

there are alternatives that some health practitioners are suggesting are efficacious that aren't patented profit makers. For instance (for only one example) large doses of intravenous Vitamin C.

For a beginning list check out:

What They’re Not Telling You: 4 Natural Ways to Fight Ebola

Posted by: juannie | Oct 12 2014 23:00 utc | 15

The Dallas patient has to have infected one more person to reach the African infection rate of 2 for Ebola and create a logarithmically expanding hot spot. So far there is no justification for the Elite’s call to be happy and calm. The media never discusses quarantining all West African travelers for 21 days before entry. That would be too expensive and disruptive of trade. They are betting that detection and treatment is so great in the West that when an infected person travels here, they won’t create a hot spot. In the current neo-liberal world, the need for more money for the few outweighs all risk to society from the possibility of a worldwide bloody hemorrhagic epidemic; not to mention, climate change or risking WWIII by destabilizing Russia.

Posted by: VietnamVet | Oct 12 2014 23:41 utc | 17

FromProf. Francis Boyle NEW YORK, October 8 (RIA Novosti) – The United States may be behind the deadly Ebola outbreak in Liberia and Sierra Leone,
two West African countries known to host American biological warfare laboratories, a University of Illinois College of Law scholar told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
"US government agencies have a long history of carrying out allegedly defensive biological warfare research at labs in Liberia and Sierra Leone. This includes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is now the point agency for managing the Ebola spill-over into the US," Prof. Francis Boyle said.
"Why has the Obama administration dispatched troops to Liberia when they have no training to provide medical treatment to dying Africans? How did Zaire/Ebola get to West Africa from about 3,500km away from where it was first identified in 1976?"
The US has pledged as many as 4,000 troops to the region. Thomas Duncan, 42, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the US, died on Wednesday. He caught the virus in his native Liberia and traveled to see relatives in the US.
"Why is the CDC not better-prepared for this emergency after the US government spent about $70 billion since the anthrax attacks of October 2001 to prepare for this exact contingency?" Boyle said.

Posted by: Jocelyn Braddell | Oct 13 2014 1:11 utc | 18

IMPORTANT************* PLEASE READ****************IMPORTANT*****************PLEASE READ

by Jon Rappoport


This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.

What exactly have they been doing?

Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone?

Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing?

Have Tulane researchers and their associates attempted any experimental treatments (e.g., injecting monoclonal antibodies) using citizens of the region? If so, what adverse events have occurred?

The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea, and Liberia—said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak—has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting the future use of fever-viruses as bioweapons.

Is this purely defensive research? Or as we have seen in the past, is this research being covertly used to develop offensive bioweapons?

For the last several years, researchers from Tulane University have been active in the African areas where Ebola is said to have broken out in 2014.

These researchers are working with other institutions, one of which is USAMRIID, the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, a well-known center for biowar research, located at Fort Detrick, Maryland.

In Sierra Leone, the Tulane group has been researching new diagnostic tests for hemorrhagic fevers.

Note: Lassa Fever, Ebola, and other labels are applied to a spectrum of illness that result in hemorrhaging.

Tulane researchers have also been investigating the use of monoclonal antibodies as a treatment for these fevers—but not on-site in Africa, according to Tulane press releases.

Here are excerpts from supporting documents.

Tulane University, Oct. 12, 2012, “Dean’s Update: Update on Lassa Fever Research” (.pdf here):

“In 2009, researchers received a five-year $7,073,538 grant from the National Institute of Health to fund the continued development of detection kits for Lassa viral hemorrhagic fever.

“Since that time, much has been done to study the disease. Dr. Robert Garry, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, and Dr. James Robinson, Professor of Pediatrics, have been involved in the research of Lassa fever. Together the two have recently been able to create what are called human monoclonal antibodies. After isolating the B-cells from patients that have survived the disease, they have utilized molecular cloning methods to isolate the antibodies and reproduce them in the laboratory. These antibodies have been tested on guinea pigs at The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and shown to help prevent them from dying of Lassa fever…

“Most recently, a new Lassa fever ward is being constructed in Sierra Leone at the Kenema Government Hospital. When finished, it will be better equipped to assist patients affected by the disease and will hopefully help to end the spread of it.” [The Kenema Hospital is one of the centers of the Ebola outbreak.]

Here is another release from Tulane University, this one dated Oct. 18, 2007. “New Test Moves Forward to Detect Bioterrorism Threats.”

“The initial round of clinical testing has been completed for the first diagnostic test kits that will aid in bioterrorism defense against a deadly viral disease. Tulane University researchers are collaborating in the project.

“Robert Garry, professor of microbiology and immunology at Tulane University, is principal investigator in a federally funded study to develop new tests for viral hemorrhagic fevers.

“Corgenix Medical Corp., a worldwide developer and marketer of diagnostic test kits, announced that the first test kits for detection of hemorrhagic fever have competed initial clinical testing in West Africa.

“The kits, developed under a $3.8 million grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health, involve work by Corgenix in collaboration with Tulane University, the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, BioFactura Inc. and Autoimmune Technologies.

“Clinical reports from the studies in Sierra Leone continue to show amazing results,” says Robert Garry, professor of microbiology and immunology at the Tulane University School of Medicine and principal investigator of the grant.

“We believe this remarkable collaboration will result in detection products that will truly have a meaningful impact on the healthcare in West Africa, but will also fill a badly needed gap in the bioterrorism defense.

“…The clinical studies are being conducted at the Mano River Union Lassa Fever Network in Sierra Leone. Tulane, under contract with the World Health Organization, implements the program in the Mano River Union countries (Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea) to develop national and regional prevention and control strategies for Lassa fever and other important regional diseases.

“Clinical testing on the new recombinant technology demonstrates that our collaboration is working,” says Douglass Simpson, president of Corgenix. “We have combined the skills of different parties, resulting in development of some remarkable test kits in a surprisingly short period of time. As a group we intend to expand this program to address other important infectious agents with both clinical health issues and threat of bioterrorism such as ebola.”

The third document is found on the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation Facebook page (no login required), dated July 23 at 1:35pm. It lays out emergency measures to be taken. We find this curious statement: “Tulane University to stop Ebola testing during the current Ebola outbreak.”

Why? Are the tests issuing false results? Are they frightening the population? Have Tulane researchers done something to endanger public health?

In addition to an investigation of these matters, another probe needs to be launched into all vaccine campaigns in the Ebola Zone. For example. HPV vaccine programs have been ongoing. Vials of vaccine must be tested to discover ALL ingredients. Additionally, it’s well known that giving vaccines to people whose immune systems are already severely compromised is dangerous and deadly.

Thanks to for discovering hidden elements of the Ebola story.



The United States is responsible for spreading the deadly Ebola virus, claims a Liberian-born American professor Dr. Cyril Broderik


Dr. Broderik claims that the United State Defence Department has genetically modified Ebola and have been testing it on humans.

Ebola has thus far killed about 3000 people in Africa since its first breakout in early May 2014.

Dr. Broderik is a professor of agriculture in a US state university and claims that Ebola is Genetical Modified Organism (GMO) and the US has selected certain African countries where they have been testing the effectiveness of the virus on people.

He said that Us must stop using Africans as guinea pigs when testing their researches.

“Reports narrate stories of the US Department of Defense (DoD) funding Ebola trials on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone,” wrote Broderik in a column on The Daily Observer.

According to Outbreak News Today, Broderick has urged African people and countries to pursue criminal and civil redress for damages against the U. S., Canada, France, and the U. K. for their “detestable and devilish deeds”.

The university has since distanced itself from Dr. Broderik’s claims, saying that his comments have nothing to do with any research the professor is doing at the university.

“The university is not going to abridge his First Amendment rights to give his opinion about the issues of the day,” said Carlos Holmes, a spokesman for the school.

“I’m not sure Dr. Broderick is doing research in this area. He’s a plant scientist and there’s no research like that relating with pathogens and viruses taking place in Delaware State University,” he added.



October 18, 2007

New Wave staff


The initial round of clinical testing has been completed for the first diagnostic test kits that will aid in bioterrorism defense against a deadly viral disease. Tulane University researchers are collaborating in the project.

Corgenix Medical Corp., a worldwide developer and marketer of diagnostic test kits, announced that the first test kits for detection of hemorrhagic fever have competed initial clinical testing in West Africa.

The kits, developed under a $3.8 million grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health, involve work by Corgenix in collaboration with Tulane University, the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, BioFactura Inc. and Autoimmune Technologies.

“Clinical reports from the studies in Sierra Leone continue to show amazing results,” says Robert Garry, professor of microbiology and immunology at the Tulane University School of Medicine and principal investigator of the grant.

“We believe this remarkable collaboration will result in detection products that will truly have a meaningful impact on the healthcare in West Africa, but will also fill a badly needed gap in the bioterrorism defense.”

Under the grant, Tulane is leading a three-year study designed to develop better tests for viral hemorrhagic fevers, which are caused by arenaviruses known to be potential bioterrorism agents due to their high fatality rate and ease of transmission from person-to-person.

The clinical studies are being conducted at the Mano River Union Lassa Fever Network in Sierra Leone. Tulane, under contract with the World Health Organization, implements the program in the Mano River Union countries (Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea) to develop national and regional prevention and control strategies for Lassa fever and other important regional diseases.

The Tulane work includes the enhancement of laboratory diagnostic capacity, surveillance and training in laboratory diagnosis, clinical management and infection and environmental control.

Dan Bausch, director of the Tulane program in West Africa, says, “These initial clinical test results have shown that it is possible to develop a detection system that will have a meaningful impact on the practice of medicine and quality of life in sub-Saharan Africa.”

The first patent application from the collaboration has been submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Darryl Sampey, chief executive officer of BioFactura, says, “This application is the first of many that we expect will come from the collaboration with Corgenix and the other parties.”

“Clinical testing on the new recombinant technology demonstrates that our collaboration is working,” says Douglass Simpson, president of Corgenix. “We have combined the skills of different parties, resulting in development of some remarkable test kits in a surprisingly short period of time. As a group we intend to expand this program to address other important infectious agents with both clinical health issues and threat of bioterrorism such as ebola.”




Posted by: susetta | Oct 13 2014 1:53 utc | 19

I assumed they sent the troops because they can't refuse.

Posted by: guest77 | Oct 13 2014 2:00 utc | 20

@18- thanks Susetta. That might explain why the US has a monopoly on Ebola patents:

Assignment April 25, 2011



See also

Perhaps this explains the Boots on the ground in West Africa- those unlucky enough to have contracted the virus are now the property of uncle sam.

Posted by: Nana2007 | Oct 13 2014 2:14 utc | 21

@ b: "It will increase funding for research into a vaccine and it will at least lead to better treating methods."

Yeah, if you actially have access to health care, and can afford treatment. Remember b, this the USA, where millions of people have NO access to health care, especially in Texas.

Posted by: ben | Oct 13 2014 2:16 utc | 22

From RT:

Posted by: ben | Oct 13 2014 2:54 utc | 23

(That is not as deadly as life, mind you, as life has a total fatality rate of 100%.)

Can't argue with that!

I was taking the Ebola scare seriously until:
1. The USA decided on a Military Solution and sent thousands of troops to "help" to "fight" it in Africa.
2. Prompted by USA's well-publicised, and counter-intuitive, military reaction, my suspicions led me to discover that Ebola is approximately as infectious as HIV under eerily similar conditions.
3. Like Ebola, HIV's origins are obscure, or have been obscured by the kind of 'debate' in which Climate Science has become mired.
4. Given that Big Pharma has produced VERY EXPENSIVE drugs for the treatment/management of HIV, I expect that a similar 'solution' will be found for Ebola by Big Pharma (which turned the Patent system on its head by patenting slices of the Human Genome on the basis of 'discovery' rather than 'invention'.

I'm with b. Ebola is a (Made in the Lawless USA) scam.

Posted by: Hoarsewhisperer | Oct 13 2014 3:07 utc | 24

23 (Cont)

5. In Oz, it's striking to observe the number of non-medical individuals jockeying for positions as hi-profile (scare-mongering) "experts" on Ebola, and how many of those have also been scare-mongering on that other US creation, ISIS.

Posted by: Hoarsewhisperer | Oct 13 2014 3:20 utc | 25

crisis, reaction, solution.

global warming, climate *change* [sic]
boko haram

cui bono ?

who cry wolf raised the alarm of *global threat* [reaction]
then supply the *solution* ?

in case u havent noticed, its always us who set the ball rolling , then almost on cue uk , oz would jumped in and ramp up the fear porn..
im surprised isis havent *beheaded* an aussie yet , but it seems
they had actually *thwarted* such a plot, just in time hehehe !

that fukus exploited the the above *crisis* is beyond doubt.
they practically monopolised the reaction-solution stages.
now the big question, is it just *coincidence* that whenever zwo needs a rationale , god always step up to plate ?
or is it a case of god helping those who help themselves ?

for a hint if its even needed,
u can go right back to 1898 for a clue,
uncle sham isnt the kind of guy like crassus [1] who sat on his ass all day waiting for a call to come in, he goes out to look for sparks and ignite it himself !

crassus was the world's first fire brigade operator, except he'd offer to buy the burning property for a pittance, if the owner refused he'd just let the place burned to the ground !

elementary watson

Posted by: denk | Oct 13 2014 3:51 utc | 26


Q: Let me ask you specifically about last week's scare here in
Washington, and what we might have learned from how prepared we
are to deal with that (inaudible), at B'nai Brith.

larry cohen, usa soo,
A: . There are some reports, for example, that some countries have
been trying to construct something like an Ebola Virus, and that would be a very dangerous phenomenon, to say the least.

Alvin Toeffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise certain types of pathogens that would be ethnic specific so that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races

So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at
work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other

indeed, mr cohen, indeed !
any idea which country seems to have more than its fair share
of mad scientists working on fiendish projects to wreak terror on other nations, hehehehe

five yrs later, 2003, the world's first *ethnic bomb* hit the chinese and im not talking about only mainland chinese !

anybody who has been at this *game* long enough ought to know how
to read between the lines by now.

zwo rule 2
when a cun points his finger at others, he had four fingers pointed
back right at himself !

this isnt mere rheotorics but based on decades of zwo watching....
when u see a muricun soo, no less, accusing other countries
engaging in some exotic weapon projects thats a sure sign that the
murcuns have been up to their eyeballs in it and most likely already have it in their arsenals !

Posted by: denk | Oct 13 2014 7:18 utc | 27

zwo watch rule 6
with the illuminati, u can never be too cynical !

Posted by: denk | Oct 13 2014 7:25 utc | 28

Ebola should not be underestimated. While its infection rates are not as high as the common flu, it has much higher fatality rates.

Also, people often seem unable to understand exponential growth rates and the possibility that new carriers (dogs and other mammals) may become entrenched in Europe and the US. Until now Ebola was confined to very small populations in remote villages. The current outbreak not only jumped to large population centers but also to other African nations and continents.

This is serious and should not be treated in a derogatory way. The fact that the common flu is still much more deadly in pure numbers does not mean that Ebola could not reach quite catastrophic levels.

In a globally connected world an infectious disease like this was bound to happen. Simple statistics.

The way forward needs to be to not lose your head, try to contain it and build more facilities in the expectation that, if Ebola starts to dwindle away once again, a new and more infectious disease might spread globally in the not too distant future.

So no, Ebola should not be treated lightly, regardless of whether it occurred naturally or not. The next pandemic will come as surely as the sun rises in the morning. We need to be prepared and hope that Ebola burns itself out.


Posted by: HnH | Oct 13 2014 8:30 utc | 29

larry cohen's interview scrubbed from the doo website !
i wonder why ?

Posted by: denk | Oct 13 2014 9:57 utc | 30


While I prefer my 'conspiracy theory' noticing the proven correlation between US GMO bT corn feed grain dumping to Mexico, Viet Nam, China and Russia, the very same hot spots where 'avian flu' (sic) wiped out a large share of their chicken production, and looked at the few small animal studies which showed that GMO bT corn's LD50 toxicity is mere grams ingested, yet then Monsanto succeeded in converting this 'avian flu' (sic) of GMO-poisoned poultry into a giant profit for Rumsfeld and his ilk with Taviflu, ...nevertheless, I've had dengue fever, which is passed by MOSQUITOES, and it's not very fun, nor do I eat GMO, or drink booze or sit on my ass in front of the boob tube sucking down HFCS sodas, so it's not in the 'immune system natural healing' theory of disease as 'industrial weakness'.

Mosquitoes may very well be the 'One Thing' vector nobody wants to talk about.

And we don't all die. There are The Chosen.

Posted by: ChipNikh | Oct 13 2014 12:09 utc | 31

It's not a huge profit opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry because they wouldn't be slinging the vaccine in the West. The reason there are no effective vaccines against diseases like ebola or malaria is that the victim pool cannot pay at the margins that drug companies want.

Further still, once the spread of the disease ceases, it is very difficult to run clinical trials against an infection that doesn't have a continuously circulating population of infected patients in a defined region. Experimental group: 0 cases in 15000 patients. Placebo group: 0 cases in 15000 patients.

Posted by: IhaveLittleToAdd | Oct 13 2014 12:21 utc | 32

@HnH#29: "While its infection rates are not as high as the common flu, it has much higher fatality rates."

While we can never be sure what will happen in the rapidly evolving world of microorganisms, EVD is likely to remain significantly more virulent than influenza (albeit less contagious due to the different modes of transmission). However, so far all of our experience has been in sub-Saharan Africa -- mortality rates of EVD (as well as it's spread) are certain to be much lower in places like Europe or North America where more sophisticated supportive care, tracking methods, protective equipment, and body disposal procedures are available.

Posted by: BobS | Oct 13 2014 13:11 utc | 33

Mosquitoes may very well be the 'One Thing' vector nobody wants to talk about.
Posted by: ChipNikh | Oct 13, 2014 8:09:04 AM | 31

Mosquitoes is a very interesting point to make. My understanding, re HIV, is that it can't be spread by mosquitoes (in a temperate climate) because the virus dies very quickly if its temperature drops a certain (forgotten) number of degrees below body temperature. And a mosquito full of blood, being small, is instantly at ambient temperature.

When I first heard of the vulnerability of HIV to low temperatures, I thought it could form the basis of a 'cure' by simply lowering the body temperature of HIV-infected people, but apparently it's not that simple.

In any case, it would be interesting to learn whether Ebola has a 'mortality temperature' like HIV.

Posted by: Hoarsewhisperer | Oct 13 2014 14:59 utc | 34

The vaccine, which was developed by scientists at the Public Health Agency of Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, will be tested on 20 healthy volunteers at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Silver Spring, Md.

Studies in primates have shown the vaccine prevents infections, if given before exposure, and increases survival chances among those who get it quickly after exposure.

The results from the Phase 1 human trials will be completed by December.

The Canadian vaccine is not a first. The American vaccine is almost finished trials. The Russian vaccine is being set up for trials in west Africa. I predict all will be well by April.

Posted by: TikTok | Oct 14 2014 4:06 utc | 35

ChipNikh 31

another *exercise* that turned *live*....

*What script is the US military-intelligence structure following here? As it turns out, a very particular one prepared in advance: a Haiti "disaster relief scenario" was envisaged by the US military one day before the earthquake. The Pentagon's Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) happened to be at the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in Miami preparing to run a "simulation" that involved providing relief to Haiti in the wake of a hurricane. Next day the earthquake happens, and Southern Command decides to "go live" with the integrated military response system it was supposedly "testing." Does that remind you of anything? Operation Vigilant Guardian on 9/11? The London Underground exercise on 7/7,
mh370, mh17,

The highly coordinated and massive military response from the US makes sense if it took only one "switch" to mobilize 20,000 US troops, an aircraft carrier, the USS Bataan prison ship, CIA drones and a vast array of high-tech equipment in what is unmistakably a sophisticated plan of invasion. Other revelations compound the sinister implications of the Pentagon's "exercise." Lt. Gen. Ken Keen, deputy director of U.S. Southern Command, flew into Port-au-Prince on the morning of the 12th and was outdoors along with all but one of his team of officers when the quake struck at 5pm. Keen is now overseeing U.S. military operations as commander of Joint Task Force Haiti. The Times reported that the British government withdrew its navy from the Caribbean only weeks before, making it the "first time that the Royal Navy has had a significant gap in cover in the Caribbean since the 17th century."

coincidences ?
do u think god delivered an earth quake just at the right time or a case of god helping those who help themselves ?

Posted by: denk | Oct 14 2014 4:13 utc | 36

I think this will be taken advantage of those wishing to maintain the charade once known as the GWOT. Suicide bombers?? Why not suicide carriers of ebola, arriving in urban centers? I think we are on the verge of something huge. Hope I'm wrong. This ebola thing gives a leg-up to tyranny and the police state. They've now got an "enemy" to insert under our beds that requires no ideological rationale.

Posted by: PissedOffAmerican | Oct 14 2014 16:33 utc | 38

some of the *exercises* that went *live*..
tip of an iceberg.
well u can add mh370, mh17, haiti earthquake etc to it for a start.

major fema exercise coming in nov !

would it *turn live* ;-) ?

Posted by: denk | Oct 15 2014 3:30 utc | 40

run for your life babe !
here comes the walking ebola bioweapons !
*US and UK security experts have hyped an attack by an Isis suicide bombers infected with Ebola* [1]

every fucking *global threat* ever known to men has been promoted by fukus , usually abetted by fukusa[ustralia].
may be they sense that its time to expand the scope of this *international community* a bit, so they rope in another nato partner spain for effect.. [2]



Posted by: denk | Oct 15 2014 3:41 utc | 41

way back in 2003,
bush already enacted a *farsighted* executive order EO13295 which
*allows “the apprehension, detention, or conditional release of individuals to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of suspected communicable diseases....
including Cholera; Diphtheria; infectious Tuberculosis; Plague; Smallpox; Yellow Fever; and Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers (Lassa, Marburg, Ebola, Crimean-Congo, South American, and others not yet isolated or named)* [1]

in case u havent noticed,
prez for change obama has just *upgraded* bush executive order 13295, enabling him to mandate apprehension and detention of Americans who merely show signs of "respiratory illness." !
*Obama replaced subsection (b) of the original Bush executive order which referred only to SARS, which now allows for the detention of Americans who display, “Severe acute respiratory syndromes, which are diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.*
just in time for the obola *global threat* ! [2]

that was quick !



Posted by: denk | Oct 15 2014 16:11 utc | 43

so a joint pandemic *preparedness project* by FEMA and the financial industry has been in the works for two yrs now, culminating with two full scale pandemic exercises in November. !

do fema and the feds know something that we dont ???

Posted by: denk | Oct 16 2014 3:43 utc | 44

insider knowledge !!!
a freudian slip ?
*DART teams were notified months ago they would be activated in October. Timing seems weird. *

Posted by: denk | Oct 16 2014 9:56 utc | 45

The mishandling of Ebola becomes more fascinating every day as the apparently enforced-silence of insiders makes clear just how "tight a ship" wrt non-transparency the Obama Administration is. Again, the Obama defenders (who act like he's new to the job and that nothing is his fault) are slowly circling the wagons as the CDC and the Texas Hospital are to be sacrificial lambs, however, given the lead-time before this "first case" and now (at least) two nurses infected (who knows how many total in quarantine) -- by normal, non-Obama standards -- this would be a serious national security breach. The most recent nurse's airplane trip is just quite simply staggering. And it not like Ebola has not been around for 20+ years as a recognized entity -- though apparently what we thought we knew about transmission and mutability seems to have been strikingly off the mark, possibly catastrophically so.

Again, I get the impression of a very badly performing team, but distinctly without the Jimmy Carter "micromanagement" excuse. Much more, if today is Tuesday, this must be Belgium, smile at the teleprompter.

Posted by: Susan Sunflower | Oct 16 2014 13:43 utc | 46

CDC and the Texas Hospital didn't do their jobs. They don't need direction from our Official Plutarchy Spokesmodel.

Posted by: rjj | Oct 16 2014 15:28 utc | 47

what are they trying to hide ?

Posted by: denk | Oct 16 2014 16:39 utc | 48

Each new case makes me realize how lucky we've been so far ... that ER waiting room/visit by the first patient (when he was sent home), the other passengers on the plane ... It may not be wildly contagious, but it appears to be more contagious than advertised.

Posted by: Susan Sunflower | Oct 16 2014 17:14 utc | 49

scrubbing stories -- they're demonstrating their utter incompetence in managing a crisis, since doing so will merely heighten paranoia about "information they're keeping from us" ... having blithely offered false assurances, they are probably about to move into "demonize the terrified" while ignoring just how many Americans already seriously mistrusted and disliked (even loathed and/or hated) the American Medical industrial complex (something "believers" always discount as irrational and "fringe").

Posted by: Susan Sunflower | Oct 16 2014 17:45 utc | 50

Interesting materials on ascorbic acid mentioned earlier in thread.

Posted by: really | Oct 16 2014 22:44 utc | 51

The global village needs to pull together a massive and effective action to combat ebola in western Africa. To merely institute a travel ban on western Africa without monumental treatment and preventative measures working alongside the travel restriction on west africa would be cruel at best. The globe cannot and should not turn its collective backs on western Africa. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) treatments should be utilized. There is real tangible research and results that show the beneficial value of using intravenous Vitamin C treatments to eradicate ebola sickness as posted by brian earlier in this thread. After reading the links below, I personally is not that afraid of ebola anymore. Ebola seems to be preventable and treatable with Vitamin C.

Posted by: really | Oct 16 2014 23:39 utc | 52

Global village on the move">">move

Posted by: Nana2007 | Oct 17 2014 0:51 utc | 53

NPR news radio had a long segment, apparently it's nuts in Texas -- parents keeping kids home from school because another kid's parent is a first responder who might have interacted with one of the Ebola patients. Politician who tried to educate lack-of-transmission-risk by personal example, publicly denounces as putting public at risk.
It is nuts. We're told that transmission is ONLY by personal contact, but then "officials" quarantine vacant resident apartments. The cremated remains of patient #1 were refused by a cemetery.
Seems as if the reported incubation period seems 'off'. Didn't the two nurses came down with the disease awfully quickly? And both of them apparently had/have no idea of what "breach" occurred, i.e. no needle stick or spill.
I had to laugh when the CDC guy said "This is not a drill" because that's exactly what I was thinking. You do so many drills in healthcare, attend inservices and take pass/fail proficiency tests. One of the nurses, I believe, said they had never discussed Ebola before patient #1 arrived -- that's really really really bad lack-of-planning. So many groups should have been pushing for standardized continuing education months ago. It was inevitable that there would eventually be a patient #1, even if it was just a false-alarm.

Posted by: Susan Sunflower | Oct 17 2014 3:41 utc | 55

Susan Sunflower 50
*scrubbing stories -- they're demonstrating their utter incompetence in managing a crisis,*

there's method in all these alleged incompetence !

js ;-)


when the myanmar govt accused msf of favoring the roghingya
muslims over the mainstream budhists, i believed them. [1]
not that the generals are angels on earth but coz it fits the msf m.o.

by now we all know that the msf functioned as a virtual medical
battalion for the syrian terrorists
*the Wall Street-funded organization is providing support for militants armed and funded by the West and its regional allies, most of whom are revealed to be foreign fighters, affiliated with or directly belonging to Al Qaeda and its defacto political wing, the Muslim Brotherhood.

This so-called "international aid" organization is in actuality yet another cog in the covert military machine being turned against Syria and serves the role as a medical battalion. *[2]

during the attack on serbia, the msf kicked out the greek chapter coz the greeks were treating the serbs victims of muricunt bombardment !
*Christian humanitarian organizations are collecting millions of dollars to help ethnic Albanians but not one penny goes to a hungry or suffering Serbian child. The 1999 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, France's Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) or Doctors without Borders, (DWB) recently expelled the Greek arm of DWB because the Greeks showed compassion by treating those injured in Yugoslavia during NATO's bombing campaign, just as they showed compassion when
Greece was the first country to go to Turkey's aid following the tragic earthquake.* [3]

when the sheeples heard that afghan talibans had *murdered* dutch
msf members in cold blood, their instinctive response were *fuck those raghead savages* !
but this is what the taliban spokesman Latif Hakimi said
*MSF as a protege of the US, it was punished for its service of US
interest in Afghanistan. * !
could it be that the dutch were caught red handed doing something
positively un-medical ?
dont forget, dutch => nato ! [4]

now why'd the africans accuse the msf of *spreading ebola* ?
*Though the angry villagers may not quite understand the geo-political aspects of this dirty game, they evidently sense that something is very strange about this latest disease outbreak. The fact that their suspicions point to an NGO group, which they would have had no way of knowing was a CIA-Mossad front, is most intriguing. The fear and suspicion (instincts) of the villagers is nothing to be laughed at!*

zwo rule 2
*assuming the worst of fukus would give u tremendous predictive power*
[courtesy the assinated press]


about the rohingya unrest...
*In 1978 the military leader of Bangladesh, General Ziaur Rahman,
together with the military intelligence service of Bangladesh, the DGFI, and the United States CIA began radicalizing the Rohingya in
Myanmar. Their plan was to use the displaced Rohingya to establish a
national state in Myanmar´s Rakhine State*





Posted by: denk | Oct 18 2014 4:55 utc | 56

right from the start, the msf was the first one calling for troops from the *international community* , aka the fukusa, to police the *epicentre* of ebola.

one cun exclaimed in cif
*if the benign and independent msf is calling for troops on the ground, u know the situation is very dire indeed !*

i told him, +kid, there's a jungle out there...+

its getting curiouser and curiouser now,
what a bunch of good fellas !
who, cdc, bill gates, soros, big pharma, unicef and ....msf

Posted by: denk | Oct 19 2014 15:59 utc | 57

know anybody in darpa, patent holder of the haarp ;-)

Posted by: denk | Oct 21 2014 6:57 utc | 58

the asian tsuami, 2004
another *excercise * that turned *live* ?


murcun soo larry cohen,
*Others [sic] are engaging even in an eco type of terrorism, whereby
they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes or volcanos remotely, through the use of electromagnetic waves.*

if *others * are doing it, do u think the murcuns would be very far
behind ?
i'd say its a given that the murcuns were leading the pack !

six yrs later, we witnessed the *asian tsunami* !

typical m.o. of an muricun *humanitarian task force*......
*India completely converted the survey ship INS Nirupak into a 50-bed floating hospital in less than 72 hours, then sent it unarmed to help the desperate people of Aceh in Indonesia. . By direct comparison, America sent combat ships and armed Marines. The US Navy has two 1,000 bed hospital ships, the 'Comfort' and the 'Mercy', but neither one was dispatched. *

a freudian slip ?
Condoleeza Rice's Unbelievably Arrogant "Profitable" Tsunami
At a recent Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on her
appointment by Bush to the post of Secretary of State, Condoleeza
Rice declared that the tsunami constituted "a wonderful opportunity to show not just the US government, but the heart of the American
people." "And I think it has paid great dividends for us," she added.

many didnt believe its a natural disaster...

* on 29 December the India Daily Editorial publicly questioned the
nature of the event: "Was this a showdown by a country to show the
region what havoc can be created" ... "Given the level of devastation and given the fact India is a regional power in South Asia, [the] Indian Navy has an obligation to investigate and tell the world *

*The French Government has shown an interest in this unbelievably
arrogant gaffe, with a former director of the French Government
"Centre National de la recherche Scientifique" putting to bed any
notion that the tsunami was a 'natural event'. THe author, physicist Dr Jean Pierre Petit, provides some excellent photographs of American-occupied Diego Garcia, and predicts a very chilling future for America, if a similar 'natural event' should accidentally happen in the Canary Islands*

the ever ready nuclear strike humanitarian groups,
it almost looks like they had been standing by, !

*Needless to say the Australians were merely the advance party, soon
to be joined by a curiously well prepared and equipped U.S. Military, though it is doubtful that any of the officers and men involved really comprehend what is going on. Only a handful thought to question why they had been spending a whole year training for a "Humanitarian Mission", when the whole point of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps is normally to kill people in very large numbers. Just look at Fallujah, people, look at Fallujah*

As if by magic, the Pentagon managed to have two battle groups
ready to sail at an instant's notice from Hong Kong and Guam during
the normally chaotic Christmas to New Year period. Crikey! Military
discipline has come a hell of a long way since my day, when everyone
including the ship's cat was sleeping it off at some highly questionably hostelry or another. Not these 10,000+ Americans though, who must have been standing rigidly to attention beside their hammocks day and night, tugging furiously at their forelocks whenever an officer of NCO came in sight.

Now then, though 'Strike Group 5' may be toting enough nuclear
weapons to destroy half of the known world, and the title is perhaps
lacking when viewed from a strictly humanitarian perspective, engineer chief Staff Sgt. Julio C. Dominguez says otherwise: "The Marine Service Support Group has been preparing for a humanitarian mission of this type for about 12 months now, and is more prepared for an actual mission". Well, OK chief, but didn't you ask why you were being trained for a mysterious humanitarian mission a year before it actually happened, especially when your day job is normally shooting Muslims full of holes?

The really sneaky (inexplicable) bit came as both battle groups
entered the Indian Ocean. The USS Abraham Lincoln looked about as
innocent as a carrier with 70 attack planes can look, but was already carrying 2,000 marines instead of her normal complement of around 500. That is a huge amount of grunt firepower to put on the deserted streets of Banda Aceh, especially when Wall Street normally expects these marines to die quietly for Zion in Iraq. Now then, how did they know the extra marines would be needed before team one left Hong Kong, because the surplus 1,500 marines were certainly not just
standing around on Kowloon dock waiting to hitch a ride. *

cui bono ?
"Who is insane enough to kill more than 150,000 civilians just to hang on to power?" Based on their past performance in Iraq and other
luckless countries, it would seem that the only realistic candidates are Wolfowitz and company, striving as always to create a "One World

somebody tried to gag joe....
*Predictably perhaps, I remain permanently barred by American
multinationals including Yahoo and PayPal, and more recently have
had completely unacceptable restrictions placed on my web page
layouts and graphics by others, who for the present will not be named.

All seem intent on removing my content from the Internet completely,
or in gaining 100% editorial control over my work.*

was joe viall liquidated ?
joe vialls died of a mysterious *chest pain* soon after this article was written.

Posted by: denk | Oct 21 2014 17:56 utc | 59


Posted by: denk | Oct 22 2014 3:15 utc | 60

nancy wri-bola
john cant-lie

* Can you help me understand what the purpose of inserting these messages would be (especially the big bang theory bit where they pretty much infer that it was done on purpose with Bernadette's sarcastic tone)? Surely they realize CTists would pick up on it and use it against them, so why do it in the first place?

There are a few reasons-
1.) Many of these globalists are Satanists. In ritual magic it is necessary to inform the victim of the spell being cast in order for it to work. Keep in mind, it doesn't matter if you believe in Satan, they do
2. Predictive programming helps generate the Reaction part of Problem, Reaction and Solution.
3. Arrogance- They honestly feel that they can not be stopped so what's the harm in broadcasting it? Think of the stereotypical Superhero/Super villain expository scene where the villain reveals all his plans to the hero.*

Posted by: denk | Oct 22 2014 3:17 utc | 61

Total CEO Plane Crash Robs Putin’s Russia of Outspoken Oil

i now believe the globalists are satanists who revel in sending us msg hidden in plain sight. looks like all those seemingly coincidental numerical patterns do have a *story* to tell ! [1]
but numerology aside,
what'd fleming's rule say about these *coincidences* ?

Air Algerie Flight 5017
A witness reported seeing a ball of flame in the crash area at about 1.50am, suggesting the tragedy happened in minutes.
One witness said it was “as if a bomb had fallen” on the desert, and
that the plane had hit the ground at a steep angle and at full speed, ruling out any attempt at an emergency landing
we have the pending performance on a France/Russia deal whereby
Russia is to receive delivery of two Mistral warships. Maybe certain elitist elements would rather see France breach the contract?

Air France 447, like MH 370, MH 17, and AH 5017 also “vanished
without a word from the crew.” Perhaps, then, the official report
regarding Air France 447, which explained the affair in terms of heavy weather, a high altitude stall, and pilot error also happens to more or less describe what occurred with AH 5017?

Then again, it was reported regarding Air France 447 that:
“Two pilots of an Air Comet flight from Lima to Lisbon saw a bright flash of light in the area where Flight 447 went down, the Madrid-based airline told CNN. The pilots have turned in their report to authorities.

“Suddenly, we saw in the distance a strong and intense flash of
white light, which followed a descending and vertical trajectory and
which broke up in six seconds,” the captain wrote in the report.
The flash of light contributes to the theory that an explosion is what brought down Flight 447, which was carrying 228 people from Rio de Janeiro to Paris.”

on board was china's top defence scientist , xiao xiang, who
oversee the nuclear submarine and nuclear aircraft carrier program.
china was colloborating with brazil in a nuclear submarine research,
xiao was on his way back to china.

To be sure, these reports have gone down the memory hole. [1]

*A "murderous" earthquake? Mother nature "kills" people, but she
doesn't set out to murder them! Could this be French Intelligence's
way of getting the message out that the earthquake was not in fact an act of nature? Does the Ethiopian Airlines plane that went down in flames shortly after take-off from Beirut airport on January 24 have anything to do with this? The wife of the French ambassador to
Lebanon was among a party of French officials killed in this "crash"
which The Times indicated may have been caused by sabotage. Three
days before the "crash", Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri had met
the French Ambassador to discuss "bringing stability" to the Middle
East, something that certain people would obviously prefer not to
The Boeing 737 was described by witnesses as "fire falling down from
the sky". Marla Pietton, wife of the French ambassador to Lebanon,
was among those on board. The Lebanese army said the plane was
on fire shortly after take-off, while a defense official added that some witnesses reported the plane broke up into three pieces. With all these interesting pieces of information, it's curious that Lebanese President Michel Suleiman ruled out sabotage immediately - contradicting other reports which suggested sabotage immediately or have "not ruled it out." Perhaps Suleiman wanted to avoid the uncomfortable and likely conclusion in advance. Assuming for a moment that foul play was involved, if the wife of the French ambassador was the target, who was sending a message to France, and why? * [2]

total ceo De Margerie, 7/14
*There is no need to trade oil for the dollar" *
Nothing prevents anyone from paying for oil in euros,The price of a barrel of oil is quoted in dollars. A refinery can take that price and using the euro-dollar exchange rate on any given day, agree to make the payment in euros.”

de margerie was called to god yesterday, he died a fiery an air *accident* ! [3]




Posted by: denk | Oct 22 2014 4:19 utc | 62

Even paranoids can have real enemies ...

Ebola: Are U.S. Bioweapons Labs the Solution, or the Problem?

White House to Cut Funding for Risky Biological Study

Hundreds of bioterror lab mishaps cloaked in secrecy

Is This A New, More Virulent Ebola?

Obama Seeks $260M Boost for Protecting African Disease Labs

UW-Madison scientist Kawaoka on front lines in fight against Ebola

Posted by: jfl | Oct 22 2014 22:45 utc | 63

Air France 447, MH 370, MH 17, AH 5017, eal409, Cessna 560XLS [1]
Falcon 50, [2]

cui bono ?

the first rule of probability theory,
ian fleming's rule
*its enemy action !*



Posted by: denk | Oct 23 2014 3:34 utc | 64

*We are also reminded that attacks on our security personnel and our institutions of governance are by their very nature attacks on our country, on our values, on our society, on us Canadians as a free and democratic people who embrace human dignity for all. But let there be no misunderstanding. We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated.*

where did i hear this before, the bushes, blair, cameron, howard, abbot, obama...did they read from the same script ?

aq, boko haram, isis,
that gift that never stop giving...

Posted by: denk | Oct 23 2014 16:01 utc | 65

It's not just the psychologically deformed ...

Science and the Left 2 : The Society Connection

On a larger scale, the U.S. Pentagon now controls about half the annual $75 billion federal research and development budget with obvious repercussions for the militarization of priorities.

I sat on an airplane not too long ago coincidentally next to an MIT biologist whose interest was comprehending human biological functions and dysfunctions. By his own reckoning, he was not at all political or ideological, but he nonetheless had no confusions about the context of his work.

“What we do, what we can do, even what we can think of doing is overwhelmingly biased by the need for funding which, nowadays, means the need for corporate funding or, if government, then a government that is beholden overwhelmingly, again, to corporations or to militarism,”

he reported. It was, in his view, just common knowledge. He added,

“More, the corporations have a very short time horizon. If you can’t make a very strong case for short run profits, forget about it. Find something else to pursue, unless, of course, you can convince the government your efforts will increase their killing capacities.”

This is the deadly combination of market competition and profit seeking plus militarist governments doing what they do. It yields perverse science.

... it's everybody in the West working forced to hustle for a living. And that's a lot more inclusive than it used to be.

Posted by: jfl | Oct 24 2014 5:39 utc | 66

lets cut to the chase! Who knows what kind of Ebola are we looking at here? Even the doctors on the front line are in the mist of confirming their suspicions that this is a highly contagion version never seen before. So any presumptions that its the virus of old should be SHOT and worked from a clean sheet! If this things is from the US Bio weapons lab as some suspect, you can be dame sure its highly contagious.

Posted by: Victor | Oct 24 2014 15:53 utc | 67

be afraid......

nuclear terrorism drill !
*The emergency response agencies in New York City are practicing for a 10-kiloton nuclear detonation in mid-town Manhattan, that will blow down skyscrapers in a half-mile radius, kill 100,000 people outright, cause damage up to 2 miles away, and cover the metro area with radioactivity.*

Posted by: denk | Oct 24 2014 16:23 utc | 68

Who Benefits from the Death of the French Oil Giant Total’s CEO Christophe de Margerie?

*This is very similar to the assassination of Enrico Mattei, head of the Italian oil company, in 1962 by the CIA.* [1]

*Oil Minister Enrico Mattei [anticommunist resistance hero and "the most important individual in Italy", responsible more than anyone for the "Italian economic miracle" --New York Times] also sought to make his country independent of the Anglo-American Cartel.

In October 1960, Mattei blew fuses inside offices of US-UK Oil Cartel and in the White House and 10 Downing Street. “Mattei was in Moscow… Moscow and the vast Russian petroleum resources became [reminiscent of the assassinated German Minister Rathenau 's situation in the 1920s] the focus of European negotiations.”

Once again the Anglo-Americans stood dead opposed to success of negotiations with Moscow [and the collapse of their illicit cartel].

“On Oct 27, 1962, under circumstances which to this day stir speculation and charges of sabotage, the private airplane carrying Mattei crashed after taking off from Sicily en route to Milan, killing all three on board.”

“Perhaps it was merely a coincidence that CIA chief John McCone, at the time of Mattei’s suspicious death, held more than $1 million in shares in Standard Oil of California (Chevron).”

At the time of his death, Mattei had been preparing for a trip to meet with President Kennedy who was then pressing the US oil companies to reach an agreement with Mattei.* [2]

*In 1960, after concluding the agreement with the Soviet Union and while negotiating with China, Mattei publicly declared that the American monopoly was over.* [3]




Posted by: denk | Oct 25 2014 4:36 utc | 69

an interview.....

*Is Ebola just a result of health crisis in Africa - because of the large gaps in personnel, equipment and medicines - as some experts [sic]suggest?/

like i said many times before on sars, bird flu, swine flu hfucknf etc,

the sanitation angle simply doesnt hold water.
sg, sk, japan have been badly hit by any or all of these,
dengue/sars/bird/swine flu etc
but i havent heard any such craps creating havoc in india, for example !

*This is just propaganda being put out by everyone. It seems to me,
that what we are dealing with here is a biological warfare work that was conducted at the bio-warfare laboratories set up by the USA on the west coast of Africa. And if you look at a map produced by the Center of Disease Control you can see where these laboratories are located.

And they are across the heart of Ebola epidemic, at the west coast of Africa. So, I think these laboratories, one or more of them, are the origins of the Ebola epidemic.*

elementary watson.

*Could Ebola Have Escaped From US Bio-warfare Labs? * [2]

*escape* my ass !
damn it, this aint no accident., this is biowarfare !
sars was just a field test.
swine flu was the dress rehearsal.

*whats the purpose of this, er, biowarfare* ?

this is three fold, see, the sobs always wanna get the most bang per
+one world govn
+follow the money [military/cdc/big pharma complex]
+follow........china !

*The US military just invaded Liberia. They send in the 101st
Airborne Division
to Liberia. That’s an elite division of combat and they have no training to provide medical treatment to anyone. They are there to establish a military base in Liberia. And the British are doing the same in Sierra Leone. The French are already in Mali and Senegal. So, they’re not sending military people there to treat these people. No, I’m sorry.*

hmm, fukusF [rance] the three amigos , see the pattern ?
how transparent can u get ???
its the oil, its china, stupid !

*Back in 1985, I was down in Nicaragua investigating atrocities of the Contras there and all of a sudden the country was hit with an outbreak of a hemorrhaging Dengue Fever which is similar to Ebola. And it seemed pretty suspicious to me. So I met with some of the highest level officials of the Nicaraguan government and said: “you know, this very well could be US bio-warfare against Nicaragua. They did the same thing to Cuba.* [1]

how many know china is currently attacked by a huge dengue
outbreak ?
hell, there just aint no let up for those grubby chinese eh
sars, bird, swine, hfucknf, dengue, u name it .................?
i wouldnt be surprised if ebola attacks the chinese workers in africa or even china itself tomorrow !

now if someone wanna screw china big time, how about
dropping the dengue and ebola simultaneously ;-)

in case u miss that one, guangdong is where the dengue outbreak
attacked !

*Citing the simultaneous outbreak of the disease in three widely
separated parts of Cuba and that it is “extremely unusual that such an epidemic would commence in three localities at once
,” [**] and the absence of the disease on adjacent islands such as Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Schaap concludes that the pathogen was
purposely introduced into Cuba as a bioweapon.*

thats exactly how this current ebola outbreak started, hitting three
widely separated parts of africa simultaneously !!!


Posted by: denk | Oct 26 2014 7:28 utc | 70

101 airborne in liberia gunning down ebola germs !

Posted by: denk | Oct 28 2014 17:10 utc | 71

where it all began....

Posted by: denk | Oct 31 2014 4:20 utc | 72

this is the second warning within a week from dr piot, the other father of ebola, who fought alongside dr william close and ostensibly save africa from the very first ebola outbreak in the 70's. !

dr piot
*china, be afraid, be very afraid, ebola is gonna get u sooner , not later !!* [1]

if i were xi and co i would take this very seriously !

everybody is so bullish on the chinese getting the ebola bug,
why coz *there'r many chinese workers in africa. thats why * !
makes perfect sense innit ?

well i look at it the other way round.
i do think the chinese will very likely be hit....why they are the
target forchrissake !

follow the chinese.............

*Dreyfuss’ article suggests that Cheney (and thus, the administration) sees China as the biggest long-term threat to those interests. If conflict with China is inevitable, it makes sense to have U.S. bases in Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Iraq and maybe Iran and Syria. If China is dependent on Middle East oil, it makes sense for the U.S. to be able to control how and where it flows from the Caspian Sea and Persian Gulf oil fields. It makes sense to cultivate an alliance with India, risking the accusation of nuclear hypocrisy in doing so. It makes sense to ratchet up tensions on the Korean Peninsula, by linking North Korea to Iran and Iraq, calling it “evil,” dismissing South Korea’s “sunshine diplomacy” efforts and encouraging Japan to take a hard line towards Pyongyang. It makes sense to get Tokyo to declare, for the first time, that the security of the Taiwan Straights is of common concern to it and Washington. It makes sense to regain a strategic toehold in the Philippines, in the name of the War on Terror, and to vilify the growing
Filipino Maoist movement. It makes sense for a man like Cheney, who
decided on Bush’s staff in late 2000, to seed the cabinet with
strategically-placed neocons who have a vision of a new Middle East.
Because (1) that vision fits in perfectly with the broader New World
Order and U.S. plans to contain China, and (2) the neocons as a
coordinated “persuasion” if not movement, with their fingers in a dozen right-wing think tanks, and the Israel Lobby including its Christian Right component, and the academic community, are well-placed to serve as what Dreyfuss calls “acolytes.” [2]

it makes sense to balkanise sudan [3]

to target mali [4]

to attack yemen [5]

to take over libya [6]

to destabilise nigiera [7]

wtf is the god damned africom created for anyway ? [8]
*The initial goal of US domination of Africa is outlined in the AFRICOM documents, and names the eviction of China from the continent as task number one.*

from myanmar to the golden triangle to afpak to africa its the same

*The case in Burma, for those in power in the West, is very simple:
the Chinese out and fukus in!* [9]

*Obama Summons Africa to Washington to Talk Trade (and How to
Cut Out China)* [10]

like the man says, it aint rocket science, watson !

back to africa.....
*The crane, the earthmover and several heavy trucks sit idle in the
closed compound of China Civil Engineering Construction Co., a still-
life portrait showing how Ebola has paralyzed Africa’s biggest
investors. *
and this just for starter......!
when this ebola shit really hits the fan , we'd soon see a mass exodus of chinese workers from africa back home, just like what
happened during the libya attack.
thirty thousand returnees, all possible ebola carriers, fanning out to every corner of china. hey beijing, we've got a problem !
dont forget guangdong already reported many ebola scares, thats
where a nasty dengue attack is currently raging on. imagine
trillions of tiny potential air borne carriers flying all over town !
this is the kind of nightmare that make u sit up in the middle of the night in cold sweat !
be afraid , china, be very afraid !

*A scientist who helped to discover the Ebola virus says he is
concerned that the deadly disease could spread to China, given the
large numbers of Chinese workers traveling to and from Africa.
Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine, said Thursday it’s not “rocket science” that with many
exchanges between the two regions the disease could spread*

it makes sense.....



the african washington !
obama, the son of africa [sic] , summons the african leaders to the
imperial court to tell them how uncle sham is gonna save them from
the dreaded konys, the boko haram etc, the scary ebola and those
*chinese colonists* currently *raping* africa....

Posted by: denk | Nov 1 2014 3:20 utc | 73

to recap...

Posted by: denk | Nov 5 2014 18:02 utc | 74

the cifers are having a field day denouncing chinese ivory trade in tanzania.

*meanwhile, the three amigos ukus, france are firmly embedded in their former colonies under the woE[bola] mantra.
nice one, africom*

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Posted by: denk | Nov 7 2014 3:04 utc | 75

on chinese ivory trade in tanzania....

*Better to shoot the Chinese consumer and trafficker and artisan involved in the Ivory trade than an elephant. Cease buying anything from China until this stops. Make the case for reparations and an injunction against China in the World Court.*

*u mean the world court that fails to prosecute the ukus for crimes against humanities in iraq, libya, exyugo, syria, ukraine, indonesia, nam, laos, cambodia......just to name a few ?*

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* Human on human crime is traditional and unremarkable [sic], The world has a collective duty to protect wildlife.*

*who harps the most on human rights...ukus !
who has been making a living blasting alleged human rights transgressions in china....ukus !
now when the talk is on ukus crimes against humanities , suddenly it becomes *traditional and unremarkable* wtf !

if shxts like this is considered *unremarkable*
i wonder if the three of u qualifies to be called humans in the first place ?

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Posted by: denk | Nov 7 2014 4:05 utc | 76

robber crying out robbery...
exhibit 1001

* at a time when the world is grappling with an unprecedented Ebola crisis, the wall of secrecy surrounding the Russian laboratories looms still larger, arms-control experts say, feeding conspiracy theories and raising suspicions* [sic]

Posted by: denk | Nov 7 2014 10:49 utc | 77

Raymond davis ,dengue, malaria and what not in pakistan, plus the
usual suspects usaid and WHO....

*The center was established to eradicate Malaria but it, instead caused its growth in the areas of Punjab, Pakistan. The center was not however discovered how to control Malaria mosquitos as announced
but how to cultivate even deadlier forms (Dengue Virus Carriers) of it (Bonosky, 2001). In 1981, Tens of citizens of Lahore living near this research center were attacked by swarms of mosquitos of a species unusual for the area. People stung by them fell ill with Yellow Fever, hepatitis, jaundice and went mad. Those doomed were not saved by any remedies and antidotes (Ziauddin Sardar, 1982). Reports in the magazines say, "Doctors in Lahore are investigating the tragic effects of a drug administered to some poor patients of Green Town. Four of such patients have developed serious psychiatric disorders. It is alleged that they have been given an anti-malaria drug, which is still in the experimental stage. Until those responsible for the experiment are made to disclose the nature of the drug, it is not possible to say as exactly what has happened to the four unfortunate patients – aged between 15 and 25 years (Haq, 2011)."
In 1981, Government of Pakistan expelled Dr. David Nalin as persona non grata for the involvement into the mosquito breeding (MICHAEL T. KAUFMAN, 1982). The whole operation of CIA was blown and forced to close by law enforcement agencies of Pakistan.* [1]

rings a bell ?

ebola 2014.....
*this is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent
investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.

What exactly have they been doing?

Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone?

Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has
recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing?
Have Tulane researchers and their associates attempted any
experimental treatments (e.g., injecting monoclonal antibodies) using citizens of the region? If so, what adverse events have occurred?

The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of
Guinea, and Liberia—said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola
outbreak—has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting
the future use of fever-viruses as bioweapons.

Is this purely defensive research? Or as we have seen in the past, is this research being covertly used to develop offensive bioweapons?* [2]
(hint) no brainer, does dracula sucks blood ?

ebola 1976....
*The missionary hospital in rural Yambuku, in the heart of the
epidemic, had closed after 11 of 17 staff members died of the disease.

Belgian missionary nurses who had been infected at the hospital died
after they were transferred to Kinshasa, the capital. Roads were
blocked. River traffic and commercial air service stopped. Military
personnel shunned the epidemic area”
The missionary hospital in Yambuka was under threat from something
that is not mentioned. I haven't a clue what it was. What is clear is that the missionary hospital was 'ground zero' for the breakout. A Belgian Catholic/Christian missionary hospital. Sound at all familiar? Ring any bells for you present day? The first American to contract Ebola was a Christian missionary.*

The missionary hospitals are breeding grounds for disease spreading,
this is why they are often shunned by the locals- Not because the
locals are backwards? The hospitals are shunned because the locals
are aware of this history.
Was this some sort of experiment? It feels as if it was an attempt to release then reign in a rather uncommon fever virus. The placement of obviously CIA affiliated William T Close front and center? His relationship with the dictator? His position as the army doctor? His access to resources? His connections? He certainly seems well placed in a way that goes beyond happenstance.*

and aids....
*Willam T Close ran a hospital in Kinshasa, a large hospital,
coincidentally in that area there were a high percentage of people
infected with AIDS as tests had shown. Yet, in the rural area the
prevalence of infection was stable and low?
Could the low and stable infection rate in the rural areas have
something to do with the rural dwellers not availing themselves of the christian run 'health care' facilities in Kinshasa? * [3]




Posted by: denk | Nov 10 2014 3:44 utc | 78

im lost for words ...
is it the land of the mushrooms ?
[kept in the dark and fed bs all day]
or land of the absurd ?
or land of the retards ?
how about land of the cunts ?

[robber crying robbery]cubed !

*China suspected of breaching U.S. Postal Service computer networks* [sic]

wow, those scary chinese and russian hacking in every orifice of
the cunts day in day out !

*China has been relentless exploiting our cyber systems for data on individuals, our military R&D and our infrastructure for dams, power plants, water systems. The reasons for this are either black mail to the US in times of crisis or the death of millions of Americans in time of war. Nice people the Chinese.

So what does the fool do today? Announces a liberalization agreement making it easier for chinese nationals to come to the US. Which of course the mainlanders will use to push sleeper agents ever faster into the US. If Obama had a brain, it can't be proven. In any case why in the world would Obama reward the Chinese given their rotten behavior of late? More madness from that guy.*

*excellent post*

Posted by: denk | Nov 11 2014 0:42 utc | 79

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