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World Heath Organization Declares Polio An International Emergency
« Reply #80 on: May 07, 2014, 11:03:10 AM »
World Heath Organization Declares Polio An International Emergency https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRwVby8zGFk
6 May 2014, DAHBOO77

WHO sounds alarm on spread of polio
5 May 2014
, by Ashley Hayes (CNN)
http://edition.cnn.com/2014/05/05/health/who-polio/index.html

NewsBreaker - The World Health Organization Declares Polio An International Emergency
6 May 2014
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http://www.ora.tv/newsbreaker/the-world-health-organization-declares-polio-an-international-emergency-0_67ncoejuf9du


So what do we have going on now:

- Ebola
- Polio
- MERS
- Malaria
- H5N1
- H5N6
- Fungus
- PEDv
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New Avian flu discovered in penguins in Antarctica - scientist
« Reply #81 on: May 07, 2014, 12:13:38 PM »
Avian flu discovered in penguins in Antarctica - scientist
7 May 2014
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http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/05/07/us-birdflu-antarctic-idINKBN0DN0DC20140507


So what do we have going on now:

- Ebola
- Polio
- MERS
- Malaria
- H5N1
- H5N6
- H11N1
- Fungus
- PEDv
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Second U.S. Case of Deadly Mideast Virus Found, CDC Says
« Reply #82 on: May 12, 2014, 07:52:43 PM »
Second U.S. Case of Deadly Mideast Virus Found, CDC Says
12 May 2014
, by Alex Wayne (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-05-12/second-u-s-case-of-deadly-mideast-virus-found-cdc-says.html

Excerpt:

A second U.S. case of a potentially lethal virus from the Arabian peninsula has been identified in Florida, federal health officials said.

The patient is a health-care worker who lives and works in Saudi Arabia, Thomas Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said today.

The first case of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, called MERS-CoV, was an Indiana health-care worker who returned from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on April 24, the CDC reported May 2.

He is now recovered and was released from the hospital two days ago.

The CDC has sent staff to Saudi Arabia to work with the World Health Organization to seek more information about the virus, and is tracking more than 500 passengers on three flights the Florida patient took within the U.S.

“There is no way we can effectively protect Americans only by working within the U.S. borders,” Frieden said today during a telephone briefing on the newest case.

The coronavirus has caused 538 cases of illness in 12 countries and 145 deaths, including 112 deaths in Saudi Arabia, according to the CDC, citing the World Health Organization.

The WHO’s emergency committee is scheduled to meet tomorrow to decide whether MERS should be declared a public health emergency of international concern.

The latest U.S. patient traveled to Florida from Saudi Arabia on May 1, and went to a hospital emergency department for treatment on May 8, Frieden said.

Tests confirmed the MERS virus and the patient is isolated and doing well, he said.
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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #83 on: May 12, 2014, 09:16:05 PM »
 For some reason this reminds me of the AIDS virus beginnings, I'm not saying I beleive  it will be an epidemic, just remembering.
 

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2nd Case of MERS Hits Florida
« Reply #84 on: May 13, 2014, 10:22:04 AM »
2nd Case of MERS Hits Florida https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ce9VWgz3ZAc

13 May 2014, TheAlexJonesChannel
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Middle East Virus Identified in Third U.S. Patient, CDC Says
« Reply #85 on: May 18, 2014, 02:07:54 PM »
Middle East Virus Identified in Third U.S. Patient, CDC Says
18 May 2014
, by Alex Wayne (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-05-18/middle-east-virus-identified-in-third-u-s-patient-cdc-says.html

An American who had contact with an Indiana health-care worker infected with a potentially lethal Middle Eastern virus was found to have the disease, though he had no symptoms and didn’t require medical care.

The latest case, located in Illinois, is the third confirmed on U.S. soil, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement.

The original U.S. case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus, or MERS-CoV, involved a person who returned April 24 from Saudi Arabia.

That patient was successfully treated in a U.S. hospital and has since been released.

The newest patient, whom the CDC didn’t identify, “did not seek or require medical care,” the agency said.

Local health officials in Illinois have been monitoring the new patient’s health daily since May 3 as part of the CDC’s review of the outbreak, the agency said.

The man met with the Indiana patient twice since he returned from Saudi Arabia.

The Illinois patient was first tested for MERS on May 5 and results were negative.

A subsequent test turned up positive for MERS antibodies on May 16, though the man never reported feeling sick and is still “feeling well,” the CDC said.

The coronavirus has infected 572 people worldwide, with 173 deaths, according to the CDC and the World Health Organization.

The virus was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012; its origin is unknown and it’s not clear how it spreads.

Health-care workers who treat infected people and others in close contact with them appear to be at the highest risk of contracting the illness.

Current Recommendations

“This latest development does not change CDC’s current recommendations to prevent the spread of MERS,” said David Swerdlow, who is leading CDC’s MERS-CoV response, in the agency’s statement.

“It’s possible that as the investigation continues, others may also test positive for MERS-CoV infection but not get sick.”

In addition to the Indiana and Illinois patients, a 44-year-old man in Orlando, Florida, who arrived from Saudi Arabia on May 1 was diagnosed with MERS.

He was admitted to Orlando’s Dr. P. Phillips hospital on May 8.

He was “in good condition and continuing to improve,” the hospital said May 12.

A spokesman for the hospital, Geo Morales, didn’t immediately respond to an e-mail today asking about the Orlando patient’s current condition, or the results of tests on hospital workers.

At least 20 workers at Philips were tested for MERS and one was admitted to the hospital, although the person wasn’t found to carry the virus.

Symptoms of MERS include coughing, fever and respiratory distress. None of the U.S. MERS patients appear to have developed life-threatening illness.
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African Camels Show MERS Virus Is More Widespread Than Believed
« Reply #86 on: May 19, 2014, 09:20:57 AM »
African Camels Show MERS Virus Is More Widespread Than Believed
19 May 2014
, by Simeon Bennett (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-05-19/african-camels-show-mers-virus-is-more-widespread-than-believed.html

The deadly respiratory virus that has spread from Saudi Arabia around the world was found in camels in Nigeria, Tunisia and Ethiopia, showing the pathogen is more widespread than previously known.

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS-CoV, was found in almost all blood samples taken from 358 dromedary camels in Nigeria and 188 camels in Ethiopia, according to a study published online by the Emerging Infectious Diseases journal.

In Tunisia, MERS-CoV was found in 54 percent of adult camels, and in all of the animals from one southern province.

The findings add to previous studies that have found the virus in camels in Spain’s Canary Islands and Egypt, as well as in several nations on the Arabian peninsula, and suggest that there may be undiagnosed human cases in Africa, researchers from the Netherlands wrote in the study.

The blood samples were collected between 2009 and 2011, suggesting the virus was circulating well before 2012 when the first human case was identified, they said.

“The possibility exists that MERS-CoV illness occurred before its discovery in 2012 and that such infection has been overlooked in the areas with evidence for virus circulation among animals during the past 10 years,” the authors wrote in the journal, published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

MERS has sickened at least 614 people, killing 184 of them since 2012, according to the World Health Organization.

While most of the cases and deaths have been in Saudi Arabia, there have been infections in Europe, Africa, Asia and the U.S.

All cases are linked to people who live in or have traveled to the Middle East, or who were exposed to someone who did.

Hospital Practices

The WHO’s emergency committee last week decided against declaring MERS a global health emergency, citing the lack of evidence for sustained human-to-human transmission.

Most of the infections have been because of poor infection-control practices in hospitals, the WHO said.

MERS causes fever, cough and shortness of breath, leading in severe cases to respiratory failure, organ failure and death.

People with weakened immune systems such as the elderly and those with diabetes, cancer or chronic lung disease are most at risk.

There’s no vaccine and no specific treatment.

The potential route of transmission from camels to humans isn’t well understood.

Many cases of the illness have occurred among camel herders and people who visited camel farms or consumed unpasteurized camel milk.

The virus belongs to the same family of pathogens as SARS, which killed about 800 people worldwide after first appearing in China more than a decade ago.

Saudi Arabia expects millions of Muslims from around the world to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina in early October.

The WHO doesn’t recommend any travel restrictions related to MERS, though Saudi Arabia has suggested that pilgrims over 65 years or under 12, and pregnant women, refrain from the journey.
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The deadly Ebola virus could solve France’s immigration problems ”in three months”, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder and honorary president of France’s far-right Front National party, said in remarks which shocked the country’s political establishment.

Speaking on Tuesday night in Marseille shortly before a joint rally with Marine Le Pen, his daughter and current party leader, Mr Le Pen, 85, said: ”There is a demographic explosion in the world and a risk of submersion. A replacement of [the national] population is under way.” However, he added: ”Monsieur Ebola can solve the problem in three months.”

An outbreak in Guinea of the viral haemorrhagic fever, for which there is no effective treatment or vaccine, has crossed international borders for the first time, killing at least 83 people in West Africa.

Mr Le Pen, who is running for the European Parliament in France’s South-East constituency, made the inflammatory remarks during an exchange with French journalists. He went on to tell a crowd of 1500 that France’s immigration situation was ”made worse” by the fact that most immigrants were Muslim, ”a religion whose aim is to conquer”.

More.... http://www.theage.com.au/world/jeanmarie-le-pen-ebola-virus-could-solve-frances-immigration-problem-20140522-zrkmo.html

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Comment: Worth noting. Makes me wonder what they have in mind.

Govt Preps For ‘Zero Day’….CDC Threatens Pilots To Report Sick Passengers

The United States government is preparing for a ‘devastating zero day pandemic’ and is now threatening US airline pilots to report sick passengers on international and interstate flights according to the newly released video report below from Portrblog. You can see the actual CDC reporting tool for pilots below the video.

The Centers For Disease Control has released a flyer which threatens Airline pilots with legal action if they do not report ill travelers. The document specifies that both International and Interstate passengers must be reported if they are ill.  Obviously this action is an indication that either a pandemic is underway or one is expected, and that air travel will be how the pandemic spreads. (STAY OUT OF AIRCRAFT RESTROOMS)

As we have previously reported, The US government is showing major concern for a devastating ‘zero day’ pandemic exploit and is significantly increasing Federal Quarantine Station capacity/ capability. The CDC has also ordered its employees to prepare for a National / International disaster.

The obvious candidates for CDC’s actions are MERS, EBOLA, H7N9 Bird Flu and H1N1 Swine Flu. Of these only EBOLA seems to be of any immediate (albeit fleeting) threat, and as such the Department of Defense has deployed EBOLA detection kits to National Guard units in all 50 states and to military

CDC: PILOTS THREATENED TO REPORT SICK PASSENGERS
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http://beforeitsnews.com/health/2014/05/govt-preps-for-zero-day-pandemic-cdc-threatens-pilots-to-report-sick-passengers-2536584.html
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Villagers Stone Workers Tracking Ebola in Sierra Leone
« Reply #89 on: May 29, 2014, 05:02:12 AM »
Villagers Stone Workers Tracking Ebola in Sierra Leone
28 May 2014
, by Silas Gbandia (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-05-28/villagers-stone-workers-tracking-ebola-in-sierra-leone.html

Sierra Leone said two people died of Ebola yesterday and seven cases of the virus have been confirmed as villagers in the West African nation threatened medical staff trying to control the spread of the disease.

Two patients died yesterday in eastern Sierra Leone, Amara Jambai, director of disease prevention and control at the ministry of health, said in an interview.

Villagers threw stones at medical staff who were trying to inspect one of the bodies yesterday, he said.

“There is denial among the people about the Ebola virus,” Jambai said.

“Members of parliament from both Kenema and Kailahun together with the ministry of health officials have left Freetown to engage the communities and authorities in the districts.”

Sierra Leone reported its first cases of Ebola this week as the disease spread to a third West African nation in the worst outbreak of the deadly virus in seven years.

At least 20 confirmed and suspected cases of the disease have been reported in the country, including four deaths, the World Health Organization said today.

Family removed some Ebola patients from a clinic this week and threatened medical staff trying to place them in isolation.

Isolating Patients

Health authorities had isolated some patients in a village and wanted to move them to a hospital 90 miles away, said Pierre Formenty, a WHO official who specializes in emerging and dangerous pathogens.

That’s when the families took the patients out of the isolation facility, Formenty said today after a media briefing at the United Nations in Geneva.

“By doing that they exposed themselves and they exposed the village,” Formenty said. WHO and health authorities are in discussions with the village to get the patients back, but for the moment they’re still in the village.

The stoning by villagers may have been prompted by the “impatience of the medical team, who went to look for contacts without greeting the villagers, without explaining who they were,” Formenty said.

“We all want to control this outbreak and we will control this outbreak,” he said.

“It will probably take longer than expected, but we cannot do it against the population; we should do it with the population.”

In neighboring Guinea, where the current outbreak began, four new districts reported 14 Ebola cases and four deaths between May 23 and May 26.

All the new cases were linked to the capital, Conakry. That brings the total of Ebola cases to 281, with 185 deaths, according to the WHO. Infections have also been reported in Liberia.

The disease is transmitted to people through the blood and secretions of wild animals.

Humans transmit the virus to each other through contact with blood and other body fluids.

Previous outbreaks have killed as many as 90% of those infected and there are no approved drugs or vaccines to treat or prevent it.
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Saudi Arabia Reveals Surge In MERS Deaths: One Third Of Infected Patients Die
3 June 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-06-03/saudi-arabia-reveals-surge-mers-deaths-one-third-infected-patients-die
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American scientists controversially recreate deadly Spanish Flu virus
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American scientists controversially recreate deadly Spanish Flu virus
11 June 2014
, by Steve Connor (The Independent)
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/american-scientists-controversially-recreate-deadly-spanish-flu-virus-9529707.html

The extinct influenza virus that caused the worst flu pandemic in history has been recreated from fragments of avian flu found in wild ducks in a controversial experiment to show how easy it would be for the deadly flu strain to reemerge today.

Scientists said the study involved infecting laboratory ferrets with close copies of the 1918 virus – which was responsible for the Spanish Flu pandemic that killed an estimated 50 million people – to see how easy it can be transmitted in the best animal model of the human disease.

But other researchers have denounced the research as foolhardy and dangerous.

Critics said that any benefits of the attempts to recreate 1918-like flu viruses from existing avian flu strains do not justify the catastrophic risks if such a genetically engineered virus were to escape either deliberately or accidentally from the laboratory and cause a deadly influenza pandemic.

However, Professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the University of Wisconsin-Madison dismissed the criticisms of his research saying that it is necessary for the development of influenza vaccines and other countermeasures designed to minimise the risks of a future flu pandemic.

“These critics fail to appreciate the precautions and safeguards built into our work, the regulation, review and oversight these studies receive….

The risks of conducting this research are not ignored, but they can be effectively managed and mitigated,” Professor Kawaoka said.

“We know studies like ours advance the field and help those responsible for making decisions about surveillance and pandemic preparedness [to] base decisions on scientific fact, rather than conjecture.

Therefore our research provides important benefits that cannot be achieved by other means,” he said in an email to The Independent.

The study, which was carried out in a secure laboratory with the second highest biosafety level, showed that all the necessary ingredients exist in the wild population of bird flu viruses for the emergence of a virus similar to the deadly 1918 flu strain.

“Because avian influenza viruses in nature require only a few changes to adapt to humans and cause a pandemic, it is important to understand the mechanisms involved in adaptation and identify the key mutations so we can be better prepared,” Professor Kawaoka said.

“The point of the study was to assess the risk of avian viruses currently circulating in nature. We found genes in avian influenza viruses quite closely related to the 1918 virus and, to evaluate the pandemic potential should such a 1918-like virus emerge, identified changes that enabled it to transmit in ferrets,” he said.

The 1918 virus was recreated from eight genes found in avian flu viruses isolated from populations of wild ducks.

Using a technique known as “reverse genetics” the scientists rebuilt the entire virus so that it was 97 per cent identical to the 1918 strain, known from viruses recovered from frozen corpses, according to the study published in the journal Cell Host and Microbe.

Women from the Department of War took 15-minute walks to breathe in fresh air to ward off the influenza virus during World War I (Getty)

Tests on ferrets showed that the virus was still able to cause flu-like symptoms.

When it was further mutated at just seven points, the virus spread easily from one animal to another – indicating that it could cause a pandemic in the human population.

Professor Kawaoka has already come under fire for carrying out previous studies to enhance the transmissibility of the deadly H5N1 strain of avian flu – which is highly lethal to humans but does not pass easily from one person to another – by repeatedly exposing ferrets to the engineered virus.

“Like many of the recent ‘gain-of-function’ studies, this one created a novel virus that is likely both transmissible and virulent in humans,” said Marc Lipsitch, professor of epidemiology at Harvard University.

“This is a risky activity, even in the safest labs. Scientists should not take such risks without strong evidence that the work could save lives, which this [study] does not provide,” Professor Lipsitch said.

Robert Kolter, professor of microbiology at Harvard Medical School, said:

“The scientists doing this work are so immersed in their own self-aggrandisement, they have become completely blind to the irresponsibility of their acts.

Their arguments in favour of such work, i.e. increase ability for surveillance, remain as weak as ever.”

Simon Wain-Hobson, a virologist at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, said:

“The work doesn’t offer us much. The risk of escape is small but non-zero. I do not see such benefits, so on balance we are worse off.”
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Scientists Exposed to Anthrax Bacteria in U.S. Laboratory
« Reply #92 on: June 20, 2014, 11:22:55 AM »
Scientists Exposed to Anthrax Bacteria in U.S. Laboratory
20 June 2014
, by Anna Edney and Michelle Fay Cortez (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-06-19/scientists-exposed-to-anthrax-bacteria-in-u-s-laboratory.html

Excerpt:

About 75 scientists may have been exposed to live anthrax bacteria in government labs after the material was mishandled while being used in experiments, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

The scientists at the CDC in Atlanta were working in lower-security laboratories not equipped for live anthrax and received samples of the bacteria from a higher-security lab, the agency said.

The unintentional exposure was discovered June 13 when live bacteria was found on the original bacteria plates during disposal, Tom Skinner, a CDC spokesman, said in a statement.

“Based on most of the potential exposure scenarios, the risk of infection is very low,” Skinner said yesterday.

Anthrax is a deadly infection caused by the spore-forming bacillus anthracis, more often found in cows and sheep than humans.

CDC is giving potentially exposed workers protective antibiotics and doesn’t believe other CDC staff, family members or the general public are at risk, Skinner said.

Anthrax was highlighted as a potential weapon of mass destruction in 2001 when mail laced with the spores was sent to media organizations and the offices of some U.S. senators.

Five people died after the bioterrorism incident.

A CDC investigation found that lab staff members sent samples of anthrax that were supposed to be inactivated to the lower-security facilities.

The proper procedures weren’t followed and live bacteria was transfered to workers who didn’t wear protective gear, the agency said.
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Doctors Warn Ebola Outbreak Is 'unprecedented'
« Reply #93 on: June 21, 2014, 06:18:17 PM »
Doctors Warn Ebola Outbreak Is 'unprecedented' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXKkqu5mvMw

20 June 2014, Associated Press
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Mapping Africa's "Totally Out Of Control" Ebola Epidemic
« Reply #94 on: June 24, 2014, 07:19:52 AM »
Mapping Africa's "Totally Out Of Control" Ebola Epidemic
23 June 2014
,  by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-06-23/mapping-africas-totally-out-control-ebola-epidemic


So what do we have going on now:

- Ebola
- Polio
- MERS
- Malaria
- H5N1
- H5N6
- H11N1
- Fungus
- PEDv
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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #95 on: June 24, 2014, 09:37:11 PM »
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Ebola 'threatens more West African nations'
« Reply #96 on: June 28, 2014, 10:03:00 AM »
Ebola 'threatens more West African nations' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2bMF0phkGE
 
27 June 2014, Al Jazeera English
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Re: 59 Dead And Rising! Pandemic! Pestilence! Ebola Outbreak!
« Reply #97 on: July 02, 2014, 03:15:59 PM »
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/07/02/us-health-ebola-westafrica-redcross-idUSKBN0F714220140702?
Fear and cash shortages hinder fight against Ebola outbreak
By Kwasi Kpodo
ACCRA Wed Jul 2, 2014 12:41pm EDT

(Reuters) - West African states lack the resources to battle the world's worst outbreak of Ebola and deep cultural suspicions about the disease remain a big obstacle to halting its spread, ministers said on Wednesday.

The outbreak has killed 467 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone since February, making it the largest and deadliest ever, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

West African Health ministers meeting in Ghana to draw up a regional response mixed appeals for cash with warnings of the practices that have allowed the disease to spread across borders and into cities.

Abubakarr Fofanah, deputy health minister for Sierra Leone, a country with one of the world's weakest health systems, said cash was needed for drugs, basic protective gear and staff pay.

"In Liberia, our biggest challenge is denial, fear and panic. Our people are very much afraid of the disease," Bernice Dahn, Liberia's deputy health minister, told Reuters on the sidelines of the Accra meeting.

"People are afraid but do not believe that the disease exists and because of that people get sick and the community members hide them and bury them, against all the norms we have put in place," she said.

Authorities are trying to stop relatives of Ebola victims from giving them traditional funerals, which often involve the manual washing of the body, out of fear of spreading the infection. The dead are instead meant to be buried by health staff wearing protective gear.

Neighboring Sierra Leone faces many of the same problems, with dozens of those infected evading treatment, complicating efforts to trace cases.

RED CROSS STAFF THREATENED

The Red Cross in Guinea said it had been forced to temporarily suspend some operations in the country's southeast after staff working on Ebola were threatened.

"Locals wielding knives surrounded a marked Red Cross vehicle," a Red Cross official said, asking not to be named. The official said operations had been halted for safety reasons. The Red Cross later said only international staff were removed.

A Medecins Sans Frontieres center in Guinea was attacked by youths in April after staff were accused of bringing the disease into the country.

<For a map of the region affected by Ebola, please click on link.http://reuters.com/fyj32w >

Ebola causes fever, vomiting, bleeding and diarrhoea and kills up to 90 percent of those it infects. Highly contagious, it is transmitted through contact with blood or other fluids.

WHO has flagged three main factors driving its spread: the burial of victims in accordance with tradition, the dense populations around the capital cities of Guinea and Liberia and the bustling cross-border trade across the region.

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Crisis talks held as Ebola death toll soars
« Reply #98 on: July 02, 2014, 10:31:59 PM »
Crisis talks held as Ebola death toll soars https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDGAzP4Fql0

2 July 2014, Al Jazeera
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Sierra Leone moves to contain Ebola spread
« Reply #99 on: July 03, 2014, 12:57:00 PM »
Sierra Leone moves to contain Ebola spread https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvAiwhqaW4Y

3 July 2014, Al Jazeera
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UN: Deadliest Ebola Outbreak On Record Could Become Pandemic!
« Reply #100 on: July 04, 2014, 06:09:27 AM »
UN: Deadliest Ebola Outbreak On Record Could Become Pandemic! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puTljO2QEGI

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Biological Hazard Confirmed H1N1 Swine Flu Puts 2 Facilities On Lockdown!
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Biological Hazard At Texas Border! Confirmed H1N1 Swine Flu Puts 2 Facilities On Lockdown! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeqOmL06FFI

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Border guards in Texas are on high alert after two child immigrants were confirmed to have swine flu following their interception trying to cross the border from Mexico.

The minors were diagnosed with the highly-contagious H1N1 virus on Friday at two separate military detention facilities in Brownsville, Texas.

Both centres, at Brownsville and nearby Fort Brown, were today on lockdown as border officials scrambled to contain a potential outbreak, placing some 120 people who came in contact with the juveniles in isolation.

It comes days after Texas officials renewed demands that the federal government take further steps to secure the border as waves of illegal immigrants are turning military bases into makeshift settlements.

Medical teams are stationed inside the detention centers to screen for lice, scabies and chicken pox but not everyone gets medical clearance.

National Border Patrol Council Vice President Chris Cabrera said: 'If someone is released and they are symptomatic, it could spread rapidly.'

Biological Hazard in USA on Monday, 07 July, 2014 at 10:31 (10:31 AM) UTC http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=BH-20140707-44444-USA
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Smallpox vials from 1950s found in U.S. lab storage room
« Reply #102 on: July 09, 2014, 09:00:58 AM »
Smallpox vials from 1950s found in U.S. lab storage room
8 July 2014
, by Julie Steenhuysen and David Beasley - Chicago/Atlanta (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/07/08/us-usa-health-smallpox-idUSKBN0FD2CD20140708

Stray vials of the deadly smallpox virus from the 1950s have been discovered at a federal lab near Washington, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday, the second lapse discovered in a month involving a deadly pathogen at a government facility.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that workers discovered the vials in a cardboard box on July 1 while clearing out an old lab on the National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

The six glass vials contained freeze-dried smallpox virus and were sealed with melted glass. The vials appeared intact and there is no evidence that lab workers or the general public are at risk, said CDC spokesman Tom Skinner.

The mishandling of smallpox follows the CDC's recent mishap in which the agency believed it may have transferred live anthrax samples to a CDC lab that was not equipped to handle them, potentially exposing dozens of employees to the pathogen.

The CDC is testing the vials to see if the smallpox is viable and could make someone sick, said Skinner. After those tests, which could take up to two weeks, the samples will be destroyed, Skinner said.

Smallpox was eradicated worldwide in 1977, but samples of the pathogen are kept in two repositories for research purposes: the CDC's facility in Atlanta and the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology in Novosibirsk, Russia.

The two repositories are monitored by the World Health Organization.

The CDC said it has notified WHO about the discovery. If the specimens turn out to be viable, the CDC said it will invite the WHO to witness the destruction of the smallpox samples.

Skinner said the CDC is working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to determine how and when the samples were prepared and how they came to be stored and forgotten in the FDA lab.

Infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm said the discovery of abandoned vials of smallpox is a reminder to labs globally to take stock of what is in their freezers.

Although there have been concerns smallpox could be used in bioterrorism, the CDC says the chances of that occurring are very low. Currently, the government has a stockpile containing enough vaccine for every U.S. citizen.

The bigger threat, Osterholm said, is that these vials could have fallen into the hands of someone who would convert them into an aerosolized form and use them as a bioterror weapon.

"That could be a disaster," he said.
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Texas Confirms First Case of Mosquito-Borne Virus!
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Texas Confirms First Case of Mosquito-Borne Virus! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOC4nxELbNg
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Texas confirms first case of mosquito-borne virus
8 July 2014
, Austin, Texas (AP)
http://www.kxxv.com/story/25965751/texas-confirms-first-case-of-mosquito-borne-virus

Texas health officials have confirmed Texas' first human case of a mosquito-borne virus that's been rapidly spreading through the Caribbean and parts of Latin America.

The Texas Department of State Health Services said Monday that the Williamson County resident infected with the chikungunya virus had recently returned from the Caribbean.

Health officials say infections are rarely fatal but can cause fever and severe joint pain.

The virus isn't transmitted from direct person-to-person contact, but someone with the disease can be the source of the virus for mosquitoes, which can then transmit the virus to others.

The virus has spread rapidly through the Caribbean and parts of Latin America after local transmission first started late last year. No local spread of the virus has been reported in the continental U.S..
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Pandemic Alert: DOD Places Near Emergency Vaccine Rush Order
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Pandemic Alert: DOD Places Near Emergency Vaccine Rush Order https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7Si9tNm_3o

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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #106 on: July 11, 2014, 04:48:33 PM »
CDC Addresses Lab Safety Problems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dnIiRbqqOE

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Deadliest, Rarest Form of Plague Contracted Near Denver
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Deadliest, Rarest Form of Plague Contracted Near Denver
11 July 2014
, by Sonali Basak and Jennifer Oldham (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-07-11/deadliest-rarest-form-of-plague-contracted-near-denver.html

A Colorado man is infected with the rarest and most fatal form of plague, an airborne version that can be spread through coughing and sneezing.

It is the first case of pneumonic plague seen in the state since 2004, said Jennifer House, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

The man, who hasn’t been identified, may have been exposed in Adams County near Denver, health officials said in a statement.

While House said the man has been hospitalized and treated, she wouldn’t release other details about his situation.

“He’s on treatment long enough to not be transmissible,” House said in a telephone interview.

He may have contracted the illness from his dog, she said, which died suddenly and has also been found to carry the disease.

“We don’t think it’s out in our air,” House said. “We think it’s in our dead animal populations and dead rodent populations.”

Plague in all of its forms infects only about seven people yearly in the U.S..

The disease occurs when a bacteria named Yersinia pestis infects the body, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The difference between the pneumonic and bubonic varieties is that the bacteria takes hold in the lungs in the first case, rather than underneath the skin through insect bites.

Both types are treated with antibiotics.

The state is working “to investigate the source of exposure and to identify those who may have been exposed through close contact with the individual,” the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said in its statement.

“Any individuals exposed will be recommended for antibiotic treatment.”

60 Cases

Colorado has had 60 cases of all types of plague since 1957, and nine people have died, the state said.

“The reaction is leaning toward people who are tired of the protection of prairie dogs on some level,” said Jim Siedlecki, director of public information of Adams County.

“Most people look at them as cute little dogs on the side of the road, but in rural Adams County they are looked at as a rodent who damages crops and is potentially plague-ridden.”

The Deadliest Disease on Earth

Adams County, home to 470,000 residents, with 425,000 living in the Denver metro area, is one of Colorado’s fastest-growing counties and among the 20 fastest-growing counties in the nation.

Untreated plague is fatal, and antibiotics have to be given within 24 hours of the first symptoms to reduce the chance of death.

Symptoms of the disease include fever, headache and and chest pain, along with a pneumonia that develops rapidly causing shortness of breath, chest pain and bloody mucus, according to the CDC.

No Vaccine

There is no vaccine available for plague in the U.S. The bubonic form is the most common, best known for its outbreaks in the Middle Ages.

Colorado officials recommend that residents keep pets away from wildlife, especially dead rodents.

The plague can spread from animals after a large die-offs of prairie dogs, when fleas with the bacteria seek new hosts, according to the state.

“The message we’re trying to get out is that the plague bacteria is present here in Colorado, and to take necessary precautions to avoid getting infected,” House said.


Also see:

Ebola Outbreak, Worst Ever, Needs Drastic Steps, WHO Says http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-06-26/ebola-outbreak-worst-ever-needs-drastic-steps-who-says.html

Dengue Vaccine Shows Promise Against 3 Out of 4 Viruses http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-10/dengue-vaccine-shows-promise-against-3-out-of-4-viruses.html

Ebola Treatments Face Testing Hurdles as Hundreds Die http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-10/ebola-treatments-face-testing-hurdles-as-hundreds-die.html
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Ebola Treatments Face Testing Hurdles as Hundreds Die
« Reply #108 on: July 11, 2014, 06:08:09 PM »
Ebola Treatments Face Testing Hurdles as Hundreds Die
11 July 2014
, by Pauline Bax and Makiko Kitamura (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-07-10/ebola-treatments-face-testing-hurdles-as-hundreds-die.html

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The deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus is raging in West Africa, and experimental drugs have shown promise in animal tests.

So why aren’t they being rushed into emergency use?

Until the medicines are shown to be safe for humans, they can’t ethically be used, researchers and drugmakers say.

That decision comes at a time when Ebola has killed almost 540 people, or 61% of those infected, in an outbreak that according to the World Health Organization may last another three to four months.

“There are survivors of Ebola,” said David Heymann, a professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who has studied Ebola since the first outbreak in 1976.

“Is it ethical to provide a drug when you could be causing a risk to those patients who would survive?”

A safety trial could begin in the first half of next year of an antibody cocktail being developed by the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Canada, the U.S. Army and two drug companies, Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc. of San Diego and Toronto-based Defyrus Inc., said Defyrus Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Turner.

An animal study of an earlier version of the cocktail published in 2012 showed all four monkeys that began treatment within 24 hours of being infected by Ebola survived.

Additional animal studies are under way and need to be completed, Turner said in a phone interview.

The results will be given to U.S. and Canadian regulators early in 2015 before the safety trial can begin, he said.
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Anthrax, Bird Flu Safety Breaches Shut Down CDC Labs
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Anthrax, Bird Flu Safety Breaches Shut Down CDC Labs
11 July 2014
, by Marie French (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-07-11/anthrax-bird-flu-safety-breaches-shut-down-cdc-labs.html

The mistaken release of a dangerous strain of avian flu, following an anthrax scare last month, has spurred the Centers for Disease Control to ban movement of infectious material from its labs, and to close two of them.

The incidents were among five that have occurred over the past decade, the U.S. agency said in a report today.

While no one has become ill from either mishap, both the flu lab and the one containing the anthrax has been shut, the CDC said, and a Senate committee is asking the administration for details.

The flu strain was inadvertently released in March, and top agency officials only learned of it two days ago, when they took action to close the laboratory, according to the report.

In June, more than 80 people were potentially exposed to anthrax at a CDC laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia.

That facility remains closed since the incident.

“These events should never have happened,” said Tom Frieden, the CDC director, in a conference call.

The dangerous H5N1 bird flu strain was found to have contaminated a sample of a less dangerous form of influenza, known as H9N2, that was shipped to a U.S. Agriculture Department facility in Athens, Georgia.

The H5N1 virus is a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu and more than 600 human cases have been reported since 2003.

It can cause severe respiratory illnesses and death. While the virus doesn’t transmit easily between humans, prolonged contact has resulted in infection in some cases, the CDC said.

Appropriate disciplinary actions will be taken for personnel who did not follow appropriate safety and reporting procedures, Frieden said.

Earlier Incidents

The other incidents in the report occurred in 2006, when the same lab shipped vials containing live anthrax and botulism in DNA preparations, and in 2009, when another CDC lab found that a strain of Brucella bacteria had been misidentified.

Beyond the suspension of shipping biological samples from high-biosafety labs and the shuttering of the two labs involved, the CDC will appoint an external group to review policies and also establish a single director for lab safety, according to the report.

This report comes a few days after the CDC announced that unsecured vials of smallpox had been found in a fridge at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. Some of those vials contained the live virus, Frieden said, but no infections have been reported.

The Senate Health, Education Labor and Pensions Committee wrote Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell, whose agency oversees the CDC, and asked for more detailed information about the breaches.

The lawmakers said the incidents necessitate “a serious and careful review of HHS’s policies, procedures, and actions with respect to the appropriate handling of select agents and other serious pathogens.”

Frieden, the CDC director, is scheduled to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on July 17.
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Colorado Man Diagnosed With "Pneumonic Plague" After Family Dog Drops Dead!
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Colorado Man Diagnosed With "Pneumonic Plague" After Family Dog Drops Dead! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHEfozknt0Y
13 July 2014, DAHBOO77

Deadliest, Rarest Form of Plague Contracted Near Denver
12 July 2014
, by Sonali Basak and Jennifer Oldham (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-07-11/deadliest-rarest-form-of-plague-contracted-near-denver.html

Colorado man diagnosed with PLAGUE after family dog drops dead
12 July 2014
, by Ryan Gorman and Associated Press Reporter (Daily Mail)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2689982/Colorado-man-diagnosed-PLAGUE-family-dog-drops-deadethal-infection.html

- This is the first case in the state since 2004

- It is believed to have been transmitted by fleas
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Cholera outbreaks have been reported in nine of South Sudan's states
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Cholera outbreaks have been reported in nine of South Sudan's states http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-28275123
12 July 2014, (BBC)

A cholera outbreak has spread to nine out of 10 states in South Sudan. Thousands of people have been infected. If untreated, the disease can be fatal.

The outbreak also adds to a growing hunger crisis in the country. One charity warns that it is spreading rapidly, and is likely to get worse as heavy rains are predicted for the coming weeks.

Catarina Moh reports.
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Four Cases of Life-Threatening Plague Found in Colorado
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Four Cases of Life-Threatening Plague Found in Colorado
19 July 2014
, by Sonali Basak and Jennifer Oldham (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2014-07-18/four-cases-of-life-threatening-plague-found-in-colorado.html

Three more plague cases were found in Colorado, a week after the first infection of the deadliest form of the disease was reported in the state in a decade.

The man initially reported with pneumonic plague on July 11 is hospitalized.

Two of the new cases also had pneumonic plague, while the third had a milder form.

All four cases may be linked to the original man’s dog, which died from the illness, state health officials said.

The people newly-found to be infected were treated with antibiotics, recovered, and are no longer contagious.

Health officials suspect the dog that died may been exposed to plague-infected fleas from a prairie dog or rabbit, said Jennifer House, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment department.

“We’ve had quite a number of cases this year,” House said in a telephone interview. “We do believe the outbreak itself to be over.”

Colorado has had 60 cases of all types of plague since 1957, and nine people have died.

Twelve cases of plague have occurred in the past decade in the state. The state’s investigation is ongoing, House said.

Western States

There are three main types of plague. Septicemic plague occurs when the bacteria proliferates in the bloodstream.

Bubonic plague takes hold underneath the skin. Pneumonic plague, the most serious, can be spread through coughing and sneezing and occurs when the bacteria enters the lungs.

Plague in all of its forms usually infects an average of seven people yearly in the U.S., and is found mostly in the western states of Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The disease is transmitted by fleas, which pick up a bacterium called Yersinia pestis in infected animals such as chipmunks, prairie dogs, ground squirrels, mice and other mammals.

“While this is not a daily, weekly, or monthly occurrence, it isn’t without precedence,” said Jim Siedlecki, director of public information of Adams County, where the original victim lives, in a telephone interview.

“A case of plague where fleas and prairie dogs are involved isn’t earth shattering for Colorado.”


Also see:

Deadliest, Rarest Form of Plague Contracted Near Denver http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-11/deadliest-rarest-form-of-plague-contracted-near-denver.html

Ebola Survivor Shunned as a Zombie Joins Fight Against Virus http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-10/ebola-treatments-face-testing-hurdles-as-hundreds-die.html

Flu Drug Fighting Resistant Strains to Seek U.S. Approval http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-17/flu-drug-fighting-resistant-strains-to-seek-u-s-approval.html
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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #113 on: July 19, 2014, 03:25:26 PM »
I have been saying one of the volunteer doctors or nurses is gonna bring that stuff back to the US....and everyone is going to act stupid.."how did that happen?"

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Possible Epidemic? The Chikungunya Virus Is Starting To Spread In America
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Possible Epidemic? The Chikungunya Virus Is Starting To Spread In America
21 July 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-21/possible-epidemic-chikungunya-virus-starting-spread-america
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Possible Epidemic? The Chikungunya Virus Is Starting To Spread In America
21 July 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-21/possible-epidemic-chikungunya-virus-starting-spread-america

lbr,

You can bet those in the recent influx who suffered with full blown dengue fever, Chagas' Disease and leprosy were picked up at the border by robotic controlled limos, and ferried to the "Down Town" of every large population center in the country... then dropped off...

I just "luv" the globalists... they have such a unique and twisted sense of humor... the grotesque bat-shit eating little pukes.

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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #116 on: July 23, 2014, 09:03:09 PM »
Head Doctor Fighting Africa's "Out Of Control" Ebola Epidemic Contracts The Virus
23 July 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-23/head-doctor-fighting-africas-out-control-ebola-epidemic-contracts-virus

Excerpt:

A month ago we mapped the current state of the Ebola crisis in Africa, which has claimed over 600 lives in recent months, and which according to the director of operations of medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières, Bart Janssens, has grown into an "epidemic which is totally out of control."

He added that "Ebola is no longer a public health issue limited to Guinea: it is affecting the whole of West Africa," urging WHO, affected countries and their neighbours to deploy more resources especially trained medical staff.
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China Seals Off Yumen City After Outbreak Of Bubonic Plague
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China Seals Off Yumen City After Outbreak Of Bubonic Plague
23 July 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-23/china-seals-yumen-city-after-outbreak-bubonic-plague

Excerpt:

With Colorado suffering from pneumonic plague, and the dreadfully sad report of Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracting the virus, it appears China is taking no chances.

As Yahoo reports, Chinese officials have blocked off parts of Yumen, a city in northwest China, preventing about 30,000 of the city's people from leaving after one resident died from bubonic plague.

About 150 people who had contact with the plague victim have been placed under quarantine but US experts are perplexed at the response,

"there's something here that we don't know, because this seems a very expansive response to just one case."
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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #118 on: July 24, 2014, 01:33:02 PM »
Liberian Man Tested For Ebola In World's Fourth Most Populous City
24 July 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-24/liberian-man-tested-ebola-worlds-fourth-most-populous-city

This would be the first recorded case of one of the world's deadliest diseases in Nigeria, Africa's biggest economy and most populous nation, with 170 million people and some of Africa's least adequate health infrastructure.
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Re: Weaponized Ebola A NWO Dream Come True If USA Gets Hit Hard
« Reply #119 on: July 24, 2014, 07:17:29 PM »
How will the new comer illegals play a roll in all of this?

I'll bet $1000 quatloos on the 'new comers'  that they bring a number of deadly diseases.


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