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Thursday, 16 October 2014

Is Ebola a Hoax?


There is something very strange about the intense international hype surrounding what appears to be, at least at this point in time, the non-crisis of Ebola. Three months into the outbreak, and it turns out that only a relative handful of people have died in West Africa (after receiving vaccines from Western 'aid workers'!) and one man has died (allegedly) in Dallas. Yet, if we were only to judge by the intensity of the media coverage, one would think we are experiencing a re-run of the Black Death of Medieval times.

Consider, according to WhiteHouse.gov:
"the annual human flu in the U.S. "results in approximately 36,000 deaths and more than 200,000 hospitalizations each year. In addition to this human toll, influenza is annually responsible for a total cost of over $10 billion in the U.S."
According to the World Health Organization:
"Every winter, tens of millions of people get the flu. Most are only ill and out of work for a week, yet the elderly are at a higher risk of death from the illness. We know the worldwide death toll exceeds a few hundred thousand people a year, but even in developed countries the numbers are uncertain, because medical authorities don't usually verify who actually died of influenza and who died of a flu-like illness."
Your intrepid reporter here at The Anti-New York Times personally knew a neighborhood woman in her late 60's who contracted the flu and died back in the 1990's. Many of you may know of a similar case, or know someone else that knows of such a death. The annual flu is no joke, and it is killing far more people each day, as we speak, than Ebola has killed in 3 months!

Why aren't those deaths prominently featured on the front page of the Slimes each day? And why did CNN stage fake incidents of dying Africans? (here) Weren't there enough real Ebola deaths for them to film?

We already know that Ebola has been used as an excuse to deploy U.S. troops to Africa. 

But it's not yet clear what the purpose of Ebola-Mania in the U.S. and Europe is all about. Could it be a diversion that will later be used to restrict liberties? Are we being set up for mass vaccinations which will contain something really funky in them? Will an actual mass-casualty virus be released at a later date, after we have already been psychologically prepped by the current fear-hype? Does someone stand to make a whole lot of money selling vaccines? Or will this whole thing pass over once the occupation and/or conquest of West Africa is complete?

One thing is for certain at this point; this Ebola scam stinks to high heaven!


Professionally made 'Ebola is Real' banners have been raised all over Liberia. If the epidemic is so widespread, would it really be necessary to convince people that 'Ebola is Real'?

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