EBOLA FACTS ONLY

ONE DEATH IN USA — A MAN FROM WEST AFRICA WITH ADVANCED STAGE OF THE DISEASE!

EBOLA DEATHS BY COUNTRY

1 MAN DEAD in USA coming home with Advanced Contact Exposure in West Africa

USA RESEARCH LED TO EBOLA OUTBREAK — Dr. Cyril Broderick, Liberian Scientist, at the University of Liberia

USA DoD paid Tekmira, a Canadian pharmaceutical company, $140 Million for Ebola trials on humans started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and lab in Kenema, Sierra Leone. This research work involved injecting and infusing healthy humans with the deadly Ebola virus. DoD is listed as a collaborator in a “First in Human” Ebola clinical trial # NCT02041715 begun January 2014 — 2 Months prior to the March Ebola Epidemic.

kenema-lab

Laboratory at the Kenema Government Hospital in Sierra Leone

Click to see US Trial description on US GOV website

Click for More details about USA Medical Research that caused Epidemics

FACTORS CAUSING EBOLA IN WEST AFRICA:

  1. Limited access to soap
  2. Limited access to running water
  3. Areas of extreme poverty
  4. Limited sanitation to help control the spread of disease.
  5. Cultural practices of Close physical contact with the deceased
  6. Washing and kissing the bodies of the dead
  7. Hospitals lack basic supplies and are understaffed.

Click for Source for these facts

Began in Guinea Dec 2013 — Spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone

Nigeria 20 Cases has been contained.
Senegal 1 Case has been contained.
9,216 suspected cases and 4,555 deaths

Most severe outbreak of Ebola since 1976

People are suspicious of both the government and hospitals
Hospitals attacked by angry protestors as a hoax the hospitals spread.

“Congressional Hearing On Ebola Was ‘Shameful.’ It was outrageous to drag the head of the CDC so that they can make very partisan comments and tell him to do something that makes no sense.”

— Janet Napolitano lambasted Congress for politicizing Ebola virus like 2009’s H1N1 flu pandemic

 

DOCTOR Kent Sepkowitz ON COLBERT = “DON’T GET PHYSICALLY CLOSE TO SOMEONE WHO IS BLEEDING TO DEATH WOULD BE MY MAIN ADVICE”  Virus is extremely difficult to catch.

Stephen COLBERT: WHAT ARE THE ODDS THAT I’M GOING TO GET EBOLA?   DR: ZERO.

DR: WE HAVE HAD 20 OUTBREAKS OF EBOLA IN THE LAST 40 YEARS. WE KNOW HOW IT’S TRANSMITTED. IN THE HOUSEHOLD IT’S NOT EVEN THAT CONTAGIOUS, AND THAT’S WHEN YOU HAVE A SICK MOM OR DAD AND THERE ARE FAMILY MEMBERS.

Click for local African reporting on LAB!

┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈┈▶

United States biological weapons program

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_biological_weapons_program

1918-1941 FOLLOWING WW I = USA’S first interest in biological warfare was the toxin ricin a product of the castor plant. Ricin was disseminated adhering to shrapnel delivered by artillery shell. Or RICIN was delivered in an aerosol cloud.

1920s USA biological weapons program came from within the Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) whose Chief was Amos Fries. FRIES decided the program would not be “profitable” for the USA.

1920s Japan’s Shiro Ishii promoted biological weapons visiting biological research facilities worldwide, including USA. Ishii concluded that the USA was developing a bio-weapons programs, but the USA was developing the Atomic Bomb.

1941-45 USA maintained the position that biological weapons were, for the most part, impractical.

1941-45 France, Japan and UK had begun biological weapons programs.

1942 U.S. Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson requested that the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) undertake consideration of U.S. biological warfare — survey the present situation and the future possibilities. Appointment of an appropriate committee to survey all phases of this matter by the Surgeon General. NAS formed a committee, the War Bureau of Consultants (WBC), which issued a report February 1942 recommending research and development of offensive biological weapons.

1942 U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt officially approved an American biological weapons program for “public security and health” but was the U.S. biological warfare program. 1943 USA Army Biological Warfare Laboratories were established at Fort Detrick in Maryland.

Under George Merck, the WRS contracted several universities to participate in the U.S. biological weapons program, the program became large quickly and before long it was under the full control of the CWS.

1943 USA constructed FOUR facilities including a biological agent production plant at Vigo County near Terre Haute, Indiana and in Mississippi, and Granite Peak in Utah.

1946, 4 months after VJ Day, that the public learned of the wartime research in biological weapons”.

1946-69 Following WW II production of USA biological warfare agents went from “factory-level to laboratory-level” and biological weapons delivery systems increased.

1950 through the Korean War, USA Chemical WEAPONS made great strides in their biological warfare programs, especially concerning delivery systems.

1952-54 USA biological program expanded significantly during the Korean War focusing on anti-animal biological weapon research and development with a dozen+ potential BW agents.

1954 the production of weapons-grade agents began.

1961 Expansion phase during the Kennedy-Johnson years, Project 112 was a comprehensive testing and readiness for biological warfare.

1969 report to Nixon was that the American BW capability was limited to dry (powdered) anti-personnel lethal or incapacitating biological agents is maintained and only eight aircraft spray disseminators are in the inventory.

1969-73 Nixon announced USA was unilaterally dropping its biological warfare program. Nixon’s statement ended, unconditionally, all U.S. offensive biological weapons programs. USA will confine its biological research to defensive measures such as immunization and safety measures. Nixon ended the budget of $300 million annually and USA biological weapons stocks were destroyed over the next few years.

1969 USA biological warfare program had developed seven mass-produced, battle-ready biological weapons in the form of agents that cause: anthrax, tularemia, brucellosis, Q-fever, VEE, botulism, staphylococcal enterotoxin B, and 20+ other agents — Including: smallpox, EEE and WEE, AHF, Hantavirus, BHF, Lassa fever, glanders, melioidosis, plague, yellow fever, psittacosis, typhus, dengue fever, Rift Valley fever (RVF), CHIKV, late blight of potato, rinderpest, Newcastle disease, bird flu, and the toxin ricin.

USA had developed an arsenal of anti-agriculture biological agents. These included rye, wheat, and rice stem rust spores. For animals they developed foot and mouth disease + five other top-secret biological weapons — RVF, rinderpest, African swine fever, plus eleven miscellaneous exotic animal diseases — Blue tongue virus, bovine influenza, bovine virus diarrhea (BVD), fowl plague, goat pneumonitis, mycobacteria, “N” virus, Newcastle disease, sheep pox, Teschers disease, and vesicular stomatitis.

Delivery systems for USA bioweapons — M33 cluster bomb, pipe-bomb-like cylindrical M114 bomb, E77 balloon bomb, E86 cluster bomb, spherical E120 bomblet, M143 bomblet, M139 bomblet, Flettner rotor bomblet, called, “probably one of the better devices for disseminating microorganisms”, by William C. Patrick III.

Soviet, CHINA, and North Korean governments post-World War II charging USA had used biological weapons during the 1950-1953 Korean War CAUSED mysterious outbreaks of disease in North Korea and China. In eastern Europe, China, and North Korea it was widely believed that the accusations were true. A 1988 book on the Korean War, by Western historians Jon Halliday and Bruce Cumings also suggested the claims might be true. In 1998, Stephen Endicott and Edward Hagermann claimed that the accusations were true in their book, The United States and Biological Warfare: Secrets from the Early Cold War and Korea.

USA employed biological weapons against Cuba. Noam Chomsky claimed that evidence exists implicating the U.S. in biological warfare in Cuba.

1962, a Canadian agricultural technician assisting the Cuban government claimed he was paid $5,000 to infect Cuban turkeys with the deadly Newcastle disease responsible for a subsequent outbreak of the disease in Cuban turkeys.

1971 the first serious outbreak of swine flu in the Western Hemisphere occurred in Cuba, and Cubans alleged that U.S. covert biological warfare was responsible for this outbreak, which led to the preemptive slaughter of 500,000 pigs.

1981 Cuban government blamed USA for an outbreak of dengue fever that sickened more than 300,000 and killed 158 people — 101 children under 15.

1950s USA Cold War entomological warfare program which aims to use insects as weapon, either directly or through their potential to act as vectors. Operation Big Itch, in 1954, was designed to test munitions loaded with uninfected fleas + 300,000 yellow fever mosquitoes were dropped over parts of the U.S. state of Georgia to determine if the air-dropped mosquitoes could survive to take meals from humans — Operation Big Buzz.

1949 a USA Army Special Operatives sprayed harmless bacteria into the building’s air conditioning system and observed as the microbes spread throughout the Pentagon.

USA military acknowledges testing several chemical and biological weapons on US military personnel in Fort Douglas, Utah — exposed to Agent Orange.

USA military for decades remained silent about “Project 112” and its victims, a slew of tests in Salt Lake City — 1960s tested chemical and biological agents, including VX, sarin and E. coli, on military personnel who did not know they were being tested.– Medical experiments were conducted on a large scale on civilians who had not consented to participate — in urban areas — San Francisco, CA Navy ship sprayed Serratia marcescens from the bay over 30 mile area. + New York City’s subway +
A jet aircraft released material over Victoria, Texas.

2008 The Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, “Chemical and Biological Defense, DOD….tens of thousands of military personnel and civilians may have been exposed to biological and chemical substances through DOD tests.

2003 GAO FOUND DOD made no effort to inform civilians of exposure — Many of the identified suffer from long term illnesses that may have been caused by the biological or chemical testing.

1969 — bio-defense USA maintains that the Article I of the BWC (which explicitly bans bio-weapons), does not apply to “non-lethal” biological agentS — Public Law 101-298, the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989 defined a biological agent as: any micro-organism, virus, infectious substance, or biological product that may be engineered as a result of biotechnology, or any naturally occurring or bioengineered component of any such microorganism, virus, infectious substance, or biological product, capable of causing death, disease, or other biological malfunction in a human, an animal, a plant, or another living organism; deterioration of food, water, equipment, supplies, or material of any kind…

Please Leave Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s