Ebola:Pandemic or ghost of neocons past?,by Tom Mysiewicz

“Ask yourself: If Ebola really was spread from person to person, instead of controlled spread through vaccination — then WHY would the CDC and the U.S. Government continue to allow flights in and out of these countries with absolutely no regulation, or at all?”

Quote Attributed to Nana Kwame, Accra, Ghana


In this article, I will endeavor to at least raise questions for further investigation.    For simplicity I have made extensive use of endnotes.  While mass forced inoculation of potentially dangerous vaccines and the imposition of martial law in the U.S. and NATO are certainly foreseeable long-term outcomes of the current situation, I will leave these for other commentators to speculate on.   Also, while the “pandemic” is claimed by many to be a foil for strategic occupation of resource-rich African territory by the U.S./NATO, my treatment of troop deployments only relates to (a) the reality of the epidemic/pandemic and (b) the possibility that countermeasures have been developed to allow troops to operate in a contaminated environment or that this deployment is really a large-scale clinical trial of such Ebola countermeasures.

There is little doubt in my mind that the filovirus agents causing Ebola are real and that they are (or appear to be) making a sudden and unlikely spread after 94 or so years of relative inactivity.[i]  However, many in Africa do not believe in the reality of Ebola or blame it on vaccination programs and foreign testing labs in their respective countries.[ii]  Dr. Cyril E. Broderick, a Delaware State University (DSU) associate professor has made serious allegations concerning the development of recombinant Ebola-containing strains and their testing on African populations utilizing various labs and NGOs, and alleges experiments by the U.S. DoD.[iii]  Reports have also surfaced in Liberia of water sources being poisoned with toxic substances to simulate Ebola symptoms as well as untested “Ebola vaccines” being administered to people with ill effects.[iv]

Is this pure superstition from “darkest Africa”?  There have been numerous vaccination programs in the affected regions of Africa.  (Some 100-million Africans were immunized against smallpox prior to 1972 when the disease was declared officially eradicated.  Massive campaigns by NGOs and governmental agencies have increased numbers of vaccinated (all types) individuals in the Ebola-affected areas from less than 50% in 1990 to greater than 80% in 2010.[v]  For varying historical reasons[vi] one could easily posit the existence of man-made live vaccinia smallpox vaccines incorporating key Ebola genes, potentially producing false test positives and Ebola-like symptoms, and covertly administered as part of  existing vaccination programs.[vii]

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