Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

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Ebola is airborne

AFRICANGLOBE – We begin with the Public Health Agency of Canada, which once (as recently as August 6) stated on its website that:

“In the laboratory, infection through small-particle aerosols has been demonstrated in primates, and airborne spread among humans is strongly suspected, although it has not yet been conclusively demonstrated (1613). The importance of this route of transmission is not clear. Poor hygienic conditions can aid the spread of the virus.”

No more; the “airborne spread among humans is strongly suspected” language has been cleansed:

“In laboratory settings, non-human primates exposed to aerosolized ebolavirus from pigs have become infected, however, airborne transmission has not been demonstrated between non-human primates

Viral shedding has been observed in nasopharyngeal secretions and rectal swabs of pigs following experimental inoculation.”

Are we to suppose that very recent and ground-breaking research was conducted that indicated there is no longer reason to “strongly suspect” that airborne Ebola contagion occurs? Surely, the research was done three weeks ago, and we only need to wait another couple of days until the study is released for public consumption. Feel better now?

 

If not, perhaps the 9/30 words of the Centers for Disease Control accompanying the Dallas Ebola case will provide some solace. Or, perhaps those words just contain another pack of U.S. Government lies. Let’s investigate.

 

Before addressing the CDC’s Statement, we should articulate some pivotal Ebola Outbreak facts we’re apparently not supposed to mention or even think about, since they’ve been buried by the Government/MSM complex. So, consider this from an earlier contribution by this author, drawn from a 2014 New England Journal of Medicine article:

“Phylogenetic analysis of the full-length sequences established a separate clade for the Guinean EBOV strain in sister relationship with other known EBOV strains. This suggests that the EBOV strain from Guinea has evolved in parallel with the strains from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Gabon from a recent ancestor and has not been introduced from the latter countries into Guinea. Potential reservoirs of EBOV, fruit bats of the species Hypsignathusmonstrosus, Epomopsfranqueti, & Myonycteristorquata, are present in large parts of West Africa. It is possible that EBOV has circulated undetected in this region for some time. The emergence of the virus in Guinea highlights the risk of EBOV outbreaks in the whole West African subregion

The high degree of similarity among the 15 partial L gene sequences, along with the three full-length sequences and the epidemiologic links between the cases, suggest a single introduction of the virus into the human population. This introduction seems to have happened in early December 2013 or even before.”

The take-home message is that we now confront a brand spanking new genetic variant of Ebola. Furthermore, we still have no idea at all how the “single introduction of the virus in the human population” of West Africa occurred. And, the current Ebola outbreak appears to be orders of magnitude more contagious than previous outbreaks. It also presents with fatality count that far exceeds all previous outbreaks combined. But it’s certainly not airborne, so who cares about nit-picking details such as these!

 

In spite of the above facts, we are supposed to believe that all questions regarding the current Ebola outbreak can be answered with exclusive reference to what has occurred in connection with previously encountered—in terms of genetic composition—and known—in terms of initial outbreak source—Ebola episodes.

 

Here are a couple of questions. When was the last time an Ebola outbreak coincided with instructions to U.S. funeral homes on how to “handle the remains of Ebola patients”? Not to worry, since Alysia English, Executive Director of the Georgia Funeral Homes Association, is quoted (click preceding link) as saying “If you were in the middle of a flood or gas leak, that’s not the time to figure out how to turn it off. You want to know all of that in advance. This is no different.” So it’s just about being prepared, you see. Of course, nothing resembling this sort of preparation has ever transpired alongside any other Ebola outbreak in world history, so what gives now?

 

“Oh, it’s because we now have that Ebola case in Dallas.” True, but this response suffers from two fatal defects. First, we’re not supposed to worry about one tiny case as long as it’s in America, right, since according to the CDC on 9/30:

…there’s all the difference in the world between the U.S. and parts of Africa where Ebola is spreading. The United States has a strong health care system and public health professionals who will make sure this case does not threaten our communities,” said CDC Director, Dr. Tom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H. “While it is not impossible that there could be additional cases associated with this patient in the coming weeks, I have no doubt that we will contain this.”

If the U.S.’ strong health care system (which is apparently far superior to hazmat suits) is so effective at containment, what explains the funeral home preparations again? If U.S. containment procedures are so superb and the virus is no more contagious than before, what difference does it make whether the case is in Dallas, Texas or Sierra Leone? To be sure, maybe the answers to these questions are simple, and it’s just about corrupt money and the like.

 

However, the corrupted money explanation isn’t very plausible (at least on its own) either, for the very simple, and extremely disturbing, reason that the “funeral home preparations” article was first published on 9/29 at 3:36 PM PST—a day before the Dallas case was confirmed positive. Of course, this makes the following language at the very head of the article all the more eerie:

“CBS46 News has confirmed the Centers for Disease Control has issued guidelines to U.S. funeral homes on how to handle the remains of Ebola patients. If the outbreak of the potentially deadly virus is in West Africa, why are funeral homes in America being given guidelines?”

If the rejoinder is that “well, people thought the Dallas case might turn out positive”, the reply must be that there were several other cases, in places like Sacramento and New York, that might have turned out positive, but resulted in neither funeral home preparations nor a rash of CDC “Ebola Prevention” tips (wash those hands, since they’re running low on hazmat suits!)

 

Hopefully, you are in the mood for two more big CDC lies, because they really are quite important. From the 9/30 CDC statement: “People are not contagious after exposure unless they develop symptoms.” This is a lie for three basic reasons. First, the studies that inform the CDC’s professed certainty on this issue relied upon analyses of previous outbreaks of then-known known Ebola variants. The current strain, as stated here early on, is novel—genetically as well as geographically. Second, the distinction between “incubation” and “visible symptoms” is a continuum, not discrete in nature; a few droplets might not be rain, but they’re not indicative of fully clear skies either—so the boundary drawn by the CDC is, like nearly everything else the U.S. government does, arbitrary.

 

Third, as even rank amateurs at statistics know, previous outbreaks have consisted of too few cases to confidently rule out small but consequential probabilities of asymptomatic transmission—completely leaving aside the fact that we have a new genetic variant of Ebola to deal with.

 

The last major CDC lie mentioned in this article is the claim, repeated ad nauseam, that “infrastructure shortcomings” and the like is wholly sufficient to explain the exponential increase in the number of cases presented by the current outbreak. We should believe that only when presented with well-designed multivariate contagion models that properly incorporate information about Ebola outbreaks and generate findings that socioeconomic differences as between West Africa and other regions of Africa (such as Zaire) alone can fully explain observed differences associated with the current outbreak. It seems to this author that we should strongly doubt that the current contagion can be fully explained without at some point invoking features of the novel genetic strain.

 

Dr. Jason Kissner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Original Post

Taking health care for granted for centuries in America and caring more about politics the social construct of racism and making money more than caring for it's citizens is why the US has this dire Ebola situation now on its hands.

It didn't matter which hospital in the United States Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was in because the same safety and protocol procedures (if they had or enforced them) would be violated that has this nurse potentially exposed.

To America "Ebola is Africa's problem, not our US".

 

That's how we think mentally and collectively as a nation of careless Americans because we never consider or are really concerned about what's really happening in the rest of the world.

 

"What's in it for us and if not, then the hell with it"

 

That's America's mentality.

 

We consider ourselves the greatest nation ever in the history of the world and that's why we make so many glaring dumb and stupid mistakes because we as a nation, don't pay close attention to anyone else in the world and their pressing issues that may directly affect us because we deemed others who aren't Americans as a nation and a people, inferior to us while we are the world's biggest hypocrites.

Example: Before 9-11, Americans collectively never gave a single thought or worry about terror and terrorism even though all the glaring signs were there.

After 9-11 happened, total shock, confusion, mayhem and panic from President Bush on down that knee jerked us into an illegal war and the negative residuals (Al Qadea, ISIS and rebuilding Iraq) we own and can't get away from.

 

ISIS and US lead allied coalition air strikes are destroying Iraqi buildings and infrastructure while at the same time, American tax payers are paying in the multi-millions annually to rebuild Iraqi buildings and infrastructure that's currently being destroyed.

Security was tight everywhere at every entry and exit point in the US immediately and months after 9-11. As the years went by with the Iraq War still waging, Americans as usual, got comfortable once again and started moaning and complaining about the airport safety and security procedures.

"My personal space and privacy is being violated by the TSA". "Why do I have to take off my shoes"? Why do I have to get padded down"? "Why do I have to go through the airport X-Ray screener?"......bitch, bitch. bitch.

 

"I'm an American! I'm not a terrorist!"

The TSA, screening protocol, process and procedures, personal privacy violation being questioned and millions of complaint issues that goes on to this very day as terrorists wages war all around us.

America always panics first and then once again, gets too comfortable while complaining and bitchin' all the time about why we aren't safe.

Big reason for that isn't the government but because of us.

That's why Ebola is here and we don't have any answers.

Our entire medical institution is not ready; unprepared and untrained all across the nation.

No hospital anywhere in the US (doctors, nurses, emergency services personnel, medical staff personnel etc) are properly trained and/or up to date on the management and treatment of Ebola because there has never been a case of Ebola in America that was relevant until 3 weeks ago with Thomas Eric Duncan and now this infected nurse.

You hear all these medical experts and pundits on TV (watched that idiot CDC director in the photo on Sunday) since this nurse contracted Ebola trying to explain away how and why the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital screwed up and trying to say what they would have done differently but they also aren't managed or properly trained either in Ebola safety, security and protocols.

 

They don't have a clue and very same would happen to them wherever they practice medicine in the US.

Ebola is here in the US, it's known by all and how long do you think it will take the entire medical community across the nation to properly train with technical and physical hands on "buddy system" training of EVERY medical personnel to handle Ebola?........Not months but years.

 

That nurse who treated Thomas Eric Duncan and got affected with Ebola took off her protective suit all by herself.

 

Why wasn't the "buddy system" used and/or why wasn't there an Ebola decontamination team/unit present?

Is Ebola taught in our medical schools as a top priority?

Hardly....But it will now.

America is too lazy, spoiled, complacent, loves to point fingers and too desensitized to care until it smacks us directly in the face.

Just like 9-11, America once again, just got smacked in the face because we live in denial and refuse to pay close attention.

That's what happening right now with Ebola's entry into the United States.....It's here, it's going to spread and it's not going away.

 

I doubt that any hospital, medical staff, doctors, nurses or anyone else can even prepare for Ebola; how can anyone prepare and/or be protected against something that is extremely likely AIRBOURNE, even though America is not willing to say at this point.

 

Yeah, as the American majority continues to allow America's politicians, fringe groups and oligarchs to work them up into racism, classism and any manor of non-productive frenzy, politicians have colluded with big business and special interest group to sellout America to the highest bidder.

 

All this is done while at the same time, America's military manufactures "germs"/diseases/plagues and viruses  without question, that could potentially wipe out the entire human population, by engineering propaganda to brainwash, socially condition and dupe the American people into believing that its germ-warfare concoctions are 'naturally" occurring phenomenons inherit to only Africa and Africans.

 

 

You know what?  Between these deadly diseases, these horrendous storms, we've never seen the likes of before, everyone's going to forget their hates and dislikes. God's going to show you his Disco, the likes of which are going to send all of humanity to their graves.  He's going to ask:  "Who do you hate now??"

 

We're all going to be equality in skeletons and everyone's going to be in a permanent state of STFU.  At Last!!!!!!

I do think it is passed by touch, through moisture on the skin. I do think if an infected person coughs or sneezes others can catch it. The fact it is a virus makes it very contagious because viruses are so small a mist of water can be packed with Ebola. 

 

The first rule of Ebola is to NEVER EVER touch a person infected with Ebola, that is the primary way to get infected. I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they wash the deceased and kiss the dead.  

Originally Posted by Momentum:

I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they wash the deceased and kiss the dead.  

 

People certainly do that here as well.  

 

I don't understand why no one is telling people in Liberia that theyreally, really need to cremate anyone who has died from Ebola.  

 

Right now, they are merely burying these infected bodies, where the virus is merely going to linger in the ground until some heavy rain or some insects, worms or burrowing animals begin to feast on the corpses, and these same insects, worms and borrowing animals will eventually be above ground, spreading the disease even more or cause the disease to resurface after it's been contained.  

 

And, any disease that can be caught from someone sneezing or coughing, means it is Airbourne.  

Originally Posted by sunnubian:
Originally Posted by Momentum:

I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they wash the deceased and kiss the dead.  

 

People certainly do that here as well.  

 

I don't understand why no one is telling people in Liberia that theyreally, really need to cremate anyone who has died from Ebola.  

 

Right now, they are merely burying these infected bodies, where the virus is merely going to linger in the ground until some heavy rain or some insects, worms or burrowing animals begin to feast on the corpses, and these same insects, worms and borrowing animals will eventually be above ground, spreading the disease even more or cause the disease to resurface after it's been contained.  

 

And, any disease that can be caught from someone sneezing or coughing, means it is Airbourne.  

News hypes the Ebola Virus, I agree it is airborne if someone sneezes on you but what do I really know LOL I'm no expert. But I recall when the Spanish Flu broke out back in the early 1900's sometime after WW1 50, 80, 100 million died and maybe 500 million world wide got infected. If Ebola was truly airborne like the Spanish flu there would be more than a few 3 or 4 thousand dead. 

 

We are so lucky the common cold is not deadly, millions of people catch it some people get it 2 to 3 times a year. Ebola is not airborne in the sense of flus or colds are and we are so lucky because Ebola has a 90% kill rate. If Ebola spread anything like the flu or cold viruses it would be 100's of thousand or more dead.

 

 

Originally Posted by Momentum:
Originally Posted by sunnubian:
Originally Posted by Momentum:

 

We are so lucky the common cold is not deadly, millions of people catch it some people get it 2 to 3 times a year. Ebola is not airborne in the sense of flus or colds are and we are so lucky because Ebola has a 90% kill rate. If Ebola spread anything like the flu or cold viruses it would be 100's of thousand or more dead.

 

 

 

I just remember the last time there was an Ebola 'epidemic' in Africa, they consistently said that Ebola was airbourne, but now they are saying it is not. 

 

But if you can catch it by just being in close contact with an infected person, how could that Not be airbourne?

 

They are already 'predicting' that "millions" are going to die in West Africa from this latest Ebola outbreak.  

 

 

 

When you don't know for certain you err on the side of caution.

 

Proof may get you killed.

 

I don't understand why they brought any ebola victims to the US.  Was that supposed to be macho?

 

They should be sending volunteers to Africa to try and stop it.  The more people who get infected the higher the probability that random mutation could cause it to evolve into an even deadlier form.  It may be a low probability but what is the point of taking the risk?  It had to evolve into existence after all.

 

Xum

This is one of the hilariously stupid things about this issue.

 

Some people are trying to teach EVOLUTION in this country.  That means that life forms mutate.  Obviously this includes germs and viruses that cause diseases.

 

Why would you want to bring a virus into one's country and accept the small risk that it might evolve into something worse?

 

STOP IT AT THE SOURCE!!!

 

Xum

Originally Posted by Norland:

How's that paralysis disease that's affecting America's children progressing or digressing.  No word on that lately.  More children died from that than people in America from Ebola.

 

It's really eery that the "medical community" doesn't know what it is or what is causing it, let alone what to do about it.

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