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This really inspires our confidence in Ron Klain, the newly-appointed
“Ebola response coordinator” Ebola Czar — he didn’t even attend a White House strategy meeting on how to deal with the alleged Ebola epidemic. (See “Is Ebola pandemic a false flag?“) Continue reading
Yesterday the CDC published a report entitled Surveillance and Preparedness for Ebola Virus Disease — New York City, 2014. The release of this report has been making its rounds across the blogosphere over the last 24 hours. The supposition seems to be that New York City is somehow special and that the arrival of Ebola is somewhat inevitable in The Big Apple. Here is an excerpt from the report: Continue reading
Is Barack Obama completely insane? By not instituting an immediate ban on all non-essential travel between the United States and West Africa, he is putting the lives of more than 300 million Americans at risk. Anyone with a shred of common sense knows that you keep more people from getting sick by keeping the sick people away from the healthy people. Because the Ebola outbreaks in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone are raging out of control, it is extremely difficult to tell who is carrying Ebola and who is not carrying Ebola. Therefore we need to keep everyone from those countries away until those Continue reading
Cleburne, TX — A sickening video was uploaded to facebook of an alleged Cleburne Police officer calling a small dog towards him and then shooting it.
The video appears to be the officer’s body cam which catches this gruesome act of animal cruelty. The person who uploaded the video, Darryl Neathery, claims that this was a Cleburne County police officer.
We reached out to the CPD and they did not confirm nor deny that one of their officers was the man in this video.
Neathery said on his Facebook page that, “The CPD said the dog was being aggressive. I know the dogs personally, and I assure you they knew nothing about aggression.” Continue reading
- A reported 4,500 people in West Africa had died from the terrible hemorrhagic fever. (In the infection’s last stage, the victim bleeds from every orifice.)
- In the United States, one man had died — a Liberian named Thomas Eric Duncan who, despite being infected with the Ebola virus, nevertheless flew from Nigeria and was admitted by U.S. Customs. Two more are now infected, Amber Joy Vinson and Nina Pham. Both are nurses who had attended to Duncan at Dallas’ Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital.
- In Spain, a woman is hospitalized and diagnosed with Ebola.
There is no shortage of potential worst-case scenarios that all seem to be converging. The Ebola crisis has been at the top of the headlines as of late, but though they’re not being talked about in any serious capacity, we are still facing other threats to our livelihoods elsewhere – mass migrations of people and criminal elements across our southern border, a military face-off in Europe, terrorist armies in the middle east, and the real possibility of an unprecedented economic collapse on a global scale.
Hazmat team removes body from apartment
Polls are indicating that the American people are losing, or have lost faith in their government officials to effectively manage the Ebola crisis. Recent polls have found that half of Americans believe the U.S. government is hiding information about the Ebola outbreak. Of all the polls, a Fox News poll is the most revealing when it comes to understanding America’s mindset when it comes to the public’s lack of faith and belief in their elected officials to tell them the truth about Ebola. Continue reading
As Ebola continues to pop up all over the world, one of the most disturbing developments has been the number of medical professionals who’ve come down with the virus. So far, a total of 427 health care workers have been infected with Ebola. You would think that such a large number of doctors and nurses becoming sick, would prompt the medical establishment to do something about it. You would expect that perhaps they would suggest stricter safety procedures for their staff.
Instead, the CDC has posted a rather dangerous safety standard for dealing with Ebola patients. The level of protection they are suggesting for doctors and nurses, appears to have some serious gaps. You can view their recommendations here. Continue reading
Captain Paul Fields, a Christian, veteran police officer with the city of Tulsa, was punished after refusing to attend a mosque that has alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. He also said that they practiced true Islamic dogma. Furthermore, the captain had the stones not to order any of his officers to attend the mosque either. Continue reading