So….ebola is a US Strategic Weapon.

There is a smoking gun that Ebola is a US strategic bioweapon.  It explains why the US sent 4,000 non-medical troops to west Africa: not to build hospitals, but to keep the lid on.

The US military HAD EFFECTIVE EBOLA DETECTION MACHINES DEPLOYED IN AFRICA BEFORE THE FIRST CASE REACHED THE US. Dallas Presbyterian hospital had one in-house WHEN THEY SENT THOMAS DUNCAN HOME. It is 90% effective in identifying ebola within one hour. But it wasn’t used.

They supposedly didn’t use it in Dallas because of some nonsensical red-tape bullshit, or that is what is being reported. In fact, it is more likely the FDA is actively blocking fast ebola detection in the US.  It also explains why some high-risk people DO need to be quarantined and some don’t. If you were screened by the machine, you are probably good to self-quarantine – like the CDC nurse in New Jersey.

New Jersey is a good example. Chris Christie said she MUST be quarantined for 21 days, but she wasn’t.  She was sent home because she really didn’t have a fever at the airport. The authorities there are incompetent. She had been screened before she left Africa.

But that doesn’t explain why the government still has the doors wide open for flights from stricken areas – unless the stuff is bioengineered to fail after ‘x’ generations of replication away from a renewable source. That would make perfect sense militarily. But that in itself would be a better weapon than the virus. It would mean that someone has discovered how ageing works and how to control it genetically.  Or stop it. or prevent the virus from evolving. So it is unlikely, but not impossible.

If ebola IS a US weapon, the first-contact person would be contageous, but the second or third contact person would not be.  So far that is exactly what we are seeing. We’d get enough cases to further panic the population of idiots we have nurtured, but without any real danger of a mass outbreak, thus turning the population into zombies who believe everything the government tells them.

It’s also noteworthy that first-generation, or direct-contact patients, either require the vaccine, which used to exist but suddenly disappeared, or extensive blood replacement to survive.

I have not heard of any third-generation patients. Two nurses caught it from Thomas Duncan and they represent the second generation, but they survived and have been released and no one they contacted has caught it – unless there is a further cover-up.

This kinda nails it.

Lewiston Idaho veterinarian’s Letter to the Editor re: Ebola

The present Ebola crisis in the world is frightening. I have submitted the following letter to the editor of the Lewiston Morning Tribune:

Editor, Lewiston Morning Tribune:
If I wish to import a horse into the United States from Liberia or any African country other than Morocco, the horse needs to undergo a 60 day quarantine period at a USDA approved quarantine facility prior to mingling with the general population of horses in this country. Africa has a disease called African Horse Sickness that does not exist in the US; this is the way we have kept it out of this country. African Horse Sickness does not cause disease in people, only horses; our government has determined that it would be devastating to the US horse industry if it were to come here.
The United States (and virtually all other countries) require a myriad of tests and often quarantine prior to bringing in a foreign animal.
I can’t legally cross state lines in the United States with a horse or cow without a health certificate signed by a USDA accredited veterinarian stating that the animal has been inspected and found free of infectious disease. In most cases blood tests are also required. In fact I can’t legally cross the Snake River and ride my horse in Idaho without a health certificate and a negative blood test for Equine Infectious Anemia.
I’m not complaining; the United States of America, the States of Idaho and Washington as well as the other 48 states take the health of our livestock very seriously, and we have a very good record at keeping foreign animal diseases out of our country. I am happy to do my part to maintain biosecurity in our animal population.
If I am a resident of Liberia incubating Ebola, to enter the United States all I need to do is present a valid visa, and lie when asked if I have been exposed to Ebola. Within hours (no quarantine required) I can be walking the streets of any city in the United States.
I feel very fortunate to live in a country that values our animals so highly.
David A. Rustebakke, DVM