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16 Apocalyptic Quotes From Global Health Officials About This Horrific Ebola Epidemic

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Gustave Doré - Death on the Pale HorseEbola continues to spread an an exponential rate.  According to the World Health Organization, 40 percent of all Ebola cases have happened in just the last three weeks.  At this point, the official numbers tell us that approximately 3,500 people have gotten the virus in Africa and more than 1,900 people have died.  That is quite alarming, but the real problem will arise if this disease continues to spread at an exponential pace.  One team of researchers has used computer modeling to project that the number of Ebola cases will reach 10,000 by September 24th if current trends continue.  And if the spread of Ebola does not slow down, we could be dealing with 100,000 cases by December.  Even the WHO is admitting that the number of cases is likely to grow to 20,000 before too much longer, and global health officials are now starting to use apocalyptic language to describe this outbreak.

For people in the western world that have never seen anything like this other than in the movies, it can be difficult to grasp just how horrible this epidemic truly is.  In the areas of west Africa where Ebola is spreading, fear and panic are everywhere, food shortages are becoming a serious problem and there have been reports of dead bodies rotting in the streets.  People are avoiding hospitals and clinics because of paranoia about the fact that so many health workers have contracted the disease.  According to the World Health Organization, more than 240 health workers have gotten the virus so far and more than 120 of them have perished.

We have never seen anything like this in any of our lifetimes, and the scary part is that this might only be just the beginning.

The following are 16 apocalyptic quotes from global health officials about this horrific Ebola epidemic…

#1 Dr. Tom Frieden, the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: “It is the world’s first Ebola epidemic, and it’s spiraling out of control. It’s bad now, and it’s going to get worse in the very near future. There is still a window of opportunity to tamp it down, but that window is closing. We really have to act now.”

#2 Dr. Joanne Liu, the international president of Doctors Without Borders: “Riots are breaking out. Isolation centres are overwhelmed. Health workers on the frontline are becoming infected and are dying in shocking numbers.”

#3 David Nabarro, senior United Nations system coordinator for Ebola disease: “This outbreak is moving ahead of efforts to control it.”

#4 Dr. Bruce Aylward, WHO’s assistant director-general for emergency operations: “This far outstrips any historic Ebola outbreak in numbers. The largest outbreak in the past was about 400 cases.”

#5 Margaret Chan, the head of the World Health Organization: “…we hope to stop the transmission in six to nine months”.

#6 Dr. Daniel Bausch, associate professor in the department of Tropical Medicine at Tulane University: “You have a very dangerous virus in three of the countries in the world that are least equipped to deal with it. The scale of this outbreak has just outstripped the resources. That’s why it’s become so big.”

#7 Gayle Smith, senior director at the National Security Council: “This is not an African disease. This is a virus that is a threat to all humanity.”

#8 Dr. Tom Frieden, the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: “The level of outbreak is beyond anything we’ve seen—or even imagined.”

#9 Vincent Martin, head of an FAO unit in Dakar:  “This is different than every other Ebola situation we’ve ever had. It’s spreading widely, throughout entire countries, through multiple countries, in cities and very fast.”

#10 Dr. Richard Besser, health and medical editor for ABC News: “Emergency rooms are closed, many hospital wards are as well leaving people who are sick with heart disease, trauma, pregnancy complications, pneumonia, malaria and all the everyday health emergencies with nowhere to go.”

#11 Bukar Tijani, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization regional representative for Africa: “Access to food has become a pressing concern for many people in the three affected countries and their neighbours.”

#12 Keiji Fukuda, the WHO’s assistant director-general for health security: “People are hungry in these communities. They don’t know how they are going to get food.”

#13 Dr. Daniel Bausch, associate professor in the department of Tropical Medicine at Tulane University: “This is for sure the worst situation I’ve ever seen.”

#14 Dr. Tom Frieden, the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: “I could not possibly overstate the need for an urgent response.”

#15 Official WHO statement: “Staff at the outbreak sites see evidence that the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak.”

#16 Dr. Joanne Liu, the international president of Doctors Without Borders: “It is impossible to keep up with the sheer number of infected people pouring into facilities. In Sierra Leone, infectious bodies are rotting in the streets.”

Despite all of these warnings, a lot of people in the western world are not too concerned about this epidemic because they have faith that our advanced technology will prevent a widespread Ebola outbreak in the United States and Europe.

But I wouldn’t be so certain about that.

So far, the most promising experimental Ebola drug seems to be ZMapp.  In clinical trials, it has been doing very well on monkeys.

However, it hasn’t turned out to be a silver bullet for humans so far.  Two out of the seven people that have received ZMapp have died, and as CBS News recently explained, current supplies are exhausted and it takes a really long time to make more of this stuff…

ZMapp’s maker, Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc., of San Diego, has said the small supply of the drug is now exhausted and that it will take several months to make more. The drug is grown in tobacco plants and was developed with U.S. government support.

Kobinger said it takes about a month to make 20 to 40 doses at a Kentucky plant where the drug is being produced. Officials have said they are looking at other facilities and other ways to ramp up production, and Kobinger said there were plans for a clinical trial to test ZMapp in people early next year.

The cold, hard truth is that Ebola is a brutally efficient killer for which we do not have a cure at the moment.

And what makes things even more complicated is that a different strain of Ebola is now spreading in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  A treatment that works for one strain of Ebola may not work on another strain.

So let us hope and pray that Ebola does not reach the United States.

If it does, it could potentially spread like wildfire.

  • Firstgarden

    One wonders if the NWO elite don’t already have the antidote.

    • MeMadMax

      There’s a vaccine out there…

      It hasn’t passed “FDA approval” yet…

      I think it’s a bunch of BS…

    • kfilly

      I am sure they got it. We will be put on the indefinite waiting list.

      • danbax

        Eat alot of raw garlic it’s the antidote

        • Firstgarden

          And blackstrap molasses. 🙂

          • Watever

            Google DRACO, MIT, and Dr. Todd Rider….why aren’t they pursuing his research?

        • kfilly

          I was going to start taking colloidal silver.

        • Mike Smithy

          I prefer Flintstone’s chewables with a tequila chaser.

          • Firstgarden

            A bowlagranola works fine for me. Is that why they call me Grandpa Granola?

          • Mike Smithy

            Gotta stay regular with the morning constitutional. My day isn’t complete until I take a steamy Barack and wipe my Obama.

          • Firstgarden

            Shhhhh. Careful, the word “constitution” in any form is not politically correct these days. The “progressive” thought police no like.

          • Tony

            I prefer dropping Obama off at the oval office and writing a letter to Congress.

          • Rick

            I prefer a good bourbon.

      • Firstgarden

        The idea is that if the virus was created, the antidote was created alongside it, as well.

    • no collapse

      they have the antidote for improving economy.

      Costco posts 7 percent jump in same-store sales
      put a negative spin on this!. what should be 8% to consider growth. less and less folks on collpase forums as #s get better.
      possible collapse in 2099. 10 yr bond? thought that was going thru roof? eat your stored pasta before spiders eat it. collapse blogs are money makers,wake up!

      • K

        Notice ebola is the topic. Just another troll.

      • trednut

        Everything you buy costs 10% more than last year, they actually had a 3% decline.

    • Tatiana Covington

      Wouldn’t it be a laugh if it doesn’t work?

    • gibbon

      they have it for certain, otherwise they would not have created and released ebola.

  • VegasBob

    I think these Ebola strains are far more contagious than the authorities are willing to admit.

    I don’t think the authorities will be able to produce mass quantities of any effective vaccine or other treatment before this virus has spread worldwide.

    It would not surprise me at all to see Ebola become a worldwide epidemic that kills a significant percentage of the human race.

    • apeiron

      It wouldn’t surprise me to find that Islamic State warriors would get deliberately infected & cross the US southern border.

      • Tatiana Covington

        If we catch them trying that, make them eat pork chops.

  • K

    What many do not seem to understand. The longer this outbreak lasts, the higher the odds, it mutates into something far more contagious. There are already multiple strains of the virus showing up. All it takes is for the right combination, or the right mutation to show up. So instead of dealing with this with massive resources, we continue to threaten each other with war We live on a planet with incredible amounts of knowledge. Sad it is so lacking in wisdom.

    • kfilly

      Yep, what a great way to cull the herd. Blame a virus and say, “We tried our best, but unfortunately, there was nothing that could be done.” That strategy is perfect for the sheep that think the government is there to save them. The worst part is the tyrants will probably be sitting in their bunkers laughing and drinking champagne while the world burns above them.

      • K

        I suspect that is their exact plan.

        • kfilly

          I have a couple of questions for you. I know you mentioned before about making your own colloidal silver. I just got stuff to make my own, and I have never made it before. I know distilled water only with nothing added. What ppm of colloidal silver do you make? What dose do you take when you take it?
          How long do you usually take it for (preventative, 2 weeks after symptoms pass, etc.)? I appreciate any feedback I can get as I have seen stuff all over the map online. I would like to hear from someone with real world experience using it. If you could get back to me, I would greatly appreciate it.

          • K

            I mostly use it topically. Sinus spray, applied to N95 mask to increase its’ usefulness. I use 50ppm. Taken internally, there are too many variables for me to give a recommendation. Be aware of your bodies reactions, and work out what is best for you. I do not believe in it, as a preventative in most cases.Your own immune system is always the safest bet. Will it need help, from time to time, yes. That is how I view silver, and echinacea, and large doses of vitamin C. All can be helpful, for short periods of time. But also some individuals can react badly to any of them.

          • kfilly

            Thanks for the information!

          • Km

            Standard Process sells medical grade silver. It’s pricey, but it’s made by doctors. If you feel this is worth ordering, use the code name: Scott Johnson. (Can’t order this stuff without a doc).

      • Bruce

        I see your point but don’t know that I agree. The rich and powerful would not be so if it were not for serfs to build the products and serve them. Without us they are nothing but holders of useless paper.

        • Richard

          Way too many useless eaters already.

        • Hammerstrike

          What if 770 000 New Yorkers and 620 000 Londoners starts to show the symptoms of Ebola in early June 2015?

          • Tatiana Covington

            Then we have Science-Fiction fun time.

          • Mike Smithy

            It’s called an excellent start.

          • Firstgarden

            All together now…

            Then it’s 5, 6, 7
            Open up the pearly gates
            Ain’t no time to wonder why
            Whoopie we’re all gonna die.

          • Hammerstrike

            Whoopy Goldberg was delighted at her fan mail, she immediately grabbed her mobile phone to make a few calls.

            Guess what, b***? Can you believe one guy named Durka Durka Mohammed Jihad gave me some sweeet MONEY at the sole condition that I go to a busy area like a shopping mall or a restaurant…. Meet me at da nearest KFC, there gonna be some epic whoomping tonight!

        • disqus_tKUiAezKl2

          500,000 is enough to take care of them. The rest are expendable.

      • Neal

        How long will the elite be able to survive in their bunkers? If 90% of the 7 billion succumb to successive waves of mutate strains over a number of years then the 700 million left will be tough, mean, immune and angry. The elite won’t be able to exit the bunkers EVER as they will either die from all the strains that they have no immunity to or they will be killed by the 700 million.
        Morlocks and Elois.

    • Orange Jean

      While I agree that it’s a horrible disease and viruses certainly mutate… but it isn’t necessarily the case that a virus will mutate to something more virulent.

      Sometimes they get worse, sometimes the mutate to something that is not as bad. Flu has been a good example of that. Although the potential for a nasty flu pandemic is always there, it’s been a long time since the influenza virus mutated in that direction. The common cold is also an example of something extremely contagious virus, but one that is not usually fatal.

      I would say it’s trickier on the “more contagious” part. I suspect it wouldn’t be that easy to figure out if the virus mutated to a more contagious form … or whether there are more cases just because as more people get it more people could be exposed to the virus. If it’s airborne, certainly more likely. Quarantine and isolation still aren’t bad ideas under those circumstances.

      • GSOB

        Well look at it this way,

        – if you get the Ebola virus and it doesn’t kill you,….
        it’ll make you stronger.

  • Tatiana Covington

    It’s gotten so bad already, it can spread through smartphones and tablets. That’s why they call it “E”-bola.

  • MeMadMax

    There is no such thing as “control” when applied to the human race…

    I find it laughable when the tinfoil hat type folks cry out “martial law”, NWO, etc etc…

    Nature/Humans will find a way…

  • Tatiana Covington

    1945: 2.4B people.
    1962: 3.0B
    1975: 4.0B
    1987: 5.0B
    1999: 6.0B
    2014: 7.2B

    Things that cannot go on forever, do not go on forever. Sometimes such things get stopped HARD. Perhaps this is what we are starting to see right now. Read Stewart’s “Earth Abides” and King’s “The Stand”.

    • Mike Smithy

      2020: 3.0B people.

      • Beanodle

        The UN Agenda 21 committee would be very happy if that figure becomes a reality.

        • kfilly

          They probably wouldn’t be all that happy. They want about 500 million total. They would have to figure out ways to make the population fall even faster.


          Hard times for the Welfare State.

          • Tatiana Covington

            No votes for Democrats, either. Hmmm… maybe we should rethink this whole pandemic thing.

      • Tatiana Covington

        Back where we were ca. 1920.

        • Mike Smithy

          Yep. Kill off 3/4 of the planet and have an economic resurgence. Just like the roaring 20’s.

    • Hammerstrike

      What if the UN estimates for world population are wrong and the real number is even higher?

      • Tatiana Covington

        Then there’s more work for Ebola to do. See what happens when you don’t clean up little messes before they turn into gigantic messes?

        Read “Earth Abides” (1949).

        • Hammerstrike

          It seems the destruction of the african rainforests and desertification might not be that much of a problem in a few years time.

          Also, the end of immigration, even if a sizable % of the locals survive.

          • Mike Smithy

            Awe, c’mon, who doesn’t appreciate a good Nigerian scammer.

          • Tatiana Covington

            Notice? Stewart’s prediction of a secondary kill is already being verified. Science Fiction is much better than anything else is to read.

    • Woodland Echo

      Earth Abides was a good book.

    • gibbon

      b-b-but i thought we were supposed to be fruitful and multiply——–?

      • Tatiana Covington

        That’s always been totally misunderstood. The correct reading is to be a homosexual (fruitful) mathematician (multiply).

  • MeMadMax

    I would also like to mention, that me and my mother(who is an award winning DR btw) have come to the conclusion that this strain has gone airborne and nobody wants to admit it…

    • apeiron

      I’ve wondered why I saw photos of workers in hazmat gear if it’s only transmissible through serum infection, like HIV for instance.

    • The Penitent Man

      You’re right, though it is “less” airborne then the seasonal flu which has an airborne distance of about 40 feet. Two Canadian researchers proved Ebola is airborne back in 2012. Though the droplets are much larger then the flu, making it airborne only to within three feet of the victim.

  • Jack

    I don’t know this Ebola seems pretty curable. After all we have had 2 US citizens infected and cured, so I am not sure what everyone’s boggle is. Perhaps the people who still have Ebola need to convert to Christianity so God can heal them too!

  • Paul

    Millions of Americans blindly chase a weakening dollar, are determined to acquire the latest gadgets, and hoard other material possessions. However, Mother Nature is still boss. Ebola does not care if you own 5 cars and know the names of Kim Kardashian’s children by heart. If you get infected with Ebola there is a greater than 50% chance you will perish.

  • Kim

    This is bad. There are so many critical events happening at once. A perfect storm is brewing over mankind- it will be very interesting (and frightening for many) to watch how all this will play out. Stay strong everyone. Pray, prepare and endure.

    • jakartaman

      Its called wrath

    • Frightening… will be for many, but as for me and my family, we’ll hold onto the written word. My 911 is Psalm 91:1 and the words that follow that verse will certainly apply to our world in the very near future.

      Read it…claim it….and rest in the Lord.

  • NoWayJose

    Panic in the streets of America when the call to Domino’s Pizza gets a recording: Due to the Ebola outbreak in America we will be temporarily halting all deliveries.

    • Hammerstrike

      1: Dey said they ran out of chicken!
      2: What?!?
      3: No chicken?!?
      4: We gotta fight back! *jumps into car, rams car into store*

  • Priszilla

    If people just stayed home and did nothing, the epidemic like any other would just fizzle out.

    • liberalsaretotalexcrement

      yeah, work is for suckers

      • GSOB

        Which comes first?

        Work or rest?

        • liberalsaretotalexcrement


      • Priszilla

        Google: karoshi

  • Beanodle

    A US doctor has contracted Ebola without being near a patient that has been officially diagnosed as of having the disease.

    Margaret Chan (WHO Director) is quoted above believing that the outbreak will take 6 – 10 months to overcome.
    At the beginning of August the infected toll was around 500. At the beginning of September the infected toll is over 4500. With that amount of logarithmic increase of infections there could be millions stricken in 6 – 10 months.
    Now comes a headline : Ebola death toll tops 1,900: 400 deaths reported in one week

    These are official figures. The actual figures are much higher. It’s been suggested that the official figures are less than 25% of the real total.

  • Barney

    The first priority should be to keep it away from Western countries. There is absolutely no need to have air travel between the U.S. and West Africa, for example. No citizens of West African countries should be allowed to come to Europe or the U.S. until this horror has burned itself out. Cut the sentimental crap. We can’t save these people.

    • Hammerstrike

      Congo is next to South Sudan which in turn is next to Ethiopia…

      East africa is next, the idiotic refugee policies will have to stop.
      North african arabs will sut down the flow of illegal immigrants with barrel bombs and sniper bullets.

  • randyfreedom

    guys…this was CREATED by the powers that be…so they have the cure and have taken it already so they dont get infected. This is part of the “perfect storm” scenario of economic collapse combined with WW3. Look at all the crazy stuff that’s happening in the world. Just a few years ago just maybe one headline on Drudge would be enough news to last a few weeks. Now it’s like 50 headlines that are up there in severity. We are living in very strange times.

    • Hammerstrike

      No, the mutation rate mean cures are only temporary.

      • randyfreedom

        i am sure TPTB have the core cure for any mutation that happens going forward. They made this thing. If not then they are truly insane.


    The Black Death took down a third of Europe and this was back in the day when horseback was considered express travel. I believe there are four non stop flights between the Hot Zone America. The TSA does not fill me with confidence. Then there is the terrorist threat, very real IMHO. What is of especial concern is the three week incubation period before symptoms manifest themselves and you dramatically expire. That’s quite a bit of time to insert someone to just ride the BART or the New York subway. How easy is it to get into America? I like the story of the wag who put on an Osama Bin Laden mask and crossed the Rio Grande! He was not caught. Obama does not fill me with confidence either. In fact, I believe he is the greatest mistake this country ever made but that is another story…

  • randyfreedom

    either a nuke, ebola or an EMP device was brought in via the southern boarder – or all three and now they need to make a decision on how to roll out the next false flag.

  • grumpyhillbilly

    I’m of mixed opinion on Ebola. The extremely cynical part of me thinks this virus has been partially manufactured by our elite. Yet I can’t quite buy into them being this bright. I can buy into them being that sinister. However it seems like they are rich enough to financially get in on the money making end of a crisis, despite being wedded to century old ideas. Then after they make their gazillions off the current crisis we sit in awe of them, and give them this mystical power.

    Ebola itself is quite disturbing. Science has yet to beat any lowly virus. With its over prescribing of antibiotics, its created super bugs. Throw in a 40 years of affirmative action and 80 years of tenure at med schools, and we really aren’t prepared for any healthcare crisis.

    • Alex

      Check out these books: “The demon in the freezer”, “The Hot Zone”, “The Cobra Event (this is a novel, but nevertheless reality)” – all these are by Richard Preston.
      This is a good one too: “Lab 257: The disturbing story of the government’s secret germ laboratory” by Michael C. Carroll.
      You will gain knowledge and your eyes might pop open!

    • Hammerstrike

      No, the mutation rates, a cure of Ebola that is 100% effective today might not be so tomorrow.

    • English Kev

      They don’t need to be ‘bright’ at all.
      Mad will suffice. They have control of enough bright lunatics who can manufacture these viruses. There’s a very fine line between genius and madness. I’ve worked in Environmental Science environments and they are driven individuals. Super Geeks,really a different species.
      Scared the detritus out of me.

  • ClaraThomas

    A few quotes from the past from those who think they are part of the elite.
    I wouldn’t be surprised is those of the New World Order Gang comprising of the Bilderberger Group, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Committee of 300 and many other groups will use this Ebola as part of their plan to “cull the populations” in addition to a World War Three.

    Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries”.
    Dr. Henry Kissinger

    “A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”
    Ted Turner, in an interview with Audubon magazine

    “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature”
    Anonymously commissioned Georgia Guidestones

    “If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.”
    Prince Phillip, Queen Elizabeth’s husband, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund

    “In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it is just as bad not to say it.”
    J. Cousteau, 1991 explorer and UNESCO courier

  • Scared Economist

    Does anyone realize how easy it would be for a terrorist group to carry out a biological attack on the US?
    Remember the 1984 incident where a religous cult tryng to influence a local election contaminated local restaurant salad bars with Salmonella. 700 people got sick.
    Imagine one or two terrorists visiting a few restaurants per day. How many and how disbursed do you think they could taint in the 3 week incubation period for Ebola. Within days the country’s healthcare network would be overwhelmed.

    • Hammerstrike

      Al Quaida could use modified car ventilation systems to spread particules in the busiest streets of Chicago, New York London, Washington DC and Bruxelle.

      Hundreds of thousnds could be contaminated in just a single city.

      • English Kev

        that’s if Al Quaida actually existed.

        • Hammerstrike

          It does.

          It is just usually known as Islam.

  • Bruce

    At this stage of the game be it intentional or not is a moot point. The bottom line is “if” this virus gets loose in the U.S. we are in BIG trouble. As for me and my house I will lock her down. “If” the evidence suggest it is spreading as the man of this house I will make the decision and hope that I make it in time. NO one in and NO one out. I do have enough food here to last till the virus burns itself out from the population.
    There will be hundreds of millions who will still go to work everyday because they feel they have to. They will risk their very lives for the almighty dollar. You should be peparing to shut your house down RIGHT NOW just in case. Ask yourself what will I do if this does spiral out of control in the U.S.

    • Hammerstrike

      What if 770 000 New Yorkers and 620 000 Londoners starts to show the symptoms of Ebola in early June 2015?

  • steve

    Help me out here. I understand that this is serious, but doesn’t the flu kill like a million people per year? And we are at 2,000 for Ebola?

    • Drud

      This is correct, by the numbers Ebola deaths are currently minuscule. The concern is the exponential growth pattern. Very few people understand exponential curves and the rapidity of which things can go from minuscule to disastrous. There is a concept known as the nucleation point. It typically describes the way in which cells multiply in simple organisms: they grow exponentially at first, if they fail to reach the nucleation point, the organism quickly dies off, if however, it reaches the nucleation point, the exponential growth continues until it is inhibited by external forces. The point is this: right now, the spread of Ebola can either die, or if things go wrong, it could explode across the globe in a very brief time span. I expect the former, but it would be wise to prepare for the latter.

  • Firstgarden

    “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”
    – CNN Founder Ted Turner

    OK Ted… you first.

    • Hammerstrike

      “What…. what did you say you put in my drink?!?”

      • Firstgarden

        Well it wasn’t LSD 25.

  • Hammerstrike

    What if 770 000 New Yorkers and 620 000 Londoners starts to show the symptoms of Ebola in early June 2015?

  • Brian Griffin

    The walking dead starts again on October.

  • Hammerstrike

    They are still being allowed to immigrate, from the US to the Russian federation!

    That BS is going to have to stop.

  • Dave of OK

    We need to start thinking about how we need to quarantine ourselves and our family when Ebola comes to town. How long should we be prepared to stay in our homes?

  • durango

    I’m looking forward to the collapse. There is no reason that deeply immoral societies should prosper. Money only causes bad manners and all kinds of other evils.

  • watchmanonthetower

    Subtle observations can occasionally yield surprising trends; or waste a few irretrievable seconds:

    The first name on your list, CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden, accurately – and eerily – resembles the lead character, CDC investigator Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (played by Corey Stoll), in FX’s new horror serial, The Strain – a decidedly new twist on the Zombie/Vampire genre (and the genius contrast with his name.)

    It started with an airline flight landing in NYC with all but 4 passengers dead and a nasty new strain of something exceptionally virulent getting around the Big Apple scary fast…the ongoing result is depicted quite realistically in our opinion…

    Predictive Programming; worth some research, and a possible sneak-peek into the propaganda content continually used with expert precision by the globalists.
    We return you to your regularly scheduled reality…


  • disqus_tKUiAezKl2

    Our “leaders” are bringing Ebola patients to America to be treated. Sooner, or later, someone will slip up. Do you have enough food, fuel, drink, meds and supplies to wait out an Ebola epidemic? I don’t. Agenda 21 – Culling the heard of “useless eaters”.

  • alan

    There is absolutely no preparation to prevent it. Schools still open, air travel not limited, boarders wide open. I work in Korea and hardly a word on TV about it here. I suspect this is bogus

    • Eustace Eater

      3500 cases, including 2000 dead is not a big epidemic. Malaria and influenza kill far more people than Ebola. Since Ebola was discovered in 1976, the number of cases has numbered in the hundreds each year. Ebola is hyped to provide an excuse for the UN, NATO, and their allied predators to take over African countries and steal their resources.

  • max

    I’ve read that if a virus mutates to become more contagious then it usually also becomes less lethal. However, I’m not medically trained and have no idea if this is true so if anyone who is medically qualified could speak to this I would be grateful.

    • Orange Jean

      I agree. I made a comment to that effect, which somehow mysteriously disappeared. I’m not a doc, but I do work in epidemiology.
      Consider the common cold though – one of the most contagious diseases, rarely lethal (normally only if someone is immune suppressed, very old or very young and gets a secondary bacterial infection of some sort).

  • GSOB

    And the prophets of apocalypse always draw a following…..

  • carnac123

    Nothing good comes from Africa,….nothing. Even the microbes are muggers.

    • Josey Wales

      Except Gold….. Hell, I Love Gold and Africa has a LOT of it.

      • GSOB


    • commandergreen

      There’s nothing wrong with Africa. Apart from Africans.

      • Orange Jean

        Even if there were no people in Africa, there are a lot of really nasty diseases in animals.

        For example, around the turn of the century there was an epidemic of rinderpest, a respiratory disease similar to flu but which affects mostly animals like antelopes. An estimated 90% of all the animals on the continent died from that epidemic.

  • alex hidell

    How can it not reach the United States as long as the government insists on flying ebola carriers into the country?

  • Eustace Eater

    The best way to stop the spread of Ebola is to ban all travel into and out of the countries where Ebola occurs – that includes all foreign medical personnel, NGOs, diplomats, spies, journalists, mercenaries, and military invaders.

  • Godlessness is the cause of ALL human misery. And we are wallowing in a rising sea of godliness. God is hated on earth as never before. The Earth is God’s Creation and the Earth will properly spew us out of its mouth. The very ground will rise up to strike us dead. The animals are now our enemies, including viruses, and are rising up to righteously strike us dead. Will we never learn? God is real, believe it. Google FOUNDERCHURCH PORTAL, or just FounderChurch and join up with a real church for a change. You are needed. You are wanted. FounderChurch@Gmail.Com

  • Perplexed

    Nothing says the need for a one world gov’t like a disease that crosses borders. Beware of hasty actions.

  • rv

    the virus is fast going…we cant prevent that in some manners ,, but whats better in preventing and praying is THE START of cleanliness in our own home ,,,, in that simple way well be sure that the virus wont contain us nor the doomest night wont cause a shade in our lfe

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