We received a warning that the Ebola outbreak is spreading, but that’s one of the coming attractions in the theater that shows one virus after another.
Right now, the fear is the bleeding symptom. Now people, when they see blood, say it’s the virus.
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Yahoo News reported: “…the World Health Organization reported a cluster of Ebola cases in Guinea…The Biden administration is moving forward with plans to screen airline passengers from two African countries arriving in the U.S. for Ebola….”
Because we do our jobs, others don’t. We have covered the Ebola story in 2017 and 2014, and here we will share with you essential quotes from my pieces during that period.
We have one very obvious outcome. At Congo clinics and hospitals, frightened people who arrive with early symptoms of Ebola will be diagnosed as probable cases. The symptoms are fever, chill, sore throat, cough, headache, joint pain. These symptoms are the signs of ordinary flu.
The campaign to make people believe that the Ebola virus can take over the world frightens the people. People are hysterical. That’s preventing a hard look at Liberia, Sierra Leone, and the Republic of Guinea, three African nations where poverty and illness are staples of daily life for an overwhelming number of people.
Don’t clean the contaminated water supplies, don’t return the stolen land, so they can thrive and grow food and achieve nutrition health, don’t solve overcrowding, don’t install basic sanitation, etc. This is happening because they later throw off the local and global corporate juggernauts that take off all the land of all its resources.
One cover story is essential that will exonerate the power structure.
Everything is about the virus, the demon! The virus is the single enemy!
They force you to forget the facts; for example, pharmacists found the widespread and unconscionable use of beta-lactam antibiotics, which cause excessive bleeding.
Ebola effect is placed on the market in the world press: (J Clin Microbiol, July 2013, 51(7), 2435-2438), and Annals of Internal Medicine Dec. 1986, “Potential for bleeding with the new beta-lactam antibiotics”)
They force us to forget that pesticide companies are famous for shipping toxic pesticides to Africa, and one effect is bleeding. Any sane doctor would replace electrolytes with simple supplementation, but the standard medical line goes like this: Germs cause diarrhea, and we have to pile on massive amounts of antibiotics to kill the germs.
These drugs kill the bacteria in the gut and the beneficial ones, too, so the patient can’t absorb what food he has access to, and then he dies. He can also bleed.
But, according to the doctors, it’s from Ebola, from the virus.
One reporter, Charles Yates, uncovered a scandal in Liberia centered on the Firestone Rubber Plantation and chemical dumpling, poisoned water. Even Rash is listed as an Ebola symptom.
David Rasnick, Ph.D., announced this shocking finding:
“I have examined in detail the literature on isolation and Ems [EM: electron microscope pictures] of both Ebola and Marburg viruses. I have not found any convincing evidence that the Ebola virus (and, for that matter, Marburg) has been isolated from humans. There is certainly no confirmatory evidence of human isolation.”
We don’t have evidence that the Ebola virus exists.
Rasnick got his Ph.D. from the G.A. Institute of Technology and spent 25 years working with proteases and protease inhibitors.
What about the nurses and doctors in West Africa who treat Ebola patients? They are ill with the dreaded disease.
These people work in high temperatures, in-clinic rooms sprayed with a toxic organophosphate pesticide. They are sealed into hazmat suits at higher temperatures, and they need IV rehydration. A doctor shared that in the suit there was chlorine which is toxic.
The Experts show grave doubts about Ebola, all the way back in 1977. The 1977 reference here is: “Ebola Virus Haemorrhagic Fever: Proceedings of an International Colloquium on Ebola Virus Infection and Other Haemorrhagic Fevers held in Antwerp, Belgium, 6-8 December, 1977.”
The report is 280 pages, and it’s worth reading.
“It is impossible to consider the virological diagnosis of Ebola virus infection loose [apart] from the diagnosis of haemorrhagic fevers in general. The clinical picture of the disease indeed is too nonspecific to allow any hypothesis as to which virus may be responsible for any given case.”
Those who emphasize that there is a history of bleeding fevers in some parts of Africa, there is a history of horrendous malnutrition.
The reference here is “Measuring pesticide ecological and health risks in West African agriculture…” Feb. 17, 2014, published in Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, by PC Jepson et al.
“The survey was conducted at 19 locations in five countries and obtained information from 1704 individuals who grew 22 different crops. Over the 2 years of surveying, farmers reported use of 31 pesticides…
“…certain compounds represented high risk in multiple environmental and human health compartments, including carbofuran, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, endosulfan and methamidophos.
“Health effects included cholinesterase inhibition, developmental toxicity, impairment of thyroid function and depressed red blood cell count…”
The study also notes that “[p]esticide imports to West Africa grew at an estimated 19% a year in the 1990s…well ahead of the growth in agricultural production of 2.5%…” In other words, pesticides have flooded West Africa.
Here is another vital observation made in the study: “The distribution and sale of pesticides in West Africa is not effectively regulated. Multiple channels of supply commonly include the repackaging of obsolete or illegal stocks [extremely toxic] and the correspondence between the contents of containers to what is stated on the label is poor…”
We have to analyze the pesticides mentioned in the study.
‘’ Carborfuran—According to the New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior Services Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet, exposure to Carbofuran “can cause weakness, sweating, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, and blurred vision. Higher levels can cause muscle twitching, loss of coordination, and may cause breathing to stop [imminent death].”
Chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, and methamidophos are organophosphates. The Pesticide Action Network describes organophosphates as “among the most acutely toxic of all pesticides…they deactivate an enzyme, Cholinesterase, which is essential for healthy nerve function.” Health Impact News reported.
Here is a quote from a study, “Potential for bleeding with the new beta-lactam antibiotics,” Ann Intern Med December 1986; 105(6):924-31:
“Several new beta-lactam antibiotics impair normal hemostasis [body processes that stop bleeding]… These antibiotics often cause the template bleeding time to be markedly prolonged (greater than 20 minutes)… dangerous bleeding due to impaired platelet aggregation requires treatment with platelet concentrates.”
Here is a summary from MedlinePlus:
“The Clostridium difficile bacteria normally lives in the intestine. However, too much of these bacteria may grow when you take antibiotics. The bacteria give off a strong toxin that causes inflammation and bleeding in the lining of the colon…Any antibiotic can cause this condition. The drugs responsible for the problem most of the time are ampicillin, clindamycin, fluoroquinolones, and cephalosporins…”
AAPS (American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists): “For instance, in most areas of West Africa, antibiotics are commonly sold as over-the-counter medications.”
TWN (Third World Network): “…a survey carried out in 1999 showed that nearly one out of two antidiarrheal products in Third World countries contained an unnecessary antibiotic…” [and chronic diarrhea in the Third World is a leading cause of death, so you can be sure that these antidiarrheal drugs are consumed in great quantities].
“…75 products (including some antibiotics) which had been pulled out or banned in one or more European countries were identified in the Third World in 1991.”
Banned antibiotics are exceptionally toxic.
In light of that, consider the following excerpt from the healthgrades.com article, “What is vomiting blood?”
“Vomiting blood indicates the presence of bleeding in the digestive tract…
“Vomiting blood may be caused by many different conditions, and the severity varies among individuals. The material vomited may be bright red or it may be dark-colored like coffee grounds…”
“The uniqueness” of “Ebola-blood-vomiting” is a fairy tale.
One study reports: “With high DDT resistance present throughout much of West Africa, carbamates and organophosphates are increasingly important alternatives to pyrethroids for indoor residual spraying (IRS).”
And then there is this: “In nine patients suffering from organophosphate intoxication, platelet function and blood coagulation parameters were investigated…In five of nine patients a marked bleeding tendency was observed.
The bleeding tendency in organophosphate intoxication is probably mainly caused by the defective platelet function.” (Klin Wochenschur, Sept. 3, 1984;62 (17):814-20, author: m. Zieman)
We have many reports, From the (Liberian) Daily Observer, Oct. 14, “Breaking: Formaldehyde in Water Allegedly Causing Ebola-like symptoms”:
“A man in Schieffelin, a community located in Margibi County on the Robertsfield Highway, has been arrested for attempting to put formaldehyde into a well used by the community.”
“Reports say around 10 a.m., he approached the well with powder in a bottle. Mobbed by the community, he confessed that he had been paid to put formaldehyde into the well, and that he was not the only one. He reportedly told community dwellers, ‘We are many.’ There are agents in Harbel, Dolostown, Cotton Tree and other communities around the country, he said.”
“State radio, ELBC, reports that least 10 people in the Dolostown community have died after drinking water from poisoned wells.”
The ATSDR (U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) in its Guidelines for medical management of formaldehyde poisoning, lists these symptoms: “nausea, vomiting, pain, bleeding, CNS depression, coma…”
From irinnews: “LIBERIA: Community demands answers on rubber pollution”:
“MONROVIA, 4 June 2009 (IRIN) – People living next to Firestone Natural Rubber Company’s plantation in Harbel, 45km outside of Liberia’s capital Monrovia, say pollution from the concession is destroying their health, ruining their livelihoods and even killing residents.”
“Firestone’s Liberia rubber concession is the second-largest rubber producer in Africa and employs some 14,000 Liberians.”
“Residents of the town of Kpanyarh, just next to Firestone’s rubber plantation in Harbel, say the creek from which they fish and drink their water in the dry season has been contaminated with toxins.”
“’We used to fish and drink the water,’ 67-year-old Kpanyarh resident John Powell told IRIN on a visit to the creek which runs just outside the town. He said the water became toxic in October 2008. ‘We can’t drink it any longer. Some of our people have already died from this. We have drawn Firestone’s attention to our plight but they have ignored it.’”
“In mid-May on an IRIN visit to the area, acidic fumes emanating from the creek caused people’s eyes to water and made it difficult to breathe.”
From BBC News: “The three-month investigation found that a plant south-east of the capital Monrovia was responsible for high [toxic] levels of orthophosphate in creeks.”
From the Daily Mail, August 5, 2014, an article headlined, “In boiling hot suits…”:
“Doctor Hannah Spencer revealed how she wills herself to feel safe inside a boiling hot air-sealed Hazmat suit…”
“Boiling: Doctors and nurses lose up to five litres in sweat during an hour-long shift in the suits and have to spend two hours rehydrating after…”
“To minimize the risk of infection, they have to wear thick rubber boots that come up to their knees, an impermeable bodysuit, gloves, a face mask, a hood, and goggles to ensure no air at all can touch their skin.”
“Dr. Spencer, 27, and her colleagues lose up to five liters of sweat during a shift treating victims and have to spend two hours rehydrating afterward.”
“At their camp, they go through multiple decontaminations, which include spraying chlorine on their shoes.”
“Dr. Spencer: ‘We would like to keep a [patient] visit between 45 minutes and one hour, but now, we’re stretching it to almost two hours. We put ourselves through a very strong physiological stress when we’re using personal protection gear.’”
“‘We sweat, we’re losing water; we’re getting hotter, and it wreaks havoc on the body. Our own endurance starts to wear down.’”
In another Daily Mail article (“What’s shocking is how Ebola patients look before they die…”), Dr. Oliver Johnson describes working in protective gear: “The heat of the suits is quickly overwhelming, as your goggles steam up and you feel the sweat dripping underneath. And the smell of chlorine is intense.”
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