Ebola: A Conspiracy Disease?

Published on 25th August 2014

I first heard about the Ebola virus while I was in Canada in the early 1990’s when I was already writing about AIDS. The disease that was said to be caused by this virus was described as haemorrhagic fever and the strain of the virus was described as Ebola Zaire. They said those affected bled from all the orifices. As stated in the opening paragraph, Ebola was mentioned in the early 1990’s or earlier.

One morning in North America, I was watching the NBC television programme hosted by Bryant Gamble. During the course of the programme, a white American guy, Richard Preston, was interviewed about Ebola. He had written a book titled The Hot Zone. A clip featuring him wearing protective clothing appeared in which it was purported to have been recorded in African caves where he was researching about the Ebola virus.

The US’s Center for Disease Control (CDC) says this virus is 97% similar to the Zaire strain. There doesn’t seem to be a consensus on what to call this new strain. One study refers to it as “Guinean EBOV,” another as “Guinea 2014 EBOV Ebola virus” and others still refer to it as Zaire. Alternative media sources report that this particular strain that is responsible for the current outbreak of the pandemic in West Africa is not Ebola Zaire. It is a new strain and maybe more dangerous than the Zaire variety. The symptoms are the same but the new strain seems difficult to contain. It is airborne. It does not spread through body fluids as health officials, governments and the mainstream media have been telling us. The rate at which this strain has spread is unprecedented. It can spread between different species of animals, for example, from monkeys to pigs.

The media has embarked on a red herring. As reported in topsecret.com, media coverage is now focusing on the experimental Ebola treatments being given to two American Ebola patients who contracted it while caring for victims in Africa — the site of the world's deadliest outbreak. But that Ebola treatment, created by a leading bioengineering scientist from the University of Arizona who "joked" about wiping out humanity with a "better" genetically engineered virus during a post-lecture Q&A focused on over-population issues, citing the Hollywood film 'Contagion.'

It continued to point out that as Truthstream Media previously reported, on February 2, 2012, Dr. Charles Arntzen, head of The Biodesign Institute for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, responded to a question pertaining to whether feeding the 8 billion people of the world was worth it, or whether population reduction should be pursued. The scientist quipped: “Has anybody seen ‘Contagion’? That’s the answer! Go out and use genetic engineering to create a better virus… 25 percent of the population is supposed to go in Contagion.”

One of the writers said, “I know some of you will say, 'he was just joking around.' But we know there are some mad scientists out there who actually believe this. They believe it, and they have the financial backing to seriously consider doing it. Whatever this scientist's motivation, I find it highly disturbing that he would joke about such a thing. It also betrays the contempt for humanity that many scientists hold.” (http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1025707/pg1).The above site captures Dr Arntzen in a YouTube video clip making those foreboding and blood-curdling remarks. The above comments are from one of the writers of Truthstream Media who say that many scientists have contempt for humanity.

Apparently Contagion is a Hollywood movie whose story line is depopulation of people from the so-called Third World, especially Africans, Asians and Latin Americans. Those that Hitler and the Nazis referred to as “useless eaters.”

Former President of the World Bank (1968–1981) Robert McNamara once said that reduction of excess population in this thermo-nuclear age can be achieved through war, famine and inoculation of disease. He was one of the authors of The Global 2000 Report which called for the elimination of 2-billion people by the year 2000. Wherever a lessening of population can increase the prospects for minerals from abroad, especially from less-developed countries, population policy becomes relevant to resources and supplies.

According to Mosalagae Ditshego in The True Forces behind Genocide in Africa that appeared in The Final Call (1994), “These diseases, wars and famines are orchestrated. This Ebola pandemic is a biological warfare against Africans...Our scientists and medical doctors are conniving and colluding with African leaders because they beg for research funding from them. Young African scientists and medical doctors with courage must join the war against man-made diseases and famines imposed through genetically modified organisms.”

By Sam Ditshego.

The writer is a senior researcher at the Pan Africanist Research Institute.

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