When you find something you have no control over, can’t stop, and can’t get rid of once you catch it, you generally stay away from it. When you find this and it is nowhere near where you live, you generally don’t bring it into your house. Unless you want to destroy your house.
In April there was an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the African country of Guinea. Ebola Virus Disease, or Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever, has no known cure, and a mortality rate of between 50% and 90%. The virus quickly spread from Guinea to Liberia and Sierra Leone, and the World Health Organization is saying the virus is spreading faster than their attempts to stop it.
Aid workers and volunteers have been evacuated before they can get infected, the evacuation came too late for an American Doctor, Dr. Kent Brantly and an American volunteer, Nancy Writebol, who both contracted the disease. Instead of sending a medical team to Africa to treat the infected patients, the government is flying them to be treated here in the US. An experimental serum was delivered to Liberia to treat Nancy, Dr. Brantly declined to take the medicine instead insisted on giving it to her. This is only an experimental drug, and they only have one dose, quite interesting that they could only make one dose isn’t it?
Next week the US is hosting an US/African leader summit in Washington DC, and there will be leaders with large entourages from, Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, the countries currently being devastated by the Ebola Virus. President Obama said he will not cancel or relocate the summit, because the leaders will be screened prior to the summit. The problem with that is the Ebola Virus can infect a host for up to 21 days without symptoms. So even if the delegates are screened there is a possibility they can still be carrying the virus.
Why would a country’s leader, who is tasked with the care of the citizens, invite such a danger into his country? Why would anyone take that risk? Especially when we have had in the recent past just found in a federal lab, over 300 vials of bacteria and viruses, such as dengue fever, small pox, influenza and Rickettsia, and just last month California lost control of an illegal alien with drug resistant Tuberculosis. This country’s track record as of late with dealing with diseases and carriers of diseases is abysmal to say the least.
There is no reason to introduce a risk such as this into an area that was never in any danger of facing this disease naturally. If this disease got out into the general public it could spread like wild-fire, why even chance that? The government has already shown its disdain for the citizens of this country, and they have already placed the citizens in danger by ignoring the very laws it swore an oath to uphold. Is it so far of a jump to think they might be bringing it here for a more sinister reason? Could this be the death of our nation? Could this all be by design? The design of death?