Monday 4 August 2014

When is Ebola not Ebola? ... When it walks off an airplane

As I pressed the "publish" button on yesterdays Ebola article, I knew that there were several more facts and pieces of information to bring to the public's attention.  Here is part II of

The Ebola Outbreak: The "Pandemic" that isn't.

The more news articles I read, the more blatant the lies and deception become.  The main stream media seems to of been caught in their tracks with their "Ebola is an airborne (aerosol) virus" lies and are now quickly backtracking and setting the record straight on that fact.  The Associated Press released this article on 5 things you need to know about the Ebola outbreak, and while they are still pushing the make-believe death toll numbers, at least they've come clean on the fact that while Ebola is a scary disease, it's not something you can get while sitting on the subway, or walking around the shopping mall.

Below are a few articles that have been released in the past 24-36 hours.  I have highlighted the the major points in each and I will show you the path to the bigger questions that are begging to be answered.

1. WEST AFRICA OUTBREAK NOW LARGEST IN HISTORY. The current outbreak in the neighboring countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone has sickened more than 1,300 people and killed at least 729 since March. The outbreak is unusual for West Africa as the disease is typically found in the center and east of the continent.
2. SOME PEOPLE HAVE SURVIVED EBOLA. While the fatality rate for Ebola can be as high as 90 percent, health officials in the three countries say people have recovered from the virus and the current death rate is about 60 percent. Those who fared best sought immediate medical attention and got supportive care to prevent dehydration even though there is no specific treatment for Ebola itself.
3. EBOLA CAN LOOK LIKE OTHER DISEASES. The early symptoms of an Ebola infection include fever, headache, muscle aches and sore throat. It can be difficult to distinguish between Ebola and malaria, typhoid fever or cholera. Only in later stages do people with Ebola begin bleeding both internally and externally, often through the nose and ears.
4. EBOLA IS ONLY SPREAD THROUGH CLOSE CONTACT. The Ebola virus is not airborne, so people would have to come into direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person. These include blood, sweat, vomit, feces, urine, saliva or semen — making transmission through casual contact in a public setting unlikely.
5. FEAR AND MISINFORMATION. In the three countries, health workers and clinics have come under attack from panicked residents who mistakenly blame foreign doctors and nurses for bringing the virus to remote communities. Family members also have removed sick Ebola patients from hospitals. Government officials have stepped up efforts to isolate patients, educate the public, check travelers and tighten borders to prevent the disease's spread.

ATLANTA—An American infected with Ebola in Liberia was being treated and monitored in the U.S. on Sunday, as doctors worked to provide care in what will be a crucial few days in his attempt to recover from the deadly disease.
About a week after his first symptoms of Ebola were reported, Kent Brantly, a doctor, was in an Atlanta hospital's special isolation unit. He had arrived Saturday, flown from Liberia in a chartered air ambulance, and he appeared in fairly good condition as he walked, covered from head to toe in a protective suit, into the unit at Emory University Hospital.\

He "WALKED"?!   Ummmmmm,   He doesn't have Ebola.

(CNN) -- Three top secret, experimental vials stored at subzero temperatures were flown into Liberia last week in a last-ditch effort to save two American missionary workers who had contracted Ebola, according to a source familiar with details of the treatment.
On July 22, Dr. Kent Brantly woke up feeling feverish. Fearing the worst, Brantly immediately isolated himself. Nancy Writebol's symptoms started three days later. A rapid field blood test confirmed the infection in both of them after they had become ill with fever, vomiting and diarrhea.....

...A representative from the National Institutes of Health contacted Samaritan's Purse in Liberia and offered the experimental treatment, known as ZMapp, for the two patients....The ZMapp vials reached the hospital in Liberia where Brantly and Writebol were being treated Thursday morning.
according to the source.
The drug was developed by the biotech firm Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc. The patients were told that this treatment had never been tried before in a human being but had shown promise in small experiments with monkeys....

.... In the monkeys, the experimental serum had been given within 48 hours of infection. Brantly didn't receive it until he'd been sick for nine days....\
Within an hour of receiving the medication, Brantly's condition dramatically improved......By the next morning, Brantly was able to take a shower on his own before getting on a specially designed Gulfstream air ambulance jet to be evacuated to the United States.

On July 30, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, an arm of the military responsible for any chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive threats, allotted additional funding to MAPP Biopharmaceutical due to "promising results."

Lets get this straight (and believe me, "getting the story straight" is not easy when literally hourly they are changing the "facts" surrounding this story!):  On July 22 Brantly began showing his first symptoms of infection.  By my count that is 14 days ago, but please feel free to pass me a calculator  and a calendar to verify this number.....  He began showing symptoms 14 days ago and was immediately isolated. 9 DAYS later he is approached with a untested, "miracle cure" ..... OK, so 14 - 9 = 5 .  Today is August 4th,  5 days ago was July 31, right?  So Brantly started showing symptoms of "ebola" infection on July 22, 9 days later on the 31 of July he is given a mysterious serum that had "miraculous" effects within an hour, he showered himself the next day, got on the private plane and he arrived in the US on August 2nd..... \

....I'll return to the outrageous improbability of that entire scenario in just a moment, but I would like to draw your attention to the final paragraph of CNN's article: |

On July 30, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, an arm of the military responsible for any chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive threats, allotted additional funding to MAPP Biopharmaceutical due to "promising results."
Does anyone else find it extremely strange that the US Dept. of Defense gave the manufacturers of the mysterious serum additional funding (due to "promising results") the day BEFORE the serum was even given to Brantly... you know, the first human the serum was ever tested on?

One of the patients, Dr. Kent Brantly, received his first dose of the medication after being ill for 9 days. He was reportedly near death at the time he received the dose, but recovered dramatically within hours of it being administered. One doctor called his recovery “miraculous,” CNN reported.

Now we'll return to the first outrageous improbability of the entire scenario that CNN is telling the world.  I'm about to be more than a bit graphic, so if you have a weak stomach for medical details, just skip this next bit.

Yesterday I gave a lot of facts about the Ebola virus- with a focus on the Ebola Zaire strain as that is the "official" strain of Ebola that the various world health agencies and the media are saying is the cause of the current "Ebola outbreak".  Ebola is a nasty virus that is the medical equivalent of the biggest baddest boogieman in the viral world.  The reason Ebola is so feared is not just because the mortality rate is extremely high, and that it kills so quickly, but because of the method of death.  Basically, in a nut shell, the Ebola Zaire virus liquifies all your internal organs, and if you don't die from the fever and extreme dehydration, you bleed to death out of every orifice or drown in your own blood.   Seriously.  Once a patient gets to a certain stage of infection, miracle serum or not, there would be no way to save their life because the damage to their internal organs- liver, lungs, intestines and stomach in particular- would be irreversible.

CNN is telling the world that Brantly was on deaths door step, and that after one shot of the "miracle" serum was miraculously recovering.  That the very next day he took a shower by himself, and then when he arrived in the US, he WALKED into the hospital?!?

I will tell you right now, without a single hesitation or shadow of a doubt:  Brantly did/does NOT have Ebola.  The very fact that the second patient hasn't even been picked up yet by the emergency  medical evacuation plane points a very large finger at the fact that obviously they don't consider these evacuations an "Emergency". 

If this was actually a case of Ebola Zaire, both of the patients would be dead already.  Zaire has the shortest gestational period, is the fastest killer and has the highest mortality rate of all the Hemorrhagic Fevers.  Yes, there is a percentage of patients that survive Ebola Zaire, but in those that do, the infection/symptoms do not escalate beyond the fever and vomiting/diarrhea stage. This is a very well established medical fact.

So let's return to the really interesting information that has been released in the past 36 hours: MAPP Biopharmaceutical company is given a bunch of dough by the US Military.  A search for "ZMAPP" doesn't show anything in a patent search, but a search for MAPP Biopharmaceutical shows a host of patents (that due to lagging internet I haven't had a chance to dig into yet- but feel free to roam around and see what you find:  ).  The official website of MAPP Biopharmaceuticals does have an interesting announcement on their news section:  Monoclonal Antibody-based Filovirus Therapeutic Licensed to Leaf Biopharmaceutical July 15, 2014

But when you search for Leaf Biopharmaceutical on the web, you discover that it's actually MAPP!   Kinda interesting, dontcha think?  I also find it enlightening that given that the patent for the Ebola "chimeric" virus that I posted yesterday shows that the original assignee is The Government of the US as Represented by the Secretary of the Dept. of health  , the main funders for ZMAPP are USAMRIID and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency with the Public Health Agency of Canada .... you know: that agency that I wrote about yesterday that is publishing complete LIES and disinfo about Ebola and the current outbreak in Africa?

I also find it very interesting that one of the above links was published on MarketWatch- the Financial sector of the Wall Street Journal. .... actually given the fact that the header of the page reads:

Health Exchange- Uncovering investing opportunities and risks in a $3 trillion industry

 .... I guess it's not all that surprizing that they are reporting on a "new drug" that is being funded by the US Military.... I'm sure that there are a LOT of investors out there that are looking at this little tid bit of information to try and make a buck or two.

Unfortunately I've been working with very limited internet today so I haven't been able to really dig deep into the patents or into who is running the patent, or who is buying up the license to distribute the medication, and who are the agents (usually a law firm) for the patents, or for any private offerings (investment offerings) that are associated with any of the above mentioned drug companies.....  I'll see what kind of internet I have tomorrow.

In closing I'll leave you with one last link:  at least the weatherman understands that Ebola is not an airborne virus.

American doctor Kent Brantly is undergoing treatment in Atlanta, after arriving at Emory University Hospital on Saturday.
Liberian Information Minister Lewis Brown said the second evacuation plane is expected to leave West Africa between at 1 a.m. and 1.30 a.m. on Tuesday....

...The unit was used for treating at least one SARS patient in 2005. Unlike Ebola, SARS - like the flu - is an airborne virus and can spread easily when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Health experts say a specialized isolation unit is not needed for treating an Ebola patient. Standard rigorous infection control measures should work at any hospital.

"Ebola is only transmitted through blood and bodily fluids," he said. "Unlike the flu, which we deal with every winter, Ebola cannot be spread through the air."


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