Sunday 12 October 2014

"Ebola" ..... Soooooo transparent!

The "Ebola" scam is reaching epic proportions.  BUT... the truth is so glaringly apparent that people are seriously questioning all the ridiculousness of "their" ever changing story.   I will be posting a few things in the next Transpicuous News Update (currently uploading now.... for the 9th time. *sigh*) and tomorrow I will be recording TN episode 3 and will have more information to share with you in that show as well.

For this moment I will leave you with some articles that I've been reading this past week on this whole "Ebola" idiocy.

Other Hoaxes Zionist Terror — 11 August 2014
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West African Ebola Outbreak is a Hoax
Make no mistake about it the claim of a West African Ebola outbreak which has made it to the Western world is a fake and a hoax. The photographic evidence does not support the existence of a real outbreak and, rather, demonstrates the degree of the fraud.
What is surely fraudulent is the claim of there are active cases of Ebola in the Western world. This is entirely fake; there are no US cases nor any cases in Europe, whether Eastern or Western.
Nevertheless, this is clearly proven by the video created by Higher Truth Channel. The videographer has done a superb job proving that this is absolutely a fraud:
There is no doubt about it this is a psyops. The Spanish patient is non-existent. That same is true of the US patients. It’s a complete fake. The  evidence from Spain proves it. Fake beyond belief, the whole claim of cases of Ebola being transported to Western countries is a terminal lie.
These are military men. There is no way this could be the case in a real epidemic; there is no need for such a military escort for a mere epidemic case.
It can be seen, as demonstrated below, that the men in the suits are also military, with one of them saluting the ambulance as it pulls up:
The hard evidence, though, is in relationship to the person in the isolation unit. That’s because there is no such person. The unit is empty.
The IV bag is being held outside the unit; that makes no sense. It means the unit is not a truly isolation one, that is it is exposed to the elements. This means that this entire event is being staged.
There is no one there, as is proven by zooming in:
There are clamps inside the unit and various medical devices. However, there is no human in the element, and that fact is absolute.
Now comes the media circus and also the three ring circus of the police cars, motorcycles, and multiple ambulances. There is purportedly only one patient. Yet, there are three ambulances, all in a row?

Here is yet another image, a much clearer one, of the Spanish part of the hoax. Once again, the men in the protective suits are military agents, not medical people. There is no patient in the isolation unit. It is all a filthy lie.
The locals know it is a hoax, as is demonstrated by the following board:
Note how there is the claim that some 300 people have been killed by the government actions against Ebola, not by the disease itself. Corruption, fraud, and criminal activities are noted.
Dr. Kent Brantly (2nd R) speaks with colleagues at the case management center on the campus of ELWA Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia in this undated handout photograph courtesy of Samaritan's Purse. REUTERS-Samaritan's Purse-Handout via Reuters
What about the missionaries? They, too, are a part of the hoax. Their role is being staged, just like the non-existent Spanish patient:

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Lets play a game of spot the bullshit and spot the truth:

Just How Serious Is Ebola? Look at its History – The True Story of Ebola in Reston, Virginia

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The “monkey house” in Reston. Image Credit:
Ebola Reston – In October 1989, the community of Reston, Virginia went about their daily lives not realizing that a serious crisis was developing right in their back yards that would not be entirely resolved until March 1990. It was a serious calamity that could have wiped out the entire population. This dire emergency was described twenty years ago by Richard Preston in his non-fiction book, “The Hot Zone.” The “hot zone” refers to an “area that contains lethal, infectious organisms” also dubbed “hot agent,” an “extremely lethal virus, potentially airborne.” (Richard PrestonThe Hot Zone, Random House, New York, 1994, p. 296)
The people in the book are real, two victims’ names have been changed, and the narrative and dialog were masterfully reconstructed from interviews and memories of those who participated in the crises.
Hazelton Research Products, a division of Corning, Inc. was importing and selling lab animals. On October 4, 1989, the monkey house called Reston Primate Quarantine Unit located not far from Leesburg Pike, received a shipment of one hundred crab-eating monkeys (a type of macaque) from the Philippines, caught on the island of Mindanao. Two of the monkeys were dead in their shipping crates. By first of November, 29 of the monkeys were dead, most of them in Room F. The heating and air system had failed so it was assumed the deaths had occurred from ambient conditions. Each night more macaques died. By November 16, a tentative diagnosis was given “simian hemorrhagic fever.”
Thomas Geisbert, an intern at the Institute discovered under his electron microscope the dreaded Ebola virus. Dr. Jahrling tested the virus cultures from the macaques against three known blood serums:
  1. Musoke (test for Marburg virus)
  2. Boniface (test for Ebola Sudan)
  3. Mayinga (test for Ebola Zaire)
The virus cultures glowed brightly against the Mayinga blood serum indicating that the monkeys in the Reston house died of Ebola Zaire strain, the deadliest of all filoviruses (Ebola).
The Institute is short for the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) located at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Its “mission is medical defense” with specialty in “drugs, vaccines, and biocontainment.” The Institute’s Army and civilian personnel were instrumental in the containment of the Ebola Reston virus in a Reston, Virginia monkey holding facility.
To contain the spread of Ebola Reston, the mutated strain of Ebola Zaire, the Army chose the bio-hazard operation of killing all the monkeys, bag them, incinerate their carcasses, and chemically clean and fumigate the building with formaldehyde gas. Their mission was to safeguard the population, euthanize the animals humanely (anesthetic, sedative, and a lethal drug), and gather samples for research from liver and spleen in order to identify the strain and how it traveled. The entire operation was done in biohazard Level 4 suits. To a trained eye, the badly liquefied organs and tissues, the red eyes, frozen faces, and slacking muscles left no doubt that the monkeys died of Ebola. By December 7, 1989, four hundred and fifty monkeys were euthanized, some already very sick and some harboring the virus. (pp. 212-213)
Two monkey handlers got sick, one had a heart attack and another one was sent to the Fairfax Hospital with flu-like symptoms and vomiting. For unknown reasons, although both had been exposed to the Ebola virus, neither had contracted Ebola.
After the three-day decontamination, the building was turned back over from the Army custody to the Hazleton Research Products who bought more macaques from the Philippines from the same source in Manila. By middle January 1990, monkeys in Room C started to die with bloody noses. It was Ebola again from the Philippines, not Africa. The monkeys were destroyed and the company vacated the building.
According to Richard Preston, the disaster in that ‘building was a kind of experiment.’ “Now they would see what Ebola could do naturally in a population of monkeys living in a confined air space, in a kind of city, as it were. The Ebola Reston virus jumped quickly from room to room. … Ebola apparently drifted through the building’s air-handling ducts.” (pp. 251-252)
Strangely, an animal caretaker, “John Coleus,” who was doing a necropsy on a dead monkey, cut his thumb with a bloody scalpel, which is a major exposure to Ebola. Everyone expected him to die, but he never got sick. The virus entered his blood stream. The other two animal caretakers, however, did not cut themselves. The virus entered their bodies through “contact with lungs; everyone at USAMRIID concluded that Ebola can spread through the air.” (p. 254)
Peter Jahrling, who actually “whiffed the Ebola and lived to tell about it,” wondered, “Why is the Zaire stuff hot for humans? Why isn’t the Reston hot for humans, when the strains are so close to each other? The Ebola Reston virus is almost certainly transmitted by some airborne route. Those Hazleton workers who had the virus—I’m pretty sure they got it through the air.” (p. 257)
“Pictures of the lungs of a monkey infected with Ebola Zaire are fogged with Ebola. … You can see Ebola particles clearly in the air spaces of the lung,” said LTC Nancy Jaax, chief of pathology at USAMRIID in 1989, a participant in the Reston biohazard operation. (p. 260)
The four strains of Ebola filoviruses (string viruses) are: Marburg, Ebola Sudan, Ebola Zaire, and Ebola Reston. They are named for the Ebola River, “a tributary of the Congo, or Zaire, River.” The most virulent of the viruses, the Zaire strain first appeared in September 1976 in 55 villages around the Ebola River. The kill rate is 90 percent.


Charles Monet, after traveling to Kitum Cave on Mount Elgon (located between Uganda and Kenya), came down on January 8, 1980 with the Marburg virus and died in a Nairobi hospital on January 15, attended by Dr. Shem Musoke (the Marburg virus test is named after him). Dr. Musoke came down with the Marburg virus nine days later. Dr. Musoke survived with no memory of his ordeal. He became a leading physician at the Nairobi Hospital with Dr. David Silverstein who saved his life and the lives of many others when he persuaded the Kenyan officials to shut down the Nairobi Hospital in order to prevent further infections. Vials of Musoke’s infected blood were sent to labs around the world. “The Marburg in his blood had come from Charles Monet’s black vomit and perhaps originally from Kitum Cave. (pp. 32-33)
In 1987, a Danish boy called “Peter Cardinal” went by car on a summer trip with his family who wanted to show him “the beauty and sweetness of Kenya.” He got sick, turned black-and-blue with little red spots, red eyes, unable to breathe, and died of Marburg in spite of treatment at Nairobi Hospital by Dr. David Silverstein, the same doctor who saved Dr. Musoke’s life. “Peter Cardinal” had visited the same cave Charles Monet did, Kitum Cave on Mount Elgon. (pp. 90-96)
Marburg virus kills 25 percent of patients. Marburg is an African organism but was named after the German town Marburg because the virus erupted there first in 1967 in Behring Works, a producer of vaccines from kidney cells of African green monkeys imported from Uganda. The first reported victim was Klaus F., who fed the monkeys and washed their cages. He became ill on August 8, 1967 and died two weeks later. (p. 26)
Prior to the Klaus F. casualty, in the period of 1962-1965, there were unconfirmed reports of people and monkeys dying with symptoms of bleeding and a “peculiar skin rash” on the slopes of Mount Elgon in Eastern Uganda.
Red eyes, fever, uncontrolled vomiting of black blood, sloughing off intestinal tissues, fulminating liver failure, brain damage, veins bursting, and liquefaction of tissues are some of the horrendous symptoms of Ebola.
Richard Preston said that Marburg has an effect on humans as if they were exposed to radiation – connective tissues, intestines, skin are affected, hair dies at the root, radiation-like burns cause skin to peel off hands, faces, feet, and genitals, blown up or semi-rotten testicles. (p. 27)
Ebola virus is composed of seven different proteins, four of which are completely unknown, their structure and function are a mystery. Ebola is a distant relative of measles, mumps, and rabies, the parainfluenza virus, and the syncytial virus. Ebola attacks the immune system in a similar manner of HIV. (p. 46)

Ebola Zaire

The Mayinga strain of the Ebola Zaire came from a nurse working at a hospital in Zaire, who cared for a Roman Catholic nun who died of Ebola. The young woman’s name was Mayinga N. The nun infected Mayinga when she bled all over her. The twenty-year-old died of Ebola on October 19, 1976. (p. 54)
“No one caught the virus from nurse Mayinga, even though she had been in close contact with at least thirty-seven people and shared a bottle of soda pop with someone, and not even that person became ill.” (p. 89)
How infectious is Ebola Zaire? “Five or ten Ebola-virus particles suspended in a droplet of blood could easily slip through a pinhole in a surgical glove, and that might be enough to start an explosive infection.” (p. 63)
Ebola Zaire kills much of the host while it is still alive. It turns the inside of the body into “digested slime of virus particles,” “the collagen in the body turns to mush, and the underlayers of the skin die and liquefy.” The mouth bleeds, heart bleeds into itself, brain swells with dead blood cells and strokes, eyes fill up with blood, other orifices ooze blood, liver swells, turns yellow, liquefies and cracks. Epileptic convulsions appear in the final stages. (pp. 72-75)
Karl Johnson, one of the discoverers of the Ebola Virus, said to the author, “A virus can be useful to a species by thinning it out.” (p. 83)
Ebola Zaire, twice as lethal as Ebola Sudan, was first mentioned in September 1976 in a region of northern Zaire called Bumba Zone in the vicinity of the Ebola River, but nobody knows who the first victim was.
A school teacher received an injection from the Yambuku Hospital with one of the five hypodermic syringes that were used to give shots to hundreds of people in the outpatient and maternity clinics. This teacher came down with Ebola Zaire a few days later. Nobody knows who the person was who received the shot right before the school teacher. Ebola erupted in 55 villages around the hospital, first in those who received shots and then in family members, particularly women who prepare the dead for burial. (p. 71)

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and this:

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary

Executive Order -- Revised List of Quarantinable Communicable Diseases


- - - - - - -

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 264(b) of title 42, United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1.  Amendment to Executive Order 13295.  Based upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, in consultation with the Acting Surgeon General, and for the purposes set forth in section 1 of Executive Order 13295 of April 4, 2003, as amended by Executive Order 13375 of April 1, 2005, section 1 of Executive Order 13295 shall be further amended by replacing subsection (b) with the following:

"(b)  Severe acute respiratory syndromes, which are diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.  This subsection does not apply to influenza."

Sec. 2.  General Provisions.  (a)  Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department, agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b)  This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

Executive Order 13295—Revised

List of Quarantinable Communicable


April 4, 2003

By the authority vested in me as President
by the Constitution and the laws of the
United States of America, including section
361(b) of the Public Health Service Act (42
U.S.C. 264(b)), it is hereby ordered as fol-
Section 1.
Based upon the recommenda-
tion of the Secretary of Health and Human
Services (the ‘‘Secretary’’), in consultation
with the Surgeon General, and for the pur-
pose of specifying certain communicable dis-
eases for regulations providing for the appre-
hension, detention, or conditional release of
individuals to prevent the introduction, trans-
mission, or spread of suspected commu-
nicable diseases, the following communicable
diseases are hereby specified pursuant to sec-
tion 361(b) of the Public Health Service Act:
(a) Cholera; Diphtheria; infectious Tu-
berculosis; Plague; Smallpox; Yellow
Fever; and Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers
(Lassa, Marburg, Ebola, Crimean-
Congo, South American, and others
not yet isolated or named).
(b) Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
(SARS), which is a disease associated
with fever and signs and symptoms of
pneumonia or other respiratory ill-
ness, is transmitted from person to
person predominantly by the aero-
solized or droplet route, and, if spread
in the population, would have severe
public health consequences.
Sec. 2.
The Secretary, in the Secretary’s
discretion, shall determine whether a par-
ticular condition constitutes a communicable
disease of the type specified in section 1 of
this order.

Sooooooooo.... as far back as 2004, geogie porgie set up the "Ebola" play.   Nice eh?  Spread the info around my friends! 

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