6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.
10 Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.
Matthew 18 King James Bible
DRTOA – Ya Think ???
We believe there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles both near and at a distance from infected patients, which means that healthcare workers should be wearing respirators, not facemasks… To summarize, for the following reasons we believe that Ebola could be an opportunistic aerosol-transmissible disease requiring adequate respiratory protection: i) Patients and procedures generate aerosols, and Ebola virus remains viable in aerosols for up to 90 minutes; ii) All sizes of aerosol particles are easily inhaled both near to and far from the patient; iii) Crowding, limited air exchange, and close interactions with patients all contribute to the probability that healthcare workers will be exposed to high concentrations of very toxic infectious aerosols; iv) Ebola targets immune response cells found in all epithelial tissues, including in the respiratory and gastrointestinal system; v) Experimental data support aerosols as a mode of disease transmission in non-human primates.
DRTOA – What the US Gov has done is chosen to save their fiat dollar and not human life. If the governments wanted to save the population, the economy would certainly collapse. So instead we are told it is not airborne and very difficult to contract. It is nothing more than Orwellian double speak. Schools, hospitals, public bathrooms, big box stores and public transportation have now become potential death traps!
by Michael Snyder, End of the American Dream:
How did a health worker in Dallas wearing full protective gear catch Ebola if the virus “does not spread easily”? Just last week, Barack Obama declared to the public that you cannot get Ebola “sitting next to someone on a bus”, and yet a nurse in protective gear that was taking extreme precautions to avoid being exposed to the disease has just caught it. The head of the CDC says that there must have been a “breach in protocol” somewhere, because of course the CDC guidelines regarding the transmission of this virus could never be wrong. Even with everything that has happened, our public officials are still insisting that Ebola is “difficult to catch”. But could it be possible that they are wrong? More than 200 health workers over in Africa that were treating Ebola patients in full protective gear have ended up contracting Ebola themselves. More than 100 of them have died. We were told that would never happen in the United States because we are so much more advanced than they are over in Africa. But now it has happened. Our very first Ebola case passed the virus to a health worker that was treating him. If Ebola can be transmitted to health workers this easily, what chance is the general public going to have during a full-blown Ebola pandemic?
by Bix Weir, Road To Roota:
Many people have sent me the following article related to a huge meeting next week with the heads of the US and UK financial regulators. The meeting has to do with the ability to wind down large “Too Big to Fail” banks. Here’s one of the articles:
“Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, on Monday will run a joint exercise simulating how they would prop up a large bank with operations in both countries that has landed in trouble … Also taking part are Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, and the heads of a large number of other regulators, in a meeting hosted by the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.”
On the face of it it doesn’t seem like such a big deal but how many times have we heard of “exercises” and “simulations” being scheduled and run the very same day as an actual false flag event happens??
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/09/2014 22:51 -0400
If there is one thing that is becoming clear in the last few weeks, it is the divergence of opinion between a ‘nothing-to-see-here-move-along’ government and the ‘not-afraid-to-say-it-like-it-is’ people actually dealing with the Ebola outbreak. Today, that divergence became utterly chasmic as President Obama opined:
*OBAMA REITERATES CHANCE OF EBOLA OUTBREAK IN U.S. EXTREMELY LOW
Followed by CDC Director Frieden’s perspective that:
“I’ve been working in public health for 30 years… The only thing like this has been AIDS. And we have to work now so that this is not the world’s next AIDS.”
and then none other than SOUTHCOM Commander, Marine Gen. John F. Kelly warns that:
“The nightmare scenario, I think, is right around the corner.”
So whose truth do you choose to believe?
Surgeon General will have zero impact on Ebola
As Rahm Emanuel advised, Democrats should never let a good crisis go to waste.
That’s what they’re doing over at MSNBC. Exploiting the Ebola crisis to trash Republicans who are opposed to Obama’s choice for surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy.
Back in March we wrote about Murthy, who “is a rabid anti-Second Amendment ideologue who believes firearms ownership is a public health issue. Murthy is the president and co-founder of Doctors for America, an organization that melds healthcare and support for gun control legislation.”
Murthy’s organization, Doctors for America, believes the Second Amendment is a health issue.
“For few other issues would we tolerate this state of affairs. If tens of thousands of Americans died every year of an infectious disease and there was no policy response, there would be a public outcry. If research clearly demonstrated that there were simple solutions to prevent all these deaths and still nothing changed, public health experts would be furious. It is time for us to recognize that we must take action to save thousands of lives and demand change from our politicians.”
Naturally, this brought a strong response from advocates of the Constitution and the Second Amendment, including Kentucky Senator Rand Paul. Murthy’s nomination was opposed by the NRA and held up by Republicans.
On Friday, Krystal Ball and Anne Thompson, writing for MSNBC, said the United States needs a Surgeon General to deal with the Ebola crisis:
If only there was someone around who could educate the American public about the actual level of risk. Someone who was trusted as a public health expert and whose job it was to help us understand what we really need to worry about and what precautions we should take.
Actually, that is one of the primary responsibilities of the United States surgeon general. There’s just one problem: Thanks to Senate dysfunction and NRA opposition, we don’t have a surgeon general right now. In fact, we haven’t had a surgeon general for more than a year now — even though the president nominated the eminently qualified Dr. Vivek Murthy back in November 2013.
The Surgeon General is the operational head of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, a “uniformed service” of the government. The Surgeon General spends most of his or her time handing out public health awards and decorations and proselytizing the public on what the government considers health issues. Probably the most famous and well-known of these is the warning printed on the side of a pack of cigarettes and on alcoholic beverage bottles.
This bureaucrat attached to the Pentagon will have zero impact on Ebola. MSNBC is either unaware of this or is merely exploiting Ebola to criticize Republicans in the Senate for refusing to confirm the nomination of Murthy, who is an anti-Second Amendment ideologue.
Never let a good crisis go to waste. Instead of addressing the real issue – the government is encouraging Ebola patients to enter the United States under a politically correct “right of return” and thus seriously endangering public health – MSNBC is turning a deadly disease into a political football.
lfb.org / BY CHRIS CAMPBELL / OCT 3, 2014
We’re under attack.
We are experiencing the worst Ebola outbreak in world history.
If we miss any breaking news in today’s episode, we apologize. This story is fast-moving and we’re taking it in as we go.
But one thing won’t change: We’ve provided a list of items for you to consider purchasing before a potential outbreak occurs in the United States.
If you wait until an outbreak happens, it could be too late.
More on that in a moment.
** According to one microbiologist from Springfield, Missouri, the CDC is lying about the dangers of the infection.
Dr. Gil Mobley wore a protective suit yesterday at Atlanta International to protest how the CDC is handling Ebola.
“With 10,000 people flying out of West Africa daily, it’s only a matter of time until all corners of the world are exposed,” he told reporters. “Once it devours third world countries, the U.S. will be importing these cases daily. Eventually, the clusters will overwhelm even the most advanced countries’ ability to isolate and quarantine all those exposed.”
“The CDC is asleep at the wheel,” Mobley said. “It’s going to be bad, and I want to make sure that this conversation is happening that this could get out of control in the United States.”
** Unlike Mobley, we don’t think you should freak out (yet)…
Instead you should get to know the dangers, cut through the clutter (and fearmongering), and make smart choices if you’re in an area where the infection may be spreading (listen up, Texas!).
thedailysheeple.com / Lily Dane / October 2nd, 2014
By now, none of us should be surprised that “health officials” and their associated agencies really DON’T know much about Ebola or how it is transmitted.
But this information is a bit shocking, even considering that it involves one of those government agencies.
Even just a month ago, we were told that Ebola isn’t easy to catch. Here’s what the CDC website said back on September 9, 2014:
When an infection does occur in humans, the virus can be spread in several ways to others. The virus is spread through direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with
- a sick person’s blood or body fluids (urine, saliva, feces, vomit, and semen)
- objects (such as needles) that have been contaminated with infected body fluids
- infected animals
Healthcare workers and the family and friends in close contact with Ebola patients are at the highest risk of getting sick because they may come in contact with infected blood or body fluids.
On September 11, 2014, here’s what the CDC’s Questions and Answers on Ebola page said about transmission of the virus:
How is Ebola spread?
The virus is spread through direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with blood and body fluids (urine, feces, saliva, vomit, and semen) of a person who is sick with Ebola, or with objects (like needles) that have been contaminated with the virus. Ebola is not spread through the air or by water or, in general, by food; however, in Africa, Ebola may be spread as a result of handling bushmeat (wild animals hunted for food) and contact with infected bats.
Wall Street came to a halt recently as Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba made its initial public offering. The media became myopically focused over this so-called “historic event” and by its celebrity founder, Jack Ma. By the time the closing bell had rung, the hype and fanfare propelled Alibaba up 36 percent on its first day of trading and caused the world’s largest IPO to display a market cap worth $231 billion. The investing public seems to have forgotten the dangers associated with disregarding valuation metrics — Alibaba is trading at a price-to-book value ratio north of 27!
This hysteria is scarily reminiscent of the late 1990s, where an over-hyped stock market soared to new heights fueled by an accommodative Federal Reserve. Today, just as in 1999, a vastly superfluous money supply is finding its way into any flimsy business model, with stock valuations that far outstrip the book value or potential profits.
Greg Hunter, Published on Sep 18, 2014
ISIS update, Ukraine wants weapons and money. Plus the Feds zero interest rate policy continues indefinitely. I truly don’t think a single general and many in Congress think President Obama’s plan to arm rebels and bomb in Iraq and Syria will work. Everybody says we will have to use ground troops if we are serious. We could have bombed ISIS months ago and didn’t, even though the Iraqi government was begging Obama to do so. It probably would have been much more effective back then. Why the delay? Why do we continue to let ISIS sell oil and make millions every day? Why don’t we sanction or bomb that? Both the House and the Senate agreed to arm the moderate rebels in Syria. Haven’t we already tried this?
The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, is in Washington asking for money, and he’s getting it. The U.S. is chipping in more than $1 billion in various aid packages. The IMF is approving billions in future loans. Poroshenko also wants weapons and, so far, he’s not getting them, at least, that is the story coming out of the White House.
Finally, the Fed made a decision to continue the zero interest rate and easy money policies with no expiration date. If things were really recovering, wouldn’t the Fed be jacking up interest rates and trying to normalize? Of course, and that means the easy money policies are your tip-off that there is no real recovery.
Democracy Now, Mar. 19, 2014:
At 39:00 in
- Navy Lt. Steve Simmons, USS Ronald Reagan: Now the muscle weakness affects my legs, my arms, my hands — and now everything is still progressing. […]
- Host: You’re sitting in a wheelchair right now?
- Simmons: I am.
At 44:30 in
- Charles Bonner, attorney: This is a declaration from the wife of the sailor, who writes in here declaration to the court, “My husband was exposed to radiation particles while assigned to the 7th fleet on the USS Ronald Reagan assisting in Operation Tomadachi beginning in March of 2011. As a result of this exposure, our son who was born November 14th 2012, at 8 months was diagnosed with brain and spine cancer.”