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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 6:43 am    Post subject: EBOLA virus information, threatens U.S.A. and the world  Reply with quote


Is H5N1 flu actually EBOLA?
Apparantly from replies so far, H5N1 flu is NOT ebola
A nurse told me ebola is not caught quickly because people think its flu.

REMEMBER, when I first went on this hunt I did not know what related to what, so this includes some things you should know about but unrelated to ebola.

Evil or Very Mad    THE PLAN
Depopulation bio weapon, how it appears

Pestilence Watch * Ebola, SARS

The RAPE of Africa

FLU * H1N1 * H5N1 * H7N9 * H10N8 * MERS, SARS

Calcivirus reported in 1998 in Northern California (can you say weaponized)
It is loosely associated with hemorrhagic fever (ebola), herpes (chickenpox), attacks the respiratory system, changes the RNA of cells so a person will not get over it.
The kicker is that it changes your immune system to deposit your immune fighters and debris into organs and veins causing organ failure.

A new rhabdovirus hemorrhagic fever
OCTOBER 2012  Hemorrhagic fevers are among the most graphic viral diseases. They are characterized by an abrupt onset involving bleeding from the nose and mouth, vomiting with blood, and bloody diarrhea. The most famous is the Ebola virus, but members of three other viral families – Arenaviridae, Bunyaviridae, and Flaviviridae – can also cause this syndrome. The isolation of rhabdovirus from an African with hemorrhagic fever suggests that members of a fifth viral family can also cause this disease.  (Some sources list hantavirus as hemorrhagic.)
Deep sequence analysis of RNA revealed a novel rhabdovirus, provisionally named Bas-Congo virus (BASV).

H5N1 Health Hazard January 20, 2012  Recombinomics
5 censored H5N1 changes are already circulating.  

I was sent on this hunt because of the CONFIRMED ebola outbreak in WAfrica Guinea


West Africa news  
Algeria, Nigeria, Mali, Guinea, etc.
Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and Nigeria reporting EBOLA

EBOLA patients flown into the USA
Some with EBOLA have flown on planes, spread in airports.  This could spread globally.  And thats the UN PLAN.
August 2014 they are flying sick ebola patients into the USA from Africa

UN Agenda 21  *  Depopulation
Ebola will do the job

How interesting the first Ebola patient is flown into - ATLANTA GEORIGA

Ebola and the RAPE of Africa
Africa is rich in gold, diamonds, chocolate, rubber trees, etc.
Has ebola been given by needle, not nature?

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reply from Celeste March 23, 2014

H5N1 is not exactly flu or ebola

Remember I covered the Calcivirus, the Star of David shaped crystal virus
Costco Olive Oil article.  

H1N1, 9 or whatever are not exactly flu or ebola.
Influenza, most often weaponized, is hemorrhagic which means that it causes you to hemorrhage out.  

The flu in 1918 was weaponized.  It happened when service men were given vaccinations during WWI.  
It was live virus and they came back home and spread it.  
There was a news black out on it with only one Army report surviving.

There are going to be lots of virus emerging in coming days.
Everything is attacking our DNA/RNA and changing it.  
3 or more new or novel bugs are emerging each year and
old bugs once extinct, are coming back thanks to researchers digging them up.
It is all part of Agenda 21 and One Health.

There is also the Coxsackie Virus that is extremely dangerous because
it can imitate any disease and hides in cells and fat.
It can mimic cancer, organ failure, or anything.  

U. N. Agenda 21  -  depopulation

One Health
Animals and plants valued above humans, Davos * 666 watch

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 3:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reply from Dr. John March 23, 2014

The bird flu and Ebola are different organisms. But they, like almost everything else, start out with what people call "flu symptoms." The truth is, doctors are just guessing when they diagnose someone with the flu. Some clinics do have rapid flu tests, which really aren't that trustworthy. They basically indicate a type A or type B type influenza.

The nurse is correct in that all of these may start out looking the same. It's really not until people start dying, or the person deteriorate significantly, that multiple tests are done and they just might come up with an accurate diagnosis before the first person dies. The more people that die or become deathly ill, the more time they have to pin down a diagnosis.


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Ebola-like virus in Canadian hospital
Mar 25, 2014
A man is in hospital in Canada with symptoms of a haemorrhagic fever resembling the Ebola virus.
He recently returned from Liberia in west Africa.
Anyone he traveled with or sat by is at risk, and they will spread it.

West Africa news - Guinea, Liberia ebola

January 15, 2014  Canadian firm may have figured out how to beat Ebola, starts human trials this week
Tekmira, a British Columbia pharmaceutical company, may have figured out how to beat Ebola, a deadly virus that kills up to 90 per cent of the people it infects.
Tekmira had given a dose of the new cure to the first human trial participants, a significant milestone in bringing the drug, called TKM-Ebola, to market.

The drug is being developed in Canada with US$140 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense.
“We are pleased to announce the first subject has been dosed in a Phase I clinical trial evaluating the safety of a new LNP formulation for our TKM-Ebola therapeutic,” Tekmira’s president and CEO, Mark Murray, said in a release.

In infected non-human primates, previous tests fully protected the animals from the effects of Ebola. The team are now hoping to get appropriate dosage and side-effect information for humans.
According to the World Health Organization, Ebola outbreaks happen primarily in African countries where death rates can be higher than 90%
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FG issues red alert on Ebola outbreak :It is now confirmed that the outbreak has further spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone where suspected cases are being investigated.


A terrifying fight against the deadliest virus on Earth: Medic reveals true horror of Ebola outbreak as incurable disease liquifies victims from the inside

   Naoufel Dridi, 41, works with humanitarian charity Médecins Sans Frontières
   Medic describes suffering of patients and the difficulty facing aid workers
   Number of suspected cases in Guinea has now reached 122
   80 people are believed to have died from the tropical virus in the country
   Highly contagious virus has no cure, and there is no vaccine

A medic has spoken of the horrific scenes witnessed by emergency doctors and nurses in the fight against the deadly Ebola outbreak in Guinea.

Naoufel Dridi, who works with humanitarian charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), described the suffering by patients struck down by the tropical virus, and the difficulties facing aid workers as they attempt to treat those suffering.

French Mr Dridi, 41, has been helping coordinate the charity's relief work in the West African country and said that in his 13 years working with MSF he had never had to cope with the number of deaths in such a short space of time.

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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...utbreak-Guinea.html#ixzz2xjTR3CCi
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Ebola spreads panic in West Africa
April 2014
 The rising death toll in West Africa’s Ebola outbreak has sparked fear across the region with at least 80 already having died from the nearly always fatal virus.  

5 new cases in past 24 hours...

Guinea scrambles to contain deadly Ebola outbreak...

'High level of concern'...

Spreads to Liberia?

Possible Ebola case in Canada...

Man In Isolation; Critical Condition...
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US Licensing LIVE Rabies Based EBOLA Vaccine, Preps Pandemic Quarantine Stations & Injury Fund


Just in time for the most recent outbreak of Ebola in Africa, which potentially has already spread into North America via Canada, the National Institute for Health is licensing a Rabies based Ebola vaccine produced by Exxell Bio.

   "trivalent filovirus vaccine based on killed rabies virus virions for use in humans to confer protection from all medically relevant filoviruses and RABV. Two additional vectors containing EBOV Sudan GP or MARV GP are planned to be constructed in addition to the previously developed EBOV Zaire GP containing vaccine. Live attenuated vaccines have been developed for use in at risk nonhuman primate populations in Africa and inactivated vaccines have been developed for use in humans."

Basically, what they have done here is taken the Rabies virus and altered its exterior coating to contain Ebola proteins. So if all works as planned, the person vaccinated is protected from Rabies and Ebola. Or course such things often have unintended consequences, we'll make a wager that giving live attenuated Ebola modified Rabies vaccines to wild non-human primates in Africa may result in some unusual and deadly selection pressures.

These efforts seem to tie in with recent government contracts to increase capacities at CDC Quarantine Stations located throughout the country. In similar regard, the government has also laid out its plans to reimburse people from injuries caused by governmental Pandemic actions. All these actions are tied in with a large Federal effort to mitigate the impact of a Zero Day Pandemic Exploit. (see sources below)

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France alerts doctors for any signs of Ebola from West Africa
April 3, 2014
French health authorities on Thursday put doctors and hospitals on alert to report any signs that an Ebola virus outbreak affecting West Africa had infected patients in France, though no symptoms had yet been detected.
France maintains close relations with several former colonies in the region, with immigrants and the employees of French multinational firms travelling frequently back and forth.

An outbreak of the disease - which has a fatality rate of up to 90 percent - originated in Guinea two months ago and has spread to neighbouring Libera and Sierra Leone, while Gambia has placed two people in quarantine. [ID:nL5N0MU54S]

"We have put doctors in France on alert so that they will think of this disease if they come across certain symptoms," Health Minister Marisol Touraine told i>Tele television.

The move was preventative and not been prompted by the detection of any symptoms, she added.
France's DGS public health authority placed hospitals and emergency services on alert, a spokeswoman said.
Further instructions were sent to health authorities in the larger Paris region regarding passengers arriving at the Charles de Gaulle international airport, though no measures had yet been taken to restrict travel.

Liberia reports suspected Ebola outbreak unconnected to Guinea
Liberia said on Thursday it was dealing with the first case of suspected Ebola to have originated within its own borders, unconnected to the epidemic raging in neighbouring Guinea.
If confirmed, the case in the eastern town of Tapeta would mark a worrying development in the fight against Ebola, as cases so far have been attributed to people returning with the infection from Guinea, where 84 people have died.

"We have a case in Tapeta where a hunter who has not had any contact with anyone coming from Guinea got sick," chief medical officer Bernice Dahn told AFP.

"He was rushed to the hospital and died 30 minutes later. He never had any interaction with someone suspected to be a carrier of the virus and he has never gone to Guinea. This an a isolated case."
The fruit bat, thought to be the host of the highly contagious Ebola virus, is a delicacy in the region straddling Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and experts suspect bushmeat caught by huntsmen may be the source of the outbreak.
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Aid groups take emergency steps against Ebola onslaught
4/10/14  International aid organisations launched a series of emergency measures across west Africa on Thursday in a bid to contain one of the worst ever outbreaks of the deadly Ebola virus, which is threatening every country in the region.
The tropical bug is thought to have killed more than 110 people in Guinea and Liberia since January, with suspected cases reported in Mali and Sierra Leone and aid workers warning that vital hygiene products could run out.

The Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) announced emergency training for 70 people who would fan out across the Guinean capital Conakry to track people who have had close contact with Ebola patients.
The UN agency is also setting up a special alert and response operation centre within the Guinean health ministry and training staff at Guinea's main hospital and other health facilities.

The organisation has described west Africa's first Ebola outbreak as one of the most challenging since the virus emerged in 1976 in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It is also one of the most deadly, with 157 people infected and 101 deaths in Guinea alone.
The outbreak began in the impoverished country's southern forests, but has spread to Conakry, a sprawling port city on the Atlantic coast and home to two million people.

Mali suspects first Ebola cases as regional death toll tops 90...

Angry mob attacks treatment center...

Plane from Guinea briefly quarantined in Paris

Ebola spreads from jungle to urban centers...

Death toll tops 120...

World Health Organization: The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has claimed 137 lives - @AP

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