Friday, October 10, 2014

It was the white man who created the Ebola virus

It is ironic that the white people in America are now suddenly fearful of the Ebola virus since it is something that was bio-engineered in American laboratories by white men.

This is not the first and only time that white America has used biological weapons against Africans and other people of color.

The first European whites that arrived in what became America introduced a variety of diseases to the indigenous peoples. Millions were killed. The American government gave disease-ridden blankets and clothes to the indigenous people and killed many more.

The American government injected Syphilis to Africans and later created crack-cocaine and infested American communities with it.

Ebola was created and designed in the 1970s to kill Africans on their homeland. The American government claims it is natural in origin yet it has been recently established that American scientists developed a vaccine against Ebola years ago. Two infected American "medical personnel" received injections of the vaccine and they started recovering immediately.

Why has this been made public only now? Why is it the USA that holds all the rights for the use of the vaccine? There can be two most obvious answers found to these questions.

As one can see, Ebola is a perfect biological weapon: it spreads quickly and gives nearly 100 percent mortality. Those having the life-saving vaccine can dictate any conditions to others.

The second answer is a purely commercial interest. It is enough to arrange panic with the help of the media, as it was the case with several epidemics before, such as avian flu. Afterwards, it will be possible to sell the life-saving medicine at any price.

In an effort to sow confusion and to divert people from the truth, the American medical industry "treated" an African man named Thomas Eric Duncan who was infected with Ebola. But he died despite their "best efforts".

The white people infected with Ebola recovered.

Does anything else need to be said?