Did Ebola Kill Fort Hood Soldier? Joe Biggs Reports

Today a US Soldier who had recently returned from west Africa was found dead in his yard. He was in a pool of vomit in Killeen Texas. The soldier was part of a deployment to help combat Ebola. Here’s a report from Infowars reporter Joe Biggs on the situation. Remember back in September of 2014, President Barack Obama issued an executive order making the way for the deployment of National Guard and Reserve forces to West Africa to help contain the Ebola outbreak that’s been ravaging West Africa. It’s alarming that this soldier mysteriously died after returning from Ebola-struck Liberia, … Continue reading Did Ebola Kill Fort Hood Soldier?

Joe Biggs Reports

Did Ebola Kill Fort Hood Soldier? Joe Biggs Reports

Today a US Soldier who had recently returned from west Africa was found dead in his yard. He was in a pool of vomit in Killeen Texas. The soldier was part of a deployment to help combat Ebola. Here’s a report from Infowars reporter Joe Biggs on the situation. Remember back in September of 2014, President Barack Obama issued an executive order making the way for the deployment of National Guard and Reserve forces to West Africa to help contain the Ebola outbreak that’s been ravaging West Africa. It’s alarming that this soldier mysteriously died after returning from Ebola-struck Liberia, … Continue reading Did Ebola Kill Fort Hood Soldier?
Joe Biggs Reports

India isolates man with Ebola-infected semen

New Delhi, India (CNN) — An Ebola survivor has been quarantined in India after his semen tested positive for the virus, health officials there have announced. The 26-year-old man, an Indian national, traveled to New Delhi from Liberia on November 10, almost two months after he was hospitalized in the West African nation after showing symptoms of the illness, India’s health ministry said in a statement. Written by: HARMEET SHAH SINGH – continue at CNN WORLD Continue reading India isolates man with Ebola-infected semen

WHO: Ebola death toll is greatly underestimated; actual number close to 15,000 deaths

(NaturalNews) The official Ebola death count during the current outbreak is reportedly hovering around 5,000, but the World Health Organization (WHO) says this number is likely far too low. Based on assessments of cases not reported, the United Nations arm says the actual number of Ebola deaths is likely three times higher than what is being reported, or about 15,000. WHO estimates that the real number of Ebola cases in all three of the worst-hit countries is significantly higher than the official count. In Guinea, it is believed to be 1.5 times higher, while in Sierra Leone officials estimate the … Continue reading WHO: Ebola death toll is greatly underestimated; actual number close to 15,000 deaths

Uproar over US troops’ Ebola quarantine in Italy

The decision to put a dozen American soldiers returning from Liberia into quarantine for Ebola at their base near Venice rather than in the United States sparked controversy in Italy on Wednesday. “They shouldn’t have been sent here, they should do their quarantine for Ebola at home,” said the president of the region’s assembly, Luca Zaia, insisting “it would have been more respectful” of the United States to have “thought about the risks posed to local citizens”. The Messaggero daily spoke of fears among the local population, with a rise in the number of calls to the emergency services from worried citizens. Soldiers from … Continue reading Uproar over US troops’ Ebola quarantine in Italy

Mali becomes sixth West African nation hit by Ebola

BAMAKO (Reuters) – Mali confirmed its first case of Ebola on Thursday, becoming the sixth West African country to be touched by the worst outbreak on record of the hemorrhagic fever, which has killed nearly 4,900 people. Mali’s Health Minister Ousmane Kone told state television that the patient in the western town of Kayes was a two-year-old girl who had recently arrived from neighboring Guinea, where the outbreak began. “The condition of the girl, according to our services, is improving thanks to her rapid treatment,” the minister told state television. A health ministry official, who asked not to be identified, … Continue reading Mali becomes sixth West African nation hit by Ebola

Ebola Death Rate Rises Sharply to Over 20 Per Day in Sierra Leone; Curfew Imposed After Riots

More than 20 people per day are dying from the Ebola outbreak in western Sierra Leone, government estimates have said. A curfew was meanwhile imposed on the town of Koidu on Tuesday after a dispute over an Ebola case turned into gunfire and rioting. The National Ebola Response Center noted that there are now 851 confirmed cases of Ebola in the western area urban and western area rural zones, while over 1,200 people have died in total in the country. Claude Kamanda, a lawmaker who represents the western area, noted that officials are struggling to keep up with the collection of … Continue reading Ebola Death Rate Rises Sharply to Over 20 Per Day in Sierra Leone; Curfew Imposed After Riots

DHS requires West Africa travelers to arrive at five airports

Melissa Maraj, AP In this Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, file photo released by U.S. Customs and Border more WASHINGTON — The Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday that all travelers from Ebola outbreak countries in West Africa will be funneled through one of five U.S. airports with enhanced screening starting Wednesday. Customs and Border Protection within the department began enhanced screening — checking the traveler’s temperature and asking about possible exposure to Ebola — at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on Oct. 11. Enhanced screening for travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea was expanded Oct. 16 to Washington’s … Continue reading DHS requires West Africa travelers to arrive at five airports

Fearing Ebola, some US communities take dramatic steps

Washington (AFP) – As President Barack Obama on Saturday urged against “hysteria or fear” over Ebola, US media had reports of communities taking seemingly overzealous measures against the disease. A teacher from Maine was placed on three-weeks paid leave because she’d traveled to Texas for a conference — where she’d stayed in a hotel 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the hospital in which the first case of the virus was diagnosed in the United States. A Pulitzer-prize-winning photographer was uninvited from speaking at a journalism school, because he’d gone to Ebola hotspot Liberia, even though he’d been back 21 days … Continue reading Fearing Ebola, some US communities take dramatic steps

Savage: ‘They don’t know Ebola from Shinola’

Urges Obama, CDC chief to emulate African nations restricting travel President Obama’s executive order Thursday to send National Guard and reserve units to Liberia to help contain the Ebola outbreak is yet another indicator that he and officials such as Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Thomas Frieden are in over their heads, charged talk-radio host Michael Savage. “Listening to Obama, listening to Frieden, they don’t know Ebola from Shinola,” Savage told his listeners Thursday. “Every day they change their tune,” he said. “The military itself knows more about Ebola than they do.” Savage noted that nearly every African government … Continue reading Savage: ‘They don’t know Ebola from Shinola’

Obama Readies Unconstitutional Executive Order to Send National Guard to Liberia

Further militarization of humanitarian aid It is widely expected Obama will issue an unconstitutional executive order and send U.S. National Guard troops to Liberia “to help contain the Ebola outbreak there,” according to NBC News. Obama’s repeated use of executive orders to bypass Congress and the American people has created a constitutional crisis in America. The number of orders signed is truly staggering. The reservists will be assigned to build 17 Ebola treatment centers with 100 beds apiece. The Pentagon is urging Obama to sign the order to speed up deployments and send troops as required by the Department of Defense. … Continue reading Obama Readies Unconstitutional Executive Order to Send National Guard to Liberia

How a Minimal Ebola Outbreak Will Devastate the U.S. Economy

A World Bank analysis of the economic impact of Ebola on national economies suggests that only a minimal outbreak of the virus could very well devastate the United States and its economic interests. Economic Consequences of the Perceived Threat of Ebola There are two dominant theories related to the present Ebola crisis. One theory states that the media and certain government sponsored agencies such as the CDC, NIH and the FDA are hyping the Ebola crisis to promote the roll-out of mandatory vaccines. This notion promotes the belief that Ebola will not impact that many people but the fear being … Continue reading How a Minimal Ebola Outbreak Will Devastate the U.S. Economy

No screening for doctor back from Ebola hot zone

The Ebola outbreak continues to spiral out of control. Near the epicenter of the epidemic in West Africa, more than 3,400 people have died and more than 7,000 people have been infected with the virus. Officials are scrambling to contain the outbreak at its source and keep it from spreading. The World Health Organization is sending doctors to countries where the virus is most prevalent — Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Fusion’s Jorge Ramos spoke to one of the doctors, Dr. Aileen Marty, who recently returned home to Miami after spending 31 days in Nigeria. She says she was … Continue reading No screening for doctor back from Ebola hot zone

Ebola Survivor Kent Brantly: West Africa Situation Worse Than Worst News Report, But Let’s Not Fear but Help Africa

Dr. Kent Brantly, a Samaritan’s Purse missionary from Texas who survived Ebola after contracting the deadly virus on a mission trip to Africa, spoke at a public forum at his alma mater, Abilene Christian University, sharing his experience with the disease and thoughts on the fear of Ebola. “I am particularly thrilled to be alive,” Brantly, who contracted Ebola in Liberia while working as a missionary doctor but was eventually cleared from the disease, said at the Moody Coliseum at ACU, Texas, on Friday. “There has been a lot of panic, a lot of – I hesitate to use word … Continue reading Ebola Survivor Kent Brantly: West Africa Situation Worse Than Worst News Report, But Let’s Not Fear but Help Africa

US military begins constructing clinics surrounded by razor wire to house dying Ebola victims

(NaturalNews) Construction on one of several field clinics being built by the American military in Liberia is currently underway, but media reports indicate that it looks much more like a prison than an actual hospital for Ebola patients. The Daily Mail reveals that U.S. soldiers were busy installing razor wire fencing, the purpose of which is unknown, earlier in the week around the vacant outpost near the airport in Monrovia. Disconcerting photographs of the effort show long strands of dual-layered, razor wire coils being attached to ground posts all around the property, which thus far appears vacant. Soldiers can be seen hammering … Continue reading US military begins constructing clinics surrounded by razor wire to house dying Ebola victims

Possible Liberian Ebola Patient Arrives in Delaware

A child from Liberia, who potentially has Ebola, is being treated at a Delaware Hospital as reported by NBC Philadelphia Apparently the unidentified child was brought to the Bayhealth Kent General Hospital emergency department on Saturday October 4, 2014 and is suspected of carrying Ebola. After an assessment from the doctors at the hospital based the CDC’S recommendations, the child will be under further observation until further notice. Delaware residents should be asking some serious questions tonight. Why are we only hearing about this child and no parents or guardians? Is this an example of open borders in America and … Continue reading Possible Liberian Ebola Patient Arrives in Delaware

Israel snubs Obama plea for personnel in Ebola zone

‘No feasible way to provide for the safety of Israeli doctors and medical crews’ The U.S. may be willing to send its finest, the soldiers in its military, to Liberia to fight Ebola, but not Israel. According to a report on Twitchy, America’s best ally in the Middle East for generations has refused to go along with a request from Samantha Power, America’s U.N. ambassador. The reports have pointedly noted that the U.S. cut off flights to Israel over the recent military activity on the part of Hamas, but has continued to provide flight connections to the Ebola-stricken West Africa. … Continue reading Israel snubs Obama plea for personnel in Ebola zone

The Economic Implications Of A Potential Ebola Pandemic In The United States

For the moment, our top public health officials are quite adamant that there absolutely will not be a major Ebola outbreak in the United States.  But what if they are wrong?  Or what would happen if terrorists released a form of weaponized Ebola or weaponized smallpox in one of our major cities?  What would such an event do to our economy?  I think that we can get some clues by looking at the economic collapses that are taking place in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone right now.  When an extremely deadly virus like Ebola starts spreading like wildfire, the fear … Continue reading The Economic Implications Of A Potential Ebola Pandemic In The United States

The CDC Does Nothing As Ebola Potentially Spreads from Dallas to Portland to Payson (AZ) to NYC

The CDC: Missing In Action The patient, identified by The Associated Press as Thomas Eric Duncan of Liberia, arrived in the U.S. on September 20th to visit family. When Duncan arrived in the U.S., he was not symptomatic. In other words, Duncan was asymptomatic, meaning that even though he was not actively manifesting symptoms, he was still contagious. In addition to local health authorities, the CDC has  rushed 10 specialists to Dallas to assist in the assessment, treatment and quarantine of Duncan. The CDC is pulling out the stops in order to give the illusion that they are on top … Continue reading The CDC Does Nothing As Ebola Potentially Spreads from Dallas to Portland to Payson (AZ) to NYC

US EBOLA PATIENT WAS FORMER FEDEX WORKER WHO DECIDED TO ‘JUST GO’ TO US AFTER FIRING

As the international media and law enforcement authorities begin to investigate how a man who had contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia came to arrive in Texas, new details are surfacing about Thomas Eric Duncan and his voyage to the United States. Before coming to America to visit family, Duncan worked at a FedEx from which he was dismissed, after which he decided to “just go” to Texas. According to new details given to the Liberian Observer by someone close to Duncan, Duncan did not leave Liberia with any outward symptoms of the disease. His decision to leave the country, according to the … Continue reading US EBOLA PATIENT WAS FORMER FEDEX WORKER WHO DECIDED TO ‘JUST GO’ TO US AFTER FIRING