Ebola baloney

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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby TheRideNeverEnds on March 30th, 2015, 8:25 pm

Truly, it is not enough for 'them' to convince people that these horrible diseases are real and that a cure is needed, they want to get you personally, emotionally invested in their 'battle' against said diseases. Diseases are sold to the public like wars are. They want people to be 'against ebola' just as they want them to 'support the troops' and grieve for the Holocaust victims every year. They want people to feel like they are fighting for a better world by pouring ice cold water over their heads and wearing pink ribbons on their wrists. 'Raising awareness', they call it. 'Raising self-righteousness' would be a lot more appropriate.
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby arc300 on March 31st, 2015, 8:57 pm

TheRideNeverEnds wrote:'Raising self-righteousness'


Say it again, LOUDER:

RAISING SELF-RIGHTEOUSNESS

Could this be the hoaxters' most important and most effective secret weapon in their on-going psy-op against the masses? The people who shout you down for daring to question the sacred cows and received wisdom of the day, and who loudly call your own sanity into question are not - for the main part - acting out of sheer stupidity.

We all know the term 'dumbing down', and I'm sure we've all heard or made claims that the media is dumbing down society, but if we think critically about that claim we know that the media cannot literally reduce our 'intelligence'. What they obviously CAN do though is make people ACT as if they were stupid morons, and thanks to the above post, I can now see just how important it is for the achievement of the hoaxters' goal to have a society full of ranting, self-righteous fucktards shouting down and censoring the inquiring minds that still exist amonst us.
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby Serik on April 13th, 2015, 3:42 pm

This professor is just ridiculous


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYVUs2_F5Kg
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby hoi.polloi on April 13th, 2015, 6:21 pm

Serik, even though you are violating the rules of the board by just posting a video with no analysis, I am having a difficult time making the decision to move your video to the Derailing Room.

The video you have posted is indeed one of the most ridiculous and moronic things I have ever seen; and it is a good example of the kinds of fear-mongering chain reactions that happen during these PsyOp campaigns — even when the campaign ends up being a total failure.

The only reason I don't think it's worthy of deletion like other 'post a URL and run' posts is because it effectively raises the question of why Ebola is being promoted so poorly in the first place. Perhaps they merely got cocky and had too many amateurs get caught by the 'Sandy Hoax' crowd. You could also say that the Ebola PsyOp was — beyond a normal fear/cordon campaign — a test of the WHO's power (just as the Berne Convention may have been little more than a test of the WTO's power). As a result of the Ebola bullshit, every health practitioner around the world had to ask their patients if they were recently traveling, which without specifics makes more sense as a 'chain-of-command' exercise than a truly preventative practice.
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby ICfreely on October 15th, 2015, 10:21 pm

Ebola: a crisis of trust?
11 March 2015 by Alice O'Hare
The West African Ebola epidemic is still far from over; but it’s never too early to start reflecting on what we have learned. For me, this was the key message from Monday’s thought-provoking discussion ‘Ebola: inside an epidemic’.

Population ‘buy-in’ is key

Therefore, getting population ‘buy-in’ was key to success.

To succeed, people need to be involved in the decision making process from the beginning.

Farrar reminded us of the shift of the AIDS pandemic of the 1980s, when it changed from a death sentence, to a treatable condition. This is the goal, and we need to be faster at reaching that goal in the future.

A fundamental health system is vital, and one that is trusted

Leach described the Ebola epidemic as a “crisis of trust”, explaining that community confidence in their healthcare system was sorely needed.

During the discussion session, the panel commented that crises such as the Ebola epidemic attract more people into healthcare, many of whom remain in these professions after the epidemic has passed. They concluded that we should use this to our advantage, take on the lessons learned, and establish solid healthcare systems, so that we are ready to face what the future holds.

http://blogs.royalsociety.org/in-verba/2015/03/11/ebola-a-crisis-of-trust/


Did you notice the casual shift to AIDS back in March?

Here’s a quick translation of the Neo AIDS (v6.66) phenomenon going viral:


Study: Ebola in male survivors can survive up to 9 months
MARIA CHENG Oct 14th 2015 3:29PM 32 Comments

In a study of 93 men in Sierra Leone, scientists found the Ebola virus in semen samples from about half of them. The risk seemed to decline over time. Ebola was detected in all nine men tested at two to three months after their illness began but in only 11 of the 43 survivors tested at seven to nine months.


Researchers aren't sure why Ebola remains in semen as opposed to other bodily fluids and don't know if the lingering virus might sicken others.

-Planned Parenthood’s trustees might have a clue.

"We think there is a potential risk of exposure but we cannot determine that with 100 percent certainty right now," said Dr. Nathalie Broutet, an expert in sexually transmitted diseases at the World Health Organization and one of the study's authors. The paper was published online Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.

-Before we tell you we’re sure ebola is an STD (and rest assured, we will!) we have to give you the impression we know what we’re talking about. Otherwise you wouldn’t believe in the wrath of Vishnu’s shape-shifting viruses.

-When you fall for dumb shit like this:

WHO said previous studies showed the virus could survive in semen for about three months, though it noted one case where it remained for about six months. The U.N. health agency has said the sexual transmission of Ebola from men to women is "a strong possibility" even though the disease is mainly spread by direct contact with other bodily fluids like blood.

-We mock you with dumb shit like this:

To date, Ebola has killed more than 11,000 people in West Africa in the outbreak that was first identified last year and now appears to be winding down. There's also about 17,000 Ebola survivors, about half of them male.

-And even dumber ‘patient-zero’ shit like this:

The journal also published details of an Ebola case in March in Liberia, where a male survivor spread Ebola to a woman via unprotected sex five months after he became infected.

-We plant seeds like this:

In an accompanying commentary, Dr. Armand Sprecher of Doctors Without Borders said if sexual transmission of Ebola was a significant means of spreading the virus, "we would have seen a number of cases by now," given the thousands of male Ebola survivors in West Africa. People with Ebola are believed to be most infectious when they are the sickest.


-Which blossom into, “hmm, kind of like the flu virus!” flowers in ‘your’ minds.

Sprecher said the results suggest that surveillance needs to last longer than now recommended once an outbreak is thought to be over in an area.


-Don’t travel!

WHO and others recommend that male survivors of the lethal disease abstain from sex or use condoms for at least three months after their recovery. After that, they should be tested every month until they have two consecutive negative tests.

-Don’t fuck!

WHO says it's unknown how long Ebola survives in vaginal fluid, and says it's less probable that a woman who has survived Ebola could spread it to a man through sex.

-Don’t fuck!

Broutet said it was unclear whether the men whose samples tested positive for Ebola had any long-term side effects and if so, whether the virus might be responsible. Many survivors suffer from chronic problems including vision loss and joint pain.

-Don’t fuck!

Dr. Francis Moses, a district medical officer in northern Sierra Leone, said it was difficult convincing male Ebola survivors to use condoms or abstain from sex.

-If thou fuckith...

"The abstinence thing isn't working," he said, noting there are a number of pregnant women in his district whose partners are Ebola survivors.

-thy gracious Lord shall AID thee in thy space-time of need.

Moses said the fact that thousands of Ebola survivors are living in West Africa means scientists need to figure out whether sex is a significant risk to the re-emergence of the disease.

-God has spoken!

"If we don't find a way of addressing this, we will never stop Ebola," he said.

-If you keep buying our shit, we will never stop thinking of the children...we have to put through college! Sorry, we’re just following the orders of you know WHO.

http://www.aol.com/article/2015/10/14/study-ebola-in-male-survivors-can-survive-up-to-9-months/21249321/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl3%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D1622821630



It’s probably all a cover for the reptilian shape-shifting TpTB to impregnate men with flesh eating ancient alien ebola DNA.



P.S.

To the deeply confused minds trying to crack the AI-ICfreely Alpha-Q-2 code:

Keep dreaming. You can’t even come up with a solution for the three body problem, how are you going to come up with an algorithm for a ‘left-handed, dyslexic, multilinguist’?

[ADMIN: Please note that this 'P.S.' is an off-topic reference to another forum, where a user is claiming ICfreely is a literary invention. Please see this CHAT BOX post for ICfreely's explanation of the ridiculous accusation and his response there. Thanks. -hp]


P.P.S.

This Infographic Proves Why We Need To Stop Believing Myths Related To Vaccinations
In the U.S., myths related to vaccine safety can confuse parents trying to make the best decisions for their family, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/27/vaccines-around-the-world_n_7153648.html


The only thing it proves is why the following book should be mandatory reading for every high school freshman, all across the globe, from icecap to shining icecap.


How to Lie with Statistics – Darrell Huff (1954)
http://www.horace.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/How-to-Lie-With-Statistics-1954-Huff.pdf

Darrell Huff and Fifty Years of How to Lie with Statistics - J. Michael Steele
http://www-stat.wharton.upenn.edu/~steele/Publications/PDF/TN148.pdf

How to Lie with Statistics - overview
http://www.haneefandassoc.com/itsui/downloads/Itsui_Materials/howtoliewithstatistics.pdf

How to Lie with Statistics – shorter overview
https://view.officeapps.live.com/op/view.aspx?src=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.stat.ufl.edu%2F%257Ewinner%2Fconsult%2Fliestats.ppt

How to Lie, Cheat, Manipulate and Mislead using Statistics and Graphical Displays
http://cseweb.ucsd.edu/~ricko/CSE3/Lie_with_Statistics.pdf
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby JLapage on December 24th, 2015, 5:08 am

Here come the Russians to save the day. I don't know about you but the Russians seem to be everywhere these days. They are fighting the terrorists in Syria, and now they have come up with a vaccine against Ebola. How come the TPTB are promoting them so much? it seems that they do need to show the existence of some type of rivalry between East and West like they had in the space race of the late fifties and sixties or the cold war of the last century. After all, the rivalries of old were good for business. Why not repeat a formula that works for sucking more money out of scared people?
Reference article: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20151223/1032200905/russia-ebola-vaccine.html
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby pov603 on December 24th, 2015, 8:17 am

Maybe TPTB realize that some of the folk [young and old] are tiring of the Muslim 'bogey-man' sham and so have made it 'retro' by bringing back the Russians [USSR].
Remember that a lot of people who have kids old enough now who question what's going on, grew up/lived through the 70s/ 80s when TPTB actually had us believing that the USSR was going to attack 'Europe' and possibly our 'Normandy' was going to be a full-scale attack down the Irish Sea, through West Wales, consolidate their position in the UK and then launch another front on mainland Europe.
Oh how they must have laughed, sitting in their 'Chesterfields' next to the open fire down at 'the Club' swilling their Brandy and smoking their 'Cubanos', thinking; 'they've fell for that one? well, looks like our positions are safe for the next 50 years'
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby sharpstuff on December 28th, 2015, 12:49 pm

Please, please, can anybody tell me how to post a new topic?

I have spent three days preparing one regarding the fakery of 'disease' to which one of the correspondents requested.

The blurb says: To post a new topic in a forum, click the relevant button on either the forum or topic screens.

I can't find either! What 'relevant' button?

Perhaps admin might help. I know it's the 'Christmas season' but that is of no interest to me, I am afraid. There are more things important.
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby CluedIn on December 28th, 2015, 1:12 pm

I'm new here too, sharpstuff (welcome). I guess what you do is go to the main page and then select a topic - when you click on that it will take you to the page containing stories under that topic and in the upper left corner there is a button that says "POST NEW TOPIC".
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby simonshack on December 28th, 2015, 5:08 pm

sharpstuff wrote:Please, please, can anybody tell me how to post a new topic?

Sure - just go to this page viewforum.php?f=29 ("General World Affairs" - which should be the appropriate section for your 'disease fakery' topic) and click on the "NEW TOPIC" button at upper / or lower left. Remember to give a title to your new topic - which is done in the upper bar of the posting form / page.

(Note: I have temporarily deactivated a "minimum 10-post newbie-limit" which we had implemented to keep forum newcomers from opening new topics as soon as they joined the forum.)
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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby simonshack on December 24th, 2016, 4:02 pm

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...and now, this : :rolleyes:


(CNN) "An experimental vaccine against the Ebola virus was found to be 100% effective, according to a study published in The Lancet on Thursday."

"The results offer hope of better protection against the disease that ravaged West Africa in 2014, killing more than 11,000 people."
(...)
"The trial involved more than 11,000 people, according to the WHO who led the trial in conjunction with Guinea's Ministry of Health."

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/12/22/healt ... ine-study/


... of course, we're all indebted to Santa Big Pharma... :P

"A Christmas Gift For The World. Ebola Vaccine Is 100% Effective In Early Trial"
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinmurnan ... 61b1605477

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Re: Ebola baloney

Postby SacredCowSlayer on December 24th, 2016, 10:24 pm

simonshack » December 24th, 2016, 10:02 am wrote:*



...and now, this : :rolleyes:


(CNN) "An experimental vaccine against the Ebola virus was found to be 100% effective, according to a study published in The Lancet on Thursday."

"The results offer hope of better protection against the disease that ravaged West Africa in 2014, killing more than 11,000 people."
(...)
"The trial involved more than 11,000 people, according to the WHO who led the trial in conjunction with Guinea's Ministry of Health."

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/12/22/healt ... ine-study/


... of course, we're all indebted to Santa Big Pharma... :P

"A Christmas Gift For The World. Ebola Vaccine Is 100% Effective In Early Trial"
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinmurnan ... 61b1605477

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What a neat magic trick. :puke:

1. Make people THINK there's a potential "humanity-ending" problem. (I.e. Scare them)
2. Spend a Lot of money to "research" it.
3. Conduct what is essentially a massive population "traffic control" operation under the guise of "safety". Who can challenge safety after all?
4. Conduct a study of "11,000" people (sheesh- how many times have we seen this number appear in the AIDS thread, amongst others?).
5. Proudly proclaim the 100% miraculous performance of the vaccine.

So what's up next?

Well, I'm guessing this may lead to a new mandatory (in some jurisdictions) vaccination to add to the pile of other crap chemicals they force on an already gullible and submissive (generally) population.

I DO hope I'm wrong about that.
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