Ebola is hard to get, says CDC. Give lie to media claim that Ebola is as infectious as flu

Ebola is hard to get, says CDC. Give lie to media claim that Ebola is as infectious as flu


*CDC confirms Ebola hard to get, only “through direct contact with the blood, secretions, or other body fluids of ill people” and objects contaminated with these fluids such as needles

*British virologist falsely claims Ebola as infectious as flu as media hypes global Ebola threat

*American Ebola victim Patrick Sawyer may have been poisoned: eery parallels to the death of the first swine flu victim Felipe Solis in Mexico City in 2009 after meeting Obama

*White House denied Obama’s health was ever in any danger even though Solis escorted Obama around the National Anthropology Museum just before he became sick

Germany’s Bild newspaper claimed that American Ebola victim Patrick Sawyer may have infected 30,000 people, citing unnamed experts.

The Daily Mail quote Derek Gatherer, a virologist at University of Lancaster, as saying Ebola is as infectious as flu and could start a global pandemic.


This is a lie.

At a CDC Telebriefing on Ebola outbreak in West Africa on Monday, Stephen Monroe of deputy director of CDC’s National Center for Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Diseases, repeatedly says that Ebola can only be “through direct contact with the blood, secretions, or other body fluids of ill people, and indirect contact – for example with needles and other things that may be contaminated with these fluids.”

Ebola is hard to get.

This is underlined by the fact that Ebola victims number just a few hundred even though Ebola has been circulating for four months in West Africa. More people have probably died from car accidents in West Africa since April than from Ebola.

Also, the question has to be asked whether Patrick Sawyer was the victim of a toxic attack on board the plane to Lagos. He presented no symptoms when he got onto the plane in Monrovia according to reports and he took a flight lasting just 2 hours and 40 minute to Lagos – albeit with a stop over. So, he became very sick, very suddenly presenting with diarrhea and vomitting. What could have caused these symptoms? Poisoned airplane water? Food?

Was Sawyer poisoned just like the first victim of the “swine flu” in 2009 appears to have been poisoned to give the media a reason to spread panic?

The first victim of the swine flu was Mexican archaeologist Felipe Solis who died one week after escorting President Barack Obama around the Museum of Anthropology on his trip to Mexico City.



President Obama himself was never tested for swine flu and was “never in danger” according to the White House.

“President Obama’s health “was never in danger” despite his trip to Mexico on April 16 and 17, when the swine flu outbreak was beginning in that country,” writes Huffington Post.


How come the White House was so sure Obama’s health was not in any danger when this swine flu pandemic was allegedly raging all around him and the very first victim was Felipe Solis, a man Obama had just met? Was it because Obama and his entourage knew they had spread poison?

I think that the notion that Obama and his entourage spread a toxin to start this false flag pandemic has to be taken very seriously given the evidence.

A Mexican doctor contacted me in 2009 and told me that people in Mexico City were falling ill from poisoning. There was no swine flu, he said.

Within just a day of Felipe Solis death, WHO began to activate its SHOC room in preparation for a pandemic level 6 emergency declaration, exploiting the scare for political purposes.

Mexico City was placed under quarantine.


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