MORE EVIDENCE THAT EBOLA OUTBREAKS IN GUINEA AND SIERRA LEONE WERE ORCHESTRATED
MORE EVIDENCE THAT EBOLA OUTBREAKS IN GUINEA AND SIERRA LEONE WERE ORCHESTRATED, US NAVY BIOWEAPONS SCIENTISTS IN GUINEA, SIERRA LEONE, GHANA
After investigating the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Hans Tolzin has concluded that no Ebola outbreak occurred. Patients were in fact stricken by Malaria, whch was made worse by some form of poisoning. Flawed testing resulted in false Ebola positives.
Hans Tolzin offers more evidence that the Ebola outbreak was a toxic attack. Last summer, the Liberian Observer reported that a man was arrested for putting a poison in water, which produced Ebola symptoms.
Also, in July, 2014, Sierra Leone ordered Tulane University to stop Ebola testing at Kenema hospital, apparently because their tests were producing so many false positives.
Interestingly, US Navy bioweapons scientists, who were working with Tulane under an Inter Agency Porfessional Agreement, seem to have been in charge of the Ebola testing in both Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Most notable among the Navy bioweapons scientists sent to Guina isformer Naval Medical Research Unit Six’s (NAMRU-6) Virology Department Head, Cmdr. Joel Montgomery.
In May, Hans Tolzin inteviewed the health care personnel in Meliandou, a village close to the border with Liberia and Sierra Leone in December 2013.
He found out that
1. The first alleged Ebola deaths in Meliandou all tested positive for Malaria
2. They were treated for Malaria for three days with Paracetamol and Artenusate Amodiaquine
3. Their condition deteriorated dramatically. They were transferred to a hospital in Gueckedou and treated for Cholera.
4. Samples were sent to the capital Conakry and from there to Lyon and Hamburg, where tests for Ebola and Lassa fever were made but no tests for malaria
5. All mention of malaria positive patients has been airbrushed from the literature
6. No more malaria test were made
The symptoms of malaria and Ebola are identical. The laboratory tests used also react to more than one virus, creating confusion.
US bioweapons scientists have been active in the Ebola zone. High ranking bioweapons scientists from the US Navy were sent to Guinea, Sierra Leone to organize the Ebola outbreak.
“Most notably among these are former Naval Medical Research Unit Six’s (NAMRU-6) Virology Department Head, Cmdr. Joel Montgomery, USPHS and the current NAMRU-6 Virology and Infectious Diseases Department Head, Dr. Daniel Bausch.
Montgomery has been detailed to Guinea from his current position as the Head of the CDC’s Global Disease Detection Center in Nairobi, Kenya. Bausch, who is assigned to NAMRU-6 under an Inter-Agency Professional Agreement with Tulane University, is a leading authority on emerging and re-emerging viral diseases.
In addition to Montgomery and Bausch, Cmdr. David Brett-Major, a Naval Medical Research Center asset detailed to the WHO, Geneva, has been deployed (by the WHO) to Conarky, Guinea as a WHO consultant.
Additionally, NMRC’s Cmdr. James Lawler deployed to Guinea May 5 at the by-name request of the WHO based on his previous experience in handling hemorrhagic fever cases.”
By June, at the latest, US Navy bioweapons researchers seem to have taken over the task of Ebola testing.