OBAMA PUPPET US ARMY COMMANDER TAKES OVER IN LIBERIA: EBOLA CASES SET TO EXPLODE?

OBAMA PUPPET US ARMY COMMANDER TAKES OVER IN LIBERIA: EBOLA CASES SET TO EXPLODE?

October 28, 2014
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*HAS OBAMA STAGED ANY ARMY ‘COUP D ETAT’ IN LIBERIA BY SENDING IN HIS PUPPET TO TAKE OVER TROOPS?

*US COMMANDER WHO OVERSAW REDUCTION OF EBOLA CASES IN LIBERIA TO VIRTUALLY ZERO LAB CONFIRMED CASES ABRUPTLY DISMISSED

*REPLACEMENT IS GLOBALIST COMMANDER OF 101ST AIRBOURNE FROM FORT CAMPBELL, MAJOR GENERAL GARY VOLESKY

*ANOUNCEMENT OF VOLESKY S APPOINTMENT MADE BY OBAMA ADMINSTRATION DEFENSE DEPARTMENT, NOT JOINTS CHIEF OF STAFF

*101ST ARIBOURNE TROOPS SHOCKINGLY ILL PREPARED FOR EBOLA BUT VOLESKY ANNOUNCED ARRIVAL OF THOUSANDS MORE TROOPS EVEN AS EBOLA TREATMENT CENTRES ARE EMPTY

*101ST FORCED TO ISSUE MORE PROTECTIVE GEAR TO TROOPS AFTER PUBLIC OUTRAGE: TROOPS AT FIRST ISSUED ONLY WITH GLOVES AND MASKS AND GIVEN FOUR HOURS TRAINING

http://www.theleafchronicle.com/story/news/local/fort-campbell/2014/10/21/st-hits-back-liberia-mission-misinformation/17691085/

*APPOINTMENT OF OBAMA PUPPET VOLESKY FUELS FEARS OF ORCHESTRATED EBOLA OUTBREAK WHICH WILL ENGULF ALSO US TROOPS

*FEARS TROOPS WILL BE FORCED TO HAVE UNTESTED EBOLA JAB EXPLODE

From Liberia s largest newspaper:

Amidst reports of drastic reduction in the infection rate of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, which is being evidenced by the low number of cases in the various Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) around the country, the United States- led Military Operation United Shield (MOUS) has disclosed that 12 out of the 17 ETUs to be constructed across Liberia are completed or near completion.

The 12 ETUs, which have been completed or nearing completion, are located sites in Tubmanburg, Bomi County; Senje, Grand Cape Mount County; Buchanan, Grand Bassa County and the southeastern region of the country.

Major General Williams made the disclosure when he paid a farewell visit with and courtesy call on President Sirleaf last Friday, at her Foreign Affairs office. During that occasion, he introduced his successor, Major General Gary Volesky, to the Liberian leader, an Executive Mansion statement said.

Over a hundred members of the 3000 military personnel promised, headed by Major General Darryl Williams, arrived about five weeks ago kick starting a robust exercise of the US assistance to the country. But General Williams’ end of duty in Liberia is being considered by many Liberians as shocking, abrupt and short-lived; for many of them had began to admire his eloquence, stature, openness and frankness.

Commanding General Williams, at a brief but well coordinated occasion, transferred authority to another Major General, Gary J. Volesky at the Barclay Training Center in Monrovia. The ceremony was characterized by military traditional activities.

In earlier remarks, U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, Debora Malac, disclosed that beginning this week, U.S. military personnel will commence training of ETU personnel. Five hundred persons are expected to be trained per week and will be deployed to the new ETUs being constructed.

Ambassador Malac said while Liberia makes progress in cutting transmission, the centers being constructed are part of the U.S. strategy in preparing for worst case scenario.

http://www.liberianobserver.com/news/reports-ebola-infections-wanes-down-u-s-completes-12-out-17-etus

http://www.army.mil/article/137002/101st_Airborne_Division_assumes_Ebola_response_mission_in_Liberia/

http://allafrica.com/stories/201410271471.html

http://allafrica.com/stories/201410272740.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2808562/New-U-S-operation-flys-thousands-U-S-soldiers-civilians-Liberia-fight-Ebola-outbreak-difficult-mission-not-enough.html

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