Changing Ebola Stories: U. S. Has Best Hospitals in World?

posted by Maleekie Ambularie @ 10:53 AM
October 6, 2014

First_Ebola_case_diagnosed_in_US_2076450000_8586407_ver1 0_640_480    Every time staff workers sit down to mark up the story on Ebola in the U.S., new questions emerge: 1) Why shifting numbers on number of U.S. patients with the disease; 2) Causes for mistakes in the most recent case in a Dallas hospital; 3) Just who is ‘patient zero’ in U. S.; 4) Why air traffic not stopped from Liberia?; 5) Mainstream media insisting Dallas is ‘first’ case?; 6) Is this a scripted result?, etc.

At least 50 or so of the over 300 Ebola internet and newspaper stories on file at this blog site, state or imply that Thomas Eric Duncan is the first person bringing the Ebola virus to this country from Liberia. But that is simply not true.

Only Susan Heavey of Reuters states plainly in yahoo.com’s ‘Factbox: U.S. Faces Sixth Case of Ebola’: “The United States has seen six cases of the Ebola virus in recent weeks affecting five Americans and a Liberian. Two of the cases surfaced this week, raising concerns about wider spread of the disease, which has killed at least 3,439 people in the current outbreak in West Africa.”

One of the cases she mentions is of course Mr. Duncan’s, but who are the others, and why have they not received as much attention? They include: “An unnamed American who contracted Ebola in West Africa being treated at . . . at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. There have been few. . . details made public about the patient, who returned to the United States by air ambulance on Sept. 9.

And why no public details? Also, “About the same time, the World Health Organization said one of its doctors tested positive for Ebola at a treatment center in Sierra Leone . . . and WHO has not identified the physician.? Again unknown!

While the cases of physician Kent Brantly and nurse Nancy Writebol, treated at Emory, were rather publicized, the case of Dr. Rick Sacra from Boston was not.  He was treated for three weeks at Nebraska Medical Center.

Heavey adds:  “Additionally, an American doctor remains under observation at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, has not been confirmed to have the disease. The physician was exposed while volunteering in Sierra Leone. . . An NIH spokeswoman on Friday declined to give any further updates on the case, citing privacy reasons. The patient was admitted on Sunday [September 28th]. If kept for 21 days, the patient would be ebola-outbreak-550x426released @ Oct. 19.”

Heavey then blithely says: “Another patient was also isolated in Hawaii.” So why has the man in Dallas received so much attention and the media has so well guarded most of the others? Have dozens of people around them been tested and watched? Further, with all of this secrecy can officials please explain:

“Why are airlines flying planes out of Liberia where thousands are sick and dying with Ebola?  How can Liberian officials sue Duncan saying he lied about being sick, when they know his hometown overflows with Ebola victims? So why fly anyone out of there? Can officials and airlines answer! Is this about profits?

Is it unreasonable to suggest that these inconsistencies seem to come from a ‘scripted plan’since: 1) U.S. health services hold the patten on Ebola, and stocks of companies testing for Ebola vaccines soaring up 200%; 2) Nurses across the country scream their hospitals are not prepared for Ebola; while 3) U.S. military is equipped with anti-Ebola ‘medication,’ and protective gear?

More in future blogs. This site, as well as worldscollide-culture-Christianity-endoftime.com, begs its readers to triple-down on prayers in these last days. Maybe this Ebola ‘outbreak’ will encourage them to do so.  As wholesale Christian sweatshirts implore:  “But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer (1 Peter 4: 7).”

Did you like this? Share it:

Comments are closed.