A Public Service Post

Tue, Sep 30, 2014 - 1:28pm

We've been following the Ebola story pretty closely these past few months then a headline today made my hair stand on end. Thus this new post.

Look, I know I don't have to start from scratch and tell you how bad this is with a bunch of links. If you're a regular visitor to Turdville, you already know and you've already begun to take precautions. The latest update on the potential spread of the Ebola virus can be found here, from ZH 10 days ago: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-19/exponential-ebola-cases-now-do...

At about the same time, a story surfaced that the U.S. State Department had put in an order for 160,000 HazMat suits. Here's the story from InfoWars: https://www.infowars.com/u-s-state-department-orders-160000-ebola-hazmat... And here's a story from The Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2756832/State-Department-orders...

An important caveat to this story should be read next. This "order" might be just a "bid" and the State Department could be purchasing them strictly for their USAID arm: https://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2014/sep/19/blog-postin... & https://www.marketwatch.com/story/lakeland-industries-announces-global-a...

The latest, US-based Ebola scare is still unfolding in Dallas and needs monitoring: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2014/09/30/a-dalla...

And there is some potential "good news" from the US Center for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/09/30/ebola-over-in-nige...

HOWEVER, when I saw the headline below earlier today, ole Turd's head started spinning:


From the article:

"CBS46 News has confirmed the Centers for Disease Control has issued guidelines to U.S. funeral homes on how to handle the remains of Ebola patients. If the outbreak of the potentially deadly virus is in West Africa, why are funeral homes in America being given guidelines?

The three-page list of recommendations include instructing funeral workers to wear protective equipment when dealing with the remains since Ebola can be transmitted in postmortem care. It also instructs to avoid autopsies and embalming."

Look, I have absolutely no idea if Ebola will spread globally. It probably won't and all will be well. But when the US State Department is considering 160,000 new HazMat suits and 5,000 bodybags....and when the US CDC is warning about 500,000 casualties and issuing guidelines to funeral homes...you might want to start taking this stuff seriously.

This does not mean that The End Is Near and it does not mean that you immediately need to hole up in a bunker somewhere. But if you're not thinking about the possibility that you may need to stay inside and home for 30-60 days at some point soon, you are simply being irresponsible. Now is the time to pay attention and remain alert. Now is the time to give full consideration to whatever action plan you and your family may need in the event of an emergency. Now is the time to stock up and/or resupply whatever emergency items you regularly keep on hand anyway.

Be mindful. Be cautious but not frightened. Always remain situationally aware and continue to prepare accordingly.


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Mr. Fix
Oct 1, 2014 - 10:37pm

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Oct 1, 2014 - 9:50pm
Oct 1, 2014 - 9:25pm

This is interesting: Ebola patent


US does own patent and can hence prevent others from developing vaccines.

Seems odd - follow the money to the broken corrupt healthcare system.

Oct 1, 2014 - 9:03pm

I think SSJ is correct about the patent

My understanding, from what I have read, is that the CDC owns the patent to a specific strain that is not the one being blamed for the breakout in Africa that we are currently experiencing. I have not delved into this in several weeks and don't remember the exact details.

I also seem to remember that the patent they do own on the specific strain is the only patent that exists on the ebola virus, but I am fuzzy on that too.

What I find strange, is that I thought patents were for inventions or improvements on inventions. I don't quite understand a government that produces nothing owning a patent on a naturally occurring virus, but that is probably another discussion entirely.

Also, for those of you with children in school, I would keep a very close watch on how this unfolds:

How Dallas schools are coping with parents' fears over Ebola case (+video)


Whatever procedures they put in place in coming days for dealing with parents trying to get their children will probably be repeated throughout the country if this thing takes off.

Mr. Fix
Oct 1, 2014 - 8:49pm
Oct 1, 2014 - 8:31pm

SSJ re: ebola . . .

Yes, ebola has been around while, but never, ever with a breakout anything even close to this one. That was my point. Why now? Coincidence?

What I've read says that CDC indeed owns the ebola virus and its strains. Don't just talk--prove it wrong.

Whack-a-doodle? I'm about as level-headed a person as you will find, but I am a realist.

Oct 1, 2014 - 8:27pm


"Ebola burst on the scene earlier this year similar to ISIS."



Ebola has been known for decades.

And your assertion that CDC "owns the patents to all ebola stripes" is wrong also.

But, in reading this entire discussion thread, I hesitate to even post.
The discussion board feature has become saturated with anti-government whackadoodles.

Oct 1, 2014 - 7:19pm

While loading up wood for this winter

earlier today, I was thinking about the ebola outbreak, the fact the CDC owns the patents to all ebola stripes, has reportedly produced a vaccine against ebola several years ago, claims they are working on an ebola vaccine now, with trial upcoming, etc., etc.

Ebola burst on the scene earlier this year similar to ISIS.

Every psy-op that occurs seems now to happen in hyper-drive, like there is no tomorrow.

I guess the TEOTGKE is very, very close, and the elite know it.

Anyway, as I was loading, my mind wandered to the not-too-distant future wherein everyone is rounded up, put on buses, and taken to a "vaccination station."

Most everybody rounded up is grateful to get the shot, and everyone is relatively calm.

However, I am not. I do not want this vaccine, just as I have not taken the recommended flu shots over the years. It's not that I don't trust the government, its just that I just don't trust the government.

Anyway, the vaccinators are recently impressed govt. worker bees, males, sort of like TSA employees.

I'm watching them as I stand in line and move toward my big moment.

I watch intently, and notice that cute younger women are given a shot from the box on their left, and older, useless eaters get a shot from the box on the right. This happens over and over.

This happens like clockwork. As I walk up, I say, "I'll take one of those on the left." The vaccinator syas "they're all the same." I say, "Then there should be no problem giving me one from the box on the left."

I then turn to the crowd and yell, "The box on the right has a live virus, and the one on the left is the real vaccine!"

Could it be that simple? We see it everyday. Someone makes a "regrettable, terrible error" and people die. Regrettable, terrible errors could be part of the Georgia Guidestones solution.

Bollocks, I am not a gllom and doomer, but this is how my mind thinks after 9/11, Sandy Hook, Boston bombing, ISIS, Ebola, etc.

It's just all too much, all at once. There is an agenda.

Oct 1, 2014 - 7:11pm

way too close to home

I'm in Austin, Texas. So I went to Walgreens today to buy a bunch of hand sanitizer and alcohol wipes. Some to give to admin, who is going up to the Dallas area for a business meeting tomorrow. I have another close friend who is going up there to see her grandkids this weekend. I am very worried.

Texas is a big state, but Austin and Dallas really aren't that far apart from one another. It's a 3 hour drive if traffic is good and you drive fast.

I am just going under the assumption that Ebola is not going to be contained in America. It may not be as bad as it is in Liberia, because we have better nutrition and hygiene here, but I would not be surprised if we get to the point where it is as common as the flu.

I am going to live my life for now. In this regard I am glad I have no children. If I die my main concern is who is going to take care of my two rescue cats, one who is only comfortable with me and the other who is a bit nutty.

I went to the gym today and spoke to an older woman who was watching the Ebola news on CNN and she was very concerned. This is not a case where the average person is totally asleep, but at the same time, while some of the hand sanitizer was gone when I bought mine, it wasn't like there was a run on it...yet.

I decided not to go so far as to buy anti-viral masks. If it seriously gets that bad, I'm not sure if I want to live in the Mad Max aftermath.

So you want some real doom and gloom? There it is. It definitely means more when the Ebola is in the next big city over, a city that people you are close to regularly travel to.

BTW: Someone mentioned above having a bad feeling. I have had a bad feeling since last week and went into total meltdown mode on Monday. I did mention to those close to me last week I was wondering if something was coming. I also have personal crap going on right now so part of it is that, but...well. If you don't think this Ebola is bad, I suggest you have normalcy bias going for you. Go look up how many people died of Spanish flu back in the early 20th century. That's what we're looking at.


Oct 1, 2014 - 6:59pm


Those parents must be extremists.

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