“There is no natural disease called Ebola,” according to Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad, minister of health and human services for the Nation of Islam. He called Ebola a “weaponized virus” rooted in chemical and biological weapons research by Germany in the 1930s and perfected in the United States. It is a weapon that can be used to depopulate, weaken and dominate nations, he said. (FinalCall.com News, 9/30/14)
This is not a far out statement because the Department of Defense and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) itself classify the Ebola virus as a biowarfare agent. Reports of up to 90% of humans infected die within a very short time. Therefore, it is a very real, extremely potent potential weapon of mass destruction.
They are creating new strain of a previous virus and making it deadlier than the original one, the goal – to infect more and in the process create a global pandemic killing millions around the world to a certain genotype which they tagged as ‘useless eaters’. The mere fact that certain viruses like ebola is not ‘natural’, this is so because this was manufactured in biological weapons research laboratories and the worst part is when such virus escapes the laboratory when accident happens and thus will cause chaos.
From the article “EXCLUSIVE: Was Ebola Accidentally Released from a Bioweapons Lab In West Africa?” by WashingtonsBlog posted on October 23, 2014… And accidents at these research facilities have caused germs to escape, killing people and animals near the facilities.
For example, the Soviet research facility at Sverdlovsk conducted anthrax research during the Cold War. They isolated the most potent strain of anthrax culture and then dried it to produce a fine powder for use as an aerosol. In 1979, an accident at the facility released anthrax, killing 100. A Russian Ebola researcher also died when she cut her finger while in the lab.
The U.S. has had its share of accidents
More than 1,100 laboratory incidents involving bacteria, viruses and toxins that pose significant or bioterror risks to people and agriculture were reported to federal regulators during 2008 through 2012, government reports obtained by USA TODAY show.
In two other incidents, animals were inadvertently infected with contagious diseases that would have posed significant threats to livestock industries if they had spread. One case involved the infection of two animals with hog cholera, a dangerous virus eradicated from the USA in 1978. In another incident, a cow in a disease-free herd next to a research facility studying the bacteria that cause brucellosis, became infected ….
The issue of lab safety and security has come under increased scrutiny by Congress in recent weeks after a series of high-profile lab blunders at prestigious government labs involving anthrax, bird flu and smallpox virus.
The new lab incident data indicate mishaps occur regularly at the more than 1,000 labs operated by 324 government, university and private organizations across the country ….
“More than 200 incidents of loss or release of bioweapons agents from U.S. laboratories are reported each year. This works out to more than four per week,” said Richard Ebright, a biosafety expert at Rutgers university in New Jersey, who testified before Congress last month at a hearing about CDC’s lab mistakes.
The only thing unusual about the CDC’s recent anthrax and bird flu lab incidents, Ebright said, is that the public found out about them. “The 2014 CDC anthrax event became known to the public only because the number of persons requiring medical evaluation was too high to conceal,” he said.
CDC officials were unavailable for interviews and officials with the select agent program declined to provide additional information. The USDA said in a statement Friday that “all of the information is protected under the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002.”
Such secrecy is a barrier to improving lab safety ….
Gronvall notes that even with redundant systems in high-security labs, there have been lab incidents resulting in the spread of disease to people and animals outside the labs.
She said a lab accident is considered by many scientists to be the most likely source of the re-emergence in 1977 of an H1N1 flu strain that had disappeared in 1957 because the genetic makeup of the strain hadn’t changed as it should have over those decades. A 2009 article in the New England Journal of Medicine noted the 1977 strain was so similar to the one that disappeared that it suggests it had been “preserved” and that the re-emergence was “probably an accidental release from a laboratory source.”
A credible explanation how the bat was infected by the ebola virus that was transmitted to a human in Africa because there are bio-warfare research laboratories in these places.
It is for this reason that Indonesia suspended the US laboratory (NAMRU-2) on its territory and has refused to prolong bilateral agreement on cooperation in the area of epidemiological diseases, which as it was estimated in Jakarta, threatened national interests.
Remember the NSSM 200
In a national security memo dated December 10, 1974 titled, “Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for the United States Security and Overseas Interest,” Henry Kissinger, then the secretary of state, wrote: “The United States economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries.”
And in the policy paper “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” by the Project for a New American Century,” noted: “The art of warfare will be vastly different than it is today. Combat likely will take place in new dimensions. Advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes, may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.”
An unseen war now waging worldwide, killing millions. Scary indeed how a few powerful men using the combined science and technology can create a deadly virus that can kill millions of people in just a very short period of time.
This is crisis by design indeed.
(Dr. San Juan was born in Manila. He graduated from San Sebastian College with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree, and a Masters degree at De La Salle University and Ateneo Graduate School of Business. He is the author of Stuff Every Husband Should Know [Quirk Books 2011]and many other books.)