Conspiracy Theorist

The manufactured Ebola crisis

By Mark Luedtke

There’s a new meme taking over the news about how President Obama has stepped up to lead the country and the world in the fight against Ebola. El Paso Inc. provided an example. “In recent months, Obama caught criticism for going golfing immediately after speaking about the beheading of an American, and for attending a fundraiser after an airliner was shot down in Ukraine,” it reported. “This time, as the Ebola threat hit home in America, the president suddenly cleared his schedule, canceling travel and appearances to consult with Cabinet members and talk with world leaders about how to contain the epidemic.” Wow, what a hero.

The only problem is this story is a travesty. Two months ago, Ebola was a little-known disease that made an occasional headline in the U.S. when an outbreak occurred in Africa. The only reason it’s news today is the president, who never wants to let a good crisis go to waste, invited Ebola into the country because an outbreak in Africa wasn’t going to motivate Americans to surrender more of their freedom and money to Obama and his henchmen.

The most obvious way to protect Americans from Ebola would be to not bring people with it into the country. That’s a standard response to any outbreak of disease, but, instead of doing that, Obama intentionally brought two infected Americans into the country against the advice of the Centers for Disease Control director.

Airlines don’t want people with Ebola on their jets because they don’t want to help infect their passengers and crews for two reasons: they’re compassionate people, and it would cost them a lot of money. This is standard operating procedure for a serious outbreak of disease, and countries around the world that have closed their borders to the hard-hit African countries remain Ebola-free. Yet, U.S. airlines continue to fly passengers from the inflicted areas into the U.S. without testing them for the virus. It’s almost inexplicable, unless Obama threatened them with civil rights prosecution for discrimination if they didn’t.

And Obama’s henchmen all lied to us about the ability of the U.S. healthcare system to deal with Ebola. They lied to us about how it’s transmitted. They lied to us about pretty much everything.

For example, all government experts originally claimed Ebola couldn’t be transferred through the air. A few weeks later, the CDC admitted it could be spread through a sneeze or cough. Dr. Joe Alton tells the truth. “The well-known and respected Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota recently notified the CDC and the World Health Organization that ‘there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles,’” he said. “For the first time, they include exhaled breath in their report.” So much for it not being airborne.

When the first Dallas nurse showed symptoms, Obama’s henchmen immediately, boisterously blamed her and the hospital for failing to follow protocol. Fox News reported, “Top federal doctors acknowledged Sunday that a ‘breach in protocol’ resulted in a Dallas hospital worker getting Ebola while treating the country’s first patient and said changes in the handling of such cases are being made.”

This was a reflexive lie. It came out immediately even though the liars had no idea what had occurred. They promised to investigate to find the breach. Government tacitly admitted the lie when it quietly changed its protocols. The Huffington Post reported, “Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said those caring for an Ebola patient in Dallas were vulnerable because some of their skin was exposed. … ‘So there were parts about that protocol that left vulnerability, parts of the skin that were open,’ Fauci said.” He didn’t admit fault or apologize for previously blaming the nurse.

As for how prepared our healthcare system was, now Obama’s henchmen want to build an Ebola hospital in every state. That’s an admission no state was prepared for.

Obama will ask Congress to steal more money from taxpayers to fight Ebola, as if the hundreds of billions the government already wastes on politicizing health care aren’t enough. The Pentagon, of all organizations, is creating a rapid response team for domestic Ebola cases. The generals must plan to unconstitutionally lock Americans in Obama’s new, domestic Ebola hospitals and give them forced vaccinations. Stealing our money and freedom is what this manufactured crisis was about from the beginning. Our rulers and their propagandists ratchet up panic while pretending to fight it.

The government can’t save us from Ebola, but private companies can. Despite knowing nothing about Ebola when the outbreak hit, Firestone in Liberia stopped it. Even government-funded NPR noted in a headline, “Firestone Did What Governments Have Not: Stopped Ebola In Its Tracks.” Obama might cut off NPR’s funding for that.

Please don’t fall for this evil scheme. Malnutrition, especially deficiencies in selenium and vitamin C, makes people more susceptible to Ebola. Famine and malnutrition are why Ebola strikes in destitute African countries but rarely elsewhere. You won’t read that from government’s propagandists.

The views and opinions expressed in Conspiracy Theorist are the views and/or opinions of the author and do not reflect the views and/or opinions of the Dayton City Paper or Dayton City Media and are published strictly for entertainment purposes.

Mark Luedtke is an electrical engineer with a degree from the University of Cincinnati and currently works for a Dayton attorney. He can be reached at MarkLuedtke@DaytonCityPaper.com.

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