The last thing I have time for at the moment is seasonal flu. Which is why, obviously, I have it now on my first weekend to myself -and the last to complete a major project- in six weeks. I left the office early on Friday joking that I'm going home because of my ebola, given that I have repeatedly been through what is apparently the most dangerous non-African vector for the virus in the last few weeks: Heathrow-JFK. (And I walked the High Line to work the whole time I was in NYC.)
A few colleagues look terrified so I ask them "do you remember how the entire planet stockpiled Tamiflu which was conclusively shown to do nothing?" They nod. "Did you realise Donald Rumsfeld personally profited from this global stockpiling?" They shake their head. "Did you know that basically no one had Swine Flu?" I get a wait, what? look. Seriously.
- According to a CBS special investigation in 2009 (by a journalist who was more-or-less fired for doing actual journalism, Sharyl Attkisson), the CDC stopped counting Swine Flu cases because the government had already confirmed there was an epidemic.
- This, despite the fact that almost none and possibly none of the few initial tests they performed showed up H1N1.
- The CDC nevertheless told everyone that 22 million people -1 in every 14 Americans- had Swine Flu. Based on it not showing up in their tests and then stopping any attempts at counting. That isn't a guess. That's a fucking lie. A lie! Enjoy your experimental, largely-untested vaccine made by a private pharma company that pays millions in lobbying dollars.
In a previous post, I alluded to the fact that the Apocalypse Pharmaka series is the fastest route out of Official Reality but few people can actually stomach it. It seems we are okay to see archonic manipulation in the military, the government, the media, the education system but please don't take away my medication. Gasp! Here are some more numbers:
- Americans comprise only 5% of the world population.
- Yet they consume 50% of all prescription medication.
- This rises to 80% when it comes to prescription painkillers.
How did you all get so sick? I'm sure it's entirely unrelated to Nixon's dismantling of state health systems and the fact yours is the only developed country that allows TV advertising for prescription medication. "Ask your doctor if seeing advertisements for pharma during the breakfast news is right for you." For Big Pharma, Americans are hugely valuable. If only there was some way to steamroll American drug policy out across the entire world; to get past all those voices who currently say "nah, non, nyet, nein, no thank you." If they make that much money from just 5% of the population, think about how much more they could make if there was an incident so large, so dangerous that "something must be done". What if there was a threat so poorly handled that the Great and the Good had to come together and save us all from certain destruction.
What if, indeed. Ebola, then. Anyone seen any recent video of people bleeding from their eyeballs and not just over-reacting/crisis-acting by rolling around in the dirt? (Off to YouTube and make up your own mind.) I've been following Jon Rappoport's posts on the ebola situation with a mixture of interest and jealousy... jealousy because I love the idea of treating a blog as a legitimate enough reason to do proper journalistic interviews. But then, he is a Pulitzer-nominated journalist. Check this out:
Here is what Rasnick wrote, after his search of the published literature:
“I have examined in detail the literature on isolation and Ems [EM: electron microscope pictures] of both Ebola and Marburg viruses. I have not found any convincing evidence that Ebola virus (and for that matter Marburg) has been isolated from humans. There is certainly no confirmatory evidence of human isolation.
“I searched the CDC’s website and came up dry.
“The CDC claims 7728 Ebola virus cases have been ‘laboratory-confirmed’.
“I asked the CDC what constitutes isolation of Ebola virus from human specimens. I also asked for the protocol for isolating Ebola virus. [No reply from the CDC as of this date.]
“Virtually everything that is known and done with these viruses is in animals and cell culture.”
“There is the possibility that Ebola and Marburg viruses represent laboratory artifacts. I’m inclined to think this is the case. What I mean is the viruses are real but may exist at very low levels in wild animals and even humans, well-below pathogenic [disease-causing] levels. These ‘passenger’ viruses may be activated and amplified in laboratory culturing conditions designed for that purpose in order to produce enough viral particles to be characterized.
“Viruses causing real pathology are abundant in the diseased tissues. You can see them using EM on the primary tissue. You do not need to amplify the virus in cell culture. I’m always suspicious when cell culture is the only way a virus is observable by EM.”
So once again we are in a situation where there is an epidemic of something that can't be confirmed. Which began somewhere that:
- Is geopolitically hugely important due to an abundance of natural resources, a part of the world in which China is vastly outspending the US in infrastructure and 'aid'.
- Is in a part of the world where the CDC admits to having bioweapons laboratories (in Monrovia!).
- It is deemed most appropriate to 'fight' an alleged virus with thousands of 'boots on the ground'. Because guns work great on viruses.
More from Jon.
The “hot zone” areas of Ebola, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, have been decimated for a long time: war, extreme poverty, malnutrition, starvation, contaminated water supplies, exposure to toxic industrial chemicals, vast toxic overuse of antibiotics, pesticides (some of them banned in other countries), expired and unrefrigerated medicines, vaccines (which, when given to people whose immune systems are already hanging on by a thread, can be lethal).
But we only hear about Ebola. Who knows what the people (including health workers) in those areas have been exposed to? A toxic chemical, for example, could cause explosive bleeding.
Combine this information blackout with the fact that the prominent diagnostic test for Ebola is deceptive and worthless, and you have a horribly perfect storm.
And I would add, an opportunity to foist and promote yet another pandemic fear to the world.
As for mainstream reporting, I can tell you this. In the past, during “epidemics,” I approached several journalists with the basic information in this article. To a person, they backed off. They didn’t want to touch it.
These were people who’d responded favorably to other stories I’d given them. But this? Too hot. Too corrosive. Too dangerous to their reputations. Too destructive to the medical disease paradigm. Too revealing of medical crimes.
There are currently reports floating around, allegedly from inside the 'infected regions' of West Africa of hazmatted men putting chemicals in village wells and so on. I'm watching these closely but not including them here because they currently are not corroborated. As we should all know by now, whenever there is Intel there is CoIntel. (An op as blatant as this one is bound to come with Cointel so the masses don't look too deeply at other explanations.) But I will say this: the reporting of those villagers who break into medical facilities to free their relatives is the very height of racism. In several cases, they are not "taking them off to see the witchdoctor". They are springing them because they are insistent they don't have ebola! Perhaps the savage black man is not so savage? Perish the thought.
So is the entire ebola thing fake? No. Two quotes up probably nails it. The virus is real but -and I can't stress this enough- there is no test for it that doesn't require exploding the number of artifacts resembling the alleged shape of the virus up in a lab. This has always been the case for ebola, right back to the 70s. At the moment, it appears that when any testing actually occurs -and all FOIAs to the CDC have so far gone unanswered- what is being tested for is ebola antibodies. But ebola antibodies can stay in the blood for up to ten years! Check it out:
The 1977 reference here is: “Ebola Virus Haemorrhagic Fever: Proceedings of an International Colloquium on Ebola Virus Infection and Other Haemorrhagic Fevers held in Antwerp, Belgium, 6-8 December, 1977.”
This report is 280 pages long. It’s well worth reading and studying, to see how the experts hem and haw, hedge their bets, and yet make damaging admissions:
For example, “It is impossible to consider the virological diagnosis of Ebola virus infection loose [apart] from the diagnosis of haemorrhagic fevers in general. The clinical picture of the disease indeed is too nonspecific to allow any hypothesis as to which virus may be responsible for any given case.”
Here is a particularly illuminating quote: “…it is becoming clear, to us at least, that the more work you do with the FA-Test [an antibody test for Ebola diagnosis] the more interesting, the more complicated and the more biologically sloppy the results become. I would urge very great caution in making any kind of final interpretation of what you have just heard [from other presenters]…I cannot explain how a Panamanian Indian can have antibodies to Ebola virus. I don’t think these are real antibodies. Of course if these are not, it means that any others in a given serum [blood sample from a patient] may not be as well. It is clear that we must have an alternative and a much more specific method with which we can answer these questions. Several facts suggest endemicity of Ebola in Zaire…I’m beginning to believe that the virus may in fact be endemic in Zaire.”
What do the last two sentences mean? They mean there is a significant chance that Ebola has been present in Zaire for a long, long time, and people have developed natural immunity to it, as they would to, say, measles or mumps.
20% of the population of Zaire was estimated to have ebola antibodies. Anybody talking about that on NBC? (That's a serious question. I don't watch it except when forced to in the back of New York taxis.) As tobacco lobbyist Malcolm Gladwell points out in one of his books, how you view medical authorities is largely class-based. Lower and working class people are more inclined to defer to the concerned white man in the lab coat. The entire thing is, however a house of cards.
A highly influential paper by Dr John Ioannidis at Stanford University called "Why most published research findings are false" argues that fewer than half of scientific papers can be believed, and that the hotter a scientific field (with more scientific teams involved), the less likely the research findings are to be true. He even showed that of the 49 most highly cited medical papers, only 34 had been retested and of them 41 per cent had been convincingly shown to be wrong. And yet they were still being cited.
Approximately half my family works in the medical industry and a good chunk of my in-laws work at senior levels in the New Zealand public sector. Over the last six weeks, I asked them all whether it is best practice to fly allegedly infected victims from West Africa to Madrid, to London, to Texas, to Berlin. They frowned. "Actually, no it isn't." Nevertheless that is what happened. So I asked them why -in their professional opinion- that might be so and they got hostile. "What, so you think they're trying to kill us all with a virus or something?" Amazing how upset people get when you question their manufactured reality.
But I will answer that question for you here. No, I don't believe that, and I'll tell you why you should not either. Ebola -whatever or if it is- is very difficult to catch. Be under no illusion that if 'the great They' wanted to depopulate the planet with a virus they certainly could do this, however ebola would be a very poor choice. Literally anything else that has been studied and weaponised at Porton Down or any of the worldwide CDC facilities over the last six decades would be a better choice. If you start hearing this around the place, you are in CoIntel land. (Sidebar: Obama's ebola czar does in fact consider overpopulation to be the world's greatest issue.)
Instead, what you are witnessing is another piece in the multi-decade build-out of a transnational legal structure that allows corporations to stalk the planet unimpeded. These include:
- Security and surveillance laws in a post-9/11 world that extend military-industrial corporate dominance around the world. (NATO now counts Australia -in the South Pacific rather than the North Atlantic- as an imminent member. There's your world army.)
- The Trans-Pacific Partnership that allows American corporations to sue foreign governments that pass laws which could impede their ability to do business. (The details of which is being kept secret even from the government ministers and senators overseeing it.)
- The Atlantic version of the same demonic pact, which is how Monsanto, etc is hoping to backdoor its GMO goods into Europe.
- NAFTA which destroyed collective bargaining and decent paying jobs in North America.
Now it's time for the pharma piece. You watch as -sponsored by the pharma companies now currently testing vaccines in Africa- the WHO gathers its members together and agrees to standardise medical ie drug policy. Viewed from this perspective, ebola is an excellent choice. It's not going to run amok because it's very difficult to catch, but its symptoms are terrifying. Sprinkle victims in WHO member countries to dial up the terror and then have a suitable amount of expendable black people die so that everyone can say "we must never let this tragedy happen again
to white people." And then behold, in addition to the WTO standardisation of Central Bank policy, you have a full-spectrum legal structure for unencumbered corporate expansionism. This is how medical policy is currently set. From the Washington Post:
A scientific panel that shaped the federal government’s policy for testing the safety and effectiveness of painkillers was funded by major pharmaceutical companies that paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for the chance to affect the thinking of the Food and Drug Administration, according to hundreds of e-mails obtained by a public records request.
The e-mails show that the companies paid as much as $25,000 to attend any given meeting of the panel, which had been set up by two academics to provide advice to the FDA on how to weigh the evidence from clinical trials. A leading FDA official later called the group “an essential collaborative effort.”
Patient advocacy groups said the electronic communications suggest that the regulators had become too close to the companies trying to crack into the $9 billion painkiller market in the United States. FDA officials who regulate painkillers sat on the steering committee of the panel, which met in private, and co-wrote papers with employees of pharmaceutical companies.
For those of us who are awake or at least seeking to wake up, there is some strange good news in all of this. Just as scientific materialism has reached its evidence-based point of maximum expansion and is about to deflate, so it is with materialist medicine. We forget that virality itself is nowhere near universally applicable.
Let me take you down a road that is rarely traveled and show you a few precedents where “everybody knows it’s a virus” turned out to be dead wrong.
Peter Doshi, “Influenza: marketing vaccines by marketing disease,” (BMJ 2013; 346:f3037):
“…Every year, hundreds of thousands of respiratory [flu] specimens are tested across the US. Of those tested, on average 16% are found to be influenza positive.”
Translation: 84% of what is considered to be flu isn’t flu. Every year.
The flu virus isn’t there.
Here’s another Doshi reference, which I mentioned in a recent article—December, 2005, the BMJ Online, “Are US flu death figures more PR than science?” (BMJ 2005; 331:1412):
“[According to CDC statistics], ‘influenza and pneumonia’ took 62,034 lives in 2001—61,777 of which were attributable to pneumonia and 257 to flu, and in only 18 cases was the flu virus positively identified.”
At various times, the CDC has stated that, every year, 36,000 Americans die from the flu…or, after revising that estimate, the CDC states it could be anywhere from 3000 to 49,000.
But only 18 patients’ blood samples showed any sign of the presence of the flu virus.
Do viruses exist? Yes. Do they correlate with instances of illness at the levels official bodies tell us they do? Certainly not. But if you can isolate a specific artifact that looks like a virus, you can sell a chemical to destroy it. Before you skip over the videos below and leave an angry comment about how you are the exception to America's over-medication and list the symptoms of a condition that is largely found from sea to shining sea, clear this entire post from your mind and consider this:
Cancer patients who practice meditation have longer teleomeres than those who do not. Under the CDC model of reality, that cannot happen. Cannot. Taking control of our health requires more than asking for the medication you saw on television. It requires really knowing that your body is the final and greatest battleground of the Mind War. It is the slope of Mount Doom. If you win here -if you destroy the Ring- then you are free for life. The archons throw everything at this final battleground and you are all alone and surrounded.
Do not give in to fear. You are so close.