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India, Spain Testing Suspected Ebola Patients; Liberian Quarantine Center Raided

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While the Ebola outbreak in west Africa has long since left the "under control" stage, things are about to go from worse to inconceivable for the poverty stricken African nations, after Liberian officials said they Ebola could soon spread through the capital's largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including blood-stained sheets and mattresses.

According to AP, the violence in the West Point slum occurred late Saturday and was led by residents angry that patients were brought from other parts of the capital to the holding center. It was not immediately clear how many patients had been at the center.  West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the press. The residents took mattresses, sheets and blankets that had bloodstains, which could spread the infection.

It goes without saying that if and when Ebola strikes the heart of one of the poorest ghettos in Africa, then there is no model that can predict just how far and wide the disease could spread.

And speaking of spreading, what many have feared may have come to pass after Spain announced it was investigating a suspected case of Ebola after a Nigerian man presented symptoms of the virus at a hospital in Alicante several days after flying in from the West African country.

The Telegraph reports:

The man, who has not been named but is said to be in his 30s, was admitted into San Joan hospital in Alicante on Saturday evening where he was being treated in an isolation unit.


Hospital sources confirmed he was suffering a fever of 38.3 degrees Celsius (100.9F) as well as "other symptoms associated with Ebola - including physical discomfort, vomiting and bleeding".


The patient told doctors that he had arrived in Spain from Nigeria "a few days ago".


Hospital authorities said they had "activated protocol" to deal with the infectious disease while they awaited test results.

But even that is nothing compared to what may transpire if what the Times of India reported moments ago, turns out to be accurate: three persons from Ebola-affected Nigeria, who arrived here Saturday morning, have been admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital for screening and treatment if required. The three Nigerians, aged 79, 37 and 4 years had fever and their tests were being done at the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Delhi, an official release said here.

In addition to this, a 32-year-old Indian from Durg in Chhattisgarh who returned from Nigeria has been admitted to a hospital in Bhilai. His samples are also being tested at NCDC, the release said. WHO has said air travel, even from Ebola-affected countries, is low-risk for transmission of the disease. WHO has reported a total of 2,127 cases and 1,145 deaths due to Ebola from affected countries.

India is the second most populous country in the world with a population of over 1.2 billion.


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Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:14 | 5105078 _ConanTheLibert...
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Looting infected items. Yeah, that will work out just fine.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:19 | 5105080 y3maxx
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  • ...NWO at work...If Poverty & Starvation can't do the job, Ebola Virus will.
Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:31 | 5105123 TheReplacement
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Sure but just how does one go about getting the poor and starving to raid a facility full of disease and take contaminated items back home with them?  This just seems fantastical.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:36 | 5105140 SamuelMaverick
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I got some ads for some company called lightinthebox. I clicked on the womens ligerie section and voila - now I am getting nonstop pictures of half naked hotties in my ads. I am periodically clicking on them to keep them coming back. 




Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:53 | 5105195 gmrpeabody
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.... and so the great experiment of intelligent life ends.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:10 | 5105261 Wile-E-Coyote
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The only thing left to do is napalm the city; the only way we can be sure!

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:38 | 5105400 CheapBastard
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Dating services from Kazhakstan, Asia, Russia, Ukraine ... Amazon ads ... various clothes ads ... concealed carry classes ... and financial services ads is what I mostly get.

Have not seen this one yet: "Indian Women Waiting to Talk to and and Meet."

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:59 | 5105489 QEternity
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It's safe to say that purchase is ebola free for a limited time only

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:00 | 5105495 sushi
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There seem to be a large number of reports of people flying out of Nigeria, arriving in a western country with first world medical facilities and suddenly showing symptoms of Ebola. At the same time the Nigerian Govt appears to be saying "No problems, here."

So either western countries are, out of an abundance of caution,  engaged in some form of profiling, or Ebola is widespread in Nigeria and the state simply refuses to acknolwedge this fact.

key data point is the oil industry which is declaring froce majure and shutting down so all the expatriate personnel can depart. What do they know that we don't?


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:26 | 5105585 BlindMonkey
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Since they officially fired all of their doctors, how would they officially know?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:57 | 5106027 NoPension
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India USED to be the second most populous country, with 1.2 billion.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:39 | 5105623 phaedrus1952
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Holy shit, Sushi! I did not know force majeure was starting to be invoked over there.

As a former worker on offshore oil rigs, I can 100% guaranfuckintee you that the married/family guys will in no way whatsoever jepordize their spouses and kids through potential exposure to Ebola from themselves.

The carefree, adventurous single guys will be sitting on barstools somewhere checking out maps to see where to seek work next. No way in hell will western Africa attract expats.

Economically speaking - and certainly from a humanitarian view - that part of the world - for now - is big time fucked.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 22:41 | 5106988 Paveway IV
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Known issuances:

ArcelorMittal S.A. contractors working on expanding an iron ore mining site in Liberia

Shell Nigeria calls "force majeure" for exports

Major Companies pull staff out as Ebola bites economy

— Heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar Inc., based in Peoria, Illinois, has "evacuated, less than 10 people" from Liberia, company spokeswoman Barbara Cox said by email. In a statement, Caterpillar said: "The health and safety of our people isour top priority.... We will continue to monitor the situation closely."

British Airways has announced that its suspending flights to and from Liberia and Sierra Leone through Aug. 31 "due to the deteriorating public health situation in both countries."

Tawana Resources, an Australian iron-ore company, said it had suspended "all non-essential field activities within Liberia" and sent all non-essential African workers, expatriates and contractors home.

— London-based mining company African Minerals have begun imposing health checks and travel restrictions on employees in the region.

Canadian Overseas Petroleum, based in Calgary, has stopped drilling in Liberia. And some of its expatriate employees have left the country.

ExxonMobil said in a statement that its offices remain open and that "we're taking precautions to ensure the health and safety of our employees." The company has offices in Liberia, Nigeria and several other African nations.

Chevron, which has an office here and is in the process of exploring for oil off Liberia's coast, said it's "closely monitoring the outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa." But the company wouldn't say whether it was withdrawing any employees or taking any other steps as a result of the outbreak.

Can Ebola Cripple Africa’s Sporting Sector? 

 Seychelles have announced their withdrawal from an AFCON qualifier against Sierra Leone

 Liberia has shut down its national football league

 All African Games, also known as Africa’s Olympics, set to be staged in the Republic of Congo


In addition, I don't know if either group has formally issued a declaration of Force Majeure, but...

Sex workers, [bushmeat] traders hit hard by Ebola in Lagos

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 03:09 | 5107655 BrosephStiglitz
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This very informative.  Thanks.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:05 | 5105881 freedogger
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If I or a family member of mine was coming down with Ebola in one of these countries, it would be perfectly logial to board a plane to a place with first world uncrowded medical care.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:18 | 5105922 buyingsterling
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Not this time, since it is clearly airborne. Selfish considerations take a back seat to social stability.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:51 | 5106013 Parrotile
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You obviously don't work in the Australian National Health Service, do you.

Trust me, sunbeam, in our "I've got rights, Mate" Society, it's very much a case of "I'm all right, sod everyone else!". The consequences to Society just don't enter their little minds.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:09 | 5105895 Creeps
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Do you have a link to the force majeure?  I could only find a news article about an iron ore mine expansion being shut down due to Ebola in Liberia.|338|64|302

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:51 | 5106010 Jack Burton
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Great post sushi! I posted over a week ago, that those West Africans with the money to buy plane tickets would begin to depart on tourist visa for Northern European nations with national health care, this is a rational move to save their own lives. But it will bring infection with it, and also, the sick who fly in will be given full treatment at taxpayer expense, and when they recover, they will be given asylum and a passport. Benefits for flying to Europe for an African who can afford it are obvious, so obvious I expect all flights to be fucking packed full to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, the USA, New Zealans and Australia. All these nations will now receive fully loaded planes from West Africa. Perhaps even extra flights will be added to meet the new demand.

I predict that all these governments on the receiving end will do nothing to stop anyone from entering. The local do gooders will demand open borders and open hospitals to any and all who can fly in. This story is in opening days.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:50 | 5106222 giggler321
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I can confirm this since I was on their plane.  OT: Don't you think it's rather hot in here?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:22 | 5106264 Seeing Red
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I recall the post well and it was obviously prescient at the time (nice job).  I've been thinking about selection pressures, and I have a minor prediction.  The virus will mutate in the (first-world) countries with partially successful containment.  The current virus form has "learned" to spread through bleeding and other secretions, and this is encouraged by body-handling during funeral rites.  The virus will change strategy in the first world as required; it will become less deadly (as Miffed has predicted) due to simple selection bias.  It either won't spread as quickly, or it won't kill as easily (as has already been pointed out, it could eventually become no worse than the flu).  The next logical step after that would be airborne capability to regain the fast spread.  Bottom line: humans control the evolution of ebola with an unintentional carrot & stick.

Of course, in a doomer scenario (virus overcomes health services pretty much everywhere), there may not be any reason for it to change ....

Either way, I would advise against travel EVER to affected 3rd-world countries until one has either survived 1st-world Ebola, or been vaccinated.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:17 | 5105551 Oleander
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The lions used to pick off the dumb ones.  Close off all the exits and let this thing run its course.  No health workers should be sacrificed for these savages. They do not believe it exists so there is no helping them.  Focus efforts in areas that really want to contain the pathogen.


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:27 | 5105945 balanced
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Not sure why your comment was down-voted. Here in the U.S., during hurricanes, the people are warned that if they do not evacuate, not to bother calling for emergency services, because they will not be put at risk to save people who chose to stay. This is standard practice. Why then are people against the idea of not putting health workers at risk to attend to people reckless and stupid enough to steal infected sheets and mattresses?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 19:11 | 5106327 Seeing Red
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<--- Oh no, I'm sick -- the items were infected!  My mistake -- I must tell others what happened and to be careful!!

<--- Oh no, I'm sick -- those evil white doctors cursed the items!!

{Despite the epic tragedy, I find myself wondering what the thought process will be after getting sick from these items}

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:42 | 5105631 cpnscarlet
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No - it's just ignorance culling time. Those with sufficient congitive ability will survive, hopefully in a world less tainted by stupid people. This is part of...what do they call it?...the Fourth Turning.

Those who survive will have the responsibility to nuetralize the stupid among us that the disease missed.

And if that's not what's happening, then que the 4 horsemen and get ready to meet your maker.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:25 | 5106316 Proofreder
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Cue the horsemen

Don't use the language well ? - join the que.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:51 | 5105191 Terminus C
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These people are very superstitious and un-educated.  Rumors can be disseminated that play on these superstitions.  Not saying that is was planted by tptb but it would not be a difficult operation.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:54 | 5105199 Bananamerican
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"WHO has said air travel, even from Ebola-affected countries, is low-risk for transmission of the disease"

You've gotta be WTFing me

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:05 | 5105232 gruden
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My wife was listening to a BBC news broadcast recently on Ebola, and they made the interesting observation that Ebola appears to like dead bodies to profligate iself even more than live ones.  Thus the careless (by Western standards) treatment of dead bodies there as far as not being careful in their containment and removal will probably do more to spread the virus there than anything else.

Additionally, even doctors and medical staff there are more likely to get infected due to not following sanitary guidelines.  It seems they don't always use the latext gloves or masks, due to it being hot and simply being really busy and frantic in their work.

Basically, Africa is screwed, but the Western countries might not be as affected.  We'll see.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:43 | 5105416 Tenshin Headache
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It's not that it likes dead bodies. It's that they contain so much virus.

In the late stages of the disease, there is so much virus in infected tissues that it forms crystals. There are extremely high virus titres in body fluids like blood. (Like the blood spread all over the sheets and mattresses that were stolen.)

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:27 | 5105594 BlindMonkey
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Hmm. That should work out well for India. They love floating corpses downriver for somebody else to deal with.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:35 | 5105615 walküre
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Many parts of Africa are scewed either way. The spread of the disease will benefit the continent in the long run. Toilets, sewers and clean running water for the survivors.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:07 | 5105888 Zwelgje
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the cold hard truth.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:01 | 5106250 AustriAnnie
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I can't help but wonder what imperial powers are thinking as they eye African natural resources.  

Ah, never waste a crisis!  Imagine all the foreign aid in exchange for oil and other mined resources.  I'm sure the U.S., after using the crisis as an opportunity to test experimental treatments on African patients, will be eager to help with the recovery and rebuilding of African economies (i.e. extraction of resources with a humanitarian MSM spin).

The problem is, all the potential unintended consequences: ebola distrupting resource supply chain in the near term, the potential for ebola to get a little too close to home and take root in major 1st world cities like NYC/London/Brussels, etc.

No way is the average health worker in the United States going to report for work with the infection rate as it is for doctors.  (Should we even expect them to?  Would you show up?)  Who is going to dispose of bodies and medical waste?  

Most first-world countries are already facing doctor shortages as it is, and the flood of baby boomers are expected to overwhelm health systems.  That is without ebola or any major pandemic.  There is just no way health systems are set up to control the spread of ebola in modern cities.  Forget having any real spread of the disease -- it doesn't even have to come to that -- it will be enough for false alarms and any suspected cases to fill capacity.  All it takes are a few confirmed cases and the hospitals will fill with false alarms  -- anyone with seasonal flu will panic and head to the emergency room).

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 22:42 | 5106997 Maghreb
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You're over thinking things. 1000 to 10,000 dead African's means nothing in nations where the population is doubling every generation. During the civil wars of the 70's and the 80's a thousand dead Africans was the end result of a bad afternoon in some places. There is no way the African leadership are going to suddenly start making concessions to  Western Governments because thousands of people who make a dollar a day have died of something, not when there is tons of other shit killing Africans.  

As for the Boomers......An  Ebola outbreak amongst the elderly would be a fucking god send from a budgetery point of view and a huge loss to the medical industry. The CDC probably has a plan for any major epidemic that his the U.S. Looking at how they go about dealing with riots it probably involves tanks and shit loads of guys with guns.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:15 | 5106288 unicorn
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i downvoted you walküre for not makin your homework.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:31 | 5105958 buyingsterling
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The CDC has upgraded its caution to say that it is unsafe to remain in a room for long or approach within 3 feet of a patient unless you are wearing full protective gear.

The Nigerian caregivers who dealt with Dr. Sawyer (the western 'patient zero') in Nigeria were well aware of all the caregiver deaths that had already occurred when they saw Dr. Sawyer, and they still got infected.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:58 | 5106031 Jack Burton
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Others have posted a link to a BBC story from a few years back where researchers using animals in cages found that virus can travel from cage to cage in droplets of sneezed fluid, if the droplet is large enough. It was a proven fact that caged animals became infected without any physicl contact with infected animals or their cages. Now that story should still be in BBC files. I read the whole thing and it scared the shit out of me.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:32 | 5106338 Proofreder
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See the Reston, VA section in the non-fiction story "The Hot Zone"

Yes, Ebola Reston definitely traveled via the airborne route, cage to cage and room to room.

But, they were only monkeys, what's to worry? 

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 03:05 | 5107650 Joenobody12
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When I was a graduate student working on RNA tumor viruses in chicken, I observe first hand the phenomena you described. The virus simply flies with dust and infected others in another cage. The fact that doctors wearing full protective gear still got infected tells me that the virus was airborne. The only way the doctors can protect themselves is to carry an oxygen bottle and wear a space suit while working on these patients. Hospital rooms harboring these patients should have negative airpressure so the air is sucked out through a vent and the virus gets burn before the air is released. 

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:37 | 5105397 Tenshin Headache
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If they say otherwise, international travel comes to a screeching halt.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:02 | 5105506 disabledvet
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I agree with this. But this is also not about much in particular either hence "stay tuned on the internet." Don't want people to get scared or anything....

Oh, wait....

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:43 | 5105633 CHX
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And so it should. When/if it will, it'll be WAY too late. This may well develop into a major holly $hyte FMD moment. A humanitarian Minski moment. Not good, not good at all.  

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:45 | 5105646 ThroxxOfVron
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"If they say otherwise, international travel comes to a screeching halt."

IF halting international travel to and from epidemic epicenters halts a pandemic I think it would be prudent to halt international travel.

People that can afford airfare can even more easily afford phone or email or skype communication.

A person's right to travel doesn't include the right to do so if they carry dangerous materials or WMD, and highly infectious/contagious high death-rate biological contaminants certainly meet the generally accepted definitions of WMD.

The more this speads the more inept and corrupt our corporations and govenments are revealed to be.

What nation does not have as a core interest and responsibility the preclusion of a preventable epidemic?

What business does not have as a core interest and responsibility to it's employees and customes the preclusion of contamination with potentially lethat contaminants?

The airlines that continue to transport these passengers would likely be bankrupted in the courts for simple negligence just as easily as GM for knowingly continuing to sell defective and dangerous products if corruption did not pervade the legal system...

&, by the way; wasn't the govenment footing of the TSA security costs and shielding of the now oh so profitable US airlines purportedly undertaken for the benefit of precluding the transportation of dangerous persons and materials?  


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:15 | 5106075 Seb
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Nord Korea could be the last country on Earth.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:38 | 5106171 buttmint
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" air travel come to a screeching halt?"

Surely You Are Joking Dr. Richard Feynam. Not a chance. The captains of the airlines are exactly the scumbags telling WHO, CDC, Obozo and the rest how THEY want this deal played down. You don't think they are calling in their Election Donation markers? They want this all swept under their jet tyres.

You see, you are projecting your own logical sanity on an industry poised to hit the rocks. No way would airlines survive the catastrophic loss of flights and income. Boeing and Airbus included. Much better to throw non-affected countries under the bus.

How long does an aircraft stay infected AFTER a sneeze feast of passengers? Airline crews that turn these planes around in under 4-6 hours will be the canary in the coal mine. The only way international travel halts is that if sane ones refuse to book or board their flights, preferring the comforts of their home. If anyone needs further proof...cue the the airplane scene from WW Z with Brad Pitt. Almost too comical...lucky he had a hand grenade to save his bacon, causing a rapid emptying of the passenger cabin of zombies and zombettes. A few of the gals looked like former gfs!

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:33 | 5105374 jmeyer
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Looting is wrong no matter what but some sick patients who may have malaria or other diseases are placed in " holding " areas until testing is complete. Their families may try to release them.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:45 | 5105424 Bangin7GramRocks
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Kind of like Americans believing in a magic book and a long haired white man who turns water to wine and walks on water.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:01 | 5105499 Stranded Observer
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+one million!

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:29 | 5105591 ebear
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THe scary part is you get a 50/50 split on the up/down arrows in a place that's supposed to be Skeptics Central.


Oh wait! It just tipped into the green.  Maybe there's still hope.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:18 | 5105740 Bananamerican
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It's ok Ebear....
We're just skeptical of the "Man is the measure of all things" crowd...
In other words, we're so bad-assed we're skeptical of the skeptics!

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:36 | 5105978 buyingsterling
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"Unrelated dig at God"

Get over it. We don't care what you do with your rancid little cock (the foundation of most Atheism is sexual guilt).

There's a whole lot of people who want to enslave you, kill you, fuck your wife and kids etc., and you have a hard on for Jesus? You are pathetic.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:03 | 5106254 NoPension
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Mighty Christian of ya there, pal.

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 12:07 | 5109104 Blues Traveler
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Buyingsterling, great comment, made my reading today

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:40 | 5105624 debtor of last ...
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When people in Spain and India, coming from Africa, are infected, there must be thousands of infected people in Africa by now. Not the lousy WHO numbers. Who does their admin by the way, the BLS?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:24 | 5106311 unicorn
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why dont you go for a walk in slum once in a while and have a close look?
spoiled bitchez.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 19:49 | 5106531 No Senator Son
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If by "fantastical" you mean it is based on fantasy, then I agree.

20 children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary.

Russia or Ukrainian rebels shot down Malaysian Airlines MH17.

Nineteen Saudi Arabians commandeered four airliners and perpetrated the 9/11 attacks.

On and on...

So how do we know it actually happened?

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 08:25 | 5108024 hairInTheSoup
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the same one does about creating a civil war in irak, afghanistan, syria, lybia...

the same way one does about turning a peaceful demonstration in the west into a fight with the police.

they start it.

they're expert in manipulating mass, that's what they do everyday, everywhere, don't you know ?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:17 | 5105084 Long-John-Silver
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Looters must loot, even if it kills them.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:40 | 5105153 RafterManFMJ
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West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official
Ah, precious Africans. Such a vibrant people. Keep importing all those Africans - they bring so much to this Cuntry.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:55 | 5105207 Terminus C
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Cut the racisit shit.  These people are the poorest of the poor and they know something seriously fucked up is happening.  The do not understand this thing so they are responding based on their taboos and tribal instincts.  Not making excuses for the behavior... but don't derail the thread with "Kill Blackie" shit.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:25 | 5105292 Blazed
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The only "racist" shit I see are condescending white liberal-progressive multiculti types who think they have to save the "lowly natives" of the world, then end up making the situations exponentially worse, and are still more than happy enough to risk bringing such diseases and hordes of generally lower IQ third world groups into their own nations to wreck them out. Sickening.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:48 | 5105440 Bangin7GramRocks
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Nothing I can say will change your racist world view, but the reality is first generation African immigrants do fantastically well in academics and athletics. Look over the roster of major college football and the NFL. You will see many African names. They are smart and work their asses off.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:06 | 5105658 RafterManFMJ
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their taboos and tribal instincts...

Yup that's exactly why we need to keep importing a bunch of tribal people, Somalis for instance, and Third World Mexicans who on average have a 5th grade education into a first world Nation - so cunnies like you can feel soooo special while you lard taxes on my back to pay for them.

Can't wait for this shit to go sideways so we can put paid to worms like yourself.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:26 | 5105943 armageddon addahere
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Keep hoping. Liberals never get wise. They keep believing the party line no matter how often they are proven wrong.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:33 | 5105612 BlindMonkey
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That is because the best of the best are first gen immigrants. I have never met a stump stupid Indian in the states. Guess why?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:44 | 5105821 shovelhead
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Because 7-11 makes you count the money that goes in the register?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:07 | 5106259 NoPension
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That was sarcasm, right?

Edit, Bangin7

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:01 | 5106041 Jack Burton
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+100  Multi cultural types usually harbor exteme feelings of superiority over the people they seem to think we owe. Many also enage in self hate of their race and ethnic backgrounds. See white skin as a crime. Just listen to them when they get on their high horses and preach about the evils of European man and such things.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:49 | 5106377 Seeing Red
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European countries varied in their treatment of colonies.  Some tried to build them up -- in this regard the Brits were not the worst historically.  Mostly I focus my annoyance on The Church (did we really need the Crusades?).

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 08:57 | 5108133 hairInTheSoup
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ah precious wasp.

such a vibrant (imported) people.they bring so much (hate & violence & ignorance & eugenism idiocracy) to america.


Mon, 08/18/2014 - 09:01 | 5108152 hairInTheSoup
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keep bring them in, so usa can become the greatest distopyan society of all time.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:57 | 5105218 CHX
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Looting as a survival strategy works, until it doesn't. The FED should also know, or is about to find out too.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 23:44 | 5106985 are we there yet
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Voodo and local charms will protect them from the evil ebola hospital blankets and bloody mattresses.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:18 | 5105081 christiangustafson
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The good news is, my new razors arrived from Harry's this week, and they performed admirably.  I am convinced.

So score a big win for a Zero Hedge advertiser!  You can't go wrong with the $15 "Truman" starter set.

Next up for me, trying out one of the foreign-bride services listed on this site.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:25 | 5105102 CrazyCooter
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Actually, the ads on the mobile site are aweful, but my phone is old and probably half the problem.

Why not try an ad blocking add on? I use FireFox and Ad Block Plus.



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:29 | 5105112 christiangustafson
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But I got a baby-smooth face out of it.  Zero Hedge is enhancing my lifestyle.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:48 | 5105175 CrazyCooter
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Funny that, I enhance my life by *not* shaving ... unless I am sucking up to the wife or have to go to a board meeting. :-)



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:49 | 5105444 Bangin7GramRocks
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Parole board?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 20:50 | 5106655 Flagit
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Rehabilitated? Well, now let me see. You know, I don't have any idea what that means.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:15 | 5105722 Greenskeeper_Carl
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Ya Firefox with ghostery worked great, but I am running tor now, which puts you in from random exit nodes all over the place, so it can't advertise to you based on your browsing habits, since you are coming from a different IP address each time. Pretty funny that the default ads for anyone accessing this site from Tor is mail order brides and chatting with Ukrainian women and shit like that.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:38 | 5105141 ThroxxOfVron
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"Next up for me, trying out one of the foreign-bride services listed on this site."


Do you know if they offer financing plans?

Lemme know how that foreign-bride service works out for you, man.  

I'm in the market.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:42 | 5105162 Help Is Not Coming
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You don't have to worry about the financing plans. It's the 50% restocking fee that you should be concerned about.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:44 | 5105426 CheapBastard
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Throxx, forget those brides. Get your self one of those Japanese Love Dolls. They're beautiful, won't answer you back, are very obedient, listen attentively when you speak, don't cheat on ya, and don't shop until they drop. Many of them I've heard are also very passionate:



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:41 | 5106188 chubbar
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Plus the upgraded model has a flat spot on back of head  to balance a pizza tray and I believe (but don't quote me) a beer holder as well. Good luck!

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:19 | 5105091 greatbeard
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I happened to surf on into a brief segment of on interview, Charlie Rose maybe, on PBS.  It was with a lady that wrote a book about the last outbreak and seems to know quite a bit about ebola.  She was asked what it would take, in her opinion, to keep this outbreak from becoming a world pandemic (my terms, I'm not quite sure how the question was posed).  From what she said, it's not going to happen.  There is no way they will control this outreak at this time.  Shit is going to get heavy unless extreme measures are taken to control this thing.  I've about had my fill of doomsdsay stuff, and near doomsday stuff, but what she had to say raised the hair on the back of my neck.  No way Jose would I want to be living in the city right about now.  I'd been thinning out my food stash in a prep for moving but I think I might just start laying in some more supplies.  Not that that would protect me but I'm not so sure I'll be hankerin' to run into town in the not so distant future. 

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:28 | 5105110 morning
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got link?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:40 | 5105120 CrazyCooter
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I just googled this:



EDIT: If you visit that video on YouTube, PBS has a channel with 12 videos ... the one cited is not the one I shared, but likely one of the others.

EDIT2: I think it is this one:

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:48 | 5105179 ShrNfr
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The person interviewed was Laurie Garrett. I only see a book on this topic from 1995. I suspect that she is up to date on the subject, but that is not certain.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:02 | 5105231 a common man
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her comments as of a few days ago very significant starts at the 3 minute mark....

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:03 | 5105236 Jena
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This is Laurie Garrett's most recent article about the Ebola outbreak in Foreign Policy, dated August 14, 2014.

Worth a read.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:19 | 5105308 a common man
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Her comments there are even more insightful than her comments in the interview. Very hard hitting words there.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:08 | 5105519 bbq on whitehou...
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The headline is misleading. 198 are in quarentine, only 10 confirmed.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:22 | 5105565 _ConanTheLibert...
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Yeah, but some will not be quarantined and spread the disease in the meantime. I mean, they can't control this really.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:08 | 5105521 sushi
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Surely there was just one yesterday.

And he left for the USSA. Or was it Spain?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:56 | 5105213 Jena
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In that video, you can see temperatures being taken a few different ways: infrared, which can be used from a small distance; digital surface, which requires skin contact - similar to an otic or ear thermometer and the old axillary method - or sticking a thermometer under the armpit.

The thing is that of these methods, the last two transfer sweat from one patient to the next and since Ebola is secreted in sweat, so is the infection.

Also, here's a good resource for Ebola and other virology-related things:

You may find the explanation about aerosol vs. airborne tranmission interesting.

Was it Laurie Garrett whom you saw on Charlie Rose? She is compelling:

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:02 | 5105234 greatbeard
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>> Was it Laurie Garrett whom you saw

I'm going to say yes.  She wrote book about it.  I was surfing and I really don't have a lot of TV patience.  I just watched a couple of minutes.  It is interesting to see others who watched it opinions.



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:24 | 5105759 phaedrus1952
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Hey, Great beard, Thanks for the input. I just watched the 5 minutes of Laurie Garret's TV appearance as well as reading her linked article.

The most significant observation I had was that she was NOT trying to be alarmist (she corrected the hostess' fatality percentage downward), and yet was describing the probability of an apocalyptic pandemic.  

Maybe it truly is time to start to panic.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:57 | 5105673 jerry_theking_lawler
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just a curious fact. i traveled through Hong Kong in the last week of July....everything and everybody looked normal. I came back through a few days ago...stepped off the plane, short hike down the terminal and there it was...thermal scanner...and people wearing surgical masks. and then in the terminal, I see more people than the last time wearing masks (airport staff, security staff, some airline staff).....


made me a little uncomfortable.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:03 | 5105504 Bangin7GramRocks
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Really eye opening. Thanks for linking.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:49 | 5105839 gruden
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Interesting, she is CFR, so her message is tied to TPTB. 

And what is she suggesting?  Full quarantine.  "Pulling screaming people away from their families."  This is part of the end-game, right there in front of us.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:35 | 5105139 greatbeard
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>> got link?

No, it was a TV show.  I rarely turn on the tube but I was stuck petting my dog as was a tad bored.  So, I'm not really up on TV stuff.  I do know it was a non commercial channel, most certainly PBS.  I did try, in my uneducated way, to recount the gist of it.  Get the  out and buy some duct tape and visqueen.



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:29 | 5105114 CrazyCooter
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I asked Miffed about this on another thread because my living situation is remote by most standards. Her response was basically "no where is safe" and she directed me to the history of the black plauge in Europe. This ebola shit, if it really gets legs and visits all the major cities, will take years to run its course and it won't be in one "wave".

NOTE: if you are not logged in, only one page of comments shows, so if the link to a comment is on page 2 or after it won't do anything (i.e. login if the link doesn't work or page through the comments and find it).



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:34 | 5105134 a common man
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Your comment,It will take years to run it course rings true. Read Camus "The Plague" While he does not specifically comment on the passage of time, you get the impressions that seasons pass during the story. It was insightful to may anyway. Re-read it two or three months ago.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:42 | 5105161 Winston Churchill
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The  plague lingered in London for two centuries with major outbreaks every 5

years or so. Only the Great Fire of London finally banished it.

I never did buy the story of how that was started as all the gentry, and nobility

were coincidently absent at the time.Even Sam Peeps was suspicious.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:14 | 5105283 Miffed Microbio...
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Hi Cooter,

I would like to refer to a conversation I had with Parrotile on this subject. I wanted a researcher and an ID Drs's view of my assessment. Frankly, any one credible is more than welcome to point out the holes in my theory. We discussed treatment options and vaccine development. My conclusion was simply to run. He basically concurred and gave me coordinates to Pitcairn Island. We do have access to a boat that could make it.

I am disturbed. I never thought a professional would completely agree and I was just getting too alarmist with this. Any questions on what we discussed you may email me at

Take care and god bless


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:58 | 5106025 Parrotile
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Hi Ma'm - me again. Off to work to deal with all the other infections that kill (but are less glamorous). Read an article on the in vivo use of amiodarone to inhibit binding, but from what I could gather, the human doses would be really high. Bearing in mind amiodarone can induce iodine sensitivity, cause thyroid problems, and (at high doses) is associated with pulmonary fibrosis (and the doses were HIGH), it's a choice of ebola or shot lungs.

Maybe more later?? It is certainly getting  interesting.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:22 | 5106306 Miffed Microbio...
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I am assuming these therapies must be done early in infection. Possibly before symptoms even appear?

20 years ago we had an outbreak of strep A Necrotizing fasciitis. 12 patients within 3 months. 4 patients died ( all had cuts in the leg interestingly enough, one 22 yr old had borrowed her boyfriends razor who had strep throat and shaved her legs, she lasted 3 days) all their blood cultures came up between 2-4 hrs! I was amazed at the MICs. Most sensitive strep I had seen to anything. We had a hard time culturing them. They would only grow at the tertiary and greater streak line due to the antibiotic concentration inhibition.

Even with such sensitivity the toxicity was extreme. We contacted the cdc but they could find no commonality and the outbreak, thankfully, just stopped. Our ID Docs concluded antibiotics would have only been effective if given soon after innoculation. Way before symptoms appeared. Of course, who would know to seek medical care after they had received a cut? I will say, none of us ever considered borrowing our significant others razor ever again.

I am hoping we are not in the eye of the storm. Lots of rumors flying and my contacts have gone silent. Gag orders? I am worried and keeping my eyes open.

Be safe and thinking of you


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:52 | 5106394 phaedrus1952
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Miffed, I thank you and the other professionals for contributing to these threads on this topic.

However, your comment about "contacts have gone silent" triggered uber red alarms in my head. Many decades of observing events in my lifetime have shown a clear correlation with the amount of 'press/public information' displayed and the true importance/significance of same.  In other words, the less discussed the more the importance.

We all may benefit not only from your technical input, but how you perceive the health professional field responding ... Both at a personal level and an "official" posturing.  

I thank you in advance.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 18:57 | 5106409 Seeing Red
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Exact same red alarms here.  Miffed, please keep posting on a semi-regular basis if possible; your input is highly valued (but I don't mean to imply that I frantically scrutinize every word you utter).  FYI, I think your posts are quite clear regarding disclaimers.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 23:33 | 5107203 Tall Tom
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Miffed and all....!q=ebola&t=text


For continuous news feed.

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 00:13 | 5107375 phaedrus1952
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Tnx for the link, TT

Mon, 08/18/2014 - 01:09 | 5107510 Miffed Microbio...
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The environment is getting wierd and I am nervous drawing any more attention to myself. I am hunkering down and waiting now. I need facts before I know what decisions to make.

One should walk carefully in a burning building and not panic with the herd. I'm just afraid their actions will bring it down around me.


Mon, 08/18/2014 - 17:10 | 5110727 Tall Tom
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If you are in a building that has smoke...consider that as your invitation to leave.


By the time that the fire shows its face it is far too late.


I have survived two house fires, one accidental, one intentional.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:39 | 5105148 chunga
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The lady was saying that all infected people would have to be strictly quarantined with no exceptions or else.

She didn't specifically say not to loot ebola hospitals to steal bloody mattresses, but it seems prudent to hold off on that for a while.

Yup, a good bean run never hurts.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:38 | 5105619 Pure Evil
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You would think the most prudent thing to do would have been to stop all flights out of the infected countries. Who cares if you want to head there you just aint coming out.

But, now that the cat is out of the bag and firmly established in western countries its only a matter of time, not if, we'll get a major outbreak.


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:48 | 5105650 Winston Churchill
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But that would have screwed up Obozos long planned African summit in DC.

The One could never have allowed the risk of a pandemic to upstage that, now

could he ?

Now does it make sense, bringing those cases to the US, if only in political terms ?

Now that is narcissism with a capital N.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 16:40 | 5105986 Proofreder
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Perhaps Schrodinger's cat is out of the bag ...

Perhaps not.

Student friend of a friend returned from the Congo on Friday - now in university hospital isolation ward undergoing tests.  Positive for Maleria so far.  Back to School all over the U$A.

Cue drumbeats a la CNN.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:05 | 5106048 Jack Burton
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Informative post! I just read that WHO has said that even the best case scenario now is that 6 months would be required to turn this around, and then ONLY if proper measures were taken. I can assure you, international air travel from infected cities to uninfected nations sure as HELL is not proper control measures. Fuck the Open Borders freaks, with them it is like a mantra they keep repeating as if it were a religion. "Open Borders" "Open Borders" "Open Borders" "Open Borders" etc.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:19 | 5105093 kurtosis
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buy gold, buy siver, but read this first:

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:24 | 5105094 Yen Cross
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  Get your Ebola and Fukushima protection here.

   Ebola Protection with N95 Face Masks. MERS and Flu Virus.

 I always thought mankind would blow itself to bits...I was dead wrong.

  Sorry, I forgot the sarc tag/  Libtards love Sundays

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:54 | 5105206 CrazyCooter
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At the rate this is going, the best defense is going to be a strong immune system or enough money to buy blood transfusions from survivors.



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:03 | 5105237 Yen Cross
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  I just ruined a perfectly good monitor. You couldn't be MOAR right Cooter! +1

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:55 | 5105209 Urban Redneck
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What you're not pitching colloidal silver?

It's funny that the Nigerian MoH was saying that colloidal silver had exactly the same proven efficacy of Zmapp/Big Pharma and they were interested in testing it with informed consent, and the US FDA all of the sudden got its panties in a bunch about what it views as a Nigerian scam, and where it has NO JURISDICTION.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:10 | 5106059 NoPension
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I like the hints I've seen that tobacco may contain properties that tamp down the virus.
Good God Almighty, would not that make this perfect?

I swear by all hell, here is the freaky part. There is a show on TNT or AMC called the Last Ship. About a US Navy destroyer out to sea while the world suffers a pandemic. Then there is an HBO show, the Leftovers. The survivor weirdo group chain smokes. For no apparent reason. Fuck me.

I'm a Winston guy myself, by the way. Doing my part as a citizen to make sure I don't go on forever sucking resources. Your welcome, bitchez.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 23:18 | 5107123 walküre
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in the Fifties the Doctors were advertising how good smoking was for your health... seems they were way ahead of their time.

remember the "smoking man" in the X Files saga? he was part of TPTB. lots of elite and TPTB are smoking in this day and age although they could afford an army of personal trainers to get rid of the addiction.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:20 | 5105097 Kirk2NCC1701
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Just air-drop infected patients into ISIS areas!  They'll get the fucking message.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:01 | 5105227 Terminus C
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ISIS already has the message... they doin exactly what Massah ordered.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:24 | 5105104 holdbuysell
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See item one in the list below. Ebola has the potential to accomplish this all by itself.

Georgia Guidestones


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:30 | 5105117 Matt
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Nah, this strain only kills half the population, although I don't know if surviving one outbreak helps against the future ones, otherwise it would only take 3 outbreaks to get ~90% reduction.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:40 | 5105155 Tenshin Headache
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This strain may kill more than half the population once health systems and so on are overwhelmed ... provided that it gets that far.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:45 | 5105169 Winston Churchill
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Typhus,dysentry and cholera will get any stragglers if it gets that bad.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:02 | 5105229 Terminus C
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Mopped up by nuclear meltdown... I think we got it covered.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:32 | 5105373 Tenshin Headache
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Great plot for an apocalypse movie. Too bad it may be nonfiction.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:04 | 5105507 Tall Tom
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Few understand the secondary affects.


There are 100 Nuke Reactors with 5000 qualified people. When Ebola kills half of them those Nuke Plants are toast.


There will be a total failure of the Electrical Grid. With that there will be fuel shortages because the elctricity is required to run the pumps.


With Fuel Shortages the Crops cannot be moved into the cities. People will starve if not die from Ebola.


They will die of thirst from lack of Water as it takes electricity to run the pumps.


Ebola does not care if it is a "useless eater" or it is a World Leader. It has no respect for Socioeconomic Status, education, training or intellect.


Wiping out 50% of the people randomly will probably result in wiping out of 95% to 99% of the people.


With the secondary affects it can even be an ELE.


There will be Tens of Millions, if not Hundreds of Millions dead by Christmas.


Oh...By the way...I ran the new numbers. The percentage rate of infection, per day, is also growing as an Exponential.


Isn't it funny that the Second Derivative of an Exponential Function is also an Exponential Function?


I mean...That is only to be expected if you understand the Math.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 14:41 | 5105629 BlindMonkey
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Aren't we just a fucking ray of sunshine on a Sunday.


Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:01 | 5105685 Matt
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Is there a market for this? betsofbitcoins maybe? I'd like to place a bet on under 10 million dead by Christmas.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 23:26 | 5107163 Tall Tom
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If we can get enough interest maybe Las Vegas Casinos may open a line.


Other than that I was thinking that we all get together for an "End of the World Extravaganza".


Shit. Let's hold in in Lakeside, CA USA.


San Diego, CA is rather nice in the Fall.


We may not know the exact day...But it is ending...rapidly.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:36 | 5106165 walküre
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Great fear mongering. Other than that... complete hyperbole.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 19:57 | 5106543 Citxmech
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When it happens - not if - that is how it will happen.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 23:30 | 5107178 Tall Tom
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Too intense for you?


If I reported that you had one month to live just what would you do?


How will you spend those last Thirty Days?


What if I told you that you had Twelve Months? What changes will you make, then?


Lagos, Nigeria is toast. It is a city of TWENTY MILLION.




That is 2 "Tens of Millions".



Sun, 08/17/2014 - 12:51 | 5105187 ShrNfr
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There are several strains. One has a 70% mortality rate, one a 50% mortality rate. Like HIV, it is a rapidly mutating RNA virus.

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:52 | 5105453 Tenshin Headache
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Source for that 2 strains info?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 13:57 | 5105487 Jena
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There are many that spell it out but here's basic info:

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 15:16 | 5105498 Tenshin Headache
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I thought he meant within this outbreak, which is Ebola Zaire

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:12 | 5106071 NoPension
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Being that it came out of Africa, maybe it has the same limits as the sickle cell?

Sun, 08/17/2014 - 17:24 | 5106118 msmith9962
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The virus will kill half.  The implications for the globalized food and financial system will kill the other 40%.

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