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Ebola: Genuine Threat or Fake Psyop? - Part 1
by Paul Fassa
Targeting tends to be more for early media advertising of a real event. Within the health fields, psyops are often used for getting folks to worship the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and line up for vaccinations.
Those aren't the only ways psyops are used, of course. But medical psyop operations are of concern now. Fear mongering medical psyops are nothing new. There is a real and recent history that repeats the same pattern. They seem to always include mainstream media events reporting a handful of deaths for a disease previously unknown to most.
Then somehow, months later, there's nothing more to report. No more deaths, no more people being turned back from overwhelmed emergency rooms. Let's look some of those recent media events from the CDC and WHO (World Health Organization) over a bit.
Recent Media Epidemic Pandemic Hot Flashes from the CDC and WHO
The AIDS Scare: This goes back to the 1980s. Remember? We all had to be really careful with whomever we shared bodily fluids or die a sure agonizing death. That turned out to be a dud for the depopulation advocates. Many reputable microbiologists opined that there was no virus to begin with.
The gay community stopped using amyl nitrate “poppers” to enhance their promiscuous boogie night experiences and the AIDS “epidemic” faded quickly. Why? Because AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
Read each word carefully and you may understand that it has more to do with destroying your immune system over time with bad habits to create an assortment of ailments than being the unlucky recipient of a phantom microbe. View the video documentary “House of Numbers” for some profound revelations.
The SARS Scare: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome infected a small portion of the Chinese and Southeast Asian populations, the spread from there to Canada's Asian population, leading some to conjecture that it was a test of an ethnic specific bio-weapon.
Just like various flu scares, X-rays were displaying clouded lungs indicative of pneumococcal distress because it was probably some variant of pneumonia. Except for some Canadian tourism damage, very little came of it, no overburdened hospitals and massive losses of life.
The West Nile Virus Scare: That was a good one during the summer of 2005. Got us more afraid of mosquitoes at least. Very little came of it. It's probable that whoever died from that virus simply died of a flu turned pneumonia, as many unpublicized scientists are on record saying there's no such virus as the one purportedly from the West Nile.
The Great Swine Flu and Bird Flu Scares: Need I say more? The bird flu is considered more dangerous, but less likely to spread to humans. But the less dangerous more contagious swine flu got the most press promotion and created long lines for the specially devise swine flu shot that had many permanently damaged.
Interestingly, a CBS new program went rogue and attempted to investigate and report the real swine flu stats. The CDC stonewalled them and this program's producer, Sharyl Attkisson, went around them and checked each state's health department to spill the real beans, which caused her being fired. Real journalist lose their jobs for digging into dark truths of corporations and government agencies.
Turns out there were very few actual confirmed swine flu cases despite the high numbers generated by reported panicked cases of the sniffles and normal seasonal flu used by the CDC for creating the false swine flu epidemic.
The MERS murmurs: Reports of the “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome” creeping into our territory and wiping out millions during 2012 – 2013 didn't get as much screaming press as the others. And the world's population wasn't even slightly dinged by this newest “dreaded” disease.
Stay tuned for part 2!
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Paul Fassa started looking into natural health to overcome his unhealthy lifestyle. Then he developed more interest as he researched his articles for Natural News and Align Life.
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