Black People : What Does JFK and Ebola Have In Common?

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    Here is one of those "anomalies" that some don't catch, and later have to go back to correct.


    A spokesman for the government in Guinea said on Thursday that eight bodies were found two days after a group of health workers and journalists went missing in the country.

    The journalists and officials came under attack near the southern city of Nzerekore, close to the Liberian border. One journalist was able to escape and later told reporters that she could hear villagers looking for her.

    The Associated Press said that the group "was doing disinfection and education on prevention methods" when it went missing.

    Doctors and researchers trying to contain the Ebola outbreak, which is deadlier than all previous outbreaks combined, have run up against a population deeply suspicious of medical personnel. Last month, riots broke out in the same Guinean city over rumors that health care workers were infecting people with the virus.

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    Seven months after the virus was first officially reported in Guinea, some villagers still believe health teams spread the virus, or invented it as a means of luring Africans to clinics to harvest their blood and organs.


    Sources:
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/18/ebola-guinea_n_5845140.html
    http://www.france24.com/en/20140925...des-after-ebola-health-workers-killed-guinea/

    Now

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    A medical worker with the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia disinfects a building on September 6, 2014 (AFP Photo/Dominique Faget)


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    Just compare these images for a moment


    "John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital"

    Just do a simple Google search for John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital and see what pops up.

    Better yet, I shall make is a bit simpler for those that aren't too hip to the re-search area...


    First, without the quotations:
    John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=John+Fitzgerald+Kennedy+Hospital

    Now with the quotations:
    "John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital"
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q="John+Fitzgerald+Kennedy+Hospital"

    Notice how "Ebola" is basically all that comes up when using the last search with quotations.
    (WHO)


    MedShares Celebrates Our 900th Aid Shipment
    Posted on April 15, 2013
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    The 900th container of humanitarian aid that we shipped on April 9, 2013, is destined for John F Kennedy Medical Center located in Liberia’s capital City of Monrovia. [​IMG]
    The medical center serves a population that is struggling with significant health challenges, including hypertension, malnourishment, and HIV/AIDS. The US spends an average of $7,700 per capita on healthcare, while Liberia just spends 6/10 of 1 percent of that – a measly $49.

    Read more:
    http://medshare.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/medshares-celebrates-our-900th-aid-shipment/


    JFK Memorial Hospital
    Address: 47111 Monroe St, Indio, CA 92201

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hospital
    Address: Monrovia, Liberia

    Obvious this "hospital" in Monrovia has connections to James Monroe and John F. Kennedy, will bridge the connections later on.

    But will leave this small tidbit:

    The Monroe Doctrine was a US foreign policy regarding Latin American countries in the early 19th century. It stated that further efforts by European nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring U.S. intervention. At the same time, the doctrine noted that the United States would neither interfere with existing European colonies nor meddle in the internal concerns of European countries. The Doctrine was issued in 1823 at a time when nearly all Latin American colonies of Spain and Portugal had achieved or were at the point of gaining independence from the Portuguese and Spanish Empires; Peru consolidated its independence in 1824, and Bolivia would become independent in 1825, leaving only Cuba and Puerto Rico under Spanish rule. The United States, working in agreement with Britain, wanted to guarantee that no European power would move in.​

    Cross-reference The Monroe Doctrine with The Northwoods Doctrine
    http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/northwoods.html

    That should get the gears going

    What do Nigerians think of this "outbreak"?



    The Bureaucracy that has been created has people unsure of what they should be doing


    Dead bodies of people that have been believed to be suspected to have "Ebola" lay out for days because they are told not to touch them or bury them, yet no officials came to remove or manage the situations.


    The attempt to promote the sensationalize media headlines of "Ebola Outbreak" are fighting against people that are not buying the hype even in the places that claim to have the "Outbreak".


    US Secures New Lease for Non-Base in Djibouti
    Posted on May 7, 2014
    On Monday, the US government announced that it had reached a deal with Djibouti regarding the continued American military presence at Camp Lemonnier. The new deal will allow Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa and other US forces to remain in the country for another decade at the cost of $630 million. This is significantly more than the reported $38 million fee Washington is currently paying every year. The deal also allows the US government to get another decade at the same rate, as well as a decade after that at a renegotiated rate.

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    Camp Lemonnier’s front gate

    Camp Lemonnier was first built by the French as a base for the Foreign Legion in the region. The US arrived there shortly after the attacks on 11 September 2001 and has dramatically increased the size and scope of the facility. Initially part of US Central Command’s (CENTCOM) area of responsibility, Camp Lemonnier was passed to US Africa Command (AFRICOM) after its creation in 2008. The facility, ostensibly run by the US Navy, is also generally referred to as America’s only base on the continent, but the Pentagon does its best to steer clear of using that term to describe it. During a press conference last month, the commander of AFRICOM US Army General David Rodriguez described it as “a major forward operating site” and later corrected a reporter who attempted to use the word “base.”



    Not to mention, in 2011 The Obama Administration brought in the "doctor" that discovered "Ebola", a Peter Piot, to be a member of an "international research panel" which focused on the effectiveness of the present US regulations and international standards for the protection of people acting as test subjects in scientific studies supported by the federal authorities.

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