Latest Ebola Outbreak Supposedly Kills 3 Times as Many as Previous 26 (the entire History of Ebola) 4,922 compared to 1,530

by Scott Creighton

Now that Obama wants 6.18 billion tax-payer bucks to pump resources into CIA-linked USAID to “fight Ebola” (read as “recolonize the whole of the African continent and keep it out of the hands of the Chinese”) I thought it might be advantageous to take a closer look at the history of the virus.

Within the State and foreign aid arena, the U.S. Agency for International Development or USAID would receive $1.98 billion, including $1.4 billion in disaster assistance. Politico

Luckily I came across an infographic at Global Research that provided that history in a concise manner and after looking at it, I was simply amazed at the scale of this latest outbreak in Africa.

Too say that the scale of this latest outbreak is unprecedented goes well beyond understatement. The number of cases are simply off the charts in comparison to every other outbreak event in the history of the virus.

In 1976, the first case in Zaire effected 318 people with 280 of them dying. In Sudan, the same year, the Sudan Virus strain infected 284 with 151 of them ultimately succumbing to the illness.

Since then there have been a total of 24 outbreaks in various countries around the world from Britain to Russia but mainly it’s contained to Africa.

Of those, only 3 have risen to the same type of scale that the first outbreaks were on.

  • 1995 – Democratic Republic of Congo – 315 infected 250 died
  • 2001 – Uganda                                           – 425 infected 224 died
  • 2007 – Democratic Republic of Congo – 264 infected 187 died

The vast majority of the other outbreaks involve on average about 30 people being infected with some of those cases being much fewer.

But here are the numbers from this latest outbreak. This is going to blow your mind.

March 2014 – Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria – 10,141 infected with 4,922 dead

The most the virus has ever infected in one outbreak is 425 people and that was in Uganda. The most it ever killed 280.

Over the course of the history of the virus, casualties add up to 1,530 dead. And this one outbreak alone has supposedly killed 4,922? That’s well over 3 times as many that’s been killed by Ebola during the entire history of the virus. Does that seem a little odd to anyone else?

How the hell is this same virus supposed to have jumped to such an evolutionary scale, on it’s own, that it has now infected so many people? That’s ridiculous. It has infected and killed more people in this latest outbreak than it ever did throughout it’s entire history combined. By a LARGE margin.

Take a look at the infographic after the break. It’s pretty revealing.

I don’t know what’s going on over there. Did someone weaponize the Ebola virus and let it loose on a population or two? Did they vaccinate against Ebola and screw up giving it to them instead? Is someone just killing off surplus population, getting them out of the way for our “national interests”? Are they padding the numbers so Obama and USAID can get their hands on some slush fund cash?

I don’t know. But this seems HIGHLY suspect if you ask me. Typically viruses don’t make evolutionary jumps that result in new strains doing this and the last time I checked, everyone in Africa isn’t lying around in a big pile sharing bodily fluids on a daily basis. So I don’t know what could possibly account for these kinds of numbers in an organic, naturally occurring manner. This is like an industrialized Ebola outbreak and it is extremely out of sync with Ebola’s outbreak history.

3 Responses

  1. Read “The Hot Zone” by Richard Preston from 1995 and see the story about the first time Ebola came to the USA, back in 1989, via the Philippines.

    How did Ebola Zaire from Africa get to Filipino monkey’s?

    Most likely the monkey’s were infected when the transport plane made a stop at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport and if you know who uses that airport for their spying, drug and gun running and false flags, like the Detroit Underwear Bomber, then you’ll know who brought Ebola to the USA.

  2. Here’s an interesting allegation, unsubstantiated but interesting. Claims of multiple persons poisoning wells in the Ebola infection area with formaldehyde, which allegedly creates symptoms very similar to Ebola. The fact sheet on formaldehyde (posted below) seems to bear that out to some extent.
    Lots of oil and diamonds in that neighborhood.

    Medical Management Guidelines for Formaldehyde

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