by Jon Rappoport
October 24, 2014
A health worker who treated so-called Ebola cases in West Africa has been locked in an iso ward of a medical facility for 21 days, after she arrived back in New Jersey.
She had no symptoms—but after being put in isolation, she developed a fever.
Many people would.
This is now official emergency policy for New York and New Jersey.
Contact with someone who “has Ebola”=21 days in lockdown.
This is where the irrelevant diagnostic tests come in. That quarantined person, registering positive on an antibody or PCR test, will be labeled “Ebola”—even though the tests say nothing about Ebola, as I’ve described in past articles.
The next step will be locking people up for 21 days, if they came into contact with someone who “might have” Ebola.
Then we could see chains of “might haves.”
The truth is, anyone with a reasonably strong immune system will reject and dispose of the Ebola virus.
And anyone with a very weak immune system is subject to becoming ill, gravely ill, or dying from any number of germs, like the untold number of flu viruses floating around.
But the germ merchants are in charge of the game. They sell fear of germs like hot dogs.
And privately, they call their brokers and load up on shares of vaccine companies and sell short airline stocks.
New York City will sit there and absorb losses from tourism cancellations, just as Toronto took it in 2003, when the dreaded SARS (dud) allowed the World Health Organization to issue an advisory against travel to that city.
The hypnotist casts his spell and the audience succumbs.
The CDC, you can be sure, is in meetings with vaccine manufacturers and the FDA.
“When will the Ebola vaccine be ready for sale? We need to know, so we can try to keep this fear-charade and the quarantines going until then.”
That’s the challenge.
But the vaccine makers have an ace up their sleeves. The US and other governments have already made commitments and guarantees to buy millions of doses of vaccine, in any “public health emergency,” whenever they’re ready to ship—no matter what.
“Fortunately, due to surveillance, tracking, quarantines, and public education, we managed to escape a global holocaust by the skin of our teeth. This time. But we have a new awesome weapon in our vaults: the Ebola vaccine. An injection now, before the next outbreak, will protect you. This time, we gave that vaccine- protection to front-line health workers and others designated ‘at-risk.’ Now we can protect everybody…”
The only minor problem? Explaining away the severe reactions to, and deaths from, the vaccine.
“Uh, well, those people already had latent Ebola, we just didn’t know it because they showed no visible symptoms. They died from Ebola. The vaccine was perfectly safe. After all, prior to its release, we tested it on eleven monkeys in a lab…”