The Ebola virus is said to have originated with monkeys and is now spreading across the planet via airplanes. It appears as though the Masters of the Universe knew this was coming all along. For the past 15 years, and especially the past 7 years, the press and Hollywood have been prepping the public mind for such a deadly pandemic.
Following are some of the more recent films (some of which involve big names) whose plot lines revolve around a pandemic. Apes, airplanes and Federal quarantines are common themes in many of these films. Art imitating life? Or art, and conspiracy, dictating life? You be the judge.
Outbreak (1995) / 12 Monkeys (1995)
Resident Evil (2002) / 28 Days Later (2002)
Infection (2004) / 28 Weeks Later (2007)
Quarantine (2008) / The Carriers (2009)
The Crazies (2009) / Quarantine 2 (2010)
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2012) /Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
In the two recent Planet of the Apes Blockbusters, the ‘Simian Flu’ spread via airplane travel, after originating from an American lab, then being carried to France, to Africa, and then back and forth across the world. The virus ended up killing much of humanity. But Ebola predictive programming was not limited to Hollywood. The topic had come up frequently in the news media and even in TV commercials.
The most disturbing and specific example of ‘predictive programming’ in regard to an Ebola pandemic was a 2001 ad for Holiday Inn. The 30-second spot depicted a layman in a Hazmat suit pretending to be an expert. Upon accidentally dropping a glass vile full of Ebola onto the floor, he reassures his concerned colleagues to not worry. When asked about his expertise, he responds, “I’m not actually a scientist, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn last night.”
The 2001 Holiday Inn ad joked about the virus: “Don’t worry. It’s not the airborne strain.”
Very funny. The shocking (in retrospect) TV ad was produced by Fallon McElliot of Minneapolis, an ad firm which was, and still is, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Publicis Group, the world’s 3rd largest advertising and media conglomerate. Since 1987, the CEO and Chairman of the Management Board of Publicis has been Maurice Levy of France, who, like Kouchner (Doctors Without Borders), is a Zionist mogul of the first rank.
Lévy is perhaps the most influential man in advertising worldwide. In January 2008, the King of Publicis was bestowed the International Leadership Award 2008 from the Anti-Defamation League in recognition of his stance towards “tolerance and diversity” (i.e. degeneracy and anti-Whiteism).
In searching for some sort of connection between Zionist Levy of France and Zionist Kouchner of France, a photo of the two ‘Ebola-linked’ chums surfaced.
Levy (center) / Kouchner (right) partying at the famed ‘Publicis Drugstore Restaurant’ in Paris.
Why is it that whenever there is trouble anywhere in the world, from Ukraine, to ISIS, to the dying U.S. economy, to Ebola, these types of kosher characters always seem to show up under every rock? Your concerned reporter here at The Anti-New York Times hopes and prays that his 95% reliable ‘gut instinct’ is wrong on this hunch.
Maybe the West Africans are just being “paranoid” in accusing Kouchner’s ‘Doctors Without Borders’ of spreading Ebola. And maybe Levy’s Holiday Inn Ebola ad from 2001 was just a “coincidence” and a “joke”. But the prophetic words of a real Frenchmen from the 18th century are haunting yours truly today.
”The Jews are born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly to the human race.”
Let’s hope and pray that Voltaire’s ‘gut instinct’ turns out to be wrong as well.