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LE VIRUS EBOLA EST DE RETOUR - CORONAVIRUS MERS - LA PESTE BUBONIQUE (PARTIE 2)
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MessagePosté le: Dim 9 Nov - 16:32 (2014)    Sujet du message: FALSE FLAG WARNING NYC: FULL-SCALE ‘EBOLA’ PANDEMIC DRILL TO GO LIVE NOV. 13, 2014 11 05 Répondre en citant

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 FALSE FLAG WARNING NYC: FULL-SCALE ‘EBOLA’ PANDEMIC DRILL TO GO LIVE NOV. 13,
2014 11 05

By Shepard Ambellas | intellihub.com



Obama admin and media to Hype "Ebola Outbreak" simultaneously as full-scale FEMA pandemic excercise is carried out Nov. 13 in NYC, NJ — crisis actors, role players to be used.

A massive 2-year long pandemic “continuity exercise” is nearing “stage three” of five on November 13th, going live in “New York City” and “other locations”, according to new documents and audio/video recordings uncovered by Intellihub News.

Shockingly, in a jaw dropping admission, a FEMA official was caught telling role players during a live webinar session that FEMA plans to use people’s fears of “Ebola” and what has “been reported in the news” to “drive” this realtime “full-scale” event.

“I will also take the time to say now, we were very aware of all the responses we are getting that Ebola is very high on people’s attention list. And so rest assured we have taken a lot of the things that are actually happening with the Ebola crisis and factored them into the exercise. They are just under the cover of you know, what would happen during a pandemic. So we have actually taken things that we have seen, things that have been reported in the news, things that we’ve heard from partners and made sure that we are going to get a chance and deal with those actions.”, stated a FEMA official conducting a pandemic “master scenario” webinar presentation for role players, i.e. crisis actors, privy to details of the exercise.

THE AGENCIES INVOLVED


According to FEMA, “The Federal Executive Boards in New York City and Northern New Jersey in partnership with FEMA Region II, The Department of Health and Human Services Region II, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and the Clearing House Association are sponsoring” the drill.

The exercise objectives are to mitigate vulnerabilities during a pandemic influenza outbreak; to identify gaps or weaknesses in pandemic planning or in organization pandemic influenza continuity plans, policies, & procedures; and encourage public and private organizations to jointly plan for, and test, their pandemic influenza plans.

Other key players involved with planning and research may be but are not limited to the following people/organizations:


Citation:


Wendy Panella/Robert Desiato, AT&T
Andrew Chen, US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Eugene Buerkle, National Grid
Lance Plyler, MD, Samaritan’s Purse – Africa Based NGO
Nicholas V. Cagliuso, Sr., PhD, MPH, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
Interestingly, a “final planning meeting” for agency and firm “lead controllers” and “evaluators” will be held just one week ahead of the live full-scale event at 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY, conference room, starting at 9 am on Nov. 6-7.



The remaining dates of the 2-year long exercise will play out as follows:

Citation:



November 13, 2014: Pandemic Influenza Wave 1 Full Scale Exercise
9:00am EST StartEx / 3:30pm EST Endex
Location: Your Agency / Firm
November 20, 2014: Pandemic Influenza Wave 2 Full Scale Exercise
9:00am EST StartEx / 3:30pm EST Endex
Location: Your Agency / Firm
December 1-3, 2014: Pandemic Influenza Recovery / Reconstitution Tabletop Exercise and Pandemic Accord Hotwash (to also include feedback on Wave 1 and Wave 2) – The same session will be repeated over 3 consecutive days to accommodate the number of participants. The event layout is similar to the 2013 Pandemic Accord Exercise, dial-in/WebEx capabilities will be made available to those that are unable to attend live. (Please attend only 1 date)
8:30am EST Registration
9:00am EST StartEx / Hotwash 2:30 pm / 4:00pm EST Endex
Location: 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY Conference Room A/B or Conference Call 800-320-4330; pin 528585#



It is also worthy to note that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is concerned about how telecommunications will hold up if such a pandemic outbreak were to actually occur as they expect phone lines to be jammed up by bedridden and quarantined people along with health workers trying to do their jobs. This hypothetical is also set to be included and evaluated in the exercise and may in fact be what prompted the recent unannounced takeover of various television sets followed by an “emergency alert” announcement from the White House on Oct. 24 as reported by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars.com.

In the report titled White House Emergency Alert Interrupts Viewers Across America, Watson wrote:

Americans watching television across the country were puzzled earlier today when an alert from the White House interrupted their viewing, told them to stand by for an emergency message and warned them not to use their phones.

TV channels automatically changed to local news stations but no White House message ever came, prompting confusion and concern, especially given heightened tensions amidst the Ebola crisis.

Sources:

FEMA Pandemic Exercise Series – PANDEMIC ACCORD: 2013-14 Pandemic Influenza Continuity Exercise Strategy — sifma.org

Pandemic Influenza Impact on Communications Networks Study (PDF)

http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=31987


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MessagePosté le: Mar 11 Nov - 03:00 (2014)    Sujet du message: GHANA : LE PAPE RECOIT LE PRESIDENT MAHAMA Répondre en citant

GHANA : LE PAPE RECOIT LE PRESIDENT MAHAMA

C'est ainsi que les Jésuites et le Vatican, sous le couvert humanitaire et social, prend le contrôle d'un pays.

L'épidémie d'Ebola au coeur des préoccupations Rome, 10 novembre 2014 (Zenit.org) Anne Kurian 


Le pape François a reçu le président ghanéen, M. John Dramani Mahama, ce lundi matin, 10 novembre 2014, au Vatican. Au coeur des préoccupations : l'épidémie du virus Ebola qui sévit en Afrique de l'Ouest.

Le président s'est également entretenu avec le cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secrétaire d’État, et Mgr Dominique Mamberti, secrétaire pour les relations avec les États.

La rencontre a été l'occasion de se pencher sur certaines situations internationales, tout particulièrement sur l'épidémie d'Ebola qui frappe l'Afrique de l'Ouest depuis février dernier, rapporte un communiqué du Saint-Siège.

Les entretiens ont permis de souligner « les bonnes relations entre le Saint-Siège et le Ghana », ainsi que les œuvres de l’Église catholique « en matière d'assistance sociale, d'éducation et de santé » dans le pays.

Enfin, le rôle de l’Église pour la promotion du dialogue entre les diverses composantes de la société a été salué et le bien de la famille a été évoquée.

Le pape a déjà exprimé à plusieurs reprises la préoccupation du Saint-Siège pour l'épidémie d'Ebola, invitant à n'épargner aucun effort pour éradiquer la maladie et rendant hommage au courage des soignants et des volontaires sur place.

Tandis que Caritas Internationalis se réunissait la semaine dernière pour intensifier son action, le cardinal Peter Turkson, président du Conseil pontifical Justice et Paix, annulait un voyage aux États-Unis pour donner la priorité à la lutte contre l'épidémie.

Selon l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), le nombre total de cas d'Ebola s’établissait à 9936, dont 4877 décès au 22 octobre, continuant « d’augmenter de façon exponentielle en Guinée, au Liberia et en Sierra Leone ».

(10 novembre 2014) © Innovative Media Inc.

http://www.zenit.org/fr/articles/ghana-le-pape-recoit-le-president-mahama



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MessagePosté le: Dim 16 Nov - 07:16 (2014)    Sujet du message: CHINESE TEAM ARRIVES IN LIBERIA TO STAFF EBOLA CLINIC Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Mar 18 Nov - 03:28 (2014)    Sujet du message: HAGEL ON EBOLA : 'WE'RE NOT AT THE END YET' Répondre en citant

HAGEL ON EBOLA : 'WE'RE NOT AT THE END YET'

Still lying. They've done nothing to stop Ebola in USA. Contrary is the truth by what we're seeing and the worst is just upon our eyes. Hell's coming.


Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says there are encouraging signs of progress against Ebola in West Africa, and he says the U.S. military can take some credit for containing it. But he said it's too soon to say when the mission will be finished. (Nov. 17)



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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Nov - 01:46 (2014)    Sujet du message: EBOLA/KATRINA VIRUS CAN BE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED MONTHS LATER. THIS MEANS IT IS IN YOUR DNA. Répondre en citant

EBOLA/KATRINA VIRUS CAN BE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED MONTHS LATER. THIS MEANS IT IS IN YOUR DNA.

Ebola/Katrina Virus can be sexually transmitted months later. This means it is in your DNA.
http://youtu.be/PoXC2f0s2ts
 
The following articles are Federal Desensitizing Propaganda. Here are the facts that you need to know.

1. The Ebola/Katrina Virus will be in your DNA and it will be passed to your children.

2. Ebola/Katrina Virus can be passed to another person via human fluids. Saliva, seaman, sweat, blood, etc. A sneeze or a cough may be enough.
3. They do not know the incubation period.

4. You can be a carrier of Ebola/Katrina Virus and not show signs AND NOT TEST POSITIVE.

Here is the most important question. What test did they use in Africa and why did they use a different test in India?

India isolates man with Ebola-infected semen

By Harmeet Shah Singh, CNN updated 3:51 AM EST, Wed November 19, 2014
http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/19/world/a...
 
New Delhi, India (CNN) -- An Ebola survivor has been quarantined in India after his semen tested positive for the virus, health officials there have announced.

The 26-year-old man, an Indian national, traveled to New Delhi from Liberia on November 10, almost two months after he was hospitalized in the West African nation after showing symptoms of the illness, India's health ministry said in a statement.

He was released from the Liberian hospital on September 30 with documents declaring him free of clinical signs linked to Ebola, the ministry added.
As a precautionary measure, Indian authorities carried out tests on his body fluids, which confirmed traces of the virus in his semen, the statement said.

"Currently, this person is not having any symptoms of the disease. However, he would be kept under isolation in the special health facility of (the) Delhi Airport Health Organization, till such time his body fluids test negative and he is found medically fit to be discharged," it said.

Doctor's death marks second U.S. Ebola fatality

By Ashley Fantz, CNN updated 9:34 PM EST, Mon November 17, 2014
http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/17/health/...
 
CNN) -- A doctor who spent time treating Ebola patients in West Africa died from the virus Monday in Nebraska. The death of Dr. Martin Salia, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, marks the second time Ebola has claimed a victim in the United States.




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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Nov - 01:55 (2014)    Sujet du message: BAND AID 30 STARS ARRIVE TO RECORD NEW SINGLE FOR EBOLA CRISIS Répondre en citant

BAND AID 30 STARS ARRIVE TO RECORD NEW SINGLE FOR EBOLA CRISIS

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MessagePosté le: Sam 29 Nov - 03:10 (2014)    Sujet du message: EXPERIMENTAL EBOLA VACCINE READY FOR TESTING - CREEPY BOB GELDOF BAND AID BS! Répondre en citant

EXPERIMENTAL EBOLA VACCINE READY FOR TESTING - CREEPY BOB GELDOF BAND AID BS!



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MessagePosté le: Mer 3 Déc - 03:06 (2014)    Sujet du message: OBAMA : EBOLA STILL PRIORITY, FIGHT ISN'T OVER Répondre en citant

OBAMA : EBOLA STILL PRIORITY, FIGHT ISN'T OVER

Declaring the "fight is nowhere close to being over," President Barack Obama on Tuesday heralded strides in the effort to confront Ebola in West Africa and in protecting the U.S. against the spread of the deadly virus. (Dec. 2)



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MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Déc - 02:26 (2014)    Sujet du message: L’ONU ET DES RESPONSABLES D'EGLISE AFFIRMENT LA NECESITE D'UNE PLUS GRANDE COOPERATION DANS LA LUTTE CONTRE L'EBOLA Répondre en citant

L’ONU ET DES RESPONSABLES D'EGLISE AFFIRMENT LA NECESITE D'UNE PLUS GRANDE COOPERATION DANS LA LUTTE CONTRE L'EBOLA

Danger, danger!!! Si vous écoutez la voix du mensonge, vous tomberez tous dans le piège. L'Empire de Rome, celle qui dit avoir tant à coeur, est en train de préparer un grand génocide à l'échelle internationale. Nous le voyons prendre place depuis déjà quelques semaines. J'avais publié dernièrement un article de l'ACT, mais aujourd'hui d'autres partenaires s'ajoutent à la liste, le FAWE ainsi que de nombreuses églises corrompues et associées à cette Rome satanique et meurtrière, qui s'uniront à cet agenda funeste. Vous croyez que Rome et vos pasteurs ont vraiment à coeur vous, vos maris, vos enfants, vos parents? Non, pas du tout. Ils sont unis tous ensemble pour vous mener vers la destruction.

De nombreuses personnes associées à ses églises, n'ont aucune idée de ce vaste complot international. Ils travailleront "bénévolement", pour la grande majorité, afin d'aider à combattre ce grand mal qui prend place, tout en croyant faire une oeuvre bienfaisante pour aider les petites gens. N'ont-ils pas lu le livre de l'Apocalypse, chapitre 6?

Tout se met en place. On rapporte aussi que "l'OMS en charge de la sécurité sanitaire, qui, lors d’une réunion le 2 octobre, avait déclaré que l’ONU pouvait envoyer des soldats pour assurer la logistique nécessaire pour prévenir la propagation de l’Ebola et mettre en place les équipements de soins nécessaires". C'est donc vers une loi martiale médicale qui pourrait être établie dans tous les pays. Le piège se referme de plus en plus et si peu en on conscience... Non, seulement mettent-ils leur vie en danger, mais leur éternité pour avoir cru le prince de la puissance de l'air qui est présentement en mode destruction, dans tous les domaines.




Le FAWE, partenaire de l’Alliance ACT, s’assure le concours de responsables communautaires au Liberia pour lutter contre la propagation de l’Ebola. © ACT/FCA/Leena Lindqvist

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Version française publiée le: 04 décembre 2014

Des représentants des Nations Unies et du Conseil œcuménique des Églises (COE) sont convenus que la communauté internationale et les responsables religieux doivent coopérer davantage pour lutter contre le fléau que représente le virus Ebola.

Organisé au Centre œcuménique de Genève le 28 novembre, ce colloque s’inscrivait dans le sillage d’une réunion accueillie le 29 septembre par le COE à Genève sur le même thème.

Dans une intervention par Skype, le docteur David Nabarro, envoyé spécial du secrétaire général de l’ONU pour la lutte contre Ebola, a déclaré à la réunion du 28 novembre: «Les organisations religieuses ont un rôle absolument essentiel à jouer dans la lutte contre Ebola parce qu’elles ont un accès privilégié aux populations.»

Le colloque avait pour objectif de rassembler les compétences, les expériences et les connaissances d’employés clés du COE et de l’ONU, de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), du Fonds des Nations Unies pour l’enfance (UNICEF), du Programme commun des Nations Unies sur le VIH/sida (ONUSIDA), de l’Organisation internationale du travail (OIT), de l’Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM), de l’Alliance ACT, de la Fédération luthérienne mondiale (FLM), de Caritas Internationalis, de communautés religieuses, de l’Institut allemand pour la mission médicale (Difäm), de Pain pour le monde et d’autres partenaires essentiels, pour dialoguer et définir des stratégies sur les ripostes actuelles à Ebola.
Le virus Ebola «frappe directement au cœur» de ce que signifie être humain, a affirmé l’archevêque de Cantorbéry, Justin Welby, dans une vidéo enregistrée pour le colloque du COE.

Il a souligné la contribution «absolument cruciale» des Églises et des autres communautés religieuses dans la lutte contre la crise.

Le chef de l’Église anglicane a évoqué la «profonde tristesse» qu’il a ressentie lors d’une visite en Afrique de l’Ouest en octobre, où il avait rencontré le chef de cabinet de la Mission de l’ONU pour l’action d’urgence contre Ebola (UNMEER) à Accra, au Ghana.

«On est contaminé par les personnes qu’on aime le plus et qu’on pleure le plus à leur mort, car le danger qu’elles représentent est plus grand après leur décès», a indiqué l’archevêque.

Réunissant des représentants d’organisations chrétiennes de santé, de développement et d’entraide ainsi que des agences de l’ONU, le colloque du COE avait pour objectif de leur permettre de tirer des enseignements les uns des autres et de trouver des moyens de collaboration pour multiplier leurs efforts.

Lutter contre la crise de l’Ebola

Le pasteur Olav Fykse Tveit, secrétaire général du COE, a déclaré qu’il s’agit «d’une crise autant sanitaire que communautaire. Les Églises membres du COE constituent une communauté qui vient en aide aux familles.»

Les enfants sont particulièrement vulnérables et nombre d’entre eux se retrouvent orphelins à cause de la maladie.

Il a affirmé que les institutions affiliées à l’Église peuvent être extrêmement efficaces dans les pays touchés par Ebola et qu’il est «extrêmement important» de les soutenir.

Le pasteur Tveit a cité le docteur Keiji Fukuda, sous-directeur général de l’OMS en charge de la sécurité sanitaire, qui, lors d’une réunion le 2 octobre, avait déclaré que l’ONU pouvait envoyer des soldats pour assurer la logistique nécessaire pour prévenir la propagation de l’Ebola et mettre en place les équipements de soins nécessaires.

Néanmoins leur champ d’action ne pourrait pas aller au-delà. Le COE et la communauté religieuse doivent laisser le «dernier kilomètre» à la population locale.

La doctoresse Sue Parry, du programme de santé et guérison du COE, a déclaré qu’une stratégie avait été mise au point pour que la communauté de l’Église puisse combattre l’Ebola au niveau mondial et de nombreuses consultations ont eu lieu avec l’OMS et d’autres acteurs clés.

Elle a notamment évoqué une consultation sur la riposte à Ebola qui s’est tenue du 24 au 26 novembre et qui a rassemblé des responsables d’Église, des agents de santé d’Église, des organisations interreligieuses et l’ONU pour contribuer à tracer les contours des interventions futures.
Sue Parry a souligné que le COE représente bien plus que des responsables d’Église et une organisation chrétienne d’envergure mondiale.

«L’organisation dispose aussi d’un réseau bien développé de services de santé qui représentent une part importante des soins de santé nationaux dans toute l’Afrique. Bien souvent, ils sont les seuls points de santé qu’on puisse trouver dans les régions plus rurales et isolées des différents pays.»
Et d’ajouter: «Nous ne considérons pas l’Ebola uniquement sous l’angle de l’intervention d’urgence.»

Les communautés touchées par la maladie au Liberia, en Guinée et en Sierra Leone ont été dévastées et le tissu social est en train de se désintégrer, a-t-elle expliqué. «Les pays qui sont confrontés à l’épidémie sortent tout juste d’une période de conflit civil.»

Vidéos liées à la riposte œcuménique à l’Ebola (en anglais)
Les Églises et les agences de l’ONU mettent au point des ripostes à l’épidémie d’Ebola (Communiqué de presse du COE du 1er octobre 2014)
Travail du COE sur le thème de «santé et guérison»

http://www.oikoumene.org/fr/press-centre/news/un-and-church-leaders-agree-m…



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 11 Déc - 01:15 (2014)    Sujet du message: EBOLA CONTINUE DE SE PROPAGER : PLUS DE 6000 MORTS Répondre en citant

EBOLA CONTINUE DE SE PROPAGER : PLUS DE 6000 MORTS

On ne peut certes se fier à ce que David Nabarro nous rapporte, mais regardons ce qu'il nous dit sur cette épidémie contrôlée, qui a pour but d'amener la grande vaccination qui fera des milliers de morts. Regardez de plus près les campagnes de vaccinations qu'il y a eu, dans ces contrées, peu de temps avant.

Publié par wikistrike.com sur 9 Décembre 2014, 19:09pm

Catégories : #Santé - psychologie

http://www.wikistrike.com/tag/sante%20-%20psychologie/


La fièvre hémorragique Ebola continue de se propager rapidement dans l'ouest de la Sierra Leone ainsi que dans les zones forestières de Guinée, a déclaré aujourd'hui un responsable des Nations unies

Pour David Nabarro, émissaire spécial du secrétaire général de l'Onu pour l'épidémie de fièvre Ebola, il faut davantage de professionnels de santé étrangers sur le terrain pour lutter contre la maladie, notamment en Sierra Leone où les centres de soins sont encore en phase d'ouverture et ont besoin de personnel qualifié. 

Selon le dernier bilan fourni lundi par l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), l'épidémie de fièvre Ebola qui s'est déclaré en mars en Afrique de l'Ouest a fait 6.331 morts dans les trois pays les plus touchés - Liberia, Guinée et Sierra Leone. 

Le Docteur David Nabarro, responsable de la lutte contre Ebola pour l'ONU, s'est néanmoins déclaré "raisonnablement positif" au sujet de la lutte contre l'épidémie. "Des milliers de personnes sont désormais engagées dans la réponse et sont bien coordonnées". Il a ainsi insisté sur l'engagement des communautés locales, une priorité et une nécessité pour mieux contenir cette épidémie.


http://www.wikistrike.com/2014/12/ebola-continue-de-se-propager-plus-de-6000-morts.html


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MessagePosté le: Lun 15 Déc - 03:07 (2014)    Sujet du message: EBOLA CRISIS: VACCINE TRIAL IN GENEVA HALTED TEMPORARILY AFTER VOLUNTEERS COMPLAIN OF JOINT PAINS Répondre en citant

EBOLA CRISIS: VACCINE TRIAL IN GENEVA HALTED TEMPORARILY AFTER VOLUNTEERS COMPLAIN OF JOINT PAINS

Updated Thu at 9:44pmThu 11 Dec 2014, 9:44pm

 

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-12-12/gsk-experimental-ebola-vaccine/596215…Photo: Researchers are rushing to develop Ebola vaccines. (Reuters: Steve Parsons/pool)

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A clinical trial of an Ebola vaccine has been temporarily halted as a precautionary measure after four patients complained of joint pains, the University of Geneva Hospital says.

"They are all fine and being monitored regularly by the medical team leading the study," it said in a statement.

The trials will resume on January 5, on up to 15 volunteers, after checks to ensure that the joint pain symptoms in hands and feet were "benign and temporary", the hospital said.

The trials of the experimental vaccine, developed by Merck and NewLink, began on November 10 and have involved 59 volunteers.

Scientists are racing to develop Ebola vaccines after the world's worst outbreak of the virus has killed more than 6,000 people in West Africa so far this year.

Separately, safety data from a trial of a GlaxoSmithKline Ebola vaccine on 120 volunteers was "satisfactory", the University of Lausanne Hospital said.
The first results of the Lausanne hospital's trial of the GSK vaccine and whether it provided immunity against the virus were expected by the end of December, the university said in a statement.

"The safety data looked satisfactory so far," Professor Blaise Genton, who is leading the GSK trial in Lausanne, said.
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This precaution of momentarily suspending the trial is usual and classic in all clinical trials.

University of Geneva Hospital research team



"General symptoms such as fever might be slightly more frequent, though no serious adverse event has been observed so far."

Scientists reported on November 26 in the New England Journal of Medicine that another version of the experimental GSK vaccine caused no serious side effects and produced an immune response in all 20 healthy volunteers who received it in an early-stage trial.

The Geneva researchers reported on December 2 that the first people vaccinated with the Merck-NewLink shot had seen no serious side effects, but a few had mild fever.

On Thursday, the team said that four patients had reported joint pains in the second week that had lasted a few days.

Before it was suspended, this first phase of the trial had been due to continue for another week.

"The Geneva team has decided to allow time to understand what is happening," the team said.

"This precaution of momentarily suspending the trial is usual and classic in all clinical trials."

It was in close contact with researchers in the United States, Germany, Canada and Gabon, who are carrying out the same trial on the Merck-NewLink vaccine, it said.

"These centres have not observed symptoms of inflammation in their volunteers to date."

Marie-Paule Kieny, vaccine expert at the World Health Organisation, said that the delay to the Merck-NewLink trial would allow time to see how widespread the problems were, but the trial should then be able to continue as originally planned.

"It's not a setback, not at all," she said.

The Global Alliance for Vaccination and Immunisation announced it had committed up to $360 million dollars to buy Ebola vaccines.

The alliance said it was ready to begin procurement as soon as the World Health Organisation recommended one for use.
More on this story: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-12-12/switzerland-ebola-vaccine-trial-halted-after-joint-pains/5962134


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WASHINGTON DC FORUM : THE THREAT OF EBOLA

Washington DC Forum: Religion, Faith, and International Security

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Written by Dr. William Selig, Deputy Director, UPF Office of Peace and Security Affairs, Washington, DC, USA

Wednesday, November 19, 2014





Washington DC, USA - The Office of Peace and Security Affairs (OPSA) forum held Nov. 19, 2014 on “Understanding the Global Threat of Ebola” was co-partnered with Seraphim Global, an international organization providing relief and medical assistance to vulnerable populations around the world. Dr. George Contis, medical doctor and president of that organization, served as moderator. The speakers and participants agreed that a multi-pronged approach including economic aid, military support, and humanitarian relief is urgently needed to deal with this disease that has already claimed the lives of over 5,100 people and caused enormous economic damage to the affected nations: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and most recently, Mali.

While Ebola is an actual threat in Africa, the more pressing concern in the U.S. is the fear and paranoia that surrounds the disease. In a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll, two thirds of those queried said they're concerned about an epidemic in America. Liberia's Ambassador to the U.S., Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, is “cautiously optimistic” that his country is turning the tide against the virus. No family or aspect of community life in Liberia has been untouched by this dreadful disease. Due to the closed borders, and families abandoning their farms -- the price of food and all commodities has risen. The Liberian government is not equipped to deal with a crisis of this magnitude. In responding to this regional and global emergency, the general public needs to be educated about the virus and how it spreads. In addition to the health officials, Ambassador Sulunteh called on the religious and faith leaders, as trusted and credible authorities, to reach out to their congregations to remove people’s fears and misconceptions about the virus.

As news coverage about Ebola continues to dominate the media, Dr. Fred Bemak, Professor in the Counseling and Development Program at George Mason University, described the psychological impact causing fear and anxiety, and “creating an atmosphere where rationality disappears and irrationality prevails. ”Stigmatization surrounds Ebola not dissimilar to polio and HIV/AIDS according to Dr. Joxel Garcia, Medical Director for the District of Columbia Department of Health, who expressed concerns that ignorance about Ebola is causing people to stigmatize the city’s African population. The panelists concluded that the best defense strategy against this modern plague is a multi-pronged strategy centered on updated and accurate education in culturally relevant ways and adherence to the protocols recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Read interviews in The Washington Times with Amb. Jeremiah C. Sulunteh and Dr. Joxel Garcia.
For the text of Amb. Sulunteh's remarks, click here.
For remarks submitted by Hon. Roger Williams, Member, U.S. Congress, click here.

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On behalf of the Office of Peace and Security Affairs (OPSA) of UPF International, the host, Dr. Antonio Betancourt welcomed the speakers and the 40 participants. "The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history has, to date, infected more than 14,000 people and the numbers continue to rise," he said, and quoting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, "Ebola will be beaten through a resolute and coordinated effort. We have initial evidence to prove that this can happen. But we must speed up efforts to first get the viris under control and then bring it to an end. Now is no time to let down our guard. We must keep fighting the fire until the last ember is out."

Our moderator, Dr. George Contis, a Board Certified Pediatrician and Public Health Physician, welcomed the participants and gave background on the Ebola crisis. “The early media reports produced even far greater fear among people in the developing and the developed world. In many ways, this near panic reaction resembled that experience during the Black Death epidemics of the 7th, 12th, and early 20th centuries.”

He praised organizations such as the Doctors Without Borders and the International Medical Corps for responding quickly “with health personnel who volunteered to work in local health facilities despite the threat that they could contract the disease.”

Eight months after the epidemic began and much less mention in the press, Dr. Contis asked: “What happened to the epidemic that was supposed to reach 100,000 persons and kill 70,000? What went right and what went wrong about our understanding of the nature of the epidemic, how it spread, and the requirements to contain the epidemic?”

Keynote speaker, The Honorable Jeremiah Sulunteh, Ambassador of Liberia to the U.S., spoke on “The Impact of Ebola in Liberia and Its Post Recovery Challenges.” Expressing his gratitude to the UPF, The Washington Times and Seraphim Global, he thanked the United States for sending the medical, military and civilian personnel to build 17 100-bed hospital facilities and “to strengthen the health infrastructure in Liberia.”

As the diplomatic representative to the United States, he takes very seriously his role to assure the American people that Liberia will not become dependent on America, but he asked that the “private sector not lose faith in our ability to be investment worthy.”

He pointed out that prior to the outbreak of Ebola “there were only 15 medical doctors in Liberia, a few dentists and one psychiatrist for the entire population of 4.1 million people.” Liberia was also suffering from the 14 year civil war which devastated its infrastructure, “claimed the lives of more than 250,000 people, and displaced more than 1 million citizens.” When the virus struck Liberia, he said, the system was simply overwhelmed.

Although there has been a recent decline in the outbreak of new cases, the ambassador cautioned, “much more is needed to be done to eradicate the virus.” An accelerated international response is needed to eliminate Ebola “to rebuild our health infrastructure, provide critical supplies and health services (including the development of a vaccine), and equally important, investing in Liberia will ensure economic stability and security to West Africa.”

The Ambassador spoke passionately: “We are not asking you to feel sorry for Liberia or to view it as a ‘basket case.’ We’re asking you to believe in Liberia and value its history as an important U.S. ally. We are asking you to realize that unless the Ebola virus gets under control, the country is vulnerable for violence and discontent, and if that effect occurs, the country is destined for generations of poverty and will be ripe for crisis.”

Dr. Walter Faggett, retired Medical Director of the DC Department of Health, and member of the Liberian Steering Committee to End Ebola (other members of the Committee in attendance included: Dr. John Wulu, Barbara Ferguson Kamara, and Maria Wallace), asked everyone for a moment of silence in honor of the more than 5,400 who have died from the virus and for the valiant providers who continue to risk their lives as did Dr. Martin Salia on knowing the possibility of lethal infection.”

Dr. Faggett expressed his appreciation to the Liberian ambassador for his “outstanding leadership and direction to our steering committee,” and all the efforts to mobilize resources “to rebuild the infrastructure, heal the need, completely eradicate the Ebola virus, and assist the Liberian government to fulfill the full potential of this very resilient country.”

He praised Dr. Garcia, Medical Director for the DC Department of Health in dealing with the crisis locally in the tri-state area (VA, MD, DC) and in developing infection control protocols for the regional hospitals in coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Dr. Faggett credited Dr. Garcia’s leadership for the absence of fear in the community when a patient with a fever who had recently returned from West Africa was brought to Howard University and tested for Ebola. It turned out to be malaria but it was thanks to the protocols in place that panic was avoided.

Dr. Joxel Garcia, Director for the District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH), spoke about the fear factor and stigmatizing people who come from Africa. He said members of the public have posed odd questions and expressed outsized fears about transmission, and gave the example of taxi drivers who may be originally from Africa. “When they read the name, they come out of the taxi,” he said.

In another instance, someone asked what to do about two Africans on his swim team. In light of Ebola, his wife would not let him into the bedroom until he quit the swim team, or until the two team members quit. Neither member was from the region affected by Ebola. In yet another instance, a patient asked not to see a doctor after learning she was from Africa.

“The lack of understanding of the world map and the African map is really dramatic,” he said. There is also a lack of understanding about the disease. When he was in medical school, “we only had a single paragraph about Ebola in the medical text, Harrison’s….We used to call it hemorrhagic fever…but now we know far more about the disease and that it originates from a fruit bat.”

Dr. Garcia gave further background on the medical aspects as well as the protocols that have been developed in America. Anyone flying to the U.S. from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa must enter through one of five airports screening for the disease—Kennedy International in New York, Newark Liberty International, Washington Dulles International, O’Hare International in Chicago, and Hartsfield-Jackson International in Atlanta.

The local health care facilities are working in coordination with national and international agencies. “Integrity is extremely important. We have to protect all healthcare providers.” The lead agency in the district is the D.C. Department of Health. Weekly webinars are held with counterparts across the nation to develop best practices.

“There is a protocol for travelers to the U.S. who are arriving from the hot zones (Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea). They are given an Ebola CARE Kit which contains tools to help them do daily health checks for the next 21 days, including a welcome letter, information, and a thermometer.”

He said they are sensitive to fears surrounding this disease and are careful not “to create any kind of stigmatization.” A simple diagnostic test solution for suspected Ebola patients has been developed that gives results in just 90 minutes. The D.C. Department of Health (DOH) is working at the hospital level, public schools, and community health. “We have a plan of action for humans and also for pets.” He concluded his remarks by emphasizing the importance of education, communication, and to combat the problem of stigmatization. (DOH website: http://doh.dc.gov/page/ebola-questions-and-answers)

Dr. Faggett added emphasis to the point about decreasing the stigmatization. He praised Doctors Without Borders, “who have taken away the walls from their facilities and now families can really talk with some of their loved ones through the fences.” He and Dr. Garcia believe this kind of approach has the effect of bringing down the psychological walls that isolate and dehumanize those affected by Ebola.

Dr. Fred Bemak, Professor in the Counseling and Development Program at George Mason University, spoke on the “Psychosocial Implications of Ebola.” He said, “The history of misunderstanding and panic and fear is hundreds of years old. The real first hit at this came back with the bubonic plague in the 1300s when people were really in a lot of trauma and a lot of fear and a lot of misinformation. The current reaction to Ebola is much more related to the last half of the 20th century where we have dealt with polio and HIV-AIDS. People couldn’t get health insurance if there was polio or HIV in their family history.”

There is a lot of fear associated with Ebola. “When we hear the symptoms (bleeding of the eyes, nose, rectum, ears), it’s very scary for people. It starts to generate fear and concern that spreads very, very quickly. People feel helpless. Out of control. This leads to a sense of mass hysteria and overreaction.”

Dr. Bemak related several examples, including a Harvard Medical School professor who said, “it’s totally ridiculous that we’re closing all the schools. It’s very difficult to catch Ebola. People need to step back and look at the actual facts.” We have the capacity to use rationality to prevent hysteric reactions. Another example occurred in Mississippi, when “parents pulled children out of middle school after learning that the principal had recently visited southern Africa…A school board in North Carolina recently voted that an assistant school principal be required to work from home for 21 days because he had recently returned from South Africa.”

Dr. Bemak said that the CDC was fielding “over 800 calls a day with false alarms after the first infection in Dallas. Before that they received 50 calls a day.” All of this is “very irrational.” Ebola is promoting mass hypochondria in the country,” he said. The possibility of contracting the disease is extremely low. There is a far higher probability of “catching the flu, being in a boating accident, getting hurt on your lawnmower, or falling off a cliff.”

The media, and he singled out CNN, increases the sense of anxiety. “We take cues from the media who present the news to us and talk about issues. We see that the experts on TV are concerned and very nervous about what’s going to happen. It gives us messages that we should also be afraid and that’s filtered through to us in the media. Because Ebola has been a long-running story it has needed to become more sensational to keep the story going, rather than say the same thing every night. This sensationalism spills over to this mass hysteria.” Social media is also an important influence. “There were 10 million tweets about Ebola in a three-week period according to one story. …Those numbers continue to go up.”

Dr. Bemak also noted the “historical mistrust in many communities in the U.S. of the medical system” because of past violations by the medical community. There is also a “cultural mistrust of the medical system and government officials that continues to exist,” and which blocks people behaving rationally about this issue.

Quoting the ambassador who said there was only one psychiatrist for over four million people, Dr. Bemak said the Ebola virus has had a devastating impact on families and the society. It’s imperative “to grasp what it means psychologically to people and the families when we know that people are in quarantine and psychological isolation. Oftentimes, people become traumatized. We also know that somebody who becomes infected with Ebola loses all their personal property and belongings. Everything is destroyed. It’s like having a fire where everything is wiped out. Everything is gone. This is very serious psychologically. Add to this the social stigma and there is serious need for counseling.”

In a study done in Sierra Leone, 76% of the households said they would not welcome back to the community someone who was infected and survived for fear that they might get infected. He recommends “to keep connected with our social networks. Talking with others about the issues and concerns. Sharing is a very powerful means to decrease the panic.”
Charles L. Owens, Director, Strategic Communication, Leonie Industries, LLC, spoke on “The Need for a West African Media Outreach Campaign.” The Ebola virus has ravaged many of the communities in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Many organizations have made strides in the fight against the Ebola virus, however, few organizations have made an effort to better coordinate and align the many messages that currently exist in the media space across the continuum of strategic communication domains, including public diplomacy, public relations and capacity building.

Leonie Industries, LLC (Leonie), along with its partner Think Africa Solutions, presented their proposal for an Ebola Media Outreach Campaign which will educate the people and governments of the countries in West Africa most affected by the Ebola virus outbreak. Through effective communication outreach strategies and services, the people will be better informed about Ebola virus prevention and precautionary steps, care for those infected with the virus, proven medical treatment solutions and other locally focused social and economic issues.

“Strategic communication is the synchronization of actions, images and words to achieve a desired effect.” Mr. Owens emphasized the importance “to understand the language and history of the people…cultural sensitivities.” The worst thing that can be done, he said, is “to go with the right message but have the wrong spokesman.” It’s important “to use local people of influence to inspire the audience to take action.” This is the value of strategic communication. “It will act as a force multiplier for scientific and government efforts and better enable any organization to effectively disseminate messages in multicultural societies.”

Cynthia Turner, Executive Director and a founding member of SeraphimGLOBAL, referenced Congressman Roger Williams (R-TX), who was unable to attend due to a last minute vote on Capitol Hill. Ms. Turner informed the audience that Congressman Williams has been responsible for Operation Onward Liberty, which is a U.S. Departments of State and Defense initiative to support the government of Liberia. The Congressman has been one of the people on the Hill who is committed to providing resolution and hope and healing to West Africa. Operation Onward Liberty will provide both construction and medical military personnel throughout the region. Speaking on behalf of Congressman Williams, Ms. Turner said he wanted everyone “to know that the U.S. remains committed in our military sector and particularly committed to work in partnership with Liberia and West Africa to resolve this devastating crisis.”

Dr. William Selig, Deputy Director, Office of Peace and Security Affairs asked the Ambassador about the role of religion and the faith leaders in dealing with the Ebola crisis?
The Liberian ambassador said the majority of Liberia’s population are Christian, about 10% are Muslim, and less than 0.5% practice the traditional indigenous faith. “The religious leaders including the traditional leaders realized early on that we are partners in this crisis and that their role in disseminating information and talking to their congregations is critical. He said that religious leaders are recognized as truthful, so that the people accept their authority. In some ways, the ambassador said, “the religious leaders have even more credibility than some of the government leaders.”

Dr. Contis said that during the time of the Black Death, most people fled from the cities into the countryside, and the ones who stayed were the religious leaders and the doctors. They felt called to stay and do their job, consequently they suffered a higher incidence of death. He expressed a sense of admiration for these two professions.

Maria Wallace of Doctors On Call and the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME), shared with the audience about a project of the AME to raise funds to place sanitation kits in the homes of the most at-risk families in West Africa. Each kit costs $42 and contains a plastic bucket, a gallon of chlorine bleach, water purification tablets, rubber gloves, and soap.

Dr. John Wulu, Chief Statistician at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and a member of the Liberian Steering Committee to End Ebola, spoke about the historical ties between the U.S. and Liberia. “Liberia was the very first independent country in Africa, and has stood as a successful example for the rest of the continent.” He called on “all of Africa and all the globe to be involved in the fight against Ebola and the transmission of it. And to make sure that those countries get back into the fold of civilization. We must continue to assist the young children, the youth of those countries, particularly their educational needs. Early education is so gravely important. I’m saying to this panel and others in the audience that we need to keep in mind that it’s Liberia today, but it could be any other country tomorrow.”

Dr. Antonio Betancourt, Director, Office of Peace and Security Affairs, UPF-Washington, DC, and host for the forum, said, “The job of the UPF is to work towards cultural reconciliation with the final goal to establish a society characterized by Interdependence, Mutual Prosperity, and Universally Shared Values. This is the society that we envision. It is the vision of a society that the late Rev. Moon, the founder of UPF taught us. It is possible to create, but to do that, we need to act out of love and compassion, not out of fear, live for the sake of others, and to be our sisters and brothers keeper."
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ATTENDEES:
HOST: Dr. Antonio Betancourt, Director, Office of Peace and Security Affairs, UPF International-DC Office
MODERATOR: Dr. George Contis, President, Medical Service Corporation International (MSCI), and Founder, SeraphimGLOBAL
SPEAKERS:
Keynote Speaker
The Honorable Jeremiah Sulunteh, Ambassador of Liberia
Dr. Joxel Garcia, Medical Director for the District of Columbia Department of Health
Walter Fagget, MD, National Medical Association; Member, Liberia Steering Committee to End Ebola
Former Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, District of Columbia
Fred Bemak, Ph.D, Psychologist, Director - Psychosocial Services, SeraphimGLOBAL,
Professor, George Mason University
Charles L. Owens, Director, Strategic Communication, Leonie Industries, LLC
PARTICIPANTS:
Mr. George Achimbi, T & N Reliable Nursing Care
Barbara Amaya, Serpahim Global
Dr. Ray Brogan, Kaplan University
Dr. Thomas Calhoun, Qualis Health, DC
Winifred Carson-Smith, Doctors First
John Crump, National Bar Association
Davina Durgana, Seraphim Global
Prof. Diane Falk
Barbara Ferguson Kamara, D.C. Dept of Human Services (retired)
Jeffrey Gibbs, U.S. Department of State
Harriet Henry, Prince George’s County Food Equity Council
Katrina Johnson, Youngevity/Soul Purpose
Shane Keane, Leonie Industries, LLC
Scott Kreller, Leonie Industries, LLC
Lais Lacerda, Seraphim Global
Min. Chi Mauuso, Afrikan Women’s Networking Group
Erickson Miller, Office of Senator Brian Schatz
Eillen Qigley, Medical Service Corporation International
William Reed, Black Press International
Christopher Shorter, D.C. Department of Health
Dr. Adrian Taylor, Think Africa Solutions, LLC
Dr. Hannah Thomas, DiCon Consulting
Cynthia Turner, Medical Service Corporation International
Mary Utermohlen, Diplomatic Courier magazine
Maria Wallace, Doctors On Call
Vickie Ward, Embassy of Liberia
Elliot Wolff, Advantage Healthplan Inc.
Dr. John Wulu, University of Maryland University College

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Déc - 04:39 (2014)    Sujet du message: BAN KI-MOON SUR L'EPIDEMIE D'EBOLA - CONFERENCE DE PRESSE DE FIN D'ANNEE (17 DECEMBRE 2014) / BAN KI-MOON ON EBOLA - YEAR-END PRESS CONFERENCE (17 DECEMBER 2014) Répondre en citant

BAN KI-MOON SUR L'EPIDEMIE D'EBOLA - CONFERENCE DE PRESSE DE FIN D'ANNEE (17 DECEMBRE 2014)



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BAN KI-MOON ON EBOLA - YEAR-END PRESS CONFERENCE (17 DECEMBER 2014)



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MessagePosté le: Dim 21 Déc - 04:32 (2014)    Sujet du message: EBOLA SERIES 2 Répondre en citant

EBOLA SERIES 2

Ajoutée le 20 oct. 2014

I received confirmation of some of my suspicions on the US West African BIO Weapons Labs and the true reason for US and UK Military deployments there. The US sent the 101st Airborne!!!! They are seizing land, that is what a force like this does. Youtube would not let me load all the email I refer to, so here are some excerpts:
"I mentioned in my videos and here that the doctors in those countries are accusing the west's research labs in using the vaccine program to infect the people with the weaponized ebola virus, and have asked them to leave. In response, the US and UK sent troops, not to help in trying to treat the disease, but to force the labs to stay in those countries, they are not there to "combat" the virus, but to ensure its continued mutations, and to secure the resources of those countries against the Chinese (of course, the troops do not realize this)."

"Treatment is nothing more right now than life support; administering fluids to keep up hydration (trying to keep up blood pressure) and flushing the body, blood transfusions, and treating secondary bacterial infections. The mortality rate, even with treatment, is 50%-90%."

"Since water is so important for everyday use AND TREATING THE SYMPTOMS OF EBOLA, get a portable absolute 2 micron water filtration right away, and if you can get a fluoride filter for it, do that as well. Pro Pure has a table top gravity feed system that can be taken to the field (NO, I DO NOT HAVE STOCK IN THE COMPANY!!). ADD IODINE OR CHLORINE TO THE INTAKE TANK TO KILL VIRUSES, THE FILTER WILL REMOVE THE CHEMICAL. DO EVERYTHING YOU CAN TO STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEMS."

"BLAMING OBAMA IS SILLY! HE IS JUST THE LATEST FRONT MAN. Bush and all the others are just as culpable and knew they were (and will continue) pushing the agendas of those who want your destruction. The ballot is worthless!!!!!! PERIOD!!!!!!! "



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EBOLA SERIES 3

Ajoutée le 28 oct. 2014

An update on events with ebola. The alternative media seems to be responsibly reporting what is going on, even tapping into professional sources like Dr. Boyle and medical doctors who are either openly or anonymously giving information. This ebola is capable of bonding (in some way I cannot explain, but the MDs call it something like a "glue" gene") to other viruses like the flu and common cold. So far, it mainly targets Negroes, with other races getting more minor symptoms if they get it at all. I am specific about "NEGROES" and not being PC about it because the issue is so important about this initial target group as they were with HIV and other tests on bioweapons and vaccines. Sorry, the truth is just that, no excuses. I saw a comment about studies on colloidal silver. I hesitate to offer any definitive advice on preventative measures for supposed cures for a number of reasons. Other than mentioning the common sense approaches, anything more I ask you to go to places like Natural News, or other informed health sites that can speak authoritatively.



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EBOLA HOAX : THE LIEBERIA PSY OP - LIBERIANS FORCIBLY QUARANTINED! MUST SEE!

EboLIE is REAL - PROTECT YOURSELVES!!!!!

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My mom is in sierra leone treating Ebola patients as we sit here. She updates our family on facebook every few days. I know the green campaign is blowing it out of proportion, but it's fkn real. She's had dozens test positive in a few days time. She'll be there for 5 more weeks. 



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EBOLA CZAR RON KLAIN : "CDC A NATIONAL TREASURE... AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD BE VERY PROUD"

Sure, we should be very proud about your evil agenda to destroy all humans on this planet.



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EBOLA: TESTS AVEC DES DIZAINES DE MILLIERS DE PERSONNES (OMS)

Les tests cliniques sur plusieurs dizaines de milliers de personnes de deux vaccins potentiels contre la fièvre hémorragique Ebola vont commencer dés la fin janvier dans les zones contaminées d'Afrique de l'Ouest, a annoncé vendredi l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS)



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L'EGLISE CATHOLIQUE SE MOBILISE CONTRE LE VIRUS EBOLA

Le signal... préparez-vous! Le destructeur utilisant une autre arme pour rassembler le monde entier sous l'Empire de Rome.

Réponse pastorale de "Justice et Paix"

Rome, 8 janvier 2015 (Zenit.org) Marina Droujinina 


L’Église catholique se mobilise contre le virus Ebola en prenant des mesures concrètes dans les régions touchées par la maladie, avec une contribution financière de 3 millions d'euro, annonce le communiqué du Conseil pontifical Justice et Paix.

Le dicastère romain publie en effet un document intitulé: Renforcer l'engagement de l'Église catholique dans la réponse d'urgence Ebolaen date du 7 janvier 2015.

Etant donné la situation d’urgence, « le Saint-Siège offre une contribution financière » pour aider « nos frères et sœurs qui souffrent grandement ».

Les sommes offertes par le Saint-Siège seront utilisées pour l'achat de fournitures médicales de première nécessité, pour le transport des malades, pour aider les familles des malades et les orphelins.

Le Saint-Siège rend hommage aux Eglises locales de Guinée, Liberia et Sierra Leone pour leur réponse généreuse à l'épidémie.

Le Saint-Siège considère la paroisse locale comme « une institution de base importante dans la lutte contre les conséquences causées par le virus Ebola ». Pour Justice et Paix, la sensibilisation de la population et sa formation pédagogique devraient se faire au niveau de la paroisse.

Le document cite l’exhortation apostolique du pape François Evangelii Gaudium rappelant que « la paroisse est la présence ecclésiale sur le territoire, lieu de l’écoute de la Parole, de la croissance de la vie chrétienne, du dialogue, de l’annonce, de la charité généreuse, de l’adoration et de la célébration ».

Pour le Saint-Siège, la paroisse devrait être perçue dans les communautés locales « en tant qu'institution fiable », un endroit où l’on trouve de « l'information directe, objective et crédible ».

Selon le communiqué, « pour la première fois », le document offre une réponse pastorale « à une maladie relativement nouvelle qui a dévasté les individus, les familles et même les communautés ».

Bien que les règlements de santé publique puissent empêcher le ministre pastoral d’avoir un contact direct avec des patients touchés par Ebola, « nous ne devrions pas éviter le contact avec ces personnes », ajoute le document.

En réponse au défi du virus, le rôle de l'Église est « de préserver et de favoriser l’espérance au lieu de la peur et de l'abandon ».

( 8 janvier 2015) © Innovative Media Inc.

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GENETICALLY MODIFIED CATTLE WITH HUMAN DNA MIGHT HOLD EBOLA CURE

Just an other lie from the pit of Hell to corrupt the human seed, the good seed.

By Maggie Fox

In a farm outside Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a herd of cloned, genetically engineered cattle are busy incubating antibodies against the Ebola virus.


Researchers hope the cattle - which certainly don't look like anything special - will produce gallons of blood plasma that could be used to treat people with the deadly virus, which has infected more than 21,000 people in West Africa and killed 8,500 of them.

"These animals produce very high levels of human antibody," said Eddie Sullivan, president and CEO of SAb Biotherapeutics, the company that developed the cattle.

The cattle have been genetically engineered with human DNA so that their bodies don't produce cattle antibodies but human antibodies. They're cloned to make a herd of genetically identical, part-human animals.

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"These animals produce very high levels of human antibody."



Then they are vaccinated against various deadly diseases such as Ebola. Their bodies produce antibodies in response to these vaccines, and the hope is these antibodies can be used to treat people with the diseases.

The approach is similar to the idea behind transfusing plasma from Ebola survivors into patients. No one knows if it is actually helping, but experiments are under way in Liberia and at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to see if the blood of survivors might kick-start the immune response in a patient.

When a person or animal is infected, the body produces antibodies and immune cells to fight the invading germs. The human immune system is especially advanced and can produce both antibodies and immune cells called T-cells that "remember" a previous infection and can often prevent a second infection by the same germ.

Many Ebola patients have been transfused with either whole blood or serum, which has the red blood cells removed. No one knows if it has helped but doctors hope it does.

Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly has to date given more than a gallon of his own blood plasma for such treatments.

Using cattle might make the project larger-scale. "From these animals, we can collect 30 to 60 liters of plasma each month," Sullivan told NBC News. "That translates into something between 500 to 1,000 human doses per month per animal."

The company, working in partnership with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), has been testing the approach against hantavirus, a rare killer virus that causes regular outbreaks, including one that killed three campers at Yosemite National Park in 2012.

Experiments using an Ebola vaccine were fast-tracked when the epidemic broke out in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea last year.

"It's not a given that this is going to work for Ebola," said Connie Schmaljohn, a senior research scientist at USAMRIID who's working on both the hantavirus and Ebola projects.

First, the cattle are vaccinated against Ebola, using what's called a DNA vaccine. Then, plasma is removed and the antibodies taken out of the plasma. The antibodies - which are identical to human antibodies - are shipped to USAMRIID labs in Fort Detrick, Maryland for testing.

There, a team has worked in a level 4 biosafety lab - the highest level of biosecurity - to first infect mice with Ebola virus, then dose them with antibodies.

"The first mouse studies have shown we can protect mice one day after they been infected but not two days after they have been infected with a single dose," Schmaljohn told NBC News. Now, the team is giving the mice a dose a day to see if that helps.

"Ebola is a much tougher virus to protect against than hantaviruses are," Schmaljohn said. "It is a faster replicating virus. It is more virulent. It is more lethal to humans." While hantaviruses kill between 5 and 10 percent of victims, Ebola viruses kill 50 to 90 percent.

The next step will be to test the approach in monkeys. But if it works, it could be quickly deployed for testing in people, Schmaljohn says.

"These are fully human antibodies and they can make them under GMP (good manufacturing practice) conditions so they could go right into people," Schmaljohn said.

There are many questions about the approach. It's not even clear if human antibodies from human Ebola survivors help patients. The antibodies produced by vaccination will almost certainly be different - probably more limited in range, Schmaljohn said.

That's because the immune system recognizes various pieces of an invader. These bits and pieces, called antigens, can be numerous, and it's not always clear which is the "best" one for fighting off infection.

"The human convalescent plasma has antibodies against more antigens," Schmaljohn said. "Ours could be better - or it could be not as good."

Plus, the antibodies alone might not be enough. Blood also contains the T-cells and other immune system cells. But the cattle don't produce human blood, so their plasma cannot be transfused into human patients.

Makers of the experimental drug ZMapp have taken a different tack, using three lab-engineered antibodies that specifically target Ebola. ZMapp's been tried in just a handful of people but in tests in monkeys, it's been shown to work well.
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"These animals are very unique, as you can imagine."




The cattle - black and white Holstein-Jersey crossbreeds - are kept on a farm in Iowa, just across the border from Sioux Falls. "Right now we have 50," said Sullivan.

"They are fairly expensive to make. These animals are very unique, as you can imagine."

The technology used to make the cattle dates back to 1998, when cloning techniques were just being perfected for farm animals. Dolly the cloned sheep, the first animal cloned from an adult mammal, was born in 1996.

Only about 10 percent of the cattle embryos survive as calves, so each one is precious.

But their fully human immune systems mean they could be a gold mine for treatments, if the approach works. The company is working to produce antibodies to various strains of influenza, as well as to Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which has infected 948 people and killed at least 349 of them, according to the World Health Organization.

First published January 19th 2015, 11:02 am

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BILL GATES REDOUTE UNE PANDEMIE MONDIALE DE TYPE EBOLA

samedi 31 janvier 2015


Le milliardaire se dit persuadé qu’il serait imprudent de ne pas se préparer à l’apparition de nouveaux virus plus difficile encore qu’Ebola


http://lesmoutonsenrages.fr/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Bill_Gates_speaking_…


Le milliardaire Bill Gates estime que le monde doit tirer les leçons de la bataille contre le virus Ebola pour se préparer à une « guerre » éventuelle contre une maladie mortelle mondiale, avec l’aide des nouvelles technologies.

L’Américain, qui participait mardi à Berlin à une conférence de donateurs de l’organisation Gavi, l’Alliance globale pour les vaccins et l’immunisation, est persuadé qu’il serait imprudent de ne pas se préparer au risque d’une pandémie mondiale.
« Sommes-nous suffisamment prêts ? »
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« Un pathogène encore plus difficile pourrait apparaître : une forme de grippe, de SRAS ou un type de virus que nous n’avons encore jamais vu »



« Un pathogène encore plus difficile (qu’Ebola) pourrait apparaître : une forme de grippe, une forme de SRAS ou un type de virus que nous n’avons encore jamais vu », a-t-il indiqué dans un entretien.

« Nous ne savons pas si cela arrivera mais le risque est suffisamment important pour que l’une des leçons à retenir d’Ebola soit de nous interroger :sommes-nous suffisamment prêts ? C’est comme quand nous nous préparons à la guerre. Nous avons des avions et nous nous exerçons à cela », a-t-il poursuivi.

Selon lui, se préparer pourrait signifier avoir des bénévoles qui soient entraînés à intervenir rapidement en cas d’urgence sanitaire, à l’image des plans conçus dans les pays les plus durement frappés par Ebola, la Guinée, le Liberia et la Sierra Leone qui ont enregistré près de 8.700 morts, selon le dernier bilan de l’OMS.

Source et article complet sur Sud-Ouest

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GETTING TO ZERO : PRESIDENT OBAMA ON THE NEXT PHASE IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA 


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February 11, 2015
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"If you need me, just say the word."

Brett Sedgwick spent much of his recent time traveling to furthest corners of Liberia. He'd go from community to community, supporting teams that helped grieving families bury their loved ones who had perished from the Ebola disease. The safe-burial teams buried them carefully, safely, and respectfully so that they could rest in peace without transmiting the disease to anyone else. 

As a health care worker with Global Communities, Brett reflected the spirit of the 10,000 civilian workers like himself when he said: "If you need me, just say the word." 

"That's a simple but profound statement," the President said today as he reflected on the volunteers who've been essential to the significant progress we've made toward bringing an end to the world's deadliest Ebola outbreak.

"That's who we are -- big-hearted and optimistic, reflecting the can-do spirit of the American people. That's our willingness to help those in need."



President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the progress made to date and the next steps in our response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building South Court Auditorium, Feb. 11, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

Thanks to their commitment and to American leadership in this fight, we have made enormous progress in the last few months and have turned the tide of this epidemic. Thanks to these efforts, the number of new cases is on the decline and, today, the President announced that we will bring the majority of our troops deployed in the region home by April 30.

Thanks to the foundation our military, civilian workers, and countless others around the world have laid, we now can focus on a new goal: Getting to zero -- zero new cases of Ebola. 

"As we transition into a new phase in this fight, make no mistake -- America is as committed as ever, I am as committed as ever to getting to zero," the President said. "And I know we can." 

Here's why we will get to zero: 

We are ramping up our civilian response, bolstering the work of more than 10,000 U.S. government-supported civilians now on the ground in West Africa.



We will continue to train health care workers on top of the 1,500 we've already helped provide safe and direct medical care to Ebola patients.

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AFRICA WANTS A 'MARSHALL PLAN' TO TACKLE EBOLA - EUROPE WEEKLY



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RIPOSTE OECUMENIQUE A EBOLA













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EBOLA: SIERRA LEONE ANNOUNCES 3-DAY LOCKDOWN OF 2.5 MILLION PEOPLE

Are they going door-to-door to vaccine the population?


Despite a small drop in new cases, transmission remains "widespread" in Sierra Leone, according to the World Health Organisation.REUTERS

Sierra Leone will confine around 2.5 million people to their homes across the capital and in the north in a three-day shutdown aimed at stemming the Ebola epidemic, it revealed on 19 March.

"The lockdown will be conducted from March 27 to March 29 and will be like the one we conducted in September last year," said Palo Conteh, head of the country's National Ebola Response Centre.

Sierra Leone has just 0.01 doctors per thousand people. A scarcity of ambulances and health centres has complicated the Ebola response measures.

Meanwhile, health officials say two more American aid workers arrived in the United States on  to be monitored for Ebola.

The two bring to 17 the number of Americans flown back from West Africa's Sierra Leone since Friday for monitoring. None have tested positive.

All are connected to an unidentified American who returned to the U.S. last week after he came down with Ebola. He is in critical condition at a government hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.

The other aid workers are staying near hospitals with special isolation units in Bethesda, Maryland, Atlanta, and Omaha, Nebraska, if they get sick.

However, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokeswoman said two are now considered to be at low risk. They will go home for the 21-day monitoring period.

The epidemic has claimed almost 10,000 lives out of 20,747 known cases worldwide over the past year. Overall, 838 health workers have been infected, killing 495 of them, said WHO.

The West African nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea have been hardest hit in the yearlong Ebola outbreak.

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MessagePosté le: Sam 11 Avr - 04:02 (2015)    Sujet du message: LE PARASITE MEURTRIER QUI MENACE L'ETAT ISLAMIQUE Répondre en citant

LE PARASITE MEURTRIER QUI MENACE L'ETAT ISLAMIQUE

Si ce parasite menace l'Etat islamique, cela veut aussi dire qu'il menace des populations entières, à voir comment ISIS se répand présentement. J'ai vu un film, il n'y a pas si longtemps concernant le virus de la peste qui était délibérémment répandu chez les populations, via le chef de l'armée et de ses soldats qui avaient été contaminés. Le chef, à la fin du film, ouvre son blouson et dit : je suis la mort. Est-ce qu'on assisterait présentement à cette forme de "peste" qui serait transmise aux populations pour hâter le plan de dépopulation? Ebola fait des ravages dans plusieurs pays africains, mais auraient-ils l'intention d'utiliser la leishmaniose comme arme de destruction massive contre les populations de d'autres pays? A suivre de près, mais faites une recherche sur le comment cette maladie a été soignée, à d'autres époques.



Première Guerre mondiale (ici en 1917) ; cas de leishmaniose cutanée fréquent au Moyen-Orient, localement dénommé « Boutons de Jéricho » car fréquents près de la vieille ville de Jéricho
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leishmaniose


https://books.google.fr/books?id=c3-XZUImxRAC&pg=PA77&lpg=PA77&dq=leishmaniose+PESTE&source=bl&ots=S7E6j_qEWx&sig=BLbKUeFfBonE-hDPaBEF518FMDc&hl=fr&sa=X&ei=mn0oVem-KYK6aarVgJgK&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAw

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L'Etat islamique subit une épidémie de leishmaniose, une maladie qui ronge la chair. Ça me rappelle la Bible. #Exode http://t.co/y0XqgL5L2G
— Cyrano de Ragebrac † (@cderagebrac) 9 Avril 2015



L'Etat islamique a un ennemi supplémentaire: la leishmaniose.

Selon certaines sources, des centaines de combattants de Daech auraient contracté cette maladie chronique à manifestation cutanée et/ou viscérale. Elle est due à un parasite microscopique appelé Leishmania infantum.

L'infection est transmise par la piqûre d'un insecte, le phlébotome, qui ressemble à un très petit moustique. Elle peut causer des lésions ulcératives, formant des "cratères" dans la peau et peut même être mortelle dans certains cas. Les conditions hygiéniques désastreuses en Syrie donnent libre champ au parasite. La ville de Raqqa, bastion du groupe terroriste, serait particulièrement touché.

La maladie en forte progression

Médecins Sans Frontières tente tant bien que mal d'endiguer le fléau, mais doit faire face aux réticences de Daech, dont les combattants s'opposent à tout traitement médical. Certains centres médicaux auraient même fermé leurs portes. Les quelques médecins locaux restant n'auraient qu'une connaissance très parcellaire de la maladie.

Entre 3.000 et 5.000 hommes combattent à Raqqa dans les rangs de l'EI. L'OMS a lancé un cri d'alerte récemment pour signaler l'effondrement complet des soins médicaux. La situation sanitaire catastrophique favorise la propagation de la maladie, qui serait en forte progression actuellement. 

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G7 FOREIGN MINISTERS' STATEMENT ON EBOLA 

New York, 25 September 2014

We, the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and the High Representative of the European Union, >express our deepest concern about the unprecedented spread of Ebola in parts of West Africa. We are deeply saddened by the loss of thousands of lives and the suffering the disease is inflicting. We note with regret that there appears to be no standard cure against the Ebola virus yet. We recognize the courageous efforts undertaken by volunteers and health workers in the region. We urge the international community to bring high-quality medical care to Ebola patients including healthcare workers and accelerate development and testing of vaccines and therapies.

We underscore our willingness to provide relief to the countries ravaged by the virus and emphasize our common understanding that Ebola is a common global threat to peace and security. We recall that the G7 has played a leading role in combatting infectious diseases and we express our firm determination to support all necessary efforts to stop the Ebola virus from spreading further and prevent this humanitarian disaster from worsening.

We welcome the leading role of the United Nations and the World Health Organization and the decision to launch the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER). We acknowledge also the response of countries affected by the Ebola outbreak. We underline that the current crisis has a humanitarian as well as a regional security dimension. To address the latter, we look forward to entering into a dialogue with the most affected countries, the neighbouring states and international partners.

We applaud the international assistance coming from the World Bank, the African Union, the African Development Bank, the European Union, non-governmental organizations and private companies, and we urge everyone in the international community – governments and non-state actors alike - to immediately increase its support.

We express our readiness to assist the affected countries in their fight against Ebola as well as their efforts to cope with Ebola-induced challenges such as shortages in the provision of non-Ebola basic healthcare, shortages in food and budgetary constraints.

We underline the necessity to enhance the ability of the countries concerned to fight the disease themselves – i.e. through the provision of medical care and equipment, training of medical personal, and secondment of medical experts as well as the need to assist them in rebuilding their health services.

In this context, we warn that although the spread of Ebola must be contained, affected countries must not be isolated. We underscore that the provision of assistance depends on unhindered access to the countries concerned, and underline that G7 countries with the UN will encourage and maintain air and maritime links with the countries concerned. The G7 call on other countries to follow this practice. In order to facilitate and streamline the transportation of essential goods and equipment, G7 countries support the establishment of regional transportation hubs.

We commend international health care workers working in affected countries for their selfless commitment and brave services, putting their own lives at risk. We agree to provide the best possible care for international health care workers in the event they contract the virus. To this end, G7 countries will coordinate capabilities and resources to help to ensure appropriate treatment locally as well as for airborne medical evacuation and hospitalization of infected international health care workers taking due account of the EU initiative in this field.

We underline the importance of the UN Mission in Liberia and call on all countries to maintain their level of support for the mission.

This crisis requires an urgent and prompt response to control the spread of the virus, but also a long term approach that extends beyond the immediate containment of the disease. Even while we are responding to the immediate Ebola epidemic, we must also act to establish capacity around the world to prevent, detect and rapidly respond to disease threats like Ebola. In order to do so, we support the implementation of the International Health Regulations http://www.who.int/ihr/en/ and the Global Health Security Agenda http://www.globalhealth.gov/global-health-topics/global-health-security/ghsagenda.html.

G7 Africa Directors have already met in New York. They will continue to cooperate closely in all aspects of the Ebola crisis and will reach out to the countries affected.

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CDC ISSUES WARNING TO DOCTORS FOR BUBONIC PLAGUE THERE IS A HEIGHTENED RISK



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Since April 2015, eleven cases of plague have been recorded in the U.S., and three people have died leaving the CDC no other recourse but to issue a warning to alert doctors of potential cases that may arise.

“It is unclear why the number of cases in 2015 is higher than usual,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. Many of the cases are occurring in rural and semi-rural areas in the western United States. The report lists two cases in Arizona, one in California, four in Colorado, one in Georgia, two in New Mexico and one in Oregon. The cases in California and Georgia have been linked to areas in or near Yosemite National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada. Dr. Natalie Kwit of the CDC emphasizes, “We don’t want people to panic but we do want them to be aware of the heightened risk.

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