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"Cases have also been reported in neighbouring countries Liberia and Sierra Leone, and two people from Guinea have been quarantined in Gambia."

Possible spread to another country.
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Good to see soCause it'sme companies care about their employees.

"Global mining giant Vale has removed six international staff from Guinea.

A spokesperson for Vale said that local employees have been given leave from work until there is more accurate information about the risks of the disease."
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I stated earlier that we will have 8 countries and 400+ confirmed infectees by 4/15, according to the epidemiological models I was able to hack together... It looks like I might have come in on the low side, at this point.

GOT PREPS? 'cause it's coming...


biohaz-sign
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Don't forget the orange spray paint!

[link to www.thestate.ae]

When the troops come out house to house to "check up on you", already have the FEMA markings sprayed on your door. Put down "3" in the number dead in the building... and indicate rats are present.

Throwing out a large rotten haunch of beef into the bushes adds a nice olfactory touch for our boys in blue.

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for those needing a new front door.
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I'm going to link an article I wrote in July 2012 about Ebola and certain correlations to other events -
[link to ncrenegade.com]

Thoughts?
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


Wow! I had run across and read that page while doing some research for this thread

Hmmm... My jury is out regarding your point that Ebola outbreaks presage other calamities. Ebola unfolds over weeks and months even. There are no months anymore these days without some world class calamity

Your article mentions 9/11 and the financial implosion of 2008. One took place within a few hours -- suddenly -- while the second slowly unfolded without sudden shock over a period of months

Unless or until we have really solid evidence that Ebola is purposefully cooked up and disseminated, I going to have to say it's just Africa being Africa
 Quoting: goodmockingbird


Well I'm sure you've gathered from my other posts that I believe it is cooked up in a lab...at least sometimes. I know for a fact that they have been working with it at Ft. Deetrick, MD since the 1970s. I also know for a fact that the Ebola-Reston incident in 1989 was directly associated with said military research on Ebola. I believe they purposefully imported primates who had been exposed to Ebola in an effort to develop a vaccine for a laboratory-developed version of the virus (EBOV-Reston).

Why were there no deaths from EBOV-Reston? Because they purposefully "tamed" it, as a precursor to attaching a different biologic profile, which would cause other symptoms.

This rabbit hole of bio-weapons research goes very deep, and some of the purposes for it are rather startling. I.E. causing a large population to test positive for a disease (with a tamed version) while only targeting a small subset (such as the leadership/government) of those people with a dangerous version.

It's the ultimate putsch - "everyone got sick, but only the folks in parliament died... must be an act of God" kind of play.

The key here is avoidance of accountability - TPTB will do anything to avoid accountability for the tyranny they inflict, and especially to avoid being caught in their mistakes, such as the coming financial crash.
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


It would seem that a mass worldwide pandemic would require a more lengthy incubation period for the virus and its current level of lethality.

Genetic data indicates Ebola has been around since the dawn of mankind. The fact our species is still here points to the reality it hasn't suddenly evolved in overall lethality.

That being said, if there is a world pandemic, know full well the genetic structure of Ebola was artificially modified and released.

I like that article trying to tie "terrorists" with large wads of cash trying to find Ebola victims for their purposes. Where do many terrorists get wads of cash? Follow the money, past the cut-outs, and to those in suits.

Remember a scant ten years ago Al Qaeda was the boogeyman. Now we have joined arms with them in toppling Middle-eastern governments. We are giving them truckloads of cash to do our bidding. WTF?

Looks to me they are trying to set up some local organizations for the fall if/when this goes pandemic. "It was those extremists who cooked this up - from their cave!" We've heard that one before.

I don't think it will go worldwide, but there is that chance.
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ashoka ‏@unkyoka 2m

#Ebola now in Bong and Nimba counties, according to MOH in #Liberia. Precautions include washing your hands, no funerals, and OMG LETS GTFO!




****some news from Liberia*********


edit: just adding this, Liberia related.


WHO ‏@WHO 11m

#Liberia reported one of the lab-confirmed #Ebola cases travelled from Foyah to Monrovia, also to Margibi County #AskEbola


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From Mali

Health center Sibiribougou : fear Ebola

Moussa Camara - 04/02/2014

The health center was stirred for most of the day Tuesday, April 1, with information relating to the discovery of suspected cases of Ebola . The film of the day.

The health center Sibiribougou in Commune IV district of Bamako was the attraction of the capital Tuesday. And for good reason : suspected cases of Ebola have been reported there . The center is then quickly attacked by a crowd of onlookers and comments fuse . But what has really happened ? According Mamoudou Keita , President of the Association of Community Health Sebenicoro Kalanbougou Sibiribougou ( ASACOSEKASI ) , it all started on the night of Monday, March 31 to April 1, 2014 . He said he was contacted by the head doctor of the center to inform the arrival of a suspected case of Ebola . This is a young man of 26 years by the name of Soumaïla Togola shoe salesman of his condition. He returned from Koflatié border ente Mali and Guinea . This is the bus station Djicoroni Para, where are stationed health workers, it has been reported to health authorities. After making contacts , the decision is taken. It must be removed at the health center of Sibiribougou .

The choice of health center Sibiribougou says Keita , is explained by the large empty space center capable of isolating the patient. Had not accepted initially, he said, but it convinced us to welcome pending the development of the site of Lassa common IV to receive any cases . " On Tuesday at midnight , the patient arrived at the center where it was isolated . It has at its disposal a mattress , mosquito net and a bucket for his needs. So we took all necessary measures to avoid any contact between him other . "Says our interlocutor.

Vanished ?

How Soumaila Togola is it managed to escape ? On Tuesday morning, the patient called some of his relatives . Thus two men came to the center to bring the sick. The President of the ASACOSEKASI tried to dissuade him. Weary of war , he informed the police of the 9th district who decided to put two police officers at its disposal to monitor the patient. " When I returned with the police , I found that parents Soumaila Togola had taken on board a taxi ," continues Mamoudou Keita , annoyed. In the center of Sibiribougou it is ensured that the police are on the trail of the fugitive . " Contacts have been made with the phone operator Orange to try to locate it. We hope we will catch up soon , "reassures do we .

Meanwhile , the same health center was informed between 10:00 and 11:00 another case checkpoint Sebenicoro which are also posted health workers for the purposes of control. Moments later the alert was given for a third suspect in the bus station Djicioroni Para case . It would be a Adama Keita from the Guinean border . The man of thirty years , according to the health met at the checkpoint to the bus station , suffered from severe diarrhea and vomiting. The decision was made to send all passengers center to be isolated before the arrival of the health authorities. They will remain there until about 17 hours , at which time they will be visited by a team from the National Centre for supporting the fight against the disease ( CNAM) who conducted blood samples . After these samples and the passage of members of the Ministry of Health, all suspected cases were sent to the site of Lassa arranged quickly.

To address all risks, we inform the President of the ASACOSEKASI , Health Centre of reference of the common IV with the help of service agents hygiene cremated all objects used by Soumaila Togola before disinfecting shafts , gear and all around the place of isolation . "For now , we think we have played our part well to avoid any risk of contagion among populations . But I want to clarify that they are not suspects and confirmed cases "cases, said Mamoudou Keita who acknowledges having passed one of the longest days of his life.

[link to www.journaldumali.com]


****Just a note**** When this thread started, on page 1 there was a confirmed/rumored country list. I remember trying to figure out where the virus was in the beginning, so any mention of a country would put it on the list.

I deleted that list, but what's funny is that list is coming true/or was true and it was just a guess on my part,****
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bump For the night owls
 Quoting: IndigoMoon


Do this experiment:

Google "I'm starting to bleed from my eyes and puke black slime. What is wrong with me?"

See if the CDC shows up at your door...
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whatever
Live simply, love generously, care deeply, and speak kindly.
Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass;
It's about learning how to dance in the rain.
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Liberia Update:




MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 32m

Health Minister of Liberia Dr. Walter Gwenigale has announced the death of the lady who travelled from Foya to Monrovia. 7 total deaths now.

MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 28m

Min. Gwenigale: The Ministry of Health needs a total of 1.2 m USD to battle the Ebola sager.


MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 7m

Ebola Update: Most FEVERS (& other strange symptoms) are being cautiously treated as #ebola until proven otherwise.

MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 17m

A (Brown): Guinea initially dismissed cases around the 7th of Feb. as Lassa Fever. 60 people died before Guinea got to know is was #ebola


Odds and Ends

MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 21m

Ebola Upade: The vector for #ebola in Margibi has died. The child of that lady (from Foya) is now seriously sick.

MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 23m

Ebola Upade: a 25yr old man died in Nimba of #Ebola suddenly while being examined by doctors.

MICAT Liberia ‏@MicatLiberia 14m

Ebola: A lady in Foya (who taken from observation by her family) has died. She left d hospital without doctors knowing. Died upon her return

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Get a load of this BULLSHIT:

“The time it takes to travel from rural Guinea to anywhere in the U.S. is more than enough time to incubate the virus and be symptomatic,” said Laurie Garrett, a senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations in New York who has written two books on emerging infectious disease. “Even if you could get on an airplane, you’d be carried out on a gurney.”


[link to www.bloomberg.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5057713


yeah that chick is just playing down the whole affair. 2-21 days anyone? But overall shes been slow to the game, I've followed her for a while, and she only recently start to cover this, mostly from the point of selling her book.

Too many people are trying to do one thing, play down the whole situation. Only time will tell how bad this will get, not some "experts" opinion.
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And completely glossing over the fact it's not limited to rural areas - it's in the capital. The airport is right there!!
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hesrightscrewun2
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Line graph of current outbreak.



IMAGE ( [link to i.imgur.com] )



Ian M Mackay, PhD ‏@MackayIM

#ebola cumulative totals (Guinea+Liberia+SL), cases/day. New version. Still tracking a few numbers but trends there.
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Liberia is getting ready to close boarders with the neighbors.



'Liberia should close her borders with all the three countries which are sharing borders with us - Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast,' said Senator Sando Johnson.

Liberia's lower house of parliament is expected to debate the proposal on Thursday. If passed, it will be sent for approval to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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This outbreak seems to be severely under reported. I'm starting to believe something other than a "normal" outbreak is underway, how could there be this many cases all at once and so wide spread if this gets a hold in Conakry buckle up.
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Liberia is getting ready to close boarders with the neighbors.



'Liberia should close her borders with all the three countries which are sharing borders with us - Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast,' said Senator Sando Johnson.

Liberia's lower house of parliament is expected to debate the proposal on Thursday. If passed, it will be sent for approval to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.


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This outbreak seems to be severely under reported. I'm starting to believe something other than a "normal" outbreak is underway, how could there be this many cases all at once and so wide spread if this gets a hold in Conakry buckle up.
 Quoting: frostback


according to WHO its over.....kind of....

UNMIL ‏@UNMILNews 2h

Approx 400 contacts of known & suspected #Ebola cases are under medical observation. There are no new known chains of infection via @WHO
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you need to come into phyiscal contact with a sick person to catch it..

Sounds pretty easy to avoid if you ask me.

Just stock up the bunker and hunker down for a few months.
Practise makes perfect, if the thing you are practising is perfect to begin with!
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I hope its airborne.

It may be the only chance the human species has.
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To disappear?
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We either cull the herd or breed ourselves into a resource depleted die out.
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Sadly, I believe you're right.
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WE idiot humans do not need to "cull" the herd! Nature will do that for us. All humans do is f&%k more shit up for nature to fix!
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you need to come into phyiscal contact with a sick person to catch it..

Sounds pretty easy to avoid if you ask me.

Just stock up the bunker and hunker down for a few months.
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It is easy when you have the internet, television, cell phones , medical professionals like we have, however in the villages of central and west Africa they don't have any of that, people get sick and there family takes care of them, buries then and take few precautions. In Guinea there are 0.03 hospital beds per 1000 people. Conakry is basically as much of a shit hole as you will find anywhere so I wouldn't be counting on anyone observing even minimal hygienic standards.
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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An Ebola epidemic would keep our minds off the currency reset.

anyway, they have the final resting place about ready
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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I didn't see any articles. This article has made the rounds and is a "joke" I guess.


Ebola virus: the consumption of the recommended onion

An African researcher who is not to reveal the name here told me with conviction that the solution to this would be Ebola onion.

In effect, he must be sick to eat for 3-7 days following recipe: a well crushed or crushed onion, we add a teaspoon of condensed milk and a teaspoon of powdered coffee (Nescafe). Stir the three ingredients and eat the patient.

On those not yet sick to shelter the virus, the same researcher informs me that she must eat every day 1-2 fresh onions.

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]

[link to crofsblogs.typepad.com]
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you need to come into phyiscal contact with a sick person to catch it..

Sounds pretty easy to avoid if you ask me.

Just stock up the bunker and hunker down for a few months.
 Quoting: ThesonofhendriX


Nope. You can catch it from surfaces touched by infected people. Whilst it is certainly easier to avoid catching than an airborne flu-type virus, it isn't easy to avoid, especially if you live in an urban area.

Think about it:
- Public transport
- Shopping
- Money
- Elevators
- Shared computers, phones, ATMs etc. Especially touchscreen things
- Traffic crossing buttons
- Public lavatories
- Swimming pools, changing areas etc.
- Crowds of people with sneezes and coughs

So, yeah, you can take precautions, but if this bad boy gets embedded in highly populated areas then it will be very difficult to stop short of shutting everything down completely.

As far as I understand it the reason that Ebola hasn't been a particular problem thus far is simply that it was, luckily, until now confined to very poor rural areas in Africa, where people mainly travel on foot (or at least very slowly - crappy roads, lack of efficient public transport, lack of private cars). This, coupled with the fact that it is so deadly that it can burn itself out quickly unless it can spread rapidly. I remember hearing several times experts say that if Ebola every made it to the big cities, and more affluent areas - especially to people who travel by air - that we would have a major global problem on our hands.
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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This is what I posted several pages back--


Always has been about money. Sadly.
I've been on this thread since it started. For some reason my ip address always changes. But, I hope that I have contributed well as I posted articles and warnings, etc.

I am now going pro active and researched for the best appropriate and affordable mask. Here is what the CDC has listed-
NIOSH-approved N95 respirators
[link to www.cdc.gov]

And this is what I am buying today;
3M 1860 N95 RESPIRATOR AND SURGICAL MASK/BIRD FLU
$18.89/ 20 PACK
[link to www.amazon.com]

This also showed up while searching for antibiotics;
NutriBiotic - DefensePlus

[link to www.amazon.com]

It is not a true antibiotic, and might not help with Ebola, but they may help with dysentery, cholera, etc. Should things progress that far. Also find some Amoxicillin- go to a farm supply/ feed store.


Hello all, I have now officially joined glp. No longer will my posts have random ip addresses [I hope], and we can continue to have meaningful discussions with my no longer being an AC.

hf

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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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I didn't see any articles. This article has made the rounds and is a "joke" I guess.


Ebola virus: the consumption of the recommended onion

An African researcher who is not to reveal the name here told me with conviction that the solution to this would be Ebola onion.

In effect, he must be sick to eat for 3-7 days following recipe: a well crushed or crushed onion, we add a teaspoon of condensed milk and a teaspoon of powdered coffee (Nescafe). Stir the three ingredients and eat the patient.

On those not yet sick to shelter the virus, the same researcher informs me that she must eat every day 1-2 fresh onions.

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]

[link to crofsblogs.typepad.com]
 Quoting: The Nihilist


lol
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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Forsythia tincture - use just the petals.
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Paweł ‏@Pawixx 33m


@HaertlG @MackayIM Radio Conakry has annouced 40 cases in CKY today, can you comment?


Gregory Härtl ‏@HaertlG 19m

.@MackayIM @Pawixx We haven't heard anything abt these. Our team is meeting MOH soon and we will query. #Ebola @WHO



Wow, if true the numbers will jump.
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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I didn't see any articles. This article has made the rounds and is a "joke" I guess.


Ebola virus: the consumption of the recommended onion

An African researcher who is not to reveal the name here told me with conviction that the solution to this would be Ebola onion.

In effect, he must be sick to eat for 3-7 days following recipe: a well crushed or crushed onion, we add a teaspoon of condensed milk and a teaspoon of powdered coffee (Nescafe). Stir the three ingredients and eat the patient.

On those not yet sick to shelter the virus, the same researcher informs me that she must eat every day 1-2 fresh onions.

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]

thanks, gosh i hate raw onions, lol
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dont dovolit člen určitý bastard nést tebe dole
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you need to come into phyiscal contact with a sick person to catch it..

Sounds pretty easy to avoid if you ask me.

Just stock up the bunker and hunker down for a few months.
 Quoting: ThesonofhendriX


Nope. You can catch it from surfaces touched by infected people. Whilst it is certainly easier to avoid catching than an airborne flu-type virus, it isn't easy to avoid, especially if you live in an urban area.

Think about it:
- Public transport
- Shopping
- Money
- Elevators
- Shared computers, phones, ATMs etc. Especially touchscreen things
- Traffic crossing buttons
- Public lavatories
- Swimming pools, changing areas etc.
- Crowds of people with sneezes and coughs

So, yeah, you can take precautions, but if this bad boy gets embedded in highly populated areas then it will be very difficult to stop short of shutting everything down completely.

As far as I understand it the reason that Ebola hasn't been a particular problem thus far is simply that it was, luckily, until now confined to very poor rural areas in Africa, where people mainly travel on foot (or at least very slowly - crappy roads, lack of efficient public transport, lack of private cars). This, coupled with the fact that it is so deadly that it can burn itself out quickly unless it can spread rapidly. I remember hearing several times experts say that if Ebola every made it to the big cities, and more affluent areas - especially to people who travel by air - that we would have a major global problem on our hands.
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Sneezes and Coughs????

Correct me if im wrong but Ebola is NOT an airborne virus.

Yes or No?
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Also Oregano oil -

[link to www.amazon.com]

Oil of Oregano: A Powerhouse for the Alternative Medicine Cabinet -

[link to www.naturalnews.com]

As I discover more sources I will post them.
Just make sure to have NIOSH N95 masks and eye goggles, very important if you will be near the virus or any suspected contagion.

Stay safe!

hf
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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I didn't see any articles. This article has made the rounds and is a "joke" I guess.


Ebola virus: the consumption of the recommended onion

An African researcher who is not to reveal the name here told me with conviction that the solution to this would be Ebola onion.

In effect, he must be sick to eat for 3-7 days following recipe: a well crushed or crushed onion, we add a teaspoon of condensed milk and a teaspoon of powdered coffee (Nescafe). Stir the three ingredients and eat the patient.

On those not yet sick to shelter the virus, the same researcher informs me that she must eat every day 1-2 fresh onions.

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lol
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The whole patient, or can a few people share?
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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This is what I posted several pages back--


Always has been about money. Sadly.
I've been on this thread since it started. For some reason my ip address always changes. But, I hope that I have contributed well as I posted articles and warnings, etc.

I am now going pro active and researched for the best appropriate and affordable mask. Here is what the CDC has listed-
NIOSH-approved N95 respirators
[link to www.cdc.gov]

And this is what I am buying today;
3M 1860 N95 RESPIRATOR AND SURGICAL MASK/BIRD FLU
$18.89/ 20 PACK
[link to www.amazon.com]

This also showed up while searching for antibiotics;
NutriBiotic - DefensePlus

[link to www.amazon.com]

It is not a true antibiotic, and might not help with Ebola, but they may help with dysentery, cholera, etc. Should things progress that far. Also find some Amoxicillin- go to a farm supply/ feed store.


Hello all, I have now officially joined glp. No longer will my posts have random ip addresses [I hope], and we can continue to have meaningful discussions with my no longer being an AC.

hf

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i bought a poop load of masks during the new swine flu hype ...hell i stocked up on thieves oil and so on as well, lol...ill do some searching & post it. thanks!
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Paweł ‏@Pawixx 33m


@HaertlG @MackayIM Radio Conakry has annouced 40 cases in CKY today, can you comment?


Gregory Härtl ‏@HaertlG 19m

.@MackayIM @Pawixx We haven't heard anything abt these. Our team is meeting MOH soon and we will query. #Ebola @WHO



Wow, if true the numbers will jump.
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Jump from 12 cases to 40...in one day, fuck me! Sounds like that is getting out of hand.
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does anyone know any homeopathic/herbal/natural ways to treat or to keep from getting this crapola?
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Also Oregano oil -

[link to www.amazon.com]

Oil of Oregano: A Powerhouse for the Alternative Medicine Cabinet -

[link to www.naturalnews.com]

As I discover more sources I will post them.
Just make sure to have NIOSH N95 masks and eye goggles, very important if you will be near the virus or any suspected contagion.

Stay safe!

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yep got the oil of o too, i also bought biohazard tape , sticker & fake blood to put outside the house to scare folks that may want to loot my home during a pandemic , lol
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Paweł ‏@Pawixx 33m


@HaertlG @MackayIM Radio Conakry has annouced 40 cases in CKY today, can you comment?


Gregory Härtl ‏@HaertlG 19m

.@MackayIM @Pawixx We haven't heard anything abt these. Our team is meeting MOH soon and we will query. #Ebola @WHO



Wow, if true the numbers will jump.
 Quoting: The Nihilist


Jump from 12 cases to 40...in one day, fuck me! Sounds like that is getting out of hand.
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hesright cattheend

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If the World Health Organisation is truly playing down the extent of the outbreak, then they are stupid. There have only ever been three outbreaks involving more than 200 people, and this is at 122 and continuing. The death rate of 67% is typical of the virus. Everyone needs to take this seriously.

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