Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Ebola Virus... Coming to a Town Near You!

Symptoms of Ebola
Where do I start?

FEMA camps cropping up all over the country? Nah. They don't exist. Seriously! According to Congressman Steve Cohen (D) from Tennessee, only tin-foil-hat-wearing nut jobs believe in FEMA camps on American soil.

Pay no attention to the fact that he co-sponsored HR Bill 645 which CLEARLY mandates the creation of FEMA camps.  But he works for the government so...we can trust him.

President Obama signs an Executive Order in July, 2014 allowing for the “apprehension, detention, or conditional release of individuals to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of suspected communicable diseases.”Then, a former FDA official Scott Gottlieb, M.D. wrote in Forbes that the CDC will invoke powers to “hold a healthy person against his will” in the event of an Ebola outbreak, warning that the feds may assume “too much jurisdiction to detain people involuntarily,” leading to “spooky scenarios where people could be detained for long periods, merely on a suspicion they might have been exposed to some pathogen. And forced to submit to certain medical interventions to gain their freedom.”

But don't worry...the President and the CDC are part of the we can trust them.

Symptoms of Ebola
Now, September 30th 2014, Ebola is officially in our backyard. A Liberian was allowed to take a plane from the most infected region of the Ebola outbreak to Dallas Texas. Guess what? He has been confirmed to have active Ebola AFTER being on a plane, in the Dallas airport, home with family and visiting the Dallas hospital twice. Gee, do you think anyone has it now?

We, as a prepared family, are taking inventory of our preps. We'll be checking our food and medical supplies, communication devices, adding to our water supplies and discussing different scenarios. I don't think it coincidence that an impromptu "educational meeting" was announced yesterday at my level one trauma hospital to discuss Ebola. The power point presentation discussed Ebola and other viruses as narrated by our resident Virologist and HIV specialist.

It will be interesting to see if the government announces this thing is "airborne" right before elections. Voting booths = closed!

Are you prepared?


BTW, Dr. Rima Laibow says 10ppm nano silver kills ebola...and the FDA is trying to shut her down.


Dizzy-Dick said...

I have heard that nano-silver helps a lot of things.

Tewshooz said...

Everything is going according to govt plans.....move along. We will tell you when to report to re-education (FEMA) camps

longtime wife said...

So many of my friends on Facebook etc think we are over reactive. We have better hygiene blah blah. I point out what about homeless, the poor, the immigrants who live ten to an apartment. People are so naive to think it won't happen here cuz we are more hygienic. Stupid stupid sheeples

myadventuresinselfreliance said...

I have read that coloidal silver could help with the secondary infections but not Ebola itself. Vitamin C and using some benedryl might help keep the immune system from going into hyper active mode fighting the Ebola and damaging the body.

Getting any info about ebola is diffacult as there is way to much government plattitudes about "don't panic" and not enough useful information.

Anonymous said...

There are many aspect of the immune system and there are many ways it can malfunction or go into hyperdrive ie, the various forms of autoimmune diseases,,, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis etc....

It also can go into hyperdrive in whats know as a Cytokine storm, which can kill a person is not treated promptly

If Benedryl were even remotely effective in this as was stated in a previous comment, then its use for such would have been well known already.

It's use isn't indicated for such.

Allergies and your bodies reaction to them are part of the immune system, but on a completely different branch (so to speak for sake of the example).

The viral aspect of how the immune system works will not be affected by Benedryl. It only blocks the histamine aspect of the immune system. It plugs the histamine receptors preventing them from causing the effects we feel when we have an allergic reaction.. It has nothing to do with the blunting the T-cells and macrophages function which is what reacts to foreign invaders such as viruses, although it would help with the runny nose say.... from the flu virus. But you are only treating a symptom not blunting the attack on the viral invaders.

It takes specialized meds to accomplish such .

Benedryl works great for allergies, and for a few other things, not so much for this.

Anonymous said...

Funny how the blamer in chief sends 3,000 army troops to Ebola country for...What reason? They're not doctors or epidemiologists.

Did he send them deliberately to get infected and bring it back?

Or is just so stupid he never thought about the possibility?

Either choice reflects badly on B. Hussein Obama and his administration.

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