The Ebola outbreak has been making headlines across the world for months as health officials continue to voice their concerns regarding the potential danger of a major worldwide pandemic. Vaccinations are currently being developed and are projected to be ready in January.
Similar to the swine flu scare of the past, many people continue to remain suspicious regarding the origin of the virus, the treatment, and the tremendous amount of “fear porn” that always follows something like this.
This was evident when it came to the swine flu vaccine, as many people choose to opt out of it. People in several countries have completely lost faith in their own governments ability to tell the truth, this continues to be the case as many people are now questioning the legitimacy of the Ebola virus itself.
It’s OK To Question Things!
Just as with any other subject, especially in today’s day and age, it is the mark of a wise person to be able to “entertain a thought without accepting it.” When something goes against the grain so much, or insults somebodies belief system drastically, the idea of even entertaining that thought can be dreadful and seem absolutely crazy to some.
Not everything in this world is quite as it seems, this has become very evident as of late and we should never allow ourselves to stop questioning, no matter how “against the grain” it may seem. New information is constantly surfacing for the human race to look at, and it’s important that we don’t turn a blind eye towards it and examine it from a neutral standpoint.
So what is it about the Ebola virus that has people scratching their heads?
It seems claims coming from outside of the western media state that what is actually happening in areas where Ebola is more common is not quite what is being reported in the media. A man named Nana Kwame from Ghana has apparently stated:
“People in the Western World need to know what’s happening here in West Africa. THEY ARE LYING!!!…. The Red Cross has brought a disease to 4 specific countries for 4 specific reasons and it is only contracted by those who receive treatments and injections from the Red Cross. That is why Liberians and Nigerians have begun kicking the Red Cross out of their countries and reporting in the news the truth.” (source)
What also seems to be causing much confusion is the fact that the United States government patented the Ebola virus a few years ago. You can view that here. This is done so that governments or corporations can profit from it, like the vaccine that will be issued in a few months, for example.
Here is an article that’s making its way around the web outlining some more concerns people are having.
In the below video from Vice News, you will see numerous examples of people from West Africa saying that the Ebola scare isn’t as it seems. You will also see a well known West African Journalist mention the same thing at approximately the 7:50 mark.
Why do you think this is the case? What are your thoughts on Ebola? Why do you think people in West Africa, and others across the globe think it’s either a hoax, a ploy to encourage vaccination, or something else? Why do you think it’s difficult for many people to accept that it’s as simple as we are told? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.
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