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Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey was belittled in a Foreign Policy online publication yesterday, which accused him of creating panic, when he told CNN in an interview Oct. 16 that he has been concerned about Ebola as a global threat for at least three months. ...
Obama’s appointment of Ron Klain as Ebola Response Coordinator is further evidence, if it were still needed, that as Lyndon LaRouche has stated, either Obama himself is thrown out of office or we don’t have a chance of surviving. ...
In an international webcast on Friday, October 17 and then again in discussions on Saturday, Oct. 18, Lyndon LaRouche emphasized that Obama’s policy in response to Ebola if not reversed will lead to extinction. Therefore, “if Obama is not removed from office, you haven’t got a chance.”
The transcript from this week’s Friday Webcast featuring Mr. LaRouche
In 2008, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) urged the incoming Obama Administration to set up 18 regional disease-detection centers around the world to protect the U.S. from emerging health threats like Ebola. The Obama Administration, warned six years ago, did not act, and today the world faces the threat of mass death from the Ebola virus.
In an article entitled "Some Ebola Experts Worry Virus May Spread More Easily Than Assumed," the Los Angeles Times exposes the fact that several experts have questioned the lies being spread by official agencies on Ebola’s transmission. ...
At the summit of the ASEM in Milan this weekend, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged European participation in the “One Belt One Road”--”Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “Maritime Silk Road,” according to BRICS Post. ...
Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, director of infection control at Boston University’s National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory, returned from fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone to tell a Harvard audience today, that early hydration and basic care are essential, and that many are dying from hypovolemic shock, which is a condition that occurs when too many body fluids are lost. The hospital where Dr.
Jean Ross, President of National Nurses United, pinpointed the for-profit health system as the primary reason for the incompetent approach to dealing with Ebola in the United States. She was interviewed Wednesday on C-Span's Washington Journal.