The first case of Ebola was during 1976 which infected 318 people (280 died).

The second major Ebola outbreak was during 1995 with 315 cases (killing 254).

During 2003 Ebola infected 143 and killed 128.

In 2007 Ebola affected 264 individuals resulting in 187 deaths.

This time, in 2014, as of this post date, Ebola has been confirmed to have infected 7,000 and is expected to rise to 20,000 by November and perhaps 1.4 million by January 2015.


I am not in any way a medical professional. I am simply a critical thinking human being. While the mainstream, CDC, and government officials continue to downplay what is happening, my observations tell me they are hiding something.

Something is very different about this Ebola.

While I’m not trying to be alarmist, I do believe that you should pay attention to what is happening – in a very serious way. We have not experienced a devastating deadly pandemic in our lifetime (yet). Therefore we are suffering from ‘normalcy bias’ and disbelief that something so terrible could happen or affect us. Please stop thinking that way. Don’t be stupid.

Just this morning I see that a NBC cameraman on location in Africa has just contracted Ebola. I was watching the NBC News propaganda last night and while watching their segment with their resident Doctor (Dr. Nancy Snyderman) who (foolishly) traveled to the home of Thomas Duncan in Liberia (the guy with Ebola who travel-escaped to the U.S. for treatment and is now in Dallas) – I was stunned to see them reporting there. I said to Mrs.J, “These people are probably going to get Ebola”. I am not surprised to learn today that the cameraman now has Ebola, and I will not be surprised if Nancy Snyderman gets it (of course I hope she does not).

Something is very different about this Ebola.

Unfortunately our ‘leaders’ appear to be completely inept at their jobs and are allowing their political correctness and warped liberal thinking to cloud their judgement. It seems completely insane to continue and allow people to enter this country originating from countries raging with Ebola. It’s completely nuts to send news crews to ground zero and to then return to the United States. They need to be quarantined (I believe Nancy said she would self-quarantine). I would not want to be on the same flight home as them…

Something is very different about this Ebola.

The family of Thomas Duncan (in Dallas) are currently quarantined and they are complaining they want to get out. The workers who are supposed to clean up and dispose of Ebola infected ‘debris’ are balking about doing their job (who could blame them?). This is a microcosm of what will happen if more people become infected with Ebola. They will escape their quarantine and infect others. People will refuse to go near them and sanitize, etc. for fear of contracting themselves.

Something is very different about this Ebola.

It is reported today that even now there are thousands from Ebola nations who continue to enter the USA Without additional screening. This is insanity.

The CDC Chief just said “We can’t shut the border”. This is insanity. Who are these people? Would these same people accept the challenge of loading 3 bullets in a 5 chamber revolver and pulling the trigger while putting it to their head? Same thing with Ebola. Who would chance it?

Again, I’m no expert. I’m just observing what is happening coupled with what I know about human behavior.

If you were an African living in Africa and you suspected that you had contracted Ebola – if you could afford to do so, would you not attempt to get to the U.S. for treatment? When survival instinct kicks in, you may do ‘whatever it takes’. It’s human nature.

Something is very different about this Ebola. I don’t know what. But it has spiraled out of control and my gut tells me that this will not be contained. I hope I’m wrong!!

When more and more cases start to crop up (in your region), there will more and more people who will take this very seriously and will not risk exposure with something that will likely kill them. They will stop going to work. They will stock up on food and supplies (until the shelves run bare). This will create a problem which you may never have imagined.

The Spanish Flu of 1918-1919 killed up to 100 million people in a world that was very different from today. A virus (Ebola?) that mutates to be very contagious will dwarf that number.

Be prepared.

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