STOCKMARKETS AND EBOLA...




In Dallas, the second U.S. nurse to contract Ebola boards a plane bound for Atlanta. A man holding a clipboard directs the transfer. He is not wearing protective clothing, and yet he was seen grabbing a container and a hazardous materials trash bag.

A section of the elite is responsible for the five interlinking crises - falling stockmarkets, Ebola, ISIS, the Ukraine and the widening gap between the rich and the poor.



The stockmarkets are falling because of worries about the effect on Europe of sanctions on Russia, the growing inability of 'the poor' to buy goods, the cost of Ebola, and the cost of the wars in Syria and Iraq.

Food sales fall again - September wilts retailers.


Reuters / Christopher Black

Let's look at some facts about Ebola:

Ebola facts

1. Ebola lives naturally in animals and has been around for many years. 

It was previously called Zaire virus.

Since 1976, there have been 32 Ebola outbreaks and 1,438 people have died in these outbreaks.

The Ebola virus is one of five members of the Ebolavirus genus, four of which cause lethal hemorrhagic fever.

Currently there are Ebola outbreaks in the Congo (Zaire) and in West Africa.


Dallas, Texas. (Reuters / Jaime R. Carrero)

2.  Outbreaks usually fade out quickly. 


Madrid.(AFP Photo / Pedro Armestre)

3. If the US military has developed an Ebola weapon it would have needed to change the virus so that it can be spread through the air.

Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.

West Africa: US Biological Warfare Researchers 

In 2010, it was reported that army labs at Fort Detrick, Maryland, had devised an injection that cures the Ebola virus, but only if administered within minutes of a person becoming infected.



Reuters / Christopher Black

3. The spread of Ebola in the USA or Europe should not be large. 

It takes between four and 21 days for an infected person to become contagious.

If the patient and his/her contacts are swiftly quarantined, there should be no spread of the disease.

'Up to 50% of victims catch Ebola at funerals'.


Reuters / Josephus Olu-Mammah

4. If Ebola does spread widely, the World Bank says the epidemic could cost $33 billion.

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Parviz Sabeti, aka Peter Sabeti, became an officer of Mossad.

Today, Sabeti lives in Orlando, where he owns a building and development company called Paris Enterprises, Inc.

Among Paris Enterprises's officers is Pardis Sabeti, Parviz's daughter, who is also an evolutionary geneticist at Harvard University specializing in the human genome, specifically, the migration of the Ebola virus from an animal genetic reservoir into humans.

Meet the 'Beast of SAVAK'




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