Ebola is a Bioterrorism Weapon & it is Airborne

From Liberty News: The following information will support Blessed B’s piece on the lies we’re being told about the Ebola virus. Written by Lorrie Agold-Rich, MSN, RN, CRRN exclusively for LibertyNews.com. Simply stated, the Ebola Virus is a bioterrorism weapon and is airborne. Those are big statements. The facts will show a unique trail and why the US Federal Government does not want you to know these frightening truths. This is not meant to panic anyone, but inform them of the facts that are being withheld from the American public. Numerous research studies in the US, and other countries refer to … Continue reading

The 5 Biggest Lies About Ebola !

From Natural News   All the disinformation being spread about Ebola by the U.S. government and the complicit mass media will unfortunately make the Ebola pandemic far worse. That’s because the public isn’t being told the truth about how Ebola spreads and how individuals can help prevent transmission of the disease. At every level of media and government, protecting the financial interests of drug companies appears to be far more important than protecting public health. So people aren’t told the truth about how Ebola spreads and how they can increase their ability to survive a global pandemic. Here are five … Continue reading

Another Possible Case of Ebola in Utah

From Fox 13 SLC: Health officials said they are investigating a possible, yet highly unlikely, case of Ebola at Primary Children’s Hospital. Primary Children’s said it is unlikely the patient has Ebola however officials are taking this opportunity to test the emergency plan they have been working on to provide maximum protection to staff, patients, families and the greater community. Officials said they admitted a patient who has symptoms raising concerns about Ebola. The symptoms mixed with the patient’s recent travels to Africa concerned doctors. Dr. Andrew Pavia with Primary Children’s said the probability of the patient having Ebola is … Continue reading

Possible Ebola Case in Hawaii

From Hawaii News Now: The Hawaii Department of Health says a patient at a local hospital in Honolulu was placed into isolation on Wednesday, and officials have not ruled out the possibility that the individual may have contracted the Ebola virus. A patient who checked into the hospital on Wednesday morning is currently undergoing testing for several conditions, Health Department officials said. The patient had not yet been tested for the Ebola virus late Wednesday afternoon, and any tests for the virus would need to be sent to the U.S. mainland for analysis before any confirmation could be made, according … Continue reading

Health Agency of Canada Caught Removing Ebola ‘Airborne’ Info

Check this out: It’s obvious that the Canuk Government doesn’t want to upset their lemmings.  Our government doesn’t either. It has been reported many years ago that Ebola could be transmitted airborne.  A sneeze, a cough, etc. can do it.  The CDC says only via “body fluids”.  They neglect to say via airborne body fluids. Stay safe and take measures.  This outbreak is about to get worse. ~ Hardnox

Second Person Being Monitored for Ebola

  From USA Today: Health officials are closely monitoring a possible second Ebola patient who had close contact with the first person to be diagnosed in the U.S., the director of Dallas County’s health department said Wednesday. All who have been in close contact with the man diagnosed are being monitored as a precaution, said Zachary Thompson, director of Dallas County Health and Human Services. “Let me be real frank to the Dallas County residents: “The fact that we have one confirmed case, there may be another case that is a close associate with this particular patient,” he said. “So … Continue reading

Enterovirus Possibly Causing Paralysis in Children

From DML Daily & AP: Health officials are investigating nine cases of muscle weakness or paralysis in Colorado children and whether the culprit might be a virus causing severe respiratory illness across the country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday sent doctors an alert about the polio-like cases and said the germ – enterovirus 68 – was detected in four out of eight of the sick children who had a certain medical test. The status of the ninth case is unclear. The virus can cause paralysis but other germs can, too. Health officials don’t know whether the … Continue reading

Low Vitamin D Status Increased Severity of Bronchiolitis

From Vitamin D Council.org A new study out of Spain found low vitamin D status is common among infants with bronchiolitis and is associated with an increase in the severity of the disease. Bronchiolitis is a lung infection common in young children. About one in three infants develop bronchiolitis in the first year of their life. The disease causes the small airways, known as bronchioles, to become congested which leads to cold-like symptoms and possibly wheezing and difficulty breathing. In epidemiological research, the prevalence of various conditions is often associated with time of year. This may relate to a variety … Continue reading

Woman Broke Windshield to Save Baby Left in Hot Car

From Opposing Views: Texas woman Angela Radtke said she didn’t hesitate to break the windshield of a car parked in an H-E-B grocery store parking lot when she saw a baby trapped inside of it. After H-E-B staff attempted to reach the child’s parents over the loudspeaker and they failed to arrive, Radtke decided to make a move. According to her, some were scared to take action because they were afraid of facing consequences. Radtke noted that a security guard also warned her that she could face charges for breaking the window. “I don’t care if I get arrested,” Radtke … Continue reading

$4 Million in Food Discarded Every Day

From Breitbart:   An investigative report by a Cincinnati TV station finds that the government’s new school lunch requirements championed by First Lady Michelle Obama are wasting $4 million a day in discarded food that children won’t eat. The National School Lunch Program feeds upwards to 31 million American students a day, spending nearly $12 billion annually, but many of those children are throwing away the vegetables, fruits, and snacks forced on them by the new federal nutrition standards. A new Harvard study of the program, WCPO Channel 9 reported, “shows that 60 percent of fresh vegetables and 40 percent … Continue reading

El Paso Hospital Exposed 700 Infants to TB

From CBSDFW: More than 700 infants at an El Paso hospital have been exposed to tuberculosis by an employee infected with the disease, according to public health officials. The city’s Department of Public Health says the infants along with about 40 employees at Providence Memorial Hospital were exposed. Officials say they were exposed from September 2013 to August 16 2014. The employee worked in the hospital’s nursery. Officials said employment and medical records were reviewed to determine which infants and employees were exposed. Dr. Hector Ocaranza, the health authority for El Paso County, says the hospital workers have been tested … Continue reading


From: Breitbart, by Ben Shapiro, September 18, 2014, read it HERE. Interspersed colored entries are my comments. Do you remember what the IPAB is? It’s the Independent Payment Advisory Board, a 15-member panel that will be appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. They would be charged with enforcing a limit on Medicare spending growth. It’s a ticking time bomb that is automatically triggered by an increase in Medicare cost growth. Once triggered, it operates in secret and is outside of the control of the Congress. This is the entity that Sarah Palin termed a “death panel.” The IPAB … Continue reading

Respiratory Virus & Executive Order 13295

Sorry to keep pounding you with virus stories, but last night as I was doing some reading, it occurred to me that we hadn’t made this pertinent connection because we had the cart before the horse. Because we have had one issue after another with this regime, many times we’ll address an issue as if it’s independent and move on to the next topic, so it’s often hard to connect the dots. Back on August 1st I posted a piece about Obama signing a revision to EO 13295. The EO was created under the Bush administration and authorized the president to mandate the … Continue reading

Fear of Ebola Drives Mob to Kill Officials in Guinea

From the New York Times: The bodies of eight officials and journalists who went to a remote village in Guinea to dispel rumors about the deadly Ebola outbreak gripping the region were discovered after a rock-hurling mob attacked the delegation, claiming that it had come to spread the illness, a government spokesman said Thursday. The delegation had left for the village on Tuesday for what was supposed to be a community event to raise awareness about the Ebola virus, said the spokesman, Albert Camara Damantang. When the angry crowd descended on them, he said, several officials managed to escape and … Continue reading

Respiratory Virus Spreading to More States

From Breitbart: Cases of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) are exploding all across the country with nearly 20 states reporting dozens of cases. The outbreaks are growing so quickly that the Centers for Disease Control are lagging far behind announced cases. On Wednesday the Washington Post reported that 16 states had reported cases of the respiratory illness. But only hours later, New Jersey also announced it had found some cases quickly bringing that number up to 17. Then Minnesota became the 18th state later that same day. The outbreak has been growing since at least mid-August. The CDC confirms that children are … Continue reading

Ebola: WHO Turns To Experimental Drugs

From anh-usa.org Could some of the world’s oldest antivirals stop the spread of this deadly disease? The World Health Organization (WHO) says Ebola virus disease (EVD) has a fatality rate of up to 90%. The virus is transmitted through direct physical contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with the blood or other bodily fluids of infected animals or humans, and through indirect contact with environments contaminated with such fluids. The current outbreak in West Africa is the world’s deadliest to date. More than 1200 people have died so far this year, and the WHO has declared an international health … Continue reading

10 Things my Child with Down Syndrome has Taught Me

From News Of Salem County by Bleigh Ahl Garcia It has been 1 year since Tristan was born, and 360 days since I received he news that he has Down Syndrome. As I sit here in amazement at the whirlwind of a year we have had with Tristan in our lives, I just wanted to share a few things I have graciously learned so far in this journey. 1. Always try to look at people through God’s eyes…. if you look with your own eyes, you might miss something. Having Tristan has taught me to see people for who they … Continue reading

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge takes ugly twist

From Down Syndrome Daily from Ken Amaro from First Coast News: This summer the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral and now the ugly side of an ice bucket challenge is spreading on social media. “I can’t even look at it,” said Leslie Weed, the parent of an autistic child and founder of The HEAL Foundation, which stands for Healing Every Autistic Life. “There is an explosion of bullying among disabled children,” she said. It happened in Bay Village, Ohio. A 15-year-old autistic boy who was lured into taking the ice bucket challenge got a bucket full of urine, feces … Continue reading

Ebola and ISIS: a chronic comparison

What does Ebola have in common with ISIS?. The simple answer is Obama. But that is where the commonality ends. Both represent threats and catastrophic circumstances. The talk about Ebola is the call and challenge to scale up the treatment of Ebola. In fact, from the Center for Disease control, they say it is not just a problem for African areas but a problem for the whole world. It demands a world-wide response. The World Health Organization is telling everyone it demands our response. See WHO video here. CDC: “I wish every world leader could see what I have seen. … Continue reading

MA Health Center Confirms Tuberculosis Case

From ItemLive.com: Lynn, MA – More than 30 Lynn Community Health Center employees and 800 patients are being tested to determine if anyone else was exposed to tuberculosis after center doctors confirmed a case one week ago. “I can confirm there is a case. We are working closely with the city Department of Health and state Public Health Department,” said center Director Lori Berry. After confirming the single positive test for tuberculosis in a male health care worker around Labor Day, Berry said center medical workers contacted and tested employees in the Union Street center as well as patients “having … Continue reading