EBOLA: FROM EMERGENCY TO RECOVERY
Ebola prevention in West Africa: Poverty was an opportunity for the West and America to inflict the disease in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone
During the speech of Belgium Deputy Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo, at the conference of “Ebola: from Emergency to Recovery,” on March 3, 2015, he overlooked the audience. Amongst them was Her Majesty Queen Mathilde, and as usual, he started with:
“Majesty, your interest to the broader field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid is commonly known. Right from the beginning of the current Ebola crisis you devoted your high attention to it and provided us all with your support. Your presence here today is yet again exemplary of your personal attention to this crisis.”
Was De Croo trying to hide something or because there were many celebrities, including the queen at the conference? Because De Croo failed to mention the role of Hillary Koprowski and Belgium nurses and doctors who deliberately sprayed contaminated vaccine into the mouths of the poor and innocent Congolese, which later gave birth to Ebola and other deadly diseases.
The one who should really attend this conference wasn’t there, so, De Croo has to state “I would also like to apologize, Prime Minister Charles Michel for not being able to make it today. As you probably know, in a previous life the Prime Minister has served as Minister for Development Cooperation and has a special interest in the fight against Ebola. He has requested me to speak on his behalf.”
That was a pity because Michel should have known the date of scientific literature of the criminal pharmaceutical, medical and corrupt (African) politicians, who also knew Aids and Ebola were man-made diseases, just as the Western World, Russia and Japan, and two top Belgium scientists, Guido van der Groen and Peter Piot knew of the medical crimes.
Other attendants at the conference who did listen to the hollow words of De Croo were the Presidents of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea as well as the President of Congo-Brazzaville, the Prime Minister of Togo and High Representative Mogherini, European Union, for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. To the participants of the conference, De Croo tried to explain how good Belgium is for the African course, but these celebrities should have known better.
Belgium Deputy Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo’s speech
“Your Majesty, Ladies, and Gentlemen. It is now almost 40 years ago since the so-called Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) was discovered. We speak of 1976 and it was a young and devoted Belgian doctor, Peter Piot, who identified the virus in the village of Yambuku, in today’s Democratic Republic of Congo.
Four decades have passed since then and the Ebola virus has struck communities on various occasions, each time in a harsh and cruel way. These epidemics somehow always ended after a few months of time and did not seem to result in a real systemic crisis. Or at least, this is how the international community had perceived it up until last year.
2014 became the year of the global wake-up call. Most probably it was a two-year-old boy in the town of Guéckédou, in Guinea, who was the first victim of the current ebola epidemic. He already died in 2013, on December 6th to be more precisely.
Things went very fast then and it was the organization Médecins Sans Frontières who first sounded the alarm. Being active in the field and on ebola since many years, they had never seen an outbreak of the virus with such dimensions.
In August last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it as a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern”. By mid-February 2015, 9.365 deaths were counted and 23.218 cases were registered in West-Africa.
By the turn of the year, the efforts of the so many courageous local and international health workers seemed to result in success. But we again start to receive alarming figures; in the week up to February 22nd, the WHO reported 99 new confirmed cases.”