THE WORLD IS STILL IN DANGER WHEN IT COMES TO EBOLA
An Ebola victim in a body bag
"Symptom-less, Ebola exists and can hide in yourself, your family, neighbour or stranger and can never be detected until the virus mutates into symptomatic Ebola."
When hibernated Ebola mutates with recognizable symptoms, it will probably be more contagious than ever before and even become aerosol then the box of Pandora fully opens.
"The danger is real. Ebola is a disease that can survive in the animal population. So, as long as there are animals in the forests that are carrier of the disease, there will be Ebola in the region and therefore it can come back to the human population."
"In fact, we are planning against, let’s say, a 50-50 chance of Ebola coming back over the next 12 to 18 months, as it has done [in the past] in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and as it has done in Uganda." - Peter Graaf: Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER).
This document reveals evidence and scientific arguments how and why the Ebola Attack Team’s efforts and approach to battle Ebola was successful and justifiable. It proofs that it was common knowledge in the international health circles who purposely denied ten thousands of Ebola effected victims access to assumable protection and endangered the world population.
Instead of supporting they denied, ignored, indoctrinated, intimidated and threatened to promote the development of specific experimental drugs to the benefit of the pharmaceutical industry. Their experimental drugs had no other effect than side effects but still W.H.O. continued its tunnel vision to sluice hundreds of millions of dollars to the pharmaceutical industry.
This lack of empathy probably caused the death of ten thousand innocent Ebola patients, and 10,000 Ebola survivors are still suffering. How many more have to die before W.H.O. opens its eyes? The devastating effect on the regional collapsed economy also goes on their account, and the governments of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, should claim them for a compensation of least $5 billion ea