Aids And Ebola: Why So Much Military Personnel Involved In The Fight Against The Diseases In Africa?

The Ebola scandal

Instead of sending medical staff to Ebola-struck countries, Obama sent the military force, raising a lot of suspicions that Ebola is indeed a medical crime

By Johan van Dongen and Joel Savage

Following the first article, ‘Message to all African leaders,’ over Aids and Ebola as medical against Africans, which was published in www.newstimeafrica.com, Reverend P.A. Wilson made a comment over the article on December 16, 2014. Below is his comment.

“This is gross wickedness to humanity. What have Africans done to deserved this? The eyes of The Lord moves to and fro throughout the whole earth , to make himself strong to those whose heart are perfect towards Him. My prayer is “Let God arise and let His enemies be scattered.” May The good Lord who gives life to humanity (Africans) take vengeance and bring the West to exposure and bring them to justice for He (GOD) vengeance is mine I will repay. To you all writers to expose such malicious and wicked device of those haters of Africans, God will guide and guard you all in standing for truth. God bless you.”

 

Open letter to reverend Wilson

Honourable Reverend Wilson we will like to thank you for the inspirational words of God , which have encouraged us to continue with our efforts to bring those who are responsible for these medical and other crimes committed in Africa to justice.

You may have noticed that few weeks after your statement, we have published an indictment about these committed crimes onto the websites of Sprout-Africa and the blog of Joel Savage in order to activate African lawyers to pick up our discussion published onto websites and within our book: “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind.”

We are not mere revealing the truth about the origin of these diseases without facts, the truth is guided by 25.000 scientific papers, published in the most important scientific journals. The truth can be read in scientists and medical journals like the Lancet and Immunology do also.

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US military personnel in Africa to fight against Ebola.

Together with our findings, we will use these publications as a reference for bringing governments, pharmaceutical plants, investment groups and specific persons to the International court of Justice in The Hague, the Netherlands.

As we said, Reverend Wilson, they are probably continuing their crimes because of what we have written below, in our publications, onto the social media, in our indictment and within our books.  If you want to look for yourself, how they act, the only thing you have to do is to follow the way the respective establishments discuss their application of experimental Ebola and Aids vaccines and their dangerous medicines to cope with these criminal diseases.

The World Health Organization WHO

When you read our book “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind” on this very website “Spout-Africa”, our “indictment” and second message to all African leaders, you will notice again the appearance of all those institutes and pharmaceutical plants who collaborated to vaccinate millions with experimental vaccines in Africa.

It gives us goosebumps and the feeling as we turned back to the period during the “First, Second and Cold War” when pharmaceutical plants were raised in Germany and after the wars committed those crimes in the jungles of Central Africa.

WHO and non-approved vaccines and Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny

Immediately after a World Health Organization panel was installed they advised that it was ethical to use experimental, non-approved drugs to combat the ongoing Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa. There was unanimous agreement among the experts that in the special circumstances of this Ebola outbreak, “it is ethical,” said Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny, Assistant Director-General of the United Nations Health Agency.

“This is typically a disease of poor people in poor countries where there is no market,” Kieny said. “If it hadn’t been for the investment of a few governments in the development of a vaccine, we would have been nowhere.”

Have you heard something like that before? Is it really ethical to use unregistered interventions that have shown promising results in the laboratory and in animal models? What is the consequence of unknown adverse effects in humans for possible treatment of people who are infected? Did they know of the scrupulous actions of Hillary Koprowski?

Have they read our book “Aids and Ebola the greatest crimes in medical history against mankind published on Amazon.com? Although for some vaccines it looks like they are working in the short term, but what about the long term effects and exposure to such experimental Ebola vaccines and what about these previous symptoms of volunteers?

Of course, the use of unregistered vaccines could cause some problems, they say, taking poor African people into consideration. Why is it necessary to talk about this? Doesn’t poor African know how important these criminal medical experiments are for stakeholders of the pharmaceutical industry as discussed in our indictment?

A Tulane professor working at the Emerging Infections Department of Naval Medical Research Unit 6

Why is it that so much western military personnel are involved in the fight against Ebola? Many countries such as Cuba, China and several other countries send healthcare workers, doctors and technical personnel but the United States of America and the United Kingdom respectively sent 7000 and 3000 troops. What are they doing there exactly?

Why is the U.S. Department of Emerging Infections of Naval Medical Research Unit 6 involved with experimental vaccines again? But if you have read the indictment article, then you will notice why again the appearance of all those institutes and pharmaceutical plants wants to vaccinate millions with experimental vaccines.

Ebola vaccines trials

Due to the recent Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that initial treatment testing of  investigational vaccines to prevent Ebola virus disease will begin early 2015 in Africa.

This phase 1 clinical trial will help investigators at the NIH and Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) determine the safety and efficacy of a new vaccine against Ebola. In another major trial, a vaccine has been carried out within the fall of 2014; this vaccine is being developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and NewLink Genetics Corp. In addition, the NIH has partnered with the British consortium to test the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/GSK vaccine in the United Kingdom and in the West African countries of Gambia and Mali. Again in Africa onto ignorant people with a different genetic pattern!

Therefore we would like to warn all African leaders to take notice for what has happened in the past and what we have described in our books, social media, and websites!!!

It is said by many scientists that these vaccines do not contain live Ebola viruses, only antigens or parts of the virus that can stimulate a protective immune response. The vaccines can’t cause Ebola infections, they say, but if so, then why are antigens against Ebola were found in Africans after smallpox and polio vaccinations?

The pharmaceutical industry considers and accesses the ethical implications for clinical decision-making of use of unregistered interventions that it have shown promising results in the laboratory and in animal models but that have not yet been evaluated for safety and efficacy in humans. But African Leaders, laboratory circumstances and animal models and primates are not African natives but ‘Human Rats’…!!!…

Daniel Bausch a Tulane professor

Daniel Bausch at the end of 2014 stated: “If it’s easier to do the trial, by using an active control rather than a placebo, then fine, do the trial that way,” Smith says. “But to believe one is more ethical than the other is not the issue.” He stressed that the main benefit of joining a vaccine trial, especially in resource-strained countries like these, is that people who do develop the disease “are generally looked after better than people not in trials.”

This is, therefore, a message to all African leaders in West Africa, especially Gambia and Mali, because there they come again to do what they know best,to infest. The pharmaceutical industry always will act the way as they did in the past because of the fact that they couldn’t compare the laboratory outcome of experimental vaccines with human beings. Especially Africans and who will stop them?

African leaders and governments are too much dependant of the Western Countries, China, Russia, and Japan. Therefore experimental vaccines will be given to ignorant Africans as they did in the past with dramatic consequences such as Aids, Ebola, Burkitt’s Lymphoma and many other brand new diseases!

There have been some significant developments in both vaccines and treatments for Ebola and its sister virus, Marburg virus scientists say. What about this last mentioned virus? The Marburg virus is a virus which has been made in biochemical warfare laboratories in Reston, Marburg, Frankfurt, Belgrade and Russian laboratories in the fifties and sixties as we have described in our book.

We hope all African leaders will listen to us because Bausch most suddenly will not! Why not? Because of the fact that he stated: “That the obstacle to developing an Ebola vaccine isn’t the science; researchers have actually made really great strides in figuring out how to fight back against Ebola and the Marburg virus. We now have a couple of different vaccine platforms that have shown to be protective with non-human primates,” Bausch says. As a naval officer, he received awards for his work containing disease outbreaks in Uganda. He is currently stationed in Lima, Peru, as the director of the military: “Emerging Infections Department of Naval Medical Research Unit 6.

Bioterrorism

There are concerns, for example, about Ebola being used as bioterrorism, and that drives a lot of the funding for this. The U.S. Department of Defense might be interested in a vaccine if they thought the disease could be used as a weapon.

They think there could be a case for limited widespread use if that doesn’t sound too contradictory.

Bausch: “I wouldn’t anticipate it would be cost-effective or really practical to take the approach of widespread vaccination. It would work more like how we currently handle Yellow Fever: when you have an outbreak, you go in and really rapidly vaccinate the 100,000 or so people who are in the area that is at risk. I would see it more like that, but with an Ebola vaccine. We would go in right away and say, the next day, we have 100,000 doses with our teams and start protecting people.

So far it’s been more tossed around but not really acted on yet. There is one exception, but it wasn’t an outbreak. There was a needle-stick injury in a lab, and that person was able to get a post-exposure Ebola vaccine. The person didn’t get sick, but we don’t know if the vaccine was what protected him. We can’t even be sure the accident infected him. The only conclusion we can make is that, with this sample size of one, is that person did not have severe side effects from taking it.”

To investigative, journalist Joel Savage and scientist Johan van Dongen seem something between ‘shotgun’ experiments in African countries and walking on the edge of a volcano, as they did in the past as described in “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind.”

Reverend Wilson? Are you there?

Friday, December 12, 2014

The clinical trial of an Ebola vaccine has faced a problem in Switzerland

Some white volunteer patients have complained of joint pains in their hands and feet after a clinical trial in Switzerland at the University of Geneva Hospital, said on Thursday in a statement that: “scientists decided to stop the trial one week early in all 59 volunteers as a measure of precaution.”

But why are they continuing their trials in Africa then??!!**

It is noted that four volunteers complained of the side-effects of the vaccine, which is developed by pharmaceutical company NewLink and recently bought by Merck.

Doctors and Scientists of the Geneva Hospital stated: “They are all fine and being monitored regularly by the medical team leading the study.”

The hospital said also that it would resume human safety trials on January 5, 2015, with the participation of 15 volunteers after checks take place to ensure the joint pain symptoms were “benign and temporary.”

Spread of Ebola

Ebola spreads through contact with infected bodily fluids such as blood, saliva, sperm and sweat. It has killed around two-thirds of those it has infected over the last four decades. At this very moment, the virus has killed more than 7.500 people in West Africa, most of them in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. This figures were raised by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control CDC and the WHO, but are these figures accurate? We don’t believe the figure is real because Ebola victims are rotting in the streets mounted up in remote areas and hide in slums of big cities.

The epidemic has slowed down in Liberia and Guinea the authorities say, but: “Transmission still continues across large parts of Sierra Leone,” the World Health Organization, the United Nations Public Health Body, have also stated that.

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American soldiers destined to Africa to fight Ebola.

Scientific Statements

Knoxville lab to test potential Ebola vaccine

Merck told  NBC News the volunteers with symptoms similar to rubella are okay, adding this is a measure of caution.

In the study in Switzerland, it was more than 10 times the dose that would be our highest dose of our study here, Dr. Smith added.

Dr. Smith said there are no signs of any problems with testing or volunteers on the same vaccine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C.

The 70 local people who qualified for the test were told to wait a few weeks. The study here at home is to see if smaller doses of the vaccination would still fight off Ebola in larger quantities.

I’m sure that with the change in schedule, some people will be unable to participate or lose interest, Dr. Smith said.

He expects to test in Knoxville to begin in January 2015

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/12/12/389884/swiss-ebola-vaccine-trial-faces-problem/

http://www.wbir.com/story/news/local/2014/12/12/knoxville-ebola-testing-on-hold/20297637/

 

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