NIH: ‘We May Have to Vaccinate Whole Countries to Stop Ebola Outbreak’

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Has the endgame been revealed on the Ebola outbreak?

Two days ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told The Canadian Press that it’s “quite conceivable, if not likely” that fast-tracked Ebola vaccines may have to given to entire countries to get the viral outbreak under control (via Modern Healthcare):

“It is conceivable that this epidemic will not turn around even if we pour resources into it. It may just keep going and going and it might require a vaccine.”

“As the epidemic gets more and more formidable and in some cases out of control it is quite conceivable, if not likely, that we may need to deploy the vaccine to the entire country to be able to shut the epidemic down. That is clearly a possibility.” [emphasis added]

The article did not specify which country in particular Dr. Fauci — whose institute just so happens to be currently working on an experimental Ebola vaccine (the first to begin human clinical trials) with Big Pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline — was referring to. Was he talking specifically about Sierra Leone? Liberia? Guinea? Any place where Ebola has taken hold? The entire continent of Africa? Other countries, should it break out there including Spain or America?

The prospects of “countrywide” vaccination for Ebola with a rushed-to-market vaccination are absolutely horrifying.

Recall that some 800 children in Europe are now suffering narcolepsy thanks to the rushed swine flu vaccine. Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper wrote:

Some people may say, “Oh, that was an experimental drug, rushed to market to fight an epidemic.”

The thing is, if you look at it that way, every flu vaccine is “experimental”.  Each year’s batch contains something different, because it has to be ever-evolving as viruses mutate. Despite this, people are terrified and guilted into receiving the vaccine. If the fear factor doesn’t work, they are forced to take it in order to work, go to school, or stay at daycare.

That’s not to mention a 4,250% increase in fetal deaths linked to the shot when given to pregnant women as well, amounting to thousands of miscarriages among a lovely menagerie of other awful adverse events.

And for what? What was revealed later to be a global hoax tied to grand financial motives, as Aaron Dykes reported back in 2010:

Drug firms collaborated with WHO officials to deliberately create a “campaign of panic” and a ‘false disaster’ over swine flu pandemic fears when one was not evident, top European health official Wolfgang Wodarg has indicated.

Wolfgang Wodarg, head of health at the Council of Europe, claims that the threshold for alert was deliberately lowered at the WHO, allowing a “pandemic” to be declared despite the mildness of the ‘swine flu.’ That designation would force a demand for the vaccine, which was subsequently purchased by governments or health facilities and pushed on the public through a full-scale fear campaign in the media.

Rest assured that whatever Ebola vaccine they come up with now will be even that much more rushed than the N1H1 vax. Why rushed?

As Truthstream Media reported, check out what Dr. Ben Neuman told Bloomberg this past summer in an interview on why no vaccine for Ebola currently exists:

“It’s not just one drug we need for Ebola. We need a cocktail of drugs and perhaps a nice vaccine that could be used… These all take a lot of money and right now in the history of what we know at least, there have been fewer than 5,000 people who have been infected with Ebola. It sounds scary, but I don’t know that there’s enough…uh…panic or enough people who are potential customers for these drugs to warrant a company — a private company anyway — putting the money it would take to develop this.” [emphasis added]

Well there is definitely enough panic now, wouldn’t you say?

Dave Hodges, over at The Common Sense Show, has already penned an article demonstrating how the CDC has positioned themselves to profit financially should Ebola spread throughout the U.S.:

The CDC has ulterior motives in the diagnosing and subsequent treatment of Ebola. First of all, the CDC is traded on Dunn and Bradstreet. This fact makes the CDC a for profit corporation. Secondly, and as I have pointed out before, the CDC owns the patent on Ebola and all variances up to 70% of the variance. This means that because the CDC owns Ebola, they will receive a royalty every time a treatment is provided because of the alteration of their intellectual property rights.

These two facts mean that if the CDC moved to block the spread of Ebola, they would cut into their profit motive.  On this point, there can be no argument. Are we supposed the humanitarian nature that the CDC would forgo their profit motive in order to serve the public good? Should we trust the CDC? What are the implications?

That might explain why the CDC is so against banning air travel from West Africa and even continues to change its basic stance on how the virus is even spread.

The World Health Organization’s latest figures on the current outbreak show that over 8,000 people have been diagnosed with Ebola as of October 5th, and nearly 4,000 people have now died.

Either way, I think I can speak safely for the staff here at The Daily Sheeple: we will not be rolling up our sleeves for any nationwide Ebola vaccination program any time not just soon, but ever.

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  • M_Avalon

    You can count me out. Until there are millions infected and hundreds of thousands dying, Ebola less dangerous than being hit by a drunk driver. There is no way I’d line up with the rest of the sheeple to receive a vaccine

    • Mike Stevens

      Count me out too. Only sheeple get vaccinated.
      I’d rather my family and I suffer a prolonged and horrible death from haemorrhaging internally than ever accept an injection of something made in a laboratory.

      • ciaparker2

        Are you taking your family to Liberia on holiday? Can you tell me why you think you’ll be in any danger at any time in the UK from Ebola?

      • M_Avalon

        Yeah, that’s great, moron. What would be easier; vaccinating hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, and hope that the vaccine works or isolating west Africa and quarantining those that have it or may have it until it burns itself out.

        • Mike Stevens

          False dichotomy.

      • Free People

        Fear Monger Shill.

        • notation

          Stupid shit.

        • notation

          Moronic dolt.

  • Free People

    “we may have to vaccinate whole countries to stop ebola outbreak” !!

    This is what it’s all about folks! Mass deadly vaccinations on the populations (genocide by vaccines), while they stash all the profits!

    • Mike Stevens

      Fear Monger Shill

  • Liam Armstrong

    nope nope nope nope

    unless someone explains what the contents of the vaccine being made is…

    i still aint taking it, i rather take my chances of having it, using natural remedies, and die using natural remedies…

    ill take it when all else fails… that is if i have that time to get it

  • dan from ohio

    sorry but I along with my family will not be forced to take any untested vaccine which may be more dangerous than the ebola virus.with out long,long term human testing

    • Mike Stevens

      I missed the bit where it says everyone will be “forced” to take an “untested” vaccine.
      Can you link to the original source for this claim please?

      • dan from ohio

        it takes years of testing before a vaccine is deemed safe and effective.There has been no long term testing so to vaccinate all the people would require it to be mandated or forced.

  • Jan

    The bass tards will NEVER vaccinate me NOR SHOULD ANY OF YOU ALLOW THEM TO VACCINATE YOU.
    I am a nurse and know full well the dangers of vaccines.
    Do not EVER allow them to vaccinate you for anything except tetanus.

    STAND UP AND TELL THEM TO GET SCREWED!

    • Mike Stevens

      What about rabies?

      • http://www.dailystirrer.com/ Arthur Foxake

        No, so you don’t pet mad dogs, simples.

    • nurseholly

      I’m a nurse too. How unethical and unprofessional of you. Shane on you. We are supposed to teach public health and protection. I’d say your full of shit…no way your a nurse. If so…Ur an embarrassment.

      • Free People

        No, you’re a troll.

        • notation

          What’s that make you, Fruity Poople?

    • notation

      You’re not a nurse. I doubt you even got past high school.

  • Jan

    Time to storm DC with the pitchforks

  • ciaparker2

    Nigeria and the Ivory Coast stopped Ebola in its tracks when it appeared in their countries. Why not do what they did? Why not store a lot of blood from those who have recovered, to give infusions to the sick? High-dose intravenous vitamin C is an effective treatment, cheap and readily available. Why not educate people not to eat undercooked bush meat, not to wash body cavities of those dead from Ebola before burial, to saturate health care workers’ haz mat suits (or bodies if they weren’t wearing one) with bleach solution before removing the suits? Isolate the sick in the new tents the Army is setting up in Liberia for that purpose?
    There are MANY options before trying to force everyone to take a vaccine which would undoubtedly cause as many adverse events as all the others.

    • Mike Stevens

      Just what do you think people are trying to do out there already, Ms know-it-all Parker?

      FYI, passive immunity with Ebola is not particularly successful, since neutralising antibody is not very effective.
      And Vitamin C does not work in viral infections (if you know different, cite some scientific studies please)

      • ciaparker2

        It has helped many people, giving them someone else’s Ebola antibodies to kill the virus in the treated person. They gave it to Dr. Brantly and he immediately did better, better than the woman who was given his dose of Zmapp. That’s why they give unvaxed people Thig serum (used to anyway) or human antibody serum when they get a serious wound, to give them tetanus antibodies when there’s not time for the vaccine to force the production of antibodies. Nothing is perfect.

      • Free People

        How many times have I provided this proof to you Mr Shill. Here it is again!

        1935: Claus W. Jungeblut M.D., was the first (real) scientist to discover the healing properties of high dose Ascorbate Vitamin C, and unequivocally stated that “Vitamin C can truthfully be designated as the ANTITOXIN and ANTIVIRAL vitamin”. Claus W. Jungeblut has directly influenced the course of every orthomolecular practitioner, and earned the thanks of every patient whose health, and life, has been saved by high dose ascorbate vitamin C therapy.

        See article in full at Orthomolecular.org, under Library, News Releases, August 7, 2013, you’ll find “Vitamin C and Polio, The Forgotten Research of Claus W. Jungeblut M.D.”

        BTW, Orthomolecular is real medicine and
        real doctors who “DO NO HARM”, not the kind you support Mike Stevens.

        Another recent article (from rthomolecular news service) was posted on Green Med Info site two days ago titled ‘Can Vitamin C Cure EBOLA?” – Yes it can.

        http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/can-vitamin-c-cure-ebola

        • Mike Stevens

          If you regard testimonials and plumper articles like this as scientific proof, then I fear for your rationality, objectivity and rationality.

          • ciaparker2

            He provided proof of the remarkable efficacy of vitamin C in treating almost anything. You just don’t like it because it would cut so much into medical profits if everyone realized the truth. Well-done, Free People!

          • Mike Stevens

            I always suspected you didn’t know how to recognise pseudoscience and faked “evidence” even when they stared you in the face, now I know for sure.

          • notation

            “Well done” is how Free People ought to be served. She’s useless as a source of anything remotely resembling fact.

        • notation

          My word, you are an idiot. You never took a science course in your life, did you? It shows.

      • ciaparker2

        Vitamin C is extraordinarily effective in treating viral illnesses, didn’t someone else just post a lot of citations to studies showing this?

        • Mike Stevens

          Not reliable/valid scientific citations – they were just links to a couple of quack medical sites promoting pseudoscience.
          Learn the difference Cia.

        • http://beginingsinwriting.wordpress.com/ R.w. Foster

          All vitamin C is good for curing is scurvy. Nothing else. It’s not magic.

        • notation

          If it’s so great, why don’t you take some and head overseas to help the victims of Ebola? No, you’d rather sit on your rear and yap about your daughter and how selfish someone who actually has guts is.

        • notation

          If so, you should be able to find those links and post them again. Why don’t you? Oh, wait. Because they’re bogus and you never back up anything you post.

    • notation

      Stupid ass. Don’t you know that blood can’t be stored indefinitely?

    • http://www.dailystirrer.com/ Arthur Foxake

      Be serious please. None of the things you suggest would make any profit for Big Pharma.

  • puckles

    First of all, as was pointed out by a previous commenter to the above excerpted posting from Dave Hodge’s column, being listed in Dun and Bradstreet does not mean that your firm is traded on the NYSE or any other exchange. D&B is a credit rating firm for businesses, period. My former firm, which was entirely private, was listed in D&B.

    However, that does open up another can of worms, as does the series of patents the CDC holds for the virus/virii. Why would a government subagency solicit a commercial credit rating/listing, as well as numerous patents for a virus, unless it had a serious intent to commercialize aspects of these? Those aspects might be, but not limited to, licensing of the virii under patent currently (the patents are very broad, and include mutants) for research, and any treatments derived therefrom, to include vaccinations. While the Army’s high tech medical research infectious disease group has been involved with this genome from the start, so apparently have certain private institutions, which stand to share in huge profits in the event of an outbreak–but not before.

    Incidentally, all of these data are available online for anyone who cares to do the research, which the media apparently do not.

  • M_Avalon

    I never said it wasn’t dangerous.

  • Jess James

    These fuqtards act like they have a vaccine.

    • Free People

      They do, and it’s experimental just like every single vaccine is. Everybody is a guinea pig for Frankenstein science.

      • notation

        I sincerely hope you get Ebola. Of course, you never leave your house in Outer Bumfvck, so that’s unlikely to occur. Maybe you’ll get botulism from your home-canned crap.

  • nurseholly

    I agree. I’m a nurse, I Promote vaccinations. She’s not a nurse. She needs to stop proclaimin to be one.

  • Mike Stevens

    This happened with those vaccines? Really?
    I don’t recall the Swine flu vaccination campaign banning people who declined vaccine from travelling, or those who didn’t want HPV vax getting marked/branded.

    Vaccines don’t contain mercury, only one vaccine (flu) contains tiny amounts of thimerosal which has not been shown to be harmful (and there are thimerosal free equivalents should anyone prefer), and formaldehyde is produced naturally in the human body in doses 60 times that contained in any vaccine.
    Next trope?
    PS I think I can see who are the sheeple here.

    • Free People

      Better to be a sheeple than a TROLL.

      • Mike Stevens

        I presume you base your opinion on personal experience?

      • notation

        Better to be sane than you.

  • mia hodgson

    While staying in a U.K hospital recently i was shocked when a nurse pulled up my gown and injected me in the stomach without asking my
    permission or telling me what she was going to do. When i asked her what she had just injected me with she said ‘oh, nothing to worry about it’s just a superbug vaccine!’

    • Mike Stevens

      Pretty unlikely.
      There is no “superbug” vaccine, and the injection you got was prophylactic dalteparin, a low molecular weight heparin that prevents DVTs.

  • Free People

    Yes they do know it. Why do you think they are arming the police with war equipment now. They’ve also stocked up on ammo making it scarce to find anymore. Next they will take our guns.

  • Free People

    There’s no such thing as “vaccine efficacy” – that term, invented by the Vax industry is FALSE!

    • notation

      You don’t know anything about disease, immunity, vaccines, or science, you moronic dolt. You’re just a rabid mutt.

  • Jack Hamilton

    Holy Shit! Dave Hodges is a complete idiot! I am convinced he has a short-circuit between his ass and his brain because only shit comes out his dumbass and loudmouth! Dun & Bradstreet DOES NOT serve as an exchange of stocks, bonds or any commodity! D & B is a credit reporting/rating agency! Why anyone would listen to this retard is beyond me…for Christ’s sakes, he was a basketball coach! DUH!

  • Offshoreguy

    Dun & Bradstreet is a company that collects and sells information about companies. They don’t sell stocks or make a market for trading stocks. Stocks are traded on an exchange and Dun & Bradstreet is not an exchange.

    This is poor writing and poor research.

  • ciaparker2

    Vaccines are different. Giving transfusions of someone else’s antibodies is condidered to give them passive, temporary immunity. It has been used for years to give people passive temporary immunity to tetanus when they have sustained a severe injury but there’s not enough time to work up immunity through the vaccine. Vaccines demand an active response from the immune system, goading it into action by presenting it with pathogens (albeit weakened or killed) which strangely appear in the blood in an unnatural way, having bypassed all the natural filters. The immune system becomes extremely alarmed. Ideally it just makes antibodies to the pathogen and then settles down: unfortunately, all too often it mounts so vigorous an attack on many or all of the ingredients in the vaccine, which ALL become antigens, not just the disease pathogens, that it results in brain inflammation and brain damage, or it sensitizes the immune system to the vaccine ingredients and the immune system ever after attacks substances resembling the vaccine ingredients it was sensitized to by the vaccine, resulting in every kind of autoimmune disease. There’s no reason to think that an Ebola vaccine would cause any fewer of these neurological or autoimmune effects than any other vaccine. If I were living in West Africa right now, I might weigh my choices and take the vaccine, but I would be very worried about doing so. I might rather take my chances with high-dose IV vitamin C and transfusions.

    • Mike Stevens

      “The immune system becomes extremely alarmed.”

      We have all had sight of your amateurish, 8th grade take on the immune system Cia, and how you view it as being so superior to the views of scientific experts who specialise in the field.

      Good luck with your vitamins. They won’t do you any good (though of course they may do harm in excess, so they are, by your own definition, not “safe”)

      • ciaparker2

        Vitamin C is large amounts will treat and cure almost anything. Look it up. And you have a rather schizophrenic strategy for posting, alternating between medical jargon intended to cow the reader into submission to your apparently superior arcane knowledge, and an informal, vulgar, insulting patter also intended to cow the reader into submission to your attempted insulting dominance of the discourse. The reader will probably choose which of us to believe based on his own preference of discourse.

        • Mike Stevens

          Cia, I prefer readers to put their trust in the scientific evidence, rather than make subjective choices based on their feelings about the different protagonists in a debate.

          And if Vitamin C did “cure almost anything”, I’d recommend a double dose for you and your antivax trolls – just on the off chance it could deal with malignant stupidity.

        • notation

          No, YOU PROVIDE A CITATION. You made the claim. The onus is on you to provide the evidence.

          You’re lying. Vitamin C will NOT “treat and cure almost anything.”

        • notation

          “Look it up.” Nope. You made the claim. Cite the proof.

    • notation

      This is just comedy gold. Watching parker try to explain how vaccines work is like watching a dog try to waltz.

  • harleyrider1903

    Ebola cant live in freezing climates its a tropical disease or we would have seen it here back in the 1970s………….much ado about nothing. Keep the people of west Africa in west Africa and you contain the contagion.

  • harleyrider1903

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    Testimonial

    Testimonials use people to persuade other people of the value or importance of something. This is most frequently done with celebrity endorsements but it is also done with experts or average people. In politics, this can be as simple as having the president or another popular political leader endorse an idea or point of view. In advertising, examples include Jenny Craig having celebrities talk about their diet plans in commercials and any advertisement that uses a doctor or someone dressed as a doctor to say something is healthy.

    Transfer

    The transfer technique involves using symbolism to give virtues to a product or idea. This is sometimes done with celebrities, such as putting athletes on a Wheaties box or putting Michael Jordan’s name on sneakers. Sometimes placing, for example, an American flag next to a product can convince people that it is somehow patriotic. Products also might be placed in a hospital setting to give the impression that a product is healthy or somehow endorsed by medical workers. This type of propaganda is most frequently found in print advertising

    Repetition

    Repetition is the most frequently used propaganda and advertising technique. Repetition works under the assumption that the more often people hear something the more likely they are to believe it, even on a subconscious level. In politics this is known as “staying on message.” A politician, during a campaign, speaks to different groups of people every day, but always includes the same handful of points that they wish to make. In advertising, it works basically the same way. An advertiser will attempt to convey the same handful of points about a product in all of their advertising including television, radio, print and digital.

    Emotional Words

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    Read more: http://www.ehow.com/info_84645

  • Andrew Lazarus

    Nothing trades on Dunn and Bradstreet. It isn’t a stock exchange. All manner of non-profits and agencies are listed by D and B, in the same way the phone book does.

    Now, Ebola is not a serious health threat to Americans. This sort of random conspiracy-theory nonsense scares people for no reason. Not an accident that the accompanying ads are for survivalist stuff, is it?

  • Liam Armstrong

    you got that right CX

    besides, how i see this situation, and i read this from somewhere else, essentially getting this is a death sentence in a way, and so is getting vaccinated…

    so how i can see it, its a almost die.die vs die anyways

    oooo what fun CX