So the People of Sierra Leone Believe the Ebola Outbreak Is a “Government Conspiracy,” Do They…

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The Daily Mail is reporting that a team of British medics currently working in the Ebola hot zone of Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone, are facing opposition from locals who believe the disease may be a government conspiracy”.

Fear of a government conspiracy is so great there, people and their families are trying to escape from the hospitals.

‘Ebola is a new disease in Sierra Leone and when the first cases emerged, many people thought it might be a government conspiracy to undermine certain tribal groups, steal organs or get money from international donors.

On a side note, take a look at this picture from the Mail’s article:

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How come every time they show a picture of these people, they look like they’re all gussied up and posing for an Old Navy ad? I mean, is this guy fighting Ebola in a ravaged developing country or is he modeling for a medical supplies catalog?

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  • 1nativetex

    No surprise here…….Jimmy Karter……report Global 2000 says population had 2 b reduced to 500million……..tah dah here we r boyz n gjrls……

    • Reverend Draco

      Pardon me. . . but your illiterate babble is incoherent. and unintelligible.

      • disqus_3BrONUAJno

        As, apparently, Agenda 21 is to you.

        • Reverend Draco

          *BZZZT*

          Oh, too bad! Wrong answer! You lose another 5 points of IQ (be careful, you’re getting pretty low).

          *wauh wauh waaaaauuuuuh*

          Care to try again?

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            I don’t have to worry until I join you in imaginary numberland.

          • Reverend Draco

            I see that you’ve taken lessons in incoherence from the potato I originally responded to. . .

            Stay Frosty.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            I see that your only demonstrated intellectual competance is in ad hominem attacks.

  • disqus_3BrONUAJno

    If they had just made more of a commitment to die of the custom HIV strain that Fort Detrick made just for them, we wouldn’t have had to send ebola down there.

  • americuh

    According to an abundance of news articles on this matter, some people also believe there is no Ebola, and caregivers are performing cannibalistic rites on their stricken relatives. Body and patient retrieval vehicles have been attacked, the dead are not being disposed of properly, and the natives keep eating bush meat. While one should be suspicious of governments and corporations, and perhaps follow the money, I would not buy in to the locals conspiracy theory.
    Dr. Eric Pianka allegedly gave a speech to scientists at the Texas Academy of Science lauding the possibility of Ebola reducing the pesky human population and got a standing ovation. I guess I don’t trust scientists either.

    • disqus_3BrONUAJno

      It is pretty much good policy to distrust anyone who appears to support eugenics or genocide for any reason, which is why we should be asking Netanyahu why he is doing the same things to Gaza that Hitler ordered done on the Warsaw ghetto, given that Israel’s Zionists are at least as expansionistic as the USSR’s leaders were.

      • MediaMike

        It’s a little late to “ask” Yahu anything. Time for justice on these murderous thugs, especially Israel’s.

        • disqus_3BrONUAJno

          The Zionists doing the damage are in the minority, just as the hawks are here.

          • MediaMike

            Agreed! The litmus test for such a mentality is simple. “Do you believe that your blood line is superior to all the other humans, and that all the other humans should serve your bloodline?” Anyone answering yes should be at a MINIMUM separated from the rest of the population.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            It is usually not bloodline anymore, but ethnic or cultural. It is best to separate oneself rather than separate them, because the only reliable way to separate oneself from a genocidal megalomaniac is by killing the megalomaniac, in which case, you are emulating them.

          • Jean Bush

            Tell that to the Jews.

    • sharonsj

      The average African is uneducated and believes all sorts of crazy stuff. But there is no conspiracy.

      The drug companies didn’t do much about Ebola in the past because Africans and their governments don’t have very much money to spend on medicine. But if Ebola came to the U.S., you’d finally see money spent on research and treatment. Right now the Ebola serum doesn’t cure anything–it just gets the immune system to kick in and hopefully get strong enough to beat the virus.

      • disqus_3BrONUAJno

        And the average American, Asian, or European is less ignorant than the average African? How would we tell?

      • MediaMike

        The deadly strain of Ebola going around now was specifically engineered BY HUMANS to KILL HUMANS. It is a blend of Ebola, Hemorrhagic Fever, and Rabies. It came from a lab in Southern California.

        The future of humans on this world is to be determined by the ability of the many to stop the few. The few has invented and manages all of the money. That means the humans have to turn their collective backs on “money” and remember that nothing of greatness matters without a moral people to create and manage it. Profit always comes at a cost.

  • NΘΘR

    it is indeed a conspiracy to sell you another pseudo vaccine

  • robertsgt40

    I’m going with the locals on this one

  • LiveFree

    It’s not a conspiracy theory it’s a conspiracy FACT

  • Muhammad Abbass

    I agree the pic looks too clean and staged. It could be an old photo, from before the crisis. A file photo as they say.

  • MNRC

    It’s weird that USAID just announced that it will grant $1 billion in development aid money to Africa only a few days after reports of the ebola outbreak in Africa. Mere coincidence? At the US-Africa Summit in D.C. a few days ago George W. Bush was attending an event where Laura Bush and Michelle Obama were promoting health and opportunities for girls and women in Africa. When did Bush and Obama get so chummy? That said, pharmaceutical companies and those that partner with them, including the controversial Monsanto, stand to make a good bit of money from the ebola crisis. Tekmira, a pharmaceutical company whose ebola drug was just approved by the FDA saw their stock prices shoot up today. Does anyone see how all this ties together? My theory is that ebola was intentionally set loose in the affected West African countries, so that pharmaceutical and other companies can make money off of this. It is just too coincidental that just a few days after the American missionaries are infected with ebola USAID announces $1 billion in aid money going to Africa. How convenient! African countries now have money to pay for those expensive ebola drugs. Where did this USAID money come from? The pockets of American taxpayers. Damn!