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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Professor accuses U.S. of starting Ebola outbreak with bio-terrorism experiments gone wrong

Prophecy Sign:  Pestilence, plagues and disease

It's no wonder that conspiracy theories develop and spread when you have notable people providing the building blocks to those conspiracies.  The Ebola outbreak is no exception;  An award winning Texas scientist gave a speech 8 years ago to a scientific symposium advocating for the extermination of 90 percent of humanity with an airborne Ebola virus.  Fast forward 8 years and you have another tenured American University professor accusing the American government of just that - releasing a deadly form of Ebola into West Africa with some estimates suggesting millions of infected before all is said and done.

Such theories are pretty hard to fathom and believe, but given all the recent outbreaks of various diseases all across the globe all happening at the very same time, and you have to wonder if maybe there is some basis to the conspiracies.  Keep in mind that the Georgia Guide Stones advocate for a reduced global population to 500 million people.  That equates to 93 percent of the current world population of 7.2 billions being wiped out, (there's your 90%).  Some elite group is certainly behind the Guide Stones and the message thereof and is likely gleefully watching the news with regards to all these disease outbreaks.

All we can say for sure is Jesus warned that their would be pestilences, (disease outbreaks), in various places right before his coming.

There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven. Luke 21:11 NIV

Professor accuses U.S. of starting Ebola outbreak with bio-terrorism experiments gone wrong
Ebola is the result of bio-terrorism experiments gone wrong, according to a tenured professor at Delaware State University. In an article published in a major Liberian newspaper, The Daily Observer, the Liberian-born Cyril Broderick claims the epidemic is the result of work done by the U.S. Department of Defence, among others. His remarks can only make the task of those fighting to control the outbreak harder, as they feed into the superstition and misinformation circulating about Ebola and how it is spread. While some readers commenting on the article were critical, the number who praised it was telling.

Scientist calls for death to humanity - April 2006
An award-winning Texas scientist was given a standing ovation after he advocated the extermination of 90 per cent of the Earth's population by an airborne Ebola virus. The University of Texas evolutionary ecologist, Dr Eric R. Pianka, was addressing the 109th meeting of the Texas Academy of Science at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, in early March, after the academy had named him 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist. He argued that the sharp increase in the human population since the onset of industrialisation was destroying the planet.
He warned that Earth would not survive unless its human population was reduced to a tenth of its present number. He then offered drastic solutions, accompanying his remarks with a slide depicting the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. War and famine were insufficient for solving global overpopulation, he explained. Instead, disease was far more efficient and swift. At this point, Pianka displayed a slide showing rows of human skulls. AIDS took too long to kill people off, he explained. His preferred method of exterminating over five billion human beings was via airborne Ebola (Ebola Reston), because it is both highly lethal and kills its victims in days rather than years.

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Up to 12 people could be infected with Ebola including five children, it was revealed today, as health officials scramble to contain the infection after a first patient was diagnosed with the deadly virus on U.S. soil. The family of the male sufferer, who arrived in Texas from Liberia on September 20, are being considered at risk along with EMTs who transported him to hospital. The man is in a 'serious but stable condition' and has been quarantined since Sunday. He is 'awake, talking and asking for food', doctors said today. However there are fears of the disease spreading because the man was in the U.S. for almost a week before being isolated. The patient showed no symptoms of the disease during his journey - which also included a stop en route in Brussels, Belgium -  but began to develop signs on September 24. 

New mosquito-borne virus spreads in Latin America
An excruciating mosquito-borne illness that arrived less than a year ago in the Americas is raging across the region, leaping from the Caribbean to the Central and South American mainland, and infecting more than 1 million people. Some cases already have emerged in the United States. While the disease, called chikungunya, usually is not fatal, the epidemic has overwhelmed hospitals, cut economic productivity and caused its sufferers days of pain and misery. And the count of victims is soaring. In El Salvador, health officials report nearly 30,000 suspected cases, up from 2,300 at the beginning of August, and hospitals are filled with people with the telltale signs of the illness, including joint pain so severe it can be hard to walk. "The pain is unbelievable," said Catalino Castillo, a 39-year-old seeking treatment at a San Salvador hospital. "It's been 10 days and it won't let up."

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