I was almost ready to dismiss the present ‘Ebola crisis’ as a hoax as so many others have. Just based upon the fact that the virus is not spreading within the United Stated as would be expected, there is a natural tendency to reasonably suspect that we are not looking at a strain of Ebola that has been weaponized. It would also be reasonable to assume that this bioweapon is not nearly as contagious as ‘traditional Ebola’ and this would explain the extremely low transmission rate. The obvious purpose of this bioweapon, under these conditions, would be to scare people into taking the Bill Gates funded vaccines. However, as this article will demonstrate, it might be a mistake to jump to the false flag conclusion at this point in time.
This article is the first of a two part series which explores the differing possibilities connected to so-called presence of Ebola inside of the United States
The Numbers Do Not Lie As the subtitle suggests, Ebola should be exploding exponentially through the United States, for a variety of reasons, and it is not. I have spent the past week considering the possibility that Ebola really is a false flag designed to ‘trick’ us into submitting to a national protocol relating to forcing every man, woman and child in the country into taking vaccines. On the surface, the case is strong that we are not dealing with traditional Ebola. The reasons for this line of reasoning are listed below.
Last weekend, I used my SPSS statistics program to run the projected reproduction rate (Ro) of the Ebola virus in the United States. Based upon the late Thomas Duncan’s unrestricted movements, as USA’s ‘patient zero’, prior to succumbing to Ebola, my statistics program tells me that we should be seeing hundreds of cases in the U. S. by this point in time. Before Christmas, we should be seeing thousands, if not tens of thousands of cases. Yet, we are not. As far as we know, there is only one active case inside of the United States and that would be Dr. Spencer. This defies all logic if we are looking at Ebola as we understand the virus to be.
If the United States had over 250 cases of Ebola, social media would make it virtually impossible for this administration to cover up every single case.
The fact is, that Ebola is not spreading as expected.
This post was published at The Common Sense Show on October 31, 2014.