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Don’t Ebola Me, Bro’

A Socially Speaking Commentary from Perry Redd

A Socially Speaking Commentary from Perry Redd

If I were you, I’d be suspicious. People are out there dying…just not your people. The World Health Organization’s website says between August 2nd and 4th, a total of 108 new cases of Ebola virus disease (laboratory-confirmed, probable, and suspect cases) as well as 45 deaths were reported from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. Guess what? None reported in the United States, although Americans are involved. I’m very suspicious.

Don’t you find it strange that the only people—on earth—to contract the Ebola virus are people in Africa…and the only people—on earth—with a “Ebola serum” are in the United States?

Oh, come on! Anyone with half a brain would be suspicious! Countries, cultures and ethnic groups have always been weary of these Euro-do-gooders who come into their countries bearing gifts and good tidings. Recorded history has shown that the gifts they leave range from smallpox to cholera. In Uganda, shortly after the arrival of European colonists, there was an explosion of epidemics of hitherto unknown diseases of smallpox, plague, gonorrhoea and syphilis; later measles, cholera and typhoid.

Wait a minute! President Barack Obama said he lacks enough information to green-light a promising drug to treat the deadly Ebola virus, so the U.S. ain’t giving it up and that the initial response should focus on public health measures to contain the outbreak. Okay, if people are dying, then experimental drugs are the next best thing to prevention! If the drugs don’t work, then dying people lose nothing! The worst part of that line of reasoning is that the US will try it on their people, but not try it out on the people affected? Yes, I’m highly suspicious.

“We’ve got to let the science guide us and I don’t think all the information is in on whether this drug is helpful,” the president said at a media conference. “The Ebola virus both currently and in the past is controllable if you have a strong public health infrastructure in place.”

Okay, in the richest country on earth, I’d figure you can crap and chew gum at the same time. Nothing wrong with strengthening public health prevention measures, but why wouldn’t you work on stopping death at the same time? Maybe, just maybe, someone wants someone else dead! Maybe, just maybe, there’s a profit motive. You know, we have to make sure it works, before we can sell it to the Africans. When domination and imperialization are imminent, then de-population is the next best weapon to war.

I know, you want to call me a conspiracy theorist, right? I’d implore you to call me correct, if not on time for dinner! I’ve said nothing wrong. Captain James Cook took typhoid to Hawaii in 1779. Spaniards took smallpox to Mexico in 1520 and by 1618 Mexico’s population had reduced from 20 million to only 1.6 million. Mexico hadn’t been the same since…

In 1839, according to British medical records, six infectious diseases accounted for almost all deaths in Britain: TB, typhus, typhoid fever, cholera, dysentery and smallpox. No record or history of such diseases exists outside Euroasia before the advent of European adventures. Guess who ended up dying from those diseases?

If you wonder why other countries don’t like us, here’s a damned good reason. Everywhere Americans visit, they leave an ugly footprint. Just think about it, no other country tries to “open free markets” in America. Free market capitalism is what did in the Hawaiians. Dole pineapples weren’t always Dole pineapples, you know…it wasn’t until the US military crushed the Hawaiian population did we get crushed pineapples—by Americans! That’s why Captain Cook had to be dealt with.

Fake do-gooders always seem to proceed terrible results. Remember the killing of Osama Bin Laden? The CIA organized a fake vaccination program in the town where it believed Osama bin Laden was hiding in an elaborate attempt to obtain DNA from the wanted al-Qaida leader’s family. After that revelation, no one in their right minds would trust Americans.

My memory isn’t lost on the Libyan incident that left a bad taste in the mouths of world. In February 1998, nurses arrived to take jobs at Al Fateh Children’s Hospital in Benghazi, Libya’s second largest city. By August that year, children at the hospital began testing positive for H.I.V. Health authorities soon realized they had a major problem. Dozens of Bulgarian medical workers were arrested and a videotaped search of the apartment of one purported to turn up vials of H.I.V.-tainted blood. At least two of the nurses eventually confessed, but said later that they had been forced to do so under torture. Whatever the case, the incidences of H.I.V. significantly—and mysteriously?—decreased…funny how that happens.

Libya changed the medical workers’ sentences to life in prison after the families of the infected children each received $1 million. Of course, the medical workers claim they did nothing wrong. Wouldn’t you?

I know, it’s all coincidental, right? Hell no, the pattern is consistent, and following the laws of logic, white people cause a hell of a lot of drama when they want something. Lying and cheating are never out of the question when resources are at stake. Poison by disease is a long-documented tool of oppressors and colonizers. Someone is guilty. Ebola didn’t just wake up one day in West Africa and say, “I’m going to kill some people.” Ebola got there somehow. If you connect the dots, you’d say, “Don’t Ebola Me, bro’!”

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    • Definitely appreciate your feedback. Pls keep reading and share with others to escalate the dialogue. Let’s seek solutions to the scourge of racism.
      Perry Redd
      Socially Speaking Radio


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