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Thursday, April 25, 2019

THE US GOVERNMENT EBOLA GENOCIDE IN AFRICA


Ebola is a biological weapon and the US government is responsible. There is no escape route this time

Ebola is a biological weapon and the US government is responsible. There is no escape route this time


Averages of nearly 20 new cases of the Ebola virus are being documented every day in two northeast provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Both areas just so happen to be hotbeds for conflict where political tensions run high.


Many of the victims are being noticed outside treatment centers after they refuse to seek help, officials said. The epidemic has left more than 700 dead and affected more than 1,000 people.

As a matter of fact, some people who have contracted Ebola are deciding that they would rather die at home than seek treatment as conspiracy theories give way to distrust of the government and of health workers currently handling the crisis.

In addition to battling a destructive disease, health workers are having to dismiss speculations that the disease is manufactured and that the millions of dollars spent on the response are part of a money-making scheme scornfully referred to as the "Ebola business."

"We have lost the trust of the community," Tariq Riebl of the nonprofit International Rescue Committee told one news outlet.

A recent study has shown that 25 percent of people surveyed in the affected areas do not trust that Ebola is true, while 36 percent thought it was made-up to disrupt the region. "It's all about money, that we're getting bonuses for cases we find, that prolonging the response helps the business side," Riebl said, listing some of the falsehoods that have been heard in local communities.

"Some people in Butembo even believe that when you go there they inject you with the disease," according to Anifa Vahavi who is a demographic researcher working in Butembo, which is one of the worst-affected areas. She has met cynicism about Ebola's existence and origins, and questions about why aid workers take extra precautions when treating it compared to malaria or cholera.

Ebola treatment centers started by the central government in partnership with international aid groups have been met with disbelief. Designed to isolate and treat suspected cases of Ebola and staffed by health workers wearing bulky "space suits," the centers come with an increased presence of police and military forces. 

Extremely deep-rooted opposition to the government in the areas affected by the epidemic means that even the arrival of foreign aid is treated with hesitation.

However, all is not at a loss, Health Minister Oly Ilunga Kalenga recently returned from a visit to the affected area of Butembo and went on record stating that "community mistrust" had even been fueled by candidates running for office.

"When the outbreak started in August, it was during the electoral period, so unfortunately, some local politicians deliberately spread lies to boost popularity ahead of elections," he said.

He's more optimistic now that the elections have taken place, saying that a vaccination campaign-which reached more than 100,000 people in the Ebola-effected region have been effective. "Things are improving," he added.

Aid agencies have also taken unique steps to try to moderate local suspicions about the Ebola response, including changing how they are handling burials of the deceased.

An average of nearly 20 new cases of the Ebola virus are being documented every day in two northeast provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Both areas just so happen to be hotbeds for conflict where political tensions run high.

Many of the victims are being noticed outside treatment centers after they refuse to seek help, officials said. The epidemic has left more than 700 dead and affected more than 1,000 people.

As a matter of fact, some people who have contracted Ebola are deciding that they would rather die at home than seek treatment as conspiracy theories give way to distrust of the government and of health workers currently handling the crisis.

In addition to battling a destructive disease, health workers are having to dismiss speculations that the disease is manufactured and that the millions of dollars spent on the response is part of a money-making scheme scornfully referred to as the "Ebola business."

"We have lost the trust of the community," Tariq Riebl of the nonprofit International Rescue Committee told one news outlet.
A recent study has shown that 25 percent of people surveyed in the affected areas do not trust that Ebola is true, while 36 percent thought it was made-up to disrupt the region. 

"It's all about money, that we're getting bonuses for cases we find, that prolonging the response helps the business side," Riebl said, listing some of the falsehoods that have been heard in local communities.

"Some people in Butembo even believe that when you go there they inject you with the disease," according to Anifa Vahavi who is a demographic researcher working in Butembo, which is one of the worst-affected areas. 

She has met cynicism about Ebola's existence and origins, and questions about why aid workers take extra precautions when treating it compared to malaria or cholera.

Ebola treatment centers started by the central government in partnership with international aid groups have been met with disbelief. 

Designed to isolate and treat suspected cases of Ebola and staffed by health workers wearing bulky "space suits," the centers come with an increased presence of police and military forces. 

Extremely deep-rooted opposition to the government in the areas affected by the epidemic means that even the arrival of foreign aid is treated with hesitation.

However, all is not at a loss, Health Minister Oly Ilunga Kalenga recently returned from a visit to the affected area of Butembo and went on record stating that "community mistrust" had even been fueled by candidates running for office.

"When the outbreak started in August, it was during the electoral period, so unfortunately, some local politicians deliberately spread lies to boost popularity ahead of elections," he said.

He's more optimistic now that the elections have taken place, saying that a vaccination campaign-which reached more than 100,000 people in the Ebola-affected region have been effective. "Things are improving," he added.

Aid agencies have also taken unique steps to try to moderate local suspicions about the Ebola response, including changing how they are handling burials of the deceased.




Editorial 


There are some health writers who have been paid by the World Health Organization, the US government and the Centers for Disease Control to write false articles about Ebola as a deceitful means to deceive the general public to acknowledge the fact that Ebola is a biological weapon by the US government. This is the reason we created this blog to expose those criminals.

I quote "In addition to battling a destructive disease, health workers are having to dismiss speculations that the disease is manufactured and that the millions of dollars spent on the response are part of a money-making scheme scornfully referred to as the "Ebola business."

This is not mere speculation, it's hundred percent accurate and true. West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, and also Congo, all suffered Ebola at the hands of the US government to reduce the population, destabilize the countries economy and to take control of the rich mineral deposits of the countries. It is indeed Ebola business.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

How Can Finance Minister Ofori-Atta Trust The US Government With Ghana’s Economy?





The Finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta- photo credit: Ghana media




I don't like the US government, whether Democrats or Republicans, they are all a bunch of unfaithful, deceitful hardened criminals, who have made Americans unsafe because of their criminal activities.


I work eight hours a day, thus; forty hours per week. During my leisure hours, I will not exhaust my precious time to generate conflicts between NDC and NPP in Ghana. 

Instead, I will use my time wisely to expose the US government because many Africans at home have no idea about this evil government hiding under the canopy of Democracy.


On 31 December 2015, on the order of a court, 3,000 emails were published based on the personal correspondence of Hillary Clinton, which passed through her private mail when she was Secretary of State. This blunder later undermined her race to the White House.

Some of her emails clearly, delineate the geopolitical and economic framework that led France and the United Kingdom to the decision to overthrow a stable and one of the best governments in Africa under Muammar Gaddafi of Libya. Libya is one of the world’s richest countries and the largest African producer of oil and gas.

Hillary’s email, an UNCLASSIFIED US Department of State Case No- F-2014-20439 Doc No- C05785522, sent on April 2, 2011, by the official Sidney Blumenthal, a former close associate of Bill Clinton before Hillary, was titled “ France's client & Qaddafi's gold. ”  

The summarized contents of the mail are:

France has clear economic interests at stake in the attack on Libya.

The French government has organized the anti-Gaddafi factions by initially feeding the coup leaders with weapons, money, militia trainers (even suspected of links with Al-Qaeda), intelligence and special forces on the ground.


The reasons for Sarkozy's action are above all economic and geopolitical, which the US official summarizes in 5 points:



    1. Sarkozy's desire to obtain a greater share of Libya's oil production. 
    2.  Increase the influence of France in North Africa
    3. Improve Sarkozy's internal political position
    4. Give the French military an opportunity to reassume its position as a world power
    5. Respond to the concern of his advisers about Gaddafi's plans to supplant France as a dominant power in French-speaking Africa.

However, the main reason for the French military attack was Gaddafi's plan to supplant the African French Franc (CFA) with a new pan African currency.
In summary, Blumenthal said:


  • Gaddafi's large gold and silver reserves, estimated at 143 tons of gold and a similar amount of silver, pose a serious threat to the French CFA, the main African currency.


  • The gold accumulated from Libya was to be used to establish a Pan-African currency based on the Libyan gold dinar.


  • This plan was to give the countries of Francophone Africa an alternative to the French CFA franc.


  • The main concern on the French side is that Libya brings North Africa to economic independence with the new pan-African currency.


  • French intelligence discovered a Libyan plan to compete with the CFA franc immediately after the rebellion began, prompting Sarkozy to go to war directly and block Gaddafi with military action.

That’s how the invasion and destruction of one of the best countries in the world started.

About education, I will never underestimate any Ghanaian because many struggled without parents to educate themselves, filling some of the best positions in the country. But one thing for a very long time can’t still find the reason or answer is: Why every Ghanaian leader trusts the US government?

As intelligent Ghanaian leaders, I thought they should have known what the US government stands for. American governments don’t help any African country to grow. They overthrow Kwame Nkrumah because he was too clever and had good plans for the entire African continent.

The US government collaborated with the Belgian government to kill Patrice Lumumba because Congo had independence from Belgium. Thus, it still baffles me whenever I read about a deal between Ghana and the United States to deepen economic cooperation for the mutual benefit of the two countries. Mutual what?

How can Ghana enter into economic cooperation with a country which doesn’t want to see progress in any African country? I am expecting intelligent Ghanaian leaders to analyze the historical past events of Africa, to acknowledge the destruction and carnage the US government has caused on the continent.

Can the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, tell Ghanaians, the economic achievements in Ghana, since that agreement was signed at the Jubilee House, in Accra, last year? Again, as the Minister of Finance, how many financial institutions have collapsed under your administration?

Based on what I have read about the US government’s involvement in destroying Africa, for example, look at the way they have killed Congolese with Ebola, just because of a precious mineral called Cobalt, how would any intelligent African leader trust a government like America to sign an agreement?

I strongly believe that the US government has actually made things extremely difficult for Nana Akufo Addo. Ghana would have been better under Akufo Addo without signing any economic benefits between the two countries.

Monday, April 22, 2019

THE GAMBLE ON JESUS’ CLOTHES FOR SALVATION


Jesus on the road of agony to the crucifixion

Jesus on the road of agony to the crucifixion



Almost every Ghanaian child is raised in a family that acknowledges the essence of God. Whether a Christian or Muslim, God or Allah, means something special to us. The reason for decades, Muslims and Christians in Ghana live together as one with peace and love.


Yesterday was Easter Monday, a special day which takes its name from the fact that we remember the meeting of the angel with the women who came to the tomb where Jesus was buried. This remarkable day is now observed a public holiday throughout the whole world. 

The life of Jesus, his mission on earth and his death to save the world, sound like a fairy tale, however, since theologians and great Bible scholars have proved Jesus’ presence on this earth, mankind will not sweep his story under the carpet, no matter how hard atheists try to convince us.


According to the Jewish account, Jesus could have used three clothes, a petticoat- interula, subucula, for his humbleness, long sleeves or half sleeves; a surcoat or (tunic), or kept alive by a belt, or ( pallium, toga ) that was used in the cold season. 

The gospel reveals an astonishing account of the clothes of Jesus:  There is one about the woman who had a bleeding condition, and the issue had continued for twelve years. She had spent all her money on treatments from many doctors, and nothing had helped; in fact, the blood issue had only grown worse.

She was obviously desperate for a miracle. “When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak, because she thought, ‘If I just touch his clothes, I will be healed’ - Mark 5:27-28.

As soon as the woman touches Jesus, her bleeding stops and she knows she’s been healed. Instantly, Jesus felt that a certain power has been taken out of him. He enquires but his disciples want him to understand that can't be possible because of the crowd but Jesus insists, and the woman came forward.

Another account about Jesus' clothes which fascinates me very much is the event which took place after his crucifixion. The soldiers took his garments and divided it into four parts, a part for each soldier. 

They also took Jesus’ tunic and said to each other: "Let's not tear it up, but draw lots to whom you touch," so that the Scripture may be fulfilled which says: "They have divided my garments among themselves, and have cast lots for my coat." So did the soldiers.

Comparing the time of Jesus to this modern world, it is obvious that greed and the love for money are partly responsible for the much suffering in the world today.

Christians have been reading the Bible throughout their lives but what impact has the scriptures had on their lives? 

How I wish I could be part of the soldiers gambling on the clothes of Jesus for salvation. Instead of the search for spiritual wisdom, man has followed corruption and greed to keep other people under sub-human conditions, poor and hungry.

What is the profit of a man who gains the whole world and loses his soul at the end? We were born with nothing and everyone leaves with nothing.

So, those at the top should always remember the people at the bottom, who are suffering because without them they will be no chance for them to occupy the posts they are enjoying.