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Thursday, July 20, 2017

WHY AMERICA KILLS INNOCENT PEOPLE BUT FEAR TERRORISTS?


Ground zero: The 9/11 terrorist attack reveals how weak America's security and intelligence are

Ground zero: The 9/11 terrorist attack reveals how weak America's security and intelligence are




How many times are we going to use this great Ghanaian proverb? "One who decapitates people's head fears to sleep because he scared someone else will decapitate his head"

Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that on an average day, 93 Americans are killed with guns. On average, there are nearly 12,000 gun homicides a year in the U.S. For every one person killed with guns, two more are injured.

Despite these high gun-related deaths taking its toll on the American population, the American government doesn't fear gun, instead, fears Ebola and terrorists, but why? 

Gun related crimes, deaths, and suicides taking place in America daily are considered local problems but terrorism which is always invincible and takes the government by surprise is a great concern to the American government.


The threat of terrorism is haunting America


America boasts of military prowess, security, and intelligence but aftermath the 9/11 terrorists attack, the American government realized that there is nothing profitable in foolish pride. That attack could have easily be prevented.

The threat of terrorism is haunting America and Donald Trump thinks the best solution to fight this threat is to ban seven Muslim-majority countries, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, and Libya, to enter America.

The American government has had conflicts with all the seven banned Muslim countries, thus, the government fears payback because it is likely that any of the seven countries could strike the country. Imagine what America did to Libya and Iraq. 


They invaded the two Muslim countries, killed its leaders, including women and children. In 1998, America destroyed Osama bin Laden's 'chemical weapons' factory in Sudan but it turned out that the factory made medicine.

The American government has generated tons of hatred for its citizens, mainly because the government covers up crimes and interferes in other governments' political affairs.  


The American government kills West African citizens with Ebola


The Ebola virus is an artificial disease, created by scientists in the US military, as a biowarfare product for defending purposes and also for the US government bioweapons project for the global depopulation. Unlike Aids, which was earlier used in Africa before spreading, Ebola is one of the most dangerous and deadly man-made bio-weapons.

If Aids-related death is slow, then effective Ebola will do the job quickly, that's the notion of the creation of the virus by the American government. And always poor people are the victims. 

The disease was purposely triggered in the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. Aftermath the medical genocide, Europe, and America then closed its borders to prevent the spread into their countries.

Every business sector in the affected countries came to a halt, affecting every sector. While the governments of the three countries which are not adequately prepared were badly affected, international aid was delayed by the World Health Organization to allow the victims to die. Like Aids, those responsible for Ebola have escaped justice once again. 

Since the virus is already created in the laboratory, the American government uses it whenever it's possible but that's not going to last long because many world leaders, including Africa, Vladimir Putin of Russia, and Kim Jong -UN of North Korea are aware of the medical crimes.

Apart from Aids, Ebola, Zika biowarfare products, America has created many man-made diseases. Is this part of democracy or the definition of superpower? The question is what comes next now that the American government has been exposed after triggering Ebola in West Africa? 


Terrorists want to use Ebola bio-weapon on Americans

From the time independent scientists and world leaders, including Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un exposed the American government of testing Ebola virus on African soil, terrorists are trying every means to invent or get the virus to strike America with it. This has become one of the nightmares of the American government.

Thus, there is a justification if the American government is scared of terrorists and the Ebola virus at the same time because terrorists are unpredictable, while Ebola is extremely dangerous and deadly. The whole world saw its devastation in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.






"To protect and defend the Constitution of America, so help me God." Every American leader swears this oath before taking office. Sadly, that protection and defending mean following the government's bio-weapons project for global depopulation, leading to the killing of innocent people in Africa and other Third World Countries.


North Korea versus the American government

If you live in a glass house, you don't have to throw stones. It would have been better for the American government to keep away from interfering in other governments' politics. The government called both Kim Jong-Un and the Philippine leader, Rodrigo Duterte, killers.

You can't call someone a killer while you are responsible for the death of thousands of people across the globe with Aids and Ebola biowarfare products. Smartness is a form of stupidity and this is one of the reasons America has fallen from grace to grass. 

The country has totally lost respect in the eyes of world leaders and nothing at all can bring back that glory or respect. North Korea will continue to humiliate and disgrace America. 

Kim Jong-Un treated Otto Warmbier very badly because that's the way America treats Third World Countries. A wicked and a useless government doesn't deserve any mercy.

We write the truth, the reason our blog is one of the best widely read health blogs. The truth is not for sale yet many can't afford it. This is the time to afford it, no matter how bitter it is to make this world a better place and America shouldn't treat people the way they wouldn't like to be treated.

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