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Sunday, April 29, 2018

THE TRUTH ABOUT AIDS AND EBOLA REACHED AFRICA


ModernGhana News website leads African news websites to educate Africans about the true origin of Aids and Ebola

ModernGhana News website leads African news websites to educate Africans about the true origin of Aids and Ebola



Africans, including Ghanaians news readers, as usual woke up one morning to start reading the news about Aids and Ebola on ‘ModernGhana,’ website but nobody has no idea how together with scientist Johan Van Dongen and Dr. Wolff Geisler, our efforts to write the truth about Aids and Ebola have been a nightmare from an unseen forces and an empire of deceitful enemies.



Actually, I don’t have friends but I lost the little that I have because of fear and cowardliness. They feel protected without associating themselves with me because I am writing sensitive articles which may put their families’ lives in danger if they keep on interacting with me. You’ll actually know how coward some people are which has led to the abuse of Africans.

Those who bully and dominate others know they fear to react, they, therefore keep on harming the victim more and more. That’s the situation in Africa or the character of many Africans. Foreign countries such Britain and the US know the fear syndrome in Africa. Standing on that fear Europe and America have decimated and ruined the African continent without remedy.

Take, for instance, slavery, colonial aggression and brutality, Apartheid and medical crimes such as Aids and Ebola. Who are responsible? It’s Western Europe and the US government. The saddest part is that all those responsible for such heinous crimes in Africa have escaped with impunity, yet, African leaders often accused of the same crime are imprisoned by the International Court of Justice.

It worth a lot to ask African leaders, why they have permitted foreign leaders to treat Africans in such a manner? Are we not human beings? Before I discovered ModernGhana, God only knows what we (Johan Van Dongen and Joel Savage) have gone through on social media because authorities wouldn’t like our articles to be ready for the world to know the truth about the Aids and Ebola.

The Facebook profile of scientist Johan Van Dongen was hacked more than a dozen times to prevent him posting our articles on Facebook. His profile was suspended more than six times. His account on LinkedIn was also suspended. While he was going through those frustrating obstacles, I am also facing the same obstacles.

My Twitter page was suspended with accusation that I have violated their rules. I hit back by writing this article: 


“I haven’t Violated Any Of Your Rules Twitter”- Joel Savage. The quickly lifted the suspension with a letter of apology: Hello,

Your account is now unlocked, and we’re sorry for the inconvenience.

Twitter has automated systems that find and remove automated spam accounts and it looks like your account got caught up in one of these spam groups by mistake. This sometimes happens when an account exhibits automated behavior in violation of the Twitter Rules (https://twitter.com/rules).


Again, we apologize for the inconvenience. Please do not respond to this email as replies will not be monitored. 

After this apology, Twitter has never suspended my profile again.
I had the opportunity to write for one of Europe’s leading newspapers, ‘Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper.’ After series of articles given me a global recognition, all of sudden everything came to an end. The paper published an article I wrote entitled: ‘“Holland’s Professor Johan Van Dongen Challenges Belgium’s Scientist Guido van der Groen over the origins of Ebola.’

Unknowing after the publication the article the Belgium government in panic has contacted the editor of Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper to remove the article from the website without my knowledge to cover up the information provided in the article about Aids and Ebola. As soon as I was informed by one of the thousands of readers that the article has disappeared from the web, I quit writing for Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper.

Many of my readers don’t know the reason I stopped writing for the newspaper. To make things easier for me, I wrote: WHY I STOPPED WRITING FOR DIPLOMATIC ASPECTS NEWSPAPER. In another development, my profile suddenly disappeared from the website of social media bebee.com.

Bebee.com is one of the fast-growing social media websites. The website writes  about ‘Successful Personal Branding’ and welcomes everyone with ‘Connect with professionals in your field and bees with whom you share interests on beBee.com Social network specialized in affinity hives.’

Bebee.com has over 48,000 registered health professionals. We believe that they are finding our articles uncomfortable since there is so many false information on the websites of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Diseases Control about Aids and Ebola. The reason they deliberately deleted my profile.

My dear Africans and fellow Ghanaians, now you’ll understand the reason I am congratulating ModernGhana News. They have opened a channel for the entire Africans to know the truth about certain medical crimes Europe and America were responsible and trying hard to cover up.

In regard to African leaders, I can’t decide or make decisions for you but what I will tell you is if you really love Africa or Africans, stop depending on foreign aid from advanced countries such as Britain and America. That aid comes at a deadly cost.

Slavery, colonial aggression, Apartheid, Aids, and Ebola were the hand works of Britain, America, Holland, Belgium, etc. They haven’t finished with Africa yet, more destruction underway and nobody knows what’s next. Kick the US military from Africa or keep them.


Editorial

Articles on ModernGhana website are co-written by Joel Savage, Johan Van Dongen, and Wolff Geisler. Since all the names of the writers can't appear, I am representing my co-writers. Thank you.

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