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Ebola 'a deliberate attack on Africa'?

11 August 2014, 13:37 Ken Onodjayeke

Those of you who know about the outbreak of the Ebola virus in the 1970's, will agree with me that it was in Central Africa that it first broke out. it was contained and it was rested. How many years from that time until now? No sign of it until now.

Suddenly it resurrected from West Africa which was not it's primary source and it even has a new strain and nobody is seeing anything wrong with the picture?

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The bats and primate theory didn't come up when it started in the 70's. So where did they get that from when the whites are busy using pigs and primates to experiment on the virus?

One thing is clear to me: this new outbreak is a deliberate attack on Africa, be they the big pharmaceutical giants who are currently holding the antidote, be they their military harnessing it as a bioweapon or be they their crazy scientists always playing god with their experiments and it went out of control.

Also Read: West Africa feels knock-on effects of Ebola battle

For what is worth, African leaders should come together to investigate the source of it with a view to trace it back to the people responsible for this onslaught and drag them to the ICC for prosecution for crimes against a continent.


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