Ebola, MERS, PEVD and the "Red Death" - Part II

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Published on April 21, 2014

Author: uniquelee

Source: slideshare.net


Part 2 carries on from the H1N1, H5N1, H3N2 and Artificial intelligence presentation. This part explores the current Ebola virus and other potential recombinant viruses that are currently circulating such as H5N1 in Japan, Bat Coronavirus MERS in Saudi Arabia and and the PEVD (new pig virus) in America, and other connecting issues.

EBOLA, MARBURG VIRUS, MERS AND THE BLOOD RED MOON As the ebola (EBOV Zaire strain) broke out in December, initially thought to be a 2-year old, it has slowly and incrementally spread to 3 main locations; Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. The lethality of this virus is unprecedented, with a conservative steady CFR (Case-Fatality Rate) of over 75% From December until April 19th (as this presentation is being compiled), the cases of infected are rising. There are numerous issues with trying to contain such a potential destructive pathogen slipping over into neighbouring borders, or into the Air Traffic infrastructure, but curiously, the U.N and its cohorts do not seem overly concerned with quarantining or restricting access and flights to and from these 3 epicentres, which drives the first question – knowing its lethality, how long a host carries the virus (more on this statistic later), and how it can be transmitted, why the casual indifference to what is (or could soon become) a ‘world’ problem. The second question arises - It is also troubling to note that samples of the Ebola virus have headed towards American Biolabs to confirm virus data. But, if a system is claiming to be using all means necessary to halt the spread of this contagion, why ship samples over to America. This is not a wise move. Can one expect to see the American food chain (pork and beef specifically) infected with some form of mixed strain of virus, or one of a new clade, should it ‘accidently’ escape containment?

Having been a “watchman” now for some years, since the 2008/9 H1N1 linfuenza virus and the research made during and since, the article to the left made an appearance in late 2013 concerning the augmentation of the H7N9 virus in ferrets. This article below manifested a few months later...but now, we have Ebola and MERS http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=26470

EBOLA – Is this a deliberate release to coincide or culminate with the ‘Blood Moons” later this month? As from Late March, there has been a growing number of cases of Ebola in Guinea, on the west coast of Africa. As Ebola was first classified in 1976, it should be noted that the Centers for Disease Control classified Ebola as a Bioweapon. 78 deaths as a “starting block” figure for an epidemic or outbreak like this should be cause for concern. If one looks to the historical figures, these are relatively high, and, we also have this Mycobacterium Tuberculosis strain, Mycobacterium Bovis now documented to be able to transmit virus from Dogs and cats to humans (below)

1 There are five identified subspecies of Ebola virus. Four of the five have caused disease in humans: Ebola virus (Zaire Ebola virus); Sudan virus (Sudan Ebola virus); Taï Forest virus (Taï Forest Ebola virus, formerly Côte d’Ivoire Ebola virus); and Bundibugyo virus (Bundibugyo Ebola virus). The fifth, Reston virus (Reston ebolavirus), has caused disease in nonhuman primates, but not in humans. The natural reservoir host of Ebola viruses remains unknown. However, on the basis of available evidence and the nature of similar viruses, researchers believe that the virus is zoonotic (animal-borne) with bats being the most likely reservoir. Four of the five subtypes occur in an animal host native to Africa. 1 http://www.cdc.gov

Curiously, and possibly synchronistic, there is TB and Scarlet Fever present. One has to be mindful of the various strains of flu still circulating and the Bat-derived Coronavirus and the MERS strain could be vehicles for mutation 1 Genetic analysis of the virus indicates that it is most closely related (98% match) to Ebola virus (species Zaire ebolavirus) last reported in 2009 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 1 http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/guinea/index.html April 2, 2014 - 127 probable and suspect cases, including 83 deaths - case fatality ratio: 65% April 1, 2014 - 122 probable and suspect cases, including 80 deaths -case fatality ratio: 65.6%


ICD is an anagram for Infectious and Contagious Diseases and operates like a code book for each ailment recorded The UN and its organs have set up a Global Surveillance Network which will monitor outbreaks and/or zoonotic disease epidemics and manage them, should one be deliberately or mistakenly released and termed as “bioterrorism”.

The last paragraph and statement isn’t quite true. There have been NO outbreaks over 400 (relating to deaths caused by Ebola) according to the statistics and the chronology shown earlier for highest case incidents (1976 – 280 deaths /318 cases; EVBO Zaire strain) and according to the chronology, the Libreville outbreak in Gabon occurred in 2001 (see next slide), not the 1990’s. unless Makouka (1994) Mayibout or Booue (1996) were the intended locations to cite. Clarification on this statistic and the year will be investigated, if required.


1 Ebola’s a frightening disease: it’s one of the world’s most lethal viruses, and the CDC ranks it among anthrax and smallpox as a Category A bioterrorism agent. As some have pointed out, however, other diseases are taking a much bigger toll in the developing world. 2 Ebola has killed 1,500 people in total since it was first documented in 1976 1 Why ebola outbreak scares everybody by Linda Abrams April 5, 2014 2:06am The containment issue is so important because there’s no vaccine to protect people from Ebola; there’s also no treatment or cure. Once contracted, the disease kills about 90 percent of patients. “The people who have seen cases of Ebola are really scared,” Roland Berenger, the West Africa emergency manager for aid organization Plan International, told National Geographic. ”When you see people dying, bleeding to death, and there is nothing anyone can do, you get scared.” There’s also a large amount of stigma and fear associated with Ebola, Laurie Garrett, a senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations, explained to Bloomberg News. That attitude could cause patients to seek care in hospitals far away from their local communities, further spreading the disease. “If those hospitals are not aware of what’s coming,” Garrett added, “they will quickly become cauldrons, and spread the virus internally.” 2 Mailonline, March 31 2014; Updated: 22:29

Whilst the updates for this epidemic have been slow to be released into the public realm, it would appear (and predicted) that this virus is adapting and changing, and has been in the 4 months since December 2013 and the death of the first victim, a 2-year old. Since April 2, figures released April 17th shows the numbers of confirmed cases has jumped from 122 to 197, and the CFR is still over 80%, although ‘authorities’ claim they have this epidemic “under control”; yet, curiously, the UN had advised said ‘authorities’ not to restrict travel or close borders. However, as we have seen through historical precedents and the way nature operates, we are heading into a critical juncture from April time, where milder weather turns slowly warmer, until the height of Summer in July. These are the same concerning time frames seen during the 1665 plague outbreak in London, England where the ‘authorities’ (and the inhabitants) also deemed the epidemic had passed and the worst was over. But then, the plague came back with a vengeance and took over 100,000+ dead and left 1,000 properties abandoned as people left the city in their droves. Coincidently, we also have had comets passing by overhead during the last year or two. Could the two events be connected? We are also seeing ‘authorities’ repeating what happened early in London during the distemper/plague outbreak by ceasing to release further updates on casualties and the number of CFR so as not to ‘cause undue concern’. Now, there is a new clade to consider…

There may be other factors to consider with virus evolution - The environmental signals which may confer some thoughts…such as the following headlines… Bird flu in post-fukushima radiated Japan; a new ‘all-purpose’ flu vaccine that’s only been tested on tamiflu-resistant H1N1 virus strains; rats the size of cats that are immune to pharmaceutical poisons; a 3-year old that contracted Parvovirus (dogs are usually vaccinated against Parvovirus) and lastly, flesh-eating viruses – all within 3 days of one another, April 14th -17th. All that’s missing is the Zombie or cannibal articles…

Two articles – One very serious; the other, not so. But the meme is present

A sub-harmonic meme has been running concomitantly with the Ebola situation, and that is the ‘Heart’ symbol. 2014 seems to be also the year of the heart attack, or cardiac arrests. Now, bear in mind that Ebola is a haemorrhagic virus and causes heavy internal bleeding… (do re-visit the other presentations on this site. They are ALL INTER-RELATED)

According to latest reports in Italy dated April 19th , 40 people returning from Liberia have been quarantined within an Italian hospital with suspected Ebola infection, triggering a response from the Health departments that the issue is a possible “National Defence” issue. And, in America…

Ebola ‘landing’’ in America is a plausible prospect. Samples of the Ebola strain (whichever strain it will be) were sent to West Virginia’s Biolab-4 facility, and there’s growing concern over the Pig farm and Cattle industry (and farming in general with the current Bundy ranch- Federal standoff in Texas) with the emergence of PEVD, as we all Bovine TB and the long-forgotten CJD

More information, news and data will be added as collated and interpreted. There is much data to analyze, and time is short. As soon as developments can be updated, please do check back. The author will cite if any relevant information has been added in due course (as from today, April 21st ). Do listen to the link below and consider the relevance as to the timing of this outbreak and all other information that has been included on this site. Also bear in mind this: The video below was from 5 years ago. The Ebola Zaire strain has already evolved and diversified to create a new clade within just 4 to 5 months of the first case in December 2013

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