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The Ebola covert op: 30 answers to “who benefits?”

The Ebola covert op: 30 answers to “who benefits?” by Jon Rappoport “In any major covert op, there are always multiple objectives and levels of opportunity, and they are not wasted. The interesting thing is, 99.99% of the players who benefit don’t even realize the whole thing is a planned op.” [...]

Ebola Threat Causes Chocolate Industry to Spend $600,000: 60% of Worlds Cocoa from West Africa

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the largest chocolate suppliers have been donating money to keep the two largest chocolate-generating countries in Africa stay Ebola free, as they have been for the last two years. That is great for business and even for keeping chocolate consumers safe, [...]

Obama speaks with aides about second Ebola case

David Jackson, USA TODAY (Photo: Brendan Smialowski, AFP/Getty Images) President Obama met Monday with senior aides about Ebola, including the question of how a second person in Dallas contracted the deadly virus. “The President was briefed on the status of the investigation [...]

‘Surge’ of Ebola personnel sent to Dallas

By Justin Sink – 10/13/14 05:27 PM EDT A “surge” of personnel and other resources has been sent to Dallas to help discover how a nurse was infected with Ebola, top health officials told President Obama during an Oval Office meeting on Monday. The president stressed that the investigation into [...]

How the World Let the Ebola Epidemic Spiral Out of Control

A swift international response could have contained the outbreak. From   A health worker loads a suspected Ebola patient into the back of an ambulance in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Wednesday, September 24, 2014. [...]

Key Question: How Did Dallas Worker Contract Ebola?

CBS DFW DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – How did it happen?   That’s the big question as U.S. health officials investigate the case of a Dallas health worker who treated an Ebola patient and ended up with the disease herself. These are professionals and this is the United States, where the best [...]

To stop Ebola, US must be able to diagnose it quickly

  By Stephen Schaffner and Pardis Sabeti Health care workers at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas waited for the arrival of a possible Ebola patient on Wednesday.   Last week witnessed two notable events in the 2014 Ebola outbreak, one heartening, one disturbing. Nigeria, after [...]

Communication Resources

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