Ebola not that big of a deal?

https://i0.wp.com/rack.3.mshcdn.com/media/ZgkyMDE0LzA4LzA0LzA4L0Vib2xhTWFwLjNlYTZjLmpwZwpwCXRodW1iCTEyMDB4OTYwMD4/d57713b1/376/Ebola-Map.jpgThe recent Ebola WHO information is a replay of the hype that was pushed by the media about the swine flu “epidemic” that was sure to kill us all a few years ago. That followed the SARS epidemic that never was. Please listen to your own instincts, not the screaming headlines. In a  quote from CNN today: “Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are battling the Ebola virus, which has also spread to Nigeria. The virus is believed to have infected 1,779 people, killing 961, from the start of the outbreak earlier this year through Wednesday, the World Health Organization said.” Key word here: BELIEVED. 961 people since January? Is that number big enough for billions of people in the whole world to be terrorized?  Do you want fact based health care? I do.


Ron Paul is a Physician, politics aside. This is what he has to say about the recent developments regarding the swine flu “epidemic”.

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