A deadly combination of African witchcraft, liberal open borders policies, and deluded White Christian missionaries have turned the almost always fatal Ebola contagion into a threat to the entire world.
The current Ebola outbreak is now the worst on record, with hundreds having died from the disease in West Africa. The exact numbers of dead are, of course, unknown, because the chaotic nature of these Third World “governments” are mostly administrations in name only, with government officials barely knowing how many Africans live within their ill-defined borders, never mind how many die from the disease in isolated villages.
Ebola is transmitted through close contact with the blood, secretions, organs, or other bodily fluids of infected animals.
In Africa, infection has happened as a result of close contact with chimpanzees, gorillas, fruit bats, monkeys, forest antelope, porcupines, and other animals. The disease has made the jump to Africans either through sexual contact with animals (bestiality is extremely widespread on the continent) or through the eating of infected meat.
Once a person is infected, the virus spreads to other people through contact with any body fluid—including sweat, blood, saliva, urine, stools, semen, or vaginal discharges. A person can also become infected if broken skin comes into contact with a victim's soiled clothing, bed linen, or used needles.
It is therefore, highly contagious and its long incubation period—up to three weeks—means that an infected person can easily pass undetected until it is too late.
According to British doctor Benjamin Black, 32, a volunteer with the charity Médecins Sans Frontières in Sierra Leone, African belief in witchcraft is “hampering the fight” to stop the spread of the disease.
He said that some of those in infected areas were not seeking medical treatment as they thought the disease was the work of sorcerers. In an interview with The Telegraph, Dr Black said: “There is a section of population here who simply don’t believe Ebola is real; they think it is witchcraft and so they don’t come to the treatment centers.
“Sometimes, even those who turn up at clinics with symptoms of the disease will be resistant to the idea that they have it. They will say 'yes, people in my family have died already, but this is witchcraft rather than Ebola’.”
Another problem, he added, was that the medics’ spaceman-like attire frightened locals. In Guinea, some village chiefs have barred medics from entering, claiming that they are actually spreading the disease. Other teams of doctors have been threatened by mobs with machetes.
“Many patients who come to us are already very sick by the time they do so, and so often all people see at the clinic is a doctor sticking a needle in someone for a blood test and then them dying shortly afterwards,” said Dr Black.
“That becomes a conspiracy theory that we are actually injecting them with something that kills them.”
Local funeral customs often include the practice of touching and kissing loved ones’ bodies, which by that stage are a prime incubator of Ebola.
Dr Black also revealed exactly how contagious the disease is: After working, each medic disrobes in a special non-contaminated area, where each garment has to be sprayed with chlorine as it is removed.
Outside of work, they also observe a strict “no touch” policy, whereby even handshakes are forbidden. “At first it’s a reflex to touch other people when you interact with them, but it soon becomes normal,” Dr Black said. “A lot of health workers have unfortunately contacted the illness already, and the risks are very high.”
The possibility of the disease spreading outside of the already infected areas is made high because of the open borders policy followed by most Western nations.
There have already been several scares in Britain and the US where newly-arrived Africans have been tested for the disease, but of most concern is the deliberate decision to bring back at least 60 “aid” workers from the Christian missionary charity Samaritan’s Purse to the US—including an attempt to evacuate a doctor and missionary who have full-blown Ebola symptoms.
Dr. Kent Brantly, a Texas doctor working for Boone-based Samaritan’s Purse, and Nancy Writebol, a Charlotte missionary with Serving in Mission, are both infected with the Ebola virus, and are set to return to an Atlanta hospital on a specially-equipped aircraft.
This will be the first time that patients with active Ebola infection have entered the Western Hemisphere.
This move, of course, poses a major threat, and the logical preventative measure would be to close down all international travel from the entire region, rather than risk transmission.
However, this would be directly contrary to the “open borders” policy in which liberals so fanatically believe, so it seems that they would rather expose Europe and the rest of the world to this contagion than admit the insanity of their policies.