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Ebola 'patient zero' helped a convulsing pregnant woman in Liberia before boarding a plane to America


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(NaturalNews) US President Barack Obama sent 3,000 troops to West Africa in September to stay on the offensive against Ebola, but the actual National Security of the US and its border control is now coming into question. With Ebola now popping up in the US, Americans can only shake their heads and wonder why entire branches of government aren't keeping them safe as promised. Customs couldn't recognize the threat. Agencies like the Travel and Security Administration aren't of any use for protecting Americans from a biological threat. The Department of Homeland Security is obviously of no use. Even the CDC, who are now tracking down people in a backtracking fury, are not able to contain the threat up front.

Why didn't anyone question Liberian National Thomas Eric Duncan?

With Ebola posing such a threat, why aren't Liberian travelers being screened for disease before they come into the US? Why was Thomas Eric Duncan allowed to freely fly into the US and down to Dallas, Texas, without question? Is this all a public health experiment being carried out in the US? Those who knew Thomas Eric Duncan knew that he had been helping an infected woman in Liberia just days before he left the country. According to reports, Duncan helped carry a convulsing pregnant woman to a Liberian hospital. She later died of the virus, just days before he flew out to Texas. Why wasn't Duncan's case red-flagged, especially when he admitted himself to the Dallas hospital not long after his flight from Liberia? The hospital didn't even take him seriously and sent him home with antibiotics (which are useless for treating viruses anyway).

Onlookers are beginning to conclude that Mr. Duncan was deliberately allowed to leave Liberia on September 19. While he showed no symptoms of illness upon leaving Liberia, it's all a perfect alibi. How much might a drug company pay to allow Mr. Duncan to travel to the US? Think about the return on the investment if Mr. Duncan initiated a pandemic in the US. Drug companies could compete for the new drug market they are creating. Look at how the stock market jumped for these four pharmaceutical companies after word broke out of Ebola's presence in America. People are now looking to capitalize on the illness, speculating on pharmaceutical companies' success.

Ebola poking holes in fragile US National Security

In either event, Ebola is effectively poking holes in the fragility of the country's entire National Security. Since it can stay in one's system for up to 21 days, the virus stays undercover for up to three weeks, creeping through security and customs. In the case of Mr. Duncan, the virus traveled from a convulsing pregnant woman to the Liberian national, who quickly took off to the US, ultimately landing in Dallas, Texas, where the virus reared its ugly head.

After heading home with useless antibiotics following his first hospital visit, Mr. Duncan came into contact with several family members, including five school children. When symptoms began to show, Mr. Duncan was swiftly isolated at the Texas Presbyterian Hospital. The 19-year-old woman whom he tried to help in Liberia passed away after being refused treatment at a Liberian clinic. Four other neighbors who came in contact with the woman have passed away. Mr. Duncan remains in a critical but steady condition.

There are an estimated 13,500 people from Ebola-stricken countries who currently hold visas allowing them to visit the US. The situation could possibly get worse.

To learn more about how to prepare for a potential Ebola crisis here in the U.S., be sure to check out the Natural News BioDefense.com resource:





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