Originally published April 24 2015
Big Pharma propagandists claim Ebola could cause 16,000 deaths... from measles
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The official story regarding the Ebola outbreak has gone from hokey to downright ludicrous with new reports claiming that, if Ebola isn't eradicated from West Africa soon, 100,000 people will get sick and 16,000 people will die -- from measles!
Yep, the measles scare campaign is now merging with Ebola into one single, bizarre, pro-vaccine hybrid narrative that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. The mainstream media says that children won't be able to get their MMR vaccines if hospitals are bogged down with Ebola patients, which will somehow snowball into a massive measles pandemic.
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and four separate universities reportedly claim that Ebola is interrupting "normal" health services like childhood immunizations, which threatens to unleash separate epidemics of conditions like measles.
"Measles in particular is known to show up during or after humanitarian crises because it's so infectious," contends Justin Lessler, an assistant professor of infectious disease epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, during a recent press briefing.
"The disruptions (in healthcare and vaccinations) would lead to nearly 400,000 additional unvaccinated children across the three countries. This number of unvaccinated children would be in additional [sic] to an already considerable at-risk population and significantly increases the likelihood of a major measles outbreak occurring and the impact of one if it were to occur," Lessler said, as reported by WIRED.
You'd better get your MMR vaccine before you catch Ebola and die from measles! Oh, the horror! Because you, the gullible public, apparently didn't respond to the Ebola crisis how the powers that be wanted you to, and because the subsequent measles scare has yet to be effective in generating a mob-driven elimination of vaccine exemptions, the tricksters in power are combining both crises and attempting the whole charade again.
Except this latest plot twist is so farcical that it borders on intentional satire. Unless the U.S. sends in troops to "stabilize" West Africa, we're now told, a non-existent measles pandemic will suddenly sweep the world and kill thousands of people and injure bajillions, all because measles just shows up out of nowhere, like an uninvited party crasher, whenever there's a "humanitarian crisis."
Right, and I've got some ocean-front property to sell you in Kansas -- but you'd better act quickly, or it might die of measles after catching Ebola! This is how low the mainstream media is stooping these days, literally mocking the intelligence of the public with inane fables that belong in the script of a cheesy C-list horror film, not national headlines.
Truth be told, measles is among the least deadly diseases known to man. Similar to chicken pox, measles has long been a normal rite of passage for children, invoking permanent, lifelong immunity. In fact, televisions shows from the 1950s and 1960s, as we recently reported, openly joked about children catching measles and families having measles "parties."
So even if measles really was a threat due to Ebola (which it isn't), it wouldn't be all that concerning, at least not in the way these scientists are claiming. There are so many other diseases worth worrying about that are far more deadly -- but because they don't fit the current vaccination agenda, you probably won't hear about them in the media.
"Diseases you should ACTUALLY worry about when healthcare infrastructure is down in a Sub-Saharan African country: Pneumonia, Malaria, Typhus, Dysentery, TB [tuberculosis]," wrote one WIRED commenter. "Measles is (although very virile) not a disease with high mortality."
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