Thursday, October 9, 2014

Why is The US Sending 3,000 Troops to Ebola-Stricken Countries?


Why is The US Sending 3,000 Troops to Ebola-Stricken Countries?

Posted by  Louise Turner

‘What appears to be a humanitarian mission coming from the US is beginning to look a lot like a military takeover with the threat of potential vaccination and drug experimentation on West Africans. President Obama is ordering 3,000 US troops to the Ebola-afflicted region in Monrovia, Liberia. Seventeen treatments centers are set to be erected, housing around 100 beds apiece. The real question here is: “Why is the military being used?”

Soldiers take orders and are trained to use force when needed. What a perfect opportunity to test out experimental vaccines and drugs on desperate Africans who may now be forced to comply with military medical authorities under martial law conditions. If the situation escalates, West African people aren’t going to feel too comfortable watching the US military take over martial law duty on their land. In any event, the presence of 3,000 soldiers may bring suspicions among the African villagers.’

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Well we know why... These countries are rich in mineral assets.  The World Bank/IMF has promised them US$400 million in secured funds for the stricken economies... which means they put a lien on the minerals and when they don't pay back the terms (which of course they will be forced into a situation they can't do so) they then own the assets which they can then put through the miracle instant money derivative machines to create cash flow for banksters! -AK

See Dani's articles on Ebola HERE:

Updated: 10/9/2014  Dani has another article up on her Transpicuous News blog, including, believe it or not the latest mainstream news ridiculousness about Ebola-Zombies.... (I kid you not!).... take a peek HERE:

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