EBOLA OUTBREAK: Genocide or Bad Vaccine?


by Robert O’Dowd


Different United States government agencies have a long history of doing allegedly defensive biological warfare research at labs in Liberia and Sierra Leone.  Did the current outbreak result from ineffective Ebola vaccines given to local populations?

(SALEM, OR) – For those of us who believe that Ebola is threat to the human race, the ‘breaking news’ is that nano silver, 10 ppm, an inexpensive nutrient, is a cure for Ebola.  The facts are nano silver, 10 ppm, is now being used in Sierra Leone to cure patients infected with Ebola.

According to Rima E. Laibow, MD, a leading advocate for the use of nano silver, 10 ppm, in curing Ebola said:

The international community says, with a single voice, that “there is no cure for Ebola” and no “prevention,” either.  They tell us that because the Ebola Virus strain devastating West Africa is a novel one, no antibiotic can touch it and that the organism has an astonishing kill rate of 90%.  Leaving aside the World Health Agency and all associated laboratories and research institutions, I find it impossible to believe that the US Government’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DFRA, Defense Department) and United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) two agencies with large budgets publishing nearly 100 scientific papers on Ebola and its treatment since 2000, could not come up with a “cure, prevention or treatment” for it.  Oh!  Wait!  They DID “come up” with a natural strategy for it: 10 PPM Nano Silver.  That’s right!  OOPS!  US Government, WHO and their associated minions are lying!  Again!

And the kill rate for this disease of convenience, genetically engineered to be more deadly than ever before, just happens, I am sure coincidentally, to be the exact number depopulationists like Bill Gates and George Soros have wet dreams about: 90%.


Pharmaceutical companies can’t make money off of nano silver, 10 ppm, but they can make a fortune off of an Ebola vaccine, especially if there’s a pandemic.

While searching for information on Ebola on the internet, I ran across news  story published in Sierra Leona on the effectiveness of nano silver, 10 ppm, in curing Ebola in that West African country.  Nano Silver prevents the Ebola virus from entering the cell and puts your immune system into overdrive.

Confirmation of Nano Silver’s effectiveness and questions about the opposition of the WHO and the FDA to its use were raised in a Sierra Leona Times Press earlier this month:

A government official in Sierra Leone says that some people are recovering from Ebola because of a new treatment. The Minister of Information Alpha Kanu recently wrote in a letter that “this works; people are getting better.”

But efforts to get this information and the treatment itself to people have met with great opposition on the part of the United States FDA and others. At this point, every option to treat Ebola, both pharmaceutical and natural, remains experimental. So why is this one option being met with so much resistance?

The option that has Kanu’s enthusiastic approval is a nutrient that is not manufactured by a big-name pharmaceutical company. It is called Nano Silver, in a 10 parts-per-million solution, made by the non-profit Natural Solutions Foundation. But it has not been easy to get the product to the countries that need it most.

According to a statement by NSF’s Medical Director Dr. Rima Laibow, a shipment of the product was shipped to Sierra Leone on August 20. However, it didn’t arrive until “September 28, 5 weeks later while the disease spread and people suffered and died unnecessarily because international forces opposed the simple clinical demonstration of the nutrient.” The shipment follows a statement made by the World Health Organization on August 12, reported by Mashable, that acknowledges that there is not yet a proven treatment, but even unproven options should be made available to people afflicted with Ebola.

Dr. Rima Laibow, an American medical doctor, alerted the African leadership of several West Africa countries fighting the Ebola epidemic that nano silver, 10 ppm, is a cure for Ebola. I haven’t met Dr. Rima Laibow but listened to her and others on last week’s VT radio show (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5TUdbCBuXE).  The radio show broadcast was interrupted for a short period and by VT was taken off the internet, too.  A coincidence?  I doubt it. This is just the way to send the message, “We don’t like what you’re doing and if you’re smart, stop doing it.”

The question is why would the government (the only one with the power to do this) want to keep this information from the public?  Dr. Rima is a smart lady who is standing tall and helping those in West Africa with an inexpensive treatment for Ebola. But, she fighting very powerful interests.  The World Health Organization (WHO), the CDC and the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) claim there is no cure for Ebola.  There’s support from another expert that Ebola was weaponized by the US scientists in West Africa.  Ebola was originally discovered in Central Africa.  Yes, the latest outbreak is in West Africa–thousands of miles from Central Africa–with no outbreaks between the two regions.

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Professor Francis A. Boyle in a video interview on YouTube provides a rational explanation.   Professor Boyle drafted the U.S. Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, which is the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons.  He recently said:”Different United States government agencies have a long history of doing allegedly defensive biological warfare research at labs in Liberia and Sierra Leone.  Did the current outbreak result from ineffective Ebola vaccines given to local populations?


Dr. Rima said that Ebola is airborne and can penetrate any cell in the body.  It’s a highly infectious organism.   She accused the CDC and WHO of promoting genocide. WHO stopped the Liberia government from using nano silver but got a “stick it in you know where” from the president of Sierra Leone.  She’s stepping on some very big toes.

I was glued to my chair while I listened to the VT radio broadcast.  The good news is that there no Ebola epidemic in the US.  I know it has a lengthy incubation period (up to 21 days) so maybe I’m jumping the gun and I sure as hell hope not.

An Army Reston VA lab darn near lost control of an experiment of an earlier version of Ebola in 1989, killing all of the monkeys in separate rooms and infecting three men with the virus.  This early version of Ebola was airborne.

In 1989, Reston, VA — one of the most famous U.S. planned communities located about 10 miles from Washington DC — stood at the epicenter of a potential biological disaster. This well-known story was narrated by Richard Preston in a bone chilling account related to the recognition and containment of a devastating tropical filovirus at a monkey facility — the Reston Primate Quarantine Unit. Preston sold something like 2.5 million copies of The Hot Zone.

In a wild attempt at revisionist history, the Obama administration is today telling us that Ebola can’t be airborne; that it can’t spread via contaminated surfaces; and that we are all in no real danger from it. The Hot Zone tells a very different story of what happened with a strain of Ebola that was named “Reston” because it got out of control in Reston, Virginia and was barely contained. The last thing that anyone in their right mind would want is an Ebola pandemic that kills millions.

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