Posts Tagged Joseph P. Farrel
October 21, 2014
The video below by Joseph P. Farrell encapsulates my thoughts on the Ebola Issue rather well. He discusses Ebola and information provided by Jon Rappoport in his article:
A lot of factors regarding Ebola are not making any sense. For instance, either the medical establishment was not prepared for this, even though this has been an ongoing issue for months, or the gross incompetence regarding this potentially dangerous and highly volatile situation is preposterous.
Sprinkle onto that the fact that the CDC has patented Ebola [one musk ask, why?] and we have the makings of a dubious development that has far-reaching implications. Lest we forget, that those Ebola patents dovetail nicely into the Ebola vaccine agenda, don’t they?
With that said however, being a prepper household, in a sense of prudence, we have planned accordingly. Regardless if this issue is an elaborate psy-op, or a real one, it is always prudent to be prepared and learn from developing scenarios. Experience is one of the greatest teachers.
We surely aren’t panicking, even though we live right smack in the middle of Texas – less than an hour from ‘ground zero’ so to speak. But that does not mean that we should not investigate what we can to find out how [un]reliable the CDC has been overtime in similar instances. A great question to ask is, have they ever openly deceived us? And if so, why would they not do it again? Who stands to benefits?
People will of course pose the question ‘If it isn’t Ebola then what is it?’. The aforementioned linked article by Mr. Rappoport covers some of the possible causes very incisively
Lastly, the best thing that it seems one can do is live a healthy life. That starts by making sure that not only you are eating healthy foods, but also making sure you are getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals that your body needs to combat those pesky viral invaders.
P.S. The loss of life that has taken place is not being debated in this missive. What is being debated are the actual facts behind those unfortunate losses since the CDC has been shown to be unreliable in the past.
P.S.S. Also, the fact that the large majority of the deaths that have taken place could be due to a myriad of factors which have plagued the continent of Africa for some time, and you can see why it is sensible to have an open minded especially since the tests to diagnose Ebola are extremely unreliable.