perjantai 30. lokakuuta 2015

Soros / CIA Plan to Destabilize Europe

Soros / CIA Plan to Destabilize Europe

Wayne MADSEN | 24.09.2015 | 00:00

Just as the dark forces of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and George Soros’s multi-billion dollar network of non-governmental organizations plotted to destabilize the Middle East and North Africa through the use of social media to bring about the so-called «Arab Spring», these same forces have opened a new chapter in their book of global dysfunctionality by facilitating the mass movement of refugees and economic migrants from the Middle East, Asia, and Africa to Europe.

In March 2011, Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi predicted what would happen to Europe if the stability of his country was undermined by the Western powers. In an interview with «France 24», Qaddafi correctly predicted, «There are millions of blacks who could come to the Mediterranean to cross to France and Italy, and Libya plays a role in security in the Mediterranean».

Qaddafi’s son, Saif al Islam Qaddafi, who has been sentenced to death by the radical Libyan regime that governs Tripoli, echoed his father’s comments in the same interview with the French news network. Saif said: «Libya may become the Somalia of North Africa, of the Mediterranean. You will see the pirates in Sicily, in Crete, in Lampedusa. You will see millions of illegal immigrants. The terror will be next door». As seen with recent events, Saif was right on target.

Indeed, for Europe, the terror is literally next door.

It is estimated that as many as 4000 radical jihadists, young men who are veterans of the terrorist holocausts of Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, have taken advantage of the absence of European Union external and internal Schengen border controls to either return to Europe or enter Europe for the first time. Many of the young male «migrants» have iPhones, bank ATM cards, multiple passports, and ample cash, hardly what would expect to be found in the possession of legitimate war refugees.

Not only have black Africans inundated southern Europe after making dangerous boat trips from North Africa, including Libya, but Syrian refugees, mostly created as the result of the West’s mass transfer of captured arms caches from Libya to Syrian jihadists after the overthrow of Qaddafi, thus triggering the bloody Syrian civil war, are streaming by boat and by land into the very heart of Europe.

Soros, who is nothing more than a multi-billionaire front man for the even wealthier Rothschild banking family of Western Europe, oversaw the complete destruction of the nation-states of southeastern Europe that now permit practical unfettered access of civil war and economic migrants from Syria, Iraq, North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Sri Lanka, and other war- and poverty-ravaged nations of the Third World.
As a result of his programs to re-engineer nations, Soros first helped destroy the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with the active help of the European Union and NATO.

The seven independent republics that once constituted Yugoslavia, now serve as major transit routes for perhaps tens of thousands and an impending hundreds of thousands of non-European migrants. Greece, which is suffering under austerity «vulturism» directed by European central and private bankers, including Soros and his Rothschild overseers, can hardly deal with the massive influx of refugees. The bankers have ensured that Greece cannot even provide the basic social services for its own people let alone refugees from civil war zones and nations suffering from collapsed governments and economies.

Macedonia, which continues to reel from an attempted Ukraine-style «themed revolution» courtesy of neocons in the Obama administration like Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland, was unable to hold back a mass invasion of refugees from Greece. Many of the refugees who treated the Greek-Macedonian border as a non-existent nuisance piled across it into Macedonia and onward into Serbia. The migrants have sought any way possible to reach welcoming Austria and Germany. Refugees in Budapest swamped the central train station, forcing it to close to all passengers, refugees trying to make it to Austria and Germany, as well as Hungarians and foreign tourists.
Muslim refugees arriving in Munich have been irritated by the presence on the streets of beer-drinking Germans and foreigners celebrating the annual «Oktoberfest.»
There have already been heated exchanges on the streets between drunken Oktoberfest celebrants and some Muslim refugees who object to the presence of plentiful alcohol. Munich city officials said they only had the capacity to receive 1000 new refugees per day. The city has seen that number climb to 15,000 a day with some 90 percent of them failing to register with local authorities and disappearing into destinations unknown.

Throughout cities and towns in Europe, newly-arrived migrants sleeping in parks and on sidewalks have created a public health nightmare with human feces covering park grounds and the stench of urine permeating the walls of buildings and gutters.

The situation is exacerbated by newly-arriving Syrian refugees in northern Germany mistaking poisonous wild «death cap» mushrooms for an edible variety that grows in the eastern Mediterranean.
Although warning notices written in Arabic and Kurdish have been distributed to the refugees, the refugees have ingested the death cap mushrooms, which has resulted in uncontrollable vomiting and diarrhea, which has added to the public health dilemma facing Europe.

It is only a matter of time before human waste-borne diseases like cholera and typhus make their first triumphant return to the cities of Europe since the deadly pandemics of the last millennium.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, EU Council President Donald Tusk of Poland, and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker bear direct responsibility for the influx of what may total more than a million political and economic refugees into the heart of Europe. Merkel has made no secret of her desire to add to the ranks of the German guest worker, Gastarbeiter.

However, as shown with other guest workers in Germany who have arrived over the last several decades, these workers never consider themselves as «guests» but as permanent residents and citizens. Meanwhile, Tusk and Juncker, the latter a native of tiny Luxembourg, have threatened to fine non-EU members Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Iceland if they do not absorb their share of refugees, a percentage dictated by the EU «Eurocrats» in Brussels. Although Tusk has demanded EU countries to open their borders and treasuries to the refugees, his native Poland is reticent to accept more than a few hundred. Poland’s opposition is joined by the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

Juncker’s successor as prime minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, who is Europe’s first leader to be in a gay marriage, has welcomed hundreds of refugees. Bettel does not believe in a Europe of borders and therefore, like Merkel, Tusk, and Juncker, he a hero to the Soros-funded NGOs who are turning Europe into a deadly social engineering experiment. Many Luxembourgers are in search of someone like Marine Le Pen in France to stop the refugee welcome wagon that threatens to obliterate the Grand Ducky of Luxembourg.
The countries that have radicalized their jihadist guerrilla armies in Syria and Iraq, namely, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait, saw fit to take in no refugees from the fighting in Syria and Iraq. Saudi Arabia had the unmitigated gall to offer Germany to build 200 mosques for the refugees, of course mosques that would only preach and teach the radical Wahhabist version of Islam.

Meanwhile, there is evidence that Turkey urged refugees from Syria on its soil to join the mass exodus on unseaworthy vessels to its longtime adversary, Greece.

This gambit has resulted in the deaths of many children and women, which has only served to pull the heart strings of northern Europeans who have invited thousands of refugees into their social welfare paradises. Turkey has also distributed handbooks to the migrants instructing them where to go once they arrive in Germany for government social welfare assistance.
Just as seen with Soros- and CIA-directed themed revolutions in the Arab countries and Ukraine, migrants on the move have been instructed via Twitter where increased border controls have been established and how to bypass them. This «outside» direction has resulted in refugees heading from Greece, Macedonia, and Serbia into Croatia and Slovenia in order to make their way to the Austrian and German frontiers, thus avoiding increasingly hostile Hungary and Serbia. There has already been a practical border skirmish between Croatian police escorting a train full of refugees to the Hungarian border and Hungarian border guards.
Whether they are termed neo-conservative or neo-liberal, the policies that have resulted in the worst refugee crisis to strike Europe since the end of World War II have their roots in the political boiler shops funded by George Soros and CIA front groups throughout Europe and the United States.

It is only a matter of time before their roles in what has occurred in Europe will be discovered by the nationalists of the right and left and their publishing houses and web site locations will go up in flames.
Eventually, Europeans will wake up and discover that Russia immunized itself from the refugee scourge by not playing ball with the EU and its contrivances.

When newly-arrived migrants begin defecating, vomiting, and urinating on the streets of Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Helsinki, and Stockholm, refugee crisis-free Russia will not seem so bad after all.

sunnuntai 18. lokakuuta 2015

Something bizarre is happening to Ebola survivors that doctors are struggling to explain

Something bizarre is happening to Ebola survivors that doctors are struggling to explain

Saying that a patient is “cured” of the virus doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s been completely eradicated from the body.

Image: Shutterstock/Crevis

ONE OF THE biggest mysteries surrounding the Ebola virus is its ability to hide out in survivors’ bodies and evade detection by the immune system.
This “trick” of the virus became abundantly clear last week when Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey was readmitted to a London hospital on October 9 in ‘serious condition’.
This was a full nine months after doctors said she had made a full recovery from Ebola.
“The virus, several experts said, managed to somehow persist and apparently re-emerged to cause a severe disorder of her central nervous system,” The New York Times wrote this week.
“[H]er spinal fluid had tested positive for traces of Ebola.”
As doctors are poignantly learning, saying that a patient is “cured” of the virus doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s completely eradicated from the body.
Ebola survivors like Cafferkey are experiencing lingering symptoms such as vision and hearing loss, seizures, insomnia, and body aches that have persisted for months following infection.
The virus — which is transmitted through infected bodily fluids and can cause severe fever, diarrhea, vomiting, headache, pain, and bruising — kills about half of those who contract it.
As of October 2015, Ebola has killed a staggering 11,312 people. This was following the 2014 epidemic, which quickly spread through West Africa and trickled into parts of the US and Europe.
While those who count themselves among the survivors are especially lucky to be alive, many are still suffering. Doctors are still learning what other nasty health issues can flare up long after defeating the primary, life-threatening infection.
One of the best sources of information we have on these latent symptoms is Dr. Ian Crozier, an American Ebola survivor who contracted the illness while treating patients in Sierra Leone in August 2014.
Ebola epidemicScottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey.Source: Lisa Ferguson/Scotland on Sunday
At an infectious disease conference in San Diego on October 7, Crozier detailed some of the bizarre and devastating symptoms he’s experienced since his more than 40-day recovery at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
The most striking were severe eye issues, which began about 10 weeks after his first symptoms of Ebola, and which nearly caused him to go blind. A report published in The New England Journal of Medicine on May 7, 2015 described the flotilla of symptoms.
When Crozier was released from the hospital 10 weeks after Ebola onset, the virus was not detectable in his blood and urine, but was present in his semen.
He experienced difficulty walking, lower back pain, inflammation of his Achilles tendon, and pins-and-needles sensations in his lower limbs. Crozier also began to feel burning in his eyes, along with the feeling that something was in his eyes and a sensitivity to light. An eye exam revealed scarring on the inside surface of his eye and a small hemorrhage next to one of the scars in his left eye.
About a month later, these symptoms worsened. His doctors took a sample of the fluid that sits between the cornea and lens and — lo and behold — it tested positive for Ebola.
His vision continued to decline in his left eye, and at one point his eye color even turned from blue to bright green.
1Ian Crozier's eye turned from blue to green following Ebola disease.Source: CNN
“In addition to the colour change, I lost pressure in my eye, my eye began getting softer and losing its architecture,” Crozier said in a video interview with CNN.
“So by the time I flew back to Phoenix, it was like looking through a block of cheese.”
Eye problems aren’t unusual among Ebola survivors. About 25% of Ebola survivors who have been evaluated by medical doctors have reported changes in vision, according to the Associated Press.
Crozier’s vision has since improved, after what turned out to be cellular debris that was blocking his line of vision detached from his retina. But according to Live Science, it still isn’t back to normal.
Since Crozier was released from the hospital, he’s continued to experience severe back pain, ringing in his ears, hearing loss, and cognitive problems such as impaired short-term memory. He also suffered a seizure while attending a wedding in England this summer, according to Live Science, and has since been put on an antiepileptic drug.
Nina Pham, a Texas nurse who contracted the disease while treating a patient at a Dallas hospital in October 2014, has also had lingering health issues, including hair loss, body aches, nightmares, and insomnia.
Ebola epidemicAn Ebola medical exercise takes place in the UK.Source: Anna Gowthorpe
Long-term effects
Few people survive Ebola like Crozier, so the disease’s long-term effects aren’t well-studied. But lingering symptoms such as body and joint aches and fatigue are what you’d expect after any serious infection, Jesse Goodman, an infectious-disease expert and a professor of medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C., told LiveScience.
Chemicals released by the immune system can make people feel sick, Goodman said, and muscles and tissues could have been injured from the dehydration, malnutrition, and low blood pressure during the disease.
Roughly 13,000 other Ebola survivors are experiencing similar problems as Crozier, Pham, and other survivors. To that end, scientists launched a five-year study in June that will follow 1,500 Ebola survivors and 6,000 of people they were in close contact with.
But not all survivors have had such horrendous lasting effects.
Journalist Ashoka Mukpo was emotionally scarred after contracting Ebola while covering the outbreak in Liberia, but in an interview with CNN he said, “I feel pretty strong physically, psychologically, and spiritually right now”. And doctor Rick Sacra, who also contracted Ebola in Liberia, only experienced blurry vision and a bad cough following his recovery at a hospital in Nebraska.
“There is an emerging problem in Ebola survivors,” Crozier said in the CNN interview.
“It will be a varied spectrum — some will be mild, but there will be patients who develop severe complications and who are going blind. You can imagine an Ebola survivor who’s already been through their own personal hell … and then through a lonelier hell in an ETU [Ebola Treatment Unit],” Crozier continued.
“It’s a story we must pay attention to.”
- Julia Calderone

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