Anime Right News – (ARN) It's been over 9 months since the WHO declared an end to the last Ebola outbreak in July 2017, but flight records indicate at least one their specially equipped Ebola containment and treatment jets, also linked to the CIA, has been in the air over America since January of the current year. Logging over fifty flights in those four months. Quite a lot of action for a state of the art mobile biosafety level 4 facility when there aren't any active epidemics.
The jet in question, N163PA, also happened to land in Atlanta just two weeks after CDC epidemiologist Commander Timothy J. Cunningham, ScD was reported missing from his Atlanta home on February 12th. The doctor, who has first-hand experience with Zika and Ebola outbreaks, had called in sick for work two consecutive days prior to his disappearance. Police say his wallet was found in his home, but they don't suspect foul play, which seems a bit odd to me. Obviously, there's no reason to believe he has secreted away in preparation for a suspected future or fledgling plague, but I wouldn't be surprised.
This is all fairly strange but the weird amped up considerably on April 12th, 2018 when the other two known Ebola response planes were mobilized to separate locations across the US, and also proceeded to tour airports and AFBs across the nation.
Their activities can be tracked here:
It's as of yet unclear what the objectives of these flights are, but their goals remained entirely domestic until 2:34 AM, April 20th, 2018, when N163PA departed from Washington D.C. bound for Casablanca, Morocco, with a near two hour stop in Ponta Delgada, Portugal. Whatever N163PA and is crew was doing in Morocco didn't take long, as it was back over the Atlantic by nightfall, and back in the D.C. area by the 21st. It has since yet to be dispatched again, near as I can tell anyway, although some logs do list a flight scheduled for today(4/23/18), bound for an unlisted destination.
Love Is In The Airwaves.
It will be at least, as April 18th National Geographic announced a television adaptation of one of my personal favorite novels, Richard Preston's 1995 book The Hot Zone. A dramatized chronicle of the first Ebola Zaire outbreak in '76, and the '89 Ebola Reston incident that took place just outside of D.C. in Virginia. NatGeo didn't offer much in their press release, however, stating only that they intend to begin production, in association with Fox Studios, later this year.
Now, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't hyped to see my Goddess crashing and bleeding degenerates on the small screen in the near future, but I assure you I only bring this up because it raises a few more questions. "Why now?" comes to mind for one, over two years since the end of the last major outbreak. a distant memory in the minds of most, even the faithful. It was that same outbreak that saw the rise of The Hot Zone to the top of the New York Times Best Seller List. Could there be some blood in the water NatGeo hopes to capitalize on? Or could it be more likely that they have some narrative to familiarize the public with? A person or organization to run damage control for? A shot in the dark at all of the above? I don't find it all that outlandish myself, given their history of promoting global warming, globalism, multiculturalism, out-of-Africa, the odd anti-white propaganda, and WHO knows what else.
It's long been known that mediums like television can sway the masses towards or from ideas, behaviors, and preferences. In fact, properly employed, propaganda or memetics can be used to alter an individuals disposition on literally anything. So I can't help but wonder what they could have up their sleeve.
Of course, this could all be literally fucking nothing, but it's an awful lot of Ebola-related action for such a quiet season. Could be just as possible there be a happening a brewing, mayhap the happening of all happenings. Will Ebola Zaire make another pass in 2018? Or will the newly discovered LLOV virus get its day in the spotlight? Could there be a new Filosister in town, secretly giving the CDC trouble across America this very instant? You can expect me to be looking for answers to all these questions and more conjecture! So stay tuned for the next exciting outbreak of EbolaVirus Z!
Good luck, Ebola-chan!