It’s been over ten months since Ebola-chan made her return to the Democratic Republic of the Congo since then little Ebby has blossomed into her second largest manifestation in recorded history. Infecting at least 2,355 individuals, and judging just over 1,400 of them unworthy, claiming their lives and sending shockwaves of paranoia and insanity through the community on levels that only Africa is capable of.
Ebola On Tour
The World Health Organization has confirmed a meeting will be held tomorrow, June 14, to determine if the current Ebola outbreak should be declared 'a public health emergency of international concern.' The last two committees decided this was not necessary as the hot zones were all confined to DRC. This is no longer the case, however, with the confirmed Ebola-related deaths of a young boy and his grandmother, who crossed into Uganda from DRC shortly before manifesting symptoms of Her Love on June 9. A third case has already been confirmed, and more potential carriers are being monitored.
While three cases and two deaths might not seem like much of a beachhead, the WHO might not think so lightly of such small numbers. Uganda is a much safer, more developed country, and will fair better than DRC on all fronts, but the WHO has been losing ground to Ebby-chan for some time now. They've attempted to spin this by citing that an average of just 88 people a week have been infected over the past two weeks, a slight drop from the 112 per week average in the first three weeks of May. However, this average was just 32 people per week in January and February.
This news also comes just a week after the Executive Director of the WHO’s Health Emergencies Programme made headlines by suggesting large Ebola outbreaks are the new normal.
“I don’t think we’ve ever had a situation where we’re responding to so many emergencies at one time. This is a new normal, I don’t expect the frequency of these events to reduce.”
GIBS GIBS GIBS GIBS GIBS GIBS GIBS
Attacks from armed rebels, some believed to be linked to Isis, are still slowing down the medical response and risking the lives of locals and aid workers. Often making off with what is, by African standards, priceless medical equipment, and valuable supplies.
A local government official and 13 civilians were killed in an attack on Monday, June 3, and health workers have threatened to pack up and leave if they're not better protected. Surprisingly this request has gotten a bit of pushback on the grounds that armed guards are scary and offensive. :^(
Others have raised questions as to why westerners have bothered to help them with Ebola, asking why they have not come to stop the seemingly endless war or solve their famine or poverty? The blake reaches out to beg as you save him.
Meanwhile, others believe the Ebola treatment efforts to be a front, either legitimate or a hoax, as an excuse for westerners to enter their country and take their natural resources. Some of these adherents are going so far as to claim that the virus is being spread by the health workers themselves to further these ends, or more extreme yet as a satanic plot or a chemical sterilization campaign.
To any African readers, I can't disprove any of this and you're probably right!
Deep in the Heart of Texas
Beginning sometime in late May hundreds of Africans have made their way into America through the southern border, traveling on foot from Central America, some setting out from as far afield as Brazil. Many of whom hail from the Ebola-ravaged DRC. At this point over 500 of these immigrants have been apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol at the Del Rio Border Patrol sector, Which is putting a strain on the sectors processing stations. Not simply because of the sheer size of these invasions, but due to the lack of French and Portuguese speaking personnel to process them.
A group of 116 Africans crossing the Rio Grande on May 30, 2019
It would seem Border Patrol's answer to this challenge was to pass the buck. Without a word of warning, they sent over 300 French-speaking Congolese migrants to the nearby sanctuary city of San Antonio, TX. Filling the Migrant Resource Center to capacity, and slowing globalist business-as-usual as officials plead for French-speaking volunteers to assist in their relocation efforts.
"The plan was 350 of them would travel from San Antonio to Portland. When we reached out to Portland Maine they said, 'Please don't send us any more. We're already stretched way beyond our capacity," Interim Assistant City Manager Dr. Collen Bridger told a local CBS affiliate last Thursday,
"So we're working with them [the migrants] now to identify other cities throughout the United States where they can go and begin their asylum seeking process."
In the meantime, SA officials are at a loss as to where to send these potential biological time bombs and will have to hold onto them.
But wait, it gets better, Mrs. Dr. Lady, Collen Bridger, is actually completely incompetent.
Dr. Collen Bridger outpaced by Info Wars resident Beardo
This video is fairly interesting, but around 2:45 she shows just how unprepared she is for the possibility of an Ebola outbreak in her city.
"I don't know if zero risk is a good thing to say, doctor, because disease can kind of travel with these people as they're moving, but also sexually it can remain dormant in the testes and could be transferred sexually for years later." -Owen Shroyer
He's absolutely correct to make this point. He may exaggerate a bit, but a survivor has been documented transmitting Ebola-chan's Love via sexual transmission six months after his recovery. Well after his symptoms were gone. While semen from another survivor was found to be positive for Ebola after being tested over nine months after his complete recovery.
At the very least it looks like we'll have another earthshaking happening unfold before our eyes, and at best, we might just witness the happening of all happenings. She can't do it alone though. Wish her luck, remind her to spread those wings, and remember, Ebola-chan loves you! Once she bathes the degenerates in their own blood, we can burn them all away. <3