Paddling the Ebola River

Prof. Paul Eidelberg is pointing out how some Muslims are planning to weaponize Ebola to use against the West, as well as drawing western military forces into the worst geographical areas of infection, where contact with open contagion is likely.

Weaponized Ebola is a bit of a difficult proposition, actually, and will at the very least be both expensive and risky.  And most of the islamic countries, being not too far out of their neanderthal age, don’t stand too much of a chance.  An exception is Saudi Arabia which has had perhaps the most advanced biowar program in the world for decades which has been looking to use genetically aimed plagues, the front sight resting straight on the Jews.  From what I’m told, this program has at least one major helper in the West – in Denmark.

But to utilize Ebola as a weapon isn’t difficult at all, when you are a muslim living for mass death and suicide bombings.  In that case, all that is needed is a ticket to an area where the virus is endemic, access to the dead or dying, and a return ticket.  Going over to USA, there’s always an ACLU lawyer who will claim your right not to be quarantined and a President ready to pay your plane ticket.  Then you just hook up with your muslim brothers who want to be ebolabombers too.  And then, you know, you can just… mingle.  Looking at how easily these animals pick up western “fellow travellers”, there’s a very real chance – almost a given – that we’re looking down the barrel of a pandemic.

Oh, and if I haven’t given you enough depressants right here: there’s a so far unidentified something that *looks* like an Ebola variant ravaging Sudan at the moment.

And finding the infections globally is a cinch: there’s a publicly available hour-to-hour mapping of where the cases are, the doctors and nurses involved, what hospitals, villages, hovels or camps.  Information is a sharp sword, and we’re flooded with it.

Not that I give much of a damn.

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