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Ebola – part 2 – an update



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You may have noticed, if you’re a free thinking person, that the EBOLA CRISIS! is subsiding somewhat.  It was front page news, commandeering all of the Mainstream Corporate Media for a good 3 months or so.  It was getting to the point that for a while there, even someone like me was starting to wonder if there was anything to the story.  It turns out that my initial suspicions were correct.  EBOLA has gone the way of SARS, Swine Flu, Avian Bird Flu, Anthrax and whichever other “medical crisis that shall not go to waste” I’ve forgotten.

My buddy in Harlem, a conspiracy theorist from the old school, put me on to Michael Rappaport’s explanation of the Ebola crisis.  I (and possibly you too by now) understand the idea to always keep the Herd nervous.  Fear is a great way to control the masses.  This is old news.  But what Rappaport is able to do, better than anyone else I’ve heard, is explain who wins.  There is always a faction that wins out, that makes money, that gets legislation placed in its favor.  The CDC is the tip of the iceberg, and Rappaport is able to pinpoint the rationale behind the Medical Elite and the Social Control aspect.  His explanations are very good.

Listen to him here on Red Ice Radio – the outfit that got banned from iTunes for telling too much truth. “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”– Voltaire


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