Ebola hoax demolished

anyone got the news? The WHO has just released its latest buletin on Ebola outbreaks in South West Africa, depicting a clear scenario: Does anyone still remember the figure “1,4000,000 ebola cases by January 2015”, spread across the Globe in September 2014 (let’s thank the New York Times) by usefull idiots self proclaiming as journalists? And […]

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Ebola fear. Hoax explained

In my three previous posts (“EBOLA. FACTS, SPECULATIONS AND LIES“, “AND THE EBOLA HOAX CONTINUES…“, “EBOLA EMERGENCY HOAX. BUSTED!“) I pointed out how the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, while actually being a grave concern for the local population, is not a global emergency and it is a media manufactured fear factor. On the 26th […]

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Ebola emergency hoax. Busted!

Actually I should have titled this post as “Journalism, the lost profession“, but the #Ebola hashtag is much more trending. On the 26th of September I dealt for the first time with the Ebola hoax as soon as the CDC published its fear mongering prediction of the upcoming end of human species, promplty spread around the globe […]

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And the “Ebola” hoax continues…

and this is the really worrying fact about this non existing “global emergency”. I dealt already with this Ebola fear mongering stuff a few days ago. If you haven’t, read this. My previous post aimed at the debunking of the initial US manufactured hoax, egregiously brought to you by the “CDC/WHO/establishment media” production. In short: […]

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L’Ebola che non c’è

Secondo il “The New York Times” l’Ebola potrebbe raggiungere la cifra iperbolica di 1,4 milioni di contagi, entro Gennaio 2015, e non in tutta l’Africa ma solo prendendo in considerazione alcuni Paesi dell’Africa Occidentale. Impressionante. Come arrivano a questo quadro di potenziale Giudizio Universale? Utilizzando alcune proiezioni del CDC (organizzazione Statunitense che si occupa di […]

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Ebola. Facts, speculations and lies

According to “The New York Times” Ebola virus could reach 1,4 million infections, by January 2015, in four months. Impressive. How do they get this figure? By “leveraging” on some “projections” from CDC (USA health related organization) who, in turns, “tailor” some epidemiological figures coming from the WHO (World Health Organization, part of the UN establishment). The CDC […]

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