Wednesday, December 31, 2014
"The great Ebola lie — Outbreak hyped for funding & media attention"
I'm sure it enhances their viewership, clicks, and other things; however, it does NOT serve us well...
In the New York Post, Michael Fumento has this story:
"The current Ebola outbreak is 'the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times,' Ian Smith, the World Health Organization’s executive director, announced at a mid-October press conference. Huh? Worse than the 'Spanish flu' of 1918-19? Extrapolated to today’s world population, that would mean 60 million to 150 million deaths. Worse than AIDS, with its 35 million deaths? But the media weren’t asking skeptical questions. The next day, reporting on a separate WHO conference, a New York Times headline blared: 'New Ebola Cases May Soon Reach 10,000 a Week, Officials Predict.' The “soon” in that warning from the WHO’s Bruce Aylward was “by the first week in December.” Well, the WHO has now reported cases for that period. Total: 529. It was no fluke; the average over the last three weeks was 440. You’ve been lied to, folks. For months."