October 16, 2018
Ebola-Chan needs all the help she can get – and America is ready to lend a hand.
Can you even think of anything with more potential to make the world a better place than Ebola?
I certainly can’t. Ebola-chan’s great work will resolve many environmental problems, not to mention the migration crisis. There’s only positives here.
Yet, America has seen fit to undermine Ebola at every turn, slowing down its progress.
Luckily, we’re finally reconsidering this foolish policy.
Congo is only getting worse. But the U.S. government has pulled its experts from the affected areas of the African country in recent weeks, citing safety concerns.
Over the weekend, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported its newest figures on the current outbreak, located in the North Kivu province along the eastern region of the DRC. It’s the 10th known Ebola outbreak to hit the country and the second recorded this year.
Since August 1, there have been at least 211 confirmed and probable cases of the often fatal viral disease, with 135 deaths. Officials had been optimistic that the outbreak was on the decline, after a fewer cases were reported in September. But the first half of October has seen a rapid influx of new infections, now confirmed to be a second wave. The WHO expects the outbreak will last at least three or four more months.
There’d be a hell of a lot more if White people weren’t there trying to save these savages from themselves.
Africans love dying of horrible diseases, and will attack any White people who try to help them.
Despite the worsening state of the epidemic, however, health officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are being kept away from the front lines, STAT reported Sunday. The State Department’s command to relocate came down after an attack on UN peacekeepers in late August, according to STAT.
“This outbreak is occurring in a highly insecure environment, which complicates public health response activities,” an unnamed State Department official told STAT.
“Pull out – let them die.”
The region is frequently beset by armed conflict between rebel fighters and the DRC government. And the violence has certainly hurt efforts to track and contain the outbreak. Last month, the WHO temporarily suspended activity in the area for the same reason. But public health experts are worried that the unilateral withdrawal by the CDC will only worsen things.
Look at it this way – if you want to stop the war in Congo, letting the Ebola outbreak do its business seems like the most efficient way to accomplish that. After all, Blacks can’t slaughter each other if they’re all dead.
“CDC has responded to nearly two dozen filovirus outbreaks in its history and has people who’ve been working on these issues for 30 years. It doesn’t make sense to have those people hundreds or thousands of miles away from where the disease is actually spreading,” Tom Inglesby, director of the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, told STAT.
On the contrary – it makes perfect sense. If the point is to give Ebola-chan the support she desperately needs.
The whole world is against her – and yet she’s still out there fighting for what’s right – dead niggers.
Infecting Blacks with Ebola does more for the earth than recycling ever did.
We can only hope that pulling out our experts is merely the first step in America’s new Ebola policy. Next, the experts should move back in, but with the goal of spreading the infection as much as possible.