July 18, 2019
“Bb-but I’m just after the blacks!”
Ebola recently reached a city where one million blacks live, and now the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a global emergency.
Ebola has been declared an international health emergency after a patient brought the disease to a city of two million people in DR Congo and then died.
The World Health Organisation said it was ‘time for the world to take notice’ as the UN agency invoked its emergency provisions to contain the growing outbreak.
Someone should point out that Ebola being an “international” problem is an absurd proposition. The problem is specifically a black one, as any foreigner from a decent country stupid enough to visit The Land of Ebola will be unable to spread the disease back home where proper infrastructure is in place and where people are not 68 IQ primates.
That’s another thing that contributes to the beauty of Ebola-Chan: she’s cleansing the Earth and fighting fire with fire, as she’s been sent to eliminate the plague that blacks have been turned into.
To the rest of the world, she’s not a threat, but a friend.
The patient, 46, was a priest who became infected while visiting the town of Butembo, which has been an epicentre in the ongoing outbreak.
The DRC’s health ministry claims the man took a bus the 200km (124 mile) journey from Butembo to Goma last week. The patient, who was a priest, died while travelling back for treatment.
Goma, which borders Rwanda, is a major transport hub. It has a population of more than two million, making it the largest city yet to be affected by the outbreak.
Experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) have warned the priest’s case could be a ‘game changer’, with Goma being a ‘gateway to the world’.
Health officials have reportedly identified 60 people who encountered the priest after he became ill, of which just half have been vaccinated against Ebola.
It’s too late to contain it now.
We can expect Ebola-Chan to have her fun there now.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, said: ‘The identification of the case in Goma could potentially be a game-changer in this epidemic.
‘[Goma] is a gateway to the region and the world.’
‘Just when we start to get control of the virus in one area, it appears in another.‘
Rwanda is also said to be on high alert. Many people reportedly move between Goma and the Rwandan city of Gisenyi every day.
Diane Gashumba, health minister of Rwanda, urged residents to ‘think twice before crossing to where there is a disease‘.
Blacks are barely able to think once, so expect a visit from Ebola-Chan very soon, Rwanda.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which has suspended operations in the Beni-Butembo area due to violence, said the Goma case ‘shows the situation is still worrying and the epidemic is still not under control.’
The situation is far from being under control.
Ebola-Chan grows stronger the more we cheer for her. There is no countermeasure for that. She’s immune to booing. She’s immune to hate.
She’s fueled by love and there is no cure for love.
No vaccine will be enough as long as she receives our gratitude and well-wishes. You can help her by thinking about her before falling asleep, thanking her for her efforts in fighting blacks and visualizing her destroying every last one of those apes in Africa.