The fiction of the Ebola vaccination

The trials for the new Ebola vaccin are a success. At least that’s what th WHO tells us. But let’s have a look at the kind of research that’s behind this success.

The vaccin is 100% effective and that sounds impressive. But it isn’t. The trial tested “vaccine on some 4,000 people who had been in close contact with a confirmed Ebola case, showed complete protection after 10 days.” Wow. These people didn’t get sick and so the vaccine works. This was the kind of logic that 6664940-3x2-340x227Edward Jenner used when he tested his smallpox vaccine. You would think that a few centuries later researchers would have advanced, but obviously this is the best they can do.

What was more likely the reason why these people didn’t get sick with an Ebola-like disease? First, Ebola isn’t infectious, so exposure to someone with Ebola wouldn’t make any difference. Ebola has been made up from behind a desk and as the symptoms vary so widely it’s not even hard to see that these people suffer from a variety of diseases that have been relabeled for the occasion. An no, an Ebola virus has never been shown to exist. That’s a phantasy, but because the media come with these colourful pictures people believe that there is something like an Ebola virus. Viruses cannot be seen under a normal microscope and an electron microscope kills them. So no virologist has ever seen a live virus and they don’t know what viruses do or how they make sick. Any kind of Ebola virus is no exception. Just phantasy, imagination and “science speak”, but no facts.Cynthia Goldsmith This colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphology displayed by an Ebola virus virion. See PHIL 1832 for a black and white version of this image. Where is Ebola virus found in nature?The exact origin, locations, and natural habitat (known as the "natural reservoir") of Ebola virus remain unknown. However, on the basis of available evidence and the nature of similar viruses, researchers believe that the virus is zoonotic (animal-borne) and is normally maintained in an animal host that is native to the African continent. A similar host is probably associated with Ebola-Reston which was isolated from infected cynomolgous monkeys that were imported to the United States and Italy from the Philippines. The virus is not known to be native to other continents, such as North America.

But let’s assume that there is an Ebola virus. During the 2014 hype we were told again and again that Ebola was very dangerous and very contagious. Well, if it were so contagious, then why did only 11,200 people get sick? Half Africa should have died from it within a couple of months. But they didn’t. Nobody knows how many people died from a disease-named-Ebola, for diagnosis and registration were not particularly accurate. That’s why the numbers varied so wildly, depending on the need. So even if there was an Ebola virus, it would be quite likely that these 4000 people wouldn’t get sick because they just wouldn’t get sick. The vaccine had nothing to do with it.

Another possibility to get this kind of outcome is to change the diagnosis criteria. Ebola had many different faces anyway (think malaria, meningits, scurvy and some others), so you can simply at once give all these diseases their original names again. This is an old trick, but renaming and redefining works miracles for vaccine statistics.

It’s also funny that these test persons were vaccinated after they had been in contact with someone with Ebola. The whole theory behind vaccination is that you should get the shot before you get exposed. 6342238-3x2-700x467Once you have been exposed you are too late. This also sh0ws that none of these people would have gotten Ebola, with or without the vaccine. These researchers don’t even stick with their own faulthy logic, but adjust that when they need to. That’s pretty pathetic and has a strong smell of despair.

All vaccine logic is faulty, but this research is of such poor quality that a high school student would get a bad mark for it. But nobody seems to care. Humanitarian organisation are already lining up to hand over their money to Merck, which no doubt is already contemplating who much they should ask. If they make it too expensive nobody will buy it, but they still want to make a very nice profit of course. After all they deserve it, for the billions of dollars they make with the extremely dangerous MMR and HPV vaccines aren’t enough.

Which brings us to another issue: safety. So far no vaccine has been tested for safety and of course this one won’t be the first. It’s interesting that the article doesn’t say anything about the safety. So it’s possible that from those 4000 people ebolahundreds have come down with a variety of diseases, but we aren’t allowed to know.

So what will happen when this vaccine will make it on the market and to poor African countries? The most likely scenario will be that many thousands of people, children more than adults, will get very sick after being injected. Many will die and others will be crippled for life. And who will then take care of them? Not these scientists with their fake research. And not Merck after the money has been made. Not the media that report about this success story. And in the meantime Ebola will simply be erased from the computer screens again and “the vaccine is a success”.

Ebola was never based on science, but on money and politics. This vaccine research is not based on science either, but on phantasy, imagination, money and politics. And many victims will be made with this vaccine, till people will start to reject it. Eventually it might be taken of the market, or not, but it will make Merck a LOT of money. And I’m sure these reasearchers will get their share. For in the end that’s what it’s all about.

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