Sunday, October 05, 2014

even the hittites used "cursed rams" against their enemies...,


ibtimes |  If latest reports are to be believed, the Islamic State militants might be conspiring to deliberately infect jihadists with the deadly Ebola virus and send them to America in order to spread the disease in the US – an event that could see America being attacked in a new pseudo-war.
The Israeli News Agency, a site which claims to be Israel's first online news organisation has confirmed the authenticity of the report saying it "clears all news items relating to Israeli security with the Israel government press office."

The agency said, citing "Israeli security sources", that dozens of ISIS fighters in Syria have fallen ill and had symptoms of Ebola. This news quickly ignited a new conspiracy theory claiming that ISIS is planning to send Ebola-infected militants into the US to spread the disease.

"While Western nations fighting the Islamic State might consider this reported Ebola outbreak among radical jihadists to be welcome news, there is a very big, very dangerous downside to Islamic terrorists being carriers of the virus," Norvell Rose, the winner of numerous journalism honours, writes for WesternJournalism.com.

The article also cites the Israeli News Agency (INA) for inference into why the news could prove dangerous for the Americans. The INA in its report quoted a source it identified only as "AVi", who is "a global anti-terrorism consultant" as saying: "We know that ISIS has training camps in Africa and it is highly possible that this is where contact with the virus was made.

"This would add new meaning to the US stating that no boots would be on the ground as both missiles and Ebola penetrates one of the worst evils that the world has ever known."

The theory was further bolstered by reports of a direct threat from the ISIS militants who said they would spread the Ebola virus to the United States and its allies if they continue to wage war on the organisation inside Syria and Iraq as reported by Shoebat.com, a website created by Walid Shoebat who was a radicalised Muslim until 1994 when he converted to Christianity.

Shoebat quoted a statement from ISIS published in another website called Vetogate.com. The statement reportedly said: "Followers and soldiers of the Islamic State are mostly suicide bombers and all of them are ready not only to carry Ebola, but to drink Ebola if they were asked to carry and spread it in the United States. This is not difficult but we need a decision from the leaders jihadist (sic)."

The statement further said: "The process of spreading disease is not difficult. It can easily be transported in a bottle in your bag from Africa to America. The contents of the bottle can then be released in an air-conditioning duct or put it in the public drinking water."

10 comments:

Ed Dunn said...

IDK, I doubt ISIS is capable of handling germ warfare - what interest me is the origin/channel of this propaganda cited in the article.

CNu said...

I'ma say "yes" and "no" bro...,

Like you, I'm keenly interested in the narrative flow control. That's an entire, multifaceted realm of strategery unto itself, involving multiple layers of players with divergent interests and aims. Main case in point today being the way in which the blame game jumped off at Texas Presbyterian last week and exactly what that portends for systemic readiness going forward.

Glass half-full, the ER Dr. made a mistake and was unaware of the stuff that the largest nurses association in the U.S. was protesting about in Las Vegas earlier in the week.

Glass half-empty, he used pointy-headed and acutely short-sighted rationally self-interested future time orientation that would have made Big Don proud, and made a command decision which minimized the value Duncan's uninsured life, and maximized protection of Presbyterian's bottom-line.

The levels of FAIL involved in that decision stagger the imagination, but maybe he rolled the dice and simply assumed that Duncan would die like a dog in the street and phukkem.

As for germ warfare capabilites. I keep try'na get across to cats at this blog that germ warfare is as old as the psychopathocracy itself, it is not rocket science, and any primitive fool and his cousin can use germ warfare to devastating effect, free of sophisticated weaponization. All you have to have is sick people or contaminated material and you have all the weapons you need, particularly as against a country and system which is profoundly at cross purposes with its own systemic best interests and lacks any working concept of a democratic common good.

BigDonOne said...

KC in the cross-hairs...??
http://www.infowars.com/ebola-suspected-as-kansas-city-apartment-building-sealed-off/

Metompkin said...

Hello, Sir!


Look like I will be doing a project in your neighborhood. Something to do with TETRA and a railroad. Will look you up.

CNu said...

lol, inforwars=war on the elderly stoopid..., BD, you ever buy any products from this pimp gimp?

CNu said...

Well greasings and salivations..., look what the cat dragged in! Looking forward to it mayne!

BigDonOne said...

Nope, but SBPDL has some terrific books now embellishing BD's awesome library.....

Ed Dunn said...

I'm leaning towards the half-empty theory, the Dr. must not care too much about certain patients and let this one loose back on the street. They are now reporting this guy had contact with at least 20 infected patients.

CNu said...

Two more thoughts, first, no matter what, the american medical industrial complex is fundamentally and indisputably institutionally incapable of preventing or containing an outbreak in any american city, I'm saying this with in-depth knowledge of the national incident response system and the extent of healthcare organization's knowledge, preparedness, and general embrace of those systemic plans and capabilities. I'll bet you any amount of money you wouldn't and couldn't find up-to-date incident response plans or anything remotely approaching table-top exercise in any major health system in the u.s.

Second, those four thousand troops that have been dispatched to west africa are not really there to fight ebola on behalf of the african countries where they're being deployed, rather, they're there to minimize or if necessary eliminate the risk of any further exposure of the american homeland from those countries in which ebola is now going to run its natural course.

makheru bradley said...

[citing "Israeli security sources", that dozens of ISIS fighters in Syria have fallen ill] This straight-up Zionist propaganda designed to create more hysteria in the North Atlantic. The Zionist tail is attempting to wag the American dog to intensify and expand its bombing to eventually eliminate Assad, who is the immediate target of the Zionist, and which they figure is the best way to weaken Iran. If anything the Zionists support the activities of the Islamic State.

"We know that ISIS has training camps in Africa..." Where in Afrika? Guinea? Liberia? Now that they've transported the virus to their territory in Syria how do they stop it from killing their own people. This story is preposterous.


OTOH, could a demented group load some people with Ebola and have them walk around Times Square sneezing on people. If the virus is airborne they most definitely could.