Ebola

The popular origin story for Ebola is that Emile Ouamouno, known as patient zero, contracted the virus from bats. But a new investigation suggests it could have come from a government lab in Kenema. In 2009, a project called PREDICT started looking at Ebola and other viruses, and collecting animal samples. They could have been studied in the Kenema lab, the new analysis claims. But in 2014, Dr Fabian Leendertz concluded bats in Guinea were the likely culprit and published a well-received research paper. But in July that year, officials in Sierra Leone instructed the Kenema lab to stop Ebola testing, and the US government cut its funding to partners of the lab

Ebola could have leaked from US biofacility causing 2014 West Africa outbreak, scientists claim

The 2014 Ebola outbreak may have been borne out of an accidental lab leak at a US Government-funded facility, according to a bombshell analysis. Virologist Dr Jonathan Latham — a former researcher at the University of Wisconsin — and journalist Sam Husseini say there are a number of inconsistencies in the official timeline of the West …

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Fauci and other health ‘experts’ are messing up monkeypox just as they did COVID, Ebola and AIDS

Fauci and other health ‘experts’ are messing up monkeypox just as they did COVID, Ebola and AIDS

Autrefois, je croyais que le monde était dirigé par des experts qui savaient quoi faire. Je pensais que la meilleure réponse à une crise est d’écouter les experts et de faire ce qu’ils disent parce qu’ils savent le mieux et qu’on peut leur faire confiance pour avoir nos intérêts à l’esprit. Oui, j’étais un idiot. …

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