When news of the Ebola virus epidemic started breaking a few months ago, we knew it was bad.
But we didn’t know just how bad things would really become.
Over the past few months, the Ebola virus has killed thousands of people in Africa, and two American doctors even contracted the disease.
Ebola is continuing to spread with no end in sight.
Just how close to home will this get?
Could it happen here?
Martial Law Declared in Sierra Leone in Response to Ebola Virus
This week, Obama sent 3,000 US soldiers to Africa to “combat” the Ebola virus outbreak.
You may be asking yourself what a soldier could possibly do to combat a deadly virus. The answer apparently, is “declare martial law and treat infected people like criminals.”
Ebola victims who flee deadly hospitals will be hunted down and rounded up
People who are “reluctant” are those who have fled Sierra Leon’s hospitals which have become nothing more than Ebola death traps that offer no solutions whatsoever against Ebola.
This entire campaign, which is being supported by thousands of U.S. soldiers as well as the United Nations, is a striking sign of extreme desperation, demonstrating that world governments are now resorting to “nuclear options” in last-ditch attempts to halt the exploding outbreak that could kill millions, even if it stays contained within the African continent.
What the U.N. and W.H.O. are really causing, however, is encouraging citizens of Sierra Leone to flee the country in order to escape the medical martial law. This may actually increase the spread of Ebola rather than containing it.
The spread of Ebola shows no signs of slowing down, and it’s only a matter of time before it spreads outside of Africa.
The Ebola virus is already an international emergency, and it will get a lot worse before it gets better.
Don’t think we here in the US are immune to the disease, or to the kind of tyranny we’re seeing in Africa right now.
Always remember, it can happen anywhere. And most likely, it will.
To learn more about the threat of medical martial law, click here.
And start preparing now, before it’s too late.