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ebola a pandemic ..of epic proportions

I have to say ...ebola is  going to be one pain in the  ass for  CDC....i personally  think like all  depts of the american  govt .....they all lie  like  congressmen .....i personally think its  worse  than they are  saying ....but then who the  fuck am i  ....one person  how  can they document ,all the people  he  has  been in contact with ....really....the C.D.C   much like the W.H.O....is  run by people  who are  on a payroll  if they were  paid to tell the truth they would  starve.......

The govt  does not care  about the  average person ,its a fact  if they did   things would not be  happening the  way  they  are.......the fact of the  matter is  the only time a  govt really  and truly gives  a fuck about you is  when you  vote  ....much like  joining the  military...as  soon as you  sign on the line  ....they do not give a  fuck ....its a ll  america  cares  about....i tel people  america is  not a country  ...its a business  pure and  simple .....as long as you understand  the intentions and  do not live constantly with your  head up your  ass  and understand ...its nothing personal  its  just business.....

Ebola  will be a pandemic i predict ...becasue when it comes to the truth ....you will  never get  it ..in america ...there is truth...justice and the american way.....i am not condoning it  ...its  just how it is  .....i am  sure the ebola  thing will get  covered  up ....i am not bothered  i am not a  fan of human beings  too much i have  enough  friends  that matter...ebola  like  all other pandemics ,will attack the poor  and  suffering and economically challenged ....so lets see  how  the CDC really stups up ...........



MONROVIA, Liberia -- Amid the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, it's easier to get help if you are dead than if you are alive.
My producer and I were driving back from an assignment in Monrovia, where we filmed this morning's "Good Morning America" segment, when we saw a burial team working along the roadway surrounded by crowds of angry locals.
A community leader said they had been trying to get help for the dead man for days, but no ambulance ever came. When the man died, a burial team came in an hour.


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PHOTO: A burial team discovers a man thought to be dead was actually alive in Liberia on Oct. 2, 2014.

PHOTO: A burial team discovers a man thought to be dead was actually alive in Liberia on Oct. 2, 2014.
We watched as the burial team suited up and approached the body lying against a wall. They sprayed it down with bleach and moved it to a black, plastic sheet and began to wrap it up.
"We couldn't get him help when he was alive," a community leader told me. "They only come when you die."
Just then, the dead man moved his arm -- just a little, but clearly a sign of life.
"He's alive," someone yelled.
The burial team unwrapped him and put him back on the ground. The man was alive but looked like he would only last a few more hours.
About ten minutes later, an ambulance pulled up and a separate team of health workers loaded him into the back.
The crowd went wild cheering.

Watch: What It Takes to Enter an Ebola Ward


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