Population Control?

With all the scares of Ebola something hasn’t been resonating as right. I know people are scared but its a fact that ebola has been around for years. Then pow …all of sudden it’s like everywhere. What bothers me is how people are responding. I read some comments on one site that suggested that people who have it should be shot for the survival of the rest. REALLY?! In less than a month, people have gone from treatment to executions? I can see how this can turn from bad to worse if someone is in control of the “panic button”. Which takes me to my next question. Who is in control of the panic button?

overpopwhat’s population control? It’s more than just reducing the population. It’s getting it to a point where whoever is in leadership can actually “control” the population. Granted, it’s far easier controlling the opinion of 10 people than it is 100. Logically it makes sense if you have a certain agenda. Is it moral? eh…

I always say, morality is based on survival, and if one groups survival is dependent of the destruction of another group then you  can see how this is easily justified in the minds of those in control of the “world game” .

I try to avoid fear-mongering and religious end world senarios, I believe it’s just the elite doing what they always do… treating people like cattle. It’s true that the world population is over 7 billion and growing and many people are in poverty so what’s the right thing? What’s humane? What is to be done when people are living longer and longer? What’s the best way to keep a secret? Put it in plain site.

Is Enterovirus caused by VACCINES?

Over 40 states have reported that children mostly under 18 have contracted the enterovirus which has killed some and cause neurological damage in others that has paralyzed them. It’s sad really and my sympathy goes out to the families who have children going through this. Online I have heard ridiculous claims that its because of the open borders and the immigrants that recently came across the border, however a virus typically doesn’t discriminate and this one has made it’s way all through the midwest. I question one thing that most kids under 18 have to under go before going off to school. What is the only common denominator that these children have in common from state to state? Why is no one questioning whether or not a faulty vaccine was administered? Maybe because if something like that got out, heads would roll. Who would be the scape goat? Who allowed a faulty vaccine to make the children sick instead of making them well? But instead of questioning the system.. we want to blame immigrants who probably still haven’t left Texas yet. Next to Ebola, CDC is keeping themselves busy with national outbreaks this year. Well play CDC …well played.