The Ebola Virus: A Worldwide Problem Requiring A Worldwide Vaccination Campaign?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

Problem – Reaction – Solution! One of the oldest tricks in the world that has been used by the powers that be on the general public was the introduction of a major crisis of some sort followed by the mass reaction/panic of the same general public to that crisis which was then followed by the implementation of an already established solution to the original problem that had been patiently waiting in the wings.

Let’s pretend that the powers that be wanted to launch a worldwide vaccination campaign on the general public. How many people do you believe would stand in line, roll up their sleeves, and stick out their arms to receive said medicine? Not too many!

Now let’s pretend that a very nasty hemorrhagic virus that is not well understood by laypersons and medical specialists alike was reported to be the next great world pandemic. Keep in mind that this hemorrhagic virus had been portrayed by the mass media and perceived by the general public as something that could bring about the deaths of many innocent people worldwide.

Finally, let’s pretend that a certain pharmaceutical company had a patented vaccine waiting to be unveiled in the laboratory that could neutralize or prevent the spread of the nasty hemorrhagic disease. How many people in the general public do you think would demand that health officials make available this miracle vaccine? Oh so many!

Could the Ebola Virus be a worldwide problem – reaction – solution campaign in progress? Will a vaccination campaign be announced and prepared for worldwide distribution in the months to come?

What do you think about this subject?

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