As with dissemination of the AIDS virus, the Ebola virus was a matter done by the Service-to-Self crowd in the past, a matter now at rest, which we therefore can discuss per the Rules of Engagement. The Ebola virus was one of many gleaned from the bowels of the African jungles. Lest some think something sinister about Africa, this same destructiveness could be gleaned from many jungles, or even deserts for that matter. It is not the continent or its inhabitants, it is the use they have been put to - the evil use. As we discussed under the AIDS topic, Africa and South America are targeted continents. Aliens in the Service-to-Self orientation, along with human converts in the CIA, extracted the AIDS virus and other viruses for use in what they termed cleansing of the continent. The land, rich in resources, was then to be theirs, and any human inhabitants having natural immunity to the viruses unleashed would be their docile servants. Africa and South America have long histories of such abuse, being colonized for centuries in such a manner.
The Ebola virus did not catch on as did the AIDS virus, and the reason was simple. It tended to kill its handlers! When cast out among the swine, as was the phrase used to describe dissemination, the swine would die, but those casting their evil seed could not run fast enough. They carried it home with them, and they died in secreted hospital rooms, infecting their frantic nurses and doctors. After a time or two, they gave up on the Ebola virus, which refused to be tamed. The original plan of dissemination was to be by airborne means. This never came about as the early tests ran amuck. The Ebola virus is not fragile, dying quickly when exposed to oxygen or sunlight. If encased in water droplets, it lives. Thus it could be easily dispersed over a broad area. This stage of the plan was never enacted, nor were the several steps prior to this stage. Key questions to be answered were how long a given infectious period would last, how far the infection would spread on the ground, and how well it could be contained. As it ran like wildfire amongst its handlers, these questions were answered. The decision was made to void the plans.
Why then does it flare up, now and then? It is indigenous in Africa, but the spate of recent flare- ups are because it is now also widely dispersed. No longer lying in the swamps, infecting lizards and snakes which have little contact with humans as they are not the food of choice. Now resident in other hosts, such as rats and cockroaches, which mingle freely among humans. Why did Ebola not spread in this manner earlier? It did, but in an area not frequented by humans. Its original home was swamps, the last place humans live in when they are given a choice. Water logged, full of snakes and lizards, crawling with bugs, humid and unable to grow crops. The virus spread in its normal method, but as the insects and rodents indigenous to these swamps were not adapted to others biospheres, the virus stayed in the swamps. This virus not only refused to be tamed, it also is now running free. Too late to put the cork back in the bottle. Africa is having her revenge on those who would own her. She has made herself undesirable. She has placed poison in her loins.
The Ebola virus is spread in a manner not understood by virologists. They assume it is a new virus, but it has been around almost as long a man himself in his current bioengineered form. This virus was one the genetic engineers of the past were aware of, and this is precisely why members of the Service- to-Self crowd, in cahoots with members of the CIA, were able to locate it so quickly. It was at hand. This virus is most virulent in fecal matter, not the blood or blood serums, and is not at all spread through the breath. Of course, if one handled blood or blood serums with open cuts on their hands, infection would occur. However, it is the horticultural practices in Zaire that have contributed to the outbreaks, and it is these same practices worldwide that those hoping to spread the virus were counting on. The Ebola virus lives quite well in dead tissue, and this is one reason it kills its victims so quickly, turning their internal organs into mush. Were this not the case, it would never have been such a survivor. A virus that kills its victims in days or hours and then itself dies would be unlikely to survive.
Defecation is the primary route of spread, as in Africa the diet is fibrous and defecation occurs several times a day. Even a quickly dying victim, one dying within hours, is likely to defecate at least once. In Africa, as in most primitive countries, sewage is not treated but rather is left to stand or used as fertilizer or swept into a river to hopefully float away and become someone else's problem. Not infrequently, sewage is used to fertilize, not so much in Africa as in other countries where the soil has been depleted. In Africa, where the heat reduces fecal matter to soil within hours, it is left to stand where it was placed. Ignored, but not by insects, who are adapted to host on all manner of material, however disgusting this may be to humans. Each fresh meal is thus consumed and the insects move on - to be eaten by other insects or small rodents such as rats. And these carriers defecate in areas where their defecation can be included in human food, in food preparation areas. In Africa, hygiene is the least of anyone's worries. This is a bitterly poor continent, and the constant wars distract the populace.
Those wishing to stop the spread should lecture on keeping food preparation areas clean, and ensuring that hospital toilet routines are treated with utmost cleanliness. Wear gloves when handling the bed pan and cleaning the patient. Unlike AIDS, which must have live blood cells in order to survive for long, the Ebola virus is not picky about its host.