Mystery virus enterovirus 68 paralyses nine children in Colorado as polio-like disease spreads across the country

We need to be watchful of these illnesses seem to be increasing and we do want to protect our children.

Taking Back America

From Daily Mail
By Associated Press
Published: 18:54 EST, 26 September 2014 | Updated: 22:28 EST, 26 September 2014

Health officials are investigating nine cases of muscle weakness or paralysis in Colorado children and whether the culprit might be a virus causing severe respiratory illness across the country.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday sent doctors an alert about the polio-like cases and said the germ — enterovirus 68 — was detected in four out of eight of the sick children who had a certain medical test. The status of the ninth case is unclear.

The virus can cause paralysis but other germs can, too. Health officials don’t know whether the virus caused any of the children’s arm and leg weaknesses or whether it’s just a germ they coincidentally picked up.

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Ebola deaths pass 3,000

The numbers just keep going up!

Sierra Leone announces indefinite citizen lockdown: two million people forced into endless quarantine as food prices skyrocket

More good news with Ebola!

The Pure Hell At The Heart Of The Ebola Pandemic In Africa Could Soon Be Coming To America

Its still here and growing!

Ebola Crisis: Yes, We Need To Help But Is Obama Ready To Keep Americans Safe?

PA Pundits - International

FSM_Betsy-McCaughey_20130410By Betsy McCaughey, PhD ~

20140806_EbolaAmericansAmerica is silently acquiescing to President Obama’s extraordinarily expensive and flawed plan to fight Ebola in West Africa.  On Tuesday, Obama announced he is committing $763 million dollars and 3,000 military personnel to taming the outbreak that so far has killed 2,400 people.

Though help is urgently needed there, the plan does too little to protect Americans.

Obama said nothing about temporarily banning commercial air travel between the U.S. and West Africa, in order to help prevent Ebola from coming here. Some 220,000 residents of West African countries have visas that permit them to enter the United States.  As the disease increases exponentially, the likelihood also increases that a person carrying Ebola, perhaps unknowingly, travels to the United States before symptom’s appear.  Northeastern University professor Allesandra Vespignanini and his research team have developed a computerized risk assessment based on travel patterns, and pegs the risk at no…

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“Ebola Martyrs” Have Now Reached South America, US Warned Is Next |

If Gunny is worried than I am too — and I’m ex-Special Forces.

President Obama Sending 3,000 U.S. Ground Troops To Battle Ebola – CDC Announcement Expected Today…

As much as this was needed months ago Obama Mr. DLDS (Mr. a day late and a dollar short) as finally done something or at least he claims he is.

Video: Ebola Patient Escapes Quarantine, Spreads Panic in Liberia

Just what we needed!

Ebola Outbreak Doubles In 3 Weeks, WHO Warns “Conventional Means Of Control Not Working”

Re-Post from ZEROHEDGE
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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has now killed 2,288 people (with 4,269 cases) according to the World Health Organization, but is accelerating dramatically. In a rather stunning admission, WHO warns, conventional means of controlling the outbreak are not working as the last 3 weeks have seen the number of cases and deaths double.

As The BBC reports,

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed 2,288 people, with half of them dying in the last three weeks, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

It said that 47% of the deaths and 49% of the total 4,269 cases had come in the 21 days leading up to 6 September.

The health agency warned that thousands more cases could occur in Liberia, which has had the most fatalities.

In Nigeria, eight people have died out of 21 cases, while one case of Ebola has been confirmed in Senegal, the WHO said in its latest update.

On Monday, the agency called on organisations combating the outbreak in Liberia to scale up efforts to control the outbreak “three-to-four fold”.

However, the WHO says conventional means of controlling the outbreak, which include avoiding close physical contact with those infected and wearing personal protective equipment, were not working well in Liberia.

Where it is…


Where it will be…


As the case and death count accelerates…


As WHO shows…


Experts: Ebola Could Go Airborne, Kill Millions

Keep watching these Ebola posts the government will not tell us the real situation until its too late!