Sunday, November 2, 2014

Maine Federal Judge Rules Ebola Is Safer Than The Flu!

No wonder why the federal judge here in Maine in my foreclosure case ruled that the court can't hear my case even though they can....they totally have no common sense at all! Read the following article!

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) When it comes to infectious disease, the medical contradictions practiced by the U.S. government are nothing short of staggering. Consider the striking contradiction between the government's policy on unvaccinated schoolchildren vs. its policy on allowing possible Ebola carriers to travel freely among the public as long as they are "asymptomatic" (i.e. showing no symptoms):

Schoolchildren who are unvaccinated are routinely ordered sent home from public schools, even if they aren't infected with anything and show no symptoms whatsoever. Parents are told their children "might be a risk to other children," and the concept of isolation is strenuously invoked to isolate unvaccinated children -- who aren't even sick -- from vaccinated children.

But when it comes to Ebola, all those explanations are thrown out the window. Ebola carriers, we're told, "aren't a threat to the public" as long as they are showing no symptoms. In Maine yesterday, a federal judge just slapped down any quarantine restrictions on the Ebola nurse Hickox. "The judge said there's no need to restrict her movements because she's not infectious because she's showing no symptoms," reported AP. [1] "Kaci Hickox is free to travel unrestricted..." says AP.

So wait a minute. How can asymptomatic Nurse Hickox -- who was trained by the CDC as an "intelligence officer" by the way -- be totally safe to run around with the public even though she might have Ebola, but asymptomatic children who weren't vaccinated are deemed so dangerous to the public that they have to be isolated from other children even when they aren't sick?

Either the vaccine zealots have been lying to us all along or the federal government is placing us all in danger of Ebola infections.

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