A Curse From The Four Horsemen
They’re riding high again, that ruthless gang of neo-liberal interventionists who dismembered Yugoslavia in the 1990s and whose underlings introduced Factor-8 HIV-infected blood plasma to cause an AIDS crisis across the war-torn Balkans.
Today the target is Africa and their newest bio-weapon of choice ebola.
Indicted here are the Four Horsemen of pestilence, famine, war and death: Tony Blair, George Soros, Anthony Lake and Bernard Kouchner. Posing as saviors of humanity, these arch-criminals are charging into Africa in the service of the diabolical union between the British Crown and House of Rothschild.
The devious plan to release the Zaire ebola strain into West Africa is aimed at a takeover of the rugged mineral-rich interior of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ivory Coast. Whoever wins the struggle for mining rights, which promise super-profits far in excess of the Blood Diamond conflicts, will be positioned as middleman between the global economy’s biggest steelmakers, particularly those in China, and the world’s last untapped reserve of iron ore.
On the ground in Africa, the revival of colonialism is directed by hedge-fund mogul George Soros, who is eliminating financial rivals in the mining sector with character assassination by his Global Witness propaganda machine and through his informants for the FBI. With typical Blair paternalism, the looting spree is legitimized under the rubric of the “African Governance Initiative” with its catch phrases of fostering “institutional capacity” in health-care and infrastructure, “transparency” in business contracts; and “helping leaders do the right thing”.
Those wonderful ideals, which have yet to be implemented in Europe or America, are being floated to justify the radical surgery of Kouchner’s “humanitarian intervention” and the “right to protect.” Using children as human shields for imperial aggression, UNICEF chief and intelligence guru Anthony Lake has just pulled off an invasion by the US and British armies under the cover of saving West Africans from the ebola contagion.
As detailed in this investigative series, the perfect pretext for Western military aggression was transferred from a biowarfare laboratory for the deliberate spreading of the ebola virus in mineral-rich Forestiere Province of the Republic of Guinea.
Blood and Iron
The start of the ebola outbreak was focused on recruitment centers for miners in those small towns that ring Guinea’s mountainous interior,which is laced with beds of iron, bauxite, copper and gold. Since then, the unstoppable ebola pandemic has bowled over West African governments and the world’s biggest mining companies, which are now pleading for a larger Western military intervention. A contagious disease is being used in a mafia-style protection racket that puts the Western colonial powers back in control of the African neighborhood.
There is another, more insidious, motive behind the release of ebola in West Africa, similar to why HIV-tainted blood was secretly flown into the Balkans. Hiding the Factor-8 plasma inside cargo planes loaded with aid supplies, a Connecticut-based charity linked with George Herbert Walker Bush obtained the infected blood from an Arkansas prison while Bill Clinton was governor. From Zagreb airport, a Croatian mafia distributed Factor-8 to hemophiliacs and the war wounded in clinics across the Balkans, resulting in hundreds of deaths.
Besides political and economic destabilization, there is a scientific objective behind this inhuman project. Infecting a vulnerable population, especially older children, enables pathologists to track down any survivors with natural immunity. The collection of human blood plasma, which produces anti-viral antibodies, is the raw material for the Western pharmaceutical industry to replicate serum production in transgenic lab animals.
That dark science was the goal of the Factor-8 operation, and why today the World Health Organization (WHO) , Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and UNICEF are tracking down survivors of ebola infection. This very fact slipped out when Dr. Kent Brantly, the now-famous missionary, received antibodies extracted from a teenage boy.
Over centuries of colonial occupation, hemorrhagic fevers were the last barrier that stood between Western mining ventures and the mineral wealth of the continent’s interior. Now, with surviving teenagers detained and sucked dry by Lake’s UNICEF and the WHO, ebola will soon be beaten, opening the African hinterlands to massive open-pit mining.
Milking unsuspecting patients of their blood plasma is modern-day vampirism. As in the Balkans war era, the enemy of humanity is a blood-thirsty coven of elite vampires The Four Horsemen must be stopped by any means necessary. In this follow-up to six exposes on viral biowarfare, let us now crack open the Seventh Seal.
Disinfo Undermines Critics
This investigative series has intensively probed the centers of biowarfare research in order to narrow down the possible suspects in the deliberate spread of Zaire ebola across West Africa. These essays are based on solid facts and bioscience to avoid making preposterous and libelous online claims such as Kenema Government Hospital in Sieera Leone being a biowar lab sponsored by George Soros.
In a highly charged situation of riots against medical workers and Western military intervention, fact-based forensic investigation is required to combat the deceptive stratagems of the globalist charlatans. Erroneous claims from an anonymous writer are also insensitive to the families and patients of those brave doctors who died of ebola infection in the line of duty.
The Poynter Institute for media studies in Florida has debunked the false claims of the unidentified online writer. The Poynter staff found that Soros does not fund any clinic in Africa, much less the center of resistance to ebola in Sierra Leone. The libel is either idiotic sensationalism that sabotages serious investigative journalism or perhaps was intentionally planted by the Soros media-manipulation machine to discredit his critics.
The problem is not the existence of a microbiology lab at Kenema, but its inadequacy as a mere BioSafety Level 2 facility, when it should be a full Level 4, of which only two exist in Africa. Western aid donors, due to their own biowarfare fears, are hesitant to establish top-level labs in nations with a large Islamic population. That paranoiac attitude has only increased the scope of this outbreak.
As for the other scurrilous claims, a Tulane University joint project with Kenema to develop a detection device for Lassa fever was wrongly linked to biowarfare applications. Although more prevalent than ebola, Lassa is slower to spread and therefore not a candidate for weapons development. Designing a fast-diagnostic test with local partners is exactly the sort of medical support Western institutions should be providing to replace high-cost imported diagnostic technology. Tulane should be praised for the ground-level approach and for sharing patent rights.
The Gates Foundation is misguided in its funding of multi-vaccine campaigns, which are profitable to the pharmaceuticals and convenient for health administrators but harmful and even lethal for children who suffer side effects. In the ebola contagion, however, its recent $50 million contribution for anti-contagion work sets a good example for other donors. Instead of slandering Gates, people should be pushing the foundation toward basic sanitation and other environmental health measures instead of pumping drugs into children as if they are piglets.
There is an undeniable biowarfare aspect to this ebola crisis, since Zaire ebola does not naturally occur in the region, but critics must make a serious effort at gathering forensic evidence rather jump to hasty conclusions. As for Soros, he stands guilty, but the specific grounds for his culpability must be charted through facts and relationships, as follows.
Six Degrees of Colonization
There is no need to connect the dots, since that’s already been done by US Ambassador to Guinea-Conakry Alex Laskaris as quoted by Patrick Radden Keefe in a New Yorker article on Guinea:
There are no coincidences when it comes to a globalist circle jerk, the mandatory homage before the power brokers, especially if one is a self-styled Marxist like Conde. The official biography states that he arrived in France as a 15 year old, but informal accounts indicate he immigrated with his parents at 7 years of age. His early connection to the Right Bank’s left wing was Bernard Kouchner, a classmate at Lycee Turgot in the 3rd arrondissement, a wealthy Pletzel corner of the Jewish Quarter known as Le Marais.
At university the sel-et-poivre (salt and pepper) duo swung to the right of the left. Banished from the Communist Party of France for an attempt to oust the Old Guard leaders, Kouchner led the strike at the Sorbonne medical school during les Evenements de Mai, or the May Events in the 1968 student revolt that shut down Paris. His comrade in arms Alpha Conde emerged as leader of the Federation of Black African Students, armed with Jewish-donated francs and revolutionary theories of the Negritude intellectuals, Algerian psychologist Franz Fanon and Harlem firebrand Malcolm X.
Influenced by the anti-communism of the Prague Spring, the emergent New Left unwittingly faced a greater threat than the truncheons of the gendarmes. The radical students were targeted for recruitment by the CIA’s hip “youth culture” campaign developed by the Frankfurt School and the MK-ULTRA program. Dispensing psychedelic drugs and promoting rock music, the radical-chic intelligence agents in Paris soon had the brightest and best agitators on their payroll and under their thumb. After a makeover, Kouchner and Conde shifted to left of the right.
Serving in the humanitarian aid ministry and as Health Minister under Socialist Francois Mitterrand, Kouchner was later appointed as UN administrator for Kosovo and as the conservative Sarkozy’s foreign minister. Whenever yesterday’s extremist radical morphs into today’s Establishment warhorse, he was probably a state security agent all along.
Mensonge Sans Frontieres (Mendacity Without Borders)
Could Kouchner and his sidekick Conde really be operatives of US intelligence? This is what unofficial biographer Pierre Pean has to say: “There is total convergence of Kouchner’s actions in the Balkans with those of the Americans.” As for African geopolitics, the biographer adds that the co-founder of Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF, Doctors Without Borders) “undermined France’s strategy to counter the Anglo-Saxon reconquest of Africa” in Rwanda and Sudan.
The portrait painted by Pean suggests Kouchner to be at best a double agent, tasked with insinuating French interests into the American-British global strategy. His minor French interests are shown in funding from oil giant Total and Sanofi Pasteur pharmaceutical for a Conakry maternity hospital now being built by Kouchner’s No Borders Consultants.
The Anglo-American agenda has been dominant in Kouchner’s operations as shown in his close relationship with the late John Garang, who implemented the petroleum strategy of Baptist Texans by seceding South Sudan from Khartoum’s authority. The priority given to US-UK interests is reflected in the present ebola crisis, which is serving as the pretext for a new British and American military insertion into Sierra Leone and Liberia, a humanitarian intervention officially supported by MSF.
It should be noted that Kouchner’s romance with America is not exceptional and has been shared by many European progressives, from Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse of the Frankfurt school to crooner Yves Montand. American popular culture, and the car-centered lifestyle, promote the impression of mobility, which is easily equated with personal freedom and democracy, especially for foreigners who have not experienced being trapped in a hidden class structure more nuanced than in the stuffy Old World.
The seduction is consummated when an aspiring college graduate discovers that his or her CIA case officer can be smart, affable, well-read and persuasive in making the case for signing aboard with the Agency. Being a spy creates a split personality, an identity psychosis. Comrade Kouchner, monsieur, your biography is required reading so that others do not follow in your pathetic footsteps by assuming that you might be a hero.
As for Conde, after spending more than a half-century of his life in France, he returned to Guinea as a professional politician flush with foreign money to lead the Rally of the Guinean People. After a couple of unsuccessful campaigns, he emerged victorious in the 2010 election, which was rife with violence and accusations of vote-buying. Kouchner was a guest of honor at his inauguration. On his monthly visits to Conakry, the French physician reportedly rides to his “charity” projects in a presidential limousine under the protection of palace guards. Working for the CIA can be rewarding. All one has to do is trade in your conscience.
President Conde’s assigned role is to transfer the mineral wealth of West Africa to major Anglo-Saxon mining companies, For these complex mega-business dealings, Kouchner and Conde needed a well-connected auctioneer in the person of George Soros.
Why dwell on Kouchner’s treacherous career path? Because the organization he founded, Medicins Sans Frontiers, and its partner group Plan International was conducting UNICEF-sponsored vaccination programs in Gueckedou, Guinea, just days before the first outbreak of Zaire ebola, as detailed below. The group is at the top of the suspect list.
Business before politics is the rule of the African power game, so keep the eyes on the prize before declaring war against these medical criminals.
Big Tuskers at Turf War
When bull elephants fight, the grass is crushed. The adage applies to West Africa today, especially Guinea. The torn-up pastures from the Blood Diamonds rebellions are hardly re-seeded before more herds, this time bellowing for base metals, come stomping in. In the clouds of dust and stench of dung, it is not easy to keep track of the casualty count.
Perhaps rugby is the metaphor more appropriate for the South African heavyweights in this contest to win mining licenses. First off, there’s the Africa Global Capital team captained by ANC executive Tokyo Sexwale (the nickname come from his knack at karate) and managed by Olaf Walter Hennig, who made his fortune in Congo diamonds, in partnership with Och-Ziff investment from New York.
Henning’s Palladino company fronted a $25 million loan to the Mining Ministry in 2011, and was paid back after Alpha Conde won a run-off. As supporters of the Black Economic Empowerment program, this team allied with JP Morgan Casanove and Oppenheimer comes closest to political correctness in the extraction industry. Of course, the politics of open-pit mining can hardly be deemed correct under any criteria.
Glencore, the Zug-based metals trader founded by the late Marc Rich, is now run by a Jewish Springbok named Ivan Glasenberg and his school chum at the Theodor Hertzl School, Mick Davis. Founder of XStrata, Davis is a center-right Zionist and the most generous supporter of Jewish charities. Glasenberg is waiting in the wings, perhaps for an unspoken reason, before jumping into the messy fray over the Simandou iron-ore region.
Other big players include Brazil iron giant Vale, the Rothschld’s Rio Tinto, the Soros-invested Newmont Mining, Indian-UK steelmaker ArcelorMittal, Oleg Deripaska’s RUSAL aluminum, ALCOA, the Oppenheimer’s AngloGold Ashanti and on and on.
The contest to exploit mineral deposits is happening in a least-developed country smaller than New Zealand with a population of 10 million. That’s not a lot of grass to trample, so in rugby terms, it’s a scrum.
An honorable mention goes to the metal trader everyone loves to hate: Beny Steinmetz.
Rumble in the Jungle II
With his jujube eyes and furrowed skin, Steinmetz looks like Keith Richards on a bad morning. No charmer, the boss of the Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR) hires South African mercenaries who inspired the fictional private army in the DiCaprio movie “Blood Diamond”. A former Israeli Defense Force trooper, he has sent Muslim Guineans to join the IDF for combat training for some undisclosed purpose. His Geneva-based diamond brokerage is the biggest customer for De Beers, yet he purchases stones from West Africa and the Katanga region of Congo. He holds four passports, including Israeli, French, Swiss and Belgian. He backed a military coup leader in Guinea with funds, weapons and gunmen.
His political leanings in Israel are to the far right with Avigdor Lieberman, Ehud Olmert and Bibi Netanyahu. Too cheap to pay his Israeli taxes, Steinmetz emigrated from Netanya, Israel to Switzerland. The sixth-richest Jew in the world, Benny’s so tight with the cash that he sold, not gave, shares in his diamond business to his brother. It may be Jewish custom to keep the money in the family, but Benny keeps the family out.
This rogue was made to be an arch-villain. In an brutal battle over mining rights, it is the dirtier fighter, the ruthless thug, the gangster with a killer instinct, who comes away the winner. So, let’s say the brawl is between Benny the Beast Steinmetz and gentleman George Soros for the prize of all the iron ore in Guinea. Which would you bet your golden guinea on? You’ve lost.
Benny was hammered, roper-dopered to his knees, and knocked down and out by Soros.
Choosing Between Devils
As a sometime university lecturer, one is expected to make scholarly sense of the world beyond a simpleton’s insight that rich people are crooks and globalists even bigger thieves. Since the simple explanation already says it all, pardon the jargon.
The clash over African mineral rights is between two modes of foreign investment in regard to the extraction industries:
- the older Conflict model that emerged from the Katanga-Mobutu era of resource warfare evolved through direct foreign military intervention or proxy warfare as in the blood diamond rebellions, resulting in disenfranchisement of the poor under military regimes led by dictatorial oligarchs; it should be noted this type of early-stage capitalism is rooted in the goods-producing industrial sector; versus
- a newer Consensus strategy of humanitarian interventions and color revolutions to install technocrat-controlled governments backed by global institutions for transfer national assets into international market shareholdings, done through financial takeovers and joint ventures, backed by Western investment banks; this upscale economy is based in the service sector.
Since this essay is a forensic foray to solve a crime of mass murder, readers are spared a lengthy economics lesson. To cut to the quick, the older competitive model is grounded in the labor-intensive production of hard goods, for instance, diamonds and steel, meaning employment and wages for lots of local people. The consensus economy is based in the services sector, under which the big money is allotted to investors, accountants, lawyers, insurers, marketing experts and advertising execs, whose inclination is to impose ever-higher productivity demands on workers, meaning automation and a shrinking working class.
In the real economy, Africa could use its own steel mills with a large workforce rather than high-efficiency ports that quickly strip out natural resources and create few jobs. In short, if Africans have to choose between the two models, it is better to stick with the known evil of the industrial model, and expand that sector by investing in steel mills and foundries. Blue collar is better for the majority of Africans than white collar.
Foreigners also have a stake in this debate. Benny pays out of his own pocket for a private army, whereas Soros gets the US and British taxpayer to fund troop deployments. Not to say that he’s a saint, Benny Steinmetz is the better choice than Soros.
Steinmetz’s rise and fall in Guinea began with a nod from the aging dictator Lansana Conte on his deathbed in 2008, apparently in a meeting arranged through the good graces of First Lady Mamadie Toure. Upon Conte’s death, army Captain Moussa Dadis Camara launched a coup d’etat to prevent a comeback to power by supporters of the nation’s founder, the late Sekou Toure, a one-party hardliner feared for throwing his critics into labor camps.
Capt. Camara appointed as his new Minister of Mines Mahmoud Thiam, a Cornell graduate who worked for Merrill Lynch and UBS. Steinmetz brought a troubling fact to Thiam’s attention: The Rothschild-controlled Rio Tinto had done nothing with its mining rights acquired in 1997 in the north and south parts of the iron-rich Simandou Range. As operator of Australia’s vast Pilbara range, Rio Tinto was blocking Simantou development to create a worldwide iron shortage, causing ore prices to skyrocket during China’s economic boom.
In both spirit and letter of the law, Steinmetz and Thiam were correct. A mining licences entails real activity, not just in mining but also construction of infrastructure, including a railway line and port facilities. Thiam therefore stripped Rio Tinto of its northern site and transferred it to Steinmetz’s BSGR and gave him in addition a new southern area called Zagoto. Lacking the mining experience or capital needed for a project on this massive scale, Steinmetz “flipped” the Simandou contract by selling off to Vale, the Brazilian giant based in the Iron Quadrangle in Minas Gerais province. Vale needed to shore up its asset value, which was being undermined by the Soros Fund’s short selling.
The haughty Rothschilds were caught with their pants down by Steinmetz’s move. At that same time, a price-fixing scheme between Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Vale culminated in the arrest of Rio employees on industrial-espionage charges in China. As world ore prices peaked, and panicked by the Guinean confiscation, the Rothschilds called in their crafty soldier of fortune George Soros.
To prevent further bad news reaching the stock market, Rio Tinto abandoned its imprisoned employees in China and make amends with Beijing by selling off its south Simantou stake to the Aluminum Company of China (Chinalco). With the profits from $1.7 billion deal, Rio Tinto paid the Guinean government $700 million in compensation for tardiness in mine development.
Soon thereafter former First Lady Toure was wired by the FBI during a Florida meeting with a Steinmetz Group manager. A confidential FBI report on political corruption was mysteriously leaked to Global Witness Report, the Soros-funded propaganda group. The Swiss commercial police raided Steinmetz’s home in Geneva. Steinmetz accused Soros of slandering him in the media. So what else is new that we don’t know, Benny?
Soros slipped funds into Alpha Conde’s campaign, turning the tide against his popular rival Celou Dalein Diallo. The new Conde government ordered the arrest of Steinmetz’s local executives for bribery and suspended the Vale-BSGR contract. In the dead of night, a rocket was fired at Conde’s home, and the blame was cast on Steinmetz, who claimed it was a false-flag attack intended to further tarnish his surly image. The press carried exposes of Steinmetz links to Israeli and South African mercenaries. Four Israelis were imprisoned on an offshore island for plotting a coup, as if Steinmetz had any cards left to play. Soros was burying him alive under an avalanche of accusations.
With the public humiliation of Steinmetz, the collapse of Vale’s share value, and Rio Tinto’s fate up in the air, Soros sat right where he wants to, on the kingmaker’s seat.
These were just tidbits, nowhere near enough to satisfy his appetite for total market control. Why not drive down the share value of all mining companies in West Africa? The soon-to-be penny stocks could be gotten for a song. Now that’s a job for ebola.
As ebola raged through the West African mountains, even coming back to towns hit earlier, the executives of 11 major mining companies appealed to world leaders for an intervention. The beleaguered companies deprived of their work forces include: ArcelorMittal , Randgold Resources, London Mining, IAMGOLD, Newmont, Aureus Mining, and Hummingbird Resources. Soros has them where he wants them, necks on the chopping block. Event the Rothschilds will have to pay for a reprieve.
Taking its cue, the Cameron government announced a humanitarian intervention with the dispatch of the Royal Army to set up a field hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Meanwhile Soros protege Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf authorized her military to use gunfire against anti-quarantine protesters in the West Point slum of Monrovia, killing a teenager. US Ambassador Deborah Malac criticized the use of deadly force. The shootings prompted Barack Obama to order the Pentagon to prepare an expeditionary force for a Liberian mission.
With their Atlantic ports and large airfields, West Africa nations are a new base of operations for the US Africa Command in the regional fight against Al Qaeda-linked Emirate of the Magreb in Mali, north of Guinea, and Boko Haram in nearby Nigeria. The regional group Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has an clause on collective security, meaning US and British troops will be able to operate as far as the Niger and Mali border.
The deliberate planting of the Zaire ebola virus got the intended results, justifying an otherwise unacceptable US-British military intervention in West Africa. Just a few short years after Tony Blair shook hands with Alpha Conde, the African Governance Initiative now has real muscle behind its agenda. With a pandemic out of control, local armed forces shooting civilians, medical staff dying in droves and regional leaders at a total loss, this US military intervention will be remembered as a classic example of “leading from behind” to get what you’re after.
Leading from Behind
When UNICEF chief Anthony Lake talks over an encrypted mobile phone, Barack Obama listens, usually on a golf course away from his snoopy White House staff. The president’s national security team, including Susan Rice and Samantha Power, tend to be full of assertive opinions but short on political subtlety. Lake, as his surname suggests, may be deep, quiet and clear, but those qualities are also a source of endless hydropower, as defined by feng shui. Nothing is more powerful than water.
Other than his much-publicized conversion to Judaism, Lake is a cipher even though he served as a top foreign-policy expert for Jimmy Carter and Clinton’s national security advisor. The Obama White House has repeatedly urged him to take the post of director of the Central Intelligence Agency, but the mild-mannered Lake instead opted to head UNICEF.
There are few intellectual challenges left for him at Langley following the publication of the millennium Vision reports on trends far into the 21st century. At the UN children’s agency, in contrast, Lake is shaping the world future through the twin priorities of education and health. The rise of Islamist fundamentalism has shown that education is the contested zone between the madrassa and secular schools. Strong public school systems around the world are the first line of defense against sectarian violence and terrorism.
As for health, the main brake on economic development for two-thirds of the world is illness due to lack of a health-care infrastructure. The current generation of leaders in developing countries see no immediate benefit from bearing the cost of public health-care. Therefore, UNICEF can expand public-private partnerships as exemplified by the Gates Foundation.
Institutional capacity building, in short, is the effective global strategy for extending American power into the next century. As for the Western elite’s fixation on security, Lake has stressed the issue of children in warfare. The best way to end the child soldier problem is to put children in schools and let big strong adults do the fighting, preferably in the uniforms of America’s allies. In short, caring for the world’s children is the best rationale for Western dominance in the decades ahead.
At the UN headquarters in New York, Lake has access to all the world’s political leaders and opinion makers, but he makes a point of keeping a low profile. Perhaps because some astute prime minister might ask: If this program hasn’t been done in Chicago’s South Side or South-Central Los Angeles, how can we trust you to do it in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Which gets to his theory of leading from behind. Sure, the early bird gets the worm, but the last man standing takes all the rest. Americans have a poor success record at invasion, as Lake learned for himself from the Blackhawk Down incident in Somalia, but the US system can outlast all rivals.
When it came to creating a pretext for the West African intervention, the Guru of the East River left the details to the other three horsemen, since it’s better to lead from behind.
The Perfect Crime, Nearly
Tony Blair’s Africa Governance Initiative is mainly about showing corrupt politicians how to white-wash their public image. The Guinea program launched with President Conde is the first AGI project in an Fracophone country, meaning he has a lot of washing to do.
The Africa policy is based on the concepts of two key Blair allies: Oxford don Paul Collier on economic development theory and intelligence adviser Sir Richard Clive Mottram on security issues.
As a board member of the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), Mottram is a pivotal strategist behind the UK government’s Strategic Defence and Security Review, which calls for integration of civilian and military command structures to meet global crises, such as epidemic outbreaks, and to tackle risks "associated with resources, such as key mineral components important for particular industries.”
Adviser to the IMF and World Bank, Collier is the Gordon Gecko of development theory with his formula of “greed versus grievance”. According to the professor, who heads the Africa Development Studies program at Oxford, discontented people join protests and insurgencies because they are seeking benefits, such as concessions in terms of money, jobs, land and other favors from governments or parties that will dispense these consumables. People basically do not fight against injustice due to religious persecution or ethnic bias. Greed spurs crowds to action, while grievances cause depression. Thus as the Gecko of Wall Street put it: Greed is good.
On the ground in Guinea, Collier’s theory is partially responsible for the assault on the big mining companies. If all the mining companies put their bids on the table in the same round of negotiations instead of bribing officials, the Guineans would be able to pick and choose the most advantageous on a competitive basis. The rnew politics under Conde is similar to auction theory, which matches the best possible buyer and seller without arbitrary factors such as bribery or favoritism. The one inherent problem, however, is that greed causes people to cheat. The bidding process can be rigged, like elections, as Conde and his adviser Soros well realize.
Under the Blair governance scheme, African governments should use their share of the mining revenues to fund schools, hospitals and the like. Greed, however, will ensure that politicians and financial wizards like Soros will pocket that money for themselves instead. Nothing is going to filter down to the poor, as usual.
Mottram’s Dstl team is based at Porton Down and its ancillary facility at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the focus of essays in this series as a suspected source of ebola virus samples. The Zaire-Gabon/Congo strain, which was obtained by the Canadian lab during the 2003 West Cuvette outbreak in the Republic of Congo (Brazzaville), is especially attractive as a bioweapon, because it can strike the same place twice, doubly terrorizing local residents. This airborne strain was deliberately introduced to Gueckdou, Guinea, the initial locale of the current outbreak.
Milk, Beyond Nutrition
The Canadian National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, as disclosed in Part 7 of this series, dispatched one of three research teams to the 2003 ebola outbreak in Gabon and Congo-Brazzaville, source of the predecessor strain of the virus now in West Africa. The Manitoba lab is also where two of three antibodies in the ZMapp drug cocktail for ebola were tested on mice and monkeys. That laboratory obtained its library of ebola antibodies from the Dstl biowarfare group at Porton Down, England.
Now that the highly probable source is known to us, how was the bio-agent delivered?
In late January 2014, three aid organizations launched a measles vaccination campaign in Guinea lasting several weeks. The time-frame in February corresponds with the early round of outbreaks, which was identified by mid-March. The virus requires about two weeks in its transmission and replication cycle before the patient is dead from bleeding.
Here, it must be pointed out that The New York Times report, claiming the first infection in Patient Zero occurred in late December, is based on inaccurate information, since the rapid speed of transmission indicates a start much closer to the full outbreak in mid-March. The 2-year-old boy who died of a hemorrhagic fever probably had contracted Lassa or dengue fever. The local clinic may well be mistaken.
Gueckedou at the epicenter is located on the border of Forestiere Region. The outbreak spread inside that hilly area to the towns of Maceta, Kissidougou and Kerouane, which are recruiting centers for miners sent to the Simandou Range and Mount Nimba, in southeastern Guinea close to the borders with Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire.
The chain of clinics in those towns is run by Plan International, a children’s aid program based in Woking, Surrey, in the southeast of Greater London. Plan International Guinea operates community programs only in Forestiere, and not the other three regions of the country.
Plan International cooperated with the Medicins San Frontiers team that dispensed the measles vaccine provided by UNICEF. If, indeed, the ebola virus was secretly passed to children and their mothers, the possible means of ebola transmission were inside the oral measles vaccine or through boxes of milk. Due to the low genetic potential of local cattle, most available milk, especially in the impoverished forest region, is in imported powder form and provided by foreign charities like UNICEF and Plan International
The addition of ebola samples to reconstituted liquid milk in cartons would explain the spread of the virus to communities that had no contact with infected areas, for example, in the case of a hunter living in an isolated part of Sierra Leone.
Plan International also runs an international foster parent program. The charity was founded by John Langdon-Davies, a journalist in the Spanish Civil War who sent orphans to England for adoption. While expressing sympathy for the Republican cause during the Spanish conflict, he later became an opponent of the left and was awarded an MBE for training the Home Guard. His political about-face suggests that Langdon-Davies may have been a British intelligence agent from the start, a journalism equivalent of Bernard Kouchner.
The current head of Medicins Sans Frontieres is Joanne Liu, a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, a medical school associated with the MI-6, CIA, Tavistock Institute and the MK-ULTRA experiments under Dr. Ewan Cameron. Her area of specialization, pediatrics, also fits neatly into the Anthony Lake agenda at UNICEF and Plan International.
After touring West Africa in late August, Dr. Liu told UN ambassadors in New York: “To curb the epidemic, it is imperative that states immediately deploy civilian and military assets with expertise in biohazard containment. Without this deployment, we will never get the epidemic under control." Her plea for an integrated civilian and military command structure to meet a public-health crisis is straight out of Mottram’s security review.
Conclusion: Guilty as Charged
This investigation has uncovered several elements with sufficent synchronicity to indicate the ebola pandemic was deliberately spread by a covert operation:
- strategic motivation of capacity building to recolonize West African nations
- primary objective of creating a pretext for military intervention
- secondary objective of forcing a reshuffle of mining contracts across the region
- capability to obtain Zaire-Gabon/Congo virus in the 2004 Middle Africa outbreak
- capability to weaponize ebola under Dstl contracts with Canada’s microbiology lab
- delivery logistics in Plan International centers during a MSF-UNICEF vaccine drive
- delivery method in cartons of milk to spread the infection to isolated mining towns
- high-level political sponsors and beneficiaries who can mount a media cover-up
The ebola contagion in West Africa is, without a shadow of doubt, a man-made epidemic unleashed in a psychological warfare operation aimed at legitimizing Western military intervention in the phony war against terrorism. The underlying aim is foreign corporate control over mineral resources, oil fields and critical infrastructure along with a Western-led development program to recolonize Africa under US-British mastery..
The net result is that if African leaders fail to oppose this morbid and exploitative invasion, radical Islamic forces can be expected to mobilize a jihad against the invaders. The war for metals could result in more casualties than the Blood Diamond conflicts of the past decade. Africa is symbolized by green, yellow and black, but iron ore is the color of blood.
Yoichi Shimatsu, a science journalist based in Thailand, organized a medical information team of microbiologists during the SARS and avian influenza contagions in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.
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