Proper quarantine measure not being taken in time to protect Americans — Meanwhile West Africans are saying “Better here [in America ] than in Africa... America is a better place to be [if you have Ebola].... ”
Trojan Horse Obama and the “Trojans” in the Obama White House are not effective at prophylactic measures — Stronger national leadership is necessary in these times
This “Ebola” thing is getting worse by the hour, and the heads of the CDC and the NIH show no abilities — intellectually, morally or otherwise — to deal with the real problem facing us — protecting the citizens of the United States — from a massive outbreak of Ebola right here in the continental United States — and/or something that is likely to happen first, an inundation of our health care facilities by opportunistic intruders into our country from infected areas elsewhere in the world.
What follows would seem to be some kind of “sick joke” skit on “Saturday Night Live” except it is from the coverage of the latest Ebola scare, this one in the New York metropolitan area at Newark Airport. This is what a person waiting for passengers traveling from West Africa, after they were stopped by various authorities because of a sick person traveling here from West Africa: “Better here than in Africa, noted Liberian native Joshua Brown, as he waited for friends at Gate 53. By 4 p.m., he was still waiting — and indication that passengers whose flights had originated in Liberia were being held longer. *** ‘I’m not worried for them,’ Brown told The Post of his friends. ‘Because they are coming from Africa, and America is a better place to be’ if you have Ebola, he noted. *** ‘All the people brought here are cured from Ebola, but there they die. America is a great country.’...” ( See “Sick passenger investigated for Ebola at Newark airport”
by Philip Messing, Jennifer Bain and Andrea Hay, 10/4/14, NY Post [http://nypost.com/2014/10/04/sick-passenger-investigated-for-ebola-at-newark-airport/]). The Liberian’s honesty on the subject is refreshing; especially compared to the dissembling we have gotten from our national leaders and those charged with protecting us from apocalyptic bio-hazards — the so-called experts at the National Institutes of Health and the Center for Disease Control.
Later reports of the man taken to University Hospital in Newark have indicated that he didn't have Ebola. However, it doesn’t matter whether this particular passenger was or wasn’t infected with the Ebola virus, why was such a sick person flying into Newark when his trip originated in Liberia ?
The multiple layers of bungling connected with the handling of the Dallas Ebola victim is also a reason to have no faith in the system to control this.
For several days now everybody from President Obama down to local health administrators have been advocating patience, restraint and even good discipline as they kept reassuring us that this, that or the other manifestation or outbreak of Ebola was “unlikely.” Now we are witnessing the repeated specter of people infected with the disease cropping up at airports or having recently entered the United States through an airport. The government and it’s agents in the healthcare institutions of this country continue to refuse to implement a proper quarantine regimen for travelers from the infected areas, while many healthcare experts are saying that such protocols must be put into place.
England has already limited the entry of travelers from West Africa by shutting down all British Air flights to or from West Africa. The United States has refused to even consider it.
It has been said on this blog before that the election of Barack Hussein Obama has been the admission of a Trojan Horse into the biggest engine that keeps our society going, the executive authority over our national government. As a result, in countless areas, the Obama White House and administration has opened America’s “Gates of Troy” to countless interlopers, from floods of illegal aliens to teams of Islamist terrorists, and now a variety of individuals that might be carrying with them perhaps the greatest threat that we have ever faced at our borders and ports of entry — the Ebola virus.
Conservatives and Republicans need to get behind leaders like Ted Cruz, Paul Ryan, Bobby Jindal and others who have called on imposing stringent limitations on travel to of from West Africa. What is at stake is more important than the upcoming elections. Once the genie of Ebola is out of the bottle nobody will be able to get it back in without a horrific loss of American resources and a significant number of Americans as well.
So far the liberal, Obama-following, PC crowd have won the day with their counsel of patience, restraint and good discipline; and folks like us are stuck hoping that things will change soon. Or we’re saddled with the vain hope, that like a stopped clock being right twice a day, the other side has it right this time.