Whether or not there really is an ebola outbreak in africa, or a carefully crafted hoax to market questionable vaccines ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/08/remembering-the-swine-flu-psyop/ http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2011/10/remembering-the-swine-flu-hoax/ ) there’s no question the whole continent is being murdered by transnational vulture banksters under the fraud and oxymoron of “industrial agriculture” ( http://www.independentsciencenews.org/un-sustainable-farming/the-founding-fables-of-industrialised-agriculture/ ). This is the USA’s future if we don’t bring some sanity to govt regulatory agencies.
Once again, I’m detailing what is causing illness and death in West Africa, without reference to the Ebola virus or any virus.
Indeed, the narrative of the virus functions as a cover story, to obscure corporate and government crimes.
The reference here is “Measuring pesticide ecological and health risks in West African agriculture…” Feb. 17, 2014, published in Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, by PC Jepson et al.
“The survey was conducted at 19 locations in five countries and obtained information from 1704 individuals who grew 22 different crops. Over the 2 years of surveying, farmers reported use of 31 pesticides…
“…certain compounds represented high risk in multiple environmental and human health compartments, including carbofuran, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, endosulfan and methamidophos.
“Health effects included cholinesterase inhibition, developmental toxicity, impairment of thyroid function and depressed red blood cell count…”
The study also notes that “[p]esticide imports to West Africa grew at an estimated 19% a year in the 1990s…well ahead of the growth in agricultural production of 2.5%…” In other words, pesticides have flooded West Africa.
Here is another vital observation: “The distribution and sale of pesticides in West Africa is not effectively regulated. Multiple channels of supply commonly include the repackaging of obsolete or illegal stocks [extremely toxic] and the correspondence between the contents of containers to what is stated on the label is poor…”
Pesticide suppliers conceal banned pesticides—which they are taking a loss on, because they can’t sell them—and put them inside containers labeled with the names of legal pesticides. …