It is abominable the level of negligence suffered by our medical personnel and other first-responders. That they should face dealing with Ebola or EV68 without the best in infectious disease protocols, training, and equipment because short-sighted or corruption conscripted administrative managers feel the whole Ebola situation is over-blown by media and genuinely worried people. Ebola is rapidly proving to be a multi-pronged biological attack upon the whole of the planet and respectively upon the American population which is seen by the eugenics movement as liberty-loving hold outs practicing an insidious form of tribalistic thinking not conducive to totalitarian control systems useful for their purposes!
Ladies and gentlemen, this means our leadership whether it is in the administrative realm or the governmental system realm is for our intensive purposes, disturbingly dysfunctional. Our medical personnel and first responders are at dire risk, as demonstrated by the nurse who has now become afflicted while treating the Texas patient from West Africa. And today the news is a flood with other possible cases, and no further viable preventative measures than the screening of body temperature of passengers disembarking from aircraft whose origins were points in or near the West African hot zones, all exercises in mediocrity, seeming more akin to grudging public pacification than any real preventative measures.
If our leadership is so disfunctional, then what are our medical personnel and first-responders to do? Direct comments from sources close to us have indicated that many will not participate in anything that even remotely resembles the E-virus if they have not what they believe to be adequate training, PPE (personal protective equipment), appropriate protocols for an infectious disease which by German accounts is not only airborne but contagious in asymptomatic states! Quite frankly our medical personnel and first responders are in dire need of the public’s direct assistance.
I call for people to contact the directors and managers of hospitals and demand they respond appropriately to the crisis BEFORE it becomes pandemic in this nation, as it is in Africa. Our first responders, nurses, physicians, and other personnel need equipment, training, and handling protocols commiserate with the experiential reality of the disease. It is not tolerable their requests to their supervisors and management are being ignored, or downplayed. It is not tolerable that government does not support them in any meaningful visible manner. It is not tolerable that the alternative media has in their possession intelligence which these professionals are not readily privy to, because of information screening, mainstream media censorship apparatus, and a seemingly simple minded approach by the CDC and its eugenics affiliates.
I could say much more, giving detailed accounts of the long lists of information pertaining to the cause for this editorial rant. However, at this point I no longer see any purpose in reiterating what hundreds of competent researchers have already presented. These details are readily available upon the web for those with the gumption to go read what our corruption laden leadership is party to. I will however urge the public to begin considering the needs of our medical personnel and first-responders for in the absence of competent leadership, someone must step in to fulfill those needs, that these people do not become victims of the infectious disease in the course of attempting to assist others. We need communities to help them obtain documents and manuals on dealing with infectious diseases Ebola. We need business establishments to volunteer off hospital/clinic/campus locations for personnel to meet and examine these manuals and documents for themselves and determine what is imperative for their safety and operational procedures. We need communities to pool resources proactively securing any necessary supplies or equipment they request and purchase these separately if necessary to fully equip every facility, service organization, or individual who will participate in emergency, health, and peripheral operations. Local communities should also pre-arrange for local militia to provide security to facilities to against chaos, problems, terrorist assaults (because there are on records threats by ISIS and ISIS related groups), and to assist with menial external task organization thus freeing medical personnel to do what they do best. Supplies provided by the public may also include simple basics such as food, toiletries or other items a facility such as a hospital, clinic, fire or police station might require should it have to maintain its personnel on site or in the field for the duration of a crisis period. Our communities and general population must cease being solely receptors of these good people’s services and become their supporters, guardians, supply line, and inspirational fuel.
While I could bash away at those who are not doing their jobs, we all either know or can guess in each situation who those individuals are, but what would that solve? How would it make the prospects and situations of our medical professionals and first responders any better? In a crisis time and energy is always in short supply and so we must encourage each other to proactively; it is time the disjointed masses come together, thinking of how we can fill in the gaps and accomplish what otherwise should have been done under ideal situations. Americans of every stripe have always stood up and embraced attending to necessity in the most heroic of fashions in decades past. One of our most recent examples includes all those who chipped in during 9-11 and contributed or attended to the situation or the needs of those in the midst of rescue, and cleanup efforts. Despite all our social and political quarrels, when faced with adversity we Americans are first and foremost one soul, indivisable, gathered together to face down adversity and evil wherever we find it. It is time each person within this nation comes to the full realization that we are it, we are the last line of societal defense, fully capable to calmly and collectively apply our considerable problem solving skills to any crisis, to assist any professional engaged in crisis response…. and no corruption, or incompetence will ever fully strip us of that. In the darkness, we shine.
So the call goes out. Our first responders, medical personnel, and their support systems need your assistance. Begin with asking them what they need and then rally your community to provide it quickly and efficiently. Let them know they have the support of the people and the people will do everything humanly possible to empower them to the best of their ability with whatever they need. They need to know their fellow Americans stand by to be of constructive assistance where all else fails.
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Deep peace of the Son of Peace to you, for ever