In a sign that the Sierra Leone goverment has begun to fight back against the orchestrated ebola outbreak, The Ministry of Health and Sanitation announced yesterday it had ordered Tulane University to stop ebola testing and the US bioweapons laboratory at Kenema to be relocated in response to growing anger from locals.
The sensational announcement — posted on the health ministry’s facebook page — strongly suggests the notion that the diagnosis of Ebola using Tulane University kits at Kenema have been found to be false or faked.
The Kenema bioweapons lab is the only testing centre for ebola in Sierra Leona and holds the highest number of victims. Tulane University conducts bioweapons research on behalf of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID).
The move comes after nurses at Kenema hospital went on an indefinite strike on Monday following the death of three of their colleagues on Sunday.
The ministry also denied that leading doctor Dr. Shiekh Umar Khan has died from Ebola as reported by mainstream media. The collapse of medical services is part of the power grab agenda promoted by WHO in order to justify calling on UN soldiers and other military forces to carry out a mass vaccination and quarantine campaign.
The Sierra Leone government said the US bioweapons lab in Kenema hospital is to be moved another location “as requested by health workers and the people of Kenema.” In addition, all new confirmed cases are be admitted to Kailahun hospital, which means that the US bioweapons lab at Kenema has been effectively closed down.
The fact that the government has also ordered the US “Center for Disease Control (CDC) to officially send their findings and recommendations from the assessment of the laboratory and treatment center in Kenema” adds weight to the notion that some kind of investigation is taking place into this US bioweapons lab .
The move to close down the hospital at the centre of the ebola outbreak comes as even a doctor working for Doctors Without Borders has been forced to admit that local people’s perception that they will be killed in the hospitals is “understandable.”
“We created a hospital, and a lot of people started to get sick and die. It’s very difficult for them to make a connection that we are here to help,” said Dr. Tim Jagatic of Doctors Without Borders
In fact, WHO and CDC documents admit that historically most of the ebola victims have died in hospital because of the activities of medical staff.
In Kailahun, locals have been digging trenches to stop the death ambulances ecorted by police from entering their communities to snatch more victims.
This is the full text posted on facebook:
Ebola outbreak update: As of today, 23rd July 2014, we have 108 cumulative number of survivors, 427 confirmed Ebola cases and 144 Ebola confirmed deaths. 65 patients are currently admitted at the Ebola treatment centers in Kenema and Kailahun. The Ministry of Health & Sanitization and the World Health Organization have established a dedicated Ebola Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at the WHO… Country Office in Freetown. The EOC is co-Directed by the Minister of Health, Ms. Miata Kargbo and the WHO Representative for Sierra Leone, Dr. Jacob Mufunda and consists of leaders and partners involved in our fight against Ebola. The EOC will serve as the Sierra Leone National Central Command and Control Center for Outbreak Response activities and meets every day. The EOC members under the leadership of the Honourable Minister of Health and Sanitation unanimously decided at the July 22nd 2014 meeting that the following actions be effected immediately: • That all new confirmed cases be admitted at the Treatment Center in Kailahun whiles the Ministry and its partners work on relocating the Treatment Center in Kenema out of the Kenema Government Hospital Premise to another location as requested by health workers and the people of Kenema • The existing patients at the treatment center in Kenema continue to be cared for at that center with enhanced Infection Prevention Control and nursing care • More health personnel be trained in Infection Prevention Control and nursing care • Tulane University to stop Ebola testing during the current Ebola outbreak • Center for Disease Control (CDC) to officially send their findings and recommendations from the assessment of the laboratory and treatment center in Kenema • The Ministry of Health and Sanitation to proceed with the procurement of three vehicles currently in country for contact tracing and surveillance The EOC wishes the general public and all partners working in the healthcare sector to know that Dr. Shiekh Umar Khan is still alive and responding to treatment contrary to social media report of his demise.