Humanity’s future in grave danger from super dangerous plague. Will God save us again?

October 31, 2017

As the first plague case might be reported any day in Africa, it’s time to pray to God that he may help humanity through this dangerous time, which rather resembles the end times scenario described in the Book of Revelation.

Due to lax controls by WHO and the CDC at the departure points in Madagascar where the plague has taken root, and lax controls at entry points on mainland Africa, there is a now real risk the Black Death plague could spread any day.

The plague epidemic is not a natural disaster. It is a deliberate, and very evil, plan as WHO itself has hinted.

If the plague takes root in Africa, then it will soon spread all over the world and could kill hundreds of millions within a year or two.

Recognizing the danger, China has strengthened its quarantine measures and stepped up a public information campaign.

Unfortunately, there is no sign of quarantine measures in mainland Africa, the USA, UK or Europe.

Anyway, we could soon be facing our Maker. Let’s take a moment to think about our choices at this pivotal time and pray to God to give us inspiration, faith and wisdom! If God choses to he will save us again from the plague. God will want us to learn the spiritual lessons buried in these events. If humanity never does, what is the point?



October 31, 2017

China is to strengthen quarantine measures against the plague.

China sent experts to Madagascar on Saturday, and it may be these experts warned the authorities in China that the situation is worse than presented by WHO.

At any rate, African countries should now also be introducing tighter quarantine measures for travellers arriving from Madagascar.

Merely carrying out a visual inspection to see if they have symptoms of the flu, similar to pneumonic plague, will not be enough to detect people incubating the plague.

BEIJING, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) — China will tighten quarantine measures against plague, authorities said on Tuesday.
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said it has taken a series of measures to prevent plague from entering the country.
The measures include risk assessment, enhanced quarantine and inspection at customs, intensified health education and publicity.
The administration said it will pay close attention to the development of the epidemic in Madagascar and adjust prevention measures.


October 31, 2017

A South African who caught the Black Death during a visit  Madagascar, where he was successfully treated, has returned.

The case underlines the risk that the plague poses to African countries with trade and travel links with Madagascar.

The risk seems to be significantly increased because WHO and CDC have failed to implement measures to screen passengers at risk of developing the plague and stop them from getting on planes, according to a WHO situation report dated 26th October 2017.

A passenger incubating the plague could infect others on arrival, and screening should identify any such cases and stop them boarding the plane.

As of October 26th, the WHO GOARN exit screening protocol was sill at the evaluation stage. That, though speed is of the essence.

“A WHO GOARN team (CDC and INVS/ SPF) is providing technical support at the airport to finalize the exit screen protocol with the airport
and Points of Entry authorities, and to implement an evaluation of the exit screening protocol.”

In addition, the WHO and CDC exit screening protocols looks for passengers with plague like symptoms, but does seek out passengers who could be incubating the plague and who have not yet developed symptons.

Only symptomatic individuals are be stopped from leaving Madagascar, according to the WHO update.

To stop the plague spreading, those potentially incubating the disease because of contact with victims should be stopped from boarding a plane. They could infect other passengers during a flight as well as when they land.

Due to the low number of contacts of victims’ being traced in Madagascar, under 30 per cent, it is to be feared that at some point a person incubating the plague and travelling from Madagascar to another African country will eventually spread the disease.

But the problems are not just in Madagascar.

Mozambique yesterday launched an emergency campaign to check passengers entering the country from Madagascar.

Health care personnel observing people to inspect them for flu signs, a measure that will not be enough to catch people who could be incubating the disease. Quarantine is needed to stop the plague.

If the plague reaches Africa and spreads, then most of  humanity can look forward to a very short life span. A consolation is that the Black Death will take down the Globalists too.

From the WHO update as of 26th October 2017.

“As of 8 October 2017, WHO and Ministry of Public Health of Madagascar initiated measures at points
of entry to mitigate international spread of plague. At the International Airport in Antananarivo, these
measures include: filling a departure form at the airport (to identify passengers at risk); temperature
screening of departing passengers and referring passengers with fever to airport physicians for further
consultation; passengers with symptoms compatible with pneumonic plague are immediately isolated
at the airport and investigated via rapid diagnostic test, and notified under standard alert protocol.
Search for contacts would be done locally and close contacts would be placed under prophylactic
treatment. Symptomatic individuals are not allowed to travel.

Must focus on my own case…

October 31, 2017

One of Alexis Tsipras’ closest political allies and ministers has admitted that the Tsipras government compiles a monthly report as part of its monitoring of social media posts.

So, the government knows about my posts about the rampant corruption at Larisa court and the Areios Pagos in my case for sure. And has done nothing. Surprise.

Meanwhile, in Catalonia, the elected president has been forced to flee to Belgium and may seek asylum there given the extent of the repression against the fledgling republic.

God helps those who help themselves. Even though this time feels very much like an end times, I must also now focus on my own case for the upcoming week to try to take things one step further. On November 7th, I am supposed to testify about the attempt to have me arrested for my blog posts on Jared Kushner and co’s Russian contacts after my criminal charges were surprisingly accepted.

I find that pretty suspicious. After all, there is no sign whatsoever of any investigation in my actual murder attempt case from April 2015 implicating Tsipras himself. Still, I need to prepare for that and for testimony on November 15th about crooked prosecutors etc.

As for the Black Death and Marburg, well, Team Patriot, God helps those who help themselves, okay? You figure out how to stop what even WHO is calling a  suspicious outbreak of plague. It’s your life, okay?

Readers can also start getting active, monitoring developments, writing to politicians etc if they want to increase their chances of surviving what is a huge threat to their lives.

The same goes for the Greek government monitoring this blog. If Tsipras and his cronies think when the bubonic plague arrives at Piraeus port or the pneumonic plague at Athens airport, they are going to be given a magic bullet to survive, they have not understood the NWO’s plan. Useful idiots like Tsipras will be the first to be dispensed with. The NWO does not want  craven liars since these are the very people who could turn against the NWO at a later date.




Madagascar underreports plague deaths again

October 31, 2017

Evidence is mounting that Madagascar’s crisis control centre, the BNGRC is manipulating the number of plague deaths.

The BNRGC reported two deaths yesterday, Monday.

But no deaths were reported on Saturday. That even though credible local media report that a child, resident in Antananarivo, died in a children’s hospital on Saturday from plague.

Cet enfant, habitant la ville d’Antananarivo, a succombé dans un hôpital des enfants, samedi, suite à une suspicion de peste, selon un test de diagnostic rapide (TDR) effectué sur la victime. 


Any attempt by the Madagascar authorities, the WHO and CDC to underreport cases of the plague would have negative repercussions for controlling the disease by resulting in the stand down of protective measures.


October 31, 2017

A campaign to clean up rat infested parts of Madagascar could end up spreading the Black Death plague to humans if their fleas are not eradicated at the same time.

The plague has a reservoir in wild rodents and in their fleas, and can be transmitted to humans with bites.

“It’s actually a mistake to just go trap and try to get rid of all the rodents because you get rid of the food source for the fleas, and then they jump on people. So you actually increase the transmission to humans,” Daniel Bausch told NPR.

US covert bioweapons scientist Bausch should know, since he is, I believe for various reasons, dealt with on this blog, a key person in the spread of the plague in Madagascar, which even WHO has now admitted cannot be explained by natural causes.

That means Madagascar authorities have to clean up the rat infested areas in such a way as to get rid of the fleas at the same time. Otherwise, the hungry fleas could bite more humans, transmitting the bubonic plague to them.

While the current plague outbreak involves mostly pneumonic plague cases, the eradication of rats without the fleas could result in a surge of bubonic cases in the city.

The clean up of rats could also result in displacement and a surge of bubonic rats and fleas heading to ships for safety, and so the transmission of the plague via sea routes to other countries.

The USA last week introduced tough new screening protocols at airports to detect presumably also people from plague affected areas.

It could be that the Globalist eugenicists have decided now to switch to bubonic plague and rat infested ships and cargoes etc. to penetrate the USA.

A botched country wide rat clean up operation leaving hungry fleas behind does risk just such a bubonic surge, according to Bausch.

It is not clear if Madagascar authorities have a plan or the products needed to control and get rid of the fleas.

Getting rid of fleas is a complicated business.

“IPM is achieved by targeting fleas during at least two separate life stages, with at least two separate molecules. This is typically achieved using an adulticide to kill adult fleas and an insect development inhibitor (IDI), such as lufenuron, or insect growth regulator (IGR), such as methoprene, to prevent development of immature stages.”

The pandemic simulations of the World Bank underline just how much effort and money the Globalist puts into their depopulation plans.

Meanwhile, the DHS can only muster 300,000 dollars for a contest, so restricted Bausch himself will probably be the winner. After all, who knows more about real time biothreats in America than the American eugenicist scientists such as Bausch or CDC Epidemic Intelligence Officer Kaci Hickox, who tried to undermine Ebola quarantine rules in 2014?


October 31, 2017

 The ECDC has issued guidelines for handling cases of the Black Death if victims turn up at ports or airports.

“A case of bubonic plague can be suspected on aircraft or ships when a passenger or a crew member leaving an affected area has a fever associated with swollen lymph nodes,” says the ECDC.

According to historians, the Black Death first arrived in Europe by sea in 1347, and proceeded to kill between 30 to 60 per cent of the then European population.

“The Black Death arrived in Europe by sea in October 1347 when 12 Genoese trading ships docked at the Sicilian port of Messina after a long journey through the Black Sea. The people who gathered on the docks to greet the ships were met with a horrifying surprise: Most of the sailors aboard the ships were dead, and those who were still alive were gravely ill. They were overcome with fever, unable to keep food down and delirious from pain. Strangest of all, they were covered in mysterious black boils that oozed blood and pus and gave their illness its name: the “Black Death.” The Sicilian authorities hastily ordered the fleet of “death ships” out of the harbor, but it was too late: Over the next five years, the mysterious Black Death would kill more than 20 million people in Europe–almost one-third of the continent’s population.”

“The Black Death was terrifyingly, indiscriminately contagious: “the mere touching of the clothes,” wrote Boccaccio, “appeared to itself to communicate the malady to the toucher.” The disease was also terrifyingly efficient. People who were perfectly healthy when they went to bed at night could be dead by morning.”