Social media have reported cases of Ebola in Libya, a major exit point for refugees from Africa trying to take boats to Europe.
The new social media reports from a city in west central Libya could be an attempt to build plausibility into the narrative that migrants infected with Ebola in DR Congo have travelled via Libya to Europe bringing the disease.
An Ebola outbreak in the DR Congo is coming to an end.
The Syrian false flag chemical incident promoted by social media sites underlines the way the Globalists are increasingly turning to social media to push a fake narrative.
“The intelligence assessments presented over the weekend by the United States and France to justify missiles strikes against Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons in a Damascus suburb relied to an unusual degree on information gleaned from open source material and social media,” wrote Foreign Policy.
It is likely that social media sources could also be used by Globalists as a source of propaganda to spread fear of an Ebola epidemic to justify the use of martial law measures and mass forced vaccination in Africa, Europe and the USA.
Cambridge Analytics weaponized social media to promote eugenicist Globalist Donald Trump and his circle into power.
Ebola cases were reported by social media sources in the Libyan city of Sabha where migrants from west Africa seeking to reach Europe are sold in slave markets, according to the BBC.
The city in the middle of the desert also has an airport.
The National Centre for Disease Control has denied that there were cases of Ebola disease at Sabha Medical Center.