Consider this – Is it possible, given the near utter lack of safety measures or travel adjustments having been made by the Obama Regime in the wake of West Africa’s uncontrolled ebola epidemic, that Obama and his handlers and overseers actually wanted ebola to reach America?
Did Obama Want Ebola In The US
Yes, I know; that sounds like either paranoid hysteria or simple hyperbolic “red meat” thrown to my fellow Americans. It is neither. It is a reasoned question based upon Obama’s loyalties and cultural preconceptions, global realpolitik, and cold, hard technological and economic realities.
Obama’s Loyalties and Preconceptions
Obama has deep connections with and ties to Africa and Black Africans – genetic ties, familial ties, and religious ties. The latter being the result of his 20 years attendance of a Black Liberation Theology “church,” which holds the African Diaspora as a core tenet of faith. The boy is going to do whatever he can to lend aid and comfort to the African people and states suffering from ebola.
Obama was, irrespective of the geographic uncertainties of his birth, largely raised in the US and does seem to have the normal preconception that our science, technology, and initiative can rise to- and overcome any challenge if only we’re motivated to do so. Some of the more deadly errors in ObamaCare are direct evidence of this. However, the boy also believes that America is an inherently and systemically racist, lazy, and selfish, self-centered culture.
Hence, Obama desperately wants to save his brothers and sisters in Africa from ebola and believes that America has or can quickly develop the wherewithal to do so. However, he believes that it would be extremely difficult, perhaps impossible, to motivate America to do so so long as ebola is confined to Africa.
Global Realpolitik and Techno-Economic Realities
This particular strain of ebola spreads more effectively because it’s slower to show symptoms and slower to immobilize and then kill than previous strains.Â Barring a total quarantine of the continent of Africa, which is a functional impossibility, we’re unlikely to contain it unless we can actually fight it on the ground as it were.
The only medicines that we have to actually treat ebola are experimental, expensive, and require significant technological support. They’re not suitable for transport to- or use in the ebola-ridden regions of Africa, though they are suited for use in the US.
Also, there’s a very significant political and social issues with testing experimental medicines on Blacks, especially poor, African Black villagers. Face it, there’s already large numbers of Blacktivists and Black radicals claiming that America developed ebola to eliminate or cull and contain Blacks in Africa.
So we have Obama personally wanting to save the Blacks in Africa from ebola and we have a vested, existential interest in doing so far beyond Obama’s personal feelings and loyalties. We also have the world’s most largest and advanced medical industry and experimental versions of both curatives and vaccines. Yet for a variety of reasons we cannot or will not bring these resources to bear in Africa where ebola is rampant.
Given all of the above, I do not think it is unreasonable for anyone to question whether Obama might have wanted and decided against taking comprehensive measures to prevent one or more small, presumed to be containable, ebola “outbreaks” in America.