The recent outbreak of Ebola in the U.S. looks like a perfect and possibly engineered segway to martial law, making horrible use of all those FEMA camps and their mass-body containers, excuse after excuse for Obama to enact many of his blatantly anti-Constitutional “executive orders” taking complete control over all utilities, water, food, and transportation, and even delay the 2016 elections.
In fact, it makes me wonder whether vaccinations for Obama and other elitists who’ve obviously sided with him haven’t already taken place.
Could this be engineered genocide? Was it engineered by Islam to wipe out most of the 150 Million gun owners and even the unarmed Christians in America who stand in their way?
In the meantime, here’s my Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Ebola, instead:
1. It’s a virus, so forget about alcohol-based wipes and hand sanitizers. You need chlorine, as in bleach. Clorox wipes work, too, as they contain n-alkyl-dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride.
2. Clean your hands BEFORE entering your vehicle or home, not afterwards.
3. Don’t forget your shoes! If someone coughed in Walmart, the virus can be present in spots of phlegm on the floor. Walk on it, now it’s on your shoes. Step into your car, track it into your home… Or, wear slick-bottom shoes and use those wipes on your shoes before stepping into your car.
4. Don’t forget the bottoms of your shopping bags, sliding all over the counters… Buy and use a rubberized or vinyl mat or bin for your bags. Wipe it down often with a rag soaked in soapy, bleachy water, particularly before your kids get in the car, or better yet, right after removing your bags.
5. Don’t remove the bags to your kitchen. Remove the groceries to your kitchen. Remove the bags to your garbage can, and not the one in your house.
6. Wipe down all outer and inner door handles to your home and car on a regular basis.
7. Getting back to bleach… Keep a bucket full of water next to each entrance, with a couple drops of Dawn and a quarter cup of bleach per gallon. Everyone entering your home should rinse their hands in the water. They can rinse the soapy bleach solution after they enter your home.
8. As a virus, it can be transmitted any time any bodily fluids, including sneeze droplets, are transmitted.
9. Simple paint masks are somewhat effective in catching sneeze droplets. Surgical masks are more effective. If you’ve ever visited S. Korea, China, or Japan, you’ll know what I’m talking about when I say many citizens walk around all winter, sometimes in the summer, wearing masks.
10. Watch your eyes. Those airborne sneeze droplets can enter your system by making contact with your eyes. If you love wearing contacts, consider going back to glasses. They offer at least marginal protection against sprayed droplets.