8/2014 – Ebola outbreak: Fears strike Canadian hospital as patient isolated following ‘flu-like symptoms’
A hospital in Ontario, Canada, has isolated a patient with flu-like symptoms after the person was revealed to have recently traveled from Nigeria – one of the Ebola-hit areas.
The measure is just a precautionary one and the patient has not yet been diagnosed with the deadly disease – a virus with a mortality rate as high as 90 per cent and which has swept through west Africa killing 961.
The unnamed patient has been admitted to Brampton Civic Hospital, with a diagnosis yet to come.
One very real issue behind “National Sovereignty” is Scotland’s power to decide to go to war or not go to war. Scotland has no national sovereignty on this issue now. Scotland cannot decide whether to go into a war or stay out of war. The U.K decides war for Scotland. Since the biggest block in the U.K. is England’s, it boils down to this: England decides if Scotland goes to war because Scotland is, in reality, the Scottish tail that wags on a predominately English dog sniffing after an American master.
The Iraq War, or wars, is a practical example of this. Iraq War I which WAS going on as opposed to Iraq War II, which IS now going on. England joined with America in advocating Iraq War I which failed and the now consequent mess is Iraq War II. But Scotland was dragged into Iraq War I by England, which was, more or less, sucking up to America. Had Scotland had its sovereignty to declare war, it probably would not have been involved in the Iraq War. So the real question seems to be: Should Scotland have its sovereignty back so it can decide its own wars? (If you are for Scotland’s right to decide its own wars, vote “yes” to independence. If you are against that right, vote, “no.”
Dr. MacLeod, the author, recommends, YES, for Scotland’s independence.
Only it is not quite that simple. Britain has been in combat for every year of the last one hundred years, or since World War I. Scotland therefore has not just been indirectly involved in the Iraq War but one hundred years of combat by not having its national sovereignty and having to tag along and wag along behind England who usually sniffs after America. (So the author suggests the best solution may be Scotland freeing itself legally from England and England freeing itself psychologically from America.)
Unfortunately, there is more. Britain has the fourth or fifth (it alternates) highest defense spending in the world. (Guess who’s first?) Saving this would make a significant sum of money that Scotland would probably not spend in the English war, but prefer to spend its share on the Scottish people. (Here is another oar dipping disputatiously in troubled waters.).
Anyway the suggestion that ends this tangled web is to vote for Scottish Independence. It would certainly simplify an enormous number of complexities.
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Today, August 28, 2014 World Health Organization (WHO) pupblished an “Ebola Response Roadmap.” [However, the title in their document is in all CAPS, giving us a clues to the legal jurisdiction of their power.]
However now my concern is, why has America’s CDC not published a “Roadmap?” I have concerns about the answer to that question.
It, the answer, likely will be forthcoming but only after things get worse. This wait gives the overreaching Dept. of Homeland Security time to put together even more draconian measures, when there will be no need to. So, to publish a road map now, doesn’t give Homeland Security the control over people they are so desperately obsessed in acquiring.
See a recent disturbing, but expected policy position paper from HMS that has just been unclassified, and is now labeled law enforcement sensitive. See report here.
That entire World Health Organization document is available at the link below.
Here are some excerpts from the document with my comments in brackets.
As of 27 August 2014, the cumulative number of Ebola cases in the affected countries stands at more
than 3000, with over 1400 deaths, making this the largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded, despite
significant gaps in reporting in some intense transmission areas. An unprecedented number of
health care workers have also been infected and died due to this outbreak.
This Roadmap assumes that in many areas of intense transmission the actual number of cases may
be 2-4 fold higher than that currently reported.
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