World Bank Group to demand bailouts amidst global depopulation scam?

Ebola to kill 1.4m people by mid-Jan. in two countries alone

By Shepard Ambellas | Intellihub.com
Bank on Human Rights at the World Bank Spring Meetings, April 2014. (Photo Credit: International Accountability Project/Flickr)
Bank on Human Rights at the World Bank Spring Meetings, April 2014. (Photo Credit: International Accountability Project/Flickr)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Shockingly according to reports, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have both warned that the Ebola outbreak may have been grossly underestimated opening the door for the deaths of up to 1.4 million people by mid-January in the Ebola stricken regions of Sierra Leone and Liberia alone. And that’s not to mention the problems Spain and America may soon be facing, potentially adding to the body count. Moreover, CBS News reported on Sept. 23. “that the true death toll for Liberia, the hardest-hit nation in the outbreak, may never be known, since many bodies of Ebola victims in a crowded slum in the capital, Monrovia, have simply been thrown into nearby rivers.”

However, back in the U.S., President Barack Obama and his administration have already failed the American people and have written us off a dead as inbound air travel from Ebola infested countries continues full steam ahead.

Although elevated screening protocols have been implemented at 4 major U.S. airports, some, like myself, feel that more could be done to prevent the spread of the nasty virus which has a 60-90% kill rate depending on the type of medical treatment the infected person receives and their current health condition.

While right now West Africa has been hit the hardest by the virus, it still remains up in the air how much of the globe will be at risk.

However, keep in mind that this is what key globalist players have planned. They want to benefit while killing a certain percentage of us, those who they refer to as “useless feeders”.

Interestingly enough and following lockstep with globalist white papers, the World Bank has assessed and issued an economic warning for Ebola stricken regions where economic loss has already reached billions.

CBS News reports:

“With Ebola’s potential to inflict massive economic costs on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and the rest of their neighbors in West Africa, the international community must find ways to get past logistical roadblocks and bring in more doctors and trained medical staff, more hospital beds and more health and development support to help stop Ebola in its tracks,” said Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank.

He added that the enormous economic cost of the current outbreak to the affected countries and the world “could have been avoided by prudent ongoing investment in strengthening health care systems.”

It is far from certain that the epidemic will be contained by the end of the year, so the report estimated the economic costs of two scenarios as the battle against the disease continues. The report estimated that the economic impact could top $9 billion if the disease is rapidly contained in the three most severely affected countries, but could reach $32.6 billion if it takes a long time to contain Ebola in the three countries and it spreads to neighboring nations.

Anyone with a brain can clearly see where all of this is going as the banksters will soon likely demand a new round of bailouts — paid for by your blood, sweat and tears, i.e. tax dollars. That’s right get ready to be taken yet once again by the puppet masters behind the curtain as pointed out in my film Shade.

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Other Sources:

Global response to Ebola has ‘failed miserably’, says World Bank chief — The Guardian

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shepard bio photoShepard Ambellas is the founder, editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified. You can also listen to him on Coast To Coast AM.

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