Liberian horrors: Ebola victims bodies dumped in the street, wells poisoned to kill off population

Ebola victim
August 2014AFRICA – Relatives of Ebola victims in Liberia defied government orders and dumped infected bodies in the streets as West African governments struggled to enforce tough measures to curb an outbreak of the virus that has killed 887 people. In Nigeria, which recorded its first death from Ebola in late July, authorities in Lagos said eight people who came in contact with the deceased U.S. citizen Patrick Sawyer were showing signs of the deadly disease. The outbreak was detected in March in the remote forest regions of Guinea, where the death toll is rising. In neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia, where the outbreak is now spreading fastest, authorities deployed troops to quarantine the border areas where 70 percent of cases have been detected. Those three countries announced a raft of tough measures last week to contain the disease, shutting schools and imposing quarantines on victim’s homes, amid fears the incurable virus would overrun healthcare systems in one of the world’s poorest regions. In Liberia’s ramshackle ocean-front capital Monrovia, still scarred by a 1989-2003 civil war, relatives of Ebola victims were dragging bodies onto the dirt streets rather than face quarantine, officials said. Information Minister Lewis Brown said some people may be alarmed by regulations imposing the decontamination of victims’ homes and the tracking of their friends and relatives. With less than half of those infected surviving the disease, many Africans regard Ebola isolation wards as death traps.
They are therefore removing the bodies from their homes and are putting them out in the street. They’re exposing themselves to the risk of being contaminated,” Brown told Reuters. “We’re asking people to please leave the bodies in their homes and we’ll pick them up.” Brown said authorities had begun cremating bodies on Sunday, after local communities opposed burials in their neighborhoods, and had carried out 12 cremations on Monday. Meanwhile, in the border region of Lofa County, troops were deployed on Monday night to start isolating effected communities there. “We hope it will not require excessive force, but we have to do whatever we can to restrict the movement of people out of affected areas,” Brown said. Finance minister Amara Konneh said the country’s growth forecast for the year was no longer looking realistic as a result of the outbreak. Sierra Leone’s foreign minister Samura Kamara also said that the virus had cost the government $10 million so far and was hampering efforts to stimulate growth. British Airways said it was suspending flights to and from Liberia and Sierra Leone until the end of the month due to public health concerns. Germany joined France and the United States in advising against travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, saying there was still no end in sight to the spread of the disease. Concern grew over an outbreak in Lagos, Africa’s largest city, after medical authorities there said they had quarantined 14 people who came into contact with Sawyer after he arrived on a regional flight from Liberia. The airline Asky has since been barred from Nigeria. “Of the 14 who have had serious contact with the victim, eight have serious symptoms,” Lagos Health Commissioner Jide Idris told a news conference. “Only one of those quarantined has tested positive … The doctor who tested positive is now on the mainland under intensive care.” With healthcare systems in the West African nations overrun by the epidemic, the African Development Bank and World Bank said they would immediately disburse $260 million to the three countries worst affected – Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. –Reuters
Wells poisoned in Liberia: Armed men have allegedly poisoned wells and other water bodies in Liberia’s New Georgia in order to kill the residents under the pretext of Ebola outbreak. The water from the wells and pumps has been used by thousands of people in the area. At least 16 people are suspected to be dead because of well-poisoning in the Margibi community. It is still unclear what the exact motive of the culprits was. Witnesses have reported sighting armed men introducing suspected poisonous substances using syringes. The villagers reported the incident to the police and investigators are said to be looking into the matter. “Nobody is having exact information as to the diagnosis and everybody is confused. So the [well poisoning] incident that happened yesterday at the [New Georgia] junction is a wakeup call on the government, especially the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOH&SW), to test the water in every well,” Buston Kolliegbo, a resident, told the Daily Observer. The incident has reportedly caused panic in the region and fears over Ebola outbreak have compounded their woes. –IB Times
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13 Responses to Liberian horrors: Ebola victims bodies dumped in the street, wells poisoned to kill off population

  1. Dennis E. says:

    And the reports keeps getting worst……… I read an article that it is prior to burial kiss their dead relatives therefore possibly becoming infected.


  2. Bert G. says:

    The poisoning of water wells is a big concern. That is why various people/group retreats deal with strangers near wellheads/springs as potential hostile threats. One of the first things BLM did to the Bundy Ranch was to destroy the stock watering tanks. These evil people understand all too well that without water, thirst will turn the strongest into meek, compliant eunuchs.


  3. mo says:

    Yes indeed, out of control,,, look it just spread to America,,, purposely!!


  4. suez62 says:

    If this is real, then why doesn’t the guy have on a mask or something??? Weird.


    • jo says:

      The people of these poor towns would likely not have access to masks etc. They may also not be aware of how the disease is spread. If they are dumping corpses in the street then I would assume they are not aware of the dangers that exist even after the person is deceased.


  5. Shepherd says:

    Animals get ebola. Leaving corpses for animals to eat is worse than burning them as protocol mandates.


  6. Sue says:

    The depopulation of Africa and America begins.


    • Donny says:

      As long as depopulation was confined to the “elite”, the banksters, the Wall Streeters and the military-industrial complex, I would not have a problem with it. In fact, sooner would be better ….


  7. lee hawkins says:

    “How Ebola manages to first infect humans is poorly understood. Primates like monkeys and apes are possible agents of transmission (also called vectors), although birds, rodents, bats, pigs, and insects may be more likely to transmit the disease. The virus can even be transmitted to dogs, although they don’t seem to get sick.Ebola appears to be transmitted through saliva and other bodily fluids, even sweat.”


  8. Defiant says:

    It doesn’t help that you simply CAN NOT REACH these people with instruction regarding modern hygiene and handling precautions. Their ignorance will end up spreading Ebola all over the world.


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  10. Bad Santa says:

    The bodies are left to rot on the street so they can infect as many people as possible. The police and ambulance have been ordered to stand down. Watch the masters at work.

    And somewhere in London’s prestige apartment on the 30th floor someone named Rothschild is singing: ‘I’ve got the whole world in my hand…’


  11. Jay Blue says:

    Flies will probably spread the virus to the mouth region of children and adults!


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