UN kept Ebola risk secret in order not to anger Muslims, running great risk of world wide spread of deadly disease

…WHO has acknowledged acting too slowly to control the Ebola epidemic. In its defense, the agency says the virus’ spread was unprecedented and blames factors including lack of resources and intelligence from the field.

Internal documents obtained by AP, however, show WHO’s top leaders were informed of how dire the situation was.

But they held off on declaring an emergency in part because it could have angered the countries involved, interfered with their mining interests or restricted the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in October”…

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  • Exile1981

    So the WHO put everyone at risk to hide make it so the muslims could go and walk around a rock for a couple of days? – close the UN and the WHO and all other UN agencies as this just shows how far the rot has gone.

  • Well that makes sense to the UN. Let a bunch of ebola infected to the crowded Hajj.

    What could possibly go wrong?

  • ontario john

    Ebola in Mecca. Sounds good to me.

    • winniec

      John, they would just blame Mossad and the CIA.

  • BG

    Ahhh, that would explain this:

    http://www.salon.com/search/?q=ebola

    I wondered why they were so dead set on ridiculing and minimizing concerns about an ebola outbreak. Now I get it.

  • Islam will be the death of us all.

  • winniec

    Yes, we wouldn’t want anyone to know that the Hadj is one of the greatest disease spreaders in the world. Many get sick at the Hadj by drinking camel’s urine as the mad prophet of Islam recommended.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Good. We need a gigantic shit purging pandemic in the Muslim world. 80% of them dead is a good start.

  • Maggat

    Pity the Hadj didn’t work out as it could have, and should have.