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SHTFplan: New Ebola Outbreak Declared In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. A brand new Ebola outbreak has been declared in the African country of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Just one week after the most recent Ebola outbreak in the DRC was declared over, the country has confirmed it has found more cases of the infectious disease. The […]

Outbreak Alert: Several Experimental Drugs To Be Tested On People In Congo

The outbreak of Ebola in Congo is beginning to look even scarier for those infected.  Authorities are now saying they intend to test several more experimental drugs on human beings in the area. Last week, SHTFPlan reported that the experimental Ebola vaccine will be used immediately as health official attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus. […]

EBOLA’S BACK! OUTBREAK ALERT After 21 Cases And 17 Deaths Reported In Last 5 Weeks

The Democratic Republic of Congo has been alerted to an outbreak of Ebola.  In the past five weeks, there have been 21 cases of the infection reported, and 17 of those are now deceased. The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo declared the outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever, a rare and deadly disease, on […]

OUTBREAK Alert: Flesh-Eating Bacterial Infection Spreads RAPIDLY In Australia

An infectious flesh-eating ulcer caused by a bacteria is spreading so quickly through Australia that scientists in the state of Victoria are declaring this outbreak an epidemic.  Normally abundant in West and central Africa and, the buruli ulcer is now taking hold in the “land down under.” In a study published Monday in the Medical Journal of Australia, […]

Crack In East African Rift: Continent Is ‘Splitting In Two’

A large crack, spanning several kilometers, made a sudden appearance recently in south-western Kenya. The tear, which is continuing to grow, is evidence to scientists that the continent is “splitting in two.” The huge crack caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway to collapse recently and was accompanied by seismic activity in the area. The East African Rift […]

Orange Snow Blankets Parts Of Russian And Eastern Europe

Skiers in Sochi, Russia, were met with a strange sight this past weekend. The usually beautiful and powdery white snow of Eastern Europe and Russia turned an interesting shade of sunset orange. “We’re skiing on Mars today,” exclaimed one excited social media user as he skied down the orange tinted slopes. Skiers and snowboarders in Russia, Ukraine, […]

Eye Bleed Fever Outbreak Cover Up? Doctor Confirms Cases As Health Officials Deny

Health authorities in Uganda, in central Africa, have been accused of “concealing” cases of deadly Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF).  This horrific “eye bleed fever” has been confirmed by doctors, yet health officials continue to deny the outbreak. In a blazing tweet, Sarah Opendi, Uganda’s minister for health, categorically stated: “there is no Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever in […]

EU Militarizes Africa To Halt Migration

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 24, 2017 Authored by Finian Cunningham via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Fighting terrorism is now morphing into clamping down on human migration, as far as the European Union is concerned. France’s President Emmanuel Macron is leading the charge, claiming at a conference in Paris last week that terrorism and human trafficking are part […]

The Collapse Of Media (And What You Can Do About It)

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 5, 2017 Authored by Nafeez Ahmed and Andrew Markell via CounterPunch.org, When a system enters into the final stage of its deterioration – whether that is an institutional system, a state, an empire, or the human body – all the important information flows that support coherent communication breakdown. In this […]

New Rumblings In The Horn Of Africa Over Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam

Authored by Andrew Korybko via Oriental Review, Tensions are rising between Egypt and Ethiopia over the latter’s Grand Renaissance Dam. Cairo recently reiterated its longstanding position that it’s against Addis Ababa’s construction of this megaproject on the Blue Nile river through which it receives most of its water, believing that the dam would allow Ethiopia […]