by Scott Creighton
“We hope for kind of a Marshall Plan for West Africa,” Dr. Daniel Bausch of Tulane University’s Ebola task force
The election is over, Obama has asked for his 6.18 billion dollars from the U.S. taxpayers in order to finance “a kind of Marshall Plan for West Africa” and it’s time for the Ebola Crisis™ to fade away before people start looking too closely at facts surrounding the psyop or start asking if they really want to fund such a plan on behalf of the masters of the universe in the first place.
While we close schools and auction off entire cities like Detroit here in the states because of what Big Banking did with complicity of the government’s of the current and previous two administrations (Obama, Clinton and Bush what I like to call the “Axis of Evil”), the Obama administration needed a “big threat” on our shores in order to justify spending 6.18 billion bucks somewhere way overseas that had absolutely no effect on the people of this country, and thus the Ebola Crisis™ was hatched with some of the most ridiculously over-hyped threats here in the states and even more ridiculously inflated casualty numbers in Africa.
From the start of my coverage of this manufactured crisis, I stated very clearly that the Ebola scare was theater, an operation of manufactured consent designed to justify military incursion into Africa and distract from very real stories that were popular at the time like ISIS being created by the U.S. and her allies and our neo-Nazi regime killing their own civilian population in Ukraine.
Here we are at the end of the psyop and now everyone can see quite clearly (in hindsight) just how phony the whole thing was from the start by how quickly it dropped off the radar across the political divide. Now we can see the CIA/USAID’s fingerprints all over this psyop and their endgame has come into view: a Marshall Plan for the whole of Africa, which some say is the next great sleeping economic giant of the world. Just like the Banksters and the CIA did back in the days of Gladio and Marshall, they can’t let this region slip into the hands of the other side. Back then it was the Soviet Union. Today, in Africa, it’s China. Different adversaries, same economic ideological conflict, same game plan from the same players.