Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS) was a rare form of a relatively benign cancer that tended to occur in older people. However, by March 1981, a more aggressive form of KS had occurred amongst young gay men in New York (8), San Francisco (3) and Los Angeles (2).
In April 1981, this increase was noticed at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta. Dr. James Curran (CDC) stated that "there was no apparent danger to non-homosexuals from contagion"... thereby compromising research and treatment not for decades, but for generations. AIDS/HIV had become a matter not of epidemiology, but of morality. The message became: Only QUEERS need worry! Summer 1981: The Black Rose was in the Bay Area anthropologically observing the above.
On 31st Mar 2014, after having observed the latest Ebola Virus outbreak in Central Africa for 6 weeks, The Black Rose posted an alert.
Information was coming from the ground: from independent reporters and from Doctors Without Borders. From the Mainstream Media ... silence! August 2014: Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, both white American Christian Medical Missionaries infected with Ebola Virus, were medevaced to the U.S. Only then did the U.S. MSM pay attention! However, information began coming not from the ground, but from the WHO, the CDC and the White House: and, the information was not so much information as it was feel-good press releases.
Ebola had become a disease of poor countries (code for African Niggers). Instead of sending the USNS Comfort (1000-bed hospital ship), the U.S. sent the 101st Airborne!
Election Cycle 2014: Ebola-Obama-ISIS-Obama-Ebola-Obama-Ebola-ISIS-Obama-Ebola until 4th Nov 2014 - Election Day ... 5th Nov 2014 ...............................SILENCE!
Ebola has killed 83 people out of 133 confirmed cases in Guinea as
of May 12, 2014, APA can report Tuesday, quoting figures from the
Guinean Ministry of Health. According to the ministry, six new Ebola
cases have been reported among suspected cases in Gueckédou, in the
forest area between May 2 and 11.
However, no new cases have been recorded in Conakry since April 26.
As of May 12, 2014, six confirmed Ebola patients are currently
hospitalized throughout the country, including one in Conakry and 5 in
Gueckédou, while 38 have been cured, the ministry said.
About 444 suspected cases are being monitored in Guinea, 431 in Gueckédou and 13 in Conakry. Incubation Window = 26 Days Out
23rd March 2014 GROUND ZERO- Confined to rural villages. This area needs to bequarantined. Ebolamust not be allowedto enter the city slums of West Africa.