19
Oct 14

The U.S. has Too Many Health Care Givers

This is why Obama seems be acting to get rid of them.

In fact, Obama’s manner of dealing with Ebola is calculated to select against the lives of the most caring and dedicated physicians, nurses and other personnel……. the ones who would accept more personal risk in order to care for patients with communicable diseases.

If you like your doctor for his dedication……….. there’s more chance that you could lose your doctor to Ebola infection, thanks to Obama.

While you are waiting for this to happen, enjoy Tom Frieden, the incompetent head of the CDC, as he tells us: you can’t catch Ebola from another passenger on a bus, but…… those with Ebola should stay off of public transportation in order not to spread the disease.   This self contradiction occurs within a 30 second span, during an interview.

 


04
Oct 14

Texas Won’t Have to Ship Its Ebola Patients to Washington DC

Census data suggests that the nation’s capital is the second most popular immigration destination for those from African countries, with the Ebola Hot Zone countries “donating” a fair proportion of DC’s new residents.

This might mean that Texas won’t have to ship their ebola patient to Washington in order for politicians to get the point.  Already two people with symptoms suggesting ebola infection have been admitted to DC area hospitals.

Perhaps it will be as simple as tweeting praise and admiration for the advanced medical treatment available in Washington DC.  If the politicians have Ebola in their own back yard, maybe they’ll come to understand that a borderless country is not going to rise out of this economic depression any time soon.

Economic stagnation is not the best fuel for medical, or any other kind if research, just in case anyone was interested in assisting other countries in mitigating their Ebola disasters.

Hashtag #DCmedicalMecca.


28
Jul 14

African Woman Writes Letter of Thanks to Meriam Ibrahim

After her trial of persecution for her faith, Meriam Ibrahim was finally been released from Sudan into Italy, where she has received the blessing of Pope Francis.

Obianuju Ekeocha, has penned a letter of thanks to Meriam Ibrahim for her courage in staying true to her faith and enduring the abhorrent conditions of childbirth in a Sudanese prison. See it at Culture of Life Africa. An excerpt is below.

“On behalf of all African women, I thank you Meriam Ibrahim, for showing the world the indomitable courage that is at the core of authentic femininity. I say this because your pain and persecution were tied so firmly to your femininity. And so your triumph was a most powerful witness to life, to motherhood, to marriage, to love and to faith.

You are indeed a true picture of faith and virtue, a true symbol of strength and resilience. You are, in my humble opinion, a real woman of substance, an African woman of substance and your story fills my heart with courage and audacity in my own vocation to defend our African culture of life,marriage, motherhood, faith and family, no matter how difficult, no matter how shameful and no matter how painful for me.”

Obianuju Ekeocha is also known worldwide for her open letter to Melinda Gates, written in 2012, protesting the billionaire elitist’s  penchant for telling Brown women how many babies they should have.  That letter can be found HERE, and is excerpted below.

“Amidst all our African afflictions and difficulties, amidst all the socioeconomic and political instabilities, our babies are always a firm symbol of hope, a promise of life, a reason to strive for the legacy of a bright future.

So a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the plan and promise of Melinda Gates to implant the seeds of her “legacy” in 69 of the poorest countries in the world (most of which are in Sub-Saharan Africa).

Her pledge is to collect pledges for almost $5 billion in order to ensure that the African woman is less fertile, less encumbered and, yes, she says, more “liberated.” With her incredible wealth she wants to replace the legacy of an African woman (which is her child with the legacy of “child-free sex.”

 


08
Feb 13

‘Yeah Samake pour la Presidence du Mali’ — Meet an Exceptional Candidate

One gets the impression that Mr. Niankoro Yeah Samake, who is running for president of Mali, is sincere in his desire to build a government that is responsible and responsive to the people. His He’s the mayor of Ouelessebougou, an amalgamation of 44 villages, and has developed an efficient system to keep his central government accountable to each village.
See below, his campaign video, and read an op-ed that he submitted to the Washington Times. The antithesis of  our own apologist in chief, Mr. Samake believes that democratic principles lead to the greatest possible prosperity.  He’s stresses the elimination of corruption, locally controlled education, and decentralized power.  Readers may also notice: Mr. Samake does not blink. :-)