Ebola hoax: the feared “bleeding” symptom

I didn’t know bleeding could be caused from antibiotics. That explains blood in my urine tests for years! I used to get bladder infections and pneumonia a couple times a year, I was given antibiotics. It’s been over 20 years since I’ve used antibiotics or been in for bladder or lung infections.

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Ebola hoax: the feared “bleeding” symptom

By Jon Rappoport
October 19, 2014
http://www.nomorefakenews.com

As I’ve demonstrated in several articles, the diagnostic tests for Ebola are unreliable and useless.

What does this mean?

It means that, for any patient labeled “Ebola,” there is no verification. No confirmation. None. Zero.

Asserting the patient “has Ebola” is meaningless, because there is no concrete evidence.

Once you remove the Ebola virus from the equation, all you have left is symptoms. Symptoms in West Africans, and in those few people in the US and Europe who are labeled with “Ebola.”

Symptoms like diarrhea, fever, cough, fatigue, vomiting, bleeding.

Obviously, these symptoms can result from a number of different causes, none of which needs to be a virus.

Let’s take bleeding, for example.

This is the hyped symptom that evokes the most fear, and convinces people that these patients “must be different and unique. They could…

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