“The bodies of eight officials and journalists who went to a remote village in Guinea to dispel rumors about the deadly Ebola outbreak gripping the region were discovered after a rock-hurling mob attacked the delegation, claiming that it had come to spread the illness, a government spokesman said Thursday.”
It’s tragic. The eight officials and journalists probably went in good faith, their beliefs and ideas about Ebola shaped by the mainstream media, WHO and other authorities. Because of their unquestioning belief in the official narrative about Ebola, they became unwittingly the carriers of a threat to people living in the remote villages of Guinea.
The villagers’ reaction to the group can only be explained if they had seen, at first hand, the causal connection between Ebola jabs and the activity of NGOs like Doctors without Borders and death.
Their fears seem more credible considering a nurse working for Doctors Without Borders in Guéckédou, Guinea, told the New York Times…
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