Marburg and Ebola’s Strange Symbiosis, Plibick and Kilabee Raise Concerns
"If it becomes apparent that the Ebola outbreak at Dallas is contained past the 21 day window of concern and if none of Thomas Eric Duncan's family contracts it including his fiancé, this will raise for me another possibility. It was widely reported that the lab at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital was potentially contaminated by the Ebola samples from Duncan. If the CDC was the primary determiner of the presence of the Ebola virus and the samples were removed from Dallas by the CDC under fear of mishandling, there may be no scientists outside of a specific, narrow chain of command that has ever really seen and identified the Ebola virus. What if this oft photographed and visually well-known virus is masking what at Behringwerek was termed the "Marburg virus" which did not produce any traceable biologic evidence? A benign or tangential virus acting as smoke screen for something more sinister still? Or what if the Ebola virus does not exist at all? Could that be why the Phoenix Air medical coordinator is walking so cavalierly among Pham and her robed handlers at the airport?" asked Kilabee.
Plibick is also highly critical of Joseph B. McCormick and wife, Susan Fisher-Hoch, both having been on the front lines of the 1979 Ebola epidemic in Africa, writing a book on the subject in 1996, two decades later and saying as late as August 2014 in an interview with the Houston Chronicle's Todd Ackerman when asked 'How about the greatest misconception?' McCormick said 'That it (Ebola) might spread to the U.S. We may see workers return with the virus, but it's incredibly unlikely it would ever be transmitted in the U.S. We have isolation wards where staff caring for Ebola patients wear gloves, gowns and masks and engage in all sorts of precautions to prevent them from getting infected. It's because Africa lacks such infrastructures that it's been so difficult to control there.'
If they are getting it that wrong from their vantage point and in the very state where it occurred how can anyone possibly point a finger at front-line nursing and health care workers knowing that the CDC's top intelligence officers were sending a widely distributed message of invulnerability?" asked Plibick. Kilabee agreed but added...."Just what the hell was an IG Farben subsidiary doing synthesizing typhus and other deadly viruses in the post WWII environment in Germany? Is Hoechst still doing that and if so, why?"
Both Kilabee and Plibick noted that Dr. McCormick was not just any virologist working in Africa, but that he became in 1974 after graduation from Duke University Medical School in U.S. tobacco country an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer (EIS) at the Center for Disease Control. "Big tobacco is taking an interesting place in the product development of an Ebola medication at Texas A&M near the GHWB Presidential Library," said Kilabee noting that the office of Chase Untermeyer is directly next to GHWB's Houston office on the same floor in the same building which also houses Thyssen Oil. "Fritz Thyssen was Hitler's money man and Union Bank connection to Prescott Bush," said Kilabee.
When asked why an attack of this disease focused on a Presbyterian Hospital on the infamous I-45 Corridor from Houston to Dallas called "the most dangerous road in America," Plibick said "because it's ground zero for many things controlled by oil money and Nigeria has gas and oil and Sierre Leone has blood diamonds and Ebola is bloody! Beyond that the Presbyterians attacked the U.S. military complex this summer at their General Assembly in a very real way and it's October. Surprise!"
"I am concerned, too, that Ebola has been patented in the U.S.A. by the leading Marburg researchers who seem to focus in and around the same area of Georgia where Phoeonix Air flies its fleet of "Gray Birds" for the Pentagon, the Lear Jets are seen taxiing Ebola patients to the National Institute of Health or to the Emory University Hospital unit," said Kilabee. Dr. Plibick provided his notes from online sources showing Veromi summaries of the patent holders along with the U.S. Patent Office application summary.
The patent holder with the most articles written on Ebola is Stuart Nicol who is also connected to the CDC and to Emory University and was part of a group that held both the U.S. and European patent on Ebola (European patent listing same parties as U.S. patent was removed from website on 10/20/14). "This whole thing is fraught with overlapping and cross-purposed interests and ambitions," said Kilabee. "Indeed," said Plibick, "like in the film Alien when Sigourney Weaver opens up the "special order" and realizes that her crew was expendable. That's what bothers me the most."