Below are 10 questions that need answers from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control, but have failed to give us or the public an answer.
1. How did the Soviets manage to get the Marburg virus (the same virus known as Ebola in Africa) only a few months, lying behind the Iron Curtain, after the outbreak in Marburg during the Cold War?
2. How could there be an Ebola outbreak in Belgrade, also lying behind the Iron Curtain, at the same time happening in Marburg?
Furthermore, there are other strange data about the investigation of Ebola as a biological weapon in the United States because the American biological warfare effort was terminated only 2 years after the first Marburg outbreak which means they stopped in 1969.
Since the discovery of MARV on August 22, 1967, the virus was first identified on November 20, of the same year; three months after the outbreak.
The successful isolation of the virus was first reported to the scientific community at the Fourth Congreso Latinoamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on November 26, 1967, six days after the identification.
3. Therefore, if Ebola didn’t come from laboratories of the US Army then, what is the connection of the presence of the US Army and the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control facilities in the Philippines?
4. How is it possible that people from the World Health Organization themselves examined Ebola-contaminated pigs and a worker in a pig farm in Bulacan, before the outbreak in Reston in 1976?
5. It is only the WHO and some elements of the US Army in the Philippines that have the capability to transport, spread, and identify the Marburg virus in the early sixties. So who carried out the transport throughout the United States in the sixties?
6. According to the Belgian professor Van der Groen Ebola was invented in the 1960s in Fort Detrick, how did he know that? Was it because he knew Marburg virus experiments have been carried out in the former Belgian Congo, now Zaire, in Africa?
7. Vaccines which have been made by American, English, German and French scientists within the Yellow Fever Research Institute in Uganda, funded by the English Government and the Rockefeller Foundation, where also did the Marburg virus contaminated green monkeys come from?
8. How is it possible that after the Fourth Congreso Latinoamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on November 26, 1967, an article in The German language could be published: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift on December 22, 1967?
9. If Ebola came from laboratories of the US Army then; what is the connection of the presence of the US Army, the World Health Organization WHO, and the Centers for Disease Control CDC in Ebola facilities in the Philippines in the sixties and the seventies?
10. Finally, before the Marburg virus outbreak in 1967, it wasn’t in existence, how is it possible that worldwide everybody works with the Marburg virus without Leve1-4 laboratories? Secondly, how could they act without legal permission or official guidelines as I stated? Is it noteworthy to remember the signing of the Geneva accord by Nixon in 1970?
According to all the aforementioned tracks, namely; involvement of the national military, medical and pharmacological institutes, track of the green monkeys, the outbreak of MARV in 1967, its discovery, its detection, and isolation as well as to publish about the virus at the Fourth Congreso Latinoamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on November 26, 1967, only six days after the identification, is almost impossible that all those things happened within such a short period of time.
In fact, it is not possible and not even one single black-skinned person in the most isolated part of Africa does believe that. Whatever the Marburg or Ebola virus may be it must be created long before its first outbreak in 1967 and probably it dates back from the Second World War.
The virus is human-made and tested on black-skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.
In fact, it is not possible that German scientists are able to publish an article on December 22, 1967, named: ‘Zur Aetiologie einer unbekannten, von Affen ausgegangenen menschlichen Infektionskrankheit Deutsch Med Wochenschr (Stuttgart) in such a short period of time. Translated: The etiology of an unknown, transmitted by monkeys human infectious disease Deutsch Med Wochenschr.