Farrell's take on the Ebola crisis

I thought this made more sense than anything else I've heard so far.


There are far too many odd things going on in regard to this 'crisis'.

Noa's picture

This isn't the first time that governments have sanctioned horrific experimentation on unsuspecting populations.  If you don't know what I'm talking about, here are ten of the many examples:  http://listverse.com/2008/03/14/top-10-evil-human-experiments/

Sadly, the world has been content to look the other way when such things happen to poor folks or to those whose skin is brown, black, red, or yellow. 

But now, more people are waking up.  We're much less likely to be hoodwinked by a news story these days.  We've begun to question what is behind the curtain.  Now we just need to care more.  When we finally realize within our hearts that we are all individually and collectively of the One -- that what happens to the least of us happens to us all -- then we'll put an end to such things. 

I hope I live to see that day.


ChrisBowers's picture

Me too Noa, me too...

A while back I expressed my impatience concerning mankind's seemingly stuck in the mud progress of evolution to my sweetsie, and she reminded me that evolution is a seemingly slow process to sentient beings that only live a relatively short 70-80 years in an evolving Cosmos that is 14 billion years old.

That relieved my feelings of impatience immediately, but I still very much hope to see some sign of progress at some point before I die.  One can hope...

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