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    Re: Ebola fears hit close to home

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    How many thousands in 40 years?



    You are obviously poorly informed. If you weren't you wouldn't be panicking over a virus which has only killed less than 3000 people in 40 years and secondly you would have heard of "RESTON Ebolavirus" and it hit the US in 1989 after previously only being reported in China and the Philipinnes.

    Panicking again?
    Yea right, this outbreak is exactly like all the others......not.

    And the actions of the African people have nothing to do with this and all the other outbreaks ....not.

    What's more important ?

    " Protecting " the African people by claiming inacuractely that they're NOT responsible for their own actions or trying to stop a deadly virus by being honest about how it spreads ?

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    Re: Ebola fears hit close to home

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Yea right, this outbreak is exactly like all the others......not.

    And the actions of the African people have nothing to do with this and all the other outbreaks ....not.

    What's more important ?

    " Protecting " the African people by claiming inacuractely that they're NOT responsible for their own actions or trying to stop a deadly virus by being honest about how it spreads ?
    Of course Africans are responsible for how Ebola spreads - if WHO could get people to stop washing the bodies of their dead then the risk of contact with contaminated fluids would be minimised; if African people would use sanitary hygiene and proper cooking methods when eating bushmeat then risks of the virus passing from animal to human would be pretty low.

    A good washscrub is pretty effective at reducing the risk of contamination when handling Ebola contaminated meat - it's not like the Salmonella virus which is better to destroy through simple stopping washing and thorough cooking.

    The problem with your approach is just a wholesale generalisation and that doesn't work.

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