by Capt. Joseph R. John, ©2014, Co-Founder, CombatVeteransForCongress

The World Health Organization reports that Ebola can be contracted from touching contaminated surfaces

(Oct. 12, 2014) — In the below listed article, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) is contradicting the Obama administration appointed bureaucrats at CDC who keep telling the American people that sending 3000 members of the US Armed Forces to fight Ebola in Western Africa will not negatively affect their health.

CDC has also been assuring the American people that there is no need to control entry of all people arriving from West Africa or canceling those flights, when other countries’ health care professionals are controlling entry of people trying to enter from West Africa and cancelling all flights from West Africa.

Any infectious disease initiative in West Africa should have been initiated by the United Nations, mobilizing representatives from W.H.O. who are well-trained healthcare workers, doctors, and nurses specializing in infectious disease control.  Controlling Ebola in the world is not a US Military mission.

Lt. Gen. William Boykin said. “At a time when our military has been at war for 13 years, suicide is at an all-time high, [post-traumatic stress disorder] is out of control and families are being destroyed as a result of 13 years of war, the last thing that Obama should be doing is sending people into West Africa to fight Ebola.”

Lt. Gen. Boykin pointed out that there will be no inoculation for Ebola prior to troop deployment. Defense Department spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said that the only preparation service members will receive before heading to West Africa will be “a briefings” on the disease.  The Obama administration has been repeatedly warned that Ebola will be contracted by those military personnel who are being forced to go to West Africa, regardless of the fear military members have for their own health and for the health of their families and children.

“It still comes back to the question whether this is a military mission,” Lt. Gen. Boykin said. “At this point, no. It is not a military mission, and given the 13 years of war, this is the last thing we should be doing.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/generals-blast-obamas-order-of-troops-to-fight-ebola/#ibYYT7dSg4x5jR4i.99

Instead of deploying 3,000 US military personnel to the southern border of the United States to secure it, the current resident of the Oval Office is sending 3,000 members of the Armed Forces to West Africa with the threat that they may be infected by Ebola.

The serious threat of infectious diseases in the United States is being enabled by the Obama administration and the inept leadership of the Congress who are doing absolutely nothing while thousands of illegal aliens, carrying infectious diseases, enter the nation through the wide-open southern border.

Following the entry of thousands of illegal alien children, the Obama administration is acting as human smugglers by flying those illegal infected aliens to populate all 50 states and forcing enrollment of their children in public schools.  Those newly-entering illegal aliens children are suspected of being the carriers of infectious disease, infecting American children with various diseases, including new strange infectious diseases never experienced before in public schools.

The stakes are so high that the American people can’t possibly trust politicians at the CDC and the Obama administration who are telling them not to worry because they are taking proper steps to prevent Ebola spreading in the country—–every preventive measure should be taken, including restricting entry of people from West Africa unless they are held in isolation off shore for two months before allowing entry, and replacing 3,000 US Armed Forces personnel deployed to West Africa with properly-trained healthcare professionals.

Joseph R. John, USNA ‘62

Capt              USN(Ret)

Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC

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