Posts Tagged ‘Ebola’


Monday, October 27th, 2014

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“All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” -The Constitution of the United States of America (Article1, Section1)

“I’ve got a pen, and I’ve got a ‘phone,” proclaimed Barack Hussein Obama from the White House (14JAN2014).

Administrative law — an old tyranny renewed. In America, over the decades it has grown into a monster of gargantuan proportions.

What is administrative law and what does it have to do with EHF? To paraphrase legal scholar, Professor Philip Hamburger, administrative law consists of acts via an executive power that come not through law but through other mechanisms or pathways.

Article 1, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution essentially prohibits administrative law. As Professor Hamburger notes, the Constitution provides only two avenues of binding power — acts of Congress and acts of the Judiciary but not acts of the Executive.

Whereas Congress may create administrative agencies, their courts and they operate under the Executive. They have no constitutional power to make law. Moreover, they have no constitutional power to adjudicate. Yet, they do both with wild abandon, preferring their own unconstitutional “administrative courts” under the Executive to constitutional, traditional courts under the Judiciary.

“Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” -Lord Acton (1834-1902)

Such so-called administrative courts are nothing new. In fact, they are replicas of the old Star Chambers, King’s Councils, and High Commissions from the Middle Ages. The Founding Fathers abhorred and repudiated them. Why? As noted by Professor Hamburger, they aren’t judicial; they’re inquisitorial. They represent absolute power consolidated into a single, governing entity; be that entity monarch, president, or director.

This abhorrent, unconstitutional system began in 1887 with the creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission, an agency of the Executive, to regulate the railroads. The U.S. Constitution, however, based upon separation of powers — balance and counter-balance — forbids Congress from delegating its legislative authority to the Executive.

The fiercest proponents of such regressive, absolute, consolidated power have been the so-called Progressives via Democratic presidents such as Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lyndon Baines Johnson, and now Barack Hussein Obama.

Consequences? Evasion of procedural rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. No real judges. No real juries. No protection against self-incrimination. Governmental agencies essentially have become extortionists.

“Settle on our terms, or we’ll drag you before our own administrative court, in which we have a record of almost total success. Meanwhile, we’ll bankrupt you with legal fees, even on the off-chance that you should prevail, never mind the adverse publicity we’ll unleash. Win and lose, we always win — you always lose.”

Rationale for such outrageous, governmental tyranny? Efficiency. Efficiency for whom? Efficiency for the tyrant. Tyranny always is more efficient than liberty.

The dreadful consequences of this form of consolidated, tyrannical absolutism become even more dreadful today in the context of EHF; a contagious, highly virulent virus that causes a brutal, ugly death. Curative or palliative treatment? Neither exists.

Accordingly, EHF represents a clear and present danger to the American public and the rest of humanity. Already, there have been four cases in the USA as a consequence of Obama’s “pen and ‘phone” . Experts tell us that there are more cases on the way unless the West contains the virus where it began — in Africa. Time is against us.

Meanwhile, there are only a four, American facilities with a combined total of a eleven beds possessing the Level-4 capabilities required of handling EHF . No other facilities can handle safely cases of this horrific disease, which leaves its victim bleeding externally from the eyes, nose, mouth, and rectum. Spread by contact, the virus can live for some time in soiled linen and used, medical supplies; both of which a hospital must dispose safely.

It is in this context that a particular, administrative agency arrives on the scene but in the shadows — the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Prior to the enforcement of its own regulations by the EPA, hospitals disposed of medical waste via fire in affordable, on-site incinerators. Fire purifies.

Some years ago, however, the bureaucrats at the EPA ordered burning of infectious, medical waste in on-site incinerators to halt in the name of cleaner air — that is, unless the hospital installed expensive, sophisticated incinerators that most hospitals cannot afford. So, administrative absolutism forced hospital-administrators to contract with third-parties to haul infectious, medical waste to some other, distant site to be handled according to the edicts of the EPA.

Consider the risk of such a practice in handling waste containing Ebola. Instead of disposing of the highly contagious waste safely, quickly, and efficiently on-site, hospitals must abide by an extra step of hauling to some other, certified site somewhere else. One consequence? Less air-pollution. Good. Another consequence? Increased risk of contagion. Increased risk? Yes, to the extent that some third parties reportedly have refused to handle medical waste containing Ebola. Bad — very bad.

“God watches out for little children, fools, drunks and the United States of America.” -Otto von Bismark (1815-1898)

Good theory becomes bad practice. As a consequence of the absolutism conferred upon itself by the EPA, at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, medical waste from a patient dying from EHF filled an entire room designated for his waste alone then overflowed into the unprotected hallways used by people wearing no protective gear.

That only two, nursing personnel became infected with EHF represents a near-miracle, no thanks to the EPA. For how long shall we Americans enjoy such good fortune when bureaucratically-promulgated, bureaucratically-enforced, and bureaucratically-judged  regulations trump common sense?

Shouldn’t every hospital have an affordable on-site incinerator available in emergent instances such as EHF? Yes, but using it at this time would be violating inflexible rules established by arrogant, self-inflated bureaucrats impressed by their own unconstitutional power. So, who protects us from our so-called protectors?

“An autopsy of history would show that all great nations commit suicide.” -Arnold Toynbee (1889-1975)

As does all behavior, political and bureaucratic behavior, especially in a medical context, has its consequences. In this case, the consequences amount not only to tyranny but possibly to suicidal tyranny ( Ebola cares not one whit about political and bureaucratic pronouncements. Will God save us from this virus and, once again, from ourselves?


Monday, October 6th, 2014

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NOTE (13OCT2014): “Sensitivity of RT-PCR in identifying acute infection and early convalescence compared with antigen or IgM detection was 100% and 91% respectively, and specificity compared with antigen detection and IgM assay combined was 97%. Antigen capture detected only 83% of those identified by PCR, and IgM only 67%. Ebola virus RNA was detected in all 13 fatalities, only 5 of whom had IgM and none IgG. RT-PCR detected Ebola RNA in PBMC one to three weeks after disappearance of symptoms when antigen was undetectable. RT-PCR was the most sensitive method and able to detect virus from early acute disease throughout early recovery.”(2) Compare this note with note dated 06OCT. Confused?

NOTE (06OCT2014): Ebola is a contagious, highly virulent virus that causes a brutal, ugly death. There is neither a curative nor palliative treatment. Furthermore, despite reassurances that individuals “test negative” for Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (EHF), there is no specific diagnostic test.(1) The tests that do exist are complex, requiring special equipment and handling unavailable to all but a few medical facilities such as the CDC itself. Accordingly, EHF represents a clear and present danger to the American public and the rest of humanity. The single most important person in the world in combatting this potential plague is the President of the United States of America. Who is he really?

1. “Ebola virus (EBOV), a member of the filovirus family, is an enveloped negative-sense RNA virus that causes lethal infections in humans and primates. Recently, more than 1000 people have been killed by the Ebola virus disease in Africa, yet no specific treatment or diagnostic tests for EBOV are available.” -Liang H et al: “Identification of Ebola virus microRNAs and their putative pathological function.” Sci China Life Sci. 2014SEP29.

2. Leroy EM et al: “Diagnosis of Ebola haemorrhagic fever by RT-PCR in an epidemic setting.” J Med Virol. 2000 Apr;60(4):463-7.


“Make war on them until idolatry shall cease and God’s religion shall reign supreme.”  -The Recital (The Koran), The Spoils 8:36

“Wherever the Mohammedans have had complete sway, wherever the Christians have been unable to resist them by the sword, Christianity has ultimately disappeared.” -President Theodore Roosevelt

Obama Barack Hussein Obama a Jihadist? Absurd? Yes? No?

Whatever the case, Obama truly represents the new, multi-racial, multi-ethnic America. Some feel joy in that symbol. Some feel anxiety. Some feel despair. Some feel rage. What ultimate consequences his election then reëlection portend remain to be determined.

Despite his murky background, we know that Obama is a Mulatto steeped in Mohammedan culture while his half-Jewish, remarried mother lived in Indonesia. Later during his youth, he was affiliated closely with Marxist-oriented causes, people, and institutions; as was his wife. For 20-years, the couple attended an ostensibly Christian church, listening to a Negroid demagogue screaming repeatedly, “God d*mn America!”

Obama never owned a business, never held an honest job in the private sector, and never served in the military. Once in the White House, he surrounded himself with a preponderance of members of The Left from minorities.

The foregoing is the background of the individual whom a majority of American voters chose once then twice to lead the United States of America into the future. For many of his former supporters, dismay has replaced their previous, blind faith. Now, with the military chaos worsening in the Middle East and with Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (EHF) having reached our shores, dismay is becoming alarm.

Conflict in the Middle East Underlying and compounding the current concern about EHF is the never-ending conflict in the Middle East. Bush the First ignited it [See under (“Categories/Government/Foreign Policy/Did Bush Burn The Koran?”)]. Bush the Second inflamed it further. Now, Obama is adding more fuel to the fire.

Unlike those two predecessors, Obama has distanced himself from his own military; e.g., appointing a retired officer to direct the campaign and refusing to give it a name, contrary to precedent. He claims that he is fighting weakly to win eventually, portending another in our recent defeats by the Mohammedans.

Like all his predecessors since the end of World War II, by refusing to seek from the U.S. Congress a Declaration of War, he is violating the U.S. Constitution; a congressional resolution is not a Declaration of War. Ironically, he cites as his justification the same unconstitutional, congressional resolution bestowed upon Bush the Second by a hypocritical, cowardly Congress . . . a resolution previously opposed outspokenly by Obama himself, who vowed to cause its repeal. Hypocrisy?

Ebola in Africa . . .  Now in the USA “First and foremost, I want the American people to know that our experts, here at the CDC and across our government, agree that the chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the United States are extremely low.”Barack Hussein Obama (16SEP2014)

With the conflict in the Middle East as a context and despite Obama’s false reassurance, now comes EHF to America . . . difficult to diagnose; impossible to cure; impossible to ameliorate. Ebola arrived in Dallas carried by a lying Liberian native who has endangered the entire American population. Consequence? Instead of being left in medical isolation to die or recover on his own, he receives the finest medical treatment at taxpayers’ expense. Should we expect more of his kind?

“What about humanitarianism?” one might ask. So-called humanitarianism has become an obscenity camouflaging a multitude of sins the consequences of which are proving disastrous especially to Euro-Caucasians and Western Civilization and possibly catastrophic to all mankind.

The exact sequence of events at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas remain intentionally amorphous reflected in its excuse of a “glitch” in its system of electronic medical records; i.e., no person is at fault. Despite previous reässurances from the CDC that hospital-based personnel had been well trained to detect, isolate, and treat EHF . . .  in the supposedly unlikely instance that it did make an appearance . . . it seems that the nurse who handled this first, reported case released the obviously sick index-patient, who explicitly had told her that he just had arrived from Liberia. To what extent did he tell her of his having had direct contact there with an infected and dying female? Was it the nurse or a physician who prescribed an obviously useless antibiotic then sent him out to infect the population of Dallas? Did any physician ever examine the patient?

Controlling factor in this medical blunder of immense proportion? The African native had no “healthcare plan”.

Meanwhile, Obama himself has assigned 3,000 military to the heart of African EbolaLand, Liberia . . . not to impose a strict quarantine, whatever it takes; but to assist in attending to a predicted 1,450,000 victims of a highly virulent, contagious disease for which there exists neither curative nor palliative treatment. Reportedly, he initially issued the troops rubber gloves and “hand-sanitizers”. Moreover, he assigned them to African EbolaLand without any definite plans for screening them before or upon returning to the USA. Of note, upon their arrival in Liberia, the Assistant to the Chief Medical Officer there succumbed to EHF. Confirmation that EHF transmits only with difficulty?

How many of these troops will become infected? If infected, how many will return to the USA apparently healthy only to evidence the disease once returned; the virus can lurk in semen for seven weeks? If troops return contagious, how widespread will be the contagion in the USA? If an epidemic or a pandemic occurs, what will be the consequences in terms of mortality, morbidity, and economics?

Dallas: Who’s To Blame? “A camel is a horse designed by a committee.” -Proverb

Listening to the hollow reassurances from a proven-deceitful Oval Office, unintelligible double-talk from a bumbling spokesman for the CDC, and political obfuscation from an obviously frightened Mayor of Dallas coupled with the use of the passive voice blaming the potentially disastrous blunder on a “failure in communication” should leave any thinking American wondering whom to trust . . . whom to believe . . . whom to blame? Why not blame the hospital or its staff? Because their egregious behavior with its awful consequences is a function of its context and consequences . . . context and consequences established by the power-hungry, federal politicians and self-serving, federal bureaucrats.

For decades, these politicians and bureaucrats have demeaned physicians . . . real Medical Doctors, especially those with an M.D. from American medical schools (See under “Categories/Biology & Medicine/Healthcare Reform/‘Healthcare’ Is Not Medicine”). Examples? Re-labelling physicians “healthcare providers” and lumping them with subordinate, para-medical personnel and even charlatans. Creating the ill-conceived model of the “medical team” in which everyone is responsible, yet, no one is responsible . . . that is, until some avaricious lawyer files a malpractice lawsuit.

We Americans have a choice . . . politically-motivated, politically-manipulated medical delivery with consequences exemplified by the blunder in Dallas; or scientifically-based, scientifically-driven medical delivery. Thus far, we’ve chosen poorly.


Obama a Jihadist? “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation.” -Barack Hussein Obama (2006)

Given Obama’s refusal to contain EHF in western Africa by whatever means necessary and his insistence upon maintaining easy access to the USA from the infected region even after the index-case presented itself in Dallas, one might wonder, What factors control his behavior? Is the fate of some African natives worth risking the fate of all Americans? Is easy, unrestricted access?

Is Obama merely responding passively to the prevailing American, ideological climate of racially-oriented politics of minorities supported by self-loathing, racially suicidal members of a once-ruling majority now willingly dispossessed? Conversely, is he seizing actively the crisis to promote some nefarious plot supported by currently unknown subversives? Is there some other factor entirely?

Jihad n.: a holy war waged on behalf of Mohammedanism (Islam) as a religious duty.

Could it be that, since leaving Indonesia, Obama has remained a hidden Mohammedan? Consider the following: Bowing to the King of Saudi Arabia. Characterizing the Mohammedan call-to-prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth”. Making other statements about Mohammedanism and Christianity promoting the former (

If so, could Obama surreptitiously have committed himself to jihad? Could his goal be in keeping with that of his pastor . . . to have destroyed “White America”; perhaps, all America?

Could he be planning to cripple American policy in the Middle East in order to give every Jihadist there and elsewhere personal justification to attack the USA . . .  not with bombs but, if need be, with a lethal virus? Could he be willing to inflict passively or actively EHF onto the American people . . .  Caucasians, Mongolians, and even Negroes . . . Christians, Jews, and even Mohammedans . . . in order to cripple America beyond repair or even to destroy it completely? Absurd?

Certainly, the Koran would sanction such heinous actions. Mohammedanism condones killing even innocent Mohammedans, true believers, to achieve the goal of having killed so-called infidels. The Koran would tell Obama the Jihadist that, by such actions, he would be blessed by Allah and bound for Heaven.

Terminal Decline The Chinese view the USA as a nation in “terminal decline”. Given American spiraling economic debt, serial military defeats, and abominable self-degradation, their view is understandable if not justifiable. Americans display the historic signs of a once-great people committing national suicide.

“An autopsy of history would show that all great nations commit suicide.” -Arnold Toynbee (1889-1975)

In a fit of unjustified, self-loathing guilt, the American electorate placed the nation into the hands of an enigmatic character who, were he Euro-Caucasian, never would have been nominated let alone elected then reëlected. What are Obama’s real thoughts? What are his real feelings? They’re subjective; only he knows.

All that the rest of us can know with certainty are his actions and the consequences thereof.  Thus far, they appear suspect, at the least; possibly even to some once closest to him who have deserted his cabal.

“The only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history.” -Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)

In 1932, the powers-that-were in Germany believed that they could control the Nazis’ leader, Adolf Hitler. They powers were wrong. Germans paid dearly for the mistake.

In 2008, some of the powers-that-be in the USA believed that they could control Barack Hussein Obama. Were they, too, wrong? If so, like the Germans of the 1930s, will Americans of the 2010s pay even more dearly?

EHF has made Africa a continent on fire. Via EHF, is Obama intentionally fanning the flames of America, already a nation on fire? If so, why? To create a national emergency? To invoke one of his hundreds of Executive Orders?

“God watches out for little children, fools, drunks and the United States of America.” -Otto von Bismark (1815-1898)

If von Bismark was right, will God ever tire of protecting us Americans from ourselves? We only can pray that He doesn’t. After all, behavior does have its consequences, even for us Americans (



Monday, September 22nd, 2014

The National Football League (NFL). Justice. Ebola Fever. You. What have they in common, if anything?

“To accuse is to smear.”

Reality: American football is a violent sport, designed as a violent sport, played as a violent sport.

Reality: Violence attracts the violence-prone.

Reality: America, as a nation, is not violent. Yes, certain groups are violence-prone, among which, however, are not Caucasians — female or male.

Reality: Conversely, Negroes, as a group, are violence-prone, especially male Negroes. In fact, they are the most violence-prone racial or ethnic group in America.

Reality: Percentage of Negroid players in the National Football League = 65%.

Reality: Ray Rice is one of those players.

Reality: The NFL indefinitely suspended Ray Rice for a violent act allegedly perpetrated upon his then-girlfriend — now wife.

Reality: Using the passive voice, National Public Radio, among others in the Media, reported, “The NFL has been criticized for its handling of the case.” Criticized? By whom? Apparently not all the fans, as indicated by attendance and viewership. Right! Criticized by sponsors affrighted about losing customers if they continue to advertise while Ray Rice continues to play.

Has Ray Price been convicted of a crime? No.

Has Ray Price been tried for a crime? No.

The basic rule of American jurisprudence is that the status of an accused remains innocent until proven guilty in a court of law with jurisdiction. Ray Rice doesn’t qualify for that status, not having been either tried nor convicted and never going to be.

Admittedly, that basic rule applies only within the legal system itself. The NFL doesn’t qualify for that status, not being a court of law. Moreover, there usually are clauses in players’ contracts addressing moral turpitude. Morals? What morals? Whose morals? Besides, when did America, as a nation, regain an interest in morality?

So, what to do? Should major, professional sports adopt a single, universal rule to cover behavior off the field of play? Should each major, professional sport adopt its own rule? Should each major, professional sport judge each case as it arises? If so, what would be the referent standard?

Context: The United States of America . . . a nation in decline beset by multiple standards of conduct demanded by multiple interests — each interest with its own agenda to gain power and wealth at the expense of the rest of the nation. Common to these competing agendas has been a common context — the progressive feminizing and de-masculinizing of America, in general (See Categories/ABC’s & Cultural Context/True Grit.).

Antecedent: A violent incident outside a violent sport, allegedly committed by a violence-prone player of that sport.

Behavior: A clamor for prompt punishment of the accused, lack of  judicial verdict notwithstanding. It is a clamor voiced most militantly by a particular female interest-group and its sympathizers — a group that might be called “Radical Maternalists”; namely, those infecting normal, healthy maternalism with radical, pathological feminism.

Consequence: Smearing the reputation of the accused as well as inflicting potential loss of income.

To accuse is to smear. Many remember the accusation. Few remember the exoneration.

The case of Ray Rice might seem a poor choice to use as a platform for inquiry in this matter. Perhaps, not.

A videotape strongly suggests that Mr. Rice, indeed, struck his then-girlfriend, causing a probable concussion with unconsciousness. Yet, subsequently the woman married him, nonetheless. Moreover, the case against him was dismissed because she refused to testify. If she forgives and forgets, should the rest of us?

Alright, abused women and men often protect their abusers and remain to be abused again. Such is their choice; psychosis, delirium, or dementia aside. Is it the duty of society to protect these so-called victims from themselves? If so, how? Despite propaganda on the sides of policing cars — “To serve and protect.” — the police, by law representing of society, have no duty to protect, at all. Legally, it’s the responsibility of the individual to protect himself and that of the parents to protect their children.

The videotape in question indicates that, prior to their entering the elevator alone, his girl friend and Mr. Rice were arguing. He spit at her. She then slapped him, striking the first blow. Her action legally gave him cause to strike her. Right! He’s a man; she’s a woman. Equality with chivalry, is it?

Then, after entering the elevator, Mr. Rice hit her. What was the antecedent for his blow? Was she about to strike him again? A person, man or woman, once attacked physically by another has a lawful right to defend himself by striking the attacker. Who knows what really happened? Was she threatening to tear out his eyes with claw-like nails? Despite the difference in physical size, was Mr. Rice afraid for his safety? Was he within his legal rights? Possibly.

If it’s not the responsibility of the law to protect anywhere, should it become the responsibility of employers to try to prevent such violence outside the workplace? Such protection can come only by punishing those accused. When? How?

Assuming an honest, impartial judge, the benefit of awaiting a formal, legal decision before jumping to judgement is that both sides in a controversy have the opportunity to present their respective cases. A videotape reveals a man hitting a woman in an elevator. What was the context? What was the antecedent? From the videotape alone, who knows? Answering those questions is the reason for judicial trials with due process.

An even more compelling and related issue today is rape. Rape — the easiest crime to claim; the most difficult to prove. A woman publicly accuses a man of having raped her. Should her accusation alone be sufficient for an employer to prompt punishment of the accused? Should the accused’s being smeared in the media be sufficient?

In days gone by when modesty was considered a virtue among women, if a woman voluntarily entered a private, closed setting such as his residence alone with a man, legally she no longer could claim rape. She willingly had placed herself into a compromising context. She said; he said. No longer. Today, men automatically are presumed guilty even after having proven themselves otherwise. After all, where there was smoke, wasn’t there fire?


Professional Sports
Are professional sports different? In professional sports, shouldn’t the players function as models for youth to imitate? Shouldn’t they avoid even the appearance of impropriety?

In an ideal world, even the less-than-ideal world of yesteryear — yes. In a religiously-oriented society with absolute, moral values — yes. In a secular society with fluid values — no, not possible in a way both just and fair.

With Ray Rice, the NFL has adopted the typical, cowardly corporate cringing and shifting. Of what are they affrighted? The sponsors responding to the National Organization of Women and their ilk? You bet. Yet, whence comes the opposition? After all, there’s no comparable National Organization of Men.

Is it too much in such cases to ask to allow the law run its course? Once a legal decision has been rendered, can’t the employers then act accordingly, pursuant to contract? In the case of Ray Rice, the law has run its course — end of story? Not for the Radical Maternalists.

Ray Rice legally may be guilty or not guilty. No court has heard the evidence. No court has rendered a verdict. No court ever will.

At the moment, Mr. Rice has become a poster-boy for attacking maleness with its inherent, biological predisposition towards aggression, in general; and for promoting the agenda of Radical Maternalism, a basic tenet of which is castration of all males — figuratively if not literally. Is Mr. Rice receiving justice? Oh, right! The videotape.

Yes, the videotape might be admissible as evidence in a court of law; however, it would be admitted accompanied by testimony under penalty of perjury, addressing the context in which the actions recorded occurred and the antecedents that prompted them. We have no such testimony.

Yes, Mr. Rice likely might be convicted. Even so, he hasn’t been convicted and won’t be; at least for the incident in question.

“So what?” you might say.

The rebuttal is, “Where do you draw the line? With compelling evidence such as the videotape? With accusation with witnesses? With accusation without witnesses?”

Is punishing an accused without legal conviction justice? Hey, Mister, what if it happens to you at work? Should your female accuser’s word be sufficient to have you suspended even temporarily and have you smeared for life no matter what the outcome?

Ebola Fever
“So, what does all this commotion have to do with Ebola Fever? What’s the common factor?” you might be asking.

Reality! Facing reality. Living in an ether of increasing electronic Virtual Reality, Americans progressively have become divorced from Actual Reality. We are a people that has inflicted upon ourselves steepening debt, serial defeats, shameful degradation, and sorrowful despair — all of which we discuss at length but operationally ignore at our peril. Now, we face the possibility of a pandemic from a deadly virus. It’s not Hollywood-conceived Virtual Reality starring Denzel Washington singlehandedly saving the world. It’s Actual Reality.

A pandemic of Ebola Fever, however, will be more difficult to ignore than debt, defeats, and self-degradation. There are 1,400,000 cases predicted in West Africa by January 2015. What about January 2016 — in all Africa? In Europe? In Asia? In our Western Hemisphere?

If the trend continues, Ebola Fever is going to make all of us but the most die-hard, anti-racial ideologues get really real really rapidly. Maybe, when it’s all over, it’ll have been all for the best for the species albeit not for most of its individuals. Why? There likely will be survivors, which won’t be the case with an increasingly likely nuclear war. Better worldwide Ebola Fever than worldwide nuclear war.

Plague or nuclear war. Are those our only two options?

Maybe not. Maybe, such a plague of Ebola Fever won’t happen; at least now. In that case, we can continue down our current path towards Perdition until it does happen.

We can pretend that American football isn’t violent — that it doesn’t attract violence-prone males such as Ray Rice — that we should judge and punish men based upon mere accusation by a female, any female will do.  Witness the case of the three, innocent, Caucasoid students at Duke University accused of rape by a Negroid prostitute and immediately judged guilty by the institution then persecuted by a self-aggrandizing, rogue prosecutor. Ironic, isn’t it, for men to have their reputations possibly ruined for life by a woman of ill-repute?

Maybe, however — just maybe, most American men and even some American women will face Actual Reality and deal with it honestly and effectively whether it be professional sports or human survival. Actual Reality is that men aren’t women, and women aren’t men. Accusation isn’t conviction. Justice isn’t idiosyncratic, invalid, anti-racial, anti-scientific ideology.

Unfortunately, without a calamity such as Ebola Fever facing us, the odds of such a renaissance seem slim. The consequences of Ray Rice’s affair portend an ominous future for him and for America. The consequences of Ebola Fever? Without prompt, decisive, and effective measures likely of draconian and abhorrent magnitude, a bleak future for all humanity (