Presentation: Ebola And The Weaponization of Disease

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What's the origin? Why the sudden raging outbreak?



Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 2 PM, House of the Lord Church, Brooklyn NY

What is the origin of Ebola?

The sudden outbreak of this deadly disease in Africa has raised many questions about its effect on the African continent, the land, resources, and African people worldwide. The Ebola Crisis has become a principal biological warfare query and implores a conscious examination of its origin and its objective and the role of international and nation health organizations in controlling the spread of Ebola.

The December 12th Movement International Secertariat will hold an EMERGENCY COMMUNITY FORUM PART 2 to analyze and discuss these critical developments and make an historical analysis of the biological weapons used to destabilize of Africa and Africans in the Diaspora.

The Ebola Forum will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 2:00pm at the House of the Lord Church, 415 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.

The demand for a self determined and consistent Pan African resistance to the historic imperialist tactics to recolonize Africa and African people has manifest itself politically, economically, and geographically, and biologically.

In the Unites States, there have been many examples of the “Weaponization Of Disease”. The insidious “Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment” example carries much weight in this situation.

Many examples of these western “Weapons of Disease” will be discussed in this forum in an effort to strengthen the move toward fundamental change in the racist imperialist medical industry.

For more information call 718-398-1766.



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