“Bogus” Ebola Cures? What the FDA and Mainstream Media Aren’t Telling You

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On the world stage of Ebola, there is a very interesting showdown of sorts playing out before our eyes. In the back and forth discussions of treatments and cures is one billion dollars worth of potential vaccine profits, not to mention the millions of lives that are at stake as this pandemic unfolds.

This is a short summary of what has taken place so far:

  • As of today, conventional medicine has absolutely ZERO vaccines, treatments, preventions, or cures for treating this disease.
  • The panic that the media has evoked put tremendous pressure on the FDA to authorize vaccine trials, which are being performed by a company named Tekmira, whose stock prices, by the way, went through the roof and doubled soon after the announcement was made.
  • As the news of this deadly virus spreads, certain websites began to state that they had various cures or treatments that would either prevent you from contracting Ebola or could treat it if you became infected.
  • An article published in the New York Times stated that the FDA has issued warnings about these Ebola “cures”. This article named Dr. Rima Laibow, specigfically, for stating that nano silver kills Ebola.
  • However, about the same time, the New York Times also published an incrediably speculative piece which makes ridiculous statements that statin drugs might treat Ebola, even though there is absolutely no evidence that this claim could even remotely be true.
  • Although the New York Times was quick to denounce “bogus” cures such as nano silver, they didn’t mind printing articles about bogus cures such as statin drugs. Any experimental pharmaceuticals that originate from western medicine are assumed to have some value to them, but experimental treatments from alternative or holistic medicine are all assumed to be snake oil. This is not only unscientific, but unethical and irresponsible as well.
  • This also begs the question: What is the difference between unproven drug and an unproven holistic approach? Perhaps the answer to this question is faith. America and western cultures have faith in their westernized medicines, so it’s assumed that any of their vaccines and drug treatments must work. Faith, remember, does not need evidence.
  • However, Dr. Rima Laibow from the Natural Solutions Foundation published a page which states that the Department of Defense published a study in 2009 where they claimed that nano silver inhibits the Ebola virus. Since the publication of this page, Dr. Laibow has tried to alert scientists as well as political leaders from many different countries, that the outbreak of Ebola might be a part of an overall population reduction plan.

The actions of Dr. Laibow has set off a general alarm at the FDA, and is hitting a sore spot with the mainstream media, as both of these seem to be revving up their torpedos , ready to fire them at anyone who claims that anything other than a pharmaceutical drug or a vaccine might be the answer to the Ebola virus.

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Does nano silver actually work on this virus? This is a grey area as to the best of anyone’s knowledge, nano silver has not been tested on this virus. There is something to be said for nano silver, however, and that is that western medicine has NOTHING to offer you in the way of cures or treatment, NOTHING, ZIP, NADA. Nano silver, on the other hand, can’t hurt and may just work as it’s well known that no bacteria can stand up to silver. Will the Ebola virus be the exception? As of today, we don’t know, but taking nano silver in the event of an outbreak won’t hurt you, that is something we do know, and it just might help you. You might want to consider stocking some nano silver as an emergency center, as well as stocking up on antiseptic liquids such as bleach, herbal tinctures, iodine, and organic storable preparedness foods.

Should it be discovered that nano silver is not effective against Ebola, it can always be used as a topical antiseptic liquid.

Unfortunately, western medicine has a long history of suppressing many types of natural cures and holistic treatments, going back to the very beginning of the American Medical Association. Western medicine has systematically tried to suppress almost all helpful and truthful information about the prevention of disease and the treatment potential of foods, healing art treatments, medicinal herbs, as well as virtually waging war against chiropractic medicine during the first half of the 20th century.

A perfect example about the suppression of truth about vitamin C and D has been going on for more than 75 years. Vitamin D supplements may, in fact, turn out to be the most effective, as well as affordable, defense against viral pandemics. However, since vitamin D is so cheap to make, there would be no profit in it so there is no one raving about all the fascinating science that is behind vitamin D. Read more about vitamin D and diseases caused from its lack.

Western medicine has also suppressed the truth about colloidal silver. The use of silver impregnated bandages could be saving thousands, maybe even millions, of lives in hosptials and burn wards across America, however, the FDA has deliberately suppressed the use of silver technology. Topically, nano silver is incredibly effective in preventing infections in burn victims. You might be asking, why isn’t nano silver standard procedure in hospitals and emergency rooms everywhere? Because it isn’t a drug that will make buckets of money for drug companies.

So the idea that Dr. Laibow is putting out there is that there is a deliberate cover up of nano silver as a possible cure or treatment for Ebola. The second time around, this idea doesn’t seem quite so wacky, does it? Of course this doesn’t mean that every natural cure works and that there is a huge conspiracy to cover up all cures, but this is a starting point for asking legitimate questions about what works and what are we not being told.

It’s just been recently discovered that the FDA has been in cahoots with a very large manufacturer of toothpaste to hide the truth about one of their ingredients, triclosan, from the general public. Bloomber.com reported just last week that triclosan has been closely linked to the growth of cancer cells as well as the disrupted development in animal studies. One of the major tooth paste manufacturers included a 35 page summary of the toxicology studies that were done on triclosan when they submitted their application to the FDA for approval. The FDA withheld this report from the public and only released it earlier this year after a lawsuit over the a request via the Freedom of Information Act.

This is but one small example of how the FDA colludes with rich corporations in order to withhold crucial information from the public; even if it’s information that is vital to the health of the public. If you think your toothpaste isn’t a big deal, check out the history of Vioxx and Rezulin. Then you will see how the FDA works with these corporations to bury information that they don’t want the public to have access to.

Now we want to stress that there is no hard evidence that nano silver kills Ebola, but knowing how the FDA hides information from us, intelligent people can’t help but wonder what else the FDA might not be telling us.

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You should be aware, however, that there really are dozens of bogus “cures” or “treatments” being sold online and you need to be cautious. Even those that might claim that they are “FDA” or “governmentally approved”, don’t believe it. Remember that there are no cures or treatments.

As far as nano silver and Ebola is concerned, however, why isn’t this urgently being approved for testing in the same way that other experimental drug serum was recently approved. Just the fact that no one who is in a position of authority will even make an attempt to TRY nano silver on Ebola patients is very suspicious in and of itself.

Don’t forget, these are the exact same “authorities” who approved an experimental, completely unproven western treatment, even though they have absolutely no idea about it’s safety or it’s efficacy. Of course they say that “since people are dying”, they felt that there was no harm in offering them a medicinal experiment. And they have a point there. Except for the fact that they are being extremely limited in their thinking. Why limit their experiments to one treatment? Why not open them up to a wide variety of possible treatments, including nano silver?

If the medical industry really wants to prove that nano silver is just a bunch of gollywok, then why don’t they test it on Ebola patients to prove their point? What is it that they are afraid of?

The answer to that question is fairly obvious, they are afraid of what might happen if it worked. Because if it did, or if any other alternative herb, or medicine worked, all their hopes for earning millions of dollars from their vaccine would disappear like a balloon in the wind.

Ebola victims should have freedom of choice when it comes to experimental medicines. If western medicine authorities have declared it to be completely ethical to experiment on Ebola patients with this unproven medical serum, then why wouldn’t it be just as ethical to allow these patients to volunteer for other types of treatments such as nano silver? It is both illogical, as well as contradictory, to state that it’s completely ethical to treat patients with an experimental drug then state that it’s unethical to treat patients with an experimental natural substance. Western medicine must apply logical, scientific thinking, not with “faith based medicine”.

It’s difficult to not be skeptical of any medical system which would block the testing of nano silver, or any other natural substance, while aggressively pushing experimental vaccines or unproven, untested drugs. If you want to get to the truth, if you want to know what works and what doesn’t, then why not test everything? Wouldn’t that be the most scientific way to handle this? Test everything at hand, and then let the facts state what works and what doesn’t.

Source: Naturalnews.com