Many people have warned about the possibility of an Ebola outbreak for years. And while it may seem like a far-fetched scenario, it’s a real possibility. In fact, there have been several outbreaks of Ebola in Africa over the past few years.
And while an Ebola outbreak would be devastating for the people affected, it would also be advantageous for globalists. That’s because an Ebola outbreak would create a lot of fear and chaos, making it easier for globalists to push through their agendas.
What is Ebola?
Ebola is a deadly disease caused by a virus. The Ebola virus is highly contagious and can be spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person, including blood, sweat, saliva, urine, semen, and breast milk. It can also be spread indirectly through contact with surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus.
Why an Ebola outbreak would be advantageous for globalists
So, while we all hope that an Ebola outbreak never happens, we should be aware of the potential benefits that it could have for globalists.
Creates a need for greater international cooperation to deal with the disease
Some argue that an Ebola outbreak would create a need for greater international cooperation to deal with the disease. This could lead to the establishment of new global health institutions or the strengthening of existing ones.
For example, the WHO could be given more funding and resources to help it respond to future outbreaks. This could also lead to greater cooperation between countries in sharing information and resources.
Highlight the need for reform of existing global health institutions
The current system is not equipped to deal with a major global health crisis like Ebola. They believe an outbreak would force these institutions to change and become more effective.
Whatever the outcome, it is clear that an Ebola outbreak would have far-reaching consequences for the world community. It would test our ability to cooperate in dealing with a major global health threat.
Give countries an excuse to increase their surveillance and control measures
If an Ebola outbreak were to occur, it would give countries an excuse to increase their surveillance and control measures. This would be advantageous for globalists, allowing them to control the population further.
Globalists have been working towards a one-world government, and an Ebola outbreak would be a step in the right direction for them.
Provides an opportunity to test out new bioweapons or other technologies
Using the outbreak as a pretext, they can access areas that would otherwise be off-limits and collect data on how these new weapons or technologies perform in real-world conditions.
Moreover, they can use the resulting chaos to further their agenda of destabilising governments and weakening national borders. So while an Ebola outbreak may seem like a bad thing, it could be quite advantageous for those who seek to control the world.
If you’re a globalist, an outbreak of Ebola might seem like a good thing. After all, it would create a need for greater international cooperation to deal with the disease, and it would give countries an excuse to increase their surveillance and control measures. In addition, an outbreak would provide an opportunity to test out new bioweapons or other technologies that could be used to control populations.