Today in Crazy Talk
Aaron David Ward writing at LewRockwell.com: The Ebola Effect: Blood From Stone
The U.S. Government wants Ebola in America. Why? It’s good for business, specifically the business of the global elites. It’s no secret the one-percent who rule the world want the global population reduced. It’s also no secret big pharma makes big money off pandemics. And apparently Big Academia can make money too. How convenient Dallas Patient Zero wound up in Texas where Texas A & M says it can serve as a potential mass-production center for ZMapp Ebola Drug.
And the pièce de résistance:
And big government can use Ebola as a ripe excuse to start using those FEMA camps.
Ah yes, the FEMA camps–the government has been itchin’ to get those up and running.
(BTW, I left the links from the original piece in the quote, but only for illustrative purposes…beware the clickthrough!)
Ward is a stand up comedian, but I do not think he is trying to be funny here.
What is it about a certain segment of American libertarianism that leads to this kind of lunacy? (Puts me in mind of the good ol’ Ron Paul newsletters, which were also linked to Lew Rockwell).
Although, really, if you think about it, this does illustrate a common libertarian talking point: the inefficiency of government. After all, there has only been, to date, one case of Ebola brought in during a time in which “The U.S. Government wants Ebola in America.” Private individuals freed from the shackles of government bureaucracy would have been much more efficient, donthca know!