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    World War on Ebola vs World War on each other

     
    Wars on each other are an open wound to contamination of whole populations by disease strains like ebola in our porous border global society.

    So long as there is conflict among nations and among each other, there is no cooperation to fight the real war threatening the life and health of our nations.

    Can we muster the money, talent, lives and effort bled to fight the world hate wars to battle Ebola?

    We've stopped almost every plague that threatened the rich nations. But there's only one way to stop the now open world diseases like Ebola – eliminate it in Africa before it kills in all nations.

    Over population and crowding, the inability to separate affected people from the general population and being deprived of basic health care services can spread even the mildest of diseases. With Ebola it's inviting mass murder.

    There is no known cure for Ebola, but basic health actions can contain its spread – giving an army of medical researchers, specialists and organizations on a war footing the window to mount a frontal assault on Ebola.

    That's if we can focus a modicum of man's wanton rage on Ebola...and not each other.

    The blood of our future – our children – is on the hands of we so-called adults.

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