Learn why the Fear of Ebola is spreading so much faster than Ebola itself.

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How much higher will the Ebola hysteria meter go? Hard to say at this point. Let me just say this, when people are already starting to wear these suits in public, which they now appear to be doing, we may have just scratched the surface of the ridonkulousness that will be on parade soon.

Excuse me sir, Sir, Sir, you're not allowed to wear a condom here.  You'll have to change.

Excuse me sir, Sir, Sir, you’re not allowed to wear a condom here. You’ll have to change or you need to leave.  Thank you.

The fear just seems so out of proportion to the KNOWN risk.

Since the Ebola outbreak began in February, around 300,000 people have died from malaria, while tuberculosis has likely claimed over 600,000 lives. Ebola might have our attention, but it’s not even close to being the biggest problem in Africa right now. Even Lassa fever, which shares many of the terrifying symptoms of Ebola (including bleeding from the eyelids), kills many more than Ebola – and frequently finds its way to the US.  Link here.

I’m just saying, maybe there is another side to this panic.

LEGALMAN speaks on Ebola.

 

UPDATE ON EBOLA STORY

Yes that is a guy without a hazmat, but he DOES have a clip board so relax.

Yes that is a guy without a hazmat, but he DOES have a clip board so relax.

In light of this article in the UK Mail and its accompanying pictures, ask yourself which is more likely, that Legalman’s suspicions are justified about what they are telling us about the actual “disease”, or that these  “protocols” make sense?

 

Legalman lives another day

Legalman IS the law.

Legalman IS the law.

2 thoughts on “Learn why the Fear of Ebola is spreading so much faster than Ebola itself.

  1. ptm

    Legaman, I do not want to “one up you”, but what you fail to understand about the above photo is that the man NOT in the haz mat suit had already received his FDA approved ebola vaccination. Also, the fear of ebola has everything to do with the name. Give yourself over to 5 minutes of thought about it and you will realize that just the word “EBOLA” is terrifying. Who cares about Lassa? Sounds like a faithful collie or something. Furthermore, TB and malaria only happen in foreigners. EVERYBODY knows that, Legalman. Look, I appreciate what you are trying to accomplish here, but maybe you should stick to areas in which you at least have nominal “expertise”, like the law.

    Have an Ebola free day. : )

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    1. Profile photo of LegalmanLegalman Post author

      You must be referring to the dreaded and feared Lhasa Apso breed of dog. And I had forgotten about that whole only foreigners exception. Now that I rethink this, you, my good friend are right. I will now retire from public life in shame.

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