onsdag 17 september 2014

USA räddar världen? Startar "krig mot Ebola" - 3000 amerikanska soldater till Afrika

USA sänder 3000 soldater till Afrika och sätter ner foten i det nya "kriget mot Ebola." Men de allra flesta afrikaner vill istället ha 3000 doktorer och ingen amerikansk militär. Kambale Musavuli, en konsult för "Thoughtworks" intervjuas angående den s.k. "hjälpen" från USA...


US sending 3,000 soldiers to combat Ebola virus

Publicerades den 16 sep 2014
President Barack Obama is deploying nearly 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to combat the spread of the Ebola virus. 
The potentially deadly disease has so far claimed the lives of over 2,400 people, prompting world leaders to pledge material support for the countries most affected. Some are not pleased with the US’ response, however, saying that Africa needs more doctors and not more soldiers. RT’s Ameera David discusses this with Kambale Musavuli, a consultant with Thoughtworks.

Obama Sends 3,000 Troops Into Ebola Danger Zone

Publicerades den 17 sep 2014 TheAlexJonesChannel
The Obama administration said late Monday night that the U.S. military will set up a command post in Monrovia, Liberia, the Ebola outbreak's epicenter
'This effort ... will involve an estimated 3,000 U.S. forces,' according to the White House
Pentagon official says military will 'be the lead dog, and that will make a lot of people nervous. ... No one wants U.S. personnel enforcing someone else's martial law if things go south and the entire region is at risk'

 USA räddar världen? Startar "krig mot Ebola" - 3000 amerikanska soldater till Afrika

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  1. --Ebola crisis response: Cuba sends doctors, US deploys troops--

    The tiny island nation of Cuba has shamed the world with its international medical missions; the ongoing Ebola crisis in West Africa a case in point.

    Something that has long gone unreported in the West, for both geopolitical and ideological reasons, is the remarkable role Cuban doctors and medical personnel are played in dealing with the aftermath of disasters and crises, both natural and manmade, throughout the developing world.

    The most recent example is Cuba’s response to the spread of Ebola in West Africa. According to the World Health Organization, Cuba is in the process of sending hundreds of doctors, nurses and other medical personnel to West Africa to work on the frontline against the disease.

    Meanwhile, by way of comparison, the response of the United States to the Ebola crisis in West Africa has been the deployment of 3,000 troops.

    Cuba’s exemplary gesture of solidarity, with a population of just over 11 million people and a GDP of around £70 billion, is made even more remarkable by the fact it currently has some 50,000 medical personnel serving on such medical missions around the world, specifically in 66 countries in the developing world. [...]




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