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U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT ORDERS 160,000 EBOLA HAZMAT SUITS

The U.S. State Department has ordered 160,000 Hazmat suits for Ebola, prompting concerns that the federal government is anticipating the rapid spread of a virus that has already claimed an unprecedented number of lives. In a press release posted by Market Watch, Lakeland Industries, a manufacturer of industrial protective clothing for first responders, announced that…

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Ebola Virus Has Evolved – Will It Go Airborne?

The last several months have led to much confusion about the spread of the Ebola virus. Health officials and governments first denied that a serious threat existed and took no significant action to prevent its spread outside of West Africa. Then, after it had made it’s way to six different countries in the region, officials…

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Patriot Power Hour Doubleheader!

Back to Back Episodes of the Patriot Power Hour! Ebola, Riots in Missouri, WWIII in Ukraine, the rise of China — and many more topics in this two hour presentation. Patriot Power Hour goes LIVE each and every Sunday Night at www.Mixlr.com/lucifer-bernanke Follow Lucifer on Twitter @LuciferBernanke or Facebook.com/DethroneTheBanksters Down With Bankster Scum!

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Video: Crisis in The Emerging Markets; Be Aware, and Be Prepared

  UBS’ George Magnus believes the next global economic “crisis”‘ lightning rod will be the emerging markets and as Jim Rogers tells BoomBust’s Erin Ade in this brief interview, “the emerging market crisis has only just begun.” While Rogers is careful to add that there are lots of emerging markets – “some better than others;”…

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US expands military net over Africa, checking China’s influence

  Over the last decade, America has quietly expanded its military presence throughout Africa in an attempt to counter Chinese and other emerging nations’ influence, while consolidating control over critical strategic resources and trade routes. The United States, like its allies Britain and France, has long maintained influence and indirect control in Africa through financial…

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