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Community based fluid specimen collection and analysis


GoViral is studying how community viral diagnostic information and symptom information combined can be used to understand an individual’s risk of influenza. We would like you to provide you with an easy to use flu test you can use at home if you are sick.

GoViral Saliva Sample Instructions

GoViral Nasal Swab Instructions

Decentralised testing centres equipped with miniPCR kits and self/community collected samples from the sick. These serve as monitoring stations/hubs for existing diseases and future (expected) outbreaks.

The medical and government professionals seeking real benefit for their communities will be keen on this modest detection system

Capital Flight and Its impact on Africa

According to estimates, every year US$ 1.26 trillion – 1.44 trillion disappears without a trace from developing countries, ending up in tax havens or rich countries[1]. The main part of this is driven by multinational companies seeking to evade tax where they operate. The sum that leaves developing countries each year as unreported financial outflows, referred to as illicit capital flight, amounts to ten times the annual global aid flows and twice the amount of debt developing countries repay each year. Estimations of illicit capital flight from Africa over a 39 year period show that it has grown at an average rate of around 12 percent per year.
Continue reading Capital Flight and Its impact on Africa

IMF resumes loans to Mali, disburses $11.7 million

Associated Press

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — The International Monetary Fund has unfrozen its loans to Mali after a review of allegations of financial irregularities and the country will soon receive $11.7 million.

“The economic recovery is underway, but remains fragile, and prospects are clouded by a difficult security situation and the risk of an Ebola epidemic,” said Naoyuki Shinohara, acting chair of the fund’s executive board. “In order to restore business, consumer, and donor confidence, it is essential to tighten the implementation of budget and procurement rules.”

The Economic Hitmen are in control. Easy to push vaccines when you hold the purse strings.

Episode 16: The mathematics of Ebola by the Health Ranger


  • Currently every 1 Ebola results in an additional 1.5 – 2.0 infections within 3 – 4 weeks
  • The Ebola problem is an exponential problem
  • In Dallas, Thomas Duncan spread Ebola to at least one additional person (a nurse)
  • 70 medical staffers were needed to treat Duncan, just one Ebola patient
  • The infected nurse was not on the CDC’s watch list

The Myth of Overpopulation in Africa and Global Medical fraud

The recent “Ebola outbreak” has brought to the fore the ongoing suspicions of a neo-colonial agenda in Africa.  We note the French presence in Mali under the pretext of fighting Islamic “terrorist” , the US pretext of Boko Haram in Northern Nigeria and Cameroun and the aborted “Arab springs” in Saharan Africa.

It is laughable to think that the US, UK, EU and its corrupt banking-military-industrial-pharma cartel care about 5 thousand African lives above their strategic military, financial and resource interests.

The inherent and fundamental fraud of global banking and their ability to print “money” into existence as the basis for physical asset seizures is now clear to even the most inattentive of people. The frauds keep coming from mortgages, securities, libor, forex, commodities and stocks. It could be argued, this banking corruption at the root of the global economy has compromised activities such as legal, civil, education, medical, military and industrial.

If there are any readers who do believe in the integrity of the above group, please post a comment on a recent criminal conviction of directors of said industries. Civil or commercial fines are NOT applicable. Continue reading The Myth of Overpopulation in Africa and Global Medical fraud

Mali Ebola Deaths Follow U.S. Vaccines – Robert Scott Bell Interview

Published on Nov 18, 2014

The Ebola outbreak is once again, branching off into a new direction. Both here in the U.S., and overseas. In West Africa, another country is on high alert. Mali’s government ordered a massive quarantine, forcing more than 600 people to leave their family and friends. While here in the US, we’re learning the second patient to die from Ebola could have actually have been misdiagnosed. One man we’ve talked to throughout this whole story saw this coming months ago. He told us about the Ebola tests and the likelihood of false positives. Today, we welcome Robert Scott Bell back to the broadcast, to catch up to speed on the Ebola story.



There have been 14 413 reported Ebola cases in eight countries since the outbreak began, with 5177 reported deaths.
Country Cases/Deaths Mortality%
Guinea 1919/1166 60.8%
Liberia 6878/2812 40.9%
Sierra Leone 5586/1187 21.2%
Mali 4/3 75%
Nigeria 20/8 40%
Senegal 1/0 0%
Spain 1/0 0%
US 4/1 25%
Total 14413/5177 35.9%



A total of 13 268 confirmed, probable, and suspected cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported in six currently affected countries (Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone, Spain, and the United States of America) and two previously affected countries (Nigeria, Senegal) up to the end of 4 November 2014.

There have been 4960 reported deaths.