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“Dr. Craig Spencer: Ebola? Flu? Hospital food? Nothing?” By Jon Rappoport

October 29, 2014

Let’s see. Dr. Craig Spencer comes back from Guinea, where he’s been treating patients. In NYC, he takes the subway, he goes bowling, he eats at restaurants, he jogs.

He begins feeling fatigued, he takes his temp. 100.3.

He makes a call. The hazmat army arrives and rushes him to Bellevue.

The doctors announce: Ebola.

On what basis?


What specific diagnostic tests did they run?


Can we examine those tests, in great detail, and the results? Fat chance.

Was Spencer given an antibody test? It’s notorious for coming up with false-positives, because it reacts on the basis of factors that have nothing to do with the virus being tested for.

And even if that doesn’t happen, an antibody test says nothing about whether the patient is sick, has been sick, or will get sick. It merely indicates he had come in contact with the virus.

Traditionally, a positive antibody test was taken to mean the person’s immune system warded off the virus successfully. Not any longer. The science has been turned upside down, for no good reason. Now, a positive test=the patient has the disease. Absurd.

Was Spencer given a PCR test? Also notorious for errors, and coming up with irrelevant findings, the PCR, even if done perfectly, says nothing about whether the patient has enough of a given virus in his body to cause illness. The PCR works with miniscule amounts of sample-material from the patient.

Was the Ebola virus actually isolated directly from Spencer’s blood? No reason to think so. This necessary test is rarely done. And on top of that, there should also be a titer test, which indicates how much of a given virus is in the patient’s body—because there must be millions and millions of active virus present to even begin to say it can cause illness. The titer test is almost never done.

Without proper diagnostic tests, there is no reason under the sun to say Spencer “has Ebola.”

Fatigue? 100.3 temperature? There are thousands of possible reasons for those symptoms.

We do know the CDC favors the PCR test, which it ran on the Dallas “Ebola” patient. Again, it is unreliable, useless, and misleading.

On top of this, Spencer was given a blood transfusion at Bellevue Hospital. Transfusions are immunosuppressive.

Doctors made a big deal out of the fact that Spencer developed gastrointestinal symptoms after being admitted to an iso ward. They arbitrarily labeled these symptoms “the next phase of Ebola.”

That is a fatuous diagnosis. Obviously, such symptoms can spring from a number of causes, not the least of which is hospital food.

There is, however, a payoff for diagnosing Craig Spencer with Ebola. It gives credence to the cooked-up narrative about a “dangerous global epidemic” spreading from West Africa to other countries.

That is the official storyline, and it must be repeated, over and over, by governments and public health agencies, no matter what.

As for the truth—are you kidding?

The truth has nothing to do with the official storyline.

Jon Rappoport
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at