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September 30, 2014
Proof Of US Plan To Kill 90% Of World Population With Airborne Ebola?
By Susan Duclos
In 2006, an award winning University of Texas evolutionary ecologist, Dr Eric R. Pianka, advocated the use of airborne Ebola to kill off 90 percent of the world's population. According to a 2006 report by Life Site, and other reports, Pianka was investigated by the FBI after receiving a complaint that Pianka was "advocating biological terrorism."
All of which is why the FBI is interested in talking to Texas ecologist and herpetologist, Dr. Eric R. Pianka, who suggested at a meeting of the Texas Academy of Sciences that an airborne version of Ebola that would wipe out 90% of the human population was the solution to the human “overpopulation problem.”
In 2007, according to the video below and documents that have been widely reported on, the US government, via the CDC, procured the patent on Ebola, which includes any strain, including hybrid strains that hold a 70 percent commonality. This was just one year after Pianka's "doomsday" speech. Furthermore, it was in 2006 as well, uncovered by David Hodges of The Common Sense Show, that a company called Crucell entered Phase I clinical trials in for the Ebola vaccine, to which the NIH owns the patent.
In the David Vose video below, we see a more detailed description of Pianka's speech, where he reportedly accompanied his "doomsday" talk, with a slideshow, which included an image depicting the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
The timing of this speech advocating the use of airborne Ebola, with the CDC's obtaining the patent and the clinical trials for the vaccine starting the same year as the Pianka speech, cannot be ignored, nor should it be. Also consider the coincidental timing of the Geogia Guidestones, which also advocates the culling of 90 percent of the population, having a mysterious addition of the 2014, which has since been removed, and the deliberate transporting of Ebola exposed persons into the United States.