- Feb 16, 2018
Ahh no, poor Uganda, who'll write snarky blueshirt posts on P.ie after he's gone?
If I am a bigot because I abhor the teachings of a mass murderer and child rapist who urged his followers to kill those who oppose his dictates I will wear that badge of honour for the rest of my life ,however quote one of my posts where I have ever promoted racism or withdraw your banal comment .No .
You on the other hand are racist bigot same as Crazyhorse6 was.
I wonder if all this was happening outside Africa -1300 plus deaths - a contagious disease now affecting an adjacent country, what would international health organizations be doing at this stage.I don't like the look of this chart:
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"The danger of this particular outbreak, which began Aug. 1, 2018, is that it's what several experts call the "perfect storm" of a highly lethal and contagious virus in an area of the DRC that's a hub for poverty and neglect, insurgent activities, distrust of government and international organizations, and a mobile population with many refugees."
Chart: Second-largest Ebola outbreak on record continues to spread in Congo
You are wasting your time with that particular poster. He cries wacism every time somebody makes a comment he doesn't agree with. It's the barrel scraping of conversations.If I am a bigot because I abhor the teachings of a mass murderer and child rapist who urged his followers to kill those who oppose his dictates I will wear that badge of honour for the rest of my life ,however quote one of my posts where I have ever promoted racism or withdraw your banal comment .
(CNN) — A second person has died after contracting Ebola in Goma, a major transit hub in the Democratic Republic of Congo on the Rwandan border, according to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
The patient passed away on Wednesday, around 26 hours after being admitted to an MSF-supported Ebola treatment center, the organization said on Twitter.
World Health Organization (WHO) officials have feared Ebola's arrival in the city for months. Goma is home to a highly mobile population of more than 1 million, which makes the risk of the disease spreading high.