US: Ebola hysteria soars to new heights in US schools

Published on Russia Today RT, Oct 20, 2014.

Ebola-scared parents have sent a Maine teacher on mandatory leave after he visited Dallas where first victim of the virus in US died. In Mississippi parents pulled their kids out of school because of the principal’s trip to Zambia. The Portland Press Herald reports that a Maine teacher was placed on a 21-day paid leave of absence in light of parents’ concerns for their children’s health. Community members feared the teacher may have contracted Ebola while on a visit to Dallas for an educational seminar.

The teacher stayed at a hotel 9.5 miles away from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where the first US Ebola patient, Thomas Eric Duncan was diagnosed with the disease before he died, reports the Herald. Two Texas nurses are now being treated for the disease after contracting it from Duncan before his death … //

… Wannik has agreed to take a paid vacation to put frightened parents’ minds at ease.

“He did not want to be a distraction to the educational process and decided to take personal vacation leave and volunteered to go see any additional medical help that he could,” Superintendent John Sullivan told WAPT.

Dr. Gene Beresin, Executive Director of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, and a psychiatrist at Mass General and Harvard Medical School cautioned against unbridled panic spurred by confusion and misinformation as he urged parents to focus on facts.

“Parents have to curb their own anxiety and hysteria because it’s contagious. It’s more contagious than Ebola,” he told NECN.

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(my comment: the only message these parents are giving their children is: YOU HAVE TO FEAR THE WORLD and thus make them eternally fearing victims whom any disinformation may easily manipulate. You want your children be like that? – Heidi).

Ebola Related Links:

Other Links:

Presentation to the DDP Conference on Twenty Years of Local Democracy in South Africa, on ZNet, by S’bu Zikode, Oct 23, 2014;

UK Independent Party continue to lead in Rochester and Strood, on Left Foot Forward, by Ed Jacobs, Oct 23, 2014;

Ukraine’s multibillion-dollar gas debt: Who pays? on Russia Today RT, Oct 22, 2014 (see also: Ukraine’s economy contracts 4 times faster in Q2 losing 4.7%, July 30, 2014);

What Submarine in Sweden? on Dissident Voice, by Jan Oberg, October 22, 2014;

Capitalism and social democracy in crisis: an interview with John Bellamy Foster, on Counterfire, interview by Bill Blackwater, Oct 21, 2014;

Intelligence Center Tracks Missile Launches Worldwide 24/7, on The National Security Archive, by Jeffrey T. Richelson, Oct 21, 2014: ”Little known” DEFSMAC Created to Cover Soviet Launches, Now Alerts and Reports Globally from China to South Africa Center’s History Spans 50 Years, Based at National Security Agency NSA;

… and this – THE KAREN PEOPLE:


  • on Google Images-search;
  • on Google Scholar Text-search;
  • on Google News-search;
  • on en.wikipedia … refer to a number of Sino-Tibetan language speaking ethnic groups which reside primarily in Karen State, southern and southeastern Burma (Myanmar). The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population with approximately 5 million people.[2] A large number of Karen have migrated to Thailand, having settled mostly on the Thai–Karen border …; /See also; /External Links;

on YouTube:

Karen Women Organization KWO;

… et encore ceci:

ajouté le 22 Oct aux autres links dans mon blog santé:

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