Measles 2015 Outbreak Map Compared To 2014 Enterovirus D68 Outbreak Map – The Similarity Is Obvious…

The willful blindness of the U.S. media is becoming a parody unto itself.

The outbreak of the Measles virus is gaining attention as medical reports begin to accumulate by the day. Yet, no-one in the legacy media claims to be able to see the similarity to the Enterovirus D-68 outbreaks.

So, again, let’s look at outbreak maps and compare:

measles map 2

Enterovirus D68 outbreak map

While the timeline is not yet accurate in overlay, the correlation is obvious.

The date on the Enterovirus map was at the peak of the outbreak, the measles outbreak has not yet peaked.  If we revisit the outbreak map -and we will- during the peak, our prediction is that the similarity will be even MORE stark

What does this mean?   Essentially this is yet even more evidence, and outlines what we have continued to research and track since last year.   The distribution pattern of the South American immigration influx directly correlates to the U.S. disease outbreak.  These are empirical, albeit crude, outbreak comparisons.

Like the Enterovirus D-68 in 2014, measles was essentially eradicated in the U.S. prior to this year.

So what changed?

illegal alien 8

illegal alien shipment

Where the hell is Glenn Beck and Dana Loesch with their Teddy Bear and Soccer Ball campaign now?  Perhaps they could initiate an inoculation campaign?

Enterovirus map source – link

Measles outbreak map source – link

Back in July of 2014 we outlined how the “surprise influx” of Unaccompanied Alien Children from Central America was not in actuality “a surprise”. We knew it was not a surprise because the Obama Administration was specifically pre-planning for an influx a full seven months before the story began to reach the headlines:

On January 29th of this year, the federal government posted an advertisement seeking bids for a vendor contract to handle “Unaccompanied Alien Children“.

Not just any contract mind you, but a very specific contract – for a very specific number of unaccompanied minors: 65,000.

Obviously the key take-away was: How could DHS and HHS claim a surprise when they were specifically looking for contractors to handle a very specific number of UAC’s seven month earlier?

illegal alien 10

Immediately we knew a few things. First, we knew it wasn’t a surprise. Second, we know this administration never lets a crisis go to waste. The UAC crisis was soon framed as a ‘humanitarian crisis’ to position a more favorable outcome for comprehensive immigration reform.

It almost worked.


uac graph 2

Further research showed how in 2013 the administration projected the exact outcome as a result of broad policies they were pushing throughout Central America.

But something else happened in conjunction with that administration review. A study was conducted of virus strains throughout Central America; specifically relating to strains of respiratory diseases in the exact same Central American countries.

Human rhinoviruses and enteroviruses in influenza-like illness in Latin America

EV-D68 Central American Countries

Look at the countries where 3,665 virus test subjects were reviewed. These are the exact same countries where the UAC’s originated. The test subjects were all Central American children tested for the respiratory disease now known as Enterovirus D68, or EV-D68.

Without getting too wonky on the virology aspect – essentially the same viral strain currently infecting children throughout the U.S. was identified within the test subjects.

EV-D68 Central American Strain

We cannot over-emphasize the significance here. The specific strain of respiratory virus, currently being chased by the CDC throughout the U.S. outbreak, EV-D68, was first identified in 2013 within the exact same countries where the UAC’s have traveled from.

By itself that’s damning evidence of outbreak origination. However, when you overlay the map of UAC disbursal to the map of U.S. outbreak locations it becomes almost irrefutable. The UAC’s brought the resistant strain of EV-D68 virus to the U.S.

However, that’s not the part of the story we are highlighting here.

The VIROLOGY study was published IN THE EXACT SAME MONTH as the anticipated UAC migration predictions for 2014. Both data sets absorbed within the body politic in October of 2013.

The Virological Study timeline was:

Received: 22 March 2013
Accepted: 31 July 2013
Published: 11 October 2013

Before continuing let’s recap:

• The UAC’s were known to be coming. • The UAC’s were known to carry a risk of introducing uncommon strains of respiratory virus. • And the strain of virus is the same as the EV-D68 currently being dealt with.

Now, remember the “Bathtub Principle”, and place yourself within the administration.

You know an influx of Illegal Children are: A) expected as a result of your policies, and, B) with the potential to expose American children and U.S. communities to Central American enterovirus.

How do you avoid the risk of sunlight?

How do you avoid damage to your overall agenda if thousands of American school children suddenly become sick as a result of a reckless open border policy that you advance?

How do you avoid the political risk?

Denis McDonough


(Global Research) […] The Obama executive order, titled Revised List of Quarantinable Communicable Diseases, amends executive order 13295, passed by George W. Bush in April 2003, which allows for the, “apprehension, detention, or conditional release of individuals to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of suspected communicable diseases.”

The amendment signed by Obama replaces subsection (b) of the original Bush executive order which referred only to SARS. Obama’s amendment allows for the detention of Americans who display,

“Severe acute respiratory syndromes, which are diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.” (link)

Many people have attributed the Obama Executive Order to the fear within the Ebola crisis. Our research does not find that correlation.

What is far more likely is that the Ebola Crisis became a good cover (“never let a crisis go to waste“) for the quarantine contingency plan which was already in place.

This executive order was signed, July 31st 2014, well before the Ebola Crisis reached a point where the World Health Organization sounded the alarm bells; and before it reached the point of daily briefing for President Obama.

• The administration knew the Children were coming, • they knew a respiratory biological outbreak was possible, • and they knew quarantine would possibly be needed as a containment tool.

However, in addition, there would be a risk of “Hot Zone Identification” if the U.S./Mexico border region was the only proximity where the EV-D68 outbreaks were known to be occurring.

From the CDC Website:

CDC is prioritizing testing of specimens from children with severe respiratory illness. Of the specimens tested by CDC lab, about half have tested positive for EV-D68.

The primary reason for increases in cases is that several states are investigating clusters of people with severe respiratory illness, and specimens are still being tested for EV-D68. It can take a while to test specimens and obtain lab results. (link)

How to dilute that risk?

Enter “The Bathtub Principle”= Transfer the EV-D68 (UAC) carriers throughout the country to dilute the origin of the outbreak.

uac interactive map 10-5-14

Never let a good crisis go to waste, even if you have to create the crisis“.

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32 Responses to Measles 2015 Outbreak Map Compared To 2014 Enterovirus D68 Outbreak Map – The Similarity Is Obvious…

  1. mikayla825 says:

    You’ve nailed it. Bravo!

    Liked by 4 people

    • mikayla825 says:

      and….Don’t you ever tire of being right?

      Liked by 1 person

      • sundance says:

        Right now I’m angry. Seriously, I’m not kidding – I’M ANGRY !!

        When USA Today published that Measles Map today I could have exploded a blood pressure cuff… I mean, c’mon. Just, flippin, come on !

        It’s right there in front of their face. RIGHT THERE.

        Just effen’ report on the similarity… It’s all RIGHT THERE.

        That’s why I’m angry. I’m angry at what our media has become.

        Liked by 12 people

        • justfactsplz says:

          What angers me is that American children were exposed throughout our country and Obama didn’t care about them. How would he feel if his own children ended up being exposed? These are innocent children. Only the most evil of the evil would do this. This makes me angry.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Dixie Darling says:

          The map of places where they dropped off the illegal aliens does not show North Carolina as having received any of them. But that is not right. The governor complained about 1200 of them being dropped off in North Carolina without notification by the administration and that announcement was in the Raleigh News & Observer. They migrate east of the capital because it is warmer on the coast. It’s becoming obvious that they are here despite what the map shows.


        • Judgy says:

          Wonder if there’d be any merit in somehow getting your correlation info to Disney? Yes, I realize Disney=ABC Media, but I still speak w/ people I used to work at a couple of L.A. theme parks with, many of whom still work at one or more parks. The word “on the street” is almost ALL level of Disneyland employees, higher-ups included, are BEYOND p_ssed off at Disneyland & California Adventure being “blamed” for the measles outbreak; because most out-of-town families ALSO visit Universal, Magic Mountain, and Knotts Berry Farm too (their reasoning, not mine, is why blame just Disney?); ESPECIALLY because they claim it is affecting attendance (thus affecting tips for all restaurant & hotel workers, and probably wages or raises), and also because any attendance slowdown is actually NOT being reported in the media.

          Do their complaints make sense? And is there a difference between stock in Disney parks and Disney media stock? If so, I bet Park stockholders would be pretty unhappy to see this info……at least, I THINK so.


          • sundance says:

            IMHO, Disney is a convenient distribution pattern cover.

            People, well, actually the media, will say visitors to Disney come from all the affected states – ergo the widespread distribution.

            That will keep sheeple people from inquiring on what other sources are possible.

            Liked by 1 person

            • Judgy says:

              TY, my fave genius. FWIW, I referred all of the people I’ve been conversing w/ to your site. Although many of ’em are hippie-ish, “non-judgmental” members of the theatrical community, there’s nothing like horrifically bad governmental policy threatening your kids, or your livelihood to finally MAKE you open your blissfully-closed eyes–ie; this is the first time ANY of ’em were willing to entertain my “Obama=DANGER” ravings.

              If your findings can make even a DENT into the beliefs held by these backup singers, dancers, wardrobe people, techhies & others within the L.A. entertainment community, I hope and pray that the info might just travel to their higher-ups. Especially because YOU ARE MAKING SENSE. Thx again for that!


        • jett black says:

          It’s not just the feds or the media. A family member in a highly diverse city in the deep south came down with symptoms that possibly could have been enterovirus last October. She went to an urgent care and requested testing for it–Dr. immediately shut us down. Very dismissive. Even stopped writing in the chart. Prescribed a Zpack.

          Couple of weeks later, she was worse–nearly passed out while trying to do an errand. Went to ER of a formerly renowned hospital in our town; treated like a common cold. Again, any mention of enterovirus was immediately shut down/dismissed.

          A week later, finally found a doctor who’d even try to diagnose scientifically. But after that long, there’s hardly any way to test to determine what it was–might’ve been pertussis (since I didn’t get it and just happened to have gotten the relatively new TDAP (Tetanus, Diptheria, Adult Pertussis) vaccine a few months before–highly recommended to all–Pertussis sucks and it, too, is back with a vengeance).

          Anyway, overwhelmingly, it seemed Drs. did not want even to entertain the possibility of an enterovirus incidence. Why? Would it require CDC reporting? Would it bring oversight to them? Were they just told to avoid that diagnosis like the plague (pun intended)? Have CDC and NIH have become just as politically tainted as DOJ?!


  2. auscitizenmom says:



  3. Roy says:

    Genocide by disease.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Sorry, I don’t see the correlation between the two maps. Where EV is measles isn’t and vice versa. Also, speaking for Oregon alone, last year there were four cases being widely and wildly reported. Cases appeared in the fall – Sep-Oct. This year two cases have popped up, but both little girls have been paralyzed.
    And in Feb. 2014, Scientific American reported: “Keith Van Haren, a pediatric neurologist at Stanford University, said in a report released February 23 that five children between August 2012 and July 2013 had developed paralysis reminiscent of polio.” The article contains much interesting information, but the numbers are weak. E.g. the author talked about 20 similar cases, but did not give a time span, so that number is useless. sigh Anyway, here’s the link:

    Liked by 1 person

    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Morning, InvestingForOne, could measles be a strain of EV? I’m not versed in medical issues, Everything needs a host to live in, or on. Good to see you post. Always value your opinion.


  5. This is scary, scary, scary to ponder too much. Especially when you have a young school aged child.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.


  7. Appalled says:

    The Philippines is experiencing a large, ongoing measles outbreak. Many of the cases in the U.S. in 2014 were associated with cases brought in by travelers from the Philippines.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. angie says:

    The Avian flu seems to be following the pattern on the map that the measles outbreak showed at first:


  9. GoneWithTheWind says:

    Glenn Beck simply didn’t understand the outrage. He tried to sell it all as helping the poor little children don’tcha know. A lot of people just don’t get it. But it takes a lot of money to support the new potential citizens and the money MUST be taken from the working and middle class. Simple as that you must pay up to support these illegals (and legals). How many does it take to break the bank?


  10. Les says:

    Why aren’t the parents of paralyzed kids raising the roof over this? You wouldn’t be able to shut me up if that happened in my family.

    This article says millions of people probably had EV-D68 this year.


  11. wailuagirl says:

    Lived within miles of that “happiest place on earth” aka fizzle land for 30 years. Happy to not even register on that map shown now. What a nightmare.


  12. RJ says:

    Death by a thousand cuts…our juvenile B. Hussein has had a game plan from the get go, only most Americans never thought it possible, what with those big smiling white teeth and that sweeping handshake…oh, my knees tremble as those “fairy dust” phrases come pouring forth from his forked tongue!

    “God I hate America”….how many sessions with a shrink would it take for “you know who” to even approach sputtering out such a statement? Ok, how about “I hate whitey” as a truth? Still not convinced: “I believe Karl Marx was right”…would this line work for you?

    Perhaps America has been visiting a national shrink where the discussion has become centered around the concept of “denial” insofar as how a population comes to refuse realities when a desire over rides one’s common senses. Reference the German people 80 years ago…

    Wife gets home early, hears noises upstairs coming from the master bedroom: She runs to the room only to discover her husband in bed with their next door neighbor.

    Husband says to wife: “Are you going to believe me, or your lying eyes?”

    Obama has seduced a majority of voting Americans twice. We’re waiting for that moment just described above…that’s what it is going to take to turn the tide, unless others (read Putin, Iranians, etc.) push too close to America’s sense of security.

    Who really likes a liar? Is Obama a liar?

    Or, when is he not being deceptive or flat out lying to the American people?

    Obama is the Trojan Horse our enemies have always dreamed of creating…


    • Pam says:

      Using the analogy of the Trojan Horse, then, illegals carrying disease are one of the “soldiers” hidden inside the hollow wooden horse. I briefly skimmed through some info on the war on Troy, after reading the above comment, because my first thought after reading the last sentence was: Is this one man the sole Trojan Horse?

      Here are a few things I discovered in my short look:
      First, to clarify a little, there are various stories. It was considered mythology or mythologies. Now there may be some historical basis for some of it.

      The Trojan Horse ploy came at the end of a long war, lasting many years, a war which included attempts at diplomacy and other methods than just fighting. It was a last-ditch attempt to achieve the goals of the Greeks, who had tried many different tactics to gain their objective.

      It all started with an argument among the “gods” and the gift of a golden apple, called “The Apple of Discord.”

      Zeus thought there were too many people on the earth, and he wanted to use the war as a depopulation tool.

      Troy was besieged for nine years. They weren’t totally shut down, and had people getting in and out to help them.

      The final plan, which brought the war to an end, was the idea of the Trojan Horse. They picked “horse” because the horse was a sacred animal to the people of Troy. The Trojans “joyfully dragged the horse inside the city.”

      A prophetess warned them not to keep it. Others wanted it thrown off a cliff or burned. Majority opinion prevailed and the citizens “turned to a night of mad revelry and celebration.” (We know what that means, yes?)

      Soldiers exit horse, open gates, Greeks flood in and massacre everyone.

      Here’s the part that gets me:
      “The Trojans, fueled with desperation, fought back fiercely, despite being disorganized and leaderless.” Heroic? Maybe. Regardless, it was too little and too late. They lost. They died.


      • auscitizenmom says:

        Sounds too familiar.


        • Pam says:

          I just wonder what might have been done which may have caused that story to have a different ending.


          • auscitizenmom says:

            Yes, I think that is what we are looking for.


          • Judgy says:

            Thanks, Pam–VERY interesting stuff! Actually, TERRIFYING to consider it seems we’re all just watching a remake, maybe starring George Soros as Zeus…….??

            Additionally, what scares me is that many of my “liberal” friends hold the beliefs that they do because they are generally kind-hearted people, who TRULY believe Liberal=”live & let live”; no judgment, racism, homophobia, etc. The ones I’m speaking of know NOTHING of the connections to Marxism, NWO, Alinsky tactics, etc.

            Some are starting to finally “get it”. This site is an INCREDIBLE help–esp when various “predictions” made by the geniuses here, that I’ve told them about, then actually come true. Maybe some will even listen to your insightful analogy? Every little bit helps…..

            Liked by 1 person

      • wondering999 says:

        And the ones who didn’t die, were enslaved.


  13. ctdar says:

    I’d also venture to say the expense of obamacare correlating with what actual medical care one received was part of the plan.


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