Yemen Cholera Epidemic

Yemen Cholera outbreak is now the largest ever recorded in any country in one year. The worst part is we know what needs to be done to tackle the problem, we have treatment for those affected, but over 2000 have passed. This is beyond riddled with apathy. Really humanity? The prediction:

Predictions 6-26-17    A massive outbreak in one area all at once

Also: We have a multitude of events unfolding at once. We did have two earthquakes in California around the 28th but it was a 5.0 and 4.7 and was in Northern California, I question if that is the event predicted.  Australians foiled an airplane terror attack, one has to question if that was the airplane attack predicted? Tomorrow we will also be posting how the Trump predictions are just now starting to unfold, specifically: Predictions 5-16-17


13 responses to “Yemen Cholera Epidemic”

  1. rhona2 Avatar

    Eric ..spirit ..
    in the name and love of all that is .. this is hearbreakingly inhumane grievous
    2017 it is ..isnt it ?…
    why ? How ? no reasoning …
    how many eyes saw this coming how many hearts didnt care ..

  2. Cory Avatar

    The U.N. has tried to send in aid but the U.S.-Saudi coalition has blocked off the ports and runways in Yemen. The humanitarian crisis could also be lessened if the U.S. would stop selling arms to the Saudis, who then give them to the coalition, who then commit blatant war crimes upon innocent civilians attempting to escape.

  3. Katie Avatar

    This is so sad. Prayers to the people of Yemen.

  4. lossie2020 Avatar

    Very sad that the UN ignored their cries for help. And we didn’t know because they were ignored. Praying and healing pour out to them.

  5. RMF Avatar

    This is tragic indeed. We need to understand how this could happen, in a country like Yemen, it is incredibly difficult to deliver aid because quite often those who come to deliver aid are attacked by various factions. I’m speaking from experience, when we go into unstable areas of the world trying to render help, it’s not uncommon that we come under attack. If we go in with force we are accused of being invaders. It’s a catch 22. If you can tell me the correct way to render aid I’m all ears. I’ve seen to many good people hurt or killed just trying to help. Eric how do those of us who can help do it right?!!

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      In this specific case it really falls on our leaders failures, so the only way forward is to convince them to act

  6. Rmf Avatar

    I wish it was that simple. For our leaders to act would mean individuals like me would go to Yemen. The result would be as I discribed above, we would come under attack. I would gladly go if ordered so I could render aid. But the outcome would not be good, in my opinion. I wish I were wrong. My experience in Somolia tells me I’m not.

    1. rhona2 Avatar

      blessings your way …
      thank you for your service and you and others like you are to be commended ..
      seriously I admire your compassion and hear your frustration….
      may your path be full of light
      stat safe you and yours ..

  7. star48 Avatar

    Eric, SWC,
    Epidemic. Is now largest in history.. approaching .one million

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Very horrible

  8. star48 Avatar

    Eric, SWC,

    DK Congo..
    18,000 victims of cholera..epidemic..
    Doctors Without Borders, an international humanitarian organization, has treated more than 18 000 cholera patients across the Democratic Republic of Congo this year. One of the main reasons why cholera has increased in such a way this year is the drought that has affected the country.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Thanks for the info

  9. star48 Avatar

    Cholera not local…new study shows comes from far flung countries.
    It had been proposed that these cholera epidemics were homegrown, driven by local strains of Vibrio cholerae living in aquatic ecosystems. But DNA fingerprints of the V. cholerae strains behind recent large outbreaks in Africa and Latin America were more closely related to South Asian strains than local ones, according to two papers published in the Nov. 10 Science.

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