When the Arab Spring revolutions began in Tunisia and Egypt in January of 2011, the Western media sang the praises of the coming of democracy, pluralism, and capitalism. They, and the American government, ignored the clear signs that the winners in the overthrow of monarchies and dictatorships would be pro-sharia, Islamists, radical Jihadists. Less than three years later, the Middle East and Africa was in flames. Every change has brought bloody violence, ethnic cleansing, and the utter destruction of the infrastructure of the major cites as factions separated by military régimes were taken down.
In America, a new president was elected who promised to run an inclusive government. The people ignored his Muslim name and assumed by inclusive he meant the poor, disposed, and marginalized. However, U.S. President Sami Khory meant the integration of sharia law in America and an opening of the borders to his brethren who had been suppressed for centuries.
Now, the two greatest threats to peace and health are Ebola and IS: the Islamic State. The great countries of the world have joined forces in the war on IS, victory is seen as only a matter of time. But the world has, at every turn, underestimated IS. Their leadership consists of battle-hardened officers, trained by the U.S. and now equipped with the latest armaments. Their fold includes scientists, doctors, and researchers from a dozen different countries: men renowned for their acumen.
And while the world sits poised to hear word of the victories against IS and word of their final demise, IS has made plans for the final demise of the West. Jihadists from those self-same countries, willing to die in the cause, are now being sent to Africa, not to help in the fight against the spread of Ebola, but to allow themselves to be infected with the virus. Then, before their symptoms become apparent, they will return to their home countries and spread the contagion to as many people as possible before they themselves die.
All that stands between ultimate victory and the Islamisizing of the West is Paul Decker and his small team of dedicated fighters and scientists.
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