Johanna Faust, a mixed race Jew, prefers to publish pseudonymously. She is committed: first, to preventing war, ecological disaster, and nuclear apocalypse; last to not only fighting for personal privacy & the freedom of information, but, by representing herself as a soldier in that fight, to exhorting others to do the same. She is a poet, always. All these efforts find representation here: "ah, Mephistophelis" is so named after the last line of Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus, whose heretical success flouted the censor for a time.

This Ebola Crisis Photo Is Worth 1,000 Words

From The Guardian's Global Development section, a story entitled 'In 1976 I discovered Ebola - now I fear an unimaginable tragedy': Peter Piot was a researcher at a lab in Antwerp when a pilot brought him a blood sample from a Belgian nun who had fallen mysteriously ill in Zaire -- excellent article, link after photo.  

The caption reads: "A girl is led to an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, 30 miles north of the Liberian capital, Monrovia. Photograph: Jerome Delay/AP."

Look again.  Look at her face:

Little girl may not buy what the WHO is selling
Read more. Link to photo only here.

If the link is broken, that will  be strange, since I iframed it; click on the 'read more' above.

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