Millions have died in Africa from civil wars where the governments have squandered money on bombs guns and tanks, whilst allowing millions more to die of malaria, diarrhoea and other treatable diseases. Thousands more have died in Nigeria from religious killing than Ebola.
... These countries have been shitting and pissing in their own drinking water for decades - let them stop fighting and sort themselves out. Americans are sick to death of being damned if you do damned of you dont.
The truth of your statements are (mostly) undeniable, but I suggest that it is a very shallow analysis. You fail to ask the question, as to how conditions in Africa came to be as described?
Important in understanding the answer, is the history of the region, so why not go a step further and attempt to understand why it is so?
As a first step to get interested in the why, try reading Joseph Conrad's, Heart of Darkness.
An overview in Wikipedia comments:
"... The story is a complex exploration of the attitudes people hold on what constitutes a barbarian versus a civilized society and the attitudes on colonialism and racism that were part and parcel of European imperialism ."
In the plot summary this description is given:
Aboard the Nellie, anchored in the River Thames near Gravesend, England, Charles Marlow tells his fellow sailors about the events that led to his appointment as captain of a river-steamboat for an ivory trading company. He describes his passage on ships into the wilderness to the Company's station, which strikes Marlow as a scene of devastation: disorganized, machinery parts here and there, periodic demolition explosions, weakened native black men who have been demoralized, in chains, literally being worked to death, and strolling beside them an African guard in a uniform carrying a rifle.
At this station Marlow meets the Company's chief accountant who tells him of a Mr. Kurtz, and explains that Kurtz is a first-class agent. Marlow leaves with a caravan to travel on foot some two hundred miles deeper into the wilderness to the Central Station, where the steamboat that he is to captain is based. Marlow is shocked to learn that his steamboat had been wrecked two days before his arrival. The manager explains that they needed to take the steamboat up-river because of rumours that an important station was in jeopardy and that its chief, Mr. Kurtz, was ill.
Marlow describes the Company men at this station as lazy back-biting "pilgrims", fraught with envy and jealousy, all trying to gain a higher status within the Company, which, in turn, would provide more personal profit; however, they sought these goals in a meaningless, ineffective and lazy manner, mixed with a sense that they were all merely waiting, while trying to stay out of harm's way.
In regard to your further comment-
What is the rest of the world doing? How much has Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Emirates, Malaysia, India, China, japan, Pakistan or Dubai given ?
May I refer to this news item in the China Daily:
China sends mobile laboratory testing team to Sierra Leone
By Feng Hui
To further support Sierra Leone in its fight against the Ebola hemorrhagic fever epidemic, as well as to respond to the appeal of the UN and WHO to support Africa in controlling Ebola, China, at the request of the Sierra Leone government, will send a mobile laboratory testing team to Sierra Leone on September 16. The team, equipped with 59 medical experts who specialize in laboratory testing, epidemiology, clinical medicine and nursing, will help Sierra Leone in testing the Ebola virus.
The testing team will work at the China-Sierra Leone Friendship Hospital aided by China, assisting Sierra Leone to do laboratory screening and observe suspected cases.
Since three West African countries broke out with Ebola, China has dispatched 115 medical experts to support the fight against Ebola in these countries. The long-term medical team is equipped with 88 medical staff, and the short-term team is equipped with 27 experts. At present, 33 medical staffers are working in the Ebola-hit areas.
Together with 59 medical experts dispatched this time, Chinese medical staff in West African countries will reach 174 in total.