Probably not? I mean, it appeared where it'd logically appear (place people eat bush meat), and prior outbreaks have been very small. This one is the biggest ever, but even so it's such an obvious disease that it slows down the spread rate and limits how far it travels- were it not hitting such a bad area to begin with, it wouldn't be doing nearly as much damage as it is.
The flu is a 'better' population cull, as it spreads widely.
Ebola is a supremely nasty disease, but ironically it's deadliness and the factors that make it so horrifying also limit it.
Ebola is not man made, it is man harvested. Man found it and an it has been tested in Libya Africa. I say tested there because a Libyian knew people who live there, and he stated that it occurred after scientist came there.