Saturday, 25 April 2009

[Bio-Weapons?]: Mexico Flu Deaths Raise Worries of Global Epidemic

A unique strain of swine flu is the suspected killer of dozens of people in Mexico, where authorities closed schools, museums, libraries and theaters in the capital on Friday to try to contain an outbreak that has spurred concerns of a global flu epidemic.

The worrisome new virus — which combines genetic material from pigs, birds and humans in a way researchers have not seen before — also sickened at least eight people in Texas and California, though there have been no deaths in the U.S.

"We are very, very concerned," World Health Organization spokesman Thomas Abraham said. "We have what appears to be a novel virus and it has spread from human to human ... It's all hands on deck at the moment."

This is a very scary story. In recent years many top microbiologists have been killed in accidents, suicides or murders leading many to suspect a deliberate "culling" campaign.

Mike Rivero from has more to say about the virus origins:
Oh? CDC was talking about recombinant viruses back in 2005.

Back in 2004, we were being propagandized that
Bird Flu was the next pandemic.

Gene studies showed that so-called
Bird Flu appeared to be nearly identical with the 1918 Spanish Flu

Which is rather nerve-wracking because in 2005 it was admitted that
scientists were intentionally recreating the 1918 Spanish Flu virus!

But the predicted pandemic didn't happen because Bird Flu isn't that contagious. It needed to be blended with a more infectious form of flu, like swine flu (
Used as a
bio-weapon by the CIA against Cuba
), to became a real slate-wiper!

And wonder of wonders, here it is!

In 2006, it was reported that
scientists were intentionally creating bird flu and swine flu hybrids in the labs!

Which leads to asking how it is that this new flu epidemic explodes into view right after
Fort Detrick admits that some of the nasty little beasties they have been working on went missing!

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, April 25th, 2009.]

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