Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Swine Flu - Designer Virus/Staged Crisis?

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It may seem outrageous but consider this:

1) Swine flu is not actually swine flu but a combination of bird flu, two kinds of swine flu, and human flu. The CDC calls the mixture "very unusual." In order for this kind of mutation to happen naturally, someone would have had to have all four flus at once. Perhaps there is a simpler explanation?,27574,25379334-401,00.html

2) Swine flu does not seem to infect pigs, AKA swine. Also, all who have contracted it have contracted it human-to-human. Where did it originate?

"We have had person-to-person spread with the father and the daughter," says Wooten, "And also with the two teenagers in Texas, they were in the same school. So that also indicates person-to-person transfer."

Dr. Wooten says it's unclear how people were exposed to swine flu. She says none of the patients have had any contact with pigs.";id=14442

“This strain of swine influenza that’s been cultured in a laboratory is something that’s not been seen anywhere actually in the United States and the world, so this is actually a new strain of influenza that’s been identified,”

"Residents of the town of Perote said at the time that they had a new, aggressive bug — even taking to the streets to demonstrate against the pig farm they blamed for their illness — but were told they were suffering from a typical flu. It was only after U.S. labs confirmed a swine flu outbreak that Mexican officials sent the boy's sample in for swine flu testing.

Mexico's Agriculture Department said Monday that inspectors found no sign of swine flu among pigs around the farm in Veracruz, and that no infected pigs have been found yet anywhere in Mexico."

3) In February 2007, Indonesia signs an agreement with Baxter Pharmaceuticals in which Indonesia would send Baxter samples of H5N1 [bird flu] in collaboration to find a vaccine.

Later, Indonesia would back out of the agreement. The publicly stated reason is that Indonesia is asking for money, rather than sending it for free. Nearly every news agency reported this. However, the following article clears up the confusion a little bit:

"Indonesia did not say why it is withholding samples of the virus. But it, Thailand, and other developing countries have expressed concern that their H5N1 samples will be sent to Western nations, and used there to develop vaccines that citizens of the originating country won't be able to afford."

Key words: "did not say why." The real reason was that Indonesia was suspicious of US/Western pharmaceutical companies creating bio-weapons out of bird flu. What really confirms that the companies were indeed making bio-weapons is that the US Government publicly denied that the pharm companies were developing bio-weapons.


JAKARTA, March 17 (Xinhua) — The United States has flatly denied allegations it was producing biological weapons from bird flu samples sent by Indonesia to the World Health Organization, the English daily The Jakarta Post reported Monday."

4) In February 2009, Baxter Pharmaceuticals was caught sending unmarked vials of bird flu mixed with human flu to labs in 18 countries. It was discovered when a lab in the Czech Republic injected ferrets with the product and the ferrets died. This raised suspicion as ferrets should not die from human H3N2 flu virus. Further testing confirmed H5N1. Baxter said it was a "mistake." This was the second time it happened.

"The contaminated product, a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses and unlabelled H5N1 viruses, was supplied to an Austrian research company. The Austrian firm, Avir Green Hills Biotechnology, then sent portions of it to sub-contractors in the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Germany."

5) The government recommended drug to fight the swine flu is Tamiflu.

"According to the Japanese Health Ministry, 54 people have died after taking Tamiflu — the drug governments around the world have stockpiled for use against avian flu — since the drug was approved for use in Japan in 2000. Most suspiciously, in multiple cases people, including those cases above, acted erratically after taking Tamiflu.",8599,1601062,00.html

Acted erratically? Hmm

"Rumsfeld was a member of Gilead's board of directors between 1988 and 2001, and he was its chairman from 1997 until he joined President George W. Bush's cabinet as Secretary of Defense in 2001. According to federal financial disclosures filed by Rumsfeld, he has Gilead stock holdings valued at between $5 million to $25 million."

Gilead Sciences, Inc. was the developer of Tamiflu. Donald Rumsfeld is a major stock holder, as well as being intimately tied to the organization. HMM. Let us not forget that Rumsfeld has also brought us such wonderful creations such as aspartame, the artificial sweetener that turns into formaldehyde in your body and is somehow FDA approved.

6) Baxter International working on swine flu vaccine.

7) News Clip: Russia Today interviews investigatory journalist Wayne Madsen who notes sketchiness about the new swine flu.

8) Media all over swine flu, perhaps blowing out of proportion. A new terror scare? However, we can't know how big it may get. Ron Paul on this subject:

9) California declares state of emergency due to swine flu [4/27/09].

10) WHO declares phase 5 pandemic. Phase 6 allows/encourages martial law.

11) According to an end of year report 2008 of Chugai, a company that
manufactures Tamiflu,

"For the year [2009], we forecast sales of Tamiflu to reach ¥53.0
billion, up 531.0%"

How did they expect a 531% increase in Tamiflu sales back in 2008?

Roche, the company that has the rights to Tamiflu also just so happened to up their stake in Chugai from about 50% to 59% last year. hmm