Monday, January 9, 2012

Bird Flu Variant New H3N2v Outbreak Strikes CONUS: Spreading Human to Human - 1918 Flu Epidemic Reunion?



""Note: The following topic is under heavy investigation, no conclusions have been made at this time. We do not yet know the full extent of the variation (mutation). No one has died from the strain at this time. It is also worth noting that this may be more scare tactics in order to further push and pad the pockets of the vaccine industry.""

The CDC in Atlanta admits 12 people in 5 states have been infected, as the virus is now possibly transmitting on a human-to-human level.

""According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the new H3N2v Virus has struck in 5 states in the CONUS (Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Pennsylvania and West Virginia), and contains a mutation variant of the 2009 H1N1 “Swine Flu” signaling the possibility of weaponization.
Backtracking to 2009, the H1N1 was deemed one of the most violent flu outbreaks in years — killing over 13,000 in the United States as people raced to the local Wal-Mart Super Center to get injected with the latest untested and fast-tracked toxic cocktail of death. (vaccine)


Although the flu was classified as novel, the fact remains that due to pandemic provisions implemented by former President George W. Bush and extended by the current Obama administration, in conjunction with the World Health Organization, the United States is technically under  Pandemic Level 6 (silent martial law) until March of 2012 which gives the UN powers within the United States by way of treaty.
In essence. PDD51 has been primed.
According to reports, the new outbreak might have spread from pig to human.
A Journal Star article excerpt reads;
Still, livestock producers fear consumers may believe  (unjustifiably) they can get a potentially lethal disease from eating pork. Flu is transmitted through droplets of infected body fluids when people cough, sneeze or talk.
“It’s always something that we need to keep an eye on, that it doesn’t get more severe or spread more quickly,” Liz Wagstrom, chief veterinarian with the National Pork Producers Council, which has offices in Des Moines, Iowa, and Washington. “It’s very important the public understand you can’t get flu from eating pork.”
During the H1N1 pandemic, China and Russia closed their markets to U.S. pork and industry revenue was estimated to have fallen by nearly $2.2 billion in the last eight months of 2009, according to the council. The H1N1 strain contained genetic material from five different flu viruses, including North American swine and bird flu and two swine flu viruses found in Europe and Asia.
Federal agencies have openly admitted they are not referring to the new H3N2v strain as “Swine Flu”, showing signs early on of a cover-up at hand.
The article continued to read;
“We are aware of the pork industry’s concerns,” said Jeff Dimond, an agency spokesman, in an interview. CDC has “gone overboard” not to use the description, he said.
The new virus, called H3N2v, contains a gene from the 2009 variant, according to the CDC. The agency is “taking this situation very seriously” and has increased surveillance in areas where cases occurred, according to a Dec. 9 CDC report. As a precaution, a candidate vaccine has been developed and provided to manufacturers so they can begin production if necessary, according to the report.
Weekly Flu Map (Current) CDC


A CDC spokesperson was quoted saying;
“This thing could get legs, so to speak”
A write-up by Top Secret Writers mentioned the fact that scientists have created a new H5N1 weaponized version, by open admission, stating;
However, it’s important not to forget that scientists have created a new strain of H5N1 (bird flu) that is extremely contagious and deadly.
So deadly, in fact, that the government has asked scientists to leave details out of their reports that cover how the virus was mutated, in order to prevent the information from being used by bioterrorists.
One scientist, virologist Ron Fouchier, said it is “one of the most dangerous viruses you can make.”
Paul Keim, chair for the U.S. National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity, said of the virus, “I can’t think of another pathogenic organism that is as scary as this one.”
His previous work was on anthrax, which he said isn’t scary at all compared to this new virus mutation.
The write up went on to ask the question — Could the 1918 flu epidemic happen again?""


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