H/t reader squodgy.
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H/t reader squodgy:
H7N9 mutation of Bird Flu was created by the Erasmus Institute of Utrecht, Holland contracted by the CIA on behalf of the Rothschild/Rockefeller PTB.
In 1918 the “Spanish Flu” which originated in Kansas (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC340389/ ) killed 50 million.
The above Gov link claims it was an accidental event, and we trust Government of course.
The point is “they” have now created a new potentially lethal strain which just might be the weapon of mass destruction they need for the depopulation agenda to facilitate the new world order and their Agenda 21/30 plan of Planet Sustainability laid out in the UN directive.
Can we trust “them”? Of course, we voted them in didn’t we?
If the news announced tomorrow that a pandemic had begun and that your area, in particular, was at risk, would you be prepared?
It was only a couple of years ago that Ebola arrived on the shores of the United States. By sheer luck (certainly not by a well-managed response) the virus was contained.
– Guangdong H7N9 Cluster In Huai Grows – 28M 5M & 4F (02/04/14 06:45) (Recombinomics, Feb 4, 2014)
– Guangdong H7N9 Cluster In Baiyun – 29M & 5F (02/04/14 03:00) (Recombinomics, Feb 4, 2014)
– Hunan H7N9 Cluster In Jiangyong – 38M & 8F (Recombinomics, Feb 3, 2014)
– Guangdong H7N9 Cluster In Huai – 28M & 5M (Recombinomics, Feb 2, 2014)
….air flowed into the next cage. killing all 40 exposed ferrets.
– Creating A Super Flu Virus: Scientists Set Course For Controversial H7N9 Influenza Experiments (Medical Daily, Aug 7, 2013):
Two letters published in the journals Nature and Science argue for the commencement of research on the H7N9 influenza that may yield more potent strains of the new flu virus that emerged in China earlier this year.
To fully assess the potential risk associated with these novel viruses, there is a need for additional research including experiments that may be classified as “gain-of-function,” wrote virologist Ron Fuchier of Erasmus Medical Center (Netherlands) and 21 other world-renowned scientists.
– China’s Bird Flu Goes Airborne (ZeroHedge, May 23, 2013)
As if China was not suffering enough from a slumping economy, the South China Morning Post now reports that the H7N9 ‘bird flu’ virus that has infected 131 people (and killed 36) so far can be transmitted not only by close contact but by airborne exposure. Domestic reports suggest the virus appears to be brought under control largely through restrictions at bird markets but the team at the University of Hong Kong has also found that pigs can be infected (cue ‘when pigs can fly’ pun). The findings suggest that there may be many more cases that have been detected or reported since “people may be transmitting the virus before they know they’ve even got it.”
Click image for interactive map of ‘bird flu’ infections…
For more information on individual patients infected: blue, patients infected with the H7N9 virus under treatment; red, those infected with H7N9 who have died; yellow, those who have fully recovered; and pink, those infected other types of the Influenza A virus, including H1N1.
The H7N9 bird flu virus can be transmitted not only through close contact but by airborne exposure, a team at the University of Hong Kong found after extensive laboratory experiments.
“We also found that the virus can infect pigs, which was not previously known,” said Dr Maria Zhu Huachen, a research assistant professor at HKU’s School of Public Health.
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– US invokes emergency act to keep H7N9 flu at bay (New Scientist, May 8, 2013):
THE US government has declared that H7N9 bird flu “poses a significant potential for a public health emergency”, and has given “emergency use authorisation” for diagnostic kits for the virus. This means tests can be used that haven’t gone through the usual lengthy approval process by the US Food and Drug Administration.
– One in Five Dying of H7N9 Flu (MedPage, May 3, 2013):
The mortality rate in the H7N9 avian influenza outbreak has reached 20%, according to the latest figures from the World Health Organization.
With 128 laboratory-confirmed cases of human infection as of May 2, there have also been 26 deaths, or 20.3%. At the same time, 26 people have recovered from the novel illness, according to the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
– Four-year-old child of bird-flu infected man also develops H7N9 virus (CBS News, April 29, 2013):
A 4-year-old boy has developed the new H7N9 strain of bird flu, the same strain his father had been infected with. Shandong province’s health department says there is no evidence of human-to-human transmission, and that the boy is in stable condition at a hospital.
The Jinan Times newspaper says the boy’s 36-year-old father had no direct contact with poultry, but that the family lives near a market that sells live poultry.
The H7N9 virus has infected 126 people in China, killing 23 of them.
– Shanghai Reports 13th H7N9 Bird Flu Death, Tops Among Chinese Cities (Forbes, April 29, 2013):
Shanghai on Monday reported another H7N9 bird flu death, an 89-year-old man who was admitted to a city hospital on April 12, according to the state-published Shanghai Daily newspaper.
The latest fatality raises to 13 the number of H7N9-related deaths in the city, which is one of China’s most important international business hubs. Nationwide, 24 people have died, the paper said.
– China H7N9 Bird Flu Cases Keep Rising, Mainland Total Reaches 120 (Forbes, April 28, 2013):
The number of confirmed H7N9 bird flu cases in mainland China stood at 120 as of yesterday at 7 p.m. Beijing time, according to China National Radio. The number of dead was 23.