Friday, May 1, 2009

All of Humanity is at risk says WHO




Did you hear all of Humanity is at risk warns the WHO.  The Gestapo (DHS) has issued orders in case Quarantine is necessary.

McGaw appears to have been referring to the section of federal law that allows the Surgeon General to detain and quarantine Americans "reasonably believed to be infected" with a communicable disease. A Centers for Disease Control official said on Tuesday that swine flu deaths in the U.S. are likely. 

Federal quarantine authority is limited to diseases listed in presidential executive orders; President Bush added "novel" forms of influenza with the potential to create pandemics in 
Executive Order 13375. Anyone violating a quarantine order can be punished by a $250,000 fine and a one-year prison term


Very interesting is this a Swine Flu cover-up to protect the very lucrative "Pork" mass producers?

Consider the reports that do not seem to make the communist nightly news warning that these large producers would would indeed have consequences of mass epidemic potential. 

A site I happened to click on in a post had information about just such a producer Granjas Carroll is a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods. According to the Smithfield Foods website, Granjas Carroll produced 950,000 hogs in fiscal 2008 and I started following links to some most interesting information.  After linking to it in a post and responding on some sites wondering why the main stream news was not investigating it I noticed a report quickly came out saying the producer was not the source.  Shortly there after I noticed our government wanted the name Swine Flu to go away. Now they are calling it H1N1.  I also noted there had been missing viral material from a government lab.

Coincidentally the main stream news started to spew disinformation that this virus was not swine flu or that it was not a cause and hurting pig farmers (how convenient to term it in such a folksy way rather than saying large mass operations) claiming to term it as swine flu was wrong thus the name change.  Well not according to this report...

No matter what you call it, leading experts say the virus that is scaring the world is pretty much all pig. So while the U.S. government and now the World Health Organization are taking the swine out of "swine flu," the experts who track the genetic heritage of the virus say this: If it is genetically mostly porcine and its parents are pig viruses, it smells like swine flu to them.

Six of the eight genetic segments of this virus strain are purely swine flu and the other two segments are bird and human, but have lived in swine for the past decade, says Dr. Raul Rabadan, a professor of computational biology at Columbia University.

A preliminary analysis shows that the closest genetic parents are swine flu strains from North America and Eurasia, Rabadan wrote in a scientific posting in a European surveillance network.

"Scientifically this is a swine virus," said top virologist Dr. Richard Webby, a researcher at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. Webby is director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Studies on the Ecology of Influenza Viruses in Lower Animals and Birds. He documented the spread a decade ago of one of the parent viruses of this strain in scientific papers.

"It's clearly swine," said Henry Niman, president of Recombinomics, a Pittsburgh company that tracks how viruses evolve. "It's a flu virus from a swine, there's no other name to call it."

Dr. Edwin D. Kilbourne, the father of the 1976 swine flu vaccine and a retired professor at New York Medical College in Valhalla, called the idea of changing the name an "absurd position."

The name swine flu has specific meaning when it comes to stimulating antibodies in the body and shouldn't be tinkered with, said Kilbourne, 88.

That's not what government health officials say.

"We have no idea where it came from," said Michael Shaw, a director of laboratory science for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Everybody's calling it swine flu, but the better term is 'swine-like.' It's like viruses we have seen in pigs, it's not something we know was in pigs."

On Wednesday, U.S. officials not only started calling the virus 2009 H1N1 after two of its genetic markers, but Dr. Anthony Fauci the National Institutes of Health corrected reporters for calling it swine flu. Then on Thursday, the WHO said it would stop using the name swine flu because it was misleading and triggering the slaughter of pigs in some countries.

Another reason the U.S. government wants to ditch the swine label is that many people are afraid to eat pork, hurting the $97 billion U.S. pork industry. Even the experts who point to the swine genetic origins of the virus agree that people can't get the disease from food or handling pork, even raw.

"Calling this swine flu, when to date there has been no connection between animals and humans, has the potential to cause confusion," Chris Novak, chief executive officer of the National Pork Board, said in a news release.

One top flu expert, doesn't like the swine flu name either, but for a different reason. Traditional swine flu doesn't spread easily among people, although this one does now, said Dr. Paul Glezen, a flu epidemiologist at Baylor University.

Columbia's Rabadan said sometimes when he talks to other scientists, he uses the name "swine" or the name "Mexican flu." And that name only adds another case of political incorrectness.

Mexico Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova said it's wrong to call it "North American flu" and flatly rejects the idea of calling it "Mexican flu." He pointed to WHO information that the swine genes in the virus are from Europe and Asia. Rabadan and others say four of the six pure swine genetic markers are North American.

"I don't think it's fair for someone to blame Mexico for this. You can't blame any country; you can't blame a person or an institution. The recombination of genes in the virus is something that happens naturally," Mexico's chief epidemiologist, Miguel Angel Lezana said Wednesday.

And while the U.S. government and WHO are dropping "swine flu" as the name, someone hasn't told their Webmasters.

On Thursday afternoon, the phrase "swine flu" was still in the Internet addresses for the WHO, Homeland Security and CDC pages on the disease and the question-and-answer page on the U.S. government's pandemic flu Web site.

Is this a Swine Flu cover-up to protect the campaign contributions for the swine in our government?  I also came across something I thought quite odd...

The following is from the Annual Report from 2008 for Tamiflu.  There was a prediction for a 531% sales increase for 2009 wow these people are good I can only imagine the skill it takes to make such a bold prediction (who is doing the forecasting a psychic?) see page 6...

FY 2009 Outlook

Increased Sales and Income Expected in FY 2009

Due to Higher Sales of Growth Drivers

In FY2009, we expect revenues of ¥400 billion, up 22.4%

year-on-year, driven by further growth of our major

products. We project a 7.6% increase in product sales

excluding Tamiflu to ¥337.3 billion.

For the year, we forecast sales of Tamiflu to reach ¥53.0

billion, up 531.0%, due to expected resumption of government

stockpiling in FY2009 and the ongoing recovery

of the prescription rate for seasonal influenza.

Now that the flu has reached 11 countries, Mexico has shut down what is the truth?  Is this a Swine Flu cover-up?  A created crisis not to be wasted? Are profits for corporations more important than your health and well being? They already lied about fixing the flaws in the truth in labelling (ever notice the meat from 3 countries sold in the big chains-product of US,Canada,Mexico?).  Yuk find a local meat market and make sure you know where it is coming from!

They would not even close our borders and even though the Mexican Border Agents were wearing masks they did not want our Border Patrol to wear them how would that look?  You can clearly see from that report the truth yet our government turns around and denies it. Has Political Correctness gone so far that even Death is acceptable? Does slip of the lip Joe know more than we know? 

Far fetched I think not this top Democrat admitted they are owned by the banks so it is certainly not too far of a leap to think they are also owned by contributions from large Pig producers now is it.... Hmmm I'll have to try and dig up some information on campaign donations if you have it please send it to me.


Lori

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/swine-flu/5247242/Swine-flu-All-of-humanity-under-threat-WHO-warns.html

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http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2009/04/ft-detricks-bug

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http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5jLioRXDGJlh1ewRjYdjydY5-XtHg

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Swine Flu Infects Pig Farm Profits

http://www.digtriad.com/news/features/article.aspx?storyid=123325&catid=216

NC Ag Commissioner Steve Troxler: “”We created a hysteria and people don’t really know whether the pork is safe to eat or not. The answer is the pork is perfectly safe to eat, there is no problem with pig health in either North Carolina, the United States, or the world. So you know this is something that has been blown out of proportion,””

Thanks but no thanks I'll have something else.

5/1/09


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