Speculations of Origins of Swine
Flu Proliferate Across Internet
Ever hear of a ramped flu virus in April? The makeup of
the H1N1 influenza flu strain spans three continents with
a genetic mixture from avian, swine and human flu viruses.
Mounting evidence points to a conspiracy that the swine flu
in its current configuration, was cultured in a lab and is
not natural by any means.
Though the World Health Organization (WHO) is referring to
the situation as a "public-health emergency of international
concern," the apparent emergence in several countries of this
entirely new strain of H1N1 flu virus has led some scientists
to believe that it is only a matter of time before the WHO
status, a move that could prompt travel bans to infected countries.
The symptoms of swine flu are nearly identical to the symptoms
of other influenza, including high fever, aches, coughing
and congestion. It is spreading by human to human contact.
No cases of infection from pigs have been confirmed. And although
Russia and some other countries have banned imports of pork
from Mexico, there is absolutely no evidence that it can be
transmitted by eating meat, said Dr. Keiji Fukuda, assistant
director general of the World Health Organization.
So many people travel globally now that, as long as this virus
keeps infecting people, it is likely it will eventually get
to where you live. Some countries are already using infrared
cameras to spot people with fevers on flights from affected
areas. But that won't stop it entirely, since five days can
pass before an infected person shows symptoms, and the virus
can spread before symptoms start.
The big question is how efficiently it spreads once it lands.
From the number of cases in Mexico and the fact that those
infected in the US and Canada had not been in contact with
pigs or each other, we know that it can spread from human
to human, and has done so for weeks at least. Investigators
are conducting tests to see whether people who contacted known
cases have also been infected to try to assess how easily
Similar swine flu viruses have jumped from pigs to people
before and have always petered out without causing a pandemic
because they were not good enough at spreading in people.
This virus may do the same thing. However, If the outbreak
indeed turns into a global pandemic, as WHO seems to think,
we can expect not only quarantines, but the imposition of
martial law if necessary.
Origin and Characteristics
to a source known to former NSA official Wayne Madsen,
A top scientist for the United Nations, who has examined
the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, as well
as HIV/AIDS victims, concluded that H1N1 possesses certain
transmission vectors that suggest that the new
flu strain has been genetically-manufactured as a military
biological warfare weapon.
Madsen claims that his source, and another in Indonesia,
Are convinced that the current outbreak of a new strain
of swine flu in Mexico and some parts of the United States
and Canada is the result of the introduction of a human-engineered
pathogen that could result in a widespread global pandemic,
with potentially catastrophic consequences for domestic and
international travel and commerce.
However, its important to stress that it is far too
early to make this assumption. We have to bear in mind that
the number of victims has been comparatively low when one
considers the fact that hundreds of thousands in Mexico contract
infectious diseases every year related to poverty like tuberculosis
One theory is that the virus strain originated at Fort
Riley, Kansas, by two genetic mechanisms genetic
drift and antigenic
shift in viruses in poultry and swine which the
fort bred for local consumption. Though initial data from
a recent reconstruction of the virus suggested that it jumped
directly from birds
to humans, without traveling through swine, this has since
been cast into doubt.
Influenza viruses have a relatively high mutation rate that
is characteristic of RNA
viruses. The H5N1 virus has mutated into a variety of
types with differing pathogenic profiles; some pathogenic
to one species but not others, some pathogenic to multiple
species. The ability of various influenza strains to show
species-selectivity is largely due to variation in the hemagglutinin
genes. Genetic mutations in the hemagglutinin gene that cause
single amino acid substitutions can significantly alter the
ability of viral hemagglutinin proteins to bind to receptors
on the surface of host cells. Such mutations in avian H5N1
viruses can change virus strains from being inefficient at
infecting human cells to being as efficient in causing human
infections as more common human influenza virus types. This
doesnt mean one amino acid substitution can cause a
pandemic but it does mean one amino acid substitution can
cause an avian flu virus that is not pathogenic in humans
to become pathogenic in humans.
Fear is spreading across the internet that a mass pandemic
is being readied as a biological attack. Investigators point
to the highly
unusual number of deaths of top microbiologists to suggest
that people with knowledge of the program are being eliminated.
There are some factors that suggest the swine flu may be a
biological weapon, but obviously no such conclusion can be
drawn at this time. The World Health Organization and the
U.S. government have been quick
to deny such claims.
With the recent revelation that an American company, Baxter
was caught shipping vaccines With live avian flu virus,
many top health and political experts are questioning the
suspicious nature and origins of this virus.
Since the probability of mixing a live virus biological weapon
with vaccine material by accident is virtually impossible,
this leaves no other explanation than that the contamination
was a deliberate attempt to weaponize the H5N1 virus to its
most potent extreme and distribute it via conventional flu
vaccines to the population who would then infect others to
a devastating degree as the disease went airborne.
Baxter has now confirmed that it is working with the World
Health Organization (WHO) on a potential vaccine to curb the
swine flu virusreports the Chicago
Tribune. They are seeking a sample of the potentially
lethal never before seen form of swine/avian/human flu virus
in order to assist the WHO in development of the new vaccine,
reaping billions in the process.
Why should Baxter be trusted, when they have already been
proven to be at the very least criminally negligent, and at
worst a prime suspect in attempting to carry off one of the
most heinous crimes in the history of mankind?
E. Laibow, MD stated that our best intelligence
estimate is that pandemic Avian Flu has already been created
through genetic engineering in the United States, fusing the
deadly genome of the 1918 Pandemic, misnamed the Spanish
Flu, with the DNA of the innocuous H5N1 virus in a growth
medium of human kidney cells, according to the National Institutes
of Health and the vaccines manufacturer. Some virologists
believe that this would insure that the man-made mutant virus
recognizes human cells and knows how to invade them,.
Laibow heads the Natural Solutions Foundation, a citizen watchdog
group monitoring the pharmaceutical industry.
Of course, the current swine flu is not H5N1. It is the H1N1
virus. But as the virus spreads, more and more people
and even a few virologists believe H1N1 is a human-engineered
The Mexican President Felipe Calderon announced in a televised
statement on April 24th, 2009, that a vaccine had already
been developed. The rebroadcast omitted his original statements
since the scientific community immediately began questioning
how a vaccine could have been formulated so quickly for such
a new and deadly strain of flu.
The swine flu outbreak is going to benefit one of the most
prolific and successful venture capital firms in the United
States: Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers. Share prices
have already risen for two of eight public traded companies
in the firms portfolio of Pandemic and Bio Defense investments.
BioCryst, up more than 26 percent, to $2.21 per share, and
Novavax, maker of viral vaccines, escalated 75 percent to
$1.42 per share on the first announcement of the swine flu
outbreak in Mexico.
Our understanding of the capabilities of the swine flu virus
and its mutations are just in its infancy. Nobody really knows
how deadly the virus will become until its infection rates
are tracked throughout the globe. One question to keep in
mind is who benefits from a global pandemic? Only time will