July 1, 2009
In 2006 an interesting motion picture appeared via Universal Studios: “The Constant Gardener”, starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz. The script, written based on the fictional work by author John Le Carre, has all the classic Illuminati elements: corrupt British government officials and money hungry corporate elites manipulate pharmaceutical interests in South Africa such that 62 innocent poor South Africans who live in an AIDS stricken local region die during drug trials to test a new drug for treatment of tuberculosis.
The drug does partially cure TB but often kills the patient as well. A British official’s young wife discovers the ugly truth, tries to reveal it and embarrass the British govrnment into recalling the imperfect drug and correct their flawed formula, and she dies as a result of trying to bring the truth to light. Eventually her grieving husband dies trying to vindicate her murder, but as films most often do, the scriptwriter gives us all a happy ending by writing a story that ends with the evil British officials being revealed and the truth being brought to Light.
One key element in this script really stood out for me when I watched this film again this morning. The Pharmaceutical company who landed the “global contract” to produce the TB cure stood to earn billions and billions of dollars dispensing their “cure” for a new and especially virulent strain of TB.
Let’s fast forward to 2009. We now have more than 500 FEMA concentration camps which have been built all over the USA, replete with stacks of millions of plastic coffins everywhere on the grounds of alot of these FEMA camps. This “camp building” activity has been going on for some time now, several years in fact, (see our site map and links to the FEMA REX 84 page). Citizen journalists have been reporting on it all over the USA, wondering what the FEDS and FEMA were up to. Now we know. They have developed a strain of flu by combining H5N1 and H3N2 flu viruses that will resist all existing treatment drugs except the ones they will offer through selected multinational pharmaceuticals to the infected world population, thus guaranteeing obscene profits for the makers of the treatment drugs, while reducing the world population and implementing martial law to control those populations who are left alive. What better excuse to implement martial law than an illuminati created “global flu pandemic”?
What are we being told these days about the Swine Flu? Are we being told that it could somehow “morph” into a new super flu strain that might resist all known drug treatments we have have, including Tamiflu? Are we being told that a “pandemic” is now imminent, when in fact new cases seem to be proceeding at about the same pace as any typical flu season?
HOW MUCH of what we are reading in the world media about Swine Flu is real, and how much of it is utterly fabricated “public opinion forming” global illuminati propaganda? I’d sure like to know. Below are some links for further reading and research.
[efoods]Remember: Numero Uno illuminati modus operandi:
1) Create the problem. 2) Allow chaos to ensue. 3) Offer the solution.
Follow the money. Who stands to gain enormous profits from treating Swine Flu victims around the world? – CKH
Will two flus mix in Indonesia? Experts worry
Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:00pm EDT By Olivia Rondonuwu
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s first cases of the new H1N1 flu have raised concerns that if the virus spreads it could combine with the entrenched and deadly H5N1 avian influenza to create a more lethal strain of flu.
Even if this worst-case scenario did not occur, experts say populous, developing countries such as Indonesia, India or Egypt, where healthcare systems can be rudimentary, will suffer more deaths from the new virus.
Influenza viruses not only mutate quickly and unpredictably, but they can swap genes, especially if a person or animal becomes infected with two strains at once. The new H1N1 strain is itself a mixture of various strains, genetic tests show.
H5N1 bird flu has been circulating in Asia for years and has hit Indonesia harder than any other country. Although it only rarely infects people, it has killed 262 out of 433 infected globally since 2003, with 141 of those cases in Indonesia.
“We are scared because we are the warehouse of the world’s most virulent H5N1,” Supari said.
“I am worried if the viruses encounter each other in the field,” C.A. Nidom, the head of the Avian Influenza lab at Airlangga University in Surabaya, said.
The World Health Organization declared a pandemic of H1N1 swine flu earlier this month and said the virus causes a moderately severe flu, spreading very easily from person to person. H5N1 spreads mostly from a bird to a person and stops there, but is far deadlier.
The mortality rate for H1N1 is 0.2 percent, according to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, while for H5N1 it is just over 60 percent.
Scientists say usually as a virus becomes more transmissible from one human to another it also becomes less deadly, although this is not guaranteed.
But Kamaruddin Zarkasie of Indonesia’s Bogor Agriculture University said he felt the risk the two viruses might combine was only a random possibility.
Even if they do not, H1N1 may be a serious threat, other experts said.
Ben Cowling, public health expert at the University of Hong Kong, said people with serious infections who would be admitted to hospitals in developed countries and survive might die in poorer countries.
“It would be reasonable to say the mortality rate in underdeveloped settings is likely to be more comparable to the ICU (admission) rate in developed settings, or five times higher than the mortality rate in developed settings,” Cowling said.
“In poorer parts of India and China … people are nutritionally less able to fight infection and they don’t have the drugs that we have in major cities,” said Robert Booy, head of clinical research at the University of Sydney’s National Center for Immunization Research & Surveillance.
H1N1 has killed more than 300 people and there have been at least 67,000 confirmed cases worldwide.
(Additional reporting by Karima Anjani and Tan Ee Lyn in Hong Kong; Editing by Ed Davies and Maggie Fox)