Global Health Council: Flu Pandemic to Soon Kill 300 Million Worldwide

We'd much rather not think of them, but scientists admit that the possibility of a global flu pandemic is real. They are talking about a strain for which we have limited if any immunity and which would result in a terrifying reduction in the population of our world. In other words, treatments might not be effective.

To make matters worse, there is the theory that members of the global elite who have publicly called for a reduction in the world's population might be supportive of a plan to accomplish just that. So they couch their plans for a “false flag” attack by making public remarks using a technique referred to as “predictive programming.”

Here are 46 quotes from world leaders on population control.

Regardless of the cause, a medical doctor with a considerable worldwide reputation for excellence says a killer flu pandemic is near.

The big one is coming: a global virus pandemic that could kill 33 million victims in its first 200 days.

Within the ensuing two years, more than 300 million people could perish worldwide.

At the extreme, with disrupted supply of food and medicines and without enough survivors to run computer or energy systems, the global economy would collapse. Starvation and looting could lay waste to parts of the world.

It’s a disaster movie nightmare. Yet it is waiting to come true, thanks to influenza — the most diabolical, hardest-to-control and fastest-spreading potential viral killer known to humankind.

The problem is that a strain of the flu virus can develop for which there is little to no immunity.

The most likely culprit will be a new and unprecedentedly deadly mutation of the influenza virus. The conditions are right. It could happen tomorrow.

The good news is that there is much we can do to prevent this. The bad news is that much of it is not being done.

We are just as vulnerable now as we were 100 years ago, when the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic infected a third of the world’s population and wiped out up to 100 million people. It remains the deadliest flu outbreak in history.

A century on, the history and biology of the influenza virus tells us that we should expect another major global pandemic soon. Experts say it is already overdue.

The problem is these viruses can develop in poultry and pig farms, make the jump to humans, and cause massive illness and death.

Factory farms present one of the greatest potentials for catastrophic disease because they pack animals together by the million in conditions that can be fetid incubators of disease.

These giant industrial farms were the birthplace of H1N1 swine flu that emerged in 2009 and killed up to an estimated 575,400 people worldwide.

Scientists traced the virus’s genes to a massive North Carolina pig farm in 1998. Originally, the virus contained three human flu genes. Within a few months at the farm, it had acquired segments of two bird flu genes as well.

Pigs eat almost everything, so their guts are the perfect mixing bowls for flu strains. When pigs eat droppings of sick wild birds or the chickens living near them, the flu viruses in their digestive systems can swap their genetic material to create new strains.

There's the mechanism by which this sort of thing happens all on its own. And if it can and does happen naturally, it could be engineered by malevolent forces eager to get rid of some humans — “useless eaters” we are sometimes referred to as.

We know that biological warfare programs exist. Perhaps these are the most horrific agents of mass annihilation in that the victims suffer horribly for so long before they finally die.

The optimists would like us to believe that if only the scientific community will get on that ball with proper funding, a vaccine effective against all strains of flu could be created:

The basic problem is that, currently, seasonal flu vaccines can only attack two proteins in the flu virus, which sit on its outer surface. But individual strains are constantly mutating in ways that render the vaccine useless against that strain.

We need a vaccine that attacks something fundamental in the virus that does not change, so it is effective against all strains of flu.

At least six teams around the world are trying to achieve this. Each is taking a different approach to the problem. It really is trial and error. Most of the people involved say that we are at least five to ten years away from achieving anything useful.

The good news is that the scientific community knows what needs to be done. But we are not moving fast enough, or using sufficient resources, to outrun the next big pandemic. The world’s political leaders simply do not appreciate the urgency.

We need to invest far more in producing a universal vaccine and also in ensuring that our societies are geared to protect ourselves against the inevitable next pandemic. The consequences of inaction could be catastrophic for humanity.

With controversy rampant over the effectiveness of vaccines and many refusing to vaccinate themselves or their children due to some of the compounds in vaccines, it is questionable how many would take such a vaccine even if it were purported to be effective.

In the meantime, any forces desirous of seeing our population reduced have plenty of time to see their plans put into effect.

Source: Daily Mail, Rationalwiki

Image: Public Health Watch


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