Reply To: Bird flu coming to California – 09/28/2005

November 22, 2013 at 3:01 am #1053

from bridget – 10/06/2005

We know that aerosol spray is being used, well; the mysterious virus
that was detected in the folks who attended antiwar demonstration in
DC might easily be an excellent example.

As we go through the files on this site, a picture forms which
defies logic.

It remains my deepest hope that all of you will make contact with
others in your local regarding aerosol spraying aka chemtrails.
Let me know if I can help you arrange any kind of get together

By Greg Szymanski
Dr. Henry Niman has been dedicating his life as a microbiologist to
tracking the mysterious avian flu outbreaks in almost every corner
of the world for the last two years.

Niman, who did his postgraduate work at the University of Southern
California and now lives in Pittsburgh, isn’t in the business of
scaring people with trumped-up biological conspiracy theories. But
he is in the complicated business of trying to figure out how
viruses mutate and how to best protect mankind against a flu
pandemic that could kill millions of people worldwide.

Niman says the avian flu, in one of its many mutated forms, is
coming to America, the only questions remaining are when, what
strain and how deadly.

Niman says don’t rely on the government for advice, assistance or an
immediate vaccine, since the United States, as well as the rest of
the world, is playing a game of catch-up against the many strains of
H5N1 avian flu.

"The present pandemic vaccines have proven ineffective in 2004 for
the Vietnam strain, and they are still ineffective for what is being
called the wild bird flu strain and others," said Niman recently in
an extended conversation
from his Pittsburgh home.

"We’ve known about the seriousness of H5N1 mutations and different
forms of the virus for some time. We’ve had avian flu before, but
this year the situation is extremely critical for a variety of
reasons, including the many different strains detected and the
unusually high mortality rate for some of those strains."


Although there has been much controversy about whether human-to-
human contact has been confirmed in H5N1 cases, Niman said 15 to 20
clusters have been uncovered overseas and human-to-human passage of
the deadly virus has been known since 2004.

He said what compounds the problem is the World Health Organization
(WHO) still refuses to acknowledge human-to-human passage of the
Vietnam-type strain even though strong evidence exists such as three
family members in Jakarta who all died from avian flu within a short
period of time.

As far as the United States is concerned, Niman says, "If it comes
this year and it’s the wild bird flu strain, it will come from the
north by way of bird migration. If it is the Vietnam strain, it will
come from a person landing here on an airplane, and how and when
that will occur is anybody’s guess."

Niman said the avian flu symptoms, which are killing a high
percentage of people overseas, include pneumonia, respiratory
problems, internal bleeding and organ failure.

Regarding the spread of the wild bird flu strain, he recently
wrote: "Two wild birds—a duck and a magpie—have been found dead near
Lake Sharonur in the Russian republic of Tannu Tuva—the first such
case among wild birds reported.

"The wild bird deaths described above may signal more H5N1 wild bird
flu in southern Russia, just north of outbreaks reported in
Mongolia. Mongolia invited WHO to help control the wild bird deaths,
which were H5N1 positive," he said.

Asked how he would protect his family against the many H5N1 strains
he tracks on a daily basis, he added:

"There really aren’t many alternatives, but I would stock up on
antiviral medication. Besides that, devise a plan to isolate
yourself with enough food and water for an extended period of time.

"Keep your eyes open, because the bird flu is coming, and I don’t
think the government will be much help," he said.
(Issue #41, October 10, 2005)

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