In this June 15th of 2017 story over at The Independent they reported scientists were then hard at work creating a mutant bird flu to prepare for the possibility of a deadly global pandemic with one professor claiming "we need to know what the virus could do in nature, so we can be alert and aware if we start seeing these changes".
Reporting that most deadly strains of bird flu have so far largely been caught by only people who work closely to poultry with human to human contagion still several steps away from happening, their story then took an odd turn that we've republished word by word below:
In a bid to stay one step ahead of the disease and prepare for a potentially disastrous outbreak before it happens, researchers have created their own mutations in a lab that could allow the virus to infiltrate human lungs.
Professor James Paulson of The Scripps Research Institute in California and his team conducted their experiments on a key protein that peppers the surface of the virus and binds to the cells it infects.
The scientists did not alter the virus itself due to the extreme danger posed by such infectious agents, which if unleashed could potentially cause a man-made global pandemic.
Snapshots of the extent of spread of the US pandemic (moderate transmissibility) at four time points. Greyscale indicates population density; red indicates areas with infective cases; and green indicates areas where the pandemic is over.
Yet while the virus itself was not altered in their experiments, the mutations created within their lab that could allow the virus to infiltrate human lungs could absolutely be used by those with nefarious purposes.
In this new story over at The Atlantic titled "The Next Plague Is Coming. Is America Ready?" the subtitle of their story is telling: "The epidemics of the early 21st century revealed a world unprepared, even as the risk continue to multiply. Much worse is coming".
Warning in their story just how quickly an incredibly deadly strain of H1N1 spread across the entire world back in 1918 in what is now known as the Spanish flu, their story reports that where it actually started was not important because within 2 years of the outbreak, it was everywhere and had killed 100 million people, what was then approximately 5% of the Earth's population. From that story:
One hundred years ago, in 1918, a strain of H1N1 flu swept the world. It might have originated in Haskell County, Kansas, or in France or China—but soon it was everywhere. In two years, it killed as many as 100 million people—5 percent of the world’s population, and far more than the number who died in World War I. It killed not just the very young, old, and sick, but also the strong and fit, bringing them down through their own violent immune responses. It killed so quickly that hospitals ran out of beds, cities ran out of coffins, and coroners could not meet the demand for death certificates. It lowered Americans’ life expectancy by more than a decade. “The flu resculpted human populations more radically than anything since the Black Death,” Laura Spinney wrote in Pale Rider, her 2017 book about the pandemic. It was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history—a potent reminder of the threat posed by disease.
Humanity seems to need such reminders often. In 1948, shortly after the first flu vaccine was created and penicillin became the first mass-produced antibiotic, U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall reportedly claimed that the conquest of infectious disease was imminent. In 1962, after the second polio vaccine was formulated, the Nobel Prize–winning virologist Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet asserted, “To write about infectious diseases is almost to write of something that has passed into history.”
Hindsight has not been kind to these proclamations. Despite advances in antibiotics and vaccines, and the successful eradication of smallpox, Homo sapiens is still locked in the same epic battle with viruses and other pathogens that we’ve been fighting since the beginning of our history. When cities first arose, diseases laid them low, a process repeated over and over for millennia. When Europeans colonized the Americas, smallpox followed. When soldiers fought in the first global war, influenza hitched a ride, and found new opportunities in the unprecedented scale of the conflict. Down through the centuries, diseases have always excelled at exploiting flux.
Their story then went on to report that the human race is now in the greatest state of flux in our history with 7.6 billion people living on the planet, up more than 3 times the amount of people who were alive in 1918, and warned that the mass migration into cities in America and around the world compound the dangers.
Also warning of the resistance to antibiotics that is growing due to the overusage of them, their story warns that globalization compounds the risk of a killer pandemic wiping out millions with airplanes carrying people all across the planet with the 1980's and HIV showing that a slow-moving pandemic can still cull the lives of millions. Yet many believe HIV was created to do just that.
The excerpt below comes to us from a September of 2017 story over at the Smithsonian on the 1918 Spanish flu.:
Nearly 100 years ago, in 1918, the world experienced the greatest tidal wave of death since the Black Death, possibly in the whole of human history. We call that tidal wave the Spanish flu, and many things changed in the wake of it. One of the most profound revolutions took place in the domain of public health.
The world was a very different place in the first decades of the 20th century. Notably, there was no real joined-up thinking when it came to healthcare. Throughout the industrialized world, most doctors either worked for themselves or were funded by charities or religious institutions, and many people had no access to them at all.
Public health policies—like immigration policies—were colored by eugenics. It was common for privileged elites to look down on workers and the poor as inferior categories of human being, whose natural degeneracy predisposed them to disease and deformity. It didn’t occur to those elites to look for the causes of illness in the often abject living conditions of the lower classes: crowded tenements, long working hours, poor diet. If they sickened and died from typhus, cholera and other killer diseases, the eugenicists argued, then it was their own fault, because they lacked the drive to achieve a better quality of life. In the context of an epidemic, public health generally referred to a suite of measures designed to protect those elites from the contaminating influence of the disease-ridden rabble.
Yet not much has changed in the world with the 'elite' still looking down upon the 'masses' while a perfect recipe for disaster is being whipped up by the globalists using illegal immigration to help alter the fabric of America and potentially aid in the spread of deadly pathogens and illnesses.
As we see in the stunning map that is on the top of this story, should a pandemic break out in America, within 70 days it will have already covered half of America and while it would be mostly gone within 112 days, as we see in the maps graphics, big cities across America would still be in heavy outbreak mode.
Giving us yet another reason to avoid big cities if we possibly can as if they were the plague, we see detailed within the rest of this story that preparation is now taking place at the very highest levels of the US government for just such a scenario and we shouldn't be the least bit surprised it involves the 'usual suspects'.
As if clockwork, we learn in this new story from C-SPAN that a House of Representatives oversight committee has just held a hearing on US preparedness for potential biological attacks, pandemics and infectious disease outbreaks in which they discussed the potential health security threats, "along with vaccine development and the management of the Strategic National Stockpile of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies that could be used during a public health emergency". Vaccines and big pharma, here we go again with the globalists 'go to'. We really shouldn't be surprised.
Yet as we reported on ANP back on June 15th, 'big pharma' is quite literally 'organized crime' and the 'big pharma death count' continues to climb into 2018, with their poisons murdering a countless number of Americans though the 'big pharma mafia' will never be held accountable for their murderous crime spree.
With Deagel.com still showing their 2025 population forecast for America at a 100 million, a 227 million drop off from our 2017 population of 327 million, those who seek to cull the US population are running out of time to do it as we hear from videographer Deception Bytes in the final video below who goes over the globalists depopulation agenda while talking with us about 'Disease X', plagues and pestilences. The first video below is an explanation of the dangers potentially posed by 'Disease X' from Infowars.
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