The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) says “swine flu” is an inaccurate name for the virus that has sickened nearly 2,000 people in Mexico and 40 people in the United States. The OIE says it is more accurate to call it the “North American Flu”, identifying it geographically, because the new virus has characteristics of swine, avian and human virus components and has NOT been identified in any animals thus far.—Julie HarkerOutrageous! Forget everything that you’re hearing about the so called Swine Flu it is not a influenza that originated in swine or any animal for that matter this is a genetically concocted “reassortant” virus that was made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC and the World Health Organization WHO.
This is a hybrid virus made to order by the WHO and the CDC so that their “boy who cried wolf” scenarios for a worldwide pandemic could be realized.
Impossible you think, but it’s not. According to CIDRAP In 2004 the CDC launch experiments designed to combine the H5N1 virus or the avian influenza virus and human flu viruses to then see how the resulting hybrids affect animals. The goal was to assess the chances that such a "reassortant" virus will emerge and how dangerous it might be. (see source)
According to the same report the World Health Organization (WHO) was also "pleading" for laboratories to do the exact same research that the CDC was doing, if successful WHO could provide some evidence to back up the agency's warnings about the risk of a flu pandemic, according to the CP report.
The new swine virus is unlike any researchers have seen before. It appears to be a combination of segments from four viruses from three continents, with a human segment, an avian segment and pig segments.-- Tracy Wilkinson and Thomas H. Maugh II (see story)The news is reporting that this is a new virus combination that has never been seen before. That’s not quite true researchers have seen it before. It has been seen by the CDC and WHO researchers who engineered it!
In a statement The World Organization for Animal Health or the OIE says that the virus has not been isolated in animals to date. Therefore, it is not justified to name this disease swine influenza.
The OIE further states that in the past, many human influenza epidemics with animal origin have been named using their geographic name, e.g. Spanish influenza or Asiatic influenza, thus it would be logical to call this disease “North-American influenza”. (see source)
Of course this naming is also incorrect. If this influenza started in Mexico and putting all political correctness aside the correct term would be the Mexican influenza or the Mexican flu.
So what we know now is that this influenza has not been isolated in any animal to date so it is not swine flu or a virus that originated from an animal. What we also know is in 2004 the CDC and the WHO began experiments to combine avian and human influenza. Finally this combination of Avian, Human and Swine segments are not behaving like normal viruses in that this virus is not a seasonal virus like normal flu viruses and instead of striking the weak and elderly this new flu strikes young and healthy victims.
The CDC and the WHO should not be trusted without question in this matter. Both organizations have plenty to answer for to the American people about their 2004 experiments with combination or “reassortant” viruses. We need to know if these man-made viruses are the ones that are responsible for the deaths in Mexico and sickness throughout the world.
If the CDC and the WHO created this pandemic a pandemic which they wanted and wished to occur for years, if that is the case then everyone connected with the releasing of this mutant influenza virus should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.