posted on Aug, 9 2003 @ 09:13 PM
You can believe what you like - Here is a really interesting site/article that goes against the grain of what you offer:
WNV - Its just another scam.
Don't believe the hype.
JUNE 23. If I had to lay down a bet on the next “disease outbreak,” I would put my money on more scare tactics surrounding West Nile Virus (WNV).
The summer is approaching. Mosquitoes, designated as the carriers of WNV, are coming into their own.
Two researchers of great interest (look them up on Google) are Jim West and Robert Lederman. These men are brilliant, tenacious, and relentless.
West has established, through examination of maps and health records, a devastating correlation between “outbreaks” of WNV and petrochemical
refineries located nearby.
Lederman has a powerful focus on the New York City area and the mosquito-spraying programs that spread toxic clouds.
West, for example, points out that July 2002 WNV outbreak in Winnipeg (dead crows) took place not far from the St. Boniface Refinery near SE Winnipeg.
The 2001 outbreak in Monroe, Louisiana? “Downwind…from the largest petrochemical industrial region in the Western Hemisphere.”
The 2001 WNV outbreak in Windsor, Ontario? An adjacent refinery.
West points out that birds had been dying in many regions before WNV was announced as something new.
It appears, according to Lederman, that no tissue samples or blood samples of human cases of WNV have ever been made available to the scientific
community at large. In other words, as with SARS, the so-called proof that WNV is causing illness is basically a CDC/WHO edict---not science.
He and I, I’m sure, would be more than willing to see evidence to the contrary, if there is any.
We would, of course, want to look at the NUMBERS OF WNV CRITTERS FOUND IN PATIENTS. Because, if, as with SARS, these numbers are incredibly low, there
is no reason to imagine that the WNV is causing anything.
It also appears that WNV has never been isolated, aka found as a pure virus. Why not? Because the announced dimensions of the virus itself are smaller
than the holes in the filters originally used to capture it.
Therefore, what else slipped through the filters?
There is much more to say about WNV, but I want to skip over to a recent and unnoticed development on the SARS scene.
Reuters Health, on May 29, ran a piece about two suspected cases of SARS being detained and quarantined in LA. In the next to last paragraph, we get a
Reuters paraphrase of a statement from Dr. Jonathan Fielding, who is the director of LA County Health Services.
“No definitive test exists for the coronavirus that is believed to cause SARS, but antibody tests conducted 30 days after symptoms appear can detect a
probable infection, [Fielding] said.”
If they have actually ever isolated and sequenced the DNA of this coronavirus, then there would be a definitive test. WHO/CDC states this DNA
sequencing has been done.
So what kind of lie are we looking at here?
There are two basic possibilities. One, they never really sequenced (or isolated) the virus. Two, they are not finding any of the virus in patients,
so a test cannot be carried out.
In either case, the scandal is enormous and criminal.
And in either case, detecting so-called SARS from antibodies makes no sense at all. Because in order to know the antibodies are specifically connected
to the coronavirus, you must also be able to do a direct test that turns up the presence of the virus itself. Otherwise, you could be dealing with
antibodies to coffee or gin or draino or malaria or a ghost on Galaxy 23-A.
The whole thing is a fraud.
JON RAPPOPORT www.nomorefakenews.com