posted on Nov, 5 2005 @ 04:43 AM
Now, if you ask me (Conspiracy Theorist I am) if I thought this was a mutated virus for the conspiracy of " Poplulation Control" I would have to say
yes. If you have reserched the virus's impact, you will notice that it affects the lives of the elderly, children and those with immune compromised
systems amd upper respiratory illness like Asthma etc.... Like MRSA or HIV. I call us " The Useless Eaters". I have MRSA from a durty surgical suit
when I had my surgery two years ago. I am immune compromiserd. I also have Asthma.
Here read this:
Highlighting a growing urgency, health and veterinary officials from around the globe meet in Geneva from Monday to discuss plans to control H5N1.
"The Geneva summit will be a make-or-break time for the human threat of H5N1 influenza," The Lancet medical journal said in an editorial.
"There remains no reliable early warning system in place across large parts of the world. This vacuum in surveillance poses the most serious threat
to human health," it added.
African ministers said on Friday they would seek financial and technical help in Geneva to check the spread of the virus. It has not been detected in
Africa but there are fears it could spread rapidly if it reaches the continent's rural hinterlands.
"Currently we do not have emergency funds to deal with this pandemic," said Aberra Deressa, Ethiopia's state minister in the ministry of
"We have resolved to speak with one voice at the Geneva summit -- seeking financial, technical and information assistance," he told Reuters after a
meeting in Rwanda.
West European countries are gearing up to deal with an outbreak of bird flu.
France said it needed to improve its communication strategy after carrying out a two-day drill at a poultry farm in the west of the country.
Britain will lead 28 European countries in an exercise to test their ability to cope with a human influenza pandemic. The drill will take place this
year, but participants will get no advance notice of the date to make it more realistic.
The Asian Development Bank warned on Thursday that a pandemic risked triggering a global economic recession.
However, IMF chief Rodrigo Rato said on Friday it was not time to panic.
"I think we should be careful and we should be vigilant but we should not alarm ourselves and the rest of the world on something that has not yet
happened," he told a conference in Paris.