posted on May, 13 2006 @ 07:36 PM
Has anyone else attempted to draw links between:
a) the spate of microbiologist deaths over the past years across the planet,
b) the continuing "hype" over H5N1 bird-flu (with all of its inconsistencies)
c) mycoplasma contamination of the human gene pool and its associated health consequences?
As per the following link:
it would appear that not only H5N1 bird-flu but many other chronic, untreatable, "autoimmune" diseases share mycoplasmic origins and causes.
It would further appear that mycoplasma is an "engineered" pathogen that has resulted from genetic manipulation (here's where the microbiologist
come in) and the effect of pharmaceutical medicines as they interact with bacterial AND viral agents WITHIN the human body. The complexity of the
human immune system can only be understood holistically and not as isolated organs, glands or organisms.
Could bird flu actually be mycoplasma fermentans infection triggered by cumulative mycoplasma "eruptions" within the body - delivered by
(deliberately) contaminated vaccines? Has its points of origin been deliberatly set upon Asian nations as part of a global population control with US
geopolitical interests at heart?
With so much global effort put into this health "crisis" why are there still no real results in terms of successful treatments - just look at
Tamiflu "results". The SARS issue seems to be an earlier attempt - again a predominantly Asian health issue that rippled across the planet.
The high incidence of flu-like lingering illnesses (often with serious relapses, complications and tissue damage) across North America this past
winter may also be signs of early mycoplasma action across the population - similar illnesses are beginning to appear here in Australia too (at the
start of our winter).
I suspect that mycoplasma has a large role to play in the current global health crisis and that it's appearance is not accidental. Bird-flu is a red
herring that needs to be caught, scaled and gutted.