posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 11:12 AM
I've been Googl'ing and Yahoo'ing my way round the web looking for a possible laboratory where H5N1 was supposedly made. Along my journey Ive came
across references of China, really dealing with there H5N1 problem. It is known that at this point in time Asia is the number one hot-spot for H5N1.
100,000 migratory birds have not returned to a lake in China, these are wild birds who as many others, may be carrying Avian Flu and not know it.
There are approximately 140,000 birds every year at that lake, now there is only 40,000. Have 100,000 birds died, got lost or relocated; or has the
Chinese officials 'dealt' with a possible threat in the already Flu ridden country ?
Another case of possible Chinese diapering acts is that of some farm land and three villages, all very close to each other. A state of emergency was
announced and imposed on a community of farmers and a few other villages near Yushu. A little bit later some natives who had been traveling returned
to find that there village, along with some others, had disappeared. Three villages and some farmland had completely disappeared, along with
approximately 200 people. With what was left, it appears to be a strain of H5N1 that has killed ducks and geese in Siberia. This happened in 2005 and
none of the inhabitants of any of the villages has ever been seen again to my knowledge.
So is China coming down on H5N1 with an iron fist, but hitting some of its people too ? Is the only way to prevent an outbreak of H5N1 to 'clean'
the entire area of the outbreak. Including men, women and children ?