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Originally posted by Karel Paborsky
Originally posted by pynner
Originally posted by ShadowIntelligence
According to wiki, Mexico City's population is 109,955,400. 20 million lives in Mexico City. What sort of pandemic goes on there, and what could be the real death toll if they're hitting the alarm? 20-40 people dies usually from normal flu, so that's not a news at all. What could be the real numbers there? Surely quite above 170.
[edit on 27-4-2009 by ShadowIntelligence]
The bbc had a blog of people writing in from mexico and the death toll is much higher... in the hundreds if not thousands.. doctors, nurses, it's getting everyone that's healthy.
someone have the link?
Originally posted by PammyK
The US BETTER close the southern border now!!!! Maybe they can also get the drug cartels "taken care of." Good Lord this sounds bad.
MEXICO CITY.- Archaeologist Felipe Solis Olguin, director of the National Museum of Anthropology (MNA) since year 2000, passed away in Thursday April 23rd 2009, due to cardiac arrest. At the time of his decease he was working as a curator in the exhibition “Teotihuacan, City of Gods”.
He devoted to the study of the historical process of the National Museum of Anthropology, from the discovery of Coatlicue and Sunstone monoliths
Originally posted by 13Etznab
Listening to RussiaToday.com
A guy is being interviewed live talking about bioweap... NOW
Live stream link: Media player
[edit on 27-4-2009 by 13Etznab]
Originally posted by Night Watchman
Originally posted by irishchic
reply to post by Aeons
Not sure I understand but you're suggesting that the "response" might be "as if" it were a bio-terriorism event instead of the possibly of less than best hygiene of some of the areas affected in Mexico?
Holy Chit...now that would be alarming...the fact that it would possibly be "dealt with" as such without knowing for a fact that if was one?
Now I'm a bit worried.
Aeons may have been referring to an interview with General Honore on CNN during which he questioned the origin of the virus. He mentioned that it has not been proven and thus the possibility that it was created in a lab should not be dismissed.
Troubling but as I saw during the hurricane season, General Honore (a frequent hurricane expert on news stations) is prone to hyperbole.