posted on Apr, 27 2009 @ 05:26 PM
I have been following this since Friday and getting as much information as I can on this subject from people that I know in the medical field and
putting two and two together from news articles and information from all possible sources. Here is my two cents....
1. The news that we get from the CDC and WHO and the government is about is correct but up to 5 days old. This is because it keeps panic down and
allows governments time to try to "get a handle" on the situation.
2. I am not in panic mode but I am keeping a close eye on the situation. Once I see cases of second and third generation passing of this "flu" I
will then start to really worry. All the news reports here in America is the people that are sick have been to Mexico on a recent trip. I have yet
to really hear about people with no real connection to Mexico getting the flu.
3. I am still on the fence on whether this was natural or if it was "released". Just the timing of spring break and people from all over the globe
being on vacation in Mexico raises questions and eyebrows. Also, this seemed to come about in the southern region of Mexico and the Baja portion of
Mexico at the same time. Early April.
4. The American government is trying really too hard to make it seem that they are on top of things. Three press conferences a day about the subject
is just too much. CDC, Homeland Security, White House. Let's just here from the CDC once or twice a day and that's it unless something big comes
5. KISS....Keep It Simple Stupid. That is what we all need to do. A lot of times we try to explain things in complex terms but the actual answer is
pretty simple. Either it will be man made or it occurred naturally. Either is will get really bad or it will just phase away.
6. In Mexico the situation seems to be worse than reported. I think that there are more deaths and cases of swine flu due to the actions of the
government. Right now they are considering a full government shut down and that tells me the resources are being depleted and overwhelmed. I am
hearing reports that a lot of the sick in Mexico are NOT going to the hospital due to fear and not wanting to chance getting it if they do not have
I would have to say the next three days will be the ones to really watch. If we start to see this really blow up number wise here in America by
people that have not traveled to Mexico then I will really start to worry.
Remember, all it takes is one mutation in one person in one place that spreads it to others that can make this spin really out of control quickly.
Keep your eyes on the real news and think for yourself. You put two and two together.
Possible places of new "possible" cases since I started typing this as reported by Veratect:
Fort Worth, Tx
Rio Grande City, Tx