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Originally posted by janon
I found this extremely interesting...
Residents of the town of Perote said at the time that they had a new, aggressive bug — even taking to the streets to demonstrate against the pig farm they blamed for their illness — but were told they were suffering from a typical flu. It was only after U.S. labs confirmed a swine flu outbreak that Mexican officials sent the boy's sample in for swine flu testing.
Mexico's Agriculture Department said Monday that inspectors found no sign of swine flu among pigs around the farm in Veracruz, and that no infected pigs have been found yet anywhere in Mexico.
If this is true, it is a big piece to this puzzle. Or just more unanswered questions...
[edit on 27-4-2009 by janon]
Originally posted by dnvrliz
Has anyone mentioned the possibility of the virus being released through all the aerial spraying lately, I mean if it has not come from pigs directly this could be the answer. CHEM TRAILS.
Just a thought.............
Originally posted by LiquidLight
Something else that smells fishy is that 152 people have died in Mexico from alleged swine flu infection, yet all other cases around the world are relatively mild with no other deaths reported.
So, is the standard of living in Mexico that bad that a flu that causes minor inconvenience for people in other places in the world will kill people it infects in Mexico? I'm skeptical.