Yet another unnamed source, referring to a mysterious and utterly senseless attack against the US population, citing viruses not known to exist...
OK, sure, it is *possible* that somewhere, the US or other governments are working to develop various biological agents similar to the ones described.
A new rabies virus, a more virulent, infectious form of Ebola, whatever. OK. The idea that one government would pass up research on these
possibilities, knowing that other governments would keep doing the research, is naive. Probably any government with the resources is trying to
develop nasty viruses and cures or vaccines against them. I'll buy that.
But then to release these viruses on a civilian population? This makes no sense. Even if there were some plot by the government, or by certain
elements within the government, to infect civilians, I cannot believe that this plot would be so specific as to name the exact location and date of
infection, so far in the future. Or, having done all that, I can't believe that they'd allow this information to leak.
The plot says that the "west coast" will be infected, using aerosols and contaminated bottled water and Coca Cola (or Pepsi; the information wasn't
clear). That doesn't strike me as being either practical or efficient. If you're trying to infect a large number of people, then aerosols sounds
reasonable, or using the municipal water supply. Bottled water and soft drinks is more limited. Just about everyone drinks tap water, directly or
indirectly (for example, using ice made from plain water). Not everyone uses bottled water or soft drinks.
The list of items includes a bunch of organisms not known to be useful as biological agents. Rabies is a dreaded disease with nearly a 100% mortality
rate; but it's not highly infectious. HIV isn't particularly infectious, nor does it act quickly. It wouldn't make a very good biological weapon.
"Cancer cells" probably are not particularly dangerous. To my understanding, introducing cancer cells from one subject into another, would most
likely cause the recipient's immune system to destroy the cells before they could do anything. That's assuming they were injected into the
bloodstream. If consumed in contaminated water, the cells would be digested harmlessly.
What you've got is a list of scary words here, "cancer", "HIV", "rabies", and so on, that aren't particularly dangerous as weapons. Oh,
you've also got polonium, which is a radioactive element. Probably they meant to say plutonium, which is by far the deadliest radioactive poison
Ironically, there is some evidence that people who are infected with HIV and Hepatitis G live longer than those who just have the HIV without the
Hepatitis G. That makes me wonder what the point would be of using both HIV and Hepatitis G together, if you're trying to infect people.
But really, this concoction of viruses and other stuff wouldn't be particularly dangerous, especially if it were put into soft drinks. The
radioactive stuff could be harmful, but if it were, it would probably kill or weaken the viruses and cancer cells. It would also be easily detected,
making it riskier to use.
Most of the viruses wouldn't survive the process of digestion, if swallowed. Same with the cancer cells. As an aerosol, some of the viruses might
turn out to be a danger, but even here we've got problems. The virus for "Hepatitis G" hasn't been shown to cause diseases in humans, for one
thing. According to this
article, Hepatitis G has no symptoms, and
has not been shown to cause any damage. Hardly the stuff of biological weapons.
Flavivirus is responsible for several diseases, including yellow fever and dengue fever. Those are nasty and can be fatal, but are nothing like
Altogether, this "mix" makes no sense, other than to collect together a list of scary things that could frighten someone who accepted it without
Moving on to other questions, I wonder *who* would be developing such a mix, and to what end? The video says this is being developed in either North
or South Carolina. Maybe a corporation, maybe the government (or a part of the government). Corporations are capable of committing atrocities, but
generally won't do that without some financial motive. Killing potential customers is not a financial motivation, so I rule out corporations.
Our government will also commit atrocities, and doesn't even need a financial motive; but it usually commits atrocities on the citizens of other
countries, not its own. What reason would the government have to kill its own citizens? Depopulation? Not until the rest of the world has been
safely depopulated. It wouldn't do for the US to become vulnerable by reducing its own population first.
Someone hates the West Coast? Maybe. But why them in particular? Did they vote the wrong way? What would be the reason to target that area?
I'm left with two choices. Either this information is valid, in which case some unknown, but not particularly bright or rational group is going to
attack the US West Coast in November for some unknown and potentially irrational reason. Or, the information is not valid.