posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 10:30 AM
Originally posted by Trexter Ziam
More for the OP here ... the CDC (US Centers for Disease Control) in September 2009 (a month ago) put out a pdf (portable document which can be viewed
with Adobe reader) asking doctors to report
Physicians Asked to be on the Lookout for Possible “Hemorrhagic Pneumonia Cases”
There's an email address at the bottom. Perhaps your doctors could email and get more attention faster than England's 2 week turn-around on the
Sounds like CDC 'knew something was coming'. Just my opinion.
[edit on 30-10-2009 by Trexter Ziam]
When you have a flu like H1N1 going around, it makes the body more likely to be hit by viral pneumonia. The two go hand in hand.
Here is a thing to consider - that if this is a pneumonia plague starting up, I would bet that people of European descent have the highest rate of
resistance to it. Significantly greater than Asians or Africans, and far greater than the Aboriginal/Indian/Native populations of Australia, and
North and South America.
The plague that hit Asia and Europe 700 years ago, the spread in Europe doesn't match the spread in Asia. Something in that plague made Europeans
more resistant to immunodeficiency viruses (2-11% theoretically in the population). What hit Europe was - in my opinion - not one plague. Europe got
TWO plagues 700 years ago, and one of them was a hemorrhagic plague.
If there is a pneumonia hemorrhagic plague, and it does spread, the deaths in the white population will only be a warning for what it going to
H1N1 is a gateway virus - it leaves the person and the population open to further contagion.