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The Plague, Ukraine, WHO and worrying trends.

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posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 07:33 PM
It seems that the swine flu pandemic is understandably a volatile subject. Yet we seem to be swayed entirely by what the msm say (as always).

This is how it is...

On the 4th December the WHO released this.

Disease activity has peaked and is declining in North America


In western and northern Europe the peak of disease activity has passed in Belgium, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway and parts of the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Wales); activity may be peaking or plateauing in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Sweden and Denmark.

and that,

In Eastern Europe, recent peaks or plateaus in disease activity have also been observed in Ukraine, Belarus,

WHO Report

This would make you think h1n1 is not as dependant on the weather as the WHO suggests as these countries are in Winter. One thing that the report leaves out, is the worrying trend seen in many countries, that of the growth of tamiflu resistant H275Y/H274Y. TPTB believe this mutation

is characterized by a resistance to Tamiflu, also known as oseltamivir.

The Ukraine flu also appears to be the result of mutation within the H1N1 flu virus. According to latest reports, the death toll in Ukraine has now reached 446, up from 400 in late November. utbreak-victims-near-450

This means that we have no real idea of the spread of this new 'plague' as it is masked by the H1N1 figures.

I mean, consider the fact that

Health officials in Vietnam are reporting what appears to be the largest cluster yet of Tamiflu-resistant swine flu cases

These deaths will be jumbled in with other figures and obscure the growth of a potentially disastrous plague.

posted on Dec, 10 2009 @ 05:02 AM

Good point well made! People have gone quiet on the situation in Ukraine. Whether this is to do with the fact they don't care or just that the situation is getting better is a mystery to me. The governments need to make fuigures of the tamiflu resistant deaths.

posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 08:54 AM
reply to post by fallatonce

I couldnt agree more! The plague deaths are growing in number all the time and this is being ignored. There was a huge knee jerk reaction on ATS and now nothing.

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