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Insider: Bird Flu to be Sprayed from the Sky?

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posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 03:20 PM
Are they about to spray bird flu from the sky (i.e. inside chemtrails)? The Swine Flu Vaccine is said to also provide immunity to bird flu, so they could use this as a reason for forced vaccinations. First they have to wait for people to get back from holiday, then the spraying can begin, but most likely the official story will be that Al Qaeda released it. In fact it will be a non-contagious form of bird flu but we will be led to believe that it is highly contagious. Stay indoors whenever excessive chemtrails appear in the sky.

posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 04:26 PM
Cosmic Top Secret?... a whole 38 levels above Top Secret?

So a guy who has a clerancd 38 levels of clearance above what is publicly admitted, feels the need to go calling up some guy and telling him all about the latest happenings.

He calls it N1N5 im fairly sure it's H5 N1 he should say.

People delivering the virus are being paid $100,000 a trip, and they just collect it by walking into a branch of Bank of America?

posted on Jan, 3 2010 @ 04:02 AM
The only thing being spread from the sky is cowcrap.

If someone wanted to spread a flu bug, they'd just have to put a little into a perfume atomiser and keep it close to their body to keep it warm, (on a long neck chain?) and spray it around on a bus or aeroplane. In a warm, confined atmosphere, everyone can become exposed in minutes, and re-breathe more virus for the length of the journey.

The sprayer can be inoculated against the virus first, or be injected with water and fooled into believing they are now safe.

Spraying from the air, on the other hand, involves far more people and and organisation, and a large supply of a virus treated to make it resistant to the temperatures and radiation it will receive. The extra effort involved would not be worth it.

The exception would be if a virus was first treated to not be contagious person to person, which is relatively easy today, in order to use as a weapon against a large specific locality.

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