posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 10:19 PM
I'm seeing quite the pattern here over the last three years or so.
Here are just a few examples from a variety of sources:
The new E-Coli Strain:
Article Headline: "Rare, toxic strain of E. coli strikes young, healthy"
Article Headline: "Young And Healthy Most Affected By H5N1"
Article Headline: "Swine flu appears to target the young and healthy in Mexico"
Article Headline: "Super bug killing young and healthy"
I used to believe that the young and healthy were being targeted in the media so that this part of the population would succumb to getting vaccinated,
but since this E.Coli outbreak, I don't know now. There's no vaccine for E. Coli, so that isn't a factor here. Same with the Super Bug and
It sure seems as though this is a whole new disease trend lately and what are the odds of this "young and healthy" part of the population being
targeted in just the past few years?
Something certainly doesn't smell right.
Is this fear mongering? A depopulation plan?
What does everyone else think about this?