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funny pics, but the shit is starting to worry me. paris tx has 8 confirmed cases of swine flu, its less than 25 miles from me:)sphss
 

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pukin with the shakes this morning. Am quarantine for 3 days. Am in north lake havi and staying home. Heard it cycles quik.
 

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Could world governments, spooked by the prospect of radical climate change caused by over-population of the planet, have assembled a super-secret task force to engineer and distribute a super virulent strain of influenza designed to "correct" the human population (and institute global Martial Law)?
while there ARE idiots in thsi world who WOULD attempt a mass genocide to "reduce populatuion to the "correct" level". they screwed this one up.


engineer and distribute a super virulent strain of influenz
It's LESS NASTY, "virulent", and is killing far FEWER people, than the REGULAR "flu" kills every single year.

So far this flu, despite all the morose panic being seeded by the media reporting, HAS KILLED 12 people, and ONLY 12 people, and, as usual, the elderly, the very young, and the already infirm.

To do it RIGHT, read Tom Clancy's "Rainbow Six", 'Shiva', a modified Ebola, there's a genocidal killer worthy of a little conspiracy theory.

From the Wall Street Journal:
It lacks an important molecular signature (the protein PB1-F2) which was present in the 1918 virus and in the highly lethal H5N1 chicken viruses. If this virulence marker is necessary for an influenza virus to become highly pathogenic in humans or in chickens — and some research suggests this is the case — then the current swine virus, like the 1976 virus, doesn’t have what it takes to become a major killer
From the W.H.O. 29 April 2009:
A member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has dismissed claims that more than 150 people have died from swine flu, saying it has officially recorded only seven deaths around the world.

Vivienne Allan, from WHO's patient safety program, said the body had confirmed that worldwide there had been just seven deaths - all in Mexico - and 79 confirmed cases of the disease.

"That figure is not a figure that's come from the World Health Organisation and, I repeat, the death toll is seven and they are all from Mexico."

Ms Allan said WHO had confirmed 40 cases of swine flu in the Americas, 26 in Mexico, six in Canada, two in Spain, two in Britain and three in New Zealand.
Funny pictures tho. :)
 

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Look up and see what the annual average deaths from "the flu" are sometime. 30+ THOUSAND, every year.
 
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