US Government Showing Major Concern For A Devastating ZERO DAY Pandemic Exploit

Saturday, March 29, 2014
By Paul Martin
Monday, March 24, 2014

The US Government [USG] is showing great concern that a nationally devastating pandemic may be at hand. Specifically USG is preparing for a zero day exploit of a transmittable pathogen with no known cure or available vaccination. In that regard, USG is taking the following steps.

1) The CDC is upgrading capacity and capability at Quarantine Stations throughout the United States.

2) USG is prepping CDC, HHS, and et al, to relocate and continue operations within 12 hours of their primary operating locations being wiped out.

3) USG is now maintaining a year round stockpile of vaccine producing eggs, for the sole purpose of rapidly responding to Zero Day threats.

4) CDC has accepted an UNSOLICITED proposal from Genentech for a nationwide proprietary antiviral distribution network.

5) USG is tying in all pandemic operations and public health operations across all levels of government with law enforcement via the Department of Homeland Security

Its unclear if these actions are specifically tied to H7N9 Bird Flu, but USG did VASTLY start increasing its biomedical counter measure capability in conjunction with H7N9’s appearance. Our own opinion is that things like H7N9 have happened thousands of times before but gone unnoticed.

The only thing we really know for sure is that Biomedical industry is getting a lot of money and near term job security thrown at it via tax payer dollars, and that kind of money is not spent without some sort of medical mandate being forced upon the citizenry.

However, there are some intriguing hints in some of the contracts the government is releasing (as we listed above), the following quote indicates all these actions are taking place as a result of a recent inflection point.

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