A Bioforming Pandemic: U.S. Government Funded Killer Bird Flu Research ~ Preparing for Global “9-11″ Event?
By Aaron Hermann
Friday, August 31, 2012
he United States Federal government is responsible for funding the efforts of Dutch researcher Ron Fouchier and Japanese researcher Yoshihiro Kawaoka to transform the bird flu into a killer superbug easily transmissable from person-to-person, exponentially increasing the likelihood of a global pandemic.
It is widely accepted that the first case of bird flu in humans occurred in May 1997 when a person caught the H5N1 virus in Hong Kong and ultimately died from the disease. Since that time avian influenza, more popularly referred to as bird flu has been viewed as a looming threat and a likely agent triggering a global pandemic. What most people do not realize is that the world has already been through a global pandemic and witnessed the type of global suffering and catastrophic results an outbreak of bird flu can cause.
The outbreak to which I am referring is the global “Spanish Flu” pandemic of 1918. The name is exceptionally misleading as the virus that killed between 60-100 million people between 1918 and 1920 was a type of bird flu. Patient Zero was an American Solider from Kansas who was shipped off to World War I and took the virus with him. According to an article published in the New York Times in 1995, Dr. Jeffrey Taubenberger located shards of the extinct 1918 “Spanish Flu” virus in the corpses of dead soldiers buried in permafrost. Taubenberger concluded that the virus was in fact a bird flu, and then set about to recreate the virus that swept the globe in 1918. What could possibly go wrong with that? Right.
Dr. Taubenberger and his colleagues were successful in recreating the virus, and found something rather unsettling: