Scientists want to weaponize H7N9 flu virus in ‘controlled’ environment…(Prepare Yourselves!)
The Real Agenda
August 10th, 2013
The same people in charge of weaponizing the H5N1 flu virus now want to modify another pathogen that has the capacity to spread among humans.
It seems that for some scientists the world does not have enough threats to the lives of billions of people, so they actually promote the creation of even more threats. This is the case of a group of insane scientists who believe that it is a good idea to modify a lethal virus in a lab, even though that could cause a worldwide pandemic. These mad scientists are of the type of Ron Fouchier, from the Erasmus Center in Rotterdam, and Yoshihiro Kawaoka, from Wisconsin University. These guys are the ones who last year manipulated the H5N1 flu virus to enable its contagion among mammals. They did so for the sake of science, they said. Now this year, scientists like Fouchier and Kawaoka want to do something similar with the H7N9 flu virus.
The so-called scientists, want to generate mutations on the H7N9 virus to turn it into a lethal agent that could cause a pandemic, instead of waiting for nature to take care of the virus. The U.S. health authorities supposedly imposed strict security conditions of these experiments. Why? Because they Americans directly finance experiments such as the one attempted by Kawaoka and Fouchier last year and the new one that scientist will perform on the H7N9 virus.
Since late March, when the first outbreak appeared in Shanghai, the H7N9 avian flu virus has only caused 130 cases of human infection in China, with 43 deaths in total. Those infected were allegedly victims of the virus “jumping” from birds to humans, still with no ability to spread between people. But the virus is changing and the insane scientists are concerned with the potential ability that the virus may acquire to “jump” from person to person. In this case, the potential for something to happen is prompting well-funded, out of control scientists to cause mutations in the virus so that it acquires the ability to, not potentially, but actually “jump” from person to person and in doing so, threaten to cause a worldwide pandemic. Scientists say, though, that they want to carry out the experiments so that they can better determine how to deal with the virus and to produce a “life-saving” vaccine.
Setting up a precendent