As salaam alaikum
Exactly what is happening in Ukraine is not yet clear, but early indications are very, very worrisome. The above art work, by Dees, speaks loudly to what has occurred there recently. Remember Chernobyl? This is the same area where that tragic event took place.
An explosion of viral hemorhagic pneumonias have left many dead in a very short span of time.
Is this due to a mutation taking place in the H1N1 swine flu virus- that typically has produced only mild symptoms?
Is this the result of the deployment of a bio-weapon with a vaccine shot as the delivery system? Mr Joseph Moshe, a Mossad operative, pictured above, earlier this year warned that Baxter Labs was deploying just such a weapon in the Ukraine.
Was he right?
The clinical picture is beginning to resemble what occurred 90 years ago in the Spanish Flu outbreak that killed 100 million world wide. Again, to be sure, these are only preliminary developments.
Keep in mind, only 5,700 people have died all over the planet from H1N1 so-far, but none the less, this is a disturbing trend. Let's stay on the alert. And do not get that vaccine- no matter what!
Here is an expert assessment from Dr Henry Niman:
WHO Targets Hemorrhagic H1N1 Cases in Lviv UkraineRecombinomics Commentary 19:54November 3, 2009Work will initially begin in Lviv region, where reported numbers of cases showing severe manifestations of acute respiratory illness have been especially high. Two virologists on the team have started working at the National Influenza Centre and the laboratories of the Central Sanitary and Epidemiological Station in Kyiv to provide diagnostic support.The above comments from the WHO update on Ukraine strike a more serious tone than yesterday's quotes from WHO spokespersons playing down the alarming number of hospitalized and fatal cases, as well as media reports spinning political considerations, or politicians claiming only 15 confirmed H1N1 cases. As the WHO update clearly states, the dominant influenza circulating worldwide is swine H1N1 and it is assumed that most cases in the Ukraine (see map) are swine H1N1. Since the official government website lists 19,189 influenza cases (in addition to more than 235,000 ARI cases), the willingness of politicians to cite 15 confirmed cases, as well as media support in the distribution of the propaganda, is unfortunate.The more severe manifestation of ARI cases are clearly hemorrhagic disease that fills lungs with blood and produces bleeding at all orifices, which are stark reminders of 1918 pandemic cases which were also linked to a swine H1N1.Samples have arrived at Mill Hill in London, and sequence data should be available shortly. Since current swine H1N1 produced lethal infections in previously healthy young adults, and produced hemorrhagic disease, changes in the viral genome may be absent or minor. Therefore, release of the sequences to the entire scientific community would be useful.Similarly, an update on the number of hemorrhagic cases would be useful. Rumors have suggested that such the number of such cases is significantly higher than the six described in media reports.