Now that the World Health Organization has placed its seal of bird flu on the
recent deaths of several children in Turkey, it's time to look at the real strategy
Of course, the culling (killing) of large numbers of chickens in Asia and Turkey
and other places has impacted poultry farms. Economic terrorism. Businesses
going out of business.
Europe is now "hovering under the threat of human bird flu," because
Turkey is a lot closer than China.
Because it's so easy to use tests for bird flu that don't mean anything (see
my recent articles on this), case numbers among humans can be literally invented
out of thin air.
The implication? Airports and air travel can be shut down. I'm waiting
for that one.
A few declared cases of human bird flu in the US (based on nothing)
can allow the White House to limit air travel into the US. Mandatory programs
of drugs and vaccines can be justified.
States of emergency can be declared.
This seems to be the plan. But the drip method of declaring cases, spreading
hysteria, bit by bit, from region to region, means that we may not see something
drastic all at once. We would instead watch a gradual build-up, over time, based
on a series of small invented crises.
The so-called human cases of bird flu in Turkey is one such step. You know,
It's all part of the plan to turn the world into a virtual hospital. Medicalizing,
to the hilt, the human drama. Conditioning people to accept the idea that we
are living on a planet where epidemics are a constant feature of the landscape.
Making medical pronouncements take on the character of instant law.
To make all this work, it's necessary to have a population of gullible ignoramuses.
"Have you heard the latest about germ X? Wow, that's really scary. What
does your doctor say?"
Of course, environmentalists are being dragged into the hoax. They are already
prone to believing tales of killer germs floating up out of areas like the rainforest
in Brazil, where developers are decimating the canopy. For these sincere advocates
of Nature, it's perfect for their agenda. "We must stop the destruction
of natural areas, because unimaginable diseases are lurking there, waiting to
be transported to our shores..."
Hot zone. Watch out. Eeeiiiiieee!
These same people neglect to realize that the conditions impoverished people
live under are the true causes of illness and death. It's not the germs.
But there is a whole brand of environmentalist (living comfortably far from
anything resembling raw Nature) that has a fetish about the pure sanctity of
the body. These people regularly search out better ways of doing full body cleanses
and fasts and colonics, in order to rid their bodies of micro-organisms. They
hate germs. They can't stand thinking about the millions and billions of germs
that live inside their bodies. It's anathema to them.
They refuse to acknowledge the essential political agenda that is behind propaganda
campaigns on topics like bird flu. Instead, they swallow the PR whole and confirm
their belief that germs are coming over the hill in gigantic army columns.
It's no accident that environmentalism and epidemics are being promoted as
issues that can only be solved by coordinated global action.
It's called One World. This is an image that is being sold along many fronts.
Bird flu is an instance in which "the experts" are telling us that,
in order to stop the epidemic, we must organize under a banner of Planet.
The outcome? Loss of personal freedom and loss of national sovereignty. All
nations must knuckle under, as international agencies make their moves "on
behalf of all of us." That largely failed institution, the United Nations,
has seen daylight and is running toward it. Its agency, the World Health Organization,
has emerged as its most effective arm in forwarding high-pressure mandatory
rules of conduct from the remote provinces of China to New York. Under the rubric
of stemming the tide of disease, the UN sees its day coming.