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Swine Flu Hits United Nations

by | 14th, June 2009

SWINE Flu is upon us – the United Nations, and not-so-United nations tremble:

A patient suffering from swine flu has died in hospital, it emerged tonight.

The patient had underlying health conditions and was one of ten people who were being treated in hospital in Scotland.

It is the first death in the UK of someone confirmed as having swine flu.

One is dead – sad news, of course:

The three main seasonal flu strains (H3N2, H1N1 and type B) cause 250,000 to 500,000 deaths a year globally (equivalent to 685 to 1,370 deaths per day)…

But they don’t have a catchy name…

George Noory hosted a special edition of C2C with examination and analysis of the recent swine flu outbreak. 2nd hour guest, Dr. Gary Ridenour suggested that this virus could further mutate and … in a worst-case scenario, 5-15 million people could die. He estimated there was a 40% chance that the new virus was man-made, and was released either accidentally or intentionally.

Appearing in the latter half of the show, Alex Jones and Stephen Quayle both agreed the new swine virus was not natural. It’s a “genetically altered bioweapon,” possibly being “beta-tested in the field” to target specific races, Quayle contended… Quayle suggested the virus may be part of a global plan to reduce the population, and that the mysterious deaths of microbiologists in recent years could be connected to this outbreak– scientists who could help stop a pandemic were taken out.

Australia: One in three could have swine flu
Canada confirms sixth swine flu death
Saudi reports three new swine flu cases
Third case of swine flu in Wales
Thai PM warns against swine flu panic
First swine flu case in Morocco
Swineflu outbreak spreads in Germany
Three new swine flu cases in Egypt

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