See: the pattern of killing and getting away with it
Just remember... every day we survive and they haven't pulled the trigger on their ultimate mindfuck is a day that We Have Won.
cattle chute and sky from cutthroat stalker
So in order to get away with killing people, the deaths must be chalked up to things such as wars, diseases, Acts of God, human error, terrorism, deadly weather, etc. No one of importance shall be held accountable. The deaths shall be deemed regrettable.
And if you wanted to reduce the population, it also makes sense to target women and children: stop procreation, destroy fertility, devastate families. It is LOGICAL.
A13 has done an excellent round up of the latest killer disease in Germany: E Coli + Germany + Bio Weapon.
We learn that this is:
- The most virulent strain of e. coli that doctors and researchers have ever seen....
- Producing horrible and unusual personality changes such as mental confusion and aggression...
- And being highly resistant to many drugs...
And, oddly enough, making lots of women sick.
"The age and sex distribution of cases in this outbreak is highly unusual, as is the identified outbreak strain: STEC O104, Shiga toxin 2 (stx2)-positive, intimin (eae)-negative."
But it's just a few people in Germany... so it can't possibly be a bioweapon attack.... ?
No. That's not how it works. Just because a problem seems small or localized, that does not preclude it from being directed.
Harmless little drops of water will erode solid rock over time.
And a thousand minor directed incidents will add up to many deaths over time.
And "tiny" "miniscule" radiation particles will skew the human population over time.
Millions Fewer Girls Born Due to Nuclear Radiation? June 2, 2011, National Geographic (some links removed):
Nuclear radiation from bomb tests and power plant accidents causes slightly more boys than girls to be born, a new study suggests. While effects were seen to be regional for incidents on the ground, like Chernobyl, atmospheric blasts were found to affect birth rates on a global scale.The result: Millions fewer females have been born worldwide than would otherwise be expected, researchers estimate. And given Japan's current nuclear troubles, another boy boomlet could be on the way, experts say.For the new study, scientists analyzed population data from 1975 to 2007 for 39 European countries and the United States.They found an increase in the number of male births relative to female births in all of the countries investigated from 1964 to 1975—and in many eastern European countries for several years after 1986.In "normal" circumstances, male births outnumber female births by a ratio of 105 to 100, study co-author Hagen Scherb said. "It's not known what is the biological reason for this ratio," he added. "It's a natural constant, like the constant of gravity."The statistical bumps observed in the study are in addition to that slight natural imbalance.The 1960s and '70s increase is attributed in the study to the global dispersal of radioactive atoms from atmospheric atomic bomb tests. The tests lofted radioactive atoms high into the atmosphere, where air currents caught the atoms and then dispersed them around the planet.Open-air nuclear tests were most common from the late 1940s until 1963, when the Limited Test Ban Treaty sent such testing underground, at least for signatories the United States, Soviet Union, and United Kingdom.
Oh, oopsie. Regrettable. Do you suppose they had any inkling when they had that malignant flowering of curiosity about the effects of radiation?
"The malignant flowering of curiosity about the effects of radiation on humans continued for three more decades. Until the 1970s, government scientists and physicians made use of unwitting Americans in order to discover the effects of exposure. Scientists already knew that radiation was dangerous....But scientists wanted to know more. What types of physiologic damage were caused by specific levels of radiation?"
Such as fewer females being born? Win win win?
We suppose they did figure that out before last year.