The Trifecta Theory

Here's my little theory. It's not scientific, it's just my feeling about how these various pieces fit together.

Dr. Ott says the bird flu virus has always existed among bird populations and has not ever been a problem to humans. But when the bird populations get stressed by environmental factors like pollution and toxins, for example, the flu can mutate and become dangerous to the birds, culling their populations until balance is achieved.

Three pieces: stress + toxins = mutation. How does that apply to humans? The economy gives us stress, and we have lots of environmental toxins, although I suspect the chemtrails deliver specific toxins toward this end. However there must be an adjuvant, a chemical that speeds up the process. And that will be provided by the vaccine, the vaccine that people will line up to take for FREE because the government cares about your health and safety. And furthermore, as a Good Citizen, you will surely be advised to take the vaccine because they only work when everybody takes them. Hasn't the pediatrician told you this a hundred times? You're not one of those selfish morons who doesn't want to take the vaccine, are you?

Yeah, um, actually, yes I am.

They keep telling us this pandemic is inevitable, but I think they need all three pieces to make this killing machine work. The current confusion and fear mongering over swine flu is designed to convince people to take the vaccine just as soon as it is forthcoming from the lucky pharmaceutical company. The vaccine will contain the adjuvant. Vaccines always contain adjuvants, which are chemicals that amplify the body's response to the vaccine while sometimes causing additional allergic and auto-immune responses.

What do you suppose the chances are that the adjuvant will combine with certain environmental toxins in the stressed out population, causing an auto-immune response that, regrettably, leads to an 'unforeseen' consequence? Perhaps the virus reassorts into the long-dreaded killer variety?

They are telling us that's what's going to happen.
Bloomberg: Swine flu’s potential to reconfigure its genetic material and become more deadly is a “major concern,” said Anne Schuchat, a scientist with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CNN: A shutdown of public venues in Mexico City is likely to be lifted by Wednesday, despite caution by U.N. health officials that a second wave of the swine flu virus could "strike with a vengeance."
It's almost funny in a way. You know they have to telegraph their plans because it helps them appear credible when they're proven right later. Just like the WHO "pleaded" for labs to combine H5N1 and the human flu viruses. Why? "Because it could provide some evidence to back up the agency's warnings about the risk of a flu pandemic, according to the CP report."

Read that sentence again. They made the deadly virus to provide evidence of their warnings that there could be a deadly virus someday, in other words so they could come back later and say, "See we were right we are so smart you gotta listen to us we know this stuff cold." Seriously. So when they tell you, via CNN no less, that the virus could "strike with a vengeance" in a "second wave," I would guess that's their plan. This is how they manufacture credibility. Furthermore, look at the problems this virus is already causing, and it's not even deadly yet!

In addition to the fatalities, the spread of the virus -- scientifically known as Influenza A (H1N1) -- has strained relations between some countries and re-ignited religious and ethnic tensions in others.

Mexican officials bitterly criticized China for putting about 70 Mexican citizens in isolation. They said the nationals were being singled out because of their passports -- despite showing no signs of the virus.

...Meanwhile, hundreds of farmers in Egypt threw rocks and bottles Sunday at police who were following government orders to cull all the country's pigs. U.N. officials have said the move will not stop the spread of the virus, and the country has not recorded any case of H1N1.

While it is a predominantly Muslim country, the pigs mostly belong to the Coptic Christian minority, fanning religions tensions.

...And in the United States, several talk show hosts have used the spread of the virus to re-ignite the volatile issue of immigration from south of the border.

How useful is this?!?!?!?

Here comes a voice of reason:
"The concern and hysteria is really getting a little bit out of control," said Mia Taylor, a graduate student in San Diego, California. "People need to just take a step back and act with more common sense and not appeal to the lowest common denominator."
Absolutely right. And what do they say to that????

Officials at the World Health Organization, however, said it was premature to declare victory against the flu.

The outbreak is only about 10 days old, said WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl. Even if the illness abates, it could return.

"I ... would like to remind people that in 1918 the Spanish flu showed a surge in the spring, and then disappeared in the summer months, only to return in the autumn of 1918 with a vengeance," Hartl said. "And we know that that eventually killed 40 million to 50 million people," he added.

I think we can take that to the bank as their plan. People need to understand about the vaccines. The vaccines themselves are biological weapons.


Sis said...

Def: foreshadow (verb)

Thomas Friedman (zionist scum) in the New York Times: "What if the crisis of 2008 represents something much more fundamental than a deep recession? What if it's telling us that the whole growth model we created over the last 50 years is simply unsustainable economically and ecologically...?"

Friedman concludes that "Often in the middle of something momentous, we can't see its significance. But for me there is no doubt: 2008 will be the marker--the year when 'The Great Disruption' began."

Hey! We haven't gotten to that part of the story yet, Tom. Don't give away the ending. The Great Disruption? Sounds like Grapes of Wrath. Think our grandkids will be reading this in school someday? (If we get to have any, that is).

A. Peasant said...

he is such a blowhard. i can't believe i once wasted hard earned money buying one of his books years ago. GAH.

malcontent said...

It seems Friedman has moved on to skinny dipping now.


Speaking of financial crises and how they can expose weak companies and weak countries, Warren Buffett once famously quipped that “only when the tide goes out do you find out who is not wearing a bathing suit.” So true. But what’s really unnerving is that America appears to be one of those countries that has been swimming buck naked — in more ways than one.

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