- Urgent. In Ukraine Walk Viruses Pneumonic Plague and Swine Flu.
November 2, 2009
- The head physician of the medical institutions sent out an informal disposal - not to sow panic, to refute the information about the plague, but to speak only of swine flu. Pneumonic plague is a particularly dangerous infections. This is one of the most aggressive infections that threaten human life, along with anthrax. Typically, the agent of pneumonic plague is transferred ferrets, coney, other rodents, including rats, living in warm climates. They are the natural reservoir. There are two main clinical forms of plague: bubonic and pneumonic.
- Ukraine Closes All Schools To Fight Swine Flu
November 2, 1009
- Urging its citizens not to panic, Ukraine on Monday closed the nation's schools for a week to avoid the spread of swine flu and suggested that nightclubs, cinemas and food markets in the west also shut down. The World Health Organization said Monday there was no evidence that Ukraine had a bad outbreak of swine flu. Nevertheless, all schools have been closed for a week across Ukraine, even in the capital, Kiev, where there have been no confirmed cases of swine flu. All outdoor markets have been closed in the western region of Lviv, where the governor also urged cinemas, cafes, nightclubs and theaters to shut down until further notice.
- Joseph Moshe (MOSSAD Microbiologist): "Swine Flu Vaccine is Bioweapon"
August 21, 2009
- Professor Moshe said that Baxter's Ukrainian lab was in fact producing a bioweapon disguised as a vaccine. He claimed that the vaccine contained an adjuvant (additive) designed to weaken the immune system, and replicated RNA from the virus responsible for the 1918 pandemic Spanish flu, causing global sickness and mass death.
Rumors abound, but the current outbreak of the plague in the Ukraine is not a deliberate release of droplets via small planes, is not an attempt by the Russians to punish and threaten Ukraine or European politicians, is not caused by contaminated vaccines produced by Baxter or other production companies, and is not some kind of New World Order incentive to declaring martial law around the world. The great plague outbreaks, the Black Death, occurred in Europe which obviously has the plague bacillus indiginous in its rat population. At the onset of winter, rats seek shelter indoors, and invade human lodgings. The onset of winter is also a cold and flu season for humans. Traps are set, and in handling the dead rats, those with a cold or mild flu might pull out a hanky to blow their nose. What is causing the spread of the pneumonic plague at this time in the Ukraine is fear of the swine flu. This fear is ramped up by authorities intent on immunizing the public to the greatest extent possible, due to their own fears of another genetically engineered flu virus being released. Thus nervous, those who empty rat traps and wipe their runny nose with a hanky, also put this hanky up as a face mask when encountering others. They thus send any plague bacillus to their lungs, and the cycle begins.
- Pneumonic plague outbreak in Congo sparks WHO response
February 18, 2005
- An unusual outbreak of pneumonic plague that has killed at least 61 people and potentially sickened hundreds of others is the focus of a World Health Organization (WHO) mission in a war-torn area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Plague is endemic in the northeastern province of Orientale, near Uganda, but this outbreak is unusual because it appears to be exclusively the pneumonic form of plague, which accounts for only 2% of reported plague cases overall. The pneumonic form can spread from person to person via aerosolized bacteria, bypassing the usual route of flea bites or infective materials. Antibiotics can treat the disease and prevent a secondary outbreak.
- Quarantine: Pneumonic Plague Outbreak in China
August 9, 2009
- Pneumonic plague has killed three during a recent outbreak which began at the end of July. Pneumonic plague is extremely rare, but is the most deadly type of plague. Since the start of the outbreak, nine additional human infections with Yersinia pestis, the bacteria which causes plague, have been confirmed in this Tibetan Area of Qinghai Province. The threat of disease spread was considered serious enough that the Chinese authorities took aggressive measures to keep 10,000 inhabitants of Qinghai province under quarantine.