by Paul Joseph Watson

January 3, 2011
from PrisonPlanet Website


2009 H1N1 outbreak

was proven to be contrived hoax

Big Pharma is licking its lips at the prospect of cashing in on a second round of the swine flu epidemic, despite the fact that the first outbreak of the virus in 2009 was proven to be a contrived hoax perpetrated by pharmaceutical companies in concert with the World Health Organization (WHO).

Flu experts in Britain are warning that an H1N1 epidemic is weeks away as 9 million children prepare to return to school after the Christmas holiday. There have been 36 deaths from swine flu in Britain since October.

However, with skyrocketing numbers of people in the British Isles refusing to take flu vaccines after their dangers were widely publicized, prepare for the situation to be swiftly exploited by the establishment who will push fears of a pandemic to coerce people into taking mercury-laden shots that have been linked with paralyzing neurological disorders, convulsions, and deaths.

A Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe found that the 2009 H1N1 outbreak was exaggerated by pharmaceutical giants as a ruse to make vast profits from the sale of dangerous and unnecessary vaccines.

Chair of the Council of Europe’s Sub-committee on Health Wolfgang Wodarg said that,

governments were “threatened” by special interest groups within the pharmaceutical industry as well as the WHO to buy the vaccines and inject their populations without any reasonable scientific reason for doing so.


Wodarg said he was alarmed when the WHO cited early cases in Mexico as a threat and quickly moved to pandemic status, despite the fact that the cases were relatively mild and the virus was not new.

“This was the mildest flu ever and the people were much more clever than the government so we have to find out what was going on with WHO - why did they do this pandemic alarm,” asked Wodarg, noting that pharmaceutical interests within the World Health Organization were instrumental in creating the panic and reaping the financial dividends.

Wodarg said there was “no other explanation” for what happened than the fact that the WHO worked in cahoots with the pharmaceutical industry to manufacture the panic in order to generate vast profits, labeling the entire episode a hoax.

He also explained how health authorities were “already waiting for something to happen(below Additional Information) before the pandemic started and then exploited the virus for their own purposes.

Any new attempt by health authorities to hastily declare a new pandemic emergency should be treated with the utmost suspicion given the fact that these same entities were caught lying and scheming in 2009 to manufacture fearmongering surrounding swine flu in order to cash in to the tune of billions.





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Japan on Alert After Finding Dead Birds
January 3, 2011

from UPI Website

TOKYO, Jan. 3 (UPI)

Recent discovery of several dead migratory birds in Japan has raised concerns about H5NI avian influenza, avian experts said.

Bird sanctuaries, poultry farms and zoos were put on high alert last month after the migratory birds in some region were found dead, The New York Times reported Monday.

The Times cited Japanese media reports collected by ProMED, which monitors disease outbreaks. The reports included one that a hooded crane was found dead on the Izumi Plain in Kagoshima Prefecture in southern Japan, the largest wild crane wintering site and the nation's leading poultry-raising area.

The reports said 23 birds were found dead following a search in Tottori in the north. The birds were being tested.

In Toyama Prefecture, also in the north, a dead mute swan led to inspections of nearby poultry farms. In Hyogo Prefecture on Japan's Inland Sea, officials decided to stop displaying white storks, a national treasure, to prevent exposure to any likely infected wild birds.



Deaths of birds and fish en masse stir end-times theories

by Jill Rosen
January 6, 2011

from LosAngelesTimes Website


Bizarre reports of washed-up fish and downed birds have many people scratching their heads, and jumping to conclusions.

Dead spot and croaker fill a shoreline in Stevensville, Md. Millions

of the fish are believed to have died in Chesapeake Bay.

Scientists blame the frigid water temperature.

(Charles Poukish, Associated Press / January 6, 2011)

Reporting from Baltimore -
After millions of tiny fish went belly up in Chesapeake Bay this week, much of the populace immediately dismissed the official scientific explanation (the water was just too darn cold). What made more sense, they reasoned?

The approaching apocalypse. Of course.

The troubling fish kill, coming as it did on top of reports of birds in Arkansas and Louisiana falling from the sky en masse, had some scratching their heads.


And jumping to conclusions.

"Is American Wildlife Cursed?" AOL asked in a headline over a story that began, "Maybe it's time to start storing those emergency food rations."

Conspiracy theories raged on blogs, Facebook and Twitter.


People sent countless panicky tweets, including:

  • "So they['re] blaming dead birds on loud noises and dead fish on the water being too cold.... Are we supposed to believe that?!?"

  • "Between all these dead birds and fish around the USA, I think 2012 may be it after all, drink up gang."

Some were more to the point:


Though officials in Maryland immediately explained what caused the deaths of millions of spot and croaker, people weren't willing to buy "cold-water stress" - not with so much other environmental upheaval underway.

First, in Arkansas, 83,000 dead drum fish washed up along the Arkansas River. Then, on New Year's Day over the small town of Beebe, about 100 miles from the dead fish, as many as 5,000 red-winged blackbirds fell to the ground, dead.

Alfred Hitchcock might have envied the austere shots of horror captured on film - all those still birds lying on highways, sidewalks and the brown grass of winter lawns. The cause of their deaths only deepened people's unease: blunt-force trauma.

Blunt-force trauma? What?

Then, a couple of days later in Louisiana, hundreds more birds - blackbirds, starlings, brown-headed cowbirds and grackles - expired in a similarly bizarre fashion.

Theories about how that could happen, not once but twice, flew faster than feathers. Hail. Lightning. Power lines. New Year's Eve fireworks.

George Washington University religion professor Paul Duff, who has studied the Book of Revelation and the apocalypse, didn't seem particularly alarmed about all this when reached for comment Wednesday.


In fact, he wasn't even gathering food rations; he was catching up on work in his office.

"There has not been a generation that has not cried, 'The end is near,' " he said.

Duff said the disturbing nature of the wildlife deaths, combined with the unanswered questions behind some of them, create the perfect climate for a doomsday plot.

Even if all the poor birds and rotting fish portend nothing in the end, Duff has little doubt that the apocalyptically inclined will not drop their case.

"When they expect [doomsday] to come and it doesn't, they don't give up that belief," he said. "They'll just recalculate. And push [the date] forward again."