The bird flu
outbreak is not real.
That should be
everyone's starting point - with everything, really - assume the
media is lying and wait for them to prove they're not.
the fates seem to converge and every single item in the "news"
herds public opinion in the same direction and serves
the same agenda,
flu definitely does.
Soaring poverty. Rationing. The cost of living crisis...
all part of the
Great Reset agenda.
In pursuit of
that agenda, over the last two years,
they destroyed small
businesses and wrecked the economy
they have driven truckers
out of work and broken supply lines
they have started a war
between two of the biggest exporters of wheat in the world
have driven up the price of petrol and natural gas
Bird flu fits
this pattern perfectly.
The price of poultry and eggs is set to
skyrocket... and just days before Easter.
We know they
just faked a pandemic in humans.
they can't - or won't - do the same for chickens?
of you still have faith in the headlines, maybe you haven't
developed that spidey sense that lets you just know
when something is total bollocks.
And maybe we should make an
argument, lest we fall victim to the "fact-checkers".
So, let's talk
evidence for a quick minute.
talk about how the US government "detects" bird flu
in the Conversation:
[avian influenza], the US Department of Agriculture oversees
routine testing of flocks done by farmers and carries out
federal inspection programs to ensure that eggs and birds
are safe and free of virus [... ] using
molecular diagnostics such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
tests - the same method labs use to detect COVID-19
The USDA does
routine testing of poultry farms using
Remind you of
talk about how world governments are handling the "crisis".
media are reporting a "deadly" bird flu outbreak, The
Guardian claims [emphasis added]:
officials believe nearly 24m poultry birds, mostly chickens
and turkeys, have died of flu since virus
strain identified in February
outlets are taking the same line - reporting million of birds
dying of flu.
Conversation article quoted above says:
As of early
April, the outbreak had CAUSED THE CULLING of
some 23 million birds from Maine to Wyoming"
article in The Scientist claims...
So far this
season, tens of millions of birds have died of disease OR
So, there is
some inconsistency here.
Essentially, we don't know how many
died of "bird flu", or how many were culled with "bird
Now, let's do
some simple math to try and clear up the confusion.
We know the
press are reporting roughly 24 million poultry
deaths in the US.
Wisconsin farmers have culled 2.7
million chickens to "stop the spread".
And we know
Iowa, the USA's leading producer of eggs, has
culled over 13 million chickens.
already 16 million out of our 24 million, or 67% of
the alleged total "killed by the flu" in the US.
So, at least
two thirds of the dead birds - and potentially all
of them - were killed in culls, and NOT by the flu at
And that's just
the US numbers. Other countries are culling too.
France has had
two huge culls of poultry, totaling over 11 million birds.
The UK has
least 2 million since October, despite detecting just 108
cases by late March.
killing millions of birds, and these deaths are being blamed
on the 'flu'...
To sum up, the
backbone of this "bird flu" outbreak is:
testing done using unreliable PCR tests, which can be
manipulated to create false-positive results.
Linguistic ambiguity over causes of death, and
unreliable reporting of casualty numbers.
Governmental over-reactions which "accidentally" make
the problem worse.
of this ringing a bell yet...?
Bird flu is just like
people, telling the same lies, for the same
We all know
where it goes from here.
Just as with
everything else, this will lead to more talk of a food crisis.
France is already warning of poultry shortages, and since the US
is the worlds biggest exporter of eggs and chicken any
disruption there has huge knock effects. The price of eggs and
chicken is already going up.
Just as with
lockdowns, the bird flu "crisis" will hit small local businesses
harder and faster than Big Farma giants (we're already seeing
reports of family farms being
reporting that free-range
birds are more at risk from bird flu (what with being
allowed to go outside and live like normal birds), so organic
sustainable and ethical farming practices will be hit with new
rules that don't apply to corporate meat factories who treat
animals as inanimate objects.
will be used to further advance the war on meat, boosting both
veganism and backers of lab-grown "meat".
are already talking about a new bird flu vaccine for people
and/or birds. In fact, a UK firm announced a new bird flu
vaccine for chicks just
three days ago.
That's some well-timed research, great work.
Good luck being
an "anti-vaxxer" when they make it law to literally inject all
your food with spike proteins or experimental mRNA modifiers or
who knows what else.
And, of course,
if they ever need it to, the "bird flu" can jump from chickens
to humans, and we can have a brand new pandemic, just as the
former head of the CDC predicted the
Like I said at
there is no "bird flu" outbreak, it's just
for chickens. Just more building back better. Just more
It's all the
there is these days...