Extremely Suspicious: The Return of the Plague? By Brian Simpson

In the 14th century the bubonic plague, also called the Black Death, killed between 30 to 50 percent of the European population, perhaps 50 million people. Although in our anti-White, pro-Asian culture it seems to be denied, the previous popular account of the origin of the Black Death, was that it was carried by infected rodents by merchants and travellers on the Silk roads from China. Another account has Genghis Khan spreading the plague via biological warfare in attacks upon cities using plague-infected corpses being flung over their walls.


But didn't the plague just disappear? Apparently not, there has been a recently reported case in Colorado:


"A person in Pueblo County, Colorado, about 100 miles south of Denver, has been infected with bubonic plague, local health officials said Monday.

Last week, state and local officials identified the case based on preliminary test results. Trysten Garcia, a spokesperson for the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment, said in an email Tuesday morning it was bubonic plague. Earlier announcements had been more general, stating it was "plague." The infection was initially reported on Friday. The department said the person was hospitalized for bubonic plague but their condition improved. Because plague is endemic locally, it's hard to pinpoint the source of infection, Garcia said."

There have previously been other isolated cases of the plague in the US, with one person dying.The question to be asked here is where has this come from? This was a disease that had died out, it was supposed. While a few cases are not reason for alarm, the possibility exists that the bacteria causing the plague could be yet another escapee from any number of bioweapons facilities. 



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