Say “Hello” to the Next Plandemic! By Brian Simpson

I have been watching the so-called bird flu H5N1 crisis develop over the months. The virus has been on a relentless march to infect humans, moving up the animal scale from birds, where it devasted the US poultry industry, right up to cows, where it threatened the milk supply, and now humans. That evolutionary path, made in record time, should make a person with some knowledge of evolutionary biology, highly suspicious, as these species jumps do not normally occur, and when they do, it takes much longer for random mutations to work their genetic transmutation. The entire event is extremely improbable as a purely natural evolutionary occurrence.

Australia now has its first case of bird flu from a child returning to Victoria. As detailed below, the health authorities are not yet freaking out, as they say that transmission of the virus at present is a low probability, but clearly possible, so the conditions for epidemic spread are not yet met. My guess here, and this is where my cynical conspiracy theory nature comes into play, is that now we have seen these cases both here and in the United States, we can expect to see further cases, and then the surprise announcement of a new plandemic. The present stalemate of the World Health Organization pandemic treaty has been a temporary setback to the globalists, but a new pandemic, and a radical failure of local policy, just with Covid, could be the next step.

We thus need to get ready for bird flu. The problem here is that this time round, the elites are going to need a virus with real teeth to get the required level of social obedience, so it will likely be the "bodies in the street," 1918 scenario.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-05-22/bird-flu-avian-influenza-human-detection/103879886...

"Australia has recorded its first ever human case of one particular strain of the bird flu, after H5N1 avian influenza was detected in a child travelling home to Victoria.

The Victorian Department of Health confirmed the child returning to the country became unwell in March and subsequently tested positive to the avian influenza, also known as bird flu.

"The child experienced a severe infection but is no longer unwell and has made a full recovery," the spokesperson said.

"Contact tracing has not identified any further cases of avian influenza connected to this case."

The department reassured the community that the chances of additional human cases was "very low".

"Avian influenza does not easily spread between people," the spokesperson said.

Case not linked to egg farm outbreak

Avian influenza is an infectious viral disease of birds that is not commonly detected in humans.

There are many strains of avian influenza and the Department of Health said "most of them don't infect humans".

"Some subtypes, including H5N1, are more likely to cause disease and death in poultry," a spokesperson said.

Australia's Department of Health said while this is the first case of the H5N1 strain, there have been previously reported human infections of other strains.

"In March 2010, an outbreak of low pathogenicity avian influenza a (H10N7) occurred on a chicken farm in Australia," a spokesperson said.

"After processing clinically normal birds from the farm, 7 abattoir workers reported conjunctivitis and minor upper respiratory tract symptoms."

Influenza virus A subtype H10 infection was detected in two workers.

There is a current outbreak of the H5N1 strain in other parts of the world including in dairy cows in the United States of America.

One dairy worker in America recently tested positive to the virus.

It comes as hundreds of thousands of chickens at an egg farm in Victoria were being euthanised after the disease was detected there.

The property near Meredith, in the state's west, is in quarantine.

The Department of Health said the Victorian child has no links to the egg farm outbreak.

Bird flu in poultry was last detected in Australia in 2020." 

 

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