January 2, 2012
A Chinese man infected with the H5N1 bird flu virus died on Saturday, marking China’s first case of the disease in humans in 18 months.
Killing around 60% of those infected, experts have consistently warned about the dangers of the bird flu virus and the potential bioterrism threat posed by the heavy mutation of the virus to be hyper-contagious.
While there has been no indication that this is a result of a weaponized strain of the virus, the affected man is reported to live in the Chinese city of Henzhen, a metropolis of 10 million people. In the event that the virus were to be weaponized, it could result in millions of deaths.
Amazingly, despite concerns over the study being released to the public, the World Health Organization (WHO) has actually stated that such research ‘must’ continue. The organization also failed to mention the fact that the full release could threaten millions of lives, stating that it “has risks.”
In response to the study potentially being released, the WHO stated:
While it is clear that conducting research to gain such knowledge must continue, it is also clear that certain research, and especially that which can generate more dangerous forms of the virus than those which already exist, has risks (emphasis added).
Some such research includes mutating and weaponizing the bird flu strain in order to create H5N1 bird flu vaccines. These vaccines will be created to ‘treat’ the 573 bird flu cases reported since 2003. Meanwhile, the results of such research actually threatens the lives of 60% of the entire globe based upon the projected death rate of the virus.
It is essential to boost your immune system in order to prevent all types of flu, not just bird or swine. In addition to generating or supplementing with enough vitamin D to slash your risk in half, you should avoid processed foods, eat a diet high in nutrient-dense foods, and drink half your body weight in ounces of purified water each day.
This article was posted: Monday, January 2, 2012 at 9:10 am