‘Bird flu pandemic’ scaremongering ramps up before presidential election
Scaremongering over a potential bird flu pandemic “100 times worse than COVID” has begun ramping up.

Keean Bexte

April 5, 2024

Scaremongering over a potential bird flu pandemic “100 times worse than COVID” has begun ramping up months before the American presidential election, just like COVID before the last one.

‘Bird flu pandemic’ scaremongering ramps up before presidential election

The “100 times worse than COVID” bit comes from John Fulton, a vaccine consultant.

“This appears to be 100 times worse than Covid, or it could be if it mutates and maintains its high case fatality rate,” Fulton said, as reported by the Daily Mail.

“Once it’s mutated to infect humans, we can only hope that the [fatality rate] drops.”

Daily Mail has also quoted bird flu expert Suresh Kuchipudi as saying “This virus [has been] on the top of the pandemic list for many, many years and probably decades… And now we are getting dangerously close to this virus potentially causing a pandemic.”

He added that “In my view, I think this is a virus that has the greatest pandemic threat [that is] playing out in plain sight and globally present.”

Earlier this week, media around the world began taking note of instances of dairy cows being infected with bird flu in Texas, culminating in one person in contact with the cows also being infected with the disease. There are also possible instances of dairy cows being infected in New Mexico and Idaho, which are currently under investigation.

International organizations are recommending a ‘One Health’ approach

The European Food Safety Authority has since released statements saying that they are monitoring the situation and working on a full report on how an avian flu pandemic might unfold, advocating a “One Health” approach to monitoring the situation, i.e., a global, top-down approach much like what was seen during COVID.

It should also be noted that this approach is the one advocated by the World Health Organization, which has been pestering countries to sign their legally binding pandemic treaty that many fear would lead to countries ceding power to the WHO during pandemics and even grant the unelected organization the power to declare when a pandemic is occurring. The deadline to finalize and sign the treaty is next month and negotiations are underway.

As for the World Health Organization and bird flu, a recent report from the organization focusing on another instance of human infection with bird flu in Vietnam also warns that bird flu has a fatality rate of 52% in humans, but the risk of infection remains low.

They also said, “Human infection with avian influenza A(H10N5) is unusual; however, given the sporadic nature of human infection with H10Nx, this is not an unexpected event. There is no evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission of influenza A(H10Nx),” adding that human infections should be monitored.

Meanwhile, the CDC say they are taking the situation “very seriously”.

In an interview with the Washington Post, CDC Director Mandy Cohen said, “CDC and the whole U.S. government is taking this situation very seriously. We had not seen avian flu in cattle prior to last week. That is new. It’s a reservoir for virus to circulate and potentially change.”

Eerie similarities between this scare and COVID

Coincidentally, it was revealed months ago that the US and China have been collaborating with infecting birds, specifically ducks and geese, with different strains of the virus to make it more infectious and study its transmissibility since 2021, despite concerns it could lead to a pandemic similar to COVID.

Additionally, and also totally coincidentally, vaccine manufacturers began developing and testing bird flu shots for humans ‘just in case’ last year, saying they could produce millions of shots in months—just like with COVID—should the need ever arise.

According to a March 2023 article from Reuters, “Some of the world’s leading makers of flu vaccines say they could make hundreds of millions of bird flu shots for humans within months if a new strain of avian influenza ever jumps across the species divide.”

Orders for these vaccines have already been placed apparently, with those intended for humans “earmarked for wealthy countries in long-standing preparedness contracts”.

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