More Human Bird Flu Cases Are Likely

More Human Bird Flu Cases Are Likely

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:


The mainstream media is ramping up the fear of bird flu. It’s saying that more avian influenza cases in humans are likely to occur. The “highly contagious” bird flu strain is infecting mammals all over the U.S.,  and it is probably only a matter of time before humans can transmit the virus to each other.

Yahoo Finance says that the reason there’s only been one human bird flu case that we know about (the dairy worker in Texas) is because the ruling class isn’t doing enough testing. There is extremely limited testing of people underway to detect it. State governments and farm owners have kept Centers for Disease Control and Prevention teams from conducting on-the-ground investigations that would offer a fuller picture of the prevalence of the virus in humans.


The media is lamenting that the CDC doesn’t have enough “power” to conduct testing and mass surveillance. The agency does not have authorization to carry out on-the-ground investigations without an invitation, and the states that have confirmed infected cattle say they have not made such an overture to the agency.

“The CDC is not able to go in and do the type of testing and investigative work they need to do,” Abraar Karan, an infectious disease researcher at Stanford University, said. “That’s a huge problem and it’s a blatant issue.”

Even though the ruling class and it’s media are saying that the risk to humans is still “low”, they want a massive surveillance and testing state rolled out to prevent another plandemic.

“We’re playing with fire,” said Sam Scarpino, a professor at Northeastern University, who helped lead pathogen surveillance at the Rockefeller Foundation during the coronavirus pandemic. “We’re really not doing the surveillance to say that it’s not here.”

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