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I dont generally dislike Willy. I don't disagree with everything he posts, it all needs to be taken with a whole salt shaker(rather than just a grain) but people like him play an important roll in society. Its stupid shit like what he is doing in this thread that bother me and I suspect a majority of his critics. This thread, however unlikely that H5N1 is going to go Human2Human in the coming months, is relatively important. It serves as a reminder of how powerless we are to the forces of nature still. There have been major epidempics/pandemics before and there will be more in the future, it is an inevitability. Right now H5N1 appears to be the most likely candidate.

Unfortunately Willy seemed to interpret the size of the thread as a welcome to politicize it and shit all over it.
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Unfortunately Willy seemed to interpret the size of the thread as a welcome to politicize it and shit all over it.

No, I wanted to highlight the uncomfortable fact that indeed it could be created on purpose for reasons of population control. People automatically run to thier governments to protect them, when in reality it is governments that are least worthy to be trusted. Its like walking through a forest and never looking up.

The Anthrax scare has already been proven to have been an inside job, it was made in US bioweapons facilities, it was aimed directly at senate and media as a threat by the Bushits, otherwise knows as a coup.

If you research the top scientists of the UN, many are sick motherfuckers, eugenicists who openly state the planet is overpopulated and needs to be culled back. I believe this is hapening right now. The Georgia Guidestones and many many other sources state alot of supporting evidence to suspect humanity is being waged war upon by the ruling elite.

watch. If you choose not to believe one aspect of this, it does not mean none of it is true, it means more investigation is needed and there is cause for alarm, and the only way that will happen is if people realise and accept the threat is a very real possibility and call it front and center into the light. Then it can get the momentum it needs to be brought into courts.

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Alright, the diabolic NWO just created the bird flu. Nice.
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not this shit again...

We're not gonna die.

Period.

This coming from a German whose country coined the term "final solution"

Oh the irony.

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India isolates 26 people on bird flu fears

01 Feb 2008 10:09:09 GMT
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By Bappa Majumdar KOLKATA, India, Feb 1 (Reuters) - India put 26 people in isolation after they fell sick while culling poultry in a state affected by bird flu, while medical staff were monitoring hundreds of others, officials said on Friday. Those quarantined in the eastern state of West Bengal complained of fever and respiratory distress over the past few days, but health staff said it was unlikely they had bird flu.India has not reported any human infection of the H5N1 bird flu virus in its four outbreaks of avian influenza since 2006."The preliminary tests for bird flu are negative, but more tests are being conducted and the list of sick people reviewed every day," R.S. Shukla, a senior health official, told Reuters. Bird flu has spread to 13 of West Bengal's 19 districts, spelling trouble for parts of India's poultry business. Egg exports from the world's second largest producer have dropped about 50 percent in the past two weeks, leaving the industry with losses of around $20 million, trade officials said. Consumption of poultry products has fallen to negligible levels in West Bengal, but chicken sales are recovering in the rest of India after an initial wobble when the latest outbreak was announced. Veterinary staff have culled 2.6 million birds, completing what officials said was a successful operation that had brought the bird flu situation under control. The focus now is on hundreds of medical and veterinary workers and villagers who had come into close contact with dead or sick birds. Officials said health staff returning home after the culling operation had been asked to get themselves checked. Dozens of isolation wards had been created in hospitals in the affected districts to handle any sudden rush of suspected human cases. Experts fear the H5N1 strain could mutate into a form easily transmitted from person to person, leading to a pandemic, especially in countries such as India where people live in close proximity to backyard poultry. "We are aware of the consequences of a possible human infection and we are taking all possible measures," Surjya Kanta Mishra, the state's health minister, said. Bird deaths were reported from the north Indian state of Haryana, close to New Delhi, but authorities said preliminary tests for bird flu had turned up negative. "There have been some deaths, but these are due to septicaemia and not avian flu," V.P Nehra, a senior animal husbandry official, said. (Additional reporting by Geetinder Garewal in HARYANA; Editing by Krittivas Mukherjee)
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He's like a bratty child having a temper tantrum. The more you pay attention, the more the kid will put on a show/fuss. If you ignore the child, eventually it will quit.

Just ignore the retard wacko_willy in this thread and he'll go away.
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This thread, however unlikely that H5N1 is going to go Human2Human in the coming months, is relatively important. It serves as a reminder of how powerless we are to the forces of nature still. There have been major epidempics/pandemics before and there will be more in the future, it is an inevitability. Right now H5N1 appears to be the most likely candidate.
I agree. And I again thank curdledvomit for keeping it updated.
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Bangladesh, Pakistan report fresh H5N1 outbreaks


Feb 5, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – Livestock officials in Bangladesh said H5N1 avian influenza outbreaks have now struck poultry in 35 of the country's 64 districts, as officials in India issued a statewide poultry ban in West Bengal, where outbreaks have recently flared in more than half of the districts.

Biddyut Kumar Das, scientific officer for Bangladesh's livestock department, said nearly 50,000 birds were slaughtered on Feb 3, the biggest one-day cull since the virus first surfaced in the country in February 2007, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported today. The birds were slaughtered after officials detected the virus at 10 farms in Kushtia district near Dhaka, the capital, the AFP report said.

"The situation is not good. There is no sign of improvement," Das told AFP.
In India, officials have banned the sale and consumption of poultry throughout West Bengal to control the virus, according to a report from Reuters today. Anisur Rahaman, West Bengal's animal resources minister, said poultry sales had previously been banned only in the 13 districts (out of 19 total) that have reported recent H5N1 outbreaks.

State officials said more than 3.4 million birds have been culled since the outbreak was first reported in mid January, according to Reuters.
Tests for the H5N1 virus were negative for at least 23 people, including veterinary workers, who were being treated in isolation units for suspicious symptoms, Reuters reported. "But we are still keeping a close watch," said Sanchita Bakshi, West Bengal's director of health services,

In related developments, animal health officials in India today accused the country's western neighbor, Bangladesh, of refusing to share genetic test results on H5N1 viruses isolated in poultry outbreaks, according to a Times of India report. The findings would help India determine the source of the outbreaks in West Bengal, the Times report said. India has pointed to Bangladesh as the likely source of the West Bengal outbreaks, according to previous reports.

Bangladeshi officials have told the external affairs ministry that the H5N1 virus strain circulating in the country has not been sequenced, according to the Times report. However, a senior animal husbandry minister who requested anonymity told the Times that a World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) reference laboratory in Weybridge, England, has already sequenced the virus, but can't share the results without clearance from Bangladesh.

Elsewhere, animal health officials in Pakistan yesterday reported two new H5N1 outbreaks at farms near Karachi, according to a report from the OIE. The outbreak killed 4,180 4-week old broiler chickens at the two farms; the remaining 7,518 birds were destroyed to contain the outbreak, according to the OIE report.

Twelve workers from the farm have been isolated and are being tested for the virus by a team from the World Health Organization (WHO), according to a report today from Reuters.

Pakistan's last reported H5N1 outbreak occurred in the remote North-West Frontier province in November 2007, an event linked to a probable family cluster of human H5N1 cases that included the country's first confirmed case.

Meanwhile, authorities in Turkey today confirmed a new H5 outbreak in poultry in the northwestern part of the country, the Anatolia news agency reported today, according to AFP.

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ccurred in a village in Sakarya province, according to a statement released to Anatolia by the governor's office, the AFP report said. Further tests are underway to determine if the virus is the highly pathogenic strain.

A few days earlier, Turkey had reported an avian flu outbreak in the Black Sea coastal town of Samsun, about 370 miles east of Sakarya, according to AFP. The country reported its first H5N1 outbreak of 2008 on Jan 22, according to a report from the OIE. That outbreak hit backyard poultry at a village on the Black Sea coast in the country's northwestern province of Zonguldak.

Animal health officials in Bulgaria reported a highly pathogenic H7 influenza virus in a mallard duck shot by a hunter in Shumen province in the country's northeast, according to a Feb 1 report from the OIE.

See also:
Feb 4 OIE report on Pakistani outbreaks
Feb 1 OIE report on H7 in Bulgaria
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Avian influenza- situation in Indonesia- update 38



Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili Wednesday, 06 February 2008 of human H5N1 avian influenza infection. The first is a 29-year-old female from Tangerang City, Banten Province who developed symptoms on 22 January, was hospitalized on 28 January and died on 2 February. Investigations into the source of her infection are ongoing . The second case is a 38-year-old female from West Jakarta, Jakarta Province who developed symptoms on 24 January 2008, was hospitalized on 26 January and is currently in hospital in a critical condition. Investigations into the source of her infection are ongoing.

Of the 126 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 103 have been fatal.
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Bird flu update: Proper cooking of chickens, eggs advised as virus spreads


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Although the bird flu has been spreading but there is no reason to be panicked. So far 4,61,311 chickens, ducks and pigeons from 179 poultry farms have been culled in 60 upazilas of 37 districts and eight metropolitan thanas since March 2007.

The government has not taken any decision to stop selling of poultry in Dhaka city.

Manik Lal Samaddar, Special Assistant to the Chief Adviser (CA) and also in charge of the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, said this at a press conference at the Ministry Conference Room yesterday.

"The situation is under control and we are trying to keep it controlled," he said and adding that so far Tk 1.27 crore has been distributed as compensation among poultry owners who suffered huge financial loss due to the flu. The compensation money for culled chicken was increased from today (Thursday).

The compensation money was increased to Tk 95 from Tk 80 for backyard-culled chicken while Tk 90 from Tk 70 for layer chickens aged over 12 weeks, he added.

The bird flu has been spreading but there is no reason to be panicked, said Manik Lal and adding, "We have taken various steps to prevent the outbreak of the virus. All out steps have been taken so that it does not infect human body. People have to be aware about the flu and they will have to ensure their own bio-security measures. Instructions were given to the city corporations and municipalities to ensure bio-security."

The virus remains active during the winter but it gradually disappears during the summer, he said.

Prof Mahmudur Rahman, Director of the Health Directorate, said, "There is no risk in eating chickens or eggs if they are full boiled. Those who will cut or cook chickens will have to wash hands with soap or detergent which destroys the virus."

Sunil Chandra Gosh, Director General of Livestock, said the number of chicken culled is about 1.20 lakh and forms have been distributed to register poultry farms.

Syed Ataur Rahman, Secretary for Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, among others, were present at the conference.

Meanwhile, bird flu spread to the country's capital Dhaka and to the port city Chittagong despite efforts by authorities to contain it, said officials of the Livestock yesterday.

Dozens of dead crows found over the last two days in Dhaka have tested positive for H5N1 strain of bird flu. City authorities have ordered a ban on the sale of under stressed chicken in Dhaka markets, they said.

In Chittagong, officials confirmed the spread of bird flu in several farms and also in crows that tested positive for the strain.

Bangladesh Riffles (BDR) yesterday issued a red alert along 138 kilometres of Satkhira border to check the spread of the deadly disease bird flu.

Satkhira-41 Battalion Commanding Officer (CO) Lt Col Abu Mohammad Saidur Rahman said that the red alert has been issued so that no chickens and eggs could be brought there from neighbouring India.

Patrolling of BDR has been intensified along the border area. Local people have also been asked to remain aware of the disease.

It may be mentioned that the bird flu has broken out in an alarming proportion in the Indian state of West Bengal.

In Bangerhat, 3,066 fowls, ducks and pigeons were culled and 2,385 eggs destroyed at Satkhira village in Morelganj upazila yesterday after detection of avian influenza.

Livestock officers conducted the operation with the help of joint forces after detection of H5N1 virus in dead chickens of Farhad Talukder's poultry farm at the village.

They also imposed ban on selling, rearing and carrying chickens, ducks and pigeons in and around one-kilometre areas of the affected farm.

Some 900 chickens of the Farhad's poultry farm died on Sunday and livestock officials collected the samples of some dead chickens and sent those for laboratory test.

After getting the test report of the bird flu on Tuesday night they immediately conducted the drive at two poultry farms and 134 houses in the area. There are some 900 poultry farms in the district, according to the government count.
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Businesses warned about flu pandemic

[Posted: Mon 11/02/2008 by Deborah Condon]
Irish businesses have been urged to start planning for an imminent flu pandemic.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the probability of a new global influenza pandemic is 100%. Speaking at a briefing on this issue aimed at Irish businesses, British Airways chief executive, Willie Walsh, said that the necessary controls need to be put in place now.

“The threat of a flu pandemic is very real, so it is vital that businesses put the necessary controls in place now through proper continuity planning. As with all major adverse events, this planning means they will be prepared in advance and will help them to avoid major financial losses when it does happen”, Mr Walsh said.

He added that British Airways has taken the threat seriously and has created a business continuity plan should a pandemic hit.

“I would recommend that Irish businesses do the same. It goes without saying that continuity planning is an integral part of any business’ operations, regardless of its size”, Mr Walsh said.

According to the WHO, the risk of a flu pandemic has reached ‘WHO Phase 3’ of its six-phase risk assessment process. At this phase, an influenza virus subtype is causing disease in humans – in this case, the bird flu H5N1 subtype – but has yet to begin spreading efficiently and sustainably between humans.

“The WHO has been monitoring the H5N1 strain of influenza for a number of years. This virus already has the ability to transfer from birds to humans and we feel that it is only a matter of time before it or a variant can be transmitted easily from human to human”, said Dr Mary Horgan, a consultant in infectious diseases at Cork University Hospital.

She said that it is important for businesses to have a ‘pandemic preparedness plan’ in place, including the stockpiling of antivirals, such as Tamiflu.

“Waiting until an outbreak occurs to acquire antivirals is ill advised, as it will be impossible to stockpile after an outbreak occurs due to production and supply chain constraints”, Dr Horgan added.

An economic impact assessment, which was also discussed at the meeting, estimated that a severe influenza pandemic could cost the Irish economy €2 billion, due to loss of productivity.

The briefing was held in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin.
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FluForecast(R) Replikin Count(TM) Predicts That the H5N1 Cycle Which Began in 1996 Is Now Over

BOSTON, Feb. 11, 2008 -- Replikins Ltd. announced that the quantitative analysis of Replikin Count(TM) in the virus gene structure predicts that the current H5N1 cycle is over. Sporadic outbreaks may continue, but the rapid epidemic spread and high mortality characteristics are expected to subside - until the next rapid replication cycle of this or another influenza virus strain begins.

140,000 virus protein sequences were analyzed by FluForecast(R) software in this study. A key gene, the Replikin Peak Gene, was found to contain the highest concentration of replikins in the virus genome. In H5N1 reservoirs in chickens, the Replikin Count(TM) has now decreased markedly, successively each year from 2004 to 2007. The Replikin count in human H5N1 also has decreased in the past year. All stated increases and decreases were statistically significant with a p value of less than 0.001.

The current H5N1 cycle of bird flu began in 1996 with a pre-symptomatic increase in the Replikin count, followed in 1997 by the Hong Kong outbreak, then by a decline in Replikin count in 1998-1999 with culling, followed by increases in the count in 2001 and 2004 providing advance warning of the further outbreaks which occurred in Asia. An increase in the Replikin count in human H5N1 in 2006 specifically predicted the increase in H5N1 lethality in humans, and that the first country to show this increase would be Indonesia. These predictions were proven correct in 2006-2007.

The last two influenza pandemics of 1957 (H2N2) and 1968 (H3N2), and the SARS outbreak of 2003, were also each preceded by an increase in the Replikin count, and in each case, a strain-specific decrease in the count several years later signaled that the cycle was over. Sporadic outbreaks of H3N2 for example have occurred thereafter, but the rapid epidemic spread and high mortality characteristics have not reappeared.

It has not been possible previously to predict in advance from changes in the structure of the virus the coming of epidemics or their cessation. This is now possible because of the discovery of the replikins, specific small peptide constituents of virus proteins whose concentration has been shown to be related quantitatively to rapid replication and epidemics.

FluForecast(R) is a product and service of Replikins Ltd. and Replikins, LLC, 38 The Fenway, Boston MA 02215. See also http://www.replikins.com. Contact: sbogoch@replikins.com; Tel. 646-320-5910; 617-536-0220.
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hmmmmm, so does this mean a pandemic is averted?

I don't think so.

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H5N1 strikes birds in Laos

Feb 12, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – Agriculture officials in Laos have reported an H5N1 avian influenza outbreak in poultry in a northwestern province, the country's first outbreak in about a year.
A Lao newspaper reported today that the outbreak hit birds in Louang Namtha province, according to Xinhua, China's state news agency. About 600 poultry in Nam Ma village died last week, and samples from the birds were positive for H5N1, Bounkhouang Khambounheuang, head of the livestock and fisheries department, told the Lao media.
The department banned the movement and sale of poultry and eggs in the village, sprayed flocks with disinfectants, and said it would cull poultry within a 1-kilometer radius of the village, Xinhua reported.
The last H5N1 outbreaks in Laos were reported about a year ago, when the virus struck birds in and around the capital, Vientiane, as well as in Savannakhet and Champasak provinces, according to reports from the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE).
Elsewhere, agriculture officials in Bangladesh reported that H5N1 outbreaks have struck 40 of the country's 64 districts, according to Feb 10 report from Reuters. Workers culled 12,000 more bids after chickens in the northeastern part of the country died of the virus, the report said.
Bangladesh has culled 560,000 birds on 228 farms since H5N1 first surfaced in the country in March 2007, The Independent, one of the country's English language newspapers, reported today, according to Xinhua.
Livestock minister Maniklal Samaddar has said 823 people have been tested and found to be free of the H5N1 virus, Xinhua reported. He said the government is trying to raise the public's awareness about the virus by sending letters to local government leaders, teachers, and imams of mosques.
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