Sunday, May 3, 2009

1918 Spanish Influenza : What To Expect in 2009

"Margaret Chan, the agency’s director-general, told the Financial Times that the end of the flu season in the northern hemisphere meant an initial outbreak could be milder but then a second wave more lethal, as happened in 1918."

Vault-Co says this virus was engineered to produce the very same pattern that was observed in 1918, likely by using recombinant DNA derived from the 1918 virus itself.

It's a brilliant plan. Just when civil unrest will grow to unmanageable levels from the economic fallout of the summer, they can keep everybody inside their houses and terrified of one another with only the benevolent government to manage the "crisis." Part of me always has a certain begrudging admiration of these guys.

“We hope the virus fizzles out, because if it doesn’t we are heading for a big outbreak.” But she said: “I’m not predicting the pandemic will blow up, but if I miss it and we don’t prepare, I fail. I’d rather over-prepare than not prepare.”

Itz coming. Pack your rice and fill your water reservoir.

P.S. The most effective disinfectant and storage stabilizer for water is 5% food grade hydrogen peroxide, one drop to one gallon. Even with peroxide you'll still have to keep your water out of the sun or covered with blackout tarp to prevent growth of algae in the water.

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