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Dr. Bill Deagle: Ukraine Flu Bio-Weapon Attack. Satanic Depopulation Agenda!

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November 23, 2009 Posted by | Medicine & Health | , , , , | 4 Comments

1918 RBD D225G in Lung Cases in the United States!

  • Looks like it has started in America, the RBD D225G DNA sequence that is. Some additional factors may be involved to make it so deadly in Ukraine. Could it be bio-weapon chemical spraying by airplanes as many Ukrainians have highlighted during end October? This would not surprise me a bit. Watch the video above about an incident in America.
    Recombinomics Commentary 10:27
    November 23, 2009
    Betsy McKay: I just wanted to follow-up on the question about the mutation in Norway.  I wondered if you could talk a little bit more about is it possible that this mutation has produced a more virulent form and what has CDC uncovered through its own work? 
    Anne Schuchat:  this mutation has been seen sporadically here and there around the world.  Sometimes it’s been seen in patients who had very mild disease and sometimes it’s been seen in people who had more severe or fatal disease.  And, of course, lots of virus without this mutation has been seen in the fatal as well as the milder forms of H1N1 influenza.  There’s some theoretical reasons why this particular mutation might lead an influenza virus to live easier in the deep part of the lungs and cause lower respiratory infections, but we’ve actually seen lower respiratory infections in a severe viral pneumonia without this mutation.  So I think it’s too soon to say what this will mean long term.  It’s an important finding and they’re looking into it, but I don’t think it has the public health implications that we would wonder about.  Did you have a second question?  Oh, what have we seen so far?  I believe it’s been seen in the U.S. But associated with mild disease.  I believe.  I might need to verify that.  Do we have another from the room?  Okay.  We’ll go back to the phone. 
    The above comments are from the latest CDC update and regard the receptor binding domain change, D225G, which has recently been reported in Ukraine and Norway.  This change was also identified in 1918 and 1919 fatal lung cases and the change has been targeted in receptor binding domain studies.  These studies showed that the 1918 H1N1 with D225G was able to bind to gal alpha 2,3 and gal alpha 2,6, in contrast to the 1918 sequences with wild type D225, which targeted alpha 2,6.
    studies have also demonstrated that alpha 2,3 receptors are on alveolar epithelial type II cells, which regulate lung surface tension as well as immunological defenses which include the release of cytokines.  Binding of H1N1 to these cells could have significance clinical implications, which is support by the recently published sequences which identifies D225G in lung and trachea samples form fatally infected patients.  The cases in Ukraine were also linked to hemorrhagic disease and the CDC sent out a warning on such cases due to sporadic reports in the United States.
    The above response fails to note the identity between the receptor binding domain change in Norway and Ukraine and responses to that alert.  Moreover, media reports on fatal cases that develop ARDS in association with hemorrhagic disease in the United States continues to increase. Details on the number and location of cases reported in response to the CDC alert would be useful.


November 23, 2009 Posted by | Medicine & Health | , | 3 Comments

1918 RBD D225G in Lung Cases in Ukraine and Norway!

  • The Ukraine mystery flu has all the markings of a deliberate bio-weapon attack. Why would the 1918 RBD D225D signature sequence appear in Ukraine and Norway (Russia too!)? The 1918 flu strain was resurrected some years back by scientists ‘to study it’. Yeah right, just to study it. Now, after many years of warning by the PTB about a coming deadly flu pandemic, the 1918 strain re-appears coincidentally. C’mon! This is all an engineered depopulation Satanic agenda! What better way to force through legislation to microchip everyone.
    Thus, these silent (synonymous) changes string argue against a coincidental spontaneous mutation, and instead argue that this acquisition is concurrently acquired because of a widespread common donor.
    Recombinomics Commentary 11:29
    November 21, 2009
    For the two 1918 HA variants, the South Carolina (SC) HA (with Asp190, Asp225) bound exclusively alpha2-6 receptors, while the New York (NY) variant, which differed only by one residue (Gly225), had mixed alpha2-6/alpha2-3 specificity, especially for sulfated oligosaccharides.
    The above description is from a paper analyzing receptor binding domain differences in sequences from the 1918 pandemic.  The New York variant had D225G, the same change found in lung tissues from fatal swine H1N1 sequences in Brazil, Ukraine, and Norway.  The above result clearly demonstrated a change in receptor specificity for D225G, which was present in A/New York/1/1918 and A/London/1/1919, demonstrating the same change I 1918 that has been described in 2009.  Although WHO stated that this change was “not significant” in the Ukraine samples, it was associated with the fatal cases and is cause for concern.  The concern was increased by the announcement from Norway indicating the same change was found in fatal H1N1 lung infections there also.
    lthough there have been comments that this change was “spontaneous” and did not spread, the finding of the same change in all four deceased patients in Ukraine from two distinct locations, indicates it did spread, as did the finding of the same change in multiple cases in Brazil and Norway.  Although the concept of “random mutation” has been used to explain away the sudden appearance of the same polymorphism on multiple backgrounds, the appearance via recombination is a much stronger argument for the same change to appear at multiple locations at the same time.
    The spontaneous mutation theory, which is the foundation of WHO policy and statements on significance of changes relies heavily on a “selection” component, arguing that the same change keeps appearing on different backgrounds because of string selection pressure.  However, this same phenomenon was described for a silent mutation on H5N1, which offers no clear selection pressure.  Similarly, a silent change was also found in seasonal H1N1 in sequences that had acquired the Tamiflu resistance marker, H274Y.  Thus, these silent (synonymous) changes string argue against a coincidental spontaneous mutation, and instead argue that this acquisition is concurrently acquired because of a widespread common donor.
    The concept of acquisition via recombination has serious implications for the current pandemic.  It was used to predict the D225G change, in part because the change was “in play” and appearing in July/August sequences at increasing frequency, even though the H1N1 sequences represented different genetic backgrounds.  Similarly the clusters of Tamiflu resistance in Wales
     and North Carolina are also driven by recombination, as happened when the identical change was acquired in H1N1 seasonal flu in patients who were not taking Tamiflu (oseltamivir).
    Thus, the concept of recombination predicts that the D225G receptor binding domain change, and the H274Y Tamiflu resistance change, which continue to spread via recombination .


November 23, 2009 Posted by | Medicine & Health | , , , | 2 Comments

US Builds Up Its Bases In Oil-Rich South America!

  • War is planned for South America! Their leaders are under no illusion as to who the enemy is. It is the large bankster controlled industrial corporations, Big Oil, the military industrial complex (MIC) and their politician puppets who run America. Of course, the PTB will cook up some fantasy reason/excuse like Venezuela supporting terrorism, supporting Al Qaeda, supporting the drug trade….etc.. How long before the action starts? Lindsey Williams said that war is planned after 2 years. I believe it is a good reference schedule.
    From the Caribbean to Brazil, political opposition to US plans for ‘full-spectrum operations’ is escalating rapidly
    The United States is massively building up its potential for nuclear and non-nuclear strikes in Latin America and the Caribbean by acquiring unprecedented freedom of action in seven new military, naval and air bases in Colombia. The development – and the reaction of Latin American leaders to it – is further exacerbating America’s already fractured relationship with much of the continent.
    The new US push is part of an effort to counter the loss of influence it has suffered recently at the hands of a new generation of Latin American leaders no longer willing to accept Washington’s political and economic tutelage. President Rafael Correa, for instance, has refused to prolong the US armed presence in Ecuador, and US forces have to quit their base at the port of Manta by the end of next month.
    So Washington turned to Colombia, which has not gone down well in the region. The country has received military aid worth $4.6bn (£2.8bn) from the US since 2000, despite its poor human rights record. Colombian forces regularly kill the country’s indigenous people and other civilians, and last year raided the territory of its southern neighbour, Ecuador, causing at least 17 deaths.
    President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, who has not forgotten that US officers were present in government offices in Caracas in 2002 when he was briefly overthrown in a military putsch, warned this month that the bases agreement could mean the possibility of war with Colombia. In August, President Evo Morales of Bolivia called for the outlawing of foreign military bases in the region. President Manuel Zelaya of Honduras, overthrown in a military coup d’état in June and initially exiled, has complained that US forces stationed at the Honduran base of Palmerola collaborated with Roberto Micheletti, the leader of the plotters and the man who claims to be president.
    And, this being US foreign policy, a tell-tale trail of oil is evident. Brazil had already expressed its unhappiness at the presence of US naval vessels in its massive new offshore oilfields off Rio de Janeiro, destined soon to make Brazil a giant oil producer eligible for membership in Opec. 
    The fact that the US gets half its oil from Latin America was one of the reasons the US Fourth Fleet was re-established in the region’s waters in 2008. The fleet’s vessels can include Polaris nuclear-armed submarines – a deployment seen by some experts as a violation of the 1967 Tlatelolco Treaty, which bans nuclear weapons from the continent. 
    Indications of US willingness to envisage the stationing of nuclear weapons in Colombia are seen as an additional threat to the spirit of nuclear disarmament. After the establishment of the Tlatelolco Treaty in 1967, four more nuclear-weapon-free zones were set up in Africa, the South Pacific, South-east Asia and Central Asia. Between them, the five treaties cover nearly two-thirds of the countries of the world and almost all the southern hemisphere.
    Much of the new US strategy was clearly set out in May in an enthusiastic US Air Force (USAF) proposal for its military construction programme for the fiscal year 2010. One Colombian air base, Palanquero, was, the proposal said, unique “in a critical sub-region of our hemisphere where security and stability is under constant threat from… anti-US governments”.
    The proposal sets out a scheme to develop Palanquero which, the USAF says, offers an opportunity for conducting “full-spectrum operations throughout South America…. It also supports mobility missions by providing access to the entire continent, except the Cape Horn region, if fuel is available, and over half the continent if un-refuelled”. (“Full-spectrum operations” is the Pentagon’s jargon for its long-established goal of securing crushing military superiority with atomic and conventional weapons across the globe and in space.)
    The USAF proposal contradicted the assurances constantly issued by US diplomats that the bases would not be used against third countries. These were repeated by the Colombian military to the Colombian congress on 29 July. That USAF proposal was hastily reissued this month after the signature of the agreement – but without the reference to “anti-US governments”. This has led to suggestions of either US government incompetence, or of a battle between a gung-ho USAF and a State Department conscious of the damage done to US relations with Latin America by its leaders’ strong objections to the proposal.


November 23, 2009 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , | 7 Comments

Scientific Breakthrough: Liberation Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis!

  • This is really great news! It is absolutely credible. I am quite sure Big Pharma will start their dis-information to dis-credit this ‘Liberation Treatment’. They stand to lose billions in sales for their MS drugs. However, I doubt that they will be successful in their dis-information campaign. The problem of MS and the solution is so simple:  angioplasty of the blocked drainage vein of the brain (see video at bottom of post). The treatment is inexpensive, safe and most surgeons already can perform it! Please spread the news to as many as need it. (I am not able to embed the videos found on CTV W5 News CanadaGoto site and watch them. They are worth watching! See also Globe and Mail article!)
    The Liberation Treatment: A whole new approach to MS
    Dr. Paolo Zamboni, a former vascular surgeon and professor at the University of Ferrara in northern Italy, began asking questions about the debilitating condition a decade ago, when his wife Elena, now 51, was diagnosed with MS.
    Watching his wife Elena struggle with the fatigue, muscle weakness and visual problems of MS led Zamboni to begin an intense personal search for the cause of her disease. He found that scientists who had studied the brains of MS patients had noticed higher levels of iron in their brain, not accounted for by age. The iron deposits had a unique pattern, often forming in the core of the brain, clustered around the veins that normally drain blood from the head. No one had ever fully explained this phenomenon, considering the excess iron a toxic byproduct of the MS itself.
    Dr. Zamboni wondered if the iron came from blood improperly collecting in the brain. Using Doppler ultrasound, he began examining the necks of MS patients and made an extraordinary finding. Almost 100 per cent of the patients had a narrowing, twisting or outright blockage of the veins that are supposed to flush blood from the brain. He then checked these veins in healthy people, and found none of these malformations. Nor did he find these blockages in those with other neurological conditions.
    “In my mind, this was unbelievable evidence that further study was necessary to understand the link between venous function and iron deposits on the other,” Zamboni told W5 from his research lab in Ferrara. What was equally astounding, was that not only was the blood not flowing out of the brain, it was “refluxing” reversing and flowing back upwards. Zamboni believes that as the blood moves into the brain, pressure builds in the veins, forcing blood into the brain’s grey matter where it sets off a host of reactions, possibly explaining the symptoms of MS.
    “For me, it was really unbelievable to understand that iron deposits in MS were exactly around the veins. So probably, it is a dysfunction of drainage of the veins,” Zamboni said. “This is very important, because iron is very dangerous, because it produces free radicals, and free radicals are killers for cells. So we need to eliminate iron accumulation.” Zamboni dubbed the vein disorder he discovered CCSVI, or Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency, and began publishing his preliminary research in neurology journals.
    He soon found that the severity of the vein blockages were located corresponded to the severity of the patient’s symptoms. Patients with only one vein blocked usually had milder forms of the disease; those with two or more damaged veins had more severe illness.
    Zamboni found blockages not only in the veins in the neck directly beneath the brain — the jugular veins –but in a central drainage vein, the azygos vein, which flushes blood down from the brain along the spine. Blockages here, he found were associated with the most severe form of MS, primary progressive, in which patients rapidly deteriorate. For this form of MS, there currently is no effective treatment.
    As for how these vein abnormalities form, Zamboni isn’t sure. He believes, though, that congenital defects, problems that likely formed before birth, can be blamed for most of the problems, though this has not been conclusively proven. Most neurologists Zamboni initially approached with his findings dismissed them. But one specialist, Dr. F. Salvi, at Bellaria Hospital in Bologna, was intrigued by the concept. He began sending Zamboni MS patients for CCVIS testing, to see if what he was finding was correct. The images of narrowed or blocked veins, called “strictures,” were irrefutable for Salvi.
    Focus on a treatment
    But Dr. Zamboni had an even more important idea. If key veins of MS patients were blocked, perhaps he could open them and restore normal blood flow? Taking a page from standard angiography, in which doctors use balloons to open up blocked arteries that feed blood from the heart, he enlisted the help of vascular surgeon Dr. R. Galeotti, also at the University of Ferrara and Santa Anna Hospital. Three years ago, the team began a study in which they treated 65 MS patients to see if endovascular surgery would restore flow in these vessels and lessen MS symptoms.
    The study detailing those results will be published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery on Nov. 24. But preliminary results, already released, show patients had a decrease in the number of new MS attacks, a big reduction in the number of brain lesions that define MS, and improved quality of life. The only time symptoms returned for the patients was when the veins re-narrowed. Because the surgery freed the blood flow, the team dubbed the procedure “The Liberation Treatment.”
    Zamboni’s sense is that the earlier patients are diagnosed and treated, the more function they will preserve, and the less damage the improper blood flow will do to the brain. “Because MS is a progressive disease and strikes young people, if we lose time, there are a lot of young people that will progress without possibility to get back. This is very heavy for me,” he says.
    Zamboni has also been studying the prevalence of CCSVI with a team at the University of Buffalo in New York, in collaboration with Dr. Robert Zivadinov. That study, to be published in January, has looked at 16 MS patients, including eight from the U.S and eight from Italy. All have been found to have blocked veins of CCSVI, just as Zamboni described, and all eventually underwent the Liberation Treatment.
    Relief for patients
    One of those patients was Buffalo resident Kevin Lipp. Lipp had MS for over a decade, and as part of the study, discovered he had five blocked veins in his neck. After undergoing the Liberation Treatment 10 months ago, he says he hasn’t had a single new MS attack.
    Zamboni emphasizes that the Liberation Treatment does not make people in wheelchairs walk again. Rather, it seems to stop the development of further MS attacks, and in some cases, improves movement and decreases the debilitating fatigue that are the hallmarks of MS. The foundation that has sponsored Zamboni’s research, the Hilarescere Foundation, also urges cautious restraint.
    “We can’t give the illusion to patients that this is a guaranteed treatment and it is easy. This is not right. And we have never done this,” says Hilarescere President Fabio Roversi-Monaco. “We don’t say this is a cure for M.S. We only say that research is advancing, and there is encouraging data but we are waiting for more conclusions.”
    Dr. Zivadinov in Buffalo is now starting a new study, recruiting 1,600 adults and 100 children, half of them MS patients. He plans to use ultrasound and MRI scans to confirm if those with MS also have CCSVI and if their family members have the abnormalities too.
    Prof. Mark Haake, a neuro-imaging scientist at McMaster University and Wayne State University in Detroit is also intrigued by Zamboni’s findings. He has long been seeing iron deposits in the brains of MS patients using a specialized MRI analysis called SWI – specific weighted imaging. When he saw Zamboni’s initial publications, he immediately contacted the Italian doctor and began collaborating.
    Population studies under way
    Haake too is initiating a study, asking neurological centres across North America and Europe to take some extra MRI scans of the neck and upper chest of MS patients. The scans can then be electronically sent to his research team for analysis. He believes this grassroots approach could spur larger and more in depth studies. He’s hoping he can engage MS specialists and vascular surgeons, interventional radiologist around the world to study the theory and then move to diagnosing and treating MS patients quickly.
    Interest in CCSVI growing
    But CCSVI has become a subject of intense interest among MS patients who are texting and emailing details of Zamboni’s work, locating the few centres around the world that have started to work on studies on CCSVI and the Liberation Treatment. Zamboni says every day, MS patients hear about his theory and either write, email or call him asking for treatment he can’t yet provide. Still, some surgeons in the U.S. are now offering the surgery Zamboni’s team has pioneered.
    Jeff Beal, an L.A-based, Emmy-Award-winning musical director has already paid to have the surgery procedure. After he was diagnosed with MS five years ago, he was left unable to work a full day and worrying he would spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair. Unable to come to terms with the diagnosis, his wife, Joan, set to find new treatments and eventually came upon Zamboni’s work. Unable to get her husband treated in Italy, she convinced a Californian vascular surgeon who already performs similar surgery on leg veins to look at Zamboni’s work and test Jeff for CCSVI. Jeff was diagnosed with two blocked jugular veins and treated with the Liberation Treatment. (with a slightly different procedure than the italan one..using Stents) He now says he has much more energy and none of the chronic fatigue that used to limit his activity.
    “I reached what I would call sort of a higher plateau, in the sense of the most debilitating symptom, which is the fatigue. So, I still have fatigue every day, I still battle it; it’s still one of my symptoms. But in terms of the total reservoir of energy, it’s much greater than it used to be. And that’s a huge gift, especially to my family,” Beal told W5. His wife Joan was delighted with the surgery’s results.
    “Suddenly, he’s helping Henry with his homework and he’s playing trumpet duets with Henry and he’s awake. And there’s this presence in the house that hadn’t been there for two years,” she said. Joan has now become a “cheerleader” of Zamboni’s work on MS chat sites, urging other patients to show their neurologists the material being published by the Italian team and to ask them to consider setting up a study in other MS clinics.
    Among all of Zamboni’s success stories and the patients who sing his praises is his wife Elena. Her MS caused her to lose her vision for a time and develop what she called “violent” attacks. She had difficulty walking and was losing her balance and feared a life in a wheelchair unable to care for herself. Elena became one of her husband’s first ultrasound test patients and was found to have a complete closure of the azygos vein in her central chest. She was one of the first to be liberated almost three years ago. After having regular debilitating MS attacks for nearly a decade before, Elena has been symptom-free ever since. An elegant, intelligent woman, she now has a quick walk, with no sign of disability. Her husband couldn’t be happier. “What I think is this is probably the best prize of the research,” says Zamboni.


November 23, 2009 Posted by | Medicine & Health | 124 Comments

New EU President Announces: ‘2009 Is Also The First Year of Global Governance!’

“2009 is also the first year of global governance, with the establishment of the G20 in the middle of the financial crisis. The climate conference in Copenhagen is another step towards the global management of our planet.” – Herman Van Rompuy

  • The drive towards a One World Government is accelerating. In the past, the PTB have always mocked the alternative media as ‘conspiracy nuts’ when we highlight their One World Global Fascist State plan. But not any more. The key players and their MSM are openly announcing and acknowledging it. The UN will morph into a United Nations 2.0. America will become the military arm. There is every likelihood that America will be used to start wars, much like Germany during WW2. Who financed the movement to fascism during the 30s and 40s? It is the Wall Street banksters! They financed Hitler and Mussolini! Do your research. The Wall Street Journal:
    We can only hope that world leaders will do nothing more than enjoy a pleasant bicycle ride around the charming streets of Copenhagen come December. For if they actually manage to wring out an agreement based on the current draft text of the Copenhagen climate-change treaty, the world is in for some nasty surprises. ….
    Enter Lord Christopher Monckton. The former adviser to Margaret Thatcher gave an address at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, earlier this month that made quite a splash. For the first time, the public heard about the 181 pages, dated Sept. 15, that comprise the
    United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change—a rough draft of what could be signed come December. 
    So far there have been more than a million hits on the YouTube post of his address. It deserves millions more because Lord Monckton warns that the aim of the Copenhagen draft treaty is to set up a transnational “government” on a scale the world has never before seen.
    The “scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention” that starts on page 18 contains the provision for a “government.” The aim is to give a new as yet unnamed U.N. body the power to directly intervene in the financial, economic, tax and environmental affairs of all the nations that sign the Copenhagen treaty.
    The reason for the power grab is clear enough: Clause after complicated clause of the draft treaty requires developed countries to pay an “adaptation debt” to developing countries to supposedly support climate change mitigation. Clause 33 on page 39 says that “by 2020 the scale of financial flows to support adaptation in developing countries must be [at least $67 billion] or [in the range of $70 billion to $140 billion per year].”


November 23, 2009 Posted by | EndTimes, GeoPolitics | , , | 1 Comment