More (Silly) “Bird Flu” Hype
Lorraine Day, M.D.
The USDA (Dept. of Agriculture) lacks a plan for bird flu testing, according to the Associated Press (6-20-06). The U.S. is the world’s biggest producer and exporter of poultry meat, yet the U.S. Agriculture Department is reported to have: no method for reporting its findings on “Bird Flu” to the federal government, tests on flocks of birds are voluntary, and the department does not know the extent of surveillance being done in each state and is not gathering consistent data.
In short, the U.S. is woefully unprepared, we are told, to handle the supposedly massive “Bird Flu” pandemic that is “rapidly approaching” (presently a “whopping” 39 or 65 or some other low number - of deaths among the THREE BILLION inhabitants of Asia).
Yet, we are expected to believe that the little country of Indonesia, 1/100th the land size of the U.S.A., burdened with tens (maybe hundreds) of thousands of deaths from the recent tsunami, earthquakes, and “terrorist” explosions, has the time, money, interest, expertise, and resources, to test KITTY CATS for “Bird Flu!”
According to Henry Niman, PhD, “A CAT has been found infected with the deadly H5N1 virus in Indonesia.” We’re not told the address of the cat, nor the village, or city or province in which the cat had residence, nor in which hospital the cat is being treated, nor who did the autopsy if the cat, indeed, died, nor if the cat was placed in a sealed coffin for its burial.
Just how are we supposed to confirm this ridiculous story by independent means? Or should we just accept, like good children, what we are told by the self-proclaimed “experts”?
Did some poverty-stricken Indonesian in a little obscure village (the name of which has not been divulged as usual), suddenly, upon seeing a dead cat (or, if it was alive, how did he know it was sick?), immediately decide to pick up the cat and take it to the nearest certified World Health Organization testing facility to be examined and tested for the H5N1 “Bird Flu”?
Certainly that testing facility would have been at least several hundred miles away from the little, obscure, un-named village, and the Indonesian finding the cat would have no transportation other than his two feet. But no matter, the villager would naturally undertake the long and arduous trek in the name of science, carrying in his arms the sick or dead (supposedly) infectious cat with no thought for his own safety.
Or is the government of Indonesia now so flush with funds that it is testing ALL CATS in the country for “Bird Flu”? Are ALL the dogs in the country going to be tested next? This is patently absurd.
The article goes on to say that Steven Bjorge, Medical Officer for Communicable Disease of the World Health Organization (WHO), stated, “The cat was infected after having eaten contaminated birds.” Really now, just how does he know that?
It’s time for questions!
Did Steven Bjorge SEE the cat eating the birds?
How does he know that those particular birds were contaminated with the H5N1 virus?
Were all the birds that the cat ate tested for “Bird Flu” before the cat sat down to dinner each of the last many days, weeks or months before it became ill?
Did some Indonesian, or better yet, a WHO agent, follow the cat around for the last month or so checking on everything the cat ate?
How absurd! Do they really expect us to believe this silly propaganda?
By the way, the “Bird Flu” propaganda mill “experts” have told us that human beings can get “Bird Flu” from handling birds, but NOT from eating them! (The government must, of course, protect the lucrative chicken and turkey industry. After all Tyson Foods is very well connected politically.)
So evidently the government’s conclusion is that CATS can get “Bird Flu” from eating birds, but humans CAN’T!
We should not be surprised. That type of “reasoning” is rampant in government organizations. In 1984, the Centers for Disease Control (another “brilliant” U.S. government organization) told me that Drug Addicts could get AIDS from needle sticks, but Healthcare Workers COULDN’T!
Scout’s Honor! That’s exactly what they said. I figured they all had lost their minds. But I was wrong. It was much more sinister. They knew what they were saying was stupid and irrational, but there was an underlying agenda: AIDS was to be handled as a Political Issue rather than a Medical Issue. The agenda was the promotion and protection of homosexuality. (See my book, “AIDS: What the Government Isn’t Telling You”).
When we see the same illogical reasoning and idiotic conclusions as those reached by the government in the AIDS epidemic occurring again with “Bird Flu,” we immediately know that there is a Political Agenda at work here, also. (See the “Bird Flu Hoax”)
Let’s stop right here and consider some truth.
Knowledge is the collection of facts. It is accomplished by using the five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. This is known as “sense knowledge.” There are a lot of people who are good at collecting facts.
Wisdom, on the other hand, is the ability to take the collected facts and assemble and interpret them properly to REACH THE CORRECT CONCLUSION! Very few are able to accomplish this, because:
ALL WISDOM comes from God, it is not innate in “man.”
“If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally, without reproach; and it shall be given him.” (James 1:5)
In fact, “the ‘wisdom’ of this world (sense knowledge) is FOOLISHNESS with God.” (1 Corinthians 3:19)
So all of these medical “geniuses” in the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the National Institutes for Health (NIH) are, in fact, seriously “mentally challenged” when it comes to Wisdom. They have NONE! That’s why they continually reach the wrong conclusions.
There is at least one other factor leading to their almost laughably erroneous conclusions: their bosses at the top of these governmental organizations are despicably corrupt and have as their covert goal the annihilation of most of the population of the world. With their minds filled with such evil, they have lost their ability to think rationally, and they certainly have no WISDOM from God.
The collection of facts with the five senses is a secular achievement. It requires no spiritual discernment. But the ability to assess those facts properly and use them to reach proper and enlightened conclusions requires spiritual discernment and wisdom from God.
Without that wisdom, we will continue to see these outrageous newspaper, television and internet articles that should cause embarrassment and humiliation to a legitimate scientific community if only their eyes were open.
© Lorraine Day, M.D. 2006. All Rights Reserved.
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