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04.03.2006 14:57
Jon Rappoport 17.01 zur Vogelgrippe (Englisch) antworten

Jetzt an mehreren Adressen geschickt - neue Informationen, die mir wichtig scheinen und die die klein-klein-Analyse auch bestätigen: Jon Rappoport on the bird-flu hoax

At my homepage I've added today item 112 at its section "News
with brief comments" and an article linked to from it, by Jon
Rappoport on 17.01.2006: "Continued analysis of the bird-flu
hoax". Both follow below.

Saturday, 04 March 2006 (NWBC 112) A message at the
Vaccinations list: "Continuing analysis of the bird-flu hoax"


2006-03-04, 06:56 GMT: Thank you for this, Sheri Nakken. The
article, originally by Jon Rappoport on 17.01.2006, is now at
my homepage too.


A message at the Vaccinations mailing list,


From: Sheri Nakken
Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 22:03:06 +0000

Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 10:26 PM

JANUARY 5, 2006. Today, press reports from various agencies
around the world are headlined, DEATH FROM BIRD FLU.

The articles concern two children in the same family, in
Turkey, who have just died.

For example, here is a brief piece from AFX:

Turkey reports second death from bird flu
UPDATE 01.05.2006, 02:26 AM

ANKARA (AFX) - A second person has died from bird flu at a
hospital in eastern Turkey, a doctor there said.

The victim was a sister of a 14-year-old boy who died of bird
flu Sunday in the same hospital in the town of Van, the
doctor, Ahmet Faik Oner, was quoted as saying by the Anatolia
news agency.

end AFX report

Two human deaths. Same family. Bird flu. The doctor said.

Reuters has filed several pieces on the two children dying in
Turkey. One headline suggests that bird flu, the H5N1 virus,
is to blame.

However, reading down in two relevant Reuters stories I found,
there are comments from a World Health Organization (WHO)
official. The tests for bird flu in the children have not been
confirmed by WHO. In other words, no one really knows whether
the initial diagnosis of human bird flu was accurate.

Furthermore, the WHO official states, no one knows what type
of diagnostic test was done in Turkey.

On the basis of this ignorance, the press has nevertheless
taken off with the story and the impression given is: H5N1,
bird flu, has killed two children.

Now, even if that were the only error, we would have a ridi-
culous state of affairs, called JUMPING THE GUN.

But there is more.

The samples of blood from the children are being sent to a WHO
lab in the UK, where the final determination will be made.
That may sound kosher, but it isn't. Based on past performance
( SARS is a perfect example), WHO will make its finding,
announce it, and then no other labs outside the WHO sphere
will actually have a look at the blood samples or the WHO

Needless to say, this is not how science is done.

Here is another layer: as I've found through a search of past
articles from Asia during the "bird flu crisis," it is routine
to test both humans and animals for H5N1 by conducting an
examination of antibodies.

What does this mean? The presence of antibodies (scouts for
the immune system) is a traditional sign that the person or
animal is HEALTHY and has resisted the germ in question.
However, since the early 1980s, this science has been turned
on its head. Suddenly, antibodies were being taken as evidence
of illness or coming illness.

Since then, we have had literally millions of false diagnoses
of diseases, based on a misinterpretation of the meaning of

Will WHO test the blood of these two young Turkish children
for antibodies? It's possible we'll never know.

But in the best-case scenario, let us suppose that WHO
searches for the actual H5N1 virus (rather than the anti-
bodies). How will that be done?

There is a good chance some form of "amplification" will be
used. The PCR test is the primary method. Extremely tiny
amounts of genetic material found in the blood of these two
children will be "blown up" so that they can be recognized.
Let's imagine that this is what WHO will do. And let's further
suppose that, after the amplification, WHO scientists will
say, "Yes, this genetic material we found is actually from

Bird flu.

Yes, but that's not the end of it. Why, in the first place,
did they need that PCR test? Because they found SO LITTLE
material of any kind that could be thought to be part of a

In a sense, they admitted they couldn't find gigantic amounts
of H5N1, so they had to go to this extraordinary length to
find anything they could call H5N1.

That raises a major problem. Every reasonable disease re-
searcher in the world (and here I'm talking about conventional
researchers) knows that, in order to say a particular germ is
implicated in illness, you have to find HUGE NUMBERS OF THOSE

That's the way it works.

Therefore, a positive PCR test proves nothing. It, in fact,
suggests that the germ in question had nothing to do with why
the person was sick or died.

None of these critical factors are being discussed in the
mainstream press, and very few alternative outlets are
grasping them, either.

On top of all of this, no one is providing or alluding to
medical histories of the two Turkish children. Had they been
ill previously? Were they badly malnourished? Had they been
receiving (toxic) drugs dispensed by doctors? Were they living
in a situation where sanitation was endemically bad? Had they
been exposed to non-pharmaceutical toxic chemicals in their
environment? Pesticides used on nearby chicken farms? In-
dustrial waste?

After arriving at the hospital shortly before their deaths,
were they treated with toxic medicines? Was the hospital
prone to the spread of infection in-house?

The issues I'm raising in this article are not at all
esoteric. They are quite basic.

But the press does not have the time or the inclination to
examine them. Too busy spreading fear about an oncoming
"pandemic" that, at the most, has killed 70 people globally
over the last two-plus years.

And when I say "at the most," I mean it. Because no one has
released, in one place, the EXACT tests run (and the ensuing
analysis) on those 70 people. So we have no idea how or why
they died.

It's interesting to note that, at last count, the 2006 US
Defense Appropriations Bill sets aside 3.8 billion dollars for
"flu preparedness." They are talking about bird flu.

3.8 billion dollars.

In my many articles on the subject of imagination, I frequent-
ly ask the question, do you want someone else to imagine the
world for you, or do you want to use your own creative power
to invent your world?

As you can see, bird flu is an excellent example of other
people imagining the world for you.

Here is the hook they use. They get you, through constant
pounding on the same theme in the press, to ask yourself the
question, "But what if they're right? What if we are on the
brink of worldwide decimation from H5N1?"

Once you seriously entertain and mull over and digest and
ponder that question, they've got you. They own you.

You may as well be asking yourself, "What if someone on the
edge of the Milky Way blows his nose, and a germ we've never
encountered drifts all the way to Hong Kong or Capetown?"

What if the sun yawns, feels bored, and shuts down tomorrow?


Sheri Nakken, R.N., MA, Hahnemannian Homeopath
Vaccination Information & Choice Network, Nevada City CA
& Wales UK
Vaccines -


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Rolf Martens
Malmö, Sweden
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