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Swine Flu Paranoia - --- - 05-05-2009 04:25 AM
Am I paranoid? Or not paranoid enough? I'm not usually all that prone to conspiracy theories but too many pieces are coming together for me concerning swine flu.
I'm reading a book called Lab 257 by a man named Michael Carroll. Published in 2005, the book tells the true story of Plum Island, a small bio-weapons laboratory set up by the US government in the early 1950s. Plum Island is a short distance up Long Island Sound from New York City. The first director at the facility was a former Nazi named Erich Traub, who continued Nazi experiments using ticks as a carrier for disease. He reportedly released infected ticks onto Plum Island as part of his studies. In the mid 70s, the first reported cases of Lyme Disease, over thirty children and a dozen adults, surfaced in Lyme, Connecticut two miles across Long Island Sound from Plum Island. An easy swim for the deer that often made the crossing to feed there. Lyme disease is, of course, carried by deer ticks.
A West Nile Virus outbreak in 1999 that infected horses within a five mile radius of the facility and the subsequent human infections, and a 1967 Dutch duck enteritis outbreak that decimated the Long Island duck industry both share the Plum Island facility as a nexus. All three of these diseases are foreign in origin. All three flared up unexpectedly within a stone's throw of Plum Island – a known storage and testing facility for animal virii. All of this so far is from the book.
And then I did a bit of Googling to find that the St. Francis Preparatory School in Queens is right down Long Island Sound from Plum Island. St. Francis, of course, is the current ground zero for American cases of swine flu with over forty and over a hundred suspected cases. What if those kids didn't get swine flu in Mexico? What if they took it there? And a bit more to think about: One of Plum Island's earliest studies involved swine fever, which is not swine flu, but oddly, swine fever is transmitted by ticks. Think about it.
Swine Flu Paranoia - Easy Skanking - 05-05-2009 05:06 AM
Aha...now some interesting "co-incidences" are starting to emerge around this flu crap.
Swine Flu Paranoia - --- - 05-05-2009 05:09 AM
yeah, it's pretty interesting lol