Interesting Bloomberg (May 10th, 2009) interview with Scientist Adrian Gibbs who discusses examples of the probable origins of the Swine flu Virus…
Dr. Gibbs cites a 70's expedition to collect viruses from birds... (consigned by WHO) ..Note uneasiness of the interviewer at 6:44, in final seconds of clip.
He also cites that a "speed-up" of the evolution of these genes "sort of happened several years ago"... But recent Sep 7th News might appear to contradict this:
Roche: Pandemic H1N1 Virus Fully Sensitive To Tamiflu #
Wall Street Journal - Sep 7, 2009
VX), David Reddy, head of the company's pandemic task force, said Monday. "13 isolated cases of resistance of the pandemic 2009 virus to Tamiflu have been...Read more.
INTUITION: If H1N1 swine flu virus does become extraordinarily lethal, it's likely associated with more recent escape, or a lab employee who unleashed it... If an escape, Government officials pushing "non-construct" health care, appear to know far more than they're saying.
WHO: Swine flu spreading at 'unbelievable' rate AFP
View important Video series by American-trained osteopathic medical doctor and expert on vaccines, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, who discusses impending & critically important issues concerning upcoming fall flu shot campaign.
Videos (1/7) detail much of what is not being told...
The Dr. reflects on how the WHO, UN, and US government, are collaborating with State governments; and how this may effect your right to refuse...
UPDATE: VIDEO: Democrats rushed to pass Martial Law Bill: VIEW.
Experimental vaccines on elderly, and children with health problems, still may be served $1,000 fine per day (and 30 day jail) for refusing vaccination.
-Historical facts about the dangers (and failures) of vaccines:
-Swine flu jab link to killer nerve disease: Leaked letter reveals concern of neurologists over 25 deaths in America. Read.
-Officials may recommend 3 flu shots Los Angeles Times
-Swine Flu Could Infect Half of US Washington Post
-Ron Paul on Swine Flu: "Scare the People to Death" Video: CNN
-Confused Public: Read.