Bird flu: The next pandemic threat "ready to explode"

The bird flu has been a recurring menace for the last few decades. Here is some information available on the internet about the disease and its potential threat to humans.

The first case of bird flu in livestock was identified in March of 2024 in a goat in Minnesota and infected cows were identified in Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Idaho, and Michigan and there are possibly more that have not been identified. Three cats have also reportedly died from H5N1 infection and one individual who came into close contact with infected cows has tested positive. Recently, a Texas resident tested positive for the virus. Federal and state health authorities investigating the outbreak believe the risk to the general public is low, however, people with close contact with affected animals suspected of having avian influenza A(H5N1) have a higher risk of infection.

Symptoms of bird flu infection can include severe cases of pneumonia, respiratory failure, acute respiratory distress syndrome, septic shock, and death. Historically, natural avian influenza (H5N1) has never posed a threat to mankind but there have been several cases of the disease jumping from birds to mammals over the last few years. Typically, bird flu outbreaks kill poultry and wild birds, and several measures are used to combat the disease like culling infected and exposed animals, halting egg production, and limiting exposure to infected birds.

These current countermeasures against bird flu hinder the development of natural immunity, and would be better served by smaller flock sizes and better management. Birds that survive the infection can be saved and bred to give future generations natural immunity and chicken farmers can focus on optimal herd sizes to prevent epidemics, as optimal herd size for chickens is about 1000, according to some reports.

Historically, concerns over the lethality of bird flu to humans have consistently proven unfounded, with no recorded deaths in the U.S. from such outbreaks, despite significant government spending and public warnings in the past. More recently, discussions around "global biosecurity" and the potential for disease outbreaks to foster a totalitarian world government have intensified. A weaponized bird flu could be the next major threat.

Reports indicate that the bird flu virus (H5N1) has mutated and is now spread more easily among mammals and an outbreak in the human population could be "100 times worse than COVID", killing up to half of those infected. Recently, Dr. Anthony Fauci, former director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has also funded gain-of-function research on H5N1. In 2012, the work of Kawaoka and Fouchier sparked widespread concern about gain-of-function research, as it was readily recognized that it could accidentally cause a human pandemic and resulted in a temporary ban on gain-of-function research on certain viruses in the US.

So, if we do end up with a lethal human bird flu, there's every reason to suspect it was manmade and intended to be used to achieve the geopolitical aims of the technocratic cabal that is trying to give the World Health Organization a monopoly on pandemic decision-making.

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