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Scientists deliberately create ‘Armageddon’ bird flu virus in lab

December 22, 2011
Brasscheck TV

A super-strain of bird flu that could infect and wipe out millions has been developed in a laboratory.

Dutch scientists who created the ‘Armageddon virus’ say it is ‘probably one of the most dangerous viruses you can make’.

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  1. Sue Riley permalink
    December 23, 2011 4:55 am

    Because everyone shares the air, we must now worry this new method of more effectively spreading deadly contagious flu viruses, intentionally developed by scientists, might infect lab workers; be released, copied or stolen by terrorists and governments intending death to humans; destruction of mammal food supplies, e.g. cattle. Bio-labs make mistakes: Consider the number of alleged lab leaks and reported tainted vaccines. Terrorists and governments will make serious efforts to gain information to utilize this new method of transmitting death viruses. It is not clear if this flu virus-experiment included developing (antidotes) against elements that cause transmission of flu viruses: consequently governments and individuals that have the antidote may be more apt to use it as a weapon. A Terrorist or government could continuously expose human and mammal populations, sickening and killing populations; decimate entire economies.

    Prior on September 17, 2004 it was reported by the SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER that University of Washington scientists planned to infect monkeys with a killer flu virus grown from tissues exhumed from victims of the 1918 Spanish Flu Epidemic that killed at least 40-million people worldwide. When you read this 2004 article, one might consider if the 1918 Spanish Flu Virus could also be merged with other flu viruses and hugely spread to humans using the new transmission method intentionally developed by scientists discussed in this article.

    The University of Washington received part of a $12.7 million grant funded largely from a bio-defense Congress appropriation:

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