Sunday, November 23, 2008

SARS Virus -- Another Manmade Biological Weapon In The Testing Stages? If So, Is SARS A Creation Of U.S. Intel Or Another Government?

Having lived with the biological weapon Lyme Disease since the early 1990's, I am always curious to know how many other anomalous types of viruses and bacterium are in reality biological agents created by our respective governments. Agents which have been propagated for the express purpose of permanently disabling or even murdering people.

A common characteristic of most of these bioweapons is that they are based on what are normally considered to be harmless mycoplasmas, which are then genetically altered to become pathogenic in nature. As a result of this, these bioweapons can now be disseminated through a variety of means including vectors, in order to covertly infect the human race. Lyme Disease, like AIDS, has been very effectively propagated by such means -- both illnesses adversely affect the immune system in the human body, while attacking its central nervous system.

In all likelihood, there are thousands of such biological weapons in existence in the modern day, most of which have, thankfully, not been unleashed on our global society. However, a few of the more recent ones, including Morgellon's Disease and SARS, appear to be successfully propagating within certain countries.

Such bioweapons (as well as chemical weapons) become of greatest concern when they are converted to aerosol, in which they can infect any person who breathes them in. It would appear that hoth Morgellon's Disease and SARS are such biological agents.

Sars biological weapon?
11/04/2003 15:13 - (SA)

Moscow - The deadly pneumonia that has killed more than 100 people around the world may be a man-made biological weapon, Russian experts said on Friday.

Nikolai Filatov, head of Moscow's epidemiological services, told the Gazeta daily that he thought the pneumonia was man-made because "there is no vaccine for this virus, its make-up is unclear, it has not been very widespread and the population is not immune to it."

Yet he had some reservations, since the virus has a low mortality rate - so far killing 4% of those infected -, and because it is relatively difficult to pass on - through direct contact or inhalation.

The virus, according to academy of medicine member Sergei Kolesnikov, is a cocktail of mumps and measles, whose mix could never appear in nature.

"We can only get that in a laboratory," he told a conference in the Siberian city of Irkutsk, quoted by RIA Novosti news agency.

It may have spread because of an "accidental leak" from a lab, he added.

More than 100 people have died and some 3 000 others have been infected by Severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars), which is believed to have originated in China's southern Guangdong province.


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