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RHD2: Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (I’ll call it R2D2 disease)

https://www.harcourt-brown.co.uk/articles/infectious-disease/rabbit-haemorrhagic-disease
“A variant of the Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2) has appeared. There are confirmed cases in pet rabbits throughout the UK.

In the UK, definitive diagnosis of RHD is difficult in the live animal. There is no blood test. Diagnosis is usually made after death . Post-mortem signs may or may not show definite signs. Microscopic examination of the liver and other organs will show signs that are highly suggestive.
Confirmation of the diagnosis is RHD or RHD2 is made from PCR testing on the liver

In the UK, prevention of the new variant of RHD (RHDV2) is difficult. The only vaccine that is available (Nobivac Myxo-RHD) offers some protection against RHDV2 but some rabbits are still susceptible to infection. Vaccines against RHDV2 are available in other European countries and can be imported into UK if they are available.

Note: As Jon Rappoport has pointed out so well, if they have to use PCR for an infected animal, its a lie. An infected animal shoud have an abundant quantity which does not need microscopic amplification with the PCR method.

So what is the deal here? Immunise your pet = good = it works. Immunise humans = good = it works! Got it? So get your damn vaccines!

Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans

Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans New Edition by Moreno, Jonathan D. published by Routledge (2001)
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Commenter:
About 20 years ago I decided to start collecting the occasional news articles I might happen upon that had to do with exposing secret human experimentation by the US Govt (usually exposed by either a successful lawsuit or a Federal employee entrusted to destroy classified documents but who instead smuggles them out for release). There was no internet then, so newspapers were my only source. I compiled a file approx. 4 inches thick. From all of this, I concluded that one is much more at risk to be experimented on (non-consensual) if you are military (especially Army, but also to some extent the Air Force and Navy), or if you go to a hospital while indigent, not having health insurance (most hospitals get Fed funding, so strings may be attached). I have never found any instance of anyone wealthy, or socially prominent, having been experimented on.
I concluded from my own files that you are most at risk if you are indigent or low income folks going to a Fed funded hospital or clinic, as well as military (especially Army).
The USA still is quite aggressive toward its end goal of world domination, so experiments on humans that could lead to innovations in covert assassinations, or weapons of mass destruction, or even mind control will continue. The author of UNDUE RISK states, “If there is a single lesson to be gleaned from the story of military-medical human experiments, it is that we can expect them to continue in the future….”

The Zika Crisis: Latest Findings | The Forum at HSPH

Marcia Castro
Associate Professor of Demography,
Harvard T.H. Chan School
As of 4th March 2016
– 5900 suspected cases
– 640 confirmed for microcephaly
– Only 80 had zika virus
Note:  Zika (or dengue) found in 80 out of 640 (12.5%) cases of confirmed microcephaly. 87.5% of microcephaly cases tested negative for zika (or dengue) virus. Dengue virus may be creating false positives for zika. Zika and dengue are very similar.

BBC: WHO microcephaly expert We must assume that this can spread

Using W.H.O’s microcephaly experts figures, we should have between 40- 66 thousand cases of microcephaly in Brazil for this rare condition and between 64-107 thousand in the US. Liar, liar… fire!.

3 February 2016
Talking Head
Dr Anthony Costello
BBC reporter: …joining me is Dr Anthony Costello, he is one of the W.H.O’s experts on microcephaly, there aren’t many of you are there? tell us about em, what we actually know about this link between microcephaly and zika?

Talking head: well microcephaly is a rare condition, erm, normally it affects maybe 1 in 3 to 5 thousand babies and what we’ve picked up is a surge in cases of microcephaly in two areas where zika virus has broken out.
First in French Polynesia last year and now to a much greater extent in Brazil, particularly in one area of Brazil.
Urm, we don’t know about cases yet in other areas, but remember if there’s been an infection of zika virus early in pregnancy it may take several months before you pick up that surge in the number of cases

BBC reporter: so what happens now, in terms of establishing this link, clearly there will be a lot of women, mothers who are very worried about this?

Talking head: “We must assume, given global travel and the like, that this could spread into many other populations as well. First we are trying to get a definition of microcephaly that can be used and standardized. We need to know the risks and the outcome from microcephaly. Not all children with microcephaly will go on to have severe developmental problems but most will have.
We’ve got to establish the link with zika virus. We desperately need to have better diagnostics, so that we can look very carefully, if you get pregnant and you get infected what is the risk of having microcephaly, at the moment we don’t exactly know what that is.

BBC reporter: so what advise would you give people, particularly pregnant women who are are thinking of going on holiday or going for the olympics or carnival?

Talking head: It’s bound to be very scary at the moment. The first thing is that this is still a relatively rare occurrence and even if the rates increase most women are going to get through pregancy absolutely fine. They need to know about risk protection against mosquitoes. There is no travel or trade ban at the moment but clearly if its non-essential travel you need to think very carefully about if you are pregnant or likely to be pregnant, ah, about travelling to those areas.
Note: At the start of the interview this expert asserts a link between microcephaly and zika even going so far as to state we will surge later on because those infected now will show the effects in several months. Towards the end he says we DO NOT KNOW the risk. There is a link but we do not know the probality of a baby being affected by the mother’s  zika infection.

A rare condition? Really, ok lets do the maths:

Country Population 1 in 3000 1 in 5000
United Kingdom 64,600,000 21,533 12,920
United States 321,000,000 107,000 64,200
Brazil 200,400,000 66,800 40,080
Uganda 32,900,000 10,967 6,580
French Polynesia 270,000 90 54

 

BBC picks up on 25000 microcephaly cases in US

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35471545

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Note: 25K microcephaly cases in the US, why? Brazil has less than 300 confirmed cases out of the dubious 4000 claimed cases.
Will W.H.O. declare the US an affected pandemic region in relation to microcephaly of unknown cause?
Hint to CDC and WHO: Vaccine induced damage, GMO crop consumption, glyphosates, pesticides

BBC: Zika-linked condition: WHO declares global emergency

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35459797

WHO director general, Margaret Chan called Zika an “extraordinary event” that needed a coordinated response.
“I am now declaring that the recent cluster of microcephaly and other neurological abnormalities reported in Latin America following a similar cluster in French Polynesia in 2014 constitutes a public health emergency of international concern.”

Note: We have several opposing views concerning the cause of microcephaly in Brazil.
1) Zika virus or some other viral fragment carried by Aedes Egypti mosquitoes
2) Pollutants like glyphosate and other pesticides
3) Mandated vaccines during pregnancy, in Brazil TDAP.

WHO Director-general, Margaret Chan has decided on the zika virus as the causal agent in the cases of microcephaly in Brazil.
Their solution? Expedite GMO vaccine and diagnostics research.

Link to Audio of Press Briefing