From: Biniam Haile \(SWE\) (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 27 2009 - 17:47:33 EDT
Is Swine Flu A Biological Weapon?
by Paul Joseph Watson
Global Research, April 27, 2009
There are some factors that suggest the swine flu killing people in
Mexico may be a biological weapon, but obviously no such conclusion can
be drawn at this time. The World Health Organization and the U.S.
government have been quick to deny such claims .
The swine flu virus is described as a completely new strain, an
intercontinental mixture of human, avian and swine viruses. Tellingly,
there have been no reported A-H1N1 infections of pigs.
According to a source  known to former NSA official Wayne Madsen, "A
top scientist for the United Nations, who has examined the outbreak of
the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, as well as HIV/AIDS victims, concluded
that H1N1 possesses certain transmission "vectors" that suggest that the
new flu strain has been genetically-manufactured as a military
biological warfare weapon.
Madsen claims that his source, and another in Indonesia, "Are convinced
that the current outbreak of a new strain of swine flu in Mexico and
some parts of the United States is the result of the introduction of a
human-engineered pathogen that could result in a widespread global
pandemic, with potentially catastrophic consequences for domestic and
international travel and commerce."
However, it's important to stress that it is far too early to make this
assumption. We have to bear in mind that the number of victims has been
comparatively low when one considers the fact that hundreds of thousands
in Mexico contract infectious diseases every year related to poverty
like tuberculosis and malaria. 
Fort Detrick, the U.S. Army Medical Command installation that was the
source of the 2001 anthrax attacks, is again attracting suspicion in
light of the swine flu panic after it was revealed that criminal
investigators are probing whether virus samples recently went missing
from its biolabs.
"Chad Jones, spokesman for Fort Meade, said CID is investigating the
possibility of missing virus samples from the U.S. Army Medical Research
Institute of Infectious Diseases," reports The Frederick News .
In February, USAMRIID halted their work when virus samples were
discovered that were not listed in its inventory. Criminal investigators
from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division unit at Fort Meade
are now probing whether virus samples are missing from the Army's top
biolab, which also studies pathogens including ebola, anthrax and
Obviously, in light of the current swine flu scare, and the new strain's
possible synthetic origin, the fact that virus samples may have gone
missing from the same Army research lab from which the 2001 anthrax
strain was released is extremely disturbing.
A 2008 FBI and DOJ investigation concluded that Bruce Edwards Irvins, a
microbiologist, vaccinologist, and senior biodefense researcher at the
United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
(USAMRIID) in Fort Detrick, Maryland, was responsible for mailing
anthrax to members of Congress and the media in September and October
The fact that Irvins apparently committed suicide shortly before the
announcement led many to suspect that he was a patsy in a wider plot.
Despite the suspicious circumstances, no autopsy was carried out on
Irvins' body. His attorney was certain that Irvins, who had cooperated
with the 6-year investigation, was innocent of the five anthrax deaths.
The Department of Justice initially considered Dr. Steven Jay Hatfill to
be a strong suspect in the anthrax attacks, but he later sued the
government and won $5.8 million in damages. A New York Times piece 
on Irvins' suicide asked the hypothetical question: "What if Dr. Hatfill
had committed suicide in 2002, as friends feared he might? Would the
investigators have released their evidence and announced that the
perpetrator was dead?"
Fears that a mass pandemic was being readied as a biological attack have
rumbled on in the conspiracy community ever since 9/11. Investigators
point to the highly unusual number of deaths of top microbiologists
to suggest that people with knowledge of the program are being
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