Thursday, September 08, 2011

Medical Advice: This Week's Advisory: H5N1/H1N1 and the Satanic Virologists


One of the reasons this report is late this week is because of all topics, this is my least favorite.  I hate discussing it, but now as a result of the new "novel" H1N1 virus release in the United States I feel compelled to attempt to cut through the deliberate confusion caused by criminal Obama administration, the CDC, WHO, and the UK and other world governments including a major offender, Japan, who is one country that has sponsored the weaponization of the formerly eradicated 1918 pandemic H5N1 influenza strain and the new and improved "novel" H1N1 strain.  There's just something about contemplating my family dying from a virus some insane microbiologist constructed at the behest of an insane government to eradicate humans that sends me over the edge.  Coupled with the lies to both the international and national public on the levels of radioactive fallout spewing from at least 3 melted reactor cores at Fukoshima, it is obvious that the Japanese government is both insane and illegitimate, along with other governments and the mass media that assist them in the cover-up of the world's worst nuclear disaster.  Criminally insane.

The Marine in me wants to immediately go on the attack and not stop until I have destroyed the threat root and branch, deracinate these satanic labs and burn these "scientists" at the stake in front of the ruins as a lesson to others who would ever again contemplate constructing these infernal diseases that exist to destroy human beings.  It really gets to be too much when I think about the fact that H5N1 had been eradicated like smallpox, only to be resurrected by a grave-desecrating ghoul in the name of medical "science."  This is what I believe will eventually need  to be done in any event.  One would have thought that the Japanese had learned their lesson on human medical experiments from their infamous human medical experiment program in WWII, Unit 731.

As we have seen from the aborted planned flu pandemic in 2009, it has been the goal of the Obama administration, CDC, WHO and the eugenicist-sponsored governments involved to create a new "super virus": a recombined H5N1-H1N1 that is transmissible from human to human and airborne.

Fortuitously for humanity, this time around, the viruses failed to recombine and mutate outside the lab. The Obama and other world governments - specifically Britain - that had hyped the "coming pandemic" with the help of the "mainstream media" only succeeded in exposing themselves and their creation of these weaponized "novel" viruses, along with their stated desire to kill off millions of people around the world.

All one needs to do is think back to those dark days and remember the fear and hype the criminal Obama and Blair administrations were spreading. In reality, they were actually conditioning the American, British and world public for the coming release of the weaponized viruses, for which they, their families and cronies had already been vaccinated. The rest of us were going to die - which is something the eugenicists of the world (Bill Gates, Hillary Clinton, Henry "useless eaters" Kissinger and the mongrel Richard Branson) wanted in order to preserve THEIR food, air, water and prime living space. In addition, the Obama administration was going to get the value-added slam dunk of Martial Law into the bargain from the resulting pandemic. Congress and the Senate went along, as even though they would technically be without jobs under Martial Law, the administration had promised them all places in the elite hierarchy that would replace our Republic. It was perfect. However, there was one thing these satanic elitists didn't plan for: Mother Nature. The H5N1/H1N1 viruses failed to mutate and combine, dashing the plans of the Obama and Blair governments. She gave humanity a pass - this time - bu there is no doubt that the CDC, WHO and Ft. Detrick will continue to experiment with the viruses until they get it right and it finally transmits human-to-human and goes airborne. They are the personification of evil criminal insanity.

That is the abbreviated version of this story. I have been working this case since travelling to Brevig Mission in 1997 to observe "Dr. Death" Johan Hultin dig up the graves of the 1918 H5N1 plague that killed millions worldwide.

"New and improved" weaponized H5N1 from Kobe University
That is the background on H5N1/H1N1. Now, let's talk about what you can do to deal with a pandemic resulting from these evil bastards in government worldwide having their wishes granted. The only thing that is going to prevent you and your group from contracting the virus(es) is to quarantine yourselves. Get out of town, go into the countryside and find a place to exist until the pandemic burns itself out. You must quarantine any individual(s) in your group that become sick, and the individuals assigned to take care of the victim(s) will have to be separated also.

There are a lot of supposed remedies out there on the net from massive doses of vitamin C to ingestion of hydrogen peroxide, but there is only one drug proven to reduce or suppress the virus and that is Ribavirin.

It is the cytokine storm (immune system) over-reaction to the virus that is the killer result of contracting these viruses. Most patients, in order to survive, are placed on a respirator. However, they are in very short supply in most countries in this geographical area and in most of the "Third World." In any event, they would be reserved only for the elite, and those necessary to maintain the "continuity of government." The one thing that could give you an edge in this regard and is widely and cheaply available is oxygen. A small, re-chargable tank that lasts for around 24 hours is about $50.00 U.S. here in Jakarta, and is just as cheap elsewhere. It is better than nothing and could make the difference between living and dying, especially in the elderly, immune system compromised and children, although the viruses have been engineered also to target young, healthy individuals.

I had actually identified Ribavirin as a possible anti-viral in 2003, when I was desperately seeking ANYTHING that might help us here in Indonesia as the SARS plague (a story for another day) was marching south from China or Vietnam, or wherever it was released. My wife and I had to travel to the U.S. at the time, when everybody and their dog was wearing masks and when someone coughed in the airport lounge 300 heads turned simultaeneously in that direction. We went on Ribavirin and were fine. Now I find out it genuinely is a strong anti-viral and is also being used to treat Hepatitis C. Let me relate briefly my experience with Tamiflu, which should never be taken for any reason.

Kobe University H5N1 "Novel" virus creators (back row) Shinya, Teridah Ernala Ginting, Kawaoka, Akino

When we returned to live permanently in Indonesia, during my check out with my physicians in the U.S. they told me I was nuts coming back into this environment as I was a Type 1 diabetic and my immune system was permanently compromised. H5N1 has had a foothold in Indonesia for some time now, and they feared my exposure. So, they provided me with a prescription for Tamiflu. On a trip to Garut to visit family a few months later I thought it might be good to take Tamiflu as a prophylaxis. Bad move.

I have never had any adverse reactions to drugs of any kind before, however now, according to my wife, the Tamiflu sent me into orbit. 24 hours after taking the recommended dose for a guy my weight and physical condition, I was out of it. It began with sleep walking - something I had never done before - and progressed to full blown hallucinations, where I was ripping it up with my dead Marine teammates, having a grand old time. I awoke 48 hours later, handcuffed to the bedpost (my wife had the presence of mind to chain me down) and no recollection of the last three days.

Tamiflu has now been proven to be useless against corona viruses.

As always, be safe, be smart. Always double-check your dosages and be on guard for adverse reactions to these medications.

All medicine dosages should be checked on the Net or in the Physicians Desk Reference for applicable body weight, allergic reactions, renal and liver disease and any adverse symptoms that may arise.  Whenever possible, double check with a doctor before dosing or treating yourself.

Abandoned for two weeks, starving dogs eat owner

Fed-up Dogs Imitate Sumanto

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Seven dogs starved of food and water for two weeks are suspected of eating their Indonesian owner after he returned to his hometown in Manado from a holiday, local media reported on Tuesday.

Bagged dogs suspected of eating their owner.
A neighborhood guard was curious when he saw luggage lined up at the front of Andre Lumboga's house, days after the 50-year old arrived back home. He approached the house, smelled something foul and called the police, according to a report.

    "His skull was found in the kitchen, and his body was found in the front of his house," Eriyana, a local police chief in Batam, an island off Sumatra, told VIVAnews website.

    Lumboga arrived home last Wednesday, but his body was just discovered on Monday.

    "We suspect that the dogs were hungry, so they attacked Andre, because they had not been fed for 14 days," he said. Police also found bones of two other dogs, believed to have also been eaten by the hungry canines.

    Lumboga was from northern Sulawesi island, a predominantly Christian area, where the local spicy diet is famous in Indonesia for including dogs, bats and forest rats.

Chef Sumanto
(Reporting by Olivia Rondonuwu; Editing by Neil Chatterjee and Ed Lane)

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US Pays Price In Blood And Treasure For War On Terror

The Irish Times 
Wednesday, September 7, 2011

ANALYSIS:  9/11 sparked retaliatory wars as the US fought on many fronts beyond Afghanistan and Iraq, writes TOM CLONAN

   IN THE decade since 9/11 about a million people worldwide have lost their lives in what is now known as the global war on terror. The term “war on terror”, was first used by President George Bush on September 16th, 2001, at Camp David as the US began to configure its military response to Osama bin Laden’s attacks on New York and the Pentagon.

    In the weeks and months following 9/11, the Bush administration launched a series of robust military and intelligence interventions worldwide. The first phase started with the invasion of Afghanistan, or Operation Enduring Freedom, which began in October 2001.

War Criminal George Bush visiting the troops in 2003.
The war aims were simple – to remove the Taliban leadership in Kabul and deny al-Qaeda physical sanctuary within the country. The US aimed to destroy al-Qaeda and disrupt its capacity to mount international operations from Afghan soil. It also sought to capture or kill bin Laden.
     In January 2002, the US began the lesser publicised Operation Enduring Freedom – Philippines, to destroy the Islamist terror groups Jemaah Islamiyah and the Abu Sayaf group who had been co-ordinating terrorist operations throughout the Philippines and Indonesia from the island of Besilan. These groups were allegedly responsible for attacks such as the 2005 Bali bombings and the beheading of Christian schoolgirls in Indonesia that year.

Bali Bombings October 12, 2002
     In October 2002, the US military started African military operations from Djibouti, establishing Operation Enduring Freedom – Horn of Africa, designed to identify and destroy al-Qaeda affiliated Islamist terror cells within Ethiopia, Somalia, Chad and Niger.

Robert S. Finnegan Image 2002
This operation was subsequently broadened to include Operation Enduring Freedom – Trans Sahara, widening the scope of its operations to Central Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. This little-known war on terror in Africa has been fought in the main by thousands of US special forces and has been overshadowed by US military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan.

In March 2003, the US invaded Iraq in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The war aims of the US in Iraq were less clear than in its other interventions. Faulty and false intelligence reports on so-called weapons of mass destruction were mobilized as a motivation to attack Iraq.
    The initial invasion phase, involving approximately 200,000 coalition troops, managed to topple Saddam Hussein’s regime. Saddam was subsequently captured, tried and hanged in Iraq. But no weapons of mass destruction were discovered and the invasion had the unintended consequence of strengthening Iran’s influence in the region.

    A decade after the Twin Towers attacks, the US continues to wage its war on terror on several continents – from the Horn of Africa and Yemen to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The term “war on terror” has entered the language as a catch-all phrase for issues from the inconvenience of security checks at airports to drone attacks in Pakistan. Officially, however, the global war on terror is now over. The Obama administration has rebranded and renamed the Global War on Terror, the Overseas Contingency Operation.

Bush "War on Terror" -  Crash And Burn
    Since March 2009, the Pentagon and US Department of Defense have been requested to refrain from using the term, Global War on Terror.
    In terms of blood and treasure, the wars have been costly for the US and Nato. In Iraq, the US and its allies lost almost 5,000 troops. More than 32,000 were wounded. In Afghanistan, where casualty rates have increased five-fold in five years, the US and its allies have lost almost 3,000 killed in action with a further 13,000 wounded.
    More than 10,000 US and foreign mercenaries – euphemistically termed security contractors – have also been killed and injured in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    The strain of a decade of war on America’s volunteer army has been heavy. According to the US Army Surgeon General 66,935 US troops suffer from acute combat stress reaction. In addition, the US Congressional Research Service has reported that a staggering 178,876 US veterans have suffered traumatic brain injuries. Almost 2,000 of these veterans are amputees and hundreds have also died of self-inflicted wounds or suicide while on active service in Iraq and Afghanistan.

What Did They Die For?
The rate of suicide among US troops has more than doubled since 9/11. For civilians, the cost of war has been especially high. While estimates vary, British medical journal The Lancet suggests that a minimum of 655,000 Iraqi civilians were killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Similar studies suggest that approximately 4,000 Afghan civilians have died during Operation Enduring Freedom. These figures represent those killed by both coalition troops and belligerent forces within Iraq and Afghanistan. The majority of civilian casualties, in both countries, were inflicted by insurgents.

    The US Congressional Research Service, in its March 2011 report, states that the Overseas Contingency Operation has cost the US taxpayer $1.3 trillion – $130 billion per annum since 9/11. At present, US military operations worldwide cost $386 million per day, or $4,000 dollars per second. According to US Congressional estimates, the final bill will total $1.8 trillion.

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Delusional Cheney Refuses To Admit Making Mistakes As Vice President

Soon to be prosecuted war criminal hallucinates avoidance of prison

By Wolf Blitzer

Los Angeles (CNN) – 

Former Vice President Dick Cheney refuses to say he made any mistakes at all during his eight years in the Bush administration. He tells me he has no regrets whatsoever.

Cheney: War Criminal
During our interview, in short, he was vintage Cheney. He strongly defended his record on every single controversial issue I raised with him: the nearly $1 trillion TARP economic bailout package that the Bush administration pushed through Congress during its final weeks; the decision to invade Iraq even though Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with 9/11; the failure to kill Osama bin Laden when he was cornered in Tora Bora shortly after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan; and the failure to take any steps in the summer of 2001 when he and President George W. Bush were warned that al Qaeda was planning to attack Americans in the United States.

I pointed out to the former vice president that everyone makes mistakes, and there’s nothing wrong with admitting mistakes. We are, after all, only human. No one is perfect.

But he refused to budge. “I'm proud of the policies we put in place. I think they did the job we intended for them to do. And I'm not inclined to make any mea culpas,” Cheney said. Just as in his new best-seller “In My Time,” Cheney defended every controversial decision he made.

He acknowledged that the intelligence suggesting that Saddam Hussein had stockpiles filled with weapons of mass destruction was wrong. Still, he defended the decision to invade Iraq and remove Saddam from power. His basic argument: the world is better off without Saddam. When I asked him if he had any regrets in Iraq, he said, “I think we made exactly the right decisions.”

On the economy, I pointed out that the Bush administration inherited a strong economy from the Clinton administration. There were robust budget surpluses for as far as the eye could see.

But during the eight years of the Bush administration, those surpluses became deficits. The national debt doubled – going from $5 trillion to $10 trillion. Moreover, the country went into a horrible economic recession in the final months of the Bush administration, teetering on the brink of a depression.

Yet Cheney refused to accept any personal responsibility.

The huge budget deficits were largely the result of no significant spending cuts to pay for two wars, two rounds of tax cuts and a new, unfunded Medicare mandate – prescription drug benefits for seniors.

Cheney: No Regrets

By: CNN's Ashley Killough

When talking about his eight years as vice president, Dick Cheney said he had no regrets from his time working as former President George W. Bush's right-hand man.

"And I'm not inclined to make any mea culpas," Cheney told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an interview to air on the "Situation Room" Tuesday.

Promoting his new book, "In My Time," a 352-page memoir, Cheney spoke about his four decades in government, the Sept. 11 attacks, and his involvement with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Cheney had an instrumental role in the decision to send troops to Iraq nearly two years after 9/11. Widespread doubts emerged about the government's initial reason for going to war: suspicions that the country had links to terrorist cells and was harboring weapons of mass destruction.

When asked if the current fatality count of more than 4,000 troops in Iraq, coupled with the hundreds of billions of dollars spent on the war, made it a worthy endeavor, Cheney said "yes.

Headed for The Hague: Rice, Cheney, Bush

"No doubt about it," Cheney said. "When we went in and took down Saddam Hussein, first of all, we got rid of one of the worst dictators in the world.

Cheney added that the takeout of Hussein prompted then-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to "cough" up his nuclear materials at the time.

Still talking about the war in Iraq, he later said: "I think we made exactly the right decisions."

"There were a lot of things that came out of what we did in Iraq that were very positive," Cheney said. "We're much better off today with Saddam Hussein gone. We've got Moammar Gadhafi gone. We got a lot done. We didn't get it all done, but we got a lot done.

Cheney has been the target for criticism surrounding the government's interrogation methods of terrorist suspects. He stood by those methods Tuesday, arguing that they prevented another terrorist attack in the United States.

"I think a lot of the most controversial things we did that people didn't like, like the terrorist surveillance program and enhanced interrogation, were things that allowed us to save lives," Cheney said.

He also congratulated President Barack Obama for overseeing the mission that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden in May. But Cheney added that the Bush administration also deserves credit for the success.

"A lot of the work we did in the intelligence community and special operations forces in that period of time laid that groundwork for the ultimate capturing and killing of Osama bin Laden," Cheney said.

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New CIA chief Petraeus pledges to defend America

Agence France-Presse
Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 -- 7:46 am

    David Petraeus pledged to confront the many threats facing America as he took the reins of the CIA, a decade after the 9/11 attacks that led to two wars where the former general made his name.

    Petraeus was sworn in to lead the civilian covert war against Al-Qaeda having hung up his army uniform less than a week ago after a 37-year career that ended with years of difficult command roles in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Betrayus With Bush
     Wearing a business suit and burgundy tie, Petraeus took the oath of office on a Bible at a ceremony led by Vice President Joe Biden in the Roosevelt room of the White House, instead of CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

    A voracious consumer of intelligence documents, Petraeus, 58, brings at a pivotal time to the agency his experience as a commander who melded military and intelligence operations to an extraordinary degree in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    He succeeds Leon Panetta, now the defense secretary, ahead of a complete US troop pullout in Iraq later this year and a phased withdrawal from Afghanistan, both of which remain plagued by violence, in 2014.

     Petraeus, pointing to his experience as a four star general but stressing that he knew he faced a different challenge in his new post as the nation's spy chief, said he would seek to make the CIA "ever better."

    "I've found through hard experience that it's important to continually learn and adapt, to constantly assess situations, to identify and share lessons learned," he said in a statement released by the agency after the swearing in.
    He later sent a note to all employees, praising "the talented men and women of the CIA, whose courage, ingenuity, and hard work have made a decisive difference in protecting the nation."

    "I eagerly look forward to starting our work together, and to bringing our agency's unique strengths to bear on the many foreign threats and opportunities our country faces," he added.

    Ambitious and supremely disciplined, Petraeus has sometimes irritated fellow commanders, earning the nickname "King David." But his successes on the battlefield won him fame and the confidence of US presidents.

    Then president George W. Bush put him in command of US forces in Iraq in 2007 as the country was descending into civil war and Petraeus won acclaim in some quarters for salvaging the situation with a controversial troop surge.

    Whether the decision to increase troop numbers turned the tide in Iraq is still under debate, with critics arguing that the real reason violence receded was because Al-Qaeda's brutal tactics alienated Sunni tribal leaders.

    President Barack Obama turned to Petraeus to take command in Afghanistan in mid-2010 as security conditions deteriorated despite a surge of 30,000 extra US soldiers.

    Before stepping down in July after nearly a year as head of the US-led force in Afghanistan, Petraeus claimed progress as American troops rolled back the insurgents in the south while Afghan security forces expanded.
    But the Taliban remains resilient and US troop deaths in Afghanistan are at record levels just days from the 10-year anniversary of September 11, which prompted Bush to order an invasion to oust a government that was harboring Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden.

    The CIA has in recent years conducted a lethal and often controversial campaign of drone attacks in neighboring Pakistan that former chief Panetta contends has brought Al-Qaeda to the brink of strategic defeat.

Predator Drone
 But Petraeus also inherits tense relations with Islamabad and its intelligence services, which were infuriated by a clandestine May 2 raid by US Navy SEALs that killed bin Laden in a Pakistani garrison town.

Seal Team 6
Pakistan's ISI Agency reacted by arresting local informants who helped the CIA prepare for the raid, and American suspicions of Pakistani complicity in hiding bin Laden have run high.

As CIA director, however, Petraeus' responsibilities will extend far beyond Al-Qaeda to some of the hardest and most complex targets facing US intelligence -- North Korea, Iran and China among them.

    When Petraeus retired from the military on August 30, Admiral Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, hailed him as one of the "giants" in US military history.

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The real truth on 9/11 slowly continues to bleed out

Technical experts are mounting major challenges to official U.S. government accounts of how three World Trade Center skyscrapers collapsed in near-freefall after the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago.

Many researchers are focusing especially on the little-known collapse of



The Geopolitics Of The United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

The Empire and the inevitable fall of the Obama criminal regime

STRATFOR Editor’s Note: This installment on the United States, presented in two parts, is the 16th in a series of STRATFOR monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs.

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that became the United States.



Geopolitics Of The United States Part 2: American Identity And The Threats of Tomorrow

A look back at 2011 predictions for the future in order to put events of today into perspective

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We have already discussed in the first part of this analysis how the American geography dooms whoever controls the territory to being a global power, but there are a number of other outcomes that shape what that power will be like. The first and most critical is the impact of that geography on the American mindset.



By Robert S. Finnegan

This e-mail outlines and confirms the acts of espionage against Indonesia and Indonesians by Akiko Makino and the others involved both in Kobe University and in AI Lab at University of Airlangga, Surabaya; Bahasa Indonesia original follows English translation...



UPDATED 01/07/2015 : New Analysis Challenges Tamiflu Efficacy; Hong Kong Corona Virus Outbreak


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Obama criminals now resulting to biowarfare in quest to destroy Chinese and ASEAN economy; "novel virus substrain" points directly to a Kawaoka / Fouchier / Ernala-Ginting Kobe lab virus weaponized and genetically altered to specifically target and infect the Asian population: Ribavirin...



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The 5th Estate has just purchased a library on H5N1 "Novel" virus pandemics, there are dozens of PDF and Exel documents we feel will assist you in saving lives following intentional releases of the H5N1 and now MERS viruses; we will begin by printing those that appear to be extremely relevant here: H5N1 Kobe-Kawaoka-Ernala series continues soon with more "Smoking Gun" e-mails from Teridah Ernala to The 5th Estate . . .



By Robert S. Finnegan

On October 12, 2002 the Indonesian island of Bali experienced a terrorist attack that rocked the world. It was unquestionably well-coordinated and executed, the largest in the country's history.