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Could These Be The Next Scamdemics? Two New Avian Influenza Viruses Alleged To Have Jump From Birds To Humans

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Published on: June 2, 2021

China – ground zero it is claimed for the unproven to exist coronavirus that purportedly causes COVID-19 has been noted to be ground zero for various types of avian influenza or “bird flu”. The influenza A viruses – Asian/57, Hong Kong 68, and Russian/77 reportedly originated in China. In 2004, China reported an outbreak of H5N1 on January 27, in the Guanxi Province near the Vietnamese border; however, three days later, outbreaks were seen in Hubei province, where Wuhan is located, and Hunan province, as well as suspected outbreaks in Shanghai and Anhui provinces. March of 2013 saw an outbreak of H7N9 in the Chinese provinces of Shanghai and Anhui provinces, with subsequent outbreaks occurring in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.

In February of 2018, a woman in Southern China was diagnosed with the bird flu strain of H7N4, which apparently only affected her since the “virus rarely jumps from birds to humans”. In early January 2021, Hong Kong discovered “highly pathogenic” H5N8 strain in droppings taken from the Mai Po nature reserve, but this strain has not been shown to have ever infected humans – until the first human case was reported in Russia in February 2021. In fact, the South China Morning Post warned of the risk of a “new pandemic”. [Hmmm?] And, it reported the H5N8 strain is found in 46 countries at least.

Just today, The Epoch Times reported a man in Eastern China, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province near Shanghai, has contracted the first human case of H10N3 – a type of avian influenza.

The 41-year-old man, who wasn’t identified, was hospitalized in late April with H10N3 in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province, located near Shanghai, according to China’s National Health Commission in a statement on its website.

The commission stated that no other cases have been reported.

This infection is an accidental cross-species transmission,” its statement said, while also claiming that “the risk of large-scale transmission is low,” according to a Chinese-to-English translation.

The agency stated that the man developed a fever and other symptoms; he was diagnosed with H10N3 about a month later, on May 28.

Filip Claes, the regional laboratory coordinator of the Food and Agriculture Organization, told the Reuters news agency that this strain of bird flu is “not a very common virus.”

Over the years, several strains of bird flu have been found among animals in China, although reports of mass outbreaks among humans are rare.

The last human epidemic involving a bird flu strain, H7N9, occurred in China in 2016 and 2017. H7N9, which has a relatively high mortality rate, has infected some 1,700 people and killed 613 since 2013, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization.

Last year, Chinese health officials reported outbreaks of H5N1 bird flu, including one that forced the culling of 18,000 chickens in Hunan Province.

Does anyone else find it extremely odd that the communist country of China, where it is reported that gain of function research on “coronaviruses” occur, which influenza viruses are in that class, appear to be ground zero for species jumping avian influenza? Granted, Russia has reported the first case of animal to human transmission of H5N8 – as the world is warned about a “new pandemic”, yet, China has been the profound leader in reporting “new” avian influenza strains jumping to humans from migrating/wild birds that infect poultry stock and sometimes pigs.

While China has reported the new H10N3 strain, SciTechDaily recently called the H5N8 strain a “considerable public health concern – particularly considering the first human cases of H5N8 infection were first reported last December”. The source article indicated the outbreak in Russia actually occurred in December 2020, not February 2021. Yet, most reports reviewed use the February 2021 date as the outbreak occurrence, but that was the time it was reported to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Countries cited where the H5N8 strain has been found in the bird population are China, South Korea, Japan, Germany, Russia, India, Ireland, Denmark, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Israel, Kazakhstan, Canada, the united States, and in African nations. Interestingly enough, the first “isolation” of H5N8 occurred in Jiangsu, China from a domestic duck in a wet market in 2010. Remember, wet markets are live animal markets or what is called a “live poultry market” (LPM). The H5N8 outbreak was purported to have occurred from infected migratory birds – ducks, swans, and geese, which meet in Arctic breeding grounds, that infected domesticated birds.

What was particularly interesting in the article at happened to appear in the last paragraph.

Because of the long-distance migration of wild birds, the innate capacity for reassortment of AIVs, the increased human-type receptor binding capability, and the constant antigenic variation of HPAIVs, it is imperative that the global spread and potential risk of H5N8 AIVs to poultry farming, avian wildlife, and global public health are not ignored. Therefore, surveillance of HPAIVs [highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses] in poultry farms, LPMs, and wild birds should be restored to the level before the COVID-19 pandemic or higher. Further assessment of the transmissibility, pathogenicity, and antigenicity of H5N8 is also required. If there is distinct antigenic variation, vaccines should be updated with the emergent HPAIVs. In addition, decreasing small-scale family-based poultry farming, increasing large-scale high-standard modern poultry farming, and enhanced management of LPMs will help reduce the spread of HPAIVs and potential human infections. Education and outreach are also important, including enhanced personal protection measures during the influenza season, keeping away from wild birds, and avoiding hunting and eating wild birds. [Emphasis mine]

Notice the measures being proposed – surveillance of wild birds and poultry farms and live poultry markets; study of the H5N8 pathogen (could it include gain of function?), including H5N8 or emergent HPAIVs in “vaccines (could that mean a new experiment mRNA injection for it?), decrease “small-scale family based poultry farming”, increasing “large-scale high-standard modern poultry farming”, “enhanced management” of LPM’s, and wearing “enhanced personal protection measures” during influenza season while urging distance from wild birds, avoidance of hunting and eating wild fowl.

Does that sound a bit familiar?

While the world has remained in the throes of the CONvid-1984 scam-demic, reports have surfaced of two new avian influenza strains that have infected humans – one from China, the other from Russia. Based on the intimation by various nefarious sources – The World Health Organization, Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, and the Centers for Disease Control – concerning “emerging pandemics” and/or future “new pandemics”, one cannot help but be suspicious because of the corruption, malpractice, and criminality in the medical scientific community uncovered bare during the CONvid-1984 planned scam-demic. Moreover, one has to question the rapidly increasing originations, particularly in China, of avian influenza. Could it be the result of an increase in gain of function research in the 2000s? Or, could it be attempts to initiate world-wide “pandemics” that failed until CONvid-1984? Now, that the world has succumbed to one “scam-demic”, could the stage being set now center around an “avian influenza” pandemic either by the purported H5N8 or H10N3 strains?

Let me digress for a moment. Growing up on a farm as a child in the late sixties (don’t do the math on my age), our family had cows, pigs, and chickens. It was not unusual for me to have a pet of at least one of these animals. During milking, a small child, me, would walk the narrow ledge to feed the cows, pet each one, and sometimes attach the milking machine to the udders, as well as play with the new calves. On countless occasions, eggs were gathered, the chickens fed and ailing chickens nursed back to health, if possible, under the supervision of my maternal grandmother and grandfather. It wasn’t unusual to find me carrying around a chicken almost constantly whether sick or not as several of the “reds” were designated by me as my pets.

Not once did any sickness occur because of caring for these animals – none. And, children are not the most “hygienic” when it comes to hand washing. Several times, we nursed injured wild birds back to health, usually small sparrows and such. On occasion, there would be ducks seen in the rivers, lakes and ponds near our home. One was lucky to see a swan, but they were there. Yet, somehow, there was never any “influenza”, much less “bird flu” that occurred. Were duck, geese, and swans not migrating to Arctic breeding grounds then?

Supposedly, the first cases of avian influenza occurred in China/Southeast Asia in 1957 and 1968 – the prime years that I was handling cows, pigs and chickens without becoming sick. And, is it coincidental that all further outbreaks of “new avian influenza” occur in China/Southeast Asia first, then spread worldwide? Is it purely coincidental that these species jumping influenzas are becoming more prevalent since man began the study of these pathogens? Or, could it be that man has influenced pathogens to “jump species”?

Here’s particularly important information from the WHO regarding the H5N8 “outbreak” in Russia.

– Between December 3 and December 11, 101,000 laying hens out of 900,000 on the farm in Russia died, prompting an investigation;

– Samples from the birds confirmed H5N8;

– Clinical specimens taken from farm workers produced results “suggestive of recent infection” with H5N8 – five of the seven were women;

-Outbreak containment measures began immediately – cessation of poultry production cycles, and product transportation from the affected farm, culling and disposing of poultry, eggs, litter and disinfection of contaminated premises;

– All cases remained asymptomatic (not sick) for the duration follow-up, which lasted several weeks;

– Testing during the follow-up included nasopharyngeal swab using PCR technology producing positive results and serum (blood) testing;

– 24 contacts were identified and traced with a total of 150 individuals monitored;

– Individuals were given prophylactic antiviral treatments.

Not surprisingly, “genetic and phenotypic characterization of the virus is ongoing”.

It gets even better when looking at the advice from the WHO.

These cases do not change the current WHO recommendations on public health measures and surveillance of animal and seasonal human influenza, which should continue to be implemented. Respiratory transmission occurs mainly by droplets, disseminated by unprotected coughs and sneezes. Short-distance airborne transmission of influenza viruses may occur, particularly in crowded enclosed spaces. Hand contamination, direct inoculation of virus, exposure to infected birds or virus-contaminated materials or environments are potential sources of infection.

Thorough investigation of all potential novel influenza human infections is warranted. All human infections caused by a novel influenza subtype are notifiable under the International Health Regulations (IHR), and State Parties to the IHR are required to immediately notify WHO of any laboratory-confirmed case of a recent human infection caused by new influenza A subtype with the potential to cause a pandemic (please see case definitions for diseases requiring notification under the IHR ). Evidence of illness is not required. [Emphasis Mine.]

In the case of a confirmed or suspected human infection, a thorough epidemiologic investigation of history of exposure to animals, of travel, and contact tracing should be conducted, even while awaiting the confirmatory laboratory results. The epidemiologic investigation should include early identification of unusual respiratory events that could signal person-to-person transmission of the novel virus. Clinical samples collected from the time and place that the case occurred should be tested and sent to a WHO Collaboration Center for further characterization.

The handling of the “outbreak” in Russia should sound extremely familiar to all. It appears the CONvid-19 planned scam-demic has ushered in a new era of using many unreliable measures for prevention and detection of “viruses”. But the cherry on top is this little statement from the WHO – “The development of zoonotic influenza candidate vaccine viruses for potential use in human vaccines, coordinated by WHO, remains an essential component of the overall global strategy for influenza pandemic preparedness”.

Welcome to the generation of mRNA gene-altering poisonous injections for everything under the sun.

There were those who predicted all of what the WHO has now implemented as “standard mitigation measures” when the CONvid-1984 planned scam-demic was exposed.

Did anyone know that a Global Consortium for H5N8 and Related Influenza Viruses was held in 2016, that the outbreak of H5N8 subtype occurred in South Korean fowl in January of 2014 and spread worldwide? That bit of information was found in the sources of the cited article, “Emerging H5N8 avian influenza viruses” at

Keep your eyes on both H5N8 and H10N3. According to the sources, both of these influenza viruses have a low human to human transmission risk. These could be the next “viruses” nefarious individuals and entities tag for the next scam-demics. Be sure and acquaint yourself with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security “The SPARS Pandemic 2025 – 2028″ scenario. It is basically the blueprint for “something” on the horizon now that nefarious entities/individuals/government stooges learned how well the people respond when fear porned during the population’s first “pandemic” scam. How much easier will it be the next time to get the sheeple masked, isolated, quarantined, isolated, PCR tested, social distanced and injected with more experimental mRNA gene-altering poisonous soup?

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