Ground Zero on Our Own Soil? The Real Pandemic

Ground Zero on Our Own Soil? The Real Pandemic

Dust off those masks, and roll up your sleeves. Moderna and our government are ready for you!

Moderna has enjoyed skyrocketing stocks largely due to its alliance with government-funded mRNA technology to solve the next manufactured, albeit deadly pandemic on the horizon.

As we follow the progression of the new pandemic on the horizon, remember this clade over the coming months:

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 clade

(definition of a clade “in biology is a group of organisms that consists of a common ancestor and all its descendants).  In the case of the HPAI H5N1 clade, this refers to that strain as having a common ancestor, a common beginning- speculation is that it was developed in a laboratory, NOT natural origin, originating in a laboratory.

Why does this matter and is so frightening- and potentially dangerous?

Dr. Peter McCullough and colleagues have recently published a meticulously researched and referenced paper titled:” Proximal Origin of Epidemic Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 Clade and Spread by Migratory Waterfowl after examining peer-reviewed literature on the new bird flu strain known as Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 Clade

According to a May 16, 2024, advisory issued by the World Health Organization:

 “The goose/Guangdong lineage of H5N1 avian influenza viruses first emerged in 1996 and has been causing outbreaks in birds since then. Since 2020, a variant of these viruses has led to an unprecedented number of deaths in wild birds and poultry in many countries. First affecting Africa, Asia, and Europe, in 2021, the virus spread to North America, and in 2022, to Central and South America.  From 2021 to 2022, Europe and North America observed their largest and most extended epidemic of avian influenza with unusual persistence of the virus in wild bird populations.

Since 2022, there have been increasing reports of deadly outbreaks among mammals also caused by influenza A(H5) – including influenza A(H5N1) – viruses. There are likely to be more outbreaks that have not been detected or reported.

 Both land and sea mammals have been affected, including outbreaks in farmed fur animals, seals, and sea lions, and detections in other wild and domestic animals such as foxes, bears, otters, raccoons, cats, dogs, cows, goats, and others”.

The variant referred to in this WHO advisory is known as highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 clade A literature review on this variant revealed that it—and the subtype (H5Nx) from which it emerged—possess conspicuous functions that were not evident in the viruses from which this new clade is alleged to have evolved.

These functions include the following:

1) Increased transmissibility leading to markedly faster intercontinental spread.

2) Increased persistence, causing uncharacteristic outbreaks during summer seasons.

3) Increased virulence for both domesticated and wild birds.

4) Increased host range, including a variety of mammal species.

HPAI H5N1 belonging to clade (genotype B3.13) are currently infecting a large number and variety of animal species in the United States, resulting in sporadic human infections. In the context of modern viral outbreaks involving pathogenic organisms, it is crucial to evaluate the potential origins of the virus, including the possibility of laboratory involvement.

2 Regions Where HPAI H5N1 clade was discovered correspond with 2 regions where gain of function research was being conducted

The outbreaks initially occurred in regions where gain of function research was going on. According to their research, “The proximal origins of HPAI H5N1 Clade may be the USDA Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory (SEPRL) in Athens, Georgia and the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.”

The paper goes on to state

“The NP gene of H5N1 clade (genotype B3.13), which is causing outbreaks in cattle, was reported to have likely originated from an avian influenza A virus derived from mallard ducks. Significant mutations found in recent human cases, including PB2 E627K and PB2 M631L, also suggest links to serial passage experiments.

 However, further investigation is urgently needed to confirm these findings and to identify all H5N1 laboratory leaks that may have occurred with a focus on mallard ducks and other migratory waterfowl, which have the potential to infect a large number of poultry and livestock facilities around the world. A moratorium on gain-of-function research including serial passage of H5N1 is indicated to prevent a man-made influenza pandemic affecting animals and humans.”

Recent statements from the WHO don’t ease concerns

What YOU can do

Contact your local state representative and let them know you want an immediate moratorium on gain of function research.

Get prepared

The Contagion Kit has been updated to include Tamiflu, an antiviral proven to mitigate the effects of influenza, including avian influenza. However, you must take it as soon as you experience symptoms. Don’t wait, being prepared is peace of mind.

Written by Brooke Lounsbury

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