Sep 09, 2013

The Whole Globe Just Became A Giant Killing Field (continued)

Developing Countries (continued)

MERS “Novel Coronavirus” Outbreak in Saudi Arabia – Most Likely A Genetically-Modified Bat Coronavirus

I’ve been writing about MERS since the whole thing started, and have pointed out the various bioweapon elements of the SARS-like virus, such as a woman who shared a hospital room with an infected patient for two days and later became infected, herself:

My question is: Why was this 2nd patient sharing a hospital room with someone infected with a contagious, novel virus? For two days, on top of that? What kind of biohazard protection measures were put in place to prevent human-to-human transmission from occurring? Were they actually trying to provoke that gain of function or experiment with infected cases to see if they could infect others?

Another indication of MERS-CoV being a bioweapon is the potential transmission to first-world nations through organ transplantation, which is a huge business – and often, an illegal one – around the world.

Other WHO experts have become concerned that workers from the middle east could infect citizens of other countries, such as the Philippines and India. Also, the KSA’s health minister talked  about the coronavirus and organ transplantation in the same sentence while mentioning a strange meeting of health officials in Saudi Arabia , which I found quite odd.

“The Kingdom has asked the Council to include coronavirus issue for discussion in the agenda of the meeting along with the issues of ethics of organ implantation and the recommendation made by the Council of Health Services in the Kingdom on ways to deal with patients with implanted  organs,” he said.

So, where did this virus originate?

According to The National, MERS-CoV originated in “a cluster of viruses from Qatar and the UAE (United Arab Emirates)” found in a Qatari man who died in a hospital in Munich, Germany late last year. Wait a minute, I thought this was one virus, not a “cluster” of them! Just how many genetic variants and subtypes of MERS-CoV are there?
Luckily, an author at RedOrbit is nice enough to break down the zoonotic nature of the virus and where the “experts” think it magically came from:

MERS-CoV is similar to the SARS virus that first emerged in Asia in 2003, and is also similar to the coronavirus found in bats. While experts still do not know the exact origin of this new virus, theorists suggest it may have started in bats, camels or goats.

Purdue scientists expand:

“MERS-CoV and SARS are similar, yet distinctly different coronaviruses,” Mesecar said. …. MERS-CoV appears to be more virulent than SARS…”

So, we have a winner: MERS-CoV is basically a recombination of SARS and the Bat version of coronavirus. That’s all they had to say. But they aren’t “saying” it, at least not loud enough for people to understand the real story here: This was a biological weapon designed to infect people readily like a weak coronavirus, but have the lethality of SARS (another man-made biological weapon). It’s designed to travel undetected and readily from human to human, causing symptoms and death in a number of them, and no symptoms at all in others.

Scientists say they are one step closer to understanding the origins of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), the deadly viral disease that has been spreading in the Middle East for more than a year. They have found a small fragment of the virus’s genome in an Egyptian tomb bat from Saudi Arabia, suggesting that these bats are a source of the virus—although another animal species may act as the bridge to humans.

Since it was first discovered in 2012, MERS has sickened 97 people and killed 47, most of them in Saudi Arabia. The virus has sometimes been transmitted from one patient to the next, but in most cases the source of infection remains unclear. Epidemiologists have speculated that bats, which are host to several related viruses, could be a reservoir. Scientists just reported finding a coronavirus closely resembling MERS in the feces of a South African bat.

If MERS-CoV is believed to be a “natural” outbreak, why do the Dutch hold a patent on it?

According to Bloomberg, the novel coronavirus that has now taken the life of a person living in France, Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) has been patented by a Dutch company. It gets worse, however ; The patent was applied for last year, not that recently.
Albert Osterhaus and Ron Fouchier, virologists at Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands, said patenting the virus was a “normal thing to do,” and that they have shared it freely with more than 40 labs worldwide, in a phone interview from Rotterdam yesterday.
Ron Foucier has also been involved in bird flu research for the CDC (see below), so it’s not surprising to see him involved in this. Also strange is the fact that the Saudis are crying foul altogether because it seems they’re being left out of their “cut” of the eugenics deal that is to be this particular outbreak. Especially relevant is their recent meeting about human organ transplantation and this novel coronavirus, so it could be that they are getting royally screwed (pun intended), and just want money for their elite-controlled government in exchange for the epidemic to proceed smoothly and efficiently throughout selected towns and cities.

Saudi Deputy Health Minister, Ziad Memish, told the World Health Assembly in Geneva earlier yesterday that the virus was sent from the country without proper permission, and that scientists outside the country had signed contracts with companies that make antivirals and vaccines…

Fouchier authored a study last year that showed five genetic tweaks to the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus made it airborne in ferrets, the mammals whose response to flu most closely resembles that of humans. Fouchier’s team, and another group led by Yoshihiro Kawaoka at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, called a voluntary moratorium on the work after publication of their studies was delayed over concerns their research may be used by bioterrorists.

Apparently, all the controversy about the patent stems from an incident directly involving Foucier and Osterhaus basically scooping up the virus before anyone else had a chance and patenting it right under the Saudis noses, when all they wanted was an analysis of the sample.

            The doctor who treated the first case, Ali Mohamed Zaki, sent a sample of the virus to Osterhaus and         Fouchier for identification, Osterhaus said.

“He didn’t know what he had,” he said.

WHO Director-General Margaret Chan told health ministers and officials at the assembly yesterday that the virus should have been sent to a WHO lab, and that she would investigate the legal implications of the event.

Although I don’t trust the WHO any more than I do these “Intellectual Patent” whores (the same kind of whores that work for Monsanto, except they work with lethal viruses), I agree with Dr. Margaret Chan that this thing stinks.

“Please, I’m very strong on this point, and I want you to excuse me,” she said. “Tell your scientists in your country, because you’re the boss. You’re the national authority. Why would your scientists send specimens out to other laboratories on a bilateral manner and allow other people to take intellectual property rights on a new disease?”

There is a blatant attempt by all health agencies in collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Institute of Human Virology, and others to create new viruses, specifically because all the old ones are “un-patentable”. In other words, these drug and biotech firms couldn’t put a patent on, say, chickenpox unless it was a modified/mutated/gain-of-function achieved form of chickenpox. And Foucier was just waiting for something like this to drop in his lap so the company he works for can file a patent on it. After that is achieved, it becomes very difficult for the governments of those countries to have any information for their own scientists about the virus unless they pay the royalties for it. It’s a combination of robbery and eugenics, both being things these people seem to be very good at.

(To Be Continued…)