Human-To-Human H5N1
Confirmed - 150M
Deaths Predicted


Note - This story, and others, now confirm EXACTLY what Dr. Henry L. Niman, PhD has been predicting EXCLUSIVELY on the Jeff Rense Program and, in writing, on since December of 2004: that this avian virus would slowly recombine in its mammalian hosts (pigs, dogs, cats, people) and 'learn' how to vector itself from human-to-human.
Dr. Niman's projections were unique in the world of microbiology...and he stood firm in the face of constant media disinformation and WHO/CDC obfuscation and coverup.
Both I and Drs. Niman and Dr. Patricia Doyle have further warned of this eventuality by pointing to the Executive Order signed by President Bush on April 1, 2005, which gave the Federal Government full authority for mass quarantining of Americans exposed, or 'suspected' of being exposed, to the H5N1 Virus. Here is the link to that Executive Order...
- Jeff Rense
Bush, Feds Can Quarantine Anyone With 'Flu-Like' Diseases
Human-To-Human Transmission Of Bird Flu Has
Been Confirmed In Indonesia (APA).
This Mutated Form Of The Virus Is The Danger Science Expected
(APA) -- The spread of the bird flu virus from human to human can claim millions of lives. According to pessimistic forecasts of the UN experts, the spread of the virus from human to human may lead to the death of at least 150 million people. Russian head sanitary inspector Gennadi Inishenko predicts 50 million and Russian Emergencies Ministry predicts 27 million might die from this virus.
The possibility of spread of the H5N1 virus from human to human was confirmed in Indonesia. The virus has been found on three children, who stayed in the same room with the infected woman.
The World Health Organization has investigated the death of six of seven members of a family, who contracted the deadly virus in Indonesia. It was confirmed that the 10-year-old child contracted the virus from his aunt and it spread to the father and other members of the family. The WHO is now conducting a large-scale investigation into the case of human-to-human transmission of bird flu.
The Health Ministry spokesman Samaye Mammadova told APA that no emergency sanitary regime is due to be held in Azerbaijan related to the investigation of new mutated form of the bird flu virus. She said precautions are being implemented.
The H5N1 virus has already killed more than 120 people worldwide since 2003. It has also devastated poultry stocks.




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