OUTBREAK ALERT: ‘Disease X’ Bird Flu Strain Kills Over 600 In China Outbreak

by | Jun 19, 2018 | Headline News | 19 comments

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    A new strain of bird flu, H7N9, has sparked fears of a major outbreak among scientists. Dubbed “Disease X.” the new strain has already infected more than 1600 people and killed over 600 of those in China.

    Experts believe at this time that this virus could become more contagious. According to Plant Based News, as of right now, the only way a human can become infected with “disease X” is to come in contact with infected birds but there’s a high degree of speculation that that will change in the near future. Experts suspect that as few as three mutations could result in a human-to-human contagion causing a potentially worldwide pandemic.

    England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Johnathan Van-Tam also expressed fears that H7N9 “could be the cause of the next pandemic,” because the new strain kills about kills 38 percent of those it infects.  “[H7N9] is an example of another virus which has proven its ability to transmit from birds to humans,” said Van-Tam.

    According to Newsweek, The World Health Organization in March included “Disease X” in its most recent global strategy and preparedness plan known as the 2018 R&D Blueprint. The name, “represents the knowledge that a serious international epidemic could be caused by a pathogen currently unknown to cause human disease, and so the R&D Blueprint explicitly seeks to enable cross-cutting R&D preparedness that is also relevant for an unknown “Disease X” as far as possible.”

    Symptoms of infection include fever, coughing, shortness of breath, pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, septic shock, and organ failure.


    “Influenza viruses constantly change and it is possible that this virus could gain the ability to spread easily and sustainably among people, triggering a global outbreak of disease,” says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It has the “greatest risk to severely impact public health if it were to achieve sustained human-to-human transmission.”


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      1. As long as it kills Chinese, it’s okay with me.

      2. I have a mean streak. I place human life before animals.

        But birds, being fed their own eggs…

        • I prefer some animals first over some humans. Just saying…

          • Got some Rene Boucher types on my street.

      3. I’d like to say something positive for once. We’re positively doomed.

      4. On the plus side: China is overcrowded.

        Seriously, does anybody not believe the powers that be are not planning to reduce the population of the world one way or another. Bird flu would be hard to control. But bird flu vaccine could give tptb control of who is killed and they make money at the same time.

        I once read an article by a woman who lived through the forced famine of Ukraine. After the war was over she went to South America. There she experienced extreme poverty. But once the got a few live chickens their way of life became tolerable. They were able to eat their plenty of eggs and still sell some eggs for other things.

        I wonder if bird flu is real or if it is a lie.


        • Population of China: about 1.5 billion
          Number dead from chicken flu: about 600

          • I agree.

            WE kill, like, 50 Million chickens a year and they now kill 600 of us? We are way ahead !!!!

        • ALL flu comes from birds origionally. It has a bad habit of mutating regularly, and if it ever does the direct ‘human to human’ mutation we are ALL in serious trouble.

        • It is now claimed that a smallish reduction in overall population causes a dramatic drop in breeding, because that is exponential.

          Something like a 30% decrease, becomes magnified, over successive generations.

      5. The reason China always has disease is because they
        have chickens piled up in stock pens, filthy, dead, sick,
        diseased, ..all together…..who never see the sun, grass
        or fresh air their whole life. God only knows what crap
        they feed them.

        Those are breeding grounds for diseases.
        Do they dip them in bleach to kill the bacteria?

        This is a practice many chicken farms use.

        What would never pass for human consumption
        1950’s…is now permitted. People were smarter then.
        So many things were “illegal” then, now NAFTA ALLOWS
        other nations to play the shell game on the US.

        Our food is less food and more chemical content….less nutrition…
        less sanitary and more diseased.. It looks pretty on the outside
        but is rotten in the center because it was picked before ripening.

        • Don’t worry.

          The FDA will protect us.

        • Been to China 4 times never saw any of that, how many times have you been? where did you go and see this?


      7. Choking the chicken I see, no wonder this bird flu is so wide spread. He needs to have some respect for himself.

      8. I got my chickens vaxxed.gall dang it that’s expensive. I couldn’t afford to getting all done so i started dunking em in bleach. Gall dang they put up fuss. Scratched me up bad. They quit layin eggs and always squawkin . I let the vaxxed ones back in with the squawkers. Gall dang that was a mistake. The squawkers were tougher they run the vaxxed ones off the farm all hell broke loose. The neighbors were squawking as much as the chickens. I thought someone must’ve dunked them in bleach. I had enough. I’m going down to dunkin donuts.

      9. Sound’s like “THE STAND”!
        No one has the cure for it.
        Kiss our A– go by, and Give your soul to God.

      10. just sayin, grow your own, (of everything, to whatever extent possible.)

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