What’s With All the Planes Full of Sick People?

by | Sep 10, 2018 | Headline News | 27 comments

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    This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper

    Has anyone else found all those planes full of sick people rather alarming? If you aren’t familiar with this, let me enlighten you with a look at all the quarantined flights (and one that probably should have been) in the past week.

    It all seems like the start of a science fiction movie with a strain of something accidentally or deliberately released. We just have to wonder what it is that’s going to kill us all.

    The Plane from Dubai to JFK

    The first one that came to my attention was a flight into the United States from the Dubai. (FYI: Vanilla Ice was on that flight and that stupid song has been stuck in my head ever since.) On that plane headed toward JFK International Airport in New York City, approximately 100 passengers and members of the crew became ill. The CDC met the flight at the airport and determined that out of the plane full of 521 people, about a hundred of them self-reported fevers of over 100 degrees and coughing.

    19 of those people were found to be ill, 10 or 11 (reports vary) of them enough to be hospitalized by the CDC and the other 500+ people on that plane were sent on their ways…all over the nation, as JFK is a hub for international flights.

    Emirates‘ home office told U.S. officials it believes this incident was caused by food poisoning, but passengers also suggested a nasty flu virus could also be to blame.

    “Even well before the flight when we were online getting on board (in Dubai), there were people that were obviously very sick that should not have been allowed to get on board in the first place,” said passenger Erin Sykes.

    Some point to a particularly aggressive strain of the virus ravaging Mecca, where some of the passengers had recently spent time. (source)

    But don’t worry. CNN reported that it’s “just the flu or common cold.” No biggie. That was on September 5th.

    Now, if it was just the one plane, I’d still be kind of creeped out because I read a lot of books about pandemics that kill off most of the world’s population, but I probably wouldn’t have thought much more about it.

    But it wasn’t.

    The Plane from Algeria to Southern France

    On the same day as the UAE flight was briefly quarantined, 147 passengers on a flight into the Perpignan airport in the south of France were held for over an hour when it was feared that a child on board the plane was suffering from cholera. CHOLERA?

    “It is likely the child is carrying cholera and they will be evacuated to the hospital for examination,” said firefighters.

    The plane had traveled from Oran in Algeria, where a recent cholera epidemic has left three dead and over 70 people contaminated.

    The other passengers – 147 in total – and members of the flight crew were let off the plan shortly after 3.15 pm after being held on-board for just over an hour, according to reports in the French press.

    They were eventually allowed off after disinfecting their hands. (source)

    The good news is that the little boy did not have cholera. He just had regular old vomiting and diarrhea during the flight.

    The Two Planes from Europe to Philadelphia

    The following day, passengers from two different flights originating in Paris and Munich and landing in Philadelphia became ill enough for the CDC to be contacted. According to a Customs and Border Control spokesperson, 12 passengers, who had attended the hajj in Mecca, Saudi Arabia (sound familiar?) had complained of sore throats and coughs were not considered to be “extremely ill.”

    All 250 people on the two flights were assessed and everyone who wasn’t sick (yet) was released to go travel wherever it is that they were going.

    The Plane from Nigeria to London

    Possibly the strangest story yet is the one about the flight from Nigeria to London. The flight happened before all the other flights, but the information just came out on the news on the 8th. A Nigerian naval officer has been diagnosed with monkeypox but not until after everyone was already gone from the flight to their corners of the earth.

     Here’s my first question: What the heck is monkeypox?

    • Monkeypox is a rare viral zoonotic disease that occurs primarily in remote parts of central and west Africa, near tropical rainforests.
    • The monkeypox virus is similar to human smallpox, a disease that has been eradicated in 1980. Although monkeypox is much milder than smallpox, it can be fatal.
    • The monkeypox virus is mostly transmitted to people from various wild animals such as rodents and primates, but has limited secondary spread through human-to-human transmission.
    • Typically, case fatality in monkeypox outbreaks has been between 1% and 10%, with most deaths occurring in younger age groups.
    • There is no specific treatment or vaccine available although prior smallpox vaccination was highly effective in preventing monkeypox as well. (source)

    But there’s no need to worry about all this.

    The risk to the wider public is considered to be very low, PHE (Public Health England) said.

    PHE  has contacted 50 people it considers to be at risk, including those sitting closest to the patient on the flight from Abuja to Heathrow on Sunday, September 2.

    A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence said “all necessary steps” were being taken but that no other personnel had developed symptoms.

    The initial symptoms of monkeypox include fever, headache, muscle aches, backache, swollen lymph nodes, chills, and exhaustion.

    A painful rash with open sores can develop, often beginning on the face, then spreading to other parts of the body.

    The rash changes and goes through different stages before finally forming a scab, which later falls off. If the disease infects the eye it can lead to scarring of the cornea and, in some cases, blindness.

    Dr. Michael Jacobs, clinical director of infection at the Royal Free said: “Monkeypox is, in most cases, a mild condition which will resolve on its own and have no long-term effects on a person’s health. Most people recover within several weeks. (source)

    Monkeypox certainly sounds delightful.

    So what are we looking at here?

    At this point, probably nothing.

    Altogether, it’s pretty alarming when you see this many flights in a week’s time with people who are ill. But it’s probably not extraordinary. In fact, it’s most likely a common occurrence in air travel today. These stories just all happened to make the news within a few days of one another.

    But two things should really give us pause.

    First is just how easily an illness can spread from one part of the world to another. A pandemic could easily occur these days because of the speed of travel from one side of the earth to the opposite. You can read more about the way deadly illnesses spread in this article.

    Secondly, if this happens all the time, why are we just now hearing about all these cases? Is this some kind of subtle hint that a massive pandemic is coming? We can’t forget depopulation enthusiast Bill Gates’ grim warning earlier this year about how the next pandemic disease would kill off 30 million people within 6 months.

    At a discussion hosted by the Massachusetts Medical Society and the New England Journal of Medicine, Gates warned that we are not prepared for a major pandemic illness.

    “…there’s one area though where the world isn’t making much progress,” Gates said, “and that’s pandemic preparedness…”

    …Gates presented a simulation by the Institute for Disease Modeling that found that a new flu like the one that killed 50 million people in the 1918 pandemic would now most likely kill 30 million people within six months.

    And the disease that next takes us by surprise is likely to be one we see for the first time at the start of an outbreak, like what happened recently with SARS and MERS viruses…

    “The world needs to prepare for pandemics in the same serious way it prepares for war…”

    The one time the military tried a sort of simulated war game against a smallpox pandemic, the final score was “smallpox one, humanity zero,” Gates said. (source)

    While there’s no need to go into pandemic lockdown right now, this trend of planes full of sick people is definitely something to watch.

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      1. You missed the plane that had been in Saudi Arabia that later traveled from Australia to New Zealand.

        I’m guessing MERS-CoV. So of these may simply be returning Hajj pilgrims but may be a form of suicidebombers using germ warfare.

        Some Persians (Iranians) have been intentionally trying to trigger the 12 Imam / Mahdi hadith prophesy.



        • There is a remarkable similarity in the 12th Imam / Mahdi in Islam with what the Christians call the Antichrist.

          He’s a heroic figure in Islam and there Jesus praises him.

          He’s the spawn of Satan in Christianity and ushers in the Apocalypse.


          There are Muslim fanatics who believe they can do acts of extreme piety and bring about his reign.

      2. Captain Trips versus monkeypox. During the month of October 1918 almost 200 thousand people succumbed to the flu in this country alone.

      3. All flights originating from islamic savage countries.

        • “M” is this true????
          If so time to start placing them on a watch list. Oh shit we can do that it is decimating. Only way to kill the virus. IS FIRE!!!!!

          • I’d sure do a little dance if a hydrogen bomb was dropped on mecca with millions of scum muslims in attendance.

      4. 12 Monkeys………..

        • Orion,
          Was an excellent movie.
          Not plausible, except for the Eco-nut wanting to kill off humanity to “save” the world. That is fully believable.

      5. It is so obvious what the M/E is trying to do.
        Planting germs among the enemy….never having
        to fire a shot. Talk about a bunch of cowards!

        Putting the enemy in the defenive mode keeps us
        busy and unaware of other shiny objects.

        Stupid Americans! Keep up the dumbing down
        of our leaders, teachers, politicians talk show hosts.
        Oh yeah, sure, ya betcha….that is sure to
        win win win the war on ignorance and lead us into globalism……
        Just follow the Yellow Brick Road!!!
        (Maybe they will find their brains there.)

      6. “the next pandemic disease would kill off 30 million people within 6 months.”
        Presumably that would be city people. America would do quite well even if we lost 30 million city people. That is less than 10% of our population.

      7. At some point this will be done on purpose if not in the early stages. Cheap and sneaky way of killing off a lot of people.

      8. However the government and their murderous henchmen will remain blameless for all mass murder incidents. Why else would the CDC exist but to spread death when called upon?Control of disease the ultimate silent weapon.

      9. Going through the wonderful experience of boarding for a flight. Get packed in like sardines with kids kicking your seat from behind while the person in front of you reclines his seat. Breathing the same air that everyone else breathes. I totally understand why some passengers get totally snockered on the expensive drinks. Throw in the possibility of catching ebola or some other plague disease. I hate air travel!

      10. The common factor is Islam. All those flights come from Muslim countries. Islam is an unhealthy practice and lifestyle. Ask any doctor who deals with them. Here are just some of the practices that lead to poor health:

        1) Covering women up so that they can’t get enough Vitamin D from sunlight. Vitamin D is crucial for good health

        2) Covering women up so that their hoo-hangs do not get enough fresh air and stay healthy. Vaginas need to breathe.

        3) Most men have a boy catamite which they have anal sex with. That is a filthy practice. Many Muslims also have anal sex with young women to avoid puncturing their hymans and thus spoiling their virginity for marriage.

        4) Lack of excercise: most Muslim women do not excercise.

        5) Wiping ass with bare hand. This is the common practice after having a crap. Same hand is then used for food preparation.

        6) Poor public hygiene and sanitation in most Muslim countries. Africa is a total nightmare in this department.

        It goes on.

      11. It was obvious that the traitors were importing disease by allowing illegal migration. There were epidemics in Los Angeles back in the 1970’s and 80’s.

        Of course these migrants from Africa and the Middle East carry disease. It is treason. Of course they are killing us in many ways:

        Contaminated vaccines
        Psycho tropic drugs
        Lead, Mercury, and other poison
        Forced association/busing students
        Pushing race mixing
        Pushing homosexuality
        Pushing divorce and promiscuity
        Starting Brother vs Brother Wars

        It’s all designed to exterminate large numbers.

        They want us dead so that they can have it all.


      12. The environment on an airplane facilitates the spread of disease. It is filthy especially the seats and the tables and the close proximity is nonsensical.

        You are sitting next to a total stranger and breathing their fomites and every timethey exhale, bits of saliva are issued forth and onto you.

        They say that there is a fourfold increase in acquiring the flu on an airplane.

        I haven’t traveled by plane since the TSA started essentially sexually assaulting every passenger. No thank you.

        • You are totally correct. All airplanes use recycled air to ventilate the cabin. This air comes in from the engines and contains not only the spittle and exhalation of the other people in the cabin but also Jet A exhaust fumes.

          Now think about this: there has been an exponential increase in flights to and from the worst s-holes on the planet in the past two decades. People coming from the filthiest most disease-ridden, backward places on the planet step on planes every minute of every day and fly to the West. They get on the plane, they frig about with the meal tray, they (and flight attendents can tell you all about this) stand on the toilet seat and crap on it or piss all over the floor. Because slum people do not know how to use a flush toilet or wash their hands, they are totally confused when they have to deal with a hi-tech 21st century aircraft toilet.

          Now, after all this, they step off the plane and enter your city. The only good part about this is the TSA and customs have to touch these people and search them. Divine justice!

      13. Yep. And Frank, we ALL should worry about XD-R TB. That is drug resistant tuberulosis. That is some bad juju. It is extremely difficult to treat, and the patients are highly contagious, most often refuse to quarantine themselves,and arealmost certainly immigrants.

        I believe it will seriously harm the American healthcare system as in history, TB was a scourge. Look up old TB documentaries. We really won’t be able to treat this new variety that has been slowly increasing in the USA since 2008.

        What happens is TB creates a caeseous (cheeselike) granuloma. The TB creates a pocket in their lung. When their immune systemis depressed, it reemerges and infects folks around them.

        So any who are in close quarters like a university, a prison, a military barracks, etc will give to those around them.

        We should see immune compomised folks getting it first. So cancer patients, those with chromic respiratory issues, the elderly, sick infants, HIV / AIDS patients, etc.

        Now we used to quarantine immigrants regularly. Now what happens when an XDR-TB businessman gets on a flight to America? Maybe no one on the flight has noticeable symptoms for a month. They just seem to be weak and cough. Meanwhile they infected everyone.

        It could SWEEP through whole cities.

      14. Six babies have died of Klebsiella pneumonia in South Africa. It’s a dangerous version that is very rough on babies and young children.

      15. In the past week, four patients with measles(rubeola) boarded flights on seperate Southwest Airlines flights…exposing lots of people.

        Now they have a current spike in Japan of German measles (rubella). That can cause severe birth defects so pregnant moms are warnd about it. It caused a wave of deafness in the sixties. It can heart heart defects.

      16. FEAR PORN!

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