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Scientist Repeats Swine Flu Lab-Escape Claim in Published Study

By Simeon Bennett

Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Adrian Gibbs, the virologist who said in May that swine flu may have escaped from a laboratory, published his findings today, renewing discussion about the origins of the pandemic virus.

The new H1N1 strain, which was discovered in Mexico and the U.S. in April, may be the product of three strains from three continents that swapped genes in a lab or a vaccine-making plant, Gibbs, and fellow Australian scientists wrote in Virology Journal. The authors analyzed the genetic makeup of the virus and found its origin could be more simply explained by human involvement than a coincidence of nature.

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I posted this on a thread yesterday.

Apparently, pretty much nobody cares that the analysis points to a laboratory created H1N1 virus.

I got 2 responses on my thread.

Shucks BigT,

I would've bumped your thread if I had seen it.

Building the case for plausable-deniability ?

If we had a free press in this country they might be asking the question: Could the drug companies have done this purposely to boost profits at tax payers expense ? Another Bailout ?

I knew a programmer that worked for an anti-virus software company. He informed me that AV companies produce most of the PC viruses, as a measure of job security.

Similar to the engineered obsolescence of many consumer products & the attempt at engineered obsolescence of humanity by the globalists.

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Just like the government, Pharma

blunders, creates a crisis, and then profits handsomely from their monopoly status and "solvers" of the crisis.

"...more simply explained by human involvement...

...than a coincidence of nature"

Yes, think about that, Mr. Gibbs, because when you say:

“It is important that the source of the new virus be found if we wish to avoid future pandemics rather than just trying to minimize the consequences after they have emerged,” Gibbs and colleagues John Armstrong and Jean Downie said...

...well, perhaps it is time to consider the possibility that avoiding the pandemics and minimizing the consequences may not exactly be the goal.

I could imagine they

contaminated the birds and set them free.

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