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Ironic, My Prediction Has Gone Viral

A few days ago I posted about the strange coincidence regarding the name of the young girl who was killed and found in a hotel water tank: Elisa Lam.

(Here: Elisa Lam Identified By Body Markings On)

To refresh, 6 reports around the world have been made public about deaths due to this "SARS-like" respiratory illness. It's been plaguing South Africa for some time, and they've also been testing the hybrid effects of HIV and this rare TB outbreak.

Why is this relevant?

LAM ELISA / ELISA LAM is a type of drug test they have been using. (Likewise, China and the UK have used this method to test for and combat this string of non-treatable, drug-resistant tuberculosis.) More basically, ELISA LAM tests are designed to test liquid, historically aquaculture: to test water for disease, mycobacteria.

Let's revisit the narrative surrounding Hotel Cecil. It was not of sex offenders, drug use, traveling alone, Skid Row or even the young girl's career ambitions (or whatever other speculations might emerge.) Nope. The media focused on the quality of water, and emphasized the grotesque circumstance of the hotel's occupants drinking the tainted water.

Naturally, that's where I started. And then....

[Taken from the Centre for Tuberculosis Research, University of British Columbia (sound familiar?), Vancouver: on Mycobacterium tuberculosis]

"However, on July 23, 2012, The Lancet published encouraging new data about a drug combination called PaMZ whcih eliminated more than 99 percent of the bacteria within two weeks in a 85-person study. The research was executed at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town and funded by The Global Alliance for TB Drug Development, a New York-based non-profit organization supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since PaMZ doesn’t contain isoniazid or rifampicin, the two main medicines used against TB, researchers hope that it may also provide a much-needed weapon against the MDR-TB strains (Business Week, 23 July 2012)"

RE-wind. Bill Gates? What's he doing in this story? Weapon--what an interesting word choice.

Go ahead, try typing Elisa Lam into the search engine. By page 20, have you seen mention of ELISA LAM being a critical drug test for tuberculosis? Or, anything about a potential TB outbreak? (Certainly last week when I performed the search, I really had to dig.)

But today, look what I found:

LA Times: Downtown L.A. TB outbreak: LAPD urges officers to wear masks

How many results do you see about the girl who mysteriously TRAVELED alone to SKID ROW, was found in a WATER tank, and she was a student at UBC, CANADA who happened to be named Elisa Lam? Ding ding ding.

Your fabled news tale with all of the key "SEO" terms needed to completely clog and saturate any search results that could potentially draw attention to it.

Ironic, no? A real outbreak is overshadowed by what's going viral on the internet.

(I've read that it's a "Beijing" strand, too...)

And, as I stated in my prediction post, I'm still trying to understand how Oscar Pistorious from SOUTH AFRICA will nestle into the SEO value.)

Anyways friends, be advised. Stay clean, stay healthy and stay away from large media-hungry public gatherings.

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2 Things: Paraphrased & Does anyone know how to write a script?

Paraphrased for briefly explaining to others:

The implications, if true, would be the only option to "hide" information on the internet...that is, to saturate the web with disinfo, false news stories, etc. whose headlines and word content are littered with search terms relevant to the information the dis-info agents are trying to hide. They're basically doing SEO (search engine optimization) for viral stories so those results clog up Google's search results for people investigating the hidden story...in this particular case, a TB breakout.


Does anyone know how to write a script?

So I was thinking, and I'd be willing help fund it...does anyone know how to write a FireFox or IE or other browser Add-On script (or whatever other type of application would do the following function)?

The idea would be to have either a website or a browser Add-On that allowed researchers like us to input the URL of a known or suspected dis-info or false news article and thus, exclude it and similar results from our Google searches when applied. A basic dis-info filter for search engines!

Who's in?!!!

I'm a serial entrepreneur and liberty activist from Texas!


Very interesting...

You're definitely on to something. I remember a similar thing happened with the Sandy Hook hoax. I tried searching for the term right after the event and the only thing I found was a story in NJ about a yacht explosion hoax in Sandy Hook, NJ on June 12, 2012:

Note what the hoax caller says in the article:
"We have 21 souls on-board, 20 in the water right now." He added, "I'm going to stay on the radio for as long as I can before I have to go overboard."

Supposedly 20 children died in Sandy Hook, CT right? Anyways, at least it didn't take too long before the Sandy Hook Hoax term overwhelmed the other story.

Anyways this TB outbreak story should definitely be monitored.

9-11 Media Fakery: Did anyone die on 9-11?


9-11 Actors:

Pysops.. media.. actors.. propagandists... disinfo agents.. fake videos.. fake photos

Try putting the name of the

Try putting the name of the tests in quotes, so the search engine will rate the words paired in that order over the words separately.

(That's the first thing people with even a little search-engine savvy do when a news item buries what they're looking for.)

= = = =
"Obama’s Economists: ‘Stimulus’ Has Cost $278,000 per Job."

That means: For each job "created or saved" about five were destroyed.

Sure Sure

But let's say you're not looking for anything in particular, right?

You get online and there's a story about a missing girl in America, but over in Europe or Asia, they're reporting on a deadly epidemic...

To keep people trapped in a bubble of engineered access to information, the algorithm crawler reiterates the breaking news, which protracts it into the available terminals for results on your search criteria...

So even If I put in "elisa lam" it would still bring up a bajillion hits about the girl in Cali, but nothing about the NextGen SARS outbreak.

It's an intentional attempt to over-crowd the search crawler to shield the lay-American from being presented with information that makes them think outside of the American mind-hive. In my opnion, a search engine should have non-stationariety and traverse the entire spectrum---otherwise there isnt even a semblance of the World Wide Web left.

Interesting... I never

Interesting... I never thought of that. Another connection is that the TB outbreak is occurring on skid row - same as the hotel.

Although, this TB outbreak is supposed to be almost irrelevant. Only 11 people died of it last year and it has been going on since 2007.

11 people.......

There were 11 reported deaths. Not trying to be snarky, but the first lesson in Stats 101 is to avoid appealing to authority.

11 reported deaths, across 4 member countries in the W.H.O (I think)

More people died in my county in Texas last year from West Nile virus, which is curable. 11 is an unlikely cumulative death toll for something that's untreatable, for which they've setup centers across Africa to combat. Just saying. ;)

Elisa Lam on video...

Disturbing Footage: Elisa Lam (Whos Body Was Found On Roof Of Hotel) Acting Like She Was On A Whole Mess Of Drugs!


Thank you very much for this info

Recall also the gas masks in NWO murals such as the one at the Denver airport, and think about how just a few days ago Justin Bieber (another Canadian) was "spotted" (planted is more like it) shopping while wearing a gas mask.

It is filthy NWO programming. Thank you for helping people snap free.

Not to get too OT

I just remembered Bieber's big owl tattoo. Can you say "Mystery School," kids? Perhaps "A thousand points of light?"

Read up on Huxley, Heard, Kesey, and the rise of the NWO-manufactured hippie-music-art culture in California (H-A in SF, Big Sur, Esalen, Laurel Canyon). Creee-peee, and Bieber is merely a continuation of such fraud.

Then there's the BS hip-hop scene...

I can't make sense of this post

What are you trying to say, in one sentence?

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

I couldn't either--

I was almost ready to ask someone to hold my hand and explain--

Thank you.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Basically this is a tactic of

Basically this is a tactic of information warfare.

Create or highlight a story that really has no particular importance but that uses similar words to an event or set of information that you are attempting to obfuscate from simple internet searches.

So in this instance, in an effort to hide or obfuscate information about a TB outbreak, of the Bejing strain, that is contaminating water and in which the ELISA LAM test can be used to detect, anyone searching for this information would instead find page after page of search results clogged with this story.

It could be a test of the tactic, or it could be an actual attempt to hide something.


Elisa Lam is a little too obvious, I'm certain they'll monitor the outlets into which the connection between her name and the TB outbreak spreads.

Or it could be a coincidence.

What would be the point of obfuscating the TB outbreak? Usually they whip everyone into hysterics with the slightest excuse/justification.

How did it....

....they conduct trails on the potential "cure"? The answer, that's why. They don't want us peering into the prolific brutality that's raping Africa every day. It steers way too much attention on what role America is playing in the greatest heist in history.

Yep, Africa

The thing that terrifies Africans more than lions or hippos is the approach of vans carrying scientists from the Bill And Melinda Gates Foundation.

I'm busy. So "explain this to me like I'm a 3 year old"

Sound's like you might be onto something here, but I'm pressed for time and don't have time to decipher it.

What are you saying?

- There was a story about a girl that drowned in a hotel lobby? Was this on mainstream corporate media?

Is that why we should be aware of it?

- The story as told on the net contains certain keywords

- Most of those same relevant keywords are also relevant keywords in a story about a tuberculosis epidemic? AND a potential cure for that epidemic ...


Because of the similarity in relevant keywords - a search on the net BURIES the story about the epidemic and the cure behind a flood of stories about the girl.

Is this what you're saying?


You tapped the main constructs, yep.

Leave with this: if there's a breaking news story, look into the words you see in headlines and meta-tags; forget the story and think "what's something we're not supposed to find?"

Circumvent the algorithm of the search engine by searching themes from the story.

Example, this Elisa Lam story = all about tainted water, despite a more bizarre transpiration of events.

Bill Gates was the most impactful part of this particular story, which affirms my theory that the Internet isn't censored, it's hyper-crowded on purpose.

Why else would they ask us to test Bing against Google? Clearly, to catch the loopholes--collusion not competition.

Brilliant. Yes, of course.

"The priest seemed really doubtful where to begin, and at last he said again:

"Where would a wise man hide a leaf? In the forest.

The other did not answer

If there were no forest, he would make a forest. And if he wished to hide a dead leaf, he would make a dead forest.

There was still no reply, and the priest added still more mildly and quietly:

And if a man had to hide a dead body, he would make a field of dead bodies to hide it in.

- Father Brown, G.K. Chesterton’s “The Sign of the Broken Sword"

contact Ben Swann, lets get an investigation documented and


A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

Feel free

...To send it to him, I'm not personally in touch with him...spread it like brushfire my man!


Investigative Journalism

Ben hiring for his future research staff?

"I, __________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic."


There is no duration defined in the Oath

That is beyond coincidence

The name of the girl, the tb outbreak in the same neighborhood, the hotel history and on and on.

So many crazy coincidences in all the latest tragedies.

Too bad many will not read the signs and understand the wind has changed. And it brings evil with it.

Thanks for posting this and good find.


Clogging up searche engines with fake news in order to hide information from the public! We have to be on the watch with EVERY story now!

If that doesn't work then they will merely tell Google et al. to give them access to modify search results.

Thanks for sharing... I'm

Thanks for sharing... I'm impressed with your investigative hunches.

Wow good investigative work.

Wow good investigative work. It is funny how many awful things large 'charity organizations' do in the name of ...charity and helping people out.

Southern Agrarian


Seems to be quite a rich tradition of that in this country... eugenics-based goals, buying off college departments and faculties for "research" purposes and for "legitimate" think tanks, etc. .... quite a scam, indeed! Rockefellers, Carnegies, etc.

What would the Founders do?


coincidence theorists...
Way to call it. Bill and Melinda Gates... They deserve to go down in history.... as the first people hung for crimes against humanity. OK, they don't really deserve to be first.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.


they deserve to go down in present.

I use Blue Wave, but don't expect one of THEIR silly taglines.