Let­ter to the ed­i­tor

The Covington News - - OPINION -

The truth is out there Dear ed­i­tor:

The in­for­ma­tion in this let­ter I have found in the ar­ti­cles online con­cern­ing the H1N1 virus and its cre­ator, Bax­ter.

A re­cent ar­ti­cle from Dec. 20 states: An out­break of H1N1 ‘swine flu’ is sus­pected of killing four peo­ple out­side Houston, and leav­ing four more cling­ing to life.

Pub­lic health of­fi­cials say the deaths could have been pre­vented: Cur­rent flu vac­cines pro­tect against the H1N1 strain of the virus. (Pub­lic health of­fi­cials don’t tell you the peo­ple man­u­fac­tur­ing the vac­cine also ge­net­i­cally mod­i­fied the bird flu virus to cre­ate H1N1 and al­lowed it to get into the vac­cines.)

It’s the same strain of the in­fluenza virus that caused the 2009 pan­demic that killed at least 3,400 peo­ple across the coun­try. At least 115,000 con­tracted the virus and 27,000 were hos­pi­tal­ized.

‘So what we’re do­ing now is we’re retest­ing those pa­tients who tested neg­a­tive from the pri­vate lab,’ Mont­gomery County Med­i­cal Di­rec­tor Dr Mark Es­cott said.

One of the vic­tims who died last week was a 50-year-old woman who was per­fectly healthy be­fore she came down with the flu, KHOU re­ports.

The eight cases orig­i­nally baf­fled health of­fi­cials and doc­tors be­cause they were far more se­vere than other cases of the flu so far this year.

Is any­one lis­ten­ing? I’ve done this be­fore and have been cor­rect. It is all in the re­search.

One of the re­cent abom­i­na­tions was, of course, Sa­gal Park. The prop­erty was owned by an in­sider with the abil­ity to sway the New- ton County Com­mis­sion­ers as both prop­erty owner and ‘ne­go­tia­tor’ work­ing on ‘be­half’ of the county, he would not let my re­search make a dif­fer­ence. He is a slick talker, but when his words fall apart, peo­ple con­tinue to lis­ten to him.

Sa­gal was a con­victed felon who had taken three other com­mu­ni­ties for a ride, just as he did Newton County. I pre­sented ev­ery bit of that ev­i­dence to the com­mis­sion­ers in time for them to back out of the deal, but no, we gave up tax dol­lars to go in and pave, curb, gut­ter and im­prove the prop­erty to en­tice Sa­gal to come here and en­rich this in­sider and his part­ner. Fol­low the money.

The re­sult was lo­cal banks, trades­men, builders and oth­ers be­ing taken fi­nan­cially by this crook we en­abled to come to our town.

The in­for­ma­tion on the new­est of in­vited cor­po­ra­tions is hor­ren­dous. How would you like to have a world class bio chem­i­cal war­fare gi­ant in your back­yard?

This new cor­po­ra­tion, highly touted by the gov­er­nor, our lo­cal lead­er­ship and es­pe­cially by the Newton County Cham­ber of Com­merce, has a few fatal flaws. It is un­der crim­i­nal in­dict­ment in sev­eral coun­tries for killing peo­ple. On a scale from 1-to-10, Sa­gal was a one and th­ese peo­ple are an 11.

The Ger­man mag­a­zine Life­Gen. de states “Vi­ral Pan­demic H5N1 flu threat: Bax­ter con­tam­i­nates Euro­pean labs by ‘er­ror.’”

He­len Bran­swell in the Cana­dian Press wrote the fol­low­ing.

The com­pany that re­leased con­tam­i­nated flu virus ma­te­rial from a plant in Aus­tria con­firmed Fri­day that the ex­per­i­men­tal prod­uct con­tained live H5N1 avian flu viruses.

And an of­fi­cial of the World Health Or­ga­ni­za­tion’s Euro­pean op­er­a­tion said the body is closely mon­i­tor­ing the in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the events that took place at Bax­ter In­ter­na­tional’s re­search fa­cil­ity in Orth-Donau, Aus­tria.

What if you were a lead­ing man­u­fac­turer of vac­cines and you wanted to get filthy rich? What if in one of your vac­cines there just hap­pened to be a live virus of a po­ten­tially dan­ger­ous, life threat­en­ing disease that could cause world lead­ers to re­quire your vac­cine to help stop it? And not only did you cre­ate the virus, but you al­ready had the cure sit­ting on the shelf? There was no such thing as the Swine Flu Virus till it was in­vented by ‘you know who.’ Sa­muel M. Hay III This let­ter was edited for space

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