Swine Flu: Global Crisis Part III

The modality of the Swine flu infection does not make sense at all.
The first question is how almost simultaneouly the same flu appeared in Mexico and US, let us suppose for a moment the Americans were infected in Mexico few days ago and travelled back to US, should they not be dying like the Mexicans, how is possible that simply going back to US they suddenly get a mild version of the flu.
If this is not the case, then we have more than one epicentre of the flu, a mild one in US and a dangerous one in Mexico, then again why New Zealenders, Europeans and Canadians infected in Mexico go back to their countries with a mild flu.
It seems like there are two versions a weaponized one unleashed in Mexico and a controlled one unleashed in US.
Let's suppose for a second that it was a plan to spread chaos all over the world.
Let us ignore for the moment who did it but rather why it was done.
What is to be earned from adding to a financial crisis a pandemic crisis on the top.
Well a lot maybe if they are aware that the end of the game is closing, if the financial meltdown put together with the oil scarcity that will be on us soon is going to cause turmoil in the society, what better way to advocate draconian measures with the justification of preventing a pandemic outbreak.
Second reason we read few days ago the following:

Al-Naimi Says Saudi Oil Output Below Target; Stockpiles to Fall

Christian Schmollinger and Shigeru Sato, Bloomberg

Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s biggest oil exporter, is producing less crude than its target and global stockpiles are likely to decline, according to Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi.
The country is producing less than 8 million barrels of crude a day, al-Naimi told reporters today in Tokyo, where he is attending a meeting of Asian energy ministers. Stockpiles “will come down eventually,” he said.
U.S. stockpiles have climbed to the highest since September 1990 even as Saudi Arabia leads the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ efforts to implement a 4.2 million barrel a day reduction in oil output from the group’s September levels. The country is producing 7.79 million barrels a day, less than its target of 8.1 million barrels a day.(25 April 2009)

The first industry affected from this outbreak is travel, notoriously the biggest user of oil.
Is it an attempt to stop the hemorragy temporarily or is an attempt to cripple the industry and therefore the global mobility.
In both cases financial distress will be high and a further destabilization force will cripple the global economy, though it will be much less traumatic than waking up three months from now with no gasoline and with a total economic collapse.

Going back to the swine flu: the first question media asks normally is HOW, this time we do not have a clue yet how this people got infected and how the flu spreads, everyone is waiting to understand what CDC and WHO will say or better what justification they will engineer for us to avoid embarassment.

Some news and doubt though are surfacing, this time it appears more people than usual is struck by such an odd series of events which inevitably bring to suspicions.

According to a source known to former NSA official Wayne Madsen, “A top scientist for the United Nations, who has examined the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, as well as HIV/AIDS victims, concluded that H1N1 possesses certain transmission “vectors” that suggest that the new flu strain has been genetically-manufactured as a military biological warfare weapon.
Madsen claims that his source, and another in Indonesia, “Are convinced that the current outbreak of a new strain of swine flu in Mexico and some parts of the United States is the result of the introduction of a human-engineered pathogen that could result in a widespread global pandemic, with potentially catastrophic consequences for domestic and international travel and commerce.”
However, it’s important to stress that it is far too early to make this assumption.
Watch out closely the events this week!