Will Barack Obama try to start a false flag pandemic when he visits Greece in November as he did in Mexico in 2009?

Will Barack Obama try to start a false flag pandemic when he visits Greece in November as he did in Mexico in 2009?

21 Oct 2016

Repost below of the first chapter my fact based ebook focussing on Barack Obama’s role in starting the swine flu pandemic scare in Mexico in 2009.

Obama visited the anthropology museum in Mexico just before the curator who showed him around the museum, died of swine flu and the media hyped pandemic scam took off.

“During the visit, Obama spent time with a national museum director who ended up dying a few days later, reportedly after experiencing some flu-like symptoms,” reports the Huffington Post.


“False Pandemic” starts with just this episode.

Chapter One

He was 64 years old. He was born in Mexico City and considered one of the world’s leading experts on Aztec civilization. He was a curator of the National Museum and he was selected to give newly-elected US President Barack Obama a tour on his first state visit to Mexico on Friday, 16th of April, 2009.

His hands gestured in a lively way; his shoes hammered on the polished floor. Surrounded by officials, he accompanied Obama as well as Felipe Calderon, the Mexican President, into Room 7, the Mexico Hall or Sala Mexica, where the most famous of all the Aztec treasures is kept.

The Sun Stone, illuminated by a few soft lamps, emerged out of the darkness. Weighing 25 tonnes and 12 feet in diameter, the intricately carved basalt stone, mounted high up on a monolithic slab, illustrates aspects of Aztec cosmology.

Pointing upwards, the archaeologist Felipe Solis explained the Aztec concept of time as a medium that allows things to grow organically, and to evolve and develop to their fullest extent, similar to the way a flower or tree requires a certain period of time to grow in stages from a seed to reach maturity. More importantly, he also discussed what the significance of December 21st, 2012 when the earth moves into a rare alignment with the Galactic centre, might be.

Would it be the end of the world? Or the start of a new era?

Shortly afterwards, he felt a severe pain in his throat and chest. He thought it was just the regular flu, and continued working on his current project.

He was preparing for an exhibition to be launched the following month, May, called: „Teotihuacan, City of Gods“. He wanted to convey all his awe at what the Aztecs had accomplished, and demonstrate the full glory of their empire, destroyed by Spanish invaders, in a ground-breaking display with plenty of background information on the ideological and political dimensions of the ceremonial sites where ritual sacrifices took place. The Aztec empire had a brutal side. Large numbers of human beings were sacrificed to appease the gods.

The following morning, Solis got up and told his family he found it hard to breathe. Fire burned in his lungs. Was it really just the flu? His condition deteriorated fast. That same day, Saturday, he went to hospital. He was put straight into an intensive care unit. His doctors diagnosed viral pneumonia, aggravated by diabetes. He lapsed into a coma, recovered briefly, but lost consciousness again.

On Thursday, 23 April, at 7 am, Felipe Solis died. The clinical cause given was a heart attack, according to a report in El Notre carrying the headline: „Serves Obama and dies 7 days later; “Atiende a Obama y muere a los 7 días. “

By this time, Mexico was in a state of high alert over an outbreak of swine flu that coincided with the visit of Obama. Outside the hospital where Solis lay in intensive care, soldiers were distributing face masks in the streets as hysteria gripped the South American capital. On the same day that Solis died from flu like symptoms, Mexico City was placed under quarantine for five days. For five days, 20 million people were forced to stay at home, turning the world’s second largest city into a ghost town. Shops, schools and universities were closed; demonstrations were banned. Soldiers carrying weapons and wearing blue face masks patrolled the streets.

These drastic measures were implemented even though the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nation’s global health watchdog, had confirmed only 9 deaths from the swine flu in Mexico at the time.

Although the first victim of the swine flu was later reported to be a census worker called Maria Adela Gutierrez who died on April 13th, it was Felipe Solis’s death that was first telegraphed around the world.

On Saturday, April 25th, Bloomberg reported Solis had died the very day after meeting Obama possibly from the swine flu, intertwining the origin and trajectory of the pandemic with the person and movements of the US president from the very beginning.

„Obama was received at Mexico’s anthropology museum in Mexico City by Felipe Solis, a distinguished archeologist who died the following day from symptoms similar to flu, Reforma newspaper reported. The newspaper didn’t confirm if Solis had swine flu or not, “wrote Bloomberg’s Thomas Black.

In fact, without the presence of the international press corps accompanying Obama on his visit to Mexico, the news of the swine flu would not have reached such a large audience so quickly.

The speed with which the swine flu burst onto the world stage is underlined by the fact that it was nowhere on the media radar screen when Obama and Calderon held a joint press conference on April 16th.

Within days, the swine flu exploded onto the global media stage as a fully fledged pandemic, dominating cable TV screens, newspaper headlines and internet news sites. The mainstream media presented the swine flu as threat on a different scale from all other diseases, as a killer virus that had become a threat the entire globe within a very short period, and the mainstream media has played a key role in shaping the perceptions and attitude towards the swine flu virus ever since.

A five-year-old boy in La Gloria, a remote village of 3000 people in the hills of the Sierra Madre, where farmers still use horse drawn carts to get around, was declared by the government to have tested positive for the swine flu or A/H1N1 virus when a sample was sent to labs in the US and Can­ada. The government said Edgar Hernández, who recovered rapidly, had had the illness earlier that month and was probably the origin of the swine flu outbreak.

But while Edgar Hernández tested positive for the swine flu, he was the only villager to have done so.

In addition, is not clear how one small boy living in a remote village where foot, bicycle and horse are the mode of transport of many people could have spread the swine flu to so many people in so short a period of time that the entire country of Mexico – indeed the entire world – was potentially threatened.

The mother of the boy, Maria del Carmen Hernández, added to the mystery.

“I don’t know where the virus came from, and I don’t think anyone else does, either,” she said, according to a report in the FT on May 1 2009.

It was reported, the virus had originated in a nearby pig farm. But officials inspecting the pigs in the factory belonging to the company Granjas Carroll de Mexico, which is 50 per cent-owned by the US company Smithfield, found that none of the animals were infected by the swine flu virus.

Yet, according to the narrative of WHO and the mainstream media, the swine flu virus spread from this remote the pig farm and La Gloria to the USA, Europe and the rest of the world in the space of a few days. On Wednesday 29 April 2009, WHO reported cases of the swine flu in 9 countries.

The first death in the USA from swine flu was also reported on 29 April: 23-month-old child in Texas was diagnosed as having succumbed from the swine flu by Dr. Richard Besser, acting director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the US partner of WHO.

By this date already, the number of confirmed swine flu cases in the United States was already reported to be 66 in 6 states, with 45 swine flu in New York, 11 in California, six in Texas, two in Kansas and one in Indiana and Ohio. New York City’s health commissioner said hundreds of schoolchildren were ill at a school and some students had been confirmed to have the swine flu.

Press frenzy reached a fever pitch: pandemic victims were mentioned on the news nightly all around the globe.

„Death flies through the air,“ („Der Tod fliegt durch die Luft“) was a typical the headline in Germany’s newspaper Die Sueddeutsche Zeitung on April 27th.

About 6 weeks later, on 11th June, WHO reported cases in 74 countries, and by 1st July, infections had been confirmed by WHO in 120 countries.

Rapid though the spread of the swine flu might have been, it killed few people.

By July 7th, just 429 people had died from the swine flu according to WHO’s figures. This is a fraction of the 36,000 people who are estimated by the CDC to die every year from the seasonal flu in the USA alone.

In fact, it would not be going too far to say that the swine flu pandemic is a purely media event in as far as there have been almost no deaths. In spite of this, the networks have saturated the airwaves with reports, video footage, and images suggesting the people of the world are in imminent danger.

Video footage of people wearing face masks, waiting in hospital corridors for specific medical therapies, children on respirators have given a degree of visual support to the claim the world was in the grip of dangerous swine flu pandemic that has no support in the facts. From the emergence of the swine flu pandemic at the end of April, the media has shaped and framed a narrative to its liking, presenting the story of a virus easily transmissible, raging through Mexico, and killing masses of people. The sheer quantity of video clips, and images of alleged pandemic victims, pig farms, and soldiers with face masks, has actually helped concealed the objective fact that the swine flu has killed very few people. By July, only about 400 people had died from the swine flu around the world, according to the WHO’s own figures.

However, the true aim of the media coverage has not been to give factual information about the nature of the swine flu virus. The goal of the coverage has been to instill fear in the audience watching at home, and to drive them to rush out and get the swine flu vaccine.

For, from the same moment the swine flu virus burst onto the global media stage as a villain, the swine flu vaccine has made an appearance, but as a hero, and a savior in this drama. And that, in spite of the verifiable, objective fact the swine flu pandemic vaccine has not been adequately tested and contains mercury as well as the adjuvant, squalene, known to cause autoimmune and other diseases.

WHO immediately issued instructions to the CDC and pharmaceutical companies to start preparing to develop a swine flu vaccine.

Shares of the five major vaccine manufacturers companies Baxter, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi and CSL soared on the expectation they would earn billions from orders for pandemic vaccines. Plans had been put into place in 2005 to vaccinate billions of people in the event of a pandemic emergency. Most of the world’s governments, including all the governments in Europe as well as the government of the USA, Canada and Austrsalia, had sealed contracts with pharmaceutical companies to supply bird flu pandemic vaccines in 2005. These contracts began to be activated in April 2009

The US government contracted Novartis, Sanofi Pasteur, GlaxoSmithKline, CSL and MedImmune to produce the swine flu vaccine. France bought 94 million individual vaccinations from Baxter, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, and Novartis at a cost of 869 million euros while Canada placed an order for 50.4 million doses from GlaxoSmithKline at a cost of $400 million to give just two examples.

Almost the same day of the swine flu outbreak, on April 24th, WHO, for the first time, ordered its Pandemic Control Room, designed to track the spread of a pandemic around the globe and so equipped with supercomputers tied to UN member states security forces, to be manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week as a prelude to declaring a pandemic level 6 emergency, the highest alert level on the planet, which triggers mass vaccination plans.

Dire predictions a bird flu pandemic that could cause the deaths of millions of people worldwide as well as the collapse of economic and social infrastructure have been made in recent years, and magnified by coverage in the mainstream media in spite of the fact that there is no scientific basis for these predictions.

In fact, the closest the world has ever come to a bird flu pandemic was in February 2009, just weeks before the Mexico swine flu pandemic outbreak, when the pharmaceutical company Baxter — headquartered close to Chicago in Deerfield, Illinois where Obama has his senate seat — contaminated 72 kilos of seasonal flu vaccine material with the live bird flu virus in its facilties in Orth an der Donau, and then proceeded to distribute this material via a company called Avir Avir Green Hills Biotechnology in Vienna to 16 labs in Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Germany.

A WHO reference laboratory supplied the bird flu virus to Baxter that was used to contaminate the vaccine material, according to Baxter’s spokesperson.

It is not clear why Baxter had the bird flu virus in its facilities in the first place. The bird flu virus is considered to be one of the most deadly viruses known to humankind with a 60 % mortality rate, and was bioengineered in US weapons labs from the Spanish flu virus, according to a report from October 2005 in Der Spiegel.

Baxter itself has said that the contamination of the 72 kilos of vaccine material in Orth an der Donau was an accident. However, the company has not given an account of what sequence of actions were performed inside its facilities that could have resulted in the accidental contamination of such a large quantity of material or how such material could have left its facilities undetected.

Because Baxter is obliged to use biosafety level 3 regulations when experimenting with the bird flu virus, an accidental contamination can, in fact, be virtually ruled out. The standards for protecting a virus classified as among the most dangerous bioweapons in the world are very different from those for work on harmless material in a standard lab, and they include working in an especially ventilated and sealed lab accessible using electronic codes, double doors, airlocks and requiring special protection clothing as well as face masks.

The contamination of the vaccine material was only discovered after a technician at the Czech lab BioTest injected the material into ferrets. They became sick and had to be destroyed. Biotest raised the alarm and emergency pandemic control measures began to be implemented on Friday February 6th.

As a result, 35 lab staff in Austria and the Czech Republic who had come into contact with the contaminated material had to be treated preventatively for the bird flu in hospital underlining the danger that this material — which was destined for use in vaccines — posed to people who had come in contact with it even in a laboratory setting.

The Times of India reported Baxter had almost triggered a global bird flu pandemic.

„Virus mix-up by lab could have resulted in pandemic,“ was the headline of a report from March 6th, 2009.

The incident strongly suggests the notion that pharmaceutical companies are actively engaged in attempting to trigger the very pandemics that they stand to profit from.

Although the Austrian police opened an investigation after I filed charges at the Vienna State Prosecutor on April 8th, the investigation was dropped in September 2009 shortly before Baxter applied for its final marketing approval for its swine flu vaccine, Celvapan,. It is clear what the basis for the decision to drop the investigation was.

Baxter itself has said that the contamination of the vaccine material was an accident. However, the company has not explained exactly what sequence of actions were performed inside its biosecurity lab that could have resulted in such an accidental contamination of 72 kilos of seasonal flu vaccine material.

Panasonic and other corporations such as IBM had made their own internal company plans to deal with a pandemic emergency, indicating they may have had some inside knowledge.

There is evidence that the swine flu virus may have been bioengineered in labs. Australian virologist Adrian Gibbs published a study in Virology Journal in November 2009 showing that the swine flu virus was most likely the product of three strains from three continents that swapped genes in a lab or a vaccine-making plant.

A vaccine for the swine flu H1N1 virus was patented in 2007 by Baxter – and yet the virus was presented as completed new by WHO. It was the novelty of this virus that was supposed to be the reason why people had no immunity, and the justification for the mass vaccination campaign.

As early as 1994, Laurie Garrett, Senior Fellow for Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations authored a book called „The Coming Plague”, starting the pandemic scare mongering. Garrett also was among the first advocates for establishing a global pandemic response system centred around the WHO.

In June 1996, the U.S. Air Force published „Air Force 2025, “presenting the case of an influence pandemic emerging in 2009 as a possible „future scenarios“ in a conflict setting.

In 2003, Garrett stepped up the rhetoric and warned “doom may loom” with the “emergence of a virus „capable of infecting 40 percent of the world’s human population and killing unimaginable numbers.”

“The havoc such a disease could wreak is commonly compared to the devastation of the 1918-19 Spanish flu, which killed 50 million people in 18 months. But avian flu is far more dangerous.. …humanity could well face a pandemic unlike any ever witnessed,“ Garrett wrote in a 2003 report called “The Next Pandemic” for a Council of Foreign Relations publication.

In 2005, UN official David Nabarro said that flu pandemic could kill between 5-150 million people, and that a pandemic disaster could strike at any time, even though there is no scientific basis for such a prediction.

The World Bank estimated in 2008, a flu pandemic could kill 71 million people around the world. and push the global economy into a „major global recession“, costing more than $3 trillion.

Governments joined in the pandemic scare mongering.

Former US Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff predicted in an essay published in the Joint Force Quarterly Issue 51, in 2008, a „severe pandemic influenza may affect the lives of millions of Americans, cause significant numbers of illnesses and fatalities, and substantially disrupt our economic and social stability.”

In 2005, WHO had expanded existing regulations for handling infectious diseases — the International Health Regulations — to create a single, unifying strategic concept of how to manage the consequences of a pandemic on a worldwide scale that involved synchronizing the actions taken by all governments and pharmaceutical companies with those of WHO.

On July 7th, WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization held a meeting in Geneva to discuss the swine flu pandemic and recommended the implementation of a worldwide vaccination programme with new and largely untested pandemic vaccines that were to be allowed onto the market only in the event of a pandemic emergency. A few days later on July 11th, WHO’s Director General Dr Margaret Chan endorsed the recommendations of SAGE, launching the world’s biggest ever mass vaccination campaign using new vaccines to be administered in two doses and formulated with oil-in-water adjuvants as well as thiomersal or mercury.

Health workers, fire fighters, the police, followed by babies, children and pregnant women were designated as the priority groups when the swine flu jab campaign started autumn 2009 even though there is no clinical data on the impact of the new pandemic vaccines on pregnant women and children.

Under special pandemic emergency regulations, vaccine companies do not, however, have to provide any clinical data proving that their vaccines are safe or efficacious. The fast-track testing process allowed under the pretext of an emergency reduced some clinical trials to as little as 5 days. These trials were anyway limited mainly to health adults.

But by January 2010, the ambitious mass vaccination programme lay in tatters. Governments such as the French government aimed to have 100 % of its people vaccinated by the end of January 2010. But the French government has been forced to abandon its programme because of the refusal of the public to take the vaccine with a vaccination rate of perhaps only 6% of the population as well as growing protests about the whole programme.

Only small proportions of the populations of North America and Europe had taken the vaccine, leaving governments sitting on huge surplus stocks.

Investigations had begun into whether WHO had communicated an objectively false content about the danger of the swine flu pandemic and also about the swine flu vaccines.

WHO, national governments and the mainstream media had exaggerated dangers of the swine flu virus; the new pandemic vaccine, on the other hand, was presented as safe, tested and effective when there was inadequate clinical data to support these claims.

False statements were made about the usefulness of the vaccine for children and pregnant women that had no basis in clinical trial results whatsoever.

In the USA, it was the alternative media and radio stations that allowed the information to spread rapidly.

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