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Latest Disease X Candidate

Already sporting a plethora of “variants” and rapidly expanding its catalogue is Avian Influenza. Not wishing to be outdone by the “Coronavirus”, it has thrown it’s hat into the ring to jostle for top spot as Disease X.

Monkey Pox was a dismal failure, not even slightly living up to expectations. Barely anyone was scared, there was a distinct lack of interest in Monkey Pox vaccines, and even the media gave up after finding themselves tripping over the requirement to suggest a particular demographic was being unfairly targeted by this dastardly Pox of the Simians, and simultaneously not suggest that said demographic should be avoided, because you know, homophobia or something.

Several other candidates have been through the interview process. Marburg Virus got as far as the second interview but it seems it’s career was hampered by its starring role some years earlier in a work of fiction by Boris Johnson’s dad, everyone’s favourite eugenicist Stanley, and so too, failed to kill millions of people.

Let’s be fair, Avian ‘Flu has a pretty strong history, its CV has an impressive number of taxpayer-dollars spent on utterly worthless vaccines, and is therefore a worthy contender. It has bided it’s time, knowing eventually the metaphorical corona-fever (the only kind) would fade and an opportunity to ascend would present itself.

Here we are, in 2024 where within just days a UK Government contract for £2,000,000,000 worth of PCR testing kit is due to commence, Bird Flu has seized the moment and is attempting to capture the public imagination, starting out fairly cautiously not wishing to burn itself out, but build slowly, each headline just a bit more alarming than the last.

Starting in early May we saw this kind of thing…


Oh yes, “Strong evidence” is the proclamation. Let’s have a quick look and see just how “strong” the “evidence” is shall we?

Scientists fear bird flu has spread from mammals to humans for the first time, marking another step in the evolution of the deadly virus.

Just a statement. No evidence there.

New analysis concludes there is “strong evidence” that a Texas farm worker who tested positive for the H5N1 virus caught it from sick dairy cattle.

Just another statement. Saying the words “strong evidence” is of course, not evidence. Oh hold on, they “tested positive” for H5N1 did they? We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they are referring to the “gold standard” test for this kind of thing, PCR.

Now would be an excellent time to review a statement made in the paper titled “Duration of infectiousness and correlation with RT-PCR cycle threshold values in cases of COVID-19, England, January to May 2020”

RT-PCR does not distinguish between infectious and non-infectious virus.

As we know very well, tests for “viruses” are junk. They do not prove the presence of the virus, merely the detection of tiny sequences of inert nucleotides that make up less than 0.09% of the alleged full virus genome. In fact is well-known in the biogenetics industry that the alleged detection of these sequences can be simply the result of primer sequences binding to each other.

We looked in a fair amount of detail at the PCR process in this article, and once you understand that creating these primer sequences is a combination of guesses and computer software, as explained in a fair amount of detail on this ResearchGate website page, even the assembly of the original genome is speculative. Basing a test that uses fragments of the thing being tested for to decide if the thing being tested contains fragments of the thing being tested for is the equivalent of filtering something through a tin of baked beans to decide if the thing being filtered contained any traces of baked beans.

But we know this. The PCR test is not a test. The inventor of the process stated it on more than one occasion, and even said:

“Anyone can test positive for practically anything with a PCR test, if you run it long enough with PCR if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody. It doesn’t tell you that you’re sick.”

Kary Mullis – 1997

Fact-Checkers would like you to believe that Mullis was referring specifically to HIV, and for context the meeting in 1997 where he made that statement was about HIV. But Mullis said “practically anything”, and no matter how many Fact-Checkers try to gaslight you into believing that the words “practically anything” mean “only HIV”, they don’t.

OK, does this Sky News article offer us anything more substantial than empty statements and claims about “tests”? Let’s have a look…

According to the report in The New England Journal of Medicine, the unidentified man’s symptoms were mild. He developed the eye infection conjunctivitis but had no fever and no trouble breathing. His lungs were also clear.

Wait, I thought this was the Deadly Bird Flu. But no fever, no trouble breathing and clear lungs. Just an eye infection AKA conjunctivitis. So literally none of the symptoms we generally associate with the condition commonly known as “flu”, but an eye infection. Sounds legit, right?

Looking up causes of conjunctivitis yields the following list:

  • Bacterial infections: Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Moraxella catarrhalis, or Neisseria gonorrhoeae can cause bacterial conjunctivitis.
  • Viral infections: Viruses associated with the common cold, such as adenovirus, can cause viral conjunctivitis.
  • Allergic reactions: Allergic conjunctivitis can be caused by allergies to substances such as pollen, dust, or certain chemicals.
  • Chemical irritation: Exposure to chemicals, such as those found in cleaning products or pesticides, can cause conjunctivitis.
  • Physical irritation: Foreign bodies, such as dust, sand, or other particles, can cause conjunctivitis.
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STIs): Gonorrhea and chlamydia can cause conjunctivitis in adults.
  • Blocked tear ducts: A blocked tear duct can cause conjunctivitis in newborns.
  • Irritation from topical medicines: Certain medicines used to treat other conditions can cause conjunctivitis.

There are clearly dozens and dozens of potential causes of eye infection, but such is Avian Flu’s determination and lust for stardom, to get right back into the limelight, reprising its role as the public’s favourite virus and darling of the press, it fought off all that competition to be front-runner, with only the slightest assistance from the junk tests. Hats off to this plucky virus, and to all the naysayers who sneered and said Avian Influenza was yesteryear’s virus… who’s laughing now?

But, this is merely the beginning, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet folks. Just yesterday Bird Flu assured it’s place in history by debuting a new “variant” on a very important day.

6/6/24 marked the Bird Flu’s new release, H5N2 in humans. It must be true, it’s on the BBC

Please note the extremely official-looking “Bird Flu” test-tubes, with the extremely scary-looking “Positive” boxes ticked, and for the avoidance of all doubt, the extremely scientific-looking “TEST” labels on all of them.

They say a picture paints a thousand words, which is lucky as the BBC’s “Digital health editor”, whatever that is, could only manage 368.

But let’s not do Michelle Roberts a disservice. Arguably the most important word in the last 4 years has been deployed here with tremendous effect. That word is:


As in:

“Man in Mexico dies with first human case of H5N2 bird flu”

Remember that little lexical trick? How many people died “with” COVID-19, and the diagnosis of COVID-19 was based on a junk PCR “test”?

Ms Roberts goes on to explain that:

“The man had other underlying health issues that likely made him vulnerable. He had been bedridden for weeks before getting sick with fever and shortness of breath from bird flu, according to officials.”

Unless this unfortunate man had been tended to while bed-ridden for weeks by cattle and birds, how exactly did he contract this new version of Avian Influenza and die “with” it? The article states “none of the man’s close contacts have caught the virus”.

This abject nonsense is like something out of a Carry On film. You’d expect this kind of ludicrous diagnosis from this guy…

…after accidentally shoving a thermometer up the wrong patient’s rectum.

And on that note, we’ll end this review of the ups and downs of Avian Influenza. Obviously this is just another feeble attempt at Disease X. Other than to mock the ridiculousness of it all, it should be ignored, like most of the media, the doom-mongering, the parasite class and their grandiose plans predicated on the industry of fear.

Let’s enjoy the nice weather while we can.