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    Default MERS virus spreading out of control in Saudi Arabia, leaps to Egypt - global Pandemic

    Deadly MERS virus spreading out of control in Saudi Arabia, leaps to Egypt as global pandemic begins

    naturalnews.com / Mike Adams / Saturday, April 26, 2014



    (NaturalNews) It has long been recognized by intelligent observers that a global superbug pandemic is inevitable. Humanity has created the perfect conditions for it: global nutritional deficiencies, weakened immune systems, high population density, high-speed international travel and systemic abuse of antibiotics by medical professionals. Drug-resistant superbugs like MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) are 100% immune to every conventional medical treatment in existence. There is no antibiotic, no vaccine, no drug and no treatment practiced by western medicine that can stop these bugs… and infections are deadly.

    Now we’ve learned they’re spreading out of control in Saudi Arabia, following an explosive pandemic pattern that has infectious disease experts sounding the alarm.

    Ian MacKay, an associate professor at the Australia Infectious Diseases Research Centre at The University of Queensland, is now warning about where this might be headed. Over the last 30 days, MERS cases in Saudi Arabia have exploded from just 1-3 per day to over 10 per day, showing a worrisome trend.(1)

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    Is Corporate Farming Spawning Plagues?

    rickackerman.com / BY RICK ACKERMAN / APRIL 28, 2014 4:33 AM GMT



    [Plagues and drought have ravaged the U.S. food supply with unusual ferocity in recent years. The near-absence of rainfall throughout much of California has pushed produce prices to record highs and threatened to turn the state’s agricultural land into a dust bowl. Elsewhere, a global fungus called TR4 could virtually wipe out the type of banana that Americans eat, the Cavendish, which accounts for 45% of the fruit’s global crop. In Florida, something called citrus greening disease has reduced the orange harvest to the smallest in 30 years. And porcine epidemic diarrhea has spread to 27 states, killing as many as six million pigs since first surfacing a year ago. For the farmer, these are decidedly interesting times. But are they so interesting as to be properly described as accursed? For an answer to that question, we sought out a friend who has weighed in here before on the subject of Nostradamian prophesy. Turns out that, at least for now, he is more worried about the rise of corporate fascism than by the role of accursedness in making these times so wretchedly interesting. His opinions do not necessarily reflect those of your editor. RA]

    There are plagues in our future, and in the end we will use all the weapons at the military’s command — it was ever thus. There is one human-disease plague coming soon that will primarily victimize younger women, according to the 16th Century prophecies of the noted French seer, Nostradamus. The food supply is in real danger — not just from plagues, but from the consolidation of independent seed companies by a handful of agribusiness giants that are limiting food- genetic diversity in favour of copyrighted GMO foods. Their final goal is corruption of our former, naturally re-generating seed-based food system with the development of Terminator GMO seed strains for most of our major basic foods. Terminator GMO seeds are strains that are designed to produce sterile seeds that will not fructify if harvested and planted, forcing farmers to buy commercial producing GMO seeds from only these GMO agri-businesses for each successive crop planting.

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    ALERT: It’s Here: CDC Confirms Deadly MERS Virus Infection Has Reached U.S. Soil

    thedailysheeple.com / By Lily Dane / May 2, 2014

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of the deadly MERS virus in the United States.

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    Middle East respiratory syndrome — or MERS — first surfaced two years ago. Since then, at least 400 cases of the respiratory illness have been reported, and more than 100 people have died.

    Saudi Arabia was been the center of the outbreak. All the victims have had ties to the Middle East or to someone who traveled there.

    The virus has been found in camels, but officials don’t know how it is spreading to humans.
    The CDC said the infected person is a healthcare worker who traveled from Saudi Arabia to Indiana:

    On April 24, the patient traveled by plane from Saudi Arabia to London, then from London to Chicago,” the CDC said.
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    Black Blade: MERS comes from camels? What the hell are the Arabs doing with camels that cause getting MERS?
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    Hopefully it will do a bit of housecleaning in the Middle East before really getting a foothold in the US.....

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    Another MERS Virus Case Confirmed in the US

    thedailysheeple.com / Lily Dane / May 18th, 2014

    Another person in the United States has tested positive for the MERS virus, but this case is unique.

    The man, who is from Illinois, is believed to have contracted the virus from the Indiana man, a healthcare worker who was the first confirmed case in the US.

    Public health officials contacted healthcare workers, family members, and travelers who had close contact with the Indiana man. The Illinois case is the first that originated in the US.

    From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

    The Illinois resident met with the Indiana MERS patient on two occasions shortly before the patient was identified as having MERS-CoV infection. The Illinois resident did not seek or require medical care. However, local health officials have monitored his health daily since May 3 as part of the investigation. The health department first tested this person for active MERS-CoV infection on May 5. Those results were negative. Public health officials are also collecting blood samples from people who were identified as close contacts of the Indiana patient. On May 16, the test result was positive for the Illinois resident, showing that he has antibodies to MERS-CoV.

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    Saudi Arabia, UAE report 6 more MERS cases



    theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com / Robert Roos / May 24, 2014

    May 2014 – SAUDI ARABIA - Six more MERS-CoV cases were reported today, three each in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as the springtime surge of illnesses continued, though at a more modest pace than it showed through most of April and early May. Also today, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) appealed for an urgent increase in research on MERS-CoV (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus) in animals, including a systematic hunt for animal and environmental sources of human infections. The new cases in the UAE were reported today by the World Health Organization (WHO), following its receipt of a report from UAE officials 2 days ago. All three cases were in Abu Dhabi. One case is in a 71-year-old man who has several preexisting illnesses and has been hospitalized since Feb 11, the WHO reported. He got sick with a fever on May 4 and tested positive for MERS-CoV 3 days later. He had had contact with another MERS case-patient, a 39-year-old female healthcare worker whose case was reported to the WHO on May 11. The second case involved a 26-year-old man whose infection was detected on May 8 through general screening at his (unnamed) workplace, though he had had no exposure to other MERS patients and no symptoms on the day of screening. He had contact with cows and sheep but not camels, nor had he consumed any raw camel products, the WHO said. For isolation purposes, he was hospitalized from May 8 to 14.

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