From the April 2003 Idaho Observer:
Fear not West Nile Virus, fear the government's solution
By last fall the authorities had the entire nation frightened of West Nile Virus and how the deadly disease, which had never been seen in the continental U.S. before 1999, was spreading quickly from state to state leaving a trail of dead birds, horses, wild animals -- and people -- in its path. Published documents indicate the Department of Defense has been developing WNV and other encephalopathic (brain swelling) diseases since the 1950s. We also know that the U.S. State Department approved the sale of WNV to Iraq in 1985. So far, everything the authorities have told us about WNV is a lie. WNV 2003 is coming. Immunize yourself and those close to you against unfounded WNV fear by doing your own research. Follow the links on this page and realize that the government's fear-based solution to WNV is actually the cause of the problem.
by Vaccination Liberation
V I R U S ! Aw yes - such a wonderful scapegoat for our sins - whether they be environmental pollution, unsanitary conditions, diet - adulterated food coupled with deficiencies, stress, etc. Kill the mosquito, vaccinate the horse first, humans next, buy stock options in a pharmaceutical company and then try to fill in the blanks to the predicted epidemic story while getting an update at the 'Health Editors' desk as they wait for the go ahead to publish. But for discriminating readers, what is the real story? What attitude should we take toward WNV?
West Nile Virus - A Manufactured Crisis by Lynn Landes states, The virus is characterized as new and dangerous, when it's not significantly different from viruses that have been in the United States for decades.
West Nile may be a nasty experience for a very few, fatal for an exceedingly rare number, but as diseases go...it's no big deal. There are about 40 different types of mosquitoes that carry viruses that could cause encephalitis. They're common in many parts of the U.S. and breed in places like tire dumps.
So what's unique about West Nile? Not much, according to Dr. Raoult Ratard of the Louisiana Department of Health. He says that, as it affects humans, West Nile is almost indistinguishable from the St. Louis virus, which has been in the U.S. since 1933. Dr. Ratard says that there's no difference between the two viruses regarding their symptoms or rates of infection. Less than 1% of persons infected with the West Nile or St. Louis virus will develop severe illness. On average, St. Louis causes 128 people to be hospitalized every year, although in 1964 that figure went as high as 4,478 cases. In fact, the mortality rate for the St. Louis virus is said to be slightly higher than that for West Nile.
The St. Louis virus is considered a 'permanent resident' of Florida, according to the University of Florida's Cooperative Extension Service. On its website the Extension Service even questions the effectiveness of spraying pesticides, noting that by the time an outbreak has occurred it's already too late.
(Read the rest of this article at: www.commondreams.org/views02/0902-08.htm).
No one should have to be told that WNV vaccine is dangerous. If you have any doubts, be informed by an owner of 3 horses -- all reacted to WNV vaccine, and one died. See www.whale.to/a/west_nile_vaccine.html.
When the West Nile Virus was first identified, official government sources claimed it was the first time the disease had appeared in the continental U.S.
However, Michigan Senator Donald Riegle revealed in the Riegle Report that on May 21, 1985, the United States had a supply of West Nile Virus in the United States and they shipped a quantity of it to Saddam Hussein.
Read rest of article at www.whale.to/v/mazlen.html.
Want to go deeper into the question of where WNV came from? Read The CIA and the West Nile Virus, by Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz. The article can be found at www.whale.to/v/nile.html.
The WNV scare is reminiscent of the cover-up of the real cause of the 1950s polio epidemic. Chemtrails, air pollution and the continual spraying of pesticides have been at an all time high wherever WNV has been diagnosed. According to a news release:
SANDPOINT, Idaho -- Spraying pesticides to combat mosquitos suspected of carrying the West Nile Virus (WNV) has not been scientifically proven to be either safe for humans or effective against the disease, said Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz. See rest of this article at: http://www.whale.to/a/wnv1.html.
For an investigation into the correlation between air pollution and WNV incidence see a graph of NYC Ozone levels versus WNV at www.geocities.com/noxot/TOC.htm.
All web links quoted in this article can be found on our web page, West Nile Virus: Index of Quotes and Links at: www.vaclib.org/links/wnvindex.htm.
The sudden appearance of WNV and the predictions of it reaching epidemic levels in summer, 2003 is cause for much concern since current public health policies sanction widespread aerial spraying of toxic pesticides and the administration of vaccines -- the probable causes of the disease -- as a solution.
Visit Vaccination Liberation on the web: www.vaclib.org
West Nile Virus: Dangerous disease or excuse to poison people?
by The Idaho Observer
Most Americans remember when the government used the national media to frighten the nation regarding the appearance of west nile virus (WNV) in the northeast U.S. during the summer of 1999. Within days, the CDC had deployed teams of chem-suited scientists patrolling New York state administering vaccines, taking blood samples and calling in airstrikes of Anvil -- a deathly toxic organophosphate pesticide related to malthion.
While we are being led to believe the disease mysteriously appeared in North America for the first time, government documents show that WNV and other encephalopathic (brain-swelling) diseases have been of tremendous interest to the Department of Defense since the 50s.
The virus has for decades made its home in several U.S. research laboratories...including Rockefeller University in Manhattan and Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. In fact, investigators there were the first to grow and study the WNV in the United States. The work began in the 1950s when unidentified viral samples from around the world arrived at Rockefeller University on a steady basis, wrote Robert Lederman for New York Newsday, Sept. 29, 1999.
...no rational explanation can be made for the [sudden] WNV 'outbreaks' in America's northeast and subsequent pesticide spraying programs, commented Dr. Leonard Horowitz in his book Death in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism and Toxic Warfare (See ad page 14).
After reviewing hundreds of pages of government documents and published science relative to WNV, Dr. Horowitz determined that the WNV scare was used by the government to conduct, ...a direct attack on people's neuroendocrine and immune systems to facilitate infectious diseases, increased cancer rates and sterility along with an array of other multifactorial diseases.
It is hard for decent people to believe their government is capable of conducting campaigns intended to make people sick. However, the facts are indisputable.