WASHINGTON â€“ The U.S. declared a public health emergency Sunday to deal with the emerging new swine flu, much like the government does to prepare for approaching hurricanes.
Officials reported 20 U.S. cases of swine flu in five states so far, with the latest in Ohio and New York. Unlike in Mexico where the same strain appears to be killing dozens of people, cases in the United State have been mild â€” and U.S. health authorities can't yet explain why.
"As we continue to look for cases, we are going to see a broader spectrum of disease," predicted Dr. Richard Besser, acting chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "We're going to see more severe disease in this country."
At a White House news conference, Besser and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano sought to assure Americans that health officials are taking all appropriate steps to minimize the impact of the outbreak....
Bob Chapman, publisher of The International Forecaster, says this (I'm paraphrasing): Nearly simultaneous outbreaks of the swine flu in different places can be produced using chem trails, courtesy of some powerful folks in high federal government positions. The purpose is to test how easily Americans may be discouraged from freedom of movement and how easily they may be "herded" into quarantine situations. Since Mr. Chapman is always spot-on in all things financial and political, I think he is probably correct.
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