Is bird flu another exaggerated pandemic?  Some experts suspect hysteria and coordination.
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Is bird flu another exaggerated pandemic? Some experts suspect hysteria and coordination.

There has been increasing media coverage of bird flu (H5N1) and its so-called “preventive vaccines,” leading many medical experts and scientists to label bird flu as “Disease X,” which has been predicted as the next big pandemic.

Among them is Dr. Peter McCullough, a cardiologist and pioneer of early treatment for the Covid-19 virus, who warns that the “biopharmaceutical complex” should not be able to fool the world again with mandatory checks and vaccines.

McCullough, chief scientific officer at Wellness Company, recently appeared as a guest on David Gornoski’s show Neighbor’s choice podcast in which he explained that while “disease

McCullough explained that some of the same people who have been at the center of the Covid pandemic are at the center of what could be a bird flu crisis.

He noted that among them is British epidemiologist Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth Alliance in New York, who testified before a House panel on May 1 about his role in overseeing a research investigation in Wuhan, China, into novel coronaviruses.

In an interim report released during the hearing, Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, chairman of the House Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, wrote:

It is clear that EcoHealth and its president, Dr. Peter Daszak, have acted with contempt for the American people. Moreover, EcoHealth’s actions were often made possible by the incompetence of the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It is this contempt and incompetence that requires action by both Congress and the Administration.

McCullough pointed out that rumors about “Disease X” are reaching fever pitch, with fear mongers claiming it will infect all of humanity.

“There will be a high mortality rate, some say 20 times higher than Covid,” he said.

In January at the World Economic Forum (WEF), World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus discussed the concept of “Disease X,” explaining that it is a “placeholder” for the next big disease facing the world.

“You can even call Covid-19 the first ‘Disease

Last week, the WHO announced that on May 23, Mexico had reported “a confirmed fatal case of human infection with a subtype of avian influenza virus (H5N2) in a 59-year-old man who died in April.

“This is the first laboratory-confirmed case of human infection with influenza A(H5N2) virus reported worldwide,” WHO announced.

However, the report at News from the trial site revealed that the man’s death was a “multifactorial death and not a death related to the H5N2 virus,” and a WHO spokesman eventually corrected this information with journalists. However, “the vast majority of mainstream media reporting on these deaths do not update or correct the data,” the report says.

Former government coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx also appeared during an interview with CNN last week to recommend rigorous testing of all cow and dairy workers in America to prevent a bird flu crisis.

“We should test every cow every week,” Birx said, adding, “we could collectively test every dairy worker.”

Research into the gain of function of the bird flu virus has been going on “for several decades now,” McCullough said, noting that it becomes a problem when the virus spreads from animals to workers.

However, the three human cases recently discovered in the U.S. “were all easily treatable,” McCullough said, with two of them having pink eye and one having some respiratory symptoms. He added that bird flu probably won’t pose much of a threat to humans “unless it starts spreading from person to person.”

“And if that happens, believe me, we’ll get the function gainers who worked on it and the Southeastern Poultry Research Center in Athens, Georgia,” which McCullough said he and others after this development is the source of the latest strain bird flu.

The doctor explained that researchers made a “mistake” by conducting experiments with mallard ducks, which are migratory waterfowl. If even one got out, “it would fly everywhere,” he explained.

McCullough worries about collaboration between pharmaceutical companies, military-government agencies, global government entities, elite philanthropists and the media to take control of the population and implement a mass vaccination program, as happened with Covid-19.

McCullough said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has actually licensed a vaccine in 2021, “without human data, ready for use against bird flu.”

“They developed it in cooperation with BARDA, a military research facility, in 2021.” – he said. “And now, as you know, the United States has purchased enough doses for millions of administrations. Why should the US military develop a vaccine for bird flu, and why in 2021?”

McCullough noted that antiviral shot makers Pfizer and Moderna are currently competing in a federal bid for mRNA vaccines against bird flu.

“I have to tell you that bird flu is disease X because people want to vaccinate the world en masse again,” he concluded. “COVID wasn’t enough. Now it’s about bird flu disease X.