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Richardson says state prepared to battle outbreak

There are 65 comments on the The Santa Fe New Mexican story from Apr 26, 2009, titled Richardson says state prepared to battle outbreak. In it, The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that:

New Mexico is prepared if swine flu strikes the state, Gov. Bill Richardson said in a news release Sunday.

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#1 Apr 26, 2009
Funny how the Governor says "if any New Mexicans get sick with swine flu," rather than "when." The pandemic aspect of this illness seems to ensure we can for sure expect at least a case or 2, doesn't it?

And then the DOH recommendation that people with this flu should take it easy and consider going in to check with a doctor at some point if they don't begin to feel better eventually seems rather... low key, I'd say.

Of course, we don't want to panic anyone.

Santa Fe, NM

#3 Apr 27, 2009
The W.H.O. is only up to a Phase 3 Alert. There will be enough confirmation - probably this week - to go to Phase 4. Soon after that, it sounds to me like they will go to Phase 5.

There's only Phase 6 left after that. Full-blown pandemic.

Los Alamos, NM

#4 Apr 27, 2009
In Michael Christopher Carroll's book 'LAB 257' he describes how the U.S. literally "bombed" Cuba with a biological weapon manufacture with viruses produced at the then Agriculture Department/U.S. Army's Plum Island facility on Long Island.

Although still denied by government to this day, Plum Island lab was most likely the source of some incredible viral outbreaks including Lyme disease, West Nile, and an avian flu that killed off the entire farmed duck population of Long Island.

Located just eight mile from Connecticut in Long island Sound, the Plum Island lab is very vulnerable to hurricanes. It is situated in the middle of a fifty mile semicircle of 20,000,000 people. The lab would infect ticks "farmed" in area outside the lab with various viruses and as with the swine flu then experiment with way of distributing those tick on both humans and animals.

There is too much in Carroll's to explain just the references, connection and the following quote should be enough to scare the **** out of you.
Anthrax, swine fever, West Nile, Lyme, Avian flu, and HIV ..."Plum Island will permit the Army Chemical Company required projects in connection with imported agents ... that might become of Biological Warfare significance."

- Declassified Army Document


Los Alamos, NM

#5 Apr 27, 2009
The biological agent used to "bomb" Cuba was African Swine Fever virus (flu).
johnny 07

Thoreau, NM

#6 Apr 27, 2009
N.M. IS THE --GOV.--!!!!!!!
I feel safer

Rio Rancho, NM

#8 Apr 27, 2009
knowing richardson is on the job. What will we do when they move him from the roundhouse to the big house.

Since: Sep 08

Santa Fe

#9 Apr 27, 2009
This is a great excuse to take us to camps. For our own protection, of course.
They will force us to take their inoculations, they`ll feed us drug laced porridge to keep us calm.
They`ll always say "We Have everything under control","Stay calm". Go back to sleep.
They can`t control this man made flew virus. It was intentionally made to reduce the population.This is their plan.Who are "they" you ask?
The Global Bankster Gangster Cabal who own everything, including me and you.
Serf on surfers!!!
You do well if you pay heed. Ignore my words at your own peril
Judge Roy Bean

Bloomington, IN

#10 Apr 27, 2009
Dollar Bill is on it. He must have stock in Roche. (Tamiflu)

Los Alamos, NM

#11 Apr 27, 2009
Ambro wrote:
This is a great excuse to take us to camps.
I'm sure Nelson will be on here soon telling us we have to close the border to keep the disease from spreading.

Since: Sep 08

Santa Fe

#13 Apr 27, 2009
I don`t mean to be a one note Nellie. I`m rarely incorrect. The virus will go through a quite time of incubation in the population.
Don`t let it`s momentary silence make you think it`s gone. The swine/avian/human flew virus will morph, and come back stronger.
Let`s put it this way. The Hammer has been dropped.
No getting this cat back in the bag.
There`s tons of herbs that will fight off viruses.
The CDC`s vaccines are meant to kill you, not help you. What ever you do "Don`t take the shot"

Since: Sep 08

Santa Fe

#14 Apr 27, 2009
At best they`ll quarantine whole cities. No one in , no one out.
Those of us who are not sick will not put up with that.
Don`t forget the first responders will be the first to die. We will truly be creating our own reality at that point. Keep your wits about you, don`t freak out. You have a little window now to prepare.
Brace yourself.
We saw this coming since the early nineties, when you called us "Conspiracy theorists". You didn`t want to listen. Now you have too.

United States

#15 Apr 27, 2009
Could it be worse than the allergies?
Judge Roy Bean

Bloomington, IN

#16 Apr 27, 2009
Bro - I think Obama dropped it off on his visit. It's a counter measure against the coming Mexican revolution.

What ever you do...DON'T take Tamiflu....

Santa Fe, NM

#18 Apr 27, 2009

1. A virus is a protein coated genetic material (nucleotides).
2. Use cell DNA and support structures to reproduce.
3. How tough is a protective viral protein coat? How hard is it to pull apart a piece of hair? Hair is protein.

The protein coat chemistry must be able to trick the protein compounds in a host cell wall into letting viral RNA or DNA inside of its cell membrane.
Normally swine flu viral strains do not have the correct protein chemistry to do this.
Viruses are masters of mutation – evidently this new virus has developed the correct protein key.
After reproduction inside cells- the cells loose cell membrane integrity as viruses escape to infect other cells. The cell dies.
With luck the immune system will code its attack to surround the viral invader before too many cells have died. This has not been the case for 80 young Mexicans in Mexico city.
1. Hands that are washed and even well rinsed have enough residual soap film coat to unravel Virus protein coats and destroy them
2. Wash and Wash and Wash WITH SOAP

3. Outside of a host cell viruses will decompose in sunlight or from contact with any chemical that destroys the integrity of its protein coat. Viruses in dark dry places can go dormant and remain intact for a long time. The Hanta Virus is an example of this.
1. This strain is normally only uses swine cells to reproduce
2. Viruses are masters at adapting their genetics.
3. This Virus has evidently done this and has created a new strain that humans have little immunity for.
1. As Viruses travel from patient zero they tend to attenuate.
2. If one subscribes to the ‘emergent intelligence’ paradigm- it is in the best interest of a virus not to kill its host.
1. The milder human-swine virus strain if it follows historic patterns may become more virulent after a period of attenuation.

Santa Fe, NM

#19 Apr 27, 2009

The protein coat chemistry must be able to trick the protein compounds in a host cell wall into letting viral RNA or DNA inside of its cell membrane.

This would only be true for plant viruses.
Animal cells only have cell membranes.(Sorry I was thinking first like a botanist)

Since: Sep 08

Santa Fe

#20 Apr 27, 2009
From what I hear. One day your healthy, the next day you`ve transitioned to light. It will incubate in your body for as long as a week without you knowing it. This is militarized, airosolized weapon of mass destruction.

Yet It hasn`t morphed there yet. It will eventually transmute to a more advanced virus.

This will simmer down. Training us to run to the feds/banksters for help. This is meant to train us.
Then the virus will return with a vengeance.
This is no time for complacency. We have a small window to prepare.
Gird yourself for the winter.

Santa Fe, NM

#21 Apr 27, 2009
Correction Again

The protein coat chemistry must be able to trick the protein compounds in a host cell wall into letting viral RNA or DNA inside of its cell membrane.

Even with plants Cell wall is so porous a virus passes straight to the cell membrane to do its work.

Since: Nov 08

Albuquerque, NM

#22 Apr 27, 2009
Wow, no paranoia, panic-mongering here, or irrational thinking here.
Don Diego

Santa Fe, NM

#24 Apr 27, 2009
Let's log all potential human exposures into the SHARE system.
Bill in Santi Flush

Winston, NM

#25 Apr 27, 2009
swine! We're overrun with peeps at the gov'ment trough!

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