On every channel there’s a reporter raving about the latest fad in global viruses. Yes, swine flu fever is sweeping the nation as everyone plugs in to hear and share the latest gossip. While the poor and elderly are the ones strutting the runway, the biggest of names have not been deterred from discussing it. A shining example of this is a recent historic address by President Barrack Obama where he became the first black president of These United States to talk about swine flu.
So why the fuss? Swine-borne illnesses have a long history of decimating populations and bringing civilized society to its knees. H1N1, H1N2, H3N1, H3N2, H2N3, and several other combinations of H,N, and two numbers have done permanent damage to the world’s population. Around most of these outbreaks, the average life expectancy dropped globally. Look into the year 1918 when the Swine Flu killed more humans than the ongoing wars of the time. But enough doom and gloom, let’s get to the science!
The science is simple: people are like pigs. As a possible subsequence of this, people are susceptible to many of the same diseases as pigs. Combined with the massive volume of pig and people trafficking, something as deadly as N1H1 or the Ebola virus gives scientists the spooks when they become cross-species contagions.
Birds (also closely related to people) present a similar risk. The Avian-flu is still fresh on many of our minds. The terrifying thing about birds is that they traffic themselves. No trading restrictions or forced isolation camps would abate the spread of a bird-borne pandemic. That’s a chilling scientific fact.
Which brings us to the topic of cows. While mad cow disease has a funny name, it certainly isn’t as contagious as the flu or Ebola. Between this and the dissimilarities between cows and people, the pandemical “cow-flu” scenario seems far from likely. Sorry guys, you’re just not spotlight material. Good news for the beef industry, and those who stand to profit from it.
In fact, with the mass-extermination of pigs occurring around the globe, one has to consider the economic impact. People, due to increased prices and decreased money, will be forced to switch from swine to bovine in order to survive this major pork-downturn. While this change may seem subtle, a few people have a lot to gain. Those few people (and that gain) are the real topic of today’s post.
It is a long established fact that the beef industry is controlled by a singular, centralized power. Ever since the agricultural revolution of the early to mid 20th century, the Anilluminati have been pulling strings and playing cards to maximize the prevalence of beef consumption in the West. The end result is that These United States of America consume more beef than all other nations combined! This has fueled the Anilluminati’s power in the Western World, allowing them to throw the 2001 election and send us spiraling into control.
I agree that correlation is not causation; just because the Anilluminati have untold amounts of stuffs to gain from Swine Flu, doesn’t mean they caused it. However, the fact that they caused it certainly does.
Causing a global effect is easy! The effect may not always be what you desired but in someways it can be. There doesn’t need to be a conspiracy to explain a series of coincidences; all there needs to be is the right rock rolling down the right hill. Momentum; it’s about momentum. Once the momentum begins, it doesn’t matter who pushed; the momentum continues.
It isn’t rocket science to break into a pig farm, especially if you’re a rocket scientist. All this hysteria takes is a hopped fence and a dropped beaker. As for the rest, it’s simply a matter of each individual maintaining their roles. The media reports news, consumers react to news, and company owners react to consumers. In this way, the infection of one animal could cause global panic and huge profits shared throughout the beef industry. And by shared I of course mean funneled up to the Anilluminati.
Phnepsilon, The Suffixless