“The UK government's watering down of WHO rules about what constitutes a pandemic mean that should an H5N1 outbreak occur in the future (and remember the death rate for H5N1 is more than 60%, even with Tamiflu), the WHO are now restricted in declaring a pandemic.”
“The UK government's strategy for Pandemic Flu has been based almost 100% around tamiflu for many years despite the fact that bird flu H5N1 is starting to become resistant to Tamiflu.”
“As a Hong Kong resident, looking back for her performance in H5N1 and SARS, do you have confidence in her?”
“The above fake science â€œconferenceâ€ even created a new false name for Bird Flu: HPAIâ€ â€œHighly Pathogenic Avian Influenza! â€ But natural occurring H5N1 is not highly pathogenic except for that tiny minority of individuals who exhibit the genetic/familial susceptibility to develop virulent symptoms.”
“The New York Times concludes with a Big Lie of Biowarfare Criminal Michael Osterholm: â€œThe more we see what H5N1 is doing, the less we know about whatâ€ ™ s really happening with it. â€ This False claim of ignorance is made in order to provide the permanent option of unleashing their Planned Biowarfare Bird Flu Pandemic anywhere anytime!”
“Focus on human-to-human cases among family members in Indonesia has also been used to make the fraudulent claim that the H5N1 is â€œmutating. â€ (See below.)”
“Our big concern at the moment is a virus called H5N1 flu.”
“GUPTA (voice over): Today, the frenzy in the United States has gone, but the virus known as H5N1 is still with us.”
“Reese’s years of breeding, and of finding like-minded farmers, could come to an abrupt end if H5N1 is discovered on any of the farms raising chickens for him — or maybe anywhere else in Kansas, depending on the policies state and federal officials adopt.”
“The import ban, which is to last 21 days, comes as the city's government remains on high alert as the bird flu strain known as H5N1 has resurfaced in recent weeks.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘H5N1’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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