Is HPAI In Domestic Poultry Another CONvid-1984 For Animals?
Since the announcement of the planned scam-demic of CONvid-1984 in late 2019, an unprecedented amount of research has been conducted by numerous individuals, experts, physicians, health practitioners, and investigative journalists to uncover the truth behind this supposed illness and the propaganda machine around it that went into overdrive. What was learned could be described with many adjectives. If you have been paying attention and read the research, you know this entire “pandemic” of COVID-19 was exaggerated greatly to push an injectable experimental bioweapon. Who did all of this? The players are vast – ranging from governments, international organizations, the Operation Mockingbird media, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies and employees, politicians, elected officials, doctors, health care workers, and wealthy individuals with their own agenda.
Now, the government through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has indicated there is a pandemic of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) affecting domesticated poultry populations across the US. Does anyone else find it odd this would be occurring at the same time as supply chain disruptions due to government actions surrounding the scam-demic, the rising food prices, the rising fuel costs, the “conflict” in Ukraine, the “mega-drought” occurring in the western US, and the disruption of the production of oil and gas here at home and elsewhere?
The last “epidemic” of HPAI occurred between December 2014 and June 2015 resulting in 50 million deaths of chickens and turkeys. Guarantee you these chickens and turkeys were mostly culled and did not die of HPAI.
This new outbreak of HPAI prompted some questions, which led to finding some interesting information.
At the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) website, the very first statement triggered a red flag.
Because wild birds can carry Avian Influenza and not appear sick, APHIS works with federal and state partners to conduct surveillance testing on wild birds. These tests tell us whether any highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses are found in the wild bird population.
“Wild birds” are possible “carriers” of this avian influenza but do not “appear sick”. This almost sounds like an “asymptomatic” carrier we heard so much about during the CONvid-1984 scam-demic. These wild birds are sick but have no symptoms or any appearance of illness, aka healthy. Then, there is the distinction of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), which can signal there could be a “less pathogenic” version.
Navigating the USDA APHIS website using the left side category of “Avian” led to these statements.
Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus strains are extremely infectious, often fatal to chickens, and can spread rapidly from flock-to-flock.
Low pathogenicity avian influenza (LPAI) virus strains occur naturally in wild migratory waterfowl and shorebirds without causing illness. LPAI can infect domestic poultry, creating little or no signs of illness.
Sure enough, there it is – low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI), which not surprisingly creates “little or no signs of illness.” As we have learned, if there is no sign of illness, there is no sickness. So, how is it being determined these birds are “sick” and spreading illness to domestic poultry?
The answer was found in the “2022 Detections of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza”. At the very bottom of the page in “Table Notes”, the USDA APHIS tells readers how this was detected.
Specimens detected by the NAHLN H5 assay were further tested by a developmental real-time RT PCR targeting the Eurasian lineage goose/Guangdong H5 clade 126.96.36.199b. “Date Detected” indicates the date when a positive detection was obtained by the developmental RRT PCR targeting the Eurasian lineage goose/Guangdong H5 clade 188.8.131.52b.
Notice anything interesting? Yes, these results are being generated by “real-time RT-PCR” testing. In this case, RT refers to “reverse transcriptase”. A test its inventor declared repeated as not for diagnostic purposes is being used to “diagnose” or test for avian influenza. How is this any different than the “case-demic” that arose around the world involving CONvid-1984? Doesn’t the NAHLN H5 assay sound a bit familiar to the HIV ELISA assay during the “HIV/AIDS crisis”?
Considering what was learned about “viruses”, how the SARS-CoV-2 was considered to be discovered and “isolated”, which was non-isolated, and how the SARS-CoV-2 “genome” was decided upon by consensus, can anyone be sure this is not happening with “avian influenza”? Their own website states, “wild birds can be infected with HPAI and show no signs of illness.” If there are no symptoms, are they not considered “well”? It must be the “asymptomatic” spread occurring in wild birds that happened in humans with CONvid-1984.
Here’s another clue contained in the “Table Notes”.
An incomplete subtype indicates either 1) the specimen is pending virus isolation and/or sequencing results, or 2) the specimen was detected by the developmental H5 RRT PCR targeting the Eurasian lineage goose/Guangdong H5 clade 184.108.40.206b but could not be further characterized, often due to a low level of virus or viral RNA present in a given sample.
We all learned through the CONvid-1984 about “isolation” of “viruses” and “sequencing” of such particles. And, low viral RNA does not mean that a creature is sick and low levels of “virus” are not indicative of illness. RT-PCR is not diagnostic and results are just noise and of no consequence.
So many questions with very few answers. In looking at the Frequently Asked Questions pages, one could surely find some answers there, particularly how this is spread.
State and federal government experts continue to evaluate how HPAI viruses can spread and impact wild and domestic birds.
The global spread of HPAI H5N8 has been driven in large part by migratory waterfowl. Knowledge about migratory patterns and intercontinental association of waterfowl, as well as genetic analyses of viral strains support the hypothesis that HPAI H5N8 entered North American from Asia via migratory birds.
Wild waterfowl and other species shed the virus into the environment through their oral and nasal secretions and feces.
Well, that is a lot of words to say “we think” it came into the US from Asia via migrating birds and it is spread by oral and nasal secretions and feces. Aren’t these wild birds outside in the sunshine? Doesn’t UV rays from the sun, even on cloudy days, kill “germs”? So, how does it get to domestic birds? The USDA APHIS has an answer for that as well.
Although it is possible for domestic poultry to become infected with AI from direct contact with wild birds, it is more likely that AI viruses are spread indirectly to poultry from contaminated feed, clothing, and equipment.
It’s “possible” for domestic poultry to be infected by wild birds but hasn’t been proven conclusively. That is convenient. So, the old fall back is “indirect” spread. Didn’t we hear that about CONvid-1984 resulting in people feverishly sanitizing shopping carts, their hands, and every surface imaginable? Weren’t many stores closed at night to go through “sanitation processes” because of the dreaded “indirect spread”?
Isn’t “influenza” respiratory? And, who is coming in contact with wild birds to get oral and nasal secretions and/or feces on their clothing then coming in contact with domestic poultry populations? Surely people are washing their clothing. What equipment would be contaminated and how are domestic poultry being exposed to that equipment? People do wash their equipment, right? How is the feed getting contaminated and by whom? Considering their “more likely” qualifier on all of the “transmission” methods, one could say they are guessing and don’t know. Isn’t that familiar?
Hopefully, everyone remembers the studies done in trying to infect people with “Spanish Flu”. If so, this HPAI infecting domestic poultry seems a bit shady.
What wild birds are exactly affected by this besides waterfowl and Canadian geese?
As it turns out, the USDA APHIS website claims raptor species, such as hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls, are highly vulnerable to HPAI.
It appears most of this information came from the 2014-2015 “outbreak” where testing sick and dead raptors identified the Eurasian H5 HPAI infection as “causing or contributing” to the deaths of the birds. Yet, it remains unclear whether the HPAI-infected raptors have a “high disease mortality rate” (number of infected raptors that die from HPAI compared to the number of at-risk raptors). One should question whether the raptors are actually dying from some “influenza” or an environmental toxin.
Does anyone see a correlation here with what happened in the CONvid-1984 scam-demic?
With the track record of government and government agencies, along with the timing, it is difficult to believe this bird illness is infecting the domestic poultry population producing the need to cull chickens and turkeys, which is a less expensive form of meat. Plus, this would affect the production of eggs, another good source of protein. One could postulate this is just another contrived means to disrupt an already strained food supply by those who seek to enslave the population. After the last two years, it certainly wouldn’t be surprising. With Bill Gates and other stooges wanting people to eat “laboratory” meat, plant-based “meat”, and insects, is it really far-fetched to think governments wouldn’t create a “bird flu” issue in domestic poultry caused by wild birds to decrease the number of eggs and amount of poultry meat by culling domestic birds to then drive the people to their solution to obtain protein in one’s diet during a time of critical shortages and rising prices?
Could injection of domestic poultry with “vaccines” for this “avian influenza” using new mRNA technology that could be spread to humans on the horizon? It’s food for thought. After all, the talk is mRNA CONvid-1984 bioweapon injection being placed in certain vegetables.