According to Australian virologist Adrian Gibbs, the H1N1/A-Virus could be the product of a vaccine-plant or a lab. Gibbs, who considered this to be a possible explanation of the New Influenza, now published his findings in Virology Journal. By this he renewed “discussion about the origins of the pandemic virus”
“the new pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus, which was discovered in Mexico and the U.S. in April , may be the product of 3 strains from 3 continents that swapped genes in a lab or a vaccine-manufacturing plant”.
The spread of Swine Flu (New Influenza) has ignited a unique, global process: Never before have been vaccines marketed so fast and with so few long-term clinical data on possible risks and side effects. Only a few months after virologists identified the virus H1N1 / A, the Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) declared the pandemic status of the disease. This decision seems more than unusual for two reasons.
1-Firstly, the emergence of novel strains of a virus is not new.
2-On the other hand the burgeoning swine flu in Mexico proved to be a relatively harmless version of a new influenza virus.
However, the activism of the WHO had far-reaching consequences. Almost instantly precisely those antiviral agents moved into the focus of public health authorities, which had proved to be increasingly ineffective against conventional flu viruses before Swine flu started. The WHO helped - intentionally or not- pharmaceutical manufacturers to an unexpected comeback of their antiviral old guard.
The book named “Swine Flu as a Millenium Fake” is written in German but contains important pages also in English.
There is one review of this book available at Amazon. I put the review through google translate and this is what we get
As I read it, the reviewer seems to be implying that the actions taken by the WHO seemed to directly benefit pharmaceutical giants. (Hmm, I wrote about that yesterday) Particularly with the sales of anti-virals. And the reviewer notes this would be exciting if it was something new, but, it is not.