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Adi
27th November 2014, 13:52
Interesting article that I came across about outbreak of Pneumonic Plague in Madagascar, interesting that its coincidental that such a virus was named as being responsible for future Bio-weapoany as stated in the recent Avalon news letter about Jessie Ames and his information.

Something to look into, could this be practice run for future events.

Adi

http://www.humanosphere.org/news-rounds/2014/11/news-humanosphere-worried-pneumonic-plague-spread-madagascar/

Ellisa
28th November 2014, 06:44
Plague is endemic in the US, in the western states mainly. It is relatively easily treated by antibiotics, and usually, in the affected human population, there is a complete cure.

sigma6
29th November 2014, 02:47
Madagascar, how strategically convenient. It would look as if someone is seeding that country... America's new frontier to exploit? under the guise of rescue and protection?... You would think after all these years, these mafioso could come up with a better strategy.

Bob
29th November 2014, 03:51
Antibiotic resistant Plague

http://aac.asm.org/content/50/10/3233.full

Since the beginning of the 1990s, the number of human cases of plague has been rising, and outbreaks are reappearing in various countries after decades of quiescence.

Plague is therefore categorized as a reemerging disease.

The isolation in Madagascar of two multidrug-resistant strains of Y. pestis, one resistant to all of the antimicrobial agents recommended for treatment and prophylaxis of plague and the other resistant to a smaller array of drugs, is worrisome.

There is also concern that a biological attack with Y. pestis might employ a natural or engineered antimicrobial-resistant strain.

Surveillance of antibiotic resistance in Y. pestis should therefore become systematic worldwide.