Did H5N1 Ebola
Recombinant Come
From China's Plum Island?

From Patricia Doyle, PhD
Hello, Jeff - I think most who read my comments on the H5N1 outbreak as well as the pig disease outbreak know that I believe China had either an accident at one of their bioresearch facilities or they were conducting vaccine experiments that caused a mutated H5N1 recombinant.
I have also added an article on Dr. Niman's site about villages and villagers who simply disappeared. China's answer to containing the spread of disease within its borders is simply, make those infected and their contacts vanish...forever. We can safely assume that they are not in hosptials and are no longer on the planet.
Such an all out military involvement should tell us that the Chinese government knows what is circulating and they know that there is no way to contain it but to "cull" any suspected infected persons and livestock.
We employed these methods with regard to Chronic Wasting Disease and found that culling and kill zones DO NOT WORK.
If the pathogen is, as I suspect a manmade recombinant, and the pathogen was being researched as a bioweapon, China has a serious outbreak spreading and it could go globally.
We have time now to prepare for a pandemic and I think the western nations better put all of their resources into preparations. The mutant virus or viruses are not wasting any time and are spreading and killing as we speak.
Patricia Doyle
H5N1 and Ebola Recombinants in Qinghai and Sichuan
Dr. Henry L. Niman, PhD
Recombinomics Commentary
The spread of H5N1 along Russia's southern border and the increase toll in Sichuan province form the mysterious pig disease, demand more transparency from China who claims to have never had a human case of H5N1 and a fatal pig disease due to a relatively benign bacterium.
Boxun reports indicate that China has several strains of H5N1 and Ebola capable of causing human disease. Although sequence data for the early Qinghai isolates were published, China has failed to share samples from live birds or bird flu isolates beyond the 12 collected in May. Similarly, samples from Sichuan appear to be lacking. Sichuan is adjacent to Qinghai, suggesting a possible linkage.
Boxun reports also describe an industrial accident and use of the wrong treatment as part of the problem in Sichuan. The are also rumors of problems caused by an adenovirus vectored hog cholera vaccine. There many be several viruses involved, including an Ebola recombinant.
Thus, there clearly appear to be too many viruses in the area that could recombine and create a new entity. Ebola and H5N1 share a region in common that could allow for recombination between the two viruses. Having Ebola and H5N1 co-circulating creates a potentially volatile situate. This situation could be exacerbated by a adenovirus vectored vaccine because adenovirus also has homology to this region, as does African swine fever virus.
Thus, the boxun report describing recombinants could be referring to many different combinations including Ebola and H5N1 or either one plus adenovirus linked of hog cholera virus.
To resolve these issues, samples must be provided. China has created a genetically unstable environment and denials of human H5N1 infections or creating new bacterial diseases are not acceptable.
Patricia A. Doyle, PhD
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