July 15, 2014

Dr Evil creates Virus that can destroy Mankind at UW

By Mark Wachtler

July 15, 2014. Madison, WI. (ONN) It’s a circular argument with the same horrific outcome every time - someday an evil scientist may create an unstoppable virus that can destroy mankind, so we need to create it first in order to develop a vaccine to stop it. Little do the geniuses at Wisconsin University at Madison realize, they are the evil scientists creating a super virus that can destroy humanity. And at the rate the CDC and other bio-weapons labs keep accidentally exposing people to their WMD’s, it’s only a matter of time before UW has an accident of their own.

Professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka shows off his lab at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Image courtesy of NPR.org.

Anyone who’s ever seen the Bruce Willis movie ’12 Monkeys’ can imagine what’s in store for the world now that UW-Madison’s Dr. Yoshihiro Kawaoka has created the world’s most deadly and unstoppable super-virus. It’s an even more powerful strain of the H1N1 virus that killed 500,000 people in 2009. In an announcement two weeks ago, Dr. Kawaoka confirmed that his work has been a success and he and his team at UW’s Institute of Influenza Virus Research had created their unstoppable super-germ.

The ultimate weapon of mass destruction

The most deadly weapon of mass destruction ever invented now sits in an unguarded school in southern Wisconsin. Unlike all other WMD’s, this one has the potential to wipe out all of humanity with the pull of a single trigger, either on purpose or on accident. The new super-virus was bred to withstand all known human antibodies, making it one hundred percent fatal. According to the US government and the University of Wisconsin, the team now needs to rush and find an antidote for it just in case some mad scientist in the future ever creates it. If you think that thought process sounds horrifyingly dangerous and stupid, you’re not alone.

UW’s professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka is no stranger to recreating plagues in his lab that have wiped out huge numbers of humans throughout history. Only a month ago he made news when he re-created the deadly 1918 Spanish flu pandemic virus in his lab. That virus killed 50 million people. And he’s done it again by making a new strain of the devastating 2009 H1N1 virus. Except, he removed the few weaknesses the super-bug had, making it completely unstoppable now.

As detailed in a recent report from The Daily Mail, ‘Kawaoka’s many critics have said his latest provocative experiment has essentially rendered the world’s population defenseless against the virus.’ The doctor’s own description explains what his team did to create this unstoppable strain. They took the original 2009 H1N1 virus, which has since evolved into a typical but still dangerous influenza virus. They examined how it evolved over the past five years, removing all the mutations that allowed the human immune system to develop antibodies against it.

The report from the UK explains, ‘The trailblazing virologist, who has been conducting his risky experiments out of a state-of-the-art laboratory at the Institute for Influenza Virus Research in Madison, lifted the lid on the H1N1 study earlier this year during a closed-door scientific meeting, where members of the audience walked away shocked. An unnamed scientist who saw Kawaoka’s presentation explained that his colleague had picked out H1N1 strains that were resistant to antibodies and then repeated the process several time until he had on his hands a super-virus that could not be wiped out by a vaccine.’

Playing with mankind’s existence

Dr. Yoshihiro Kawaoka’s fellow scientists, one of which was quoted by the Daily Mail, explained his horrifying shock saying, “He used a flu virus that is known to infect humans and then manipulated it in such a way that it would effectively leave the global population defenseless if it ever escaped from his laboratory. Everything he did before was dangerous but this is even madder.”



The investigators also found out that the Wisconsin Institutional Biosafety Committee voted to allow the experiments to take place on-campus at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. But they report that a number of Committee members who voted to create the incurable weaponized virus weren’t told the whole story. The news outlet confirms, ‘Some members of the Committee reportedly had been in the dark until recently about details of the pandemic study. They have since expressed concerns about the research.’

Another British news outlet reached out to the country’s own bio-engineering expert, Lord May, the former chief science adviser to the British government. The article quotes May telling The Guardian, “The work they are doing is absolutely crazy. The whole thing is exceedingly dangerous.” In his own defense, Kawaoka insists that his work creating these incurable super-viruses is a service to humanity and may save lives some day.




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Accidents, accidents and more accidents

When news of Dr. Kawaoka’s creation broke, a University of Wisconsin spokeswoman adamantly assured the world that their facility is safe and secure and there is no possibility of an accident occurring which would let the super-virus escape and wipe out mankind. But recent facts and warnings from even the CDC prove how insincere, empty and dangerous those assurances are.

A report this weekend from the New York Times reiterates a call by the CDC to all of its labs, offices and personnel to shut down all of the Center’s influenza and anthrax laboratories due to multiple accidents which exposed dozens, if not hundreds, of people to some of the most deadly bio-agents known to man. They’ve also called on all private, corporate and university labs to do the same thing. But Kawaoka and UW-Madison aren’t listening.

The Times reports that last month, 62 CDC employees were accidently exposed to live anthrax bacteria. In a second CDC accident, only admitted to last week, the Center unknowingly combined a regular common flu virus with the deadly H5N1 virus and then sent it out from its Bioterrorism Rapid Response lab. The mistake wasn’t realized until the US Dept of Agriculture notified authorities. On the same day, authorities admitted that the National Institutes of Health had been unknowingly storing six vials of live smallpox since 1954. Smallpox killed an estimated 300-500 million people during the twentieth century alone.

CDC Director Thomas Frieden told reporters when announcing the temporary moratorium, “These events revealed totally unacceptable behavior. They should never have happened. I’m upset, I’m angry, I’ve lost sleep over this, and I’m working on it until the issue is resolved.” He also expressed shock and disappointment that these accidents occurred in late May, but the CDC employees involved kept it a secret from supervisors until the first week of July

 

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