WORLD COMES TO THE BRINK OF CATASTROPHE
EXPLOSION OF BLACK PLAGUE ON MADAGASCAR NARROWLY AVERTED
MILLIONS ON THE ISLAND COULD HAVE BEEN INFECTED
COUNTRYWIDE POLIO VACCINE CAMPAIGN WAS SET TO TAKE PLACE AS CASES OF INFECTIOUS PENUMONIC PLAGUE RISE, ESPECIALLY IN CROWDED CAPITAL CITY
CAMPAIGN IN 2016 INVOLVED 23,000 HEALTH TEAMS VACCINATING AT LEAST 4,300,000 CHILDREN UNDER AGE SIX
ORAL POLIO VACCINES APPARENTLY TO HAVE BEEN ADMINISTERED, INCREASING RISK OF PLAGUE INFECTION OF THE LUNGS AND OF MORE CASES OF THE ESPECIALLY CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIC PLAGUE VARIETY
GIANT SCALE AND NATURE OF CAMPAIGN WOULD HAVE BEEN A FORCE MULTIPLIER FOR FLU LIKE PLAGUE. DELIBERATE ATTEMPT TO ACCELERATE GLOBAL BLACK DEATH EPIDEMIC?
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD AT RISK
NOTHING WILL HELP FOR LONG AGAINST PNEUMONIC PLAGUE
URGENT MEASURES NEEDED TO CONTAIN PLAGUE OUTBREAK ON MADAGASCAR
A house to house vaccination campaign planned for yesterday, October 18th, in Madagascar was cancelled at the last minute over fears it could contribute to a surge in plague infections, according to local media.
Deaths from plague continue to rise. As of October 2017, there were 80 deaths and 878 suspected cases in Madagascar.
Since October 16, there have been 6 new deaths and 73 new cases.
The Madagascar Ministry of Health apparently announced the cancellation in the early hours of yesterday morning just hours before teams, possibly as many as 23,000, were set to go to every household on the island to administer a polio vaccine.
There is no notification on the website of the Health Ministry about the cancellation.
Polio vaccine campaigns in Madagascar are countrywide and involve millions of children.
A campaign in April 2016, supported by WHO, Bill Gates, Gavi foundation, UNICEF, USAID and Rotary International, saw at least 4,300,000 children between the ages of one and five years vaccinated by 23,000 health teams.
The movement of vaccine teams between houses to administer a vaccine would have increased the chances of people catching the plague, especially in the crowded capital city, Antananarivo where most of the new cases have been registered.
The vaccine to have been administered appears to have been an oral polio vaccine, which would have increased the danger especially of infection of the lungs with bacterial plague if any traces of the plague had been on health personnel or in their own lungs.
The plague outbreak in Madagascar is especially grave because it involves a form of pneumonic plague that is easy to catch like the flu.
While the more common bubonic plague is spread from rats and fleas to humans, the pneumonic plague can spread from human to human by coughing and sneezing.
It is when the bubonic plague moves into the lungs that it becomes so dangerous since it can then be expelled into the air as droplets that can live for more than a day infecting others.
Not just the children but also the members of the teams going from house to house would also have been at risk of infection if they had breathed in particles of plague in a victim’s house.
The time from incubation to death can be very short, just 24 hours.
This form of pneumonic plague is new to Madagascar, which has had small scale outbreaks of bubonic plague in rural areas.
Also new for Madagascar is the fact that this pneumonic plague has appeared in the capital city, Antananarivo.
More than half the cases, or 499 are in the Antananarivo city area, and most of these are the infectious pneumonic plague.
35 of the 114 districts in Madagascar now have plague cases accordingto .
It is not clear why the vaccination campaign was only cancelled at the last minute when it must have been clear that it represented an opportunity for the plague to be spread to thousands of housholds and for plague infections to sky rocket.
Just one day before the vaccine campaign was planned, L Express Madagascar warned of a scenario whereby half the people in the capital city could catch the plague, and the health system could collapse.
The polio vaccine campaign could have generated just such a scenario.
On Tuesday, L Express also reported that the country’s under resourced health system has already run out of reagents to conduct rapid diagnostic tests to detect the plague. Yet only rapid detection and antibiotics can help patients survive the plague. That means that if there had been a large surge in cases as a result of the vaccine campaign, there would have been no rapid test available to diagnose patients.
A blanket distribution of antibiotics could accelerate the development of anti biotic resistance in the plague bacteria.
In addition, controls do not seem to be in place to check whether plague is added to vaccines such as polio. In 2009, Baxter contaminated 72 kilos of seasonal flu vaccine with the deadly bird flu virus. While the contamination occurred in its biosecurity level 3 facilities close to Vienna, an accidental contamination can be virtually ruled out.
A team of doctors and disease experts from France arrived in Madagascar on Wednesday to help the government coordinate its response to the plague.
Very rapid action is now needed to contain the plague.
Signs point to an outbreak orchestrated by the eugenicist Globalists.
Bill Gates, whose foundation is a funder of Gavi, and of Madagascar’s polio vaccine campaigns, warned in February that bioterrorists could kill hundreds of millions of people in an attack more deadly than nuclear war.
‘Mr Gates, whose charitable foundation is funding research into quickly spotting outbreaks and speeding up vaccine production, said the defence and security establishment “have not been following biology and I’m here to bring them a little bit of bad news”.
If the polio vaccine campaign had not been called off at the last moment, Madagascar could have soon seen millions of plague deaths.
The plague could also have started to spread to other parts of the world killing hundreds of millions more, if not billions.
Meanwhile, in the Seychelles, tests of plague have proven negative.