Posted By: billym
Date: Thursday, 6 October 2005, 11:22 p.m.

Rumor for the Mill from Cloak & Dagger

This text is running in the marquee at the Cloak and Dagger website:


Ever since Cloak & Dagger’s Sherman Skolnick and Lenny Bloom broke the story of the coming indictments against the Bush administration I’ve been checking their website daily.

The most recent speculation by Skolnick was that the Bush Regime might possibly try to trigger an earthquake via HAARP or scalar devices in order to declare martial law and escape the indictments.

Then I was a bit surprised that suddenly Bush was hyping the danger the avian flu all of a sudden, out of the blue. In several different appearances he kept referring to this danger. I wondered why this particular bee had gotten into his bonnet. Were they planning something?

Bush made a very big point of suggesting that if there were a pandemic of bird flu then the military should take over. Martial law. Suspend the Constitution. It sure looked like he was trying to maneuver toward a “Get Out Of Jail Free” card on his Monopoly board. Earthquake? Bird flu? Any port in a storm?

Such things would seem preposterous to anyone who has not realized that this administration was involved in the 911 attacks, but to those who HAVE realized that, such scenarios are very plausible.

A day later (coincidence?) the news is all over the Internet that FINALLY they have managed to reconstruct the 1918 flu virus that killed millions and, lo and behold, they discover that the worst virus in history was (guess what?) a BIRD FLU!

Just now as I was about to retire I see this story:

Plane Carrying Viruses Crashes in Canada Oct 06 6:57 PM US/Eastern

WINNIPEG, Manitoba

A cargo plane carrying small amounts of flu virus crashed on railway tracks near Winnipeg’s city center Thursday, killing the pilot but missing buildings and vehicles, authorities said.

The research samples of frozen influenza and herpes viruses were destroyed in the crash and ensuing fire along with other freight, Federal Express spokeswoman Karen Cooper said.

“It has crashed on railway tracks and does not appear to have collided with any other objects, houses or cars,” police Sgt. Shelly Glover said.

Winnipeg police spokeswoman Carolyn Kwiatek said there was no damage to the surrounding area from the fire. The crash did tie up traffic on nearby streets during the morning rush, but no accidents or injuries resulted.

In its cargo were six vials of virus samples being sent to Thunder Bay for research, Cooper said.


This latter is probably no big deal. They said the virus was destroyed in the crash. I guess I was feeling a little jumpy with all the sudden hyping of bird flu and martial law by Bush. But it is rather interesting that just as Bush is scaring everyone about bird flu suddenly the 1918 “bird flu” is announced. Reconstructed and ready to go.

I guess a bird flu in the hand is worth two in the Bush.


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