Easy Lockdowns: CDC Claims Bird Flu Symptoms Include “Having No Symptoms.”

Written by Thomas Reynolds.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that one of the symptoms of H5N1 bird flu in humans is “having no symptoms.” This revelation brings to mind the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when similar claims were made about asymptomatic carriers.

The CDC updated its “Influenza (Flu)” page, stating, “Illness in humans from avian influenza virus infections have ranged in severity from no symptoms or mild illness to severe disease that resulted in death.” This announcement has caused concern among those wary of potential new lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccine requirements to “protect” against a virus that might not show any signs in those infected.

Groundhog Day for Public Health Measures?

Many people feel a sense of déjà vu, recalling how the world was shut down to combat COVID-19, a virus described as a severe acute respiratory syndrome that also included asymptomatic cases. The similarities between the handling of COVID-19 and the current approach to bird flu are striking, raising questions about the true necessity and effectiveness of such measures.

Coincidentally, a bird flu vaccine funded by Bill Gates has just entered trials. Gates, who has been vocal about the benefits of vaccines, published a statement on a global agreement to distribute the vaccine to developing nations. This development has led to speculation about the motivations behind these public health policies.

Bill Gates and the Vaccine Rollout

Bill Gates has long promoted vaccines as a critical tool for global health, referring to them as his “best buys” due to their high return on investment. His involvement in the current bird flu vaccine trials has further fueled suspicions about the timing and intent of these initiatives.

The mainstream media continues to emphasize the potential threat of bird flu, while critics argue that the response echoes past overreactions. Gates’ track record and his ability to anticipate public health crises have led some to believe that this is another instance of his “uncanny accuracy.”

Our Take

The CDC’s announcement about bird flu symptoms and the timing of the new vaccine trials are concerning. The notion that a virus can spread widely without visible symptoms complicates public health strategies and may lead to unnecessary and extreme measures. While vaccines are undoubtedly valuable, the potential for overreach and the influence of powerful individuals like Bill Gates must be scrutinized.

The public deserves transparency and proportional responses to health threats. Policymakers should focus on evidence-based strategies and avoid repeating the mistakes of the past. The emphasis should be on clear communication, balanced risk assessment, and maintaining public trust.

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