Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Situation Report: Disease and Famine Edition

By Tim Gamble

Note: The following news reports are  presented here not to induce panic, but rather to raise awareness of potential and emerging threats. In reading these or other reports, or making your own observations, try to identify overall trends. React to trends, not isolated incidences. 

United States, Colorado, Archuleta County: Resident dies from the Plague. Public health officials have confirmed that a local resident has died from the Plague. Spread by infected flea bites and direct contact with infected animals, the Plague is very rare in modern times, but occasional deaths do happen. So far, this appears to be an isolated event. In the United States, the Plague is often detected in rock squirrels, prairie dogs, wood rats and other species of ground squirrels and chipmunks. (Link to Source)

Canada, Alberta: West Nile Virus Outbreak. Nine cases of West Nile Virus have been reported in Alberta in recent weeks - two cases in Edmonton and seven cases in the southern Alberta. Although the virus can be deadly, so far no deaths have been reported. West Nile Virus is spread by certain species of mosquitos. (Link to Source)

Italy, Lombardy Region: 34,000 pigs culled to contain African Swine Fever outbreak. Italy is experiencing its largest outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) since the 1960s. ASF is deadly to domestic pigs and wild swine, but poses no direct threat to humans. Instead, this is yet another hit to the global food supply chain. (Link to Source)

Documentary: No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat The Bugs? The Epoch Times earlier this week released the documentary No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat The Bugs? The documentary exposes "the hidden agenda behind global “Green Policies,” the untold stories of farmers forced out of business, the disruption this will have on our food supply, and why edible bugs are suddenly being pushed to the fore as a "Global Green Solution."

Subscribers to The Epoch Times can watch it for free. Others can watch it for $4. Here is the Link.
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