Skip to comments.Sars Research Lab Loses 2,000 Tubes of Killer Virus [But there is no risk they assure]
Posted on 04/15/2014 1:02:15 PM PDT by BenLurkin
A routine inventory check at Paris' Pasteur Institute revealed that 2,349 tubes containing fragments of the virus responsible for the deaths of 774 people in 2002 were missing, the centre named after French chemist Louis Pasteur said.
The institute was quick to reassure the public and said that the contents of the missing vials had no infectious potential. They contained only part of the virus and had no ability to spread.
"Independent experts referred by health authorities have qualified such potential as 'non-existing' according to the available evidence and literature on the survival of the Sars virus," the institute said.
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A friend was in the Air Force when it handed back a base to the host country. They took everybody on the base, gave them zeroxed photos of every type nuke we’d produced to date and had them walk the entire base and search every building holding those photos. Now, if we’d kept accurate count of the nukes, why would they do that?
Here’s the problem. For the most part, a bureaucracy can’t do anything competently. A few years ago the AF, without realizing they had done so, loaded six nukes onto a B1 and it flew across country unaware they were carrying a potential Armageddon. I’m confident SAC never lost track of them but that was their only job. To the AF that’s just one of many jobs.
So, losing a few vials of super deadly virus now and again is to be expected.
I can imagine this. What they described is basically one form of a vaccine, that uses a fraction of a virus, part of its outer coat recognizable to the immune system, to incite an immune response.
So these were likely experimental vaccines that were to be tested on animals, but are not yet approved for human use.
“...had no ability to spread.”
Then why keep in a vial?
I maintain that the global elites want us (most of us) dead. They’re ciphering on how to do that exactly without endangering their own skins.
Good thing he was NBC and knew what it was he was seeing.
“He decided to do a personal physical inspection of the warehouses where he thought the record keeping might have left a bit to be desired.”
While my sister was in OSI at Clark a new man took over one of the big departments. He was asked to sign for stuff running into the mega-dollars and he decided to go out and count every item. They were One Million Gallons short of jet fuel. (It had been stolen over ten years and sold to the Philippine national airline.)
I am surprised he wasn't held responsible since he found it missing. Even though he had nothing to do with it.