Bio-Terrorism And CIA Scripted “News” – Your “News” Is Fake and Bio-Terror Is Real

Two Major Biological USA Scares Aboard Jet Airliners Tied to Muslims

Recall that Indomitus warned our subscribers that Muslims and/or the CIA Islamic front groups, threatened the United States with biological warfare only one month ago.  Therefore, this highly significant medical emergency at TWO US airports involving multiple and suddenly very sick passengers does in fact reinforce that biological warfare against Americans (you, your family and your friends) has begun.  Events involving biological and chemical warfare will grow in scope and number.  Indomitus anticipates one event per month no later than the end of the fourth quarter, 2018.

As always, the scripted media (ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN, MSNBC will not investigate closely nor report extensively unless they are instructed to by the CIA.  If you are skeptical that the CIA scripts the news from the aforementioned “news” organizations, please review:  Here for specific details and watch this short video.  Observe that ALL of the variety of stations (ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, etc) are ALL required to say the same thing.

That’s rather horrifying, and this has been done to you every day, throughout the day, for DECADES.  You are a ‘target’ to be ‘managed’.  You are fed garbage information so that you will ‘feel “in the know”‘.  And you are fed scripted garbage information so that you will be a good citizen and buy things, without asking too many questions.  And if you actually do have a question, ask anyone you see for the answer.  They will all give you the same answer, because they all get their garbage information from the very same scripted “news” stations.

Biological Attacks Against Americans

As Indomitus stated previously, Americans should expect biological attacks on US soil.  We were warned several weeks ago by Islamists/CIA front to expect this.  This week, there were three biological threat events on three passenger jets landing in the United States.  Eleven passengers were hospitalized on one jet from Dubai; 19 people were confirmed ill at JFK International on another plane  and American Airlines flight 717 reported several more. Confusing when trying to stitch the illnesses with the planes and locations.

Vanilla Ice was on one of the planes.

We will have to wait and see what develops from these sick people.  The medical response seems rather intense, so apparently the medical people are anticipating at least the potential for a biological strike against Americans.

All sick personnel were on inbound flights related to pilgrims returning from the Haj, the Muslim pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, which ended in late August, US health officials said on Friday.  Infecting Muslims and using them to carry disease into the United States is a reliable and almost fool-proof way to introduce pathogens into the general population.

It is not particularly efficient, but there are lots of Muslims willing to carry pathogens in their bodies, so the net effect is still worth the inefficiencies.

On Wednesday, US health officials sent an emergency response team with mobile diagnostic equipment to John F Kennedy International Airport in New York after they were told that more than 100 passengers aboard an Emirates airlines flight from Dubai were experiencing flu-like symptoms.

Dr Martin Cetron, director for the division of Global Migration and Quarantine at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Reuters in a telephone interview that health officials evaluated nearly 549 passengers at the airport, and sent a total of 11 people to a local hospital for more testing.

Ten people were tested for a battery of respiratory viruses and bacteria in hopes of ruling out serious pathogens that could present a public health threat.

Two of them tested positive for an especially virulent type of influenza A virus, and one of the two, who was gravely ill with pneumonia, was co-infected with another respiratory virus, Cetron said. A third person tested positive for a cold virus.

All three had taken part in the Haj, which this year drew 2 million people to Mecca, Cetron said.

Seven crew members, who boarded the flight in Dubai and were not at the pilgrimage, tested negative for a number of respiratory infections of public health concern, Cetron said.

The next day, two flights arriving in Philadelphia from Europe were screened by medical teams after 12 passengers reported flu-like symptoms. One of them had visited Mecca for the Haj.

Cetron said health officials in New York had been prepared to quarantine a large group of sick passengers in an area at the airport. From a total of 11 passengers taken to hospital for evaluation, 10 were tested for respiratory symptoms; one showed signs of food poisoning.

“It was a much smaller incident. That’s not uncommon,” Cetron said. “Often the incoming information from multiple sources can be exaggerated beyond what we really find.”

All 10 patients with respiratory symptoms tested negative for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or MERS, a highly infectious and deadly respiratory infection that was first identified in the Middle East in 2012.

The CDC was not alerted in advance about the two flights that landed in Philadelphia from Paris and Munich, but several travelers had complained of illness, triggering a “medical review” of 250 passengers from those flights, a spokesman said.

Twelve passengers were found to have sore throats and coughs, and one also tested positive for the flu, a CDC spokesman confirmed.

The responses were part of a well-rehearsed network of public health officials trained to identify and contain pathogens as US airports and ports of entry, Cetron said.

“Our most critical issue was to rule several respiratory illnesses of urgent public health significance,” Cetron said.

Cetron said the CDC monitors databases to track outbreaks of infectious disease that could post a treat in the United States. Although unlikely, MERS was definitely a concern that the team needed to rule out, he said.

“That was a low-probability, high consequence event that we wanted to rule out,” he said.

The CDC said in a statement that the cases were a reminder that flu season is coming, and urged all US citizens six months or older to get a flu shot by the end of October.