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March 4, 2015

Bacteria That Kills In 48 Hours 'Accidentally Released' In America - Remember The Georgia Guide Stones And Illuminati Promises Of Global Genocide!

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By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

A deadly bacteria that kills within 48-hours and can be turned into a deadly bioterror weapon has 'mysteriously escaped' a 'high security' Lousiana lab and federal investigators have no idea how far it has spread, nor do they know how it escaped from the lab just 4 months ago. While telling us "we're taking this extraordinarily seriously" and "it's very disturbing to us", the disease 'melioidosis' which it causes can kill up to 50% of those it infects and is most easily spread via contaminated water and soil and in Australia, where it occurs naturally, people are warned to 'stay out of heavy storms' to avoid it.

While public officials tell us that at this time, there are no public health threats to Americans, we are warned by Steve Quayle to remember the threats to humanity's survival made on the Georgia Guide Stones.:

"REMEMBER THE GEORGIA GUIDE STONES AND ILLUMINATI QUOTES ON GLOBAL GENOCIDE--IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN HUMANITIES LEVEL AT 500 MILLION YOU MUST FIRST ANNIHILATE CLOSE TO 6 BILLION PEOPLE. SUPER PLAGUES AND TERMINAL VACCINES ARE THE GLOBALIST'S FINAL PUSH TO ACCOMPLISH GLOBAL GENOCIDE" STEPHEN QUAYLE

While this accidental release is being called 'just the latest' of a series of significant biosafety 'accidents' at some of the top US labs involving the 'release' of bio-terrorism agents, it leads us to ask why so many frequent 'accidents' at such 'secure' facilities lately? A USDA scientist has already been sickened after being exposed to this bacteria. Are all of the recent 'accidents' at these labs in preparation of unleashing a 'doomsday plague' in preparation of taking out the needed 6 billion?

Several countries have studied using the bacteria as a bioweapon because strains can be obtained from the environment and engineered to be resistant to multiple antibiotics.

Dr. Jimmy Guidry, the state's health officer, said the fact that authorities decided to call the news conference on a Saturday afternoon duringMardi Gras should not be construed as a reason to panic. He said once the scientist's blood test revealed a possible exposure to the bacteria, a decision was made to inform the public.

"We don't want the public to know we have information that they don't have," Guidry said. "We want people to know we're on top of this. We don't want people to think we're holding something back."

While Andrew Lackner, director of the Tulane primate center tells us "there has never been a public health threat", this story from Russia Today counters by telling us that after weeks of investigations by federal and state agencies, they have no way of knowing how far the deadly bacteria has spread.

Coincidentally, or not, the stocks for Soligenix Inc, a company that is working on a treatment for the disease Melioidosis recently made a 'highly explosive' move after their stocks hit an all-time low in 2014.

While the 1st video below from Journeyman Pictures shares with us an ABC Australia special on Melioidosis, the 2nd video is a shocking new release from a weather modification conference in which we're told that meteorologists want to 'gatekeep' science data proving weather modification, leading us to ask: are those who are seeking to do harm to Americans seeding deadly diseases such as Melioidosis into our weather in an attempt to spread super plagues across America?

Melioidosis attacks the lungs and has a wide range of symptoms fever, headache, muscle and joint pain, loss of appetite so its often mistaken for pneumonia or tuberculosis.






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