Recently I updated an article on Globalist’s plans to decrease the population of planet earth by up to 95%. Yes, you read that right.
In case you missed that piece, I will post it here:
Agenda 21 and the Plan to Depopulate Our Planet by 95% By 2030
I said in that article that there would have to be a major event to deplete the population by 95%. Perhaps we are seeing the tip of the iceberg in the last week.
- Weaponized Ticks Perhaps Created by our Pentagon: Congress wants answers
- Flesh-Eating Bacteria in Ocean waters along the East Coast: More Cases and Deaths Than Ever Before
- Harvard: North Korea Preparing Small Pox Plague Attacks
A Bacterial Invasion? East-Coast-ers Face Flesh-Eating Disease Epidemic In 2019
Why are we suddenly seeing so many cases of flesh-eating disease all along the east coast of the United States?
For years, flesh-eating bacterial infections were so rare in the U.S. that even a single case would make national headlines. But here in 2019 the news is telling us that we are seeing flesh-eating infections “at a rate much higher than in previous years”, and this outbreak really seems to have escalated dramatically over the last couple of months. In fact, I found so many cases as I was doing research for this article that I had to simply stop reading at one point or I would have never gotten this article done in time. So in this article I will be sharing quite a few examples with you, but it is far from an exhaustive list.
Let’s start with a Tennessee man that was just killed by flesh-eating bacteria after a trip to the Florida panhandle. This is what his daughter had to say about his death…
“About 4:00 a.m. Saturday morning, 12 hours after we were in the water, he woke up with a fever, chills and some cramping. … They got to the hospital in Memphis around 8 p.m.,” Wiygul said in the post. “They took him back immediately. As they were helping him get changed into his hospital gown they saw this terribly swollen black spot on his back that was not there before.”
The man’s condition worsened over the next several hours. His immune system had been weakened by a bout with cancer, the daughter said, and he died Sunday afternoon.
That is how fast flesh-eating disease can kill you. If it is not treated immediately, there is a good chance you will die.
And it doesn’t take much. One woman that had just moved to Florida recently died after getting a small cut on her leg “while walking along the coast on Anna Maria Island”…
A woman died two weeks after cutting her leg while walking along the coast on Anna Maria Island, Florida, according to her family. Her leg became infected with necrotizing fasciitis, commonly called flesh-eating bacteria.
A life in Florida had long been the dream of Carolyn “Lynn” Fleming, who was originally from Pittsburgh but was most recently a resident of Ellenton, Florida.
I apologize in advance if I am ruining your future Florida vacation plans, but the truth is that a lot of these cases are happening along the Florida coastline.
And one man recently contracted flesh-eating disease in Florida without even going in the water…
Tyler King was at work in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, last week, when he noticed his left bicep starting to swell. He tried taking Benadryl but just a few hours later his arm had nearly tripled in size. He rushed to the emergency room.
“When I was a little bit younger, I probably would have tried to tough it out. Well, that would have been the worst thing that I could do,” King said. “If I had gone to sleep … and had woke up with it at the rate it was spreading, I might not have an arm right now.”
If your immune system has been compromised by another illness, that is certainly not going to help, but even very young, very healthy individuals are being attacked as well. According to Inside Edition, a 12-year-old girl almost lost her leg recently after getting infected by flesh-eating bacteria while on a family vacation…
A 12-year-old girl who was infected with an often deadly flesh-eating bacteria is walking again, just weeks after contracting it while wading in the ocean on a family vacation.
Kylei Parker knew something was wrong a few days after the Indiana clan arrived in Florida. Her leg hurt and she was running a fever.
When the family got home, her mother took her to the doctor after her temperature spiked at 104.5 degrees. The physician sent them straight to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, a fast-moving, flesh-eating disease that could have killed her, doctors said.
If you think that you may have flesh-eating disease, you will want to take action as quickly as possible.
According to the CDC, common symptoms include “a fever, dizziness, or nausea soon after an injury or surgery”…
Necrotizing fasciitis (NECK-re-tie-zing FASH-e-i-tis) is a rare bacterial infection that spreads quickly in the body and can cause death. Accurate diagnosis, rapid antibiotic treatment, and prompt surgery are important to stopping this infection. See a doctor right away if you have a fever, dizziness, or nausea soon after an injury or surgery.
And most of the time the bacteria are able to enter through a break in the skin…
- Cuts and scrapes
- Insect bites
- Puncture wounds (including those due to intravenous or IV drug use)
- Surgical wounds
Unfortunately, that would cover just about all of us.
After all, who among us doesn’t have a single cut, scrape, sore, wound or insect bite? During the summer, insect bites are exceedingly common in warm weather areas, and all it takes is one for the bacteria to gain entrance.
And I know that all of my examples so far have been from Florida, but let me give you some from farther north along the east coast.
For example, one woman recently got attacked after “just ten minutes in the water” at a beach in Virginia…
Amanda Edwards can laugh today thinking back on her potentially fatal health scare after spending just ten minutes in the water at a Virginia beach.
“I was just like, ‘Oh my goodness… my leg is gonna fall off,’” Edwards chuckled. “That’s the only thing I could keep thinking.”
She told WTKR she contracted a flesh-eating staph infection during a day of fun at Norfolk’s Ocean View Beach. She said the infection spread quickly.
In another instance, a young boy “had red spots all over his body by the next morning” after a trip to a beach in Maryland…
A woman says a trip to a Maryland beach left her son covered in wounds from flesh-eating bacteria. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports Brittany Carey says her son went swimming off the coast of Ocean City last week and had red spots all over his body by the next morning.
And it is exceedingly rare to see any cases at all along the Delaware coast, but according to Scientific American one recent report noted five “severe” cases…
The report authors described five cases of severe flesh-eating bacterial infections in people who were exposed to water or seafood from the Delaware Bay, which sits between Delaware and New Jersey. Such infections have historically been rare in the Delaware Bay, as the bacterium responsible for the disease, called Vibrio vulnificus, prefers warmer waters, such as those in the Gulf of Mexico.
So what is causing this extraordinary change?
Could it be possible that we have stumbled upon another element of “the perfect storm” that I keep talking about?
We seem to have entered a time when nature is behaving in some extremely strange ways. It would be great if the experts could explain all of the weird things that we are seeing, but they can’t.
I don’t know about you, but for now I am definitely staying out of the ocean. If something is causing a population explosion of flesh-eating bacteria along our coastlines, I don’t want to mess with it. source
House Orders Pentagon to Say If It Weaponized Ticks Decades Ago
House lawmakers are pressing the Pentagon on whether it experimented with weaponizing disease-carrying insects decades ago — and whether they were let loose, Roll Call reported.
The pressure came in an unusual amendment to the 2020 defense authorization bill, which was passed last week, the news outlet reported.
The amendment from Rep. Christopher Smith, R-N.J., states the Pentagon’s inspector general “shall conduct a review of whether the Department of Defense experimented with ticks and other insects regarding use as a biological weapon between the years of 1950 and 1975.”
According to Roll Call, the amendment is trying to confirm or deny reports Pentagon researchers — at places such as Fort Detrick in Maryland and Plum Island in New York — implanted diseases into insects to learn about the effects of biological weapons, and also looked into using such insects to disseminate biological agents.
President Richard Nixon banned government research into biological weapons in 1969, but research into protecting U.S. military personnel from such agents might have continued, Smith told Roll Call.
“Bitten,” published this year, argues the Defense Department research occurred and hints at a possible connection between the experiments and the spread of maladies such as Lyme disease.
Smith told Roll Call that between 300,000 and 427,000 new cases of Lyme disease occur each year, with further growth expected in the years ahead.
“We need answers and we need them now,” he said. Smith is a co-chairman of the Congressional Lyme Disease Caucus, which advocates for more funding for research.
It is unclear if Congress will send President Donald Trump a defense authorization bill with the weaponized ticks amendment. The Senate has passed its version without any similar provision, and now House and Senate negotiators must reconcile the two bills, Roll Call reported. source
Harvard: North Korea Preparing Smallpox, Plague Attacks
Aside from threatening nuclear war against the United States, North Korea is also suspected of secretly developing a vast biological-weapons program that could unleash fear and death in crowded cities, a Harvard University study warns.
“North Korea is likely to use biological weapons before or at the beginning of a conflict to disrupt society and create panic, incapacitate societies, and/or cause a significant military diversion,” says the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School
The study also warns that North Korea could deliver such weapons in several manners, including janitors.
“It is theoretically possible that North Korean sleeper agents disguised as cleaning and disinfection personnel could disperse BW agents with backpack sprayers,” the Harvard report said.
North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un is believed to be developing biological agents such as anthrax, cholera and smallpox, London’s Daily Mail reported.
The Harvard report also notes that the exact extent of the biological-weapons program is hard to determine because many of the agents also are used in agricultural programs.
The study comes as Kim unleashes threats against the United States almost daily, while Washington prepares to defend against a surprise attack. The U.S. Air Force has put its fleet of B-52 bombers, which can carry nuclear weapons, on 24-hour alert for the first time since the end of the Cold War. source
Brethren, perhaps this is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. What else is happening behind the scenes which will bring about a Global plague?
It is very unpleasant and downright scary to think of such things. We have to remember that the Word of God warns us of perilous times. We have to cling to our Savior. ALL things which are happening, known and unknown, are being used by our God to fulfill Bible prophecy.
It is difficult for me to believe that unbelievers are not in panic mode at this point. They have no hope or meaning in all of this. I believe that they are at a most vulnerable point in their lives.
Let us continue to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, so that some will come into safety – the most important safety, and that is their spiritual well-being.
“And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28).