5 More deadly diseases reported across the globe

The world is still reeling from the widespread impact of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, but it looks like things will continue to get worse before it gets any better. Various reports suggest that other diseases like Ebola and hepatitis are now spreading rapidly in many countries. Despite the advanced technology at the world’s disposal, humans are still … Continue reading 5 More deadly diseases reported across the globe

Globalists want to depopulate not just humans but also animals and plant life

Now that most people are worn out on the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic narrative, the powers that be are shifting focus to the next phase of their depopulation agenda: the plants. If the media is to be believed, there is now a “bird flu” outbreak affecting a number of American states, as well as other countries. We are told … Continue reading Globalists want to depopulate not just humans but also animals and plant life

Government says “bird flu” responsible for rising egg prices

More than 17 million poultry birds, including chickens and turkeys, have died in recent months, supposedly due to a new wave of avian flu. And in the aftermath, egg prices are rising in some areas. According to reports, egg prices recently reached their highest point since the beginning of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, with shell prices rising … Continue reading Government says “bird flu” responsible for rising egg prices

US government diagnosing chickens with bird flu using fraudulent PCR tests, then slaughtering them

There is another engineered plandemic taking place, this time against U.S. poultry. According to the government, avian flu, or bird flu, is sweeping across chicken and turkey farms, which means officials must slaughter these birds in order to keep people from eating their meat and eggs – even though cooked meat and eggs are admittedly safe for consumption. … Continue reading US government diagnosing chickens with bird flu using fraudulent PCR tests, then slaughtering them

No time for “fowl” play: 5 Strategies to protect your chickens from avian flu

The most severe outbreak of the avian influenza – commonly known as bird flu – in the U.S. happened in 2015. The occurrence triggered a wave of alarm for both consumers and poultry farmers. Since then, the price of eggs alone has increased by 58 percent, and grocery stores and restaurants have increased the cost of … Continue reading No time for “fowl” play: 5 Strategies to protect your chickens from avian flu