Swine flu virus began life in a lab?
Investigative journalist and RT contributor, Wayne Madsen from Washington, says that the world is actually fighting a man-made tragedy. He says the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was involved in the development of the swine flu virus.
“The 1918 Spanish flu was extracted from the corpse of a dead Aleut woman, who died of the disease in a small village of Alaska, and it was combined with other forms of flu to create this particular H1N1 that was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.”
Madsen points out that, “A company called FluGen, which is associated with this research at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, is now developing a vaccine. I think what we see with Baxter International, FluGen and other companies developing a vaccine when some of these companies were involved in the research of this particular form of flu, so people are a little bit skeptical about the profit motivation here.”