The agencies that are managing the current swine flu plan-demic are promoting the program of One Medicine: the merging of human and veterinary treatment protocols for “integrating control of disease…in a quest for more knowledge in management of populations.” [quoted here, http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/mpvm/newsletter.pdf] One world, one system, and One Medicine.
With this view in mind, the swine flu pandemic is an opportunity to test the current status of the human population for genetic modifications already accomplished over decades of inoculations and treatment with animal-based DNA products. Statistics provided so far from military flu surveillance and the outbreak in Mexico are showing that approx. one-third of younger people (under age 40) in North America carry the zoonotic AH1N1 flu genes, that manifest in the case of illness. I can only speculate at this point what the true intentions of differentiated batches of vaccines are meant to do, but it does seem clear that One Medicine seeks to adapt the coming generations to universalized protocols.
At the other end of this spectrum are the genetically modified animals such as these dairy goats developed at the University of California at Davis –GMO goats, http://www.ucdavis.edu/spotlight/0609/better_milk/index.html?homeflash=true, modified with human genes to give human qualities to their milk. The soft-sell is always about the usefulness of these “agricultural products” (goats) in solving human problems. The reality is that forced genetic modification is dissolving important species barriers, and human beings themselves will simply become two-legged livestock.
As if this is not spooky enough, a news story today (video found here, http://gmy.news.yahoo.com/) titled “Expecting two, but not twins” reports that a human mother is having a ‘rare’ multiple pregnancy “like animals have”. According to this report, only 10 such pregnancies in humans have ever been recorded. This story, in symbol if not in substance, reminds me where this is going…..