Is bird flu the next overhyped pandemic? Some experts suspicious of hysteria and coordination.

Media reports are growing more frequent about avian flu (H5N1) and its so-called “preventative vaccines,” leading a number of medical experts and scientists to declare bird flu as the “Disease…

Media reports are growing more frequent about avian flu (H5N1) and its so-called “preventative vaccines,” leading a number of medical experts and scientists to declare bird flu as the “Disease X” that has been foretold as the next great pandemic.

Among them is Dr. Peter McCullough, a cardiologist and pioneer of early treatment for the COVID-19 virus, who warns the “biopharmaceutical complex” should not be able to fool the world again with mandatory controls and vaccines.

The chief scientific officer at the Wellness Company, McCullough appeared as a guest recently on David Gornoski’s A Neighbor’s Choice podcast, where he explained that while “Disease X” is actually “a theoretical disease that people in this biopharmaceutical complex have been writing about for years,” and that mystery ailment now appears to be bird flu.

McCullough explained that some of the same people at the heart of the COVID pandemic are at the center of what’s shaping up to be a bird flu crisis.

Among them, he noted, is British epidemiologist Peter Daszak, the president of EcoHealth Alliance in New York City, who testified before a House panel on May 1 regarding his role in overseeing a research investigation in Wuhan, China, regarding novel coronaviruses.

In an interim report released at the time of the hearing, Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, chairman of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, wrote: 

“It is clear that EcoHealth and its President, Dr. Peter Daszak, acted with contempt for the American people. Further, EcoHealth’s actions were often enabled by the incompetency of the National Institutes of Health and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It is this contempt and incompetence that necessitates both Congressional and Administrative action.”

McCullough pointed out that talk of “Disease X” is approaching fever pitch with fearmongers claiming it will infect all mankind. 

“It’s going to have a high kill rate, some are saying 20 times that of COVID,” he said. 

In January, during the World Economic Forum (WEF), World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus discussed the concept of “Disease X,” explaining it is a “placeholder” for the next big disease facing the world.  

“You may even call COVID as the first ‘Disease X,’ and it may happen again,” anticipated the WHO leader, whose agency recently hastily adopted amendments to its international health regulations, reportedly “behind closed doors,” in advance of the next pandemic. 

Last week, the WHO announced that on May 23, Mexico reported “a confirmed fatal case of human infection with a subtype of avian influenza virus (H5N2) in a 59-year-old man who died in April. 

“This is the first laboratory-confirmed human case of infection with an influenza A(H5N2) virus reported globally,” the WHO statement declared. 

However, a report at TrialSite News revealed the man’s death was “a multi-factorial death, not a death attributable to H5N2,” and a WHO spokesman eventually corrected the information with journalists. Yet “the vast majority of the mainstream media reporting on this death are not updating and correcting the record,” the report said. 

Former government COVID coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx also resurfaced last week during an interview with CNN to recommend rigorous testing for all cows and dairy employees in America to prevent a bird flu crisis. 

“We should be testing every cow, weekly,” Birx asserted, adding, “we could be pool testing every dairy worker.”  

Gain-of-function research on bird flu has been going on “for decades now,” McCullough observed, noting it becomes a problem when it spreads from animals to workers. 

But the three human cases recently discovered in U.S. were “all easily treated,” McCullough said, two of them with pink eye, and one with some respiratory symptoms. Bird flu, he added, is not likely to be much of a threat to humans “unless it starts spreading human to human.” 

“And if it does, believe me, we’re going to nail the gain-of-function guys who’ve been working on this, and the Southeastern Poultry Research Center in Athens, Georgia,” which McCullough said he and others following this development believe is the source of the most recent strain of bird flu.  

The physician explained these researchers made the “mistake” of conducting experiments with mallard ducks, which are migratory waterfowl. Should even one get out, it would “fly everywhere,” he explained. 

McCullough worries about the collaboration among pharmaceutical companies, military-government agencies, global government entities, elite philanthropists, and the media, to gain control of the population and implement a mass vaccination program as was done with COVID. 

McCullough said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) actually licensed a vaccine in 2021, “with no human data, ready to go for bird flu.” 

“They developed it with BARDA, a research unit of the military, in 2021,” he said. “And now the U.S. has purchased, you know, enough doses for millions of administrations. Why would the U.S. military be developing a bird flu vaccine, and why in 2021?” 

McCullough observed that COVID shot manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna are now competing in a federal bid on mRNA shots for bird flu.  

“I’ve got to tell you, bird flu is Disease X because people have an aspiration of mass vaccinating the world again,” he concluded. “COVID wasn’t enough. Now it’s game on Disease X bird flu.”