Can H5N1 combine with H1N1? You bet it can. That’s why reports like this one (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,578294,00.html) about Canadian turkeys with H1N1 should make you sit up and take notice, since turkeys are also prime targets for H5N1 (avian flu). If both infect the same bird, a dangerous molecular dance could take place.
Swine flu is making the world panic, but the true source is not physical but spiritual. The enemy is using these events to confuse Christians and non-Christians alike.
Make sure you don’t have a cold or allergies next time you travel. You might not make it home.
What if the government had the power to enter your home, school, or work place and remove you to a location of their choosing?
Just where did H1N1 Mexico start? Near a little old US-owned pig operation that’s where.
Replikins determined that H1N1, rather than H5N1, would be the disease that kicked off the next global pandemic.