15 June, 2005

Cambodian Outbreak

I thought you all might be interested in this item on the Beeb a couple months back. Apparently they claim it was spread by a mosquito. While the article does not identify the culprit as Solanum I think we all know the likelihood. It is identified as a parasite (a new strain of Malaria) as opposed to a virus. The claim is that the hearts of the victims actually restart and the reanimation only lasts for a couple hours. The questions are numerous: Is this a true zombie outbreak as the heading on the article claims? If not the issue dies, but if so then what's with the symptoms? Are the Cambodian gov't and possibly the UN (and maybe even Condi Rice) trying to cover up the actual truth of the case and the devastating results of a true Solanum outbreak? Comments?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Jon said...

Strange indeed! For a little more research you may want to read some of Dr. Hugo Pecos' research and testimony. He was the head of the Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency. You can read more about it here.

http://www.fvza.org

One of my favorite cases is this one.

http://www.fvza.org/

8:07 PM, June 15, 2005  
Blogger ApartForHaShem said...

The second link should be as follows.

http://www.fvza.org/collateral2.html

8:08 PM, June 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will seek out these insects. Capture many. Find out how to use the virus they use . Inject it into people. And spread a the zombies! Realize the insects into are corrupt america!

11:50 AM, September 02, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check the date on the article. I admire your vigilance but we must fear panic more than Zs

2:06 AM, April 19, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to all that read this, I'm trying to start a zombie extermanation team ( sort of like the japanese "brotherhood of light") is would save lots of lives. who's in?

5:33 PM, January 19, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would love to be on a zombie extermination team...hit me up if interested...B

3:21 PM, December 02, 2009  

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