Swine Flu at Walworth County Fair Grounds
By Dave Warwack on
Strange how we find ourselves (many times unknowingly) embedded in
situations that have worldwide implications. Such is the case with the
Walworth County Fair in Elkhorn, just 10 miles from my house in Williams
Bay in south-eastern Wisconsin. The fair shows off---and sells their
happy meat for slaughter---farm animals raised by 4-H children.
Interspersed between the Kiddieland Pig Races and corn-dog (ground-up
pig penises and anuses) eating, we find large concentrations of humans
milling about barns of housed pigs that farmers wish to unload---amidst
our current Smithfield’s Swine Flu Virus crisis---are up for sale at the
fair’s pig “Meat Animal Sale” auctions.
In 2007, the Walworth County Fair's “Meat Animal Sale” generated
$450,267 for area youths, toppling the 2006 total of $397,376.
"The thing about the meat animal sale is the support this community and
our county has for FFA and 4-H youth. It's unbelievable," said Bob
Handel, fair board vice president.
Spreading misery and death while brain-washing little children and
making money in the process is truly evil shit for sure.
A blast from the past: Those who do not learn from history are condemned
to repeat it.
In September 1988, a swine flu virus killed one woman and infected
others. 32-year old Barbara Ann Wieners was eight months pregnant when
she and her husband, Ed, became ill after visiting the hog barn at the
Walworth County Fair.
Barbara died eight days later, after developing
pneumonia. The only pathogen identified was an H1N1 strain of swine
influenza virus. Doctors were able to induce labor and deliver a healthy
daughter before she died.
Influenza-like illness (ILI) was reportedly widespread among the pigs
exhibited at the fairgrounds. 76% of 25 swine exhibitors aged 9 to 19
tested positive for antibody to SIV. Additional studies suggested
between one and three health care personnel who had contact with the
patient developed mild influenza-like illnesses with antibody evidence
of swine flu infection.
Fast forward to August, 2009 AD: Only change, situation is far worse –
the perfect storm.
Smithfield’s Swine Flu Virus is rampant in the USA where the flu season
will begin soon as children are returning to school. Most flu seasons
die down in the warmer summer months; where as, this nasty bugger is
strengthening while crossing lines from bird to pig to human and back to
pig - mutating each time. Wisconsin currently has the highest number of
reported cases in the USA with over 5,000 cases to date. Can this be in
part due to Wisconsin’s heavy pig farming 4-H culture?
Yes, ramblings of a crazy man for sure. The Walworth County Fair runs
from September 2nd through the 7th, 2009.
And this from the Walworth County Fair in 2005:
Walworth County health officials have identified and linked at
least a dozen cases of salmonella poisoning to the Walworth County
Fair. The outbreak was traced back to the swine barn, said Pat
Grove, health officer with the Walworth County Health and Human
12 people, including one adult and 11 children between ages 4 and 17,
were infected. One victim was hospitalized.
Anti-bacterial hand-washing stations are set up at many of the animal
barn entrances, and signs encourage fairgoers to wash after leaving
Lock up your children - corpse-munchers are everywhere ruining
Home school your vegan child.
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