James McCumiskey, author of "The Ultimate Conspiracy: The Biomedical Paradigm," is currently in search of scientific proof for the existence of this novel strain of swine flu virus that could cause a global pandemic and has sent the following email to public health officials and media outlets all over the world:
"I got a swine-flu document through the door the other day. I read it carefully. The document assumes that the case for the existence of the swine-flu virus has been proven. I respectfully ask you to identify the scientific publication where some scientist has managed to isolate, biochemically characterise and photograph the swine-flu virus H1N1. In other words I am requesting the scientific proof for the existence of this allegedly pathogenic viruswhich, according to this document, could cause a global pandemic.
"Luc Montagnier (the alleged discoverer of the HIV-virus) admitted in 1997 that the HIV-virus has not been isolated. In other words it has not been proven to exist. Ulla Schmidt the German Health Minister admitted in 2004 that there is no direct proof for the existence of the HIV-virus and that it was determined to exist by the consensus of the experts. What is true for the HIV-virus is also true of the H1N1 / Swine Flu virus.
"Lord Nimmo-Smith, in a famous judgment, said: ‘But however often a conclusion may be repeated, it is only as sound as the research on which it is based, and of this I have seen none.’
"However often scientists deliberately deceive and panic the public about the existence of the H1N1 / Swine Flu virus and the probability of a new flu pandemic, it is irrelevant if you cannot prove the existence of this virus.
"Dr. Stefan Lanka from Klein-Klein-Aktion is offering €10,000 to anyone who is able to produce a scientific paper proving the existence of the H1N1 virus. Please provide Dr. Lanka with the name of the scientific publication proving the existence of this novel swine flu virus."
To date, not one public health official has come forward with the proof of a novel H1N1 swine flu virus and the media is generally uninterested in the fact that proof of a "virus" associated with AIDS and a novel swine flu strain appear to be equally nonexistent.