All of this was not enough for Israel. Its soldiers have been shooting at civilians in the village of Khuza’a, to the east of my city. Unarmed residents, women and children, attempting to flee the flooded town, were driven back for fear of being shot.
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As cruel and inhumane as they were to various demographics and their own populations, today's technology in the hands of such tyrants would have yielded much more savagery, without question.
One such political observer - Britain's Tom Stoppard, who has signed on to a letter demanding an international bill of digital rights - says the systems in use today to spy on citizens everywhere would have been the envy of such dictatorial men and governments.
Two of the patients subsequently tested positive on a third party PCR test and samples from the other six patients were sent to the CDC for re-testing. In addition, other patients, who had died last month were also H1N1pdm09 confirmed, suggesting that false negatives in H1N1pdm09 cases were common.
In Harris County, hospital emergency room visits for flu-like symptoms are at a five-year high.
The above comments indicate there will be an explosion of H1N1pdm09 deaths the Houston area in the upcoming weeks. Focus on severe flu was initiated by the 8 cases at the Conroe Regional Medical Center in Montgomery County (see map). These cases had textbook swine flu symptoms, but tested negative on a rapid test, which has an extremely low sensitivity for H1N1pdm09. Two cases have been confirmed using a more sensitive PCR test administered by an independent agency and the remaining cases are being re-tested by the CDC. Swine flu accounts for almost all of the influenza being reported in Texas and nationwide, so physicians in Texas have been told to assume symptomatic cases are H1N1pdm09 infected, even if the rapid test is negative.