From Lisa Haven. In the US State of Georgia the CDC which remember is a private subsidiary of Big Pharma (not a government agency), is going door to door seeking blood samples from citizens to test for the big CV. You are allowed to refuse of course which I’m sure folk won’t given the state of fear & frenzy we’ve all been pitched into. EWR
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This is a heart rending story. And one where surely insanity prevailed. Where did common sense go?
A Darfield family asked DOC not to take blood from their two 43-year-old kea, Casper and Stumpy. They did – and the birds were found dead less than 24 hours later.
A Darfield family blames the Department of Conservation (DOC) for the death of their beloved kea Casper and Stumpy.
The endangered alpine parrots have been part of Ron Stewart’s family since 1977 – but on Saturday morning he found them dead on the floor of their aviary.
Less than 24 hours earlier, a DOC ranger and veterinarian took blood samples from the birds despite Stewart pleading with them not to.
Kea Casper and Stumpy were found dead in their aviary on Saturday morning less than 24 hours after DOC staff took blood and examined the birds.
DOC staff, “shocked” by the birds’ “unintended and deeply concerning” deaths, returned to uplift them for a necropsy on Monday. They were ordered from the property.
The birds, thought to be about 43 years old, were given to Stewart and his late wife Dawn, an internationally renowned parrot breeder, by DOC’s predecessor, the Wildlife Service, in 1977.
Casper had a head injury and Stumpy’s leg had to be amputated. They were unlikely to survive in the wild.