It’s already been established that when a mink tests positive, you commit a mink genocide.
An Oregon mink farm has reported an outbreak of COVID-19 among animals and workers.
Oregon Department of Agriculture spokeswoman Andrea Cantu-Schomus declined to say which county the farm is in or how many workers have tested positive, citing federal health privacy rules. The farm has about 12,000 animals, she said.
Outbreaks in farmed mink have been reported in several U.S. states and countries. Earlier this month Denmark announced it would kill all 17 million of the mink raised there after confirmation that 12 people had been infected with a mutated strain of COVID-19 that had spread from mink to humans. That strain has not been found elsewhere.
Oregon has the nation’s fourth-largest farmed mink industry, after Wisconsin, Utah and Michigan. All three of those other states have had outbreaks on mink farms.
The Oregon farmer reported mink with symptoms to ODA on Nov. 19, Cantu-Schomus said.
ODA took samples from 10 of the sick mink, and all came back positive for SARS-CoV-2, the animal virus linked to COVID-19 in humans. Cantu-Schomus was unable to say how many mink were sick, but said the 10 were a sample of the population.
Untold numbers of jobs have already been destroyed by this idiotic coronavirus mink hoax.
As I have documented, the genocide came from the same place as the original coronavirus hoax – the British state university system. When the mink were genocided in Denmark, an official from school demonstrated his absolute and complete disregard for normal people in a bizarre way.
The mink coronavirus has allegedly been found in Denmark, the Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, the Faroe Islands, Russia and the US, though no evidence of the discovery has been offered. Instead of evidence, British scientists involved with this weird situation claim to have uploaded virus sequencing information to Gisaid, a global database, and found matches in the six nations outside of Denmark.
“We knew there were these mink variants in seven countries, but we only had about 20 genomes of each, which is very few. Then last week the Danes uploaded 6,000 genome sequences and with those we were able to identify 300 or more of the mink variant Y453F in viruses having infected humans in Denmark,” University College London (UCL) Genetics Institute director Francois Balloux told The Guardian.
Balloux is calling for a global genocide of mink in response to this, which is widely seen as cruel, alarmist, fanatical, paranoid and deranged.
University College London, which is at the center of this mink coronavirus scandal, is the sister school of Imperial College London, the school which launched the initial coronavirus hoax in the early months of 2020. The predictions made by disgraced ICL professor Neil Ferguson were so wrong that it is difficult for any honest person to believe it was an accident. Ferguson had previously been involved in making outrageous claims about other viruses.
Both UCL and ICL are major recipients of funds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has been the epicenter of the coronavirus “pandemic” hoax. Gates is a ghoulish and bizarre figure who is obsessed with using the coronavirus to force social changes in the West, and is devoted to a kind of endless state of crisis.
Balloux also claimed that even if the mink mutation isn’t a real problem, he believes that mink should be genocided on principle, saying: “The main point here, I think, is that although the mutation might not be scary, there is still very good reason to get rid of the mink reservoir. We just don’t need it.”
This statement shows the total disregard that these virus scientists have for the lives of the normal people they destroy.
We’re supposed to believe that these scientists love us.
Does that make sense?
Frankly, I don’t think they care any more about us than they do about the poor mink.
Editor’s Note: Allegedly, both “mink” and “minks” are grammatically correct plural forms of “mink.” We here at the Daily Stormer feel very strongly that “mink” is the plural form of “mink.” “Minks” would only be used, according to our belief, when referring to more than one article of clothing made of mink fur – “She keeps her safe in her closet, behind her minks.”